The Uprooted - A Hitler Legacy




a demonstrator outside the US naval academy on Tuesday in Annapolis, Maryland, where the middle east peace conference is taking place. - AFP pic
no Jews allowed!
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On page 119 of the book Uprooted: A HITLER LEGACY: VOICES OF THOSE WHO ESCAPED BEFORE "FINAL SOLUTION" we find this passage:

Meir, at nineteen, had been searching desperately for a way to leave Vienna, legally or illegally. His rounds of Consulates had been fruitless. Therefore, he was doubly impressed by a large sign posted on a street corner: 'Jews, go to Palestine'.

And from Images of Europe: An Israeli Perspective by Dr. Fania Oz-Salzberger, Senior Lecturer in History, University of Haifa, Israel - in a paper presented at the European Commission conference, 'Intercultural Dialogue', Brussels, 20-21 Mar 2002:

Funny people, the Europeans, my paternal grandfather used to joke. When I left it in 1937, there was graffiti on the walls everywhere: 'Jews, go to Palestine'. And now when I visit a European capital, the graffiti says 'Jews, get out of Palestine'. Have they no memory, the Europeans?


So if everyone was asking them to go why didn't the Jews simply leave Germany and Austria and go to Palestine? Well simply, Palestine was closed to the Jews by the British. As for other countries to escape to, the Allies at the Evian Conference refused to open the doors of their respective countries to Jewish refugees consigning them instead to Nazi prison camps. In response, Chaim Weizmann was quoted in The Manchester Guardian as saying: "The world seemed to be divided into two parts - those places where the Jews could not live and those where they could not enter." [Wiki]

Photo Caption: "A demonstrator outside the US naval academy on Tuesday in Annapolis, Maryland, where the middle east peace conference is taking place.

After a few more years of mistreating Jews and getting little complaint from the rest of the world, the Nazis in 1942 convened a conference at an estate in Wansee, a suburb of Berlin, where it was decided to systematically annihilate the entire Jewish population of Nazi-occupied Europe.

OK, so now that leftists in Europe are asking Jews to get out of Palestine, will they let them come into Europe? Hardly. Although there has always existed a certain amount of antisemitism in Europe, now with the increased number of Muslim immigrants there is a corresponding rise of attacks against Jews.

BBC News,
31 Mar 2004,
antisemitism 'on rise in Europe'

EUMC director Beatte Winkler said: "It is clear that antisemitism manifests itself with greater strength in some countries than in others, and where relatively reliable statistics are kept, there is evidence of an increase in the regularity of these incidents over the past two or three years.

"Such a conclusion is reached in the case of Belgium, Germany, France, the Netherlands and the UK."


Inviting the wrath of their co-religionists, young American Jews stage a die-in in front of the Boston train station.
Inviting the wrath of their co-religionists,
young American Jews stage a die-in in
front of the Boston train station.
Flickr-User: o_matty.
Hmmmm, the countries with the largest Muslim populations have the greatest anti-Semitic incidences. Coincidence?

ynet news,
15 Apr 2007,
Attacks against Jews double in 2006 report reveals

The number of anti-Semitic acts around the world, especially in Europe, registered a large increase during 2006.


Europe's new slogan: Leave Palestine but don't come here.

There are even Jews who want Jews to leave Palestine - what is a Jew to do? Just die, I suppose.



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