Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Scotland Uses "The Nazi Model" To Persecute Its Jews

But first,a little history lesson from the first days of Nazi Germany:

The first wave of legislation, from 1933 to 1934, focused largely on limiting the participation of Jews in German public life. The first major law to curtail the rights of Jewish citizens was the "Law for the Restoration of the Professional Civil Service" of April 7, 1933, according to which Jewish and "politically unreliable" civil servants and employees were to be excluded from state service

Subsequent laws and decrees restricted reimbursement of Jewish doctors from public (state) health insurance funds. The city of Berlin forbade Jewish lawyers and notaries to work on legal matters, the mayor of Munich disallowed Jewish doctors from treating non-Jewish patients, and the Bavarian Interior Ministry denied admission of Jewish students to medical school.

Local governments also issued regulations that affected other spheres of Jewish life: in Saxony, Jews could no longer slaughter animals according to ritual purity requirements, effectively preventing them from obeying Jewish dietary laws

"'Plus ca change, plus c'est la meme chose"...from Nazi Germany to Scotland, 2011.  Alana Goodman in Contentions:

...a regional council in Scotland has approved a disturbing law that will ban newly published Israeli books from public libraries in West Dunbartonshire. These include books written by Israeli authors, as well as translations of novels produced in Israel.

The large Scottish city of Dundee also joined West Dunbartonshire (though to avoid potential lawsuits, the city won’t technically enforce the boycott). Instead, Dundee officials will hang posters throughout the city, asking residents to refrain from purchasing Israeli products. According to Ynet, the city will also “apply a special mark on Israeli products, in order to make them easily identifiable.”

By banning books, the boycott movement reveals itself for what it actually is. It’s not a campaign to pressure the Israeli government economically. It’s a campaign to isolate and dehumanize the Israeli people, including its artists, writers, and intellectuals. This is aimed at ultimately creating a culture of resentment and hatred for the Jewish state, and all of its citizens.

As in Nazi Germany, the oppression of the Jews began at the local level.  The Scots, late to the great global game of Jew-baiting, have entered with a gusto, bringing back the bad old days of yellow badges, boycotts, and swastikas.  Well, maybe not the swastikas.  Yet.

.... as the German writer Heinrich Heine presciently noted a century before the Holocaust, “where they burn books, they will ultimately burn people also.”

"Never again" can be translated in Euro-speak to, "expect to be persecuted every 50 years or so."  Which has been the pattern in Europe since the Middle Ages, I suppose.
May the Scots of Dundee and West Dunbartonshire rot in hell.
Maybe it's a time for a boycott of my own.  Death to the distilleries of Scotland, for me, it's about American whiskey - Bourbon:
Take that, you filthy Nazi Scots...


Right Wing Extreme said...

A special mark to identify Jewish Products? How about a yellow six pointed star with the blazon "Jude" across it. It is easily identifiable, highly visible and even of historic significance. Why reinvent the wheel after all? Nazi Bastards.

The JerseyNut said...

For all of their socialist self-flattery, Europeans are still barbarians.

Every now and then, they give the world a generation of peace.

And then they remind us of who they truly are...

Jkw said...

I'll take Bourbon over Scotch any day!

Wakeup said...

If you can't give up Scotch, there is a single malt whisky produced in Canada, which is the only reason they can't call it "Scotch." But it is produced in New Scotland (Nova Scotia) and Canada is a fine and upstanding place. Check it out at

Anonymous said...

Christ! that was ignorant. if you had bothered to check your facts before you published that, you would have found that it was only council that actually boycotted (not banned) the books and only ones printed in Israel. Dundee didn't go through with their proposed ban because their MSP realised it would have been illegal as well as . scotland is sooo much less anti-semitic than america, its not even funny.

In 2010-11 2.6 % of religious hate crimes in scotland were committed against jews. in the US? 71.9 % in 2010!!! Both of these stats came from jewish news sources

Not that that excuses religious hate crime of any variety, which, shamefully, Scotland does have plenty of - mainly between protestants and catholics.

That Said, I am a proud Scot and i have to say that your article is deeply offensive as ell as ignorant. Scotland, on the whole, is not an anti-semitic country, certainly far less so than the US, and you should feel ashamed of the way you are propagating hate by comparing us to the Nazi's

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