Jews in Britain who claim to be refugees from Nazi Germany are actively involved in bringing nonwhite invaders in the Calais Jungle over to the U.K., controlled media reports have revealed.
According to the far left Guardian newspaper, Jews who came over to Britain during the so-called Kinder-transport program are “raising funds” to help the “unaccompanied refugee children” in Calais enter the U.K.
The Guardian report said that “Britain’s Jewish community is raising funding to evacuate at least 120 child refugees identified as having the legal right to be reunited with their families in the U.K. but who remain trapped in northern France.”
According to the report, “Campaigners said their predecessors had relied on Britain’s generosity to flee the Nazis and that a sense of gratitude had motivated them to help vulnerable unaccompanied child refugees, many of whom are fleeing persecution.”
Rabbi Jonathan Wittenberg, whose parents claimed to have fled Nazi-occupied Europe and who has been instrumental in galvanizing support for modern “child refugees,” was quoted as saying, “Both my parents were refugees at the age of 16: both fled Germany.”
His 93-year-old mother, Isca Salzberger-Wittenberg, who arrived in the UK months before the Second World War began, said: “I owe my survival to the generosity of those who gave the financial guarantees for me and my family to escape to Britain. I feel deeply concerned about refugees now, especially the children and young people.”
Within the Jungle camp in Calais, around 220 invaders pretending to be “unaccompanied children” have been identified as having the “legal right” to be reunited with families in the U.K.
Britain’s Jewish community now hopes to raise enough to “rescue” them all, and bring them to the U.K., the newspaper said.
Their campaign, launched last Sunday on Facebook, has raised more than £50,000, with £15,000 more pledged. The overall cost per invader for the “legal process, transport and support requirements” is £2,000.
The Jews are “confident they can raise the required amount,” with one of the organizers, Jude Oppenheimer from Finchley, north London, saying that the “response from the Jewish community had been instant and unequivocal, with an initial proposal to raise money sent to her extended family raising £2,000 in five minutes.”
Oppenheimer said: “My great uncle and aunt were refugees in 1934 from Germany and my father came over to Britain after the Holocaust.
“So many have built a great life, amazing families and careers but for our parents and grandparents who came over as refugees it was Britain that gave them that opportunity and that made all the difference. It really does resonate.”
- This Jewish demand that European nations take in all manner of Third World invaders is in strong contrast to the behavior of their own country, Israel, which actively expels all invaders and refuses to take in a single “refugee” from Syria or anywhere else.