And their socialist counterparts are no different.
One important thing to learn from this, regardless of all the movies, documentaries and books, to lectures in the halls of academia, and the many museums dedicated to teaching each new generation of the horrors National Socialism brought upon the Jews and other minority groups during the 30’s and WWII, Europe always finds a way to indoctrinate itself with Jew hatred.
NOTE: Europeans murder 6 million plus Jews, then import tens of millions of antisemitic Muslims from Middle Eastern states where hatred of the Jew is instilled from the very moment they take their first breath and draw their first taste of breast milk.
H/T: Ingrid Carlqvist
A neo-Nazi gesture, regarded by anti-Semitism researchers as a modern day Nazi salute, is rapidly spreading among anti-Semites in Europe and is being used by individuals to fly under the radar of strict anti-hate speech laws in parts of the continent.
The “quenellle” signal, extending one’s right hand toward the ground while the left hand grasps the shoulder, was devised by Dieudonné M’bala M’bala, a controversial French comedian who has been condemned in court several times for anti-Semitic remarks.
Over the past two months, the trend has gained popularity, prompting hundreds of Europeans to post online pictures of themselves performing the “heil” like salute. Many of the images were taken at sensitive sites such as in the Auschwitz concentration camp, the Anne Frank House and even the Western Wall.
In September, two French soldiers were punished for using the signal.
The phenomenon was addressed at length during a World Zionist Organization conference which took place earlier this week in New York, where key speakers warned of the rise in anti-Semitic activity throughout Europe.
“It is gaining more and more momentum, is very pervasive on the internet and social networks and is increasingly becoming a symbol of the Nazi regime, and does not look like a passing phenomenon,” Yaakov Hagouel, the Head of the World Zionist Organization’s Department for Combating Antisemitism and the conference organizer, told Hebrew website Ynet.
“The message is simple,” Hagouel said during the conference. “If we put down our head, they will strike our head. I call on the US Jewish community leaders, of all denominations, and on leaders worldwide to join us in this important struggle. We have no other nation, we must put an end to anti-Semitism.”