Tuesday, August 1, 2017

Europe's "Nasty Film"

Hat tip Vlad Tepes and Gatestone Institute

Anna Rosmus is a German-born, US-based historian who caused a controversy in her home town of Passau when, as a student, she won a writing contest on the theme, "My Town During the Third Reich". Her story became the inspiration for a sensational 1990 movie entitled, "Das schrechliche Madchen" (The Nasty Girl). What caused a commotion in Passau was that Rosmus' research revealed that many of the town's civic leaders and people still living had been Nazis and had participated in the persecution of Passau's Jewish citizens.

Now comes a new TV documentary, originally commissioned by one of Germany's largest media outlets, the Westdeutsche Rundfunk, and the Franco-German Culture Channel (ARTE),  "Chosen and Excluded – the Hate for Jews in Europe".  The film is now under attack by its very sponsors because it shows exactly who is responsible for the resurgence of anti-semitism in Europe.

"ARTE had commissioned the film with the support of the WDR, but is now seeking to hide it. The film is not about anti-Semitism among neo-Nazis, but about its acceptance by the mainstream mass media, politicians, left wingers, Muslim "Palestine" activists, rappers and church organizations. Initially, it was said that the film was "a provocation", that it "fans the flames", and that "because of the terror situation in France, it cannot be broadcast."

If the reader thins that Europe is free in the same sense as the US, think again. There is no First Amendment in Europe. Europeans are being prosecuted merely for speaking out against the insane migration policy that has opened the doors to millions of people who will never assimilate. Speak out against Islamic fundamentalism and intolerance, and you run the risk of being fined or imprisoned.

What this film specifically does is debunk the popular notion that today's resurgence of anti-semitism is coming from neo-Nazis, skin-heads, and white racists. The truth is that this resurgence is coming from Muslim quarters and their European elite enablers in politics and NGOs.

European politicians will not tell the truth to its citizens even as they are being raped, robbed and murdered by the newcomers, most of whom are Muslims. European Jews are leaving by the (remaining) thousands, and Europe's leaders won't tell their citizens the truth as to why they are leaving. Now they try to suppress a documentary that tells the truth.

The Westdeutsche Rundfunk and ARTE would do well to refresh their memories as to how Josef Goebbels controlled the film industry as Hitler's minister of propaganda.

Goebbels would be proud. 

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