President of the European Jewish Congress (EJC) Moshe Kantor has slammed everyone who opposes the overrunning of Europe by nonwhite invaders as promotors of “hatred and intolerance.”
Kantor specifically listed Germany’s AfD, Slovakia’s People’s Party, Hungary’s Jobbik, Greece’s Golden Dawn, France’s Front National—and America’s Donald Trump.
Writing in an opinion piece for Newsweek magazine titled “The rise of Europe’s far-right threatens peace on the continent. Just ask the Jews,” Kantor said that his co-religionists were watching the “far right” with “trepidation.”
Kantor, whose EJC is the officially-elected representative body of all Jews in Europe, said that the March 13 gains by the “anti-immigration party Alternative for Germany mark[ed] a dangerous development in European politics.”
The AfD wins, he wrote, were “not an isolated incident.”
Earlier this month, the far-right People’s Party made striking electoral gains in Slovakia, and around Europe neo-fascist parties like Jobbik in Hungary, Golden Dawn in Greece, and Marie Le Pen’s Front National in France are gaining in popularity.
Kantor went on to say that although the AfD was not going to enter government in Germany, “the lurch to the far-right does promote the fragmentation and polarization of a political landscape that is critical to the stability of the continent on the whole.”
According to Kantor, the “national debate is undoubtedly being pulled to the right, and the German agenda is being refocused on divisive policies that only serve to promote hatred and intolerance.”
He then goes on to say that this is not “just a European phenomenon; indeed, the US seems to be falling prey to similar worrying tendencies.”
With the fear-mongering, xenophobic rhetoric of Donald Trump seeing him lead the Republican nomination, to the extreme right-wing sentiments that allowed Marine Le Pen to dominate France’s regional elections in 2015, it may not come as a surprise that other electorates are following suit.
This “major shift,” Kantor continues, “marks a worrying break from the postwar Europe we [the Jews] fought so hard to build.”
Of course, Kantor and the EJP support the state of Israel, which rigorously enforces all the policies which Kantor and his fellow Jews all claim to oppose—but only in Europe.
In Kantor-supported Israel:
For Kantor—or any Israel-supporting Jew, anywhere—to dismiss as “haters” any white person who wishes to preserve European identity, is to engage in shocking hypocrisy.
They support Nazi-like policies in Israel designed to ensure the maintenance of Jewish identity, but fanatically oppose any European who wants to halt immigration and maintain European identity.
This hypocrisy cannot be accidental. It is too blatant, and must be deliberate.
* Kantor is not the first major Jewish leader to come out in support of the nonwhite invasion of Europe. Both Ronald S. Lauder, president of the World Jewish Congress (WJC), and Dr. Josef Schuster, president of the Central Council of Jews in Germany, earlier issued a statement welcoming the nonwhite invasion of Germany, calling it the “right thing” and an “evolution toward an open society.”