April 2, 2007, - 4:24 pm
By Debbie Schlussel
Citing UK teachers’ outrageous and disgusting decision to censor the Holocaust from school curricula to appease “offended” Muslims (call it ethnic cleansing on behalf of Muslims), the always sharp La Shawn Barber asked me:
Do you know if anything like that is happening in the US, Michigan especially?
Here is my response to La Shawn:
Here in Michigan (and throughout the U.S.), Muslims pretend to embrace the Holocaust to put up the ruse that they are not anti-Semitic. In fact, they often mention the Holocaust to attack Israel and compare it to the Nazis.
I know they are lying about their (feigned) concern for the Holocaust, and I frequently get hate-mail, including from prominent Muslims here in town (like Lola Elzein), denying the Holocaust (and other prominent Muslims refuse to disavow it). The Muslims here in the U.S. are much smarter PR-wise‚Äîor find it necessary to be so, because they have not yet reached the critical mass that they have in Britain.
But in time, it’s coming here. Get ready.
As La Shawn’s question implies, no the Muslims in the U.S. are–contrary to popular myth–no less extremist or any more moderate than their Eurofascist brethren. They just haven’t reached the level of population (yet) to exert the same extremist demands.
But they will. And we’d better be prepared. Following Britain’s road paved with capitulation will be our death.
My grandmother was forced to wear the yellow star (the least of the Nazi horrors that happened to my grandparents). Will I soon have to? Don’t bet against it.
Reader Ari writes:
The badges the nazis made the Jews wear. They were originally a MOSLEM invention (from the Middle Ages).
Read La Shawn’s entry on this very important news story.
(This is a photo of my grandmother and her friends, before they were either sent to their deaths, to Bergen Belsen concentration camp, or to some other horrible fate. As you can see, they were forced to wear the yellow stars and, expectedly, none of them are smiling. They were slave labor seamstresses, forced to sew and repair Nazi uniforms and clothes (as well as clothes of dead Jews, to be reused by live Germans). Then, they were sent to the camps. (My grandmother is third from the left, middle row.))
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