I have made this exact point on numerous occasions, especially during Holocaust remembrance events over the years.
You can’t expect me to take any politician or human rights activist seriously who sheds a tear once a year on Holocaust remembrance day, while they seek to flood the European continent with Jew hating Muslims (ADL), and demonize the only Jewish state in the world 364 day out of the year.
Paris – In an interview on French TV, Karl Lagerfeld said that
“Even if there are decades in between – you can’t kill millions of Jews, and then later bring millions of their worst enemies into the country.”
He suspected that Merkel probably wanted to improve her “image as a wicked stepmother” dating from the Greek government debt crisis.
The interviewer wanted to know if Lagerfeld thought that Merkel wanted to excuse her actions in the Greek crisis by taking in so many refugees. And if she wanted to show that Germany, after what had happened in the Second World War, finally now was a welcoming country.
“Yes, but I will now say something terrible: You can’t, even if there are decades in between, kill millions of Jews, and then later bring millions of their worst enemies into the country.”
He illustrated his assessment with a personal experience:
“I know a German lady, who took in a young Syrian, who spoke a bit of English. After four days – do you know what he said to the lady? ‘The best invention that Germany ever made was the Holocaust!’ I can tell you that one moment later, he found himself out on the street. What a horror!”