A ‘tough love’ message that needs saying: Part three

The following is a guest post from the blog Red Pill Jew. Due to its length, I have divided it into three posts so we can better absorb its message.

This was not easy to write; I suspect it will be difficult to read as well.??I don?t want to be harsh, I don?t want to be nasty, but this is a ?tough love? message that needs saying.??Let me not waste time.


Intelligent people learn from the lessons and experiences of others, read historical accounts of similar situations resulting in catastrophe, and think ?Maybe this isn?t a good idea?.

Meanwhile, many Jews, especially American Jews, seemingly double-down-determined in helping the Islamic destroyer come in.? They even compare the current refugee crisis to the plight of pre-WWII European Jews when, in fact, that is manifestly not the case, e.g.,?No, Middle Eastern refugees can?t be compared to Holocaust victims: Quote:

However, it is incorrect to draw a parallel between the Jews who fled Europe in the 1930s, who were, as Jews, specific targets for genocide and Nazi concentration camps, and those today wishing to escape the civil war in their Mideast countries.??The Syrians, for example, are not being targeted because they are Muslims, and there is no Final Solution planned against them.??Their civil wars have placed them in difficult circumstances, but their situation is not comparable to the deliberate and planned Final Extermination specifically directed at Jews as Jews during the once-in-history Holocaust. It’s a different category altogether.

Furthermore, comparisons to the Holocaust situation are improper, for (2) there were no Nazi agents embedded within the fleeing Jews, (3) the Jews did not harbor a cultural or religious ideology wishing to sow physical destruction among the American people, and (4) there were no rabbis in the 1930s sending forth commands worldwide to destroy the “infidels.”??Indseed, (5) the completely innocent Jews of Europe had nowhere to go, no country to take them in ? there was not yet a State of Israel ? whereas there are 57 Islamic states, many exceedingly wealthy, who could be providing safe haven to their Islamic brothers. End of quote.

Morally, this is wrong:

Europe and America do not belong to us; they are not ours to give away just so we can feel good about ourselves,dopamine-addict-style.??Any Jew who advocates for the ongoing influx, which is already seeing bitter fruit of whole swaths of countries being rendered conquered Islamic territory,?is helping theft on the?grandest of scales.

Thou Shalt Not Steal (Exodus 20:15)

Let alone being?an accessory/enabler of?every murder?they commit.

Thou Shalt Not Murder (Exodus 20:13)

And while helping others is good, it cannot be done?at the price of your own life?? or by extension the life of the country/civilization in which you live: Quote:

This was the accepted opinion until Rabbi Akiva came and taught that the verse states: ?And your brother shall live with you,??indicating that your life takes precedence over the life of the other. End of quote.

And it’s pure suicide:

?Judgment Day will not come before the Muslims fight the Jews, and the Jews will hide behind the rocks and the trees, but the rocks and the trees will say: Oh Muslim , oh servant of Allah, there is a Jew behind me, come and kill him?? End of quote.

They said?and did?it?back then;?What Happened to the Jews of Arabia??



They say it?now.??Here,?in the US.


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Imam Al Rousan gives a thundering lecture about how Muslims need to kill the Jews.

When someone says they want to kill you, believe them.

-Elie Wiesel End of quote.

By word and deed, in America and Europe, they say they want to kill us.? I have the moral courage to believe them.

Why don’t you?