Thursday, October 22, 2015

Netanyahu: Palestinians Opposed Mass Migration of Jews to Palestine, So Now We're Here Over Their Objection We`re Justified in Treating Them Like Dogs

Before WWII, the Jews were intent on creating a Jewish homeland in Palestine.

Hitler proposed expelling Europe`s Jews to Palestine.

The Palestinians objected, realizing full well that if Europe`s six million Jews migrated to their country it would be very bad news for them.

Understandably, therefore, when consulted by Hitler, the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem, Haj Amin al-Husseini, speaking on behalf of Palestine`s mainly Muslim and Christian population opposed Hitler`s plan.

Netanyahu now claims that Hitler not only accepted the Grand Mufti`s rejection of his plan for the expulsion of Europe's Jews to Palestine, but was persuaded by the Palestinian leader to exterminate the European Jews instead.

That`s really cool because it means that since the native Palestinians opposed their own destruction by immigrant Jews, Jews are now justified in their discriminatory treatment of Palestinian Arabs within Israel and in their ongoing, slo-mo ethnic cleansing and slaughter of indigenous Palestinians within the occupied territories.

This should, but won't, serve as a warning to the European people, inundated by immigrants from Syria and the rest of the Third World. Those in Europe who oppose this flood are already branded as racists, xenophobes and bigots. Once the immigrants are the majority, this European opposition to self-destruction will not be forgotten. On the contrary, the "racism" of the indigenous Europeans who opposed their own cultural and racial decimation will be proclaimed as the justification for their total oppression and ultimate racial elimination.


Information Clearing House: Israeli Rabbis Call Killing Palestinians “a Religious Duty”
CanSpeccy: Universal genocide and the New World Order
972 Mag: Israeli memes mock Netanyahu's Hitler revisionism
Telegraph: Netanyahu causes uproar by blaming Palestinians for Holocaust

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