“We are so used to Jews being killed because they are Jewish,” wrote Gerard Biard, the editor of the notoriously Islamophobic Charlie Hebdo in an editorial marking the date one year after the Paris attacks on Charlie Hebdo and a kosher supermarket.
“This is an error, and not just on a human level,” Biard continued, “Because it’s the executioner who decides who is Jewish. November 13 was the proof of that. On that day, the executioner showed us that he had decided we were all Jewish.”
Is it true that we are ‘so used’ to ‘Jews being killed for being Jews?’ On the contrary, in the West, killing Jews is the ultimate crime; slaughtering Muslims and Arabs en masse has become the norm.
And was it really the ‘executioner’ who determined who was a Jew? Not really, it is more likely Bernard-Henri Lévy, the leading French Zioncon enthusiast, who bragged on French TV that as a Jew he liberated Libya, and who made the French into a Zionist mercenary force, at least in the eyes of many Arabs and Muslims.
In a unifying attempt to pour oil onto the fire Roger Cukierman, another notorious Ziocon as well as the president of the French Jewish Lobby(CRIF), likened the situation in France to that of the Second World War. “First the Nazis attacked the Jews before attacking everyone else,” said Cukierman.
As if current world affairs weren’t volatile enough, Cukierman is enthusiastically pushing further global escalation. Cukierman’s logic is transparent. If ‘Muslims’ = ‘Nazis’ and ‘Jews’ = the rest of us, we better destroy the Muslims before it’s too late, otherwise there will be no one Left.
Whether one agrees with Cukierman or not, it is impossible not to be awestruck at his recipe for a global disaster.
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