Friday, November 12, 2004

They're Missing the Point

In an article rightfully bemoaning EUseless praises being heaped the now rotting crap-heap Yassar Arafat we find this indignity:
The local TV2 News reported that no Norwegian Jews participated in Oslo's commemoration of Kristallnacht."

The whole purpose of marking Kristallnacht is to never allow us to forget how parts of Europe attempted to exterminate the Jews and expunge all mention and memory of their existence. What is Norway's response to this?
TV2 also reported that the authorities, saying they didn't want trouble, forbade any Jewish symbols, including Stars of David and Israeli flags," according to Israel's Arutz-7 radio station." On the TV2 evening news, a group of Jews and their friends who wanted to take part in the commemoration were shown being firmly told by a policeman to 'please leave the area,'" according to a dispatch from an American journalist living in Norway, Bruce Bawer, on AndrewSullivan.com.

The purpose of this moral outrage?
"This in a city where Muslim demonstrations take place on a regular basis, and include signs and banners bearing hateful, barbaric slogans."
Muzz-lims are the troublemakers, but the Jews are now twice victimized, first by the muzz-lim thugs, then by the civil authorities who would rather cater to racist hate-mongers than do the hard work of doing the right thing. At best the only reason I can fathom for this outrage is the Norwegians fear that the violence gripping the Netherlands may spread to their country. Since Jews are by nature law-abiding and passive it is easier to pick on them than it is to confront wannabe jihadis. At worst the comments of the Norwegian Middle East envoy to the UN is so enamored with elite mindset that he has fallen for the trap of psuedo-intellectual anti-semitism.

Grow-up, wake-up, do what's right.

(Hat tip: Little Green Footballs)

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