Europe’s Self Awareness: Creeping Nazism ‘Quietly’ Seizing Power

posted by Dr. Jael Ever @ 9:00 AM
May 14, 2012

       A tittering economy is only part of the reason, but the desire to be cleansed of the threat of ‘difference’ is dominant:  Citizens in European nations now openly profess that they prefer not to have Muslims, Jews or others, outside of their own national ethnic identities, living within their borders.  Political leaders even say so in media publications from time to time.

For instance, Frits Bolkestein, former  leader of the Liberal Party in the Netherlands advised:  “recognizable Jews, orthodox Jews, that their children should emigrate from the Netherlands to Israel or the United States. I see no future for them here because of anti-Semitism, above all among the Moroccan Dutch, whose numbers continue to grow.”

It is astounding that a prominent national leader feels free to make such a statement in a country which some 75 years ago allowed Nazi hatred to wipe out its entire population of 150,000 Jews during Hitler’s reign.

Europe’s response to shocked Americans is that the U.S. only has a one percent Muslim population, while some 30 million Muslims are in Europe making up at least four percent of that population.

Moreover, State Watch, Reporters Without Borders, Migreurop, European Alternatives and other information-seeking groups in Europe push back against government officials who want to quietly cover-up anti-immigrant policies.

In a brilliant piece of under-cover journalism, “Visits Campaign:  Obstacles to the Right to Know,” exposed startling truth about ‘prison’ camps in Europe for unwelcomed foreigners:

“The reality of administrative detention of foreigners, a familiar instrument of European migration policies, is hidden from civil society and to the media. Such secrecy makes abuses and attacks on human rights both more likely and harder to combat.  European citizens have the right to know the consequences of the policies which are put in place in their names.”

In spite of stealthy resistance from official channels that are determined “to keep these centers invisible and inaccessible,” the group visited 14 migrant detention camps in Spain, Italy, France, Bulgaria, Mauritania, Serbia and Croatia.

We will report on their findings in the next blog.  Hitlerian Nazism is aggressively rising in Europe, and the resulting conflicts, along with significant economic declines, now catapult the world quickly towards World War III.

Students of cultural studies war history should not deny the signs.  As Proverbs 29:18 says, “Where there is no vision, the people perish.”  To blindly ignore barbaric hatred repeating past history is the ultimate death of civilizations.
And so . . . what about migrant camps in the good old U.S.A.?

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