At the end of World War II, it seemed that the horrors of the Holocaust would never again occur in Europe. It doesn’t seem that way anymore, now that massive Islamic immigration has made Europe once again an unsafe place to be Jewish. Earlier this year, Muslims who firebombed a synagogue had their sentences suspended by a sympathetic German government. Although there is a great deal of blame to go around when it comes to allowing Islam to colonize Europe, the one person most conspicuously guilty of this crime against civilization is German Chancellor Angela Merkel, who oversaw the importation of a million Muslim “refugees” into her country in a single year. In light of all that, try to swallow this:
The U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum will bestow its highest honor, the Elie Wiesel Award, on German Chancellor Angela Merkel for her work advancing Holocaust awareness.
“Chancellor Merkel has demonstrated an unwavering commitment to making the preservation of Holocaust memory a priority for Germany,” said Tom Bernstein, who chairs the council governing the museum, in a release Thursday.
You can crank the irony up one more notch by considering that Merkel may have been motivated to open the floodgates to Islamization by neurotic guilt over the Holocaust. Germany was forced to make amends by showing how self-sacrificingly politically correct it could be.
A more constructive response to the Holocaust would be to avoid laying the groundwork for its recurrence.
Posted by Bryan Treadway. Posted In : World News