Germany invited this type of mockery by their actions over the past couple of decades…
The problem is, up until a little while ago Hezbollah had free reign to carry out its anti-Jewish/Israel campaigning in Germany. If not for (then) Amb. Grenell applying pressure on the Merkel government, Germany would still be comfortable with these Islamonazis in their midst.
Ayatollah’s Unhinged Jew-Hatred Mocking Germany’s ‘Never Again’ Pledge
German leaders are unmatched in the eloquence with which they commemorate 6 million dead Jews but that strong voice is mostly absent when threats are made against the more than 6 million Jews living today in Israel
I was present in Jerusalem this January when leaders from the four corners of the earth gathered at Yad Vashem to mark the 75th anniversary of the liberation of the Auschwitz-Birkenau death camp. There were many important and moving speeches, none more moving than the emotional one delivered by German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier.
He admitted that his nation had not fully learned the lessons of the Holocaust, even as Jew-hatred was still growing.
Steinmeier reiterated that Germany assumed full responsibility for the Nazi genocide of the Jewish people.
“The industrial mass murder of 6 million Jews, the worst crime in humanity, was committed by my country. The terrible war, which cost over 50 million lives, originated in my country.”
“The Eternal Flame at Yad Vashem does not go out. Germany’s responsibility does not expire. We want to live up to our responsibility. By this, you should measure us. … Seventy-five years after the liberation of Auschwitz, I stand here as the president of Germany, laden with guilt,” the German head of state declared, before ending his dramatic speech with a recitation of the Shehecheyanu blessing in perfect Hebrew.
That same week, Heiko Maas, Germany’s foreign minister who has said he entered politics because of Auschwitz, wrote these words in a stirring op-ed in Der Spiegel:
“Policymakers need to take more resolute action in the fight against anti-Semitism … that we are serious when we say now, 75 years after the liberation of Auschwitz: Never again!”
Indeed, one would be hard put to match the eloquence of German leaders when talking about remembering 6 million dead Jews.
The problem, however, is that this strong voice is mostly absent when there are threats made against the more than 6 million Jews living today in Israel.
For years now, the Iranian regime’s supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, has called Israel a cancer, a tumor that must be removed. Its main terrorist lackey, Hizbullah, has brought Lebanon to the brink of economic ruin yet it continues unabated to expand its bellicose and lethal threats against the Jewish state in Lebanon and Syria, in close conjunction with Iran’s Revolutionary Guard. Iran continues its financial and tactical support for genocidal Hamas.
The Iranian regime deploys a full range of its state institutions, including state-run media, to deny the Nazi Holocaust and denigrate the victims of the Shoah while it casts Israel as latter-day Nazis.
In July 2018, Austria’s young chancellor, Sebastian Kurz, during a press conference in Vienna with Iranian President Hassan Rouhani, defended Israel and denounced the regime’s Holocaust denial.
Not Germany’s Chancellor Angela Merkel. Despite it all, it has been an uphill struggle to get Germany’s elite to ever condemn the open sewage of Jew-hatred spilling from the mullahcracy. For years, the Simon Wiesenthal Center and others had pressed Berlin to at least shut down Hizbullah’s terroristic and anti-Semitic hate-mongering within Germany. That was finally achieved recently, primarily through the indefatigable pressure of US Ambassador Richard Grenell.