Israel and Jews in Austria have—hypocritically—set out a “road map” for Heinz Christian-Strache’s Freedom Party (FPÖ) to follow if they want “normal” relations with the “Jewish community.”
The Jews are demanding that Strache “cleanse” his party—something which the FPÖ leader has agreed to do, even though his policies are nowhere near as racially-based as Israel’s laws are.
According to a report in the Israeli Hebrew-language NRG newspaper, the “breakthrough in relations between the Jewish community in Austria and the Freedom Party” has come after “decades of separation.”
The report said that the two sides had agreed to draft a “road map” that “will lead to the normalization of relations.”
The NRG said that this will have “significant implications for Israel’s relations with Strache’s party, because until now, [the Israeli] Ministry of Foreign Affairs has refrained from speaking to the Freedom Party because the Jewish community has objected.”
Interviewed by NRG, Austrian Jewish “Community President” Oscar Deutsch and former President Ariel Muzicant, both agreed to the idea.
“If the head of the Freedom Party, Christian-Strache wants to get the Jewish people’s seal of approval, and that of Israel, he must prove that he has completely shaken all those in his party who hold anti-Semitic and neo-Nazis opinions,” Deutsch said.
“This is not something that can be done in a week or two, but a process that lasts for years, as happened with Italy Gianfranco Fini,” Deutsch continued, referring to the Italian politician whose original party, the MSI, was the postwar iteration of the Fascist party of World War II.
“Israelis need to be patient and go out of their way every time Strache says something positive,” Musicant added.
For his part, Strache told NRG that he did not know what such as “road map would include,” but that he was “in principle ready to cooperate with it.”
“I’m always open for talks and wish to negotiate,” he told NRG. “I would like to see what constitutes a road map and what is required from the party, but in principle I am ready,” Strache said, adding that he had already removed from the party any activist who expressed “anti-Semitic or racist attitudes.”
NRG also quoted Strache as confirming that he stood behind all pro-Israeli positions, including “total opposition to any kind of boycott of Israel” and the marking of products manufactured in the illegal Jewish settlements in the occupied West Bank—which the NRG referred to as the areas of “Judea and Samaria.”
The marking of these products and a boycott of Israel was “reminiscent of dark days,” Strache said.
He went on to criticize the Socialist Party mayor of Vienna, Michael Häupl, who recently visited Iran while the recent “holocaust cartoon” convention took place.
In response to questions, Häupl said that the “Israeli issue was not on the agenda of his visit in Tehran.
Strache told NRG that the Israeli issue “should have been discussed, along with holocaust denial.”
The hypocrisy of the matter is clear: Israel has racially-based immigration laws, tests potential immigrants by DNA to make sure they are Jewish, outlaws marriage between Jews and non-Jews, refuses to accept “refugees” of any sort, and has the most racist set of laws on the books of any nation on earth.
Even the Israeli citizenship law, and its “Law of Return,” is based upon the Nazi Nuremberg Laws—as openly admitted by the Israeli Supreme Court.
All of these laws and strictures have been put into place to ensure that Israel remains Jewish, both genetically and culturally.
In spite of this, the Jews routinely attack any European party which asks for that same right—the right to retain their genetic and cultural unity—as “Nazi” and demands that they distance themselves from any such idea.
To put this into perspective: it would be like Austria passing a law forbidding marriages between Austrians and Jews, and then demanding that Israeli political parties make moves to get the “Austrian peoples’ seal of approval.”
It is the typical double standard: one rule for the Jews, and another for the Gentiles—and all Gentiles must submit to the Jews to “get their seal of approval.”