January 27, 2010, - 12:26 pm
As I’ve always said–repeatedly on this site and elsewhere–I don’t care what you think about the dead Jews from almost 70 years ago, if you are persecuting and hurting the live Jews of today.
Anti-Israel Obama’s Holocaust Talk is Empty Rhetoric
And that’s my sentiment regarding the video President Barack Hussein Obama made today for the ceremony commemorating the 65th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camps from the Nazis by the Soviet Army. (The transcript is here and the video has yet to be posted on the White House site.) Yes, 65 years ago today (January 27, 1945), the Jews and other inmates who were still alive were liberated from Auschwitz, and there are ceremonies in Europe–now in need of liberation from the new Nazis of Islam–to mark it.
The horrors that went on at Auschwitz are unspeakable and extremely tragic, and it’s nice that American Presidents–Democrat and Republican alike–send out messages and speechify about what happened at these camps, of which my grandparents were survivors and where my own mother was born. But they can–as Barack Obama did today–quote Elie Wiesel (another guy who made his living on dead Jews, but doesn’t really care much about the live ones in Israel) all he wants. It makes no difference, as he sends George Mitchell to press the descendants of survivors of Auschwitz and other Jewish tragedies to give up their homes to Islamic terrorists who’ve repeatedly targeted them for elimination in a way not much different than the Nazis.
It’s hard to read this comment from Obama, with a straight face, as he concurrently tries to amputate Israel beyond survival to please his late father’s savage co-religionists around the world, the same savages who mass-murdered nearly 3,000 Americans and just tried to undiebomb 300 more:
Every day that you have lived, every child and grandchild that your families have brought into the world with love, every day the sun rises on the Jewish state of Israel—that is the ultimate rebuke to the ignorance and hatred of this place.
It’s like Obama is Steven Spielberg as President. He rides on the coattails of the closing scene of “Schindler’s List,” with the Jews Oskar Schindler saved walking in Israel, just as he makes “Munich,” and shows us his view that it’s pointless to pursue Islamic terrorists and we should make “peace with” and bow down to them, instead.
Again, like I’ve always said (and a woman whose name rhymes with Scamela has now cribbed it from me), I don’t care about your concern for the dead Jews from decades ago, if you don’t give a damn about the live ones.
I’m glad Auschwitz-Birkenau was liberated 65 years ago today. If only the American conventional political class mindset about constantly salving and acquiescing to terrorists was finally liberated 65 years later.
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