The Jews-only ethnostate of Israel has formally announced a boycott of the new Austrian government, even though the Jewish state’s racially-based immigration, refugee, citizenship and marriage policies are far to the right of the Freedom Party of Austria (FPÖ), and have their direct roots in the Nazi Nuremburg Laws of 1936.
According to a report in the Israeli Haaretz newspaper, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who also holds the foreign affairs portfolio, said on Monday this week that Israel will boycott Austria’s “far-right” ministers, instructing Israeli ministers to work only with lower-ranking officials.
A statement released Monday at the close of discussions between the Foreign Ministry and Prime Minister’s Office said that “Israel will conduct working relations with civil servants in the ministries now led by Freedom Party ministers,” but apparently not with the ministers themselves.
The statement added that Netanyahu “has a direct line of communication with the Austrian chancellor-elect,” and that he has instructed Yuval Rotem, director general of the Foreign Ministry, to craft an official stance on how Israel will conduct its relationship with the new Austrian government.
In recent years, Strache has tried to portray himself as a friend of Israel. He has promised to move Austria’s embassy to Jerusalem and has supported Israel’s construction of settlements in the West Bank.
Strache has also visited Israel at least three times in recent years, meeting with senior members of Netanyahu’s Likud party and touring the Yad Vashem Holocaust memorial and museum. But on his most recent visit last year, former President Shimon Peres refused to meet with him, on the recommendation of the Foreign Ministry.
All this craven behavior is apparently still not good enough, however.
According to a report in the Jerusalem Post, Ronald Lauder, president of the World Jewish Congress – which was among Jewish groups that had called on Kurz not to include the FPÖ in his government – was vocal in his concern over the new coalition.
“The FPÖ is a far-right party whose members have in the past expressed xenophobic and antisemitic sentiments. Yet it has now been charged with overseeing the interior, defense, and foreign ministries, three of the most important and powerful fields of government,” Lauder continued. “We have heard promises since the election that FPÖ has softened its policies, but this will remain rhetoric until actual proof of this is shown.”
The European Jewish Congress echoed this sentiment. “The FPÖ has a long history of antisemitism and xenophobia and we are concerned about the fact that they will control government ministries in the new Austrian Government,” Dr. Moshe Kantor, president of the EJC, said Monday.
“The Freedom Party can not use the Jewish community as a fig leaf and must show tolerance and acceptance towards all communities and minorities,” Kantor added.
In an email sent after the elections, Oskar Deutsch, president of the Jewish Communities of Austria, wrote that the Jewish community, as well as the World Jewish Congress and the European Jewish Congress, called on Kurz not to include the FPÖ in the next government because “many representatives of the FPÖ,” including Strache, have “used antisemitic codes, made extreme right-wing statements and have promoted hatred and racism,” including during the recent electoral campaign.
The Board of Deputies of British Jews also expressed “deep concern” on Monday over the coalition agreement.
The board’s senior vice president Richard Verber said: “The far Right brought unprecedented misery on Austria and other European countries in the past. It is up to all European countries, including the new government of Austria, to make sure it does not do so again in the future.”
The hypocrisy of these Jewish groups is staggering.
As revealed in the Jewish YNet News service, Israel’s own immigration policy is racially-based—and founded directly on the Nazi Nuremburg race laws of 1936.
In addition, it is illegal for Jews to marry non-Jews in Israel, and the Jewish state refuses to accept any “refugees,” and has even recently announced plans to deport at least 40,000 African invaders who slipped into that country before Israel’s border walls were built to stop that invasion.
For Israel—and all these international Jewish groups to now condemn Austria for merely wanting to crack down on illegal immigration—demonstrates their hypocrisy and the fact that the policies which they seek to impose upon white nations—multi-racialism and Third World immigration—they know are harmful and specifically outlaw in their own state, Israel.
It is one law for the Jews, and another law for the white people of the world—and anyone who points this out is “far right” or a “Nazi.”