Open your eyes!

On December 20, 2008, Arab terrorists released a hate-filled film concerning a certain theater in Paris, in which brutal murders have just recently taken place. Back then, a group of men, whose faces were hidden behind keffiyeh scarves, shoved their way into the entrance of the Bataclan Theater to deliver a message to the Jewish owners. A man said:

„In the neighborhood, anger and revulsion has reached a level we can’t control any longer. So now, we have a clear message for the theater manager. Today, we’re friendly, but I have to let you know, that with all the built-up anger, we can’t keep the lid on for much longer. We just wanted to let you know that before we leave. And remember: our patience is wearing thin!“

This video was made as a propaganda tool by terrorists for terrorists. The terrorists who murdered on November 13, 2015 must have seen this video. Therefore, this theater was most certainly deliberately chosen.

The attack was against all of us, but clearly had anti-Jewish aspects, which are shamefully not being adequately addressed in the news!

When the attack occurred on Charlie Hebdo in January 2015, there were also clear anti-Jewish aspects. Some of the terrorists attacked the editorial office of Charlie Hebdo, but one terrorist, Amedy Coulibaly, stormed into a Jewish supermarket, took hostages and finally killed four people. He then called on the French channel BFMTV to spread his demands. The TV station asked: „Have you picked out this business for any certain reason?“ The answer came promptly: „Yes. The Jews!“

In March 2012, three children and a man were killed in front of a Jewish school in Toulouse in France because they were Jews.

In January 2006, Ilan Halimi was kidnapped in France and tortured to death over a period of three weeks because he was a Jew.

In May 2014, three people were killed because they were in a Jewish museum.

In May 2014, two Jews were brutally beaten in front of a synagogue in France because they were Jews.

At the end of 2014, a young couple was attacked in France, during which the woman raped, because they were Jews.

Amedy Coulibaly said he murdered in the name of the „Islamic State“. The terrorists kill in the name of an Islamist nation. They are therefore National Islamists or Naziis! They hate Jews! They hate Jews so much that they don’t even shy away from murdering Jewish children. Only real Naziis do that!

It’s pointless to discuss whether the Naziis understand Islam correctly or not. Ultimately, it’s also irrelevant whether the Nazis with only one „i“ understood socialism correctly. The Nazis saw themselves as socialists. Nevertheless, socialists were among the first victims of the Nazis, for example, the socialists of the KPD and the SPD. When Nazis murder, there’s no need to delve into every aspect of socialism. The problem is just too big! They were just Nazis!

Today, terrorists from the Islamic State are murdering. Meanwhile, there’s a debate going on as to whether they interpret Islam rightly or wrongly. During all this debating, the Naziis continue to murder. Again and again, their victims are Jews!

When asked: who are those criminals in France who murder Jews or people who make jokes, the answer is clear: Open your eyes! They are Naziis! National Islamists!

We should begin to consistently call them Naziis!

By the way, while the murdering was going on in Paris, a 40-year old Israeli and his 18 year old son were shot near Hebron in the West Bank by an Arab. Two other people were injured.

The USA has its 9/11.
France has its 13/11.
But, Israel has it 24/7!

(Translation: William Wires)

Über tapferimnirgendwo

Als Theatermensch spiele, schreibe und inszeniere ich für diverse freie Theater. Im Jahr 2007 erfand ich die mittlerweile europaweit erfolgreiche Bühnenshow „Kunst gegen Bares“. Als Autor verfasse ich Theaterstücke, Glossen und Artikel. Mit meinen Vorträgen über Heinrich Heine, Hedwig Dohm und dem von mir entwickelten Begriff des „Nathankomplex“ bin ich alljährlich unterwegs. Und Stand Up Comedian bin ich auch. Mein Lebensmotto habe ich von Kermit, dem Frosch: „Nimm, was Du hast und flieg damit!
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