|Featuring: Political, historical, religious commentary with modern Israeli music|
|Webcast Title: Erasing the Jews|
|Webcast Date: 01/26/2010|
|Length: 36:31 Minutes|
|(January 26, 2010) “…According to others, this phenomenon is particularly prevalent in the Baltics, in Lithuania and Latvia where, unlike even in Poland, there was massive collaboration by the locals with the Nazis in their extermination of the Jews. For sure, these two peoples suffered under Russia’s occupation for almost 50 years, thousands were shipped off to and died in Siberia, still, this drive to lump Communist brutality with the Nazi crusade in which they participated is yet another attempt to deprive the Jews of their unique history. And I would add their own culpability.
“Think as well of the transparently ridiculous attempt here by the Arabs who equate the Holocaust with what they call their Nakba, which is another way of painting Zionism in the colors of genocidal racism.
“In the West too, I wish had a shekel for every Western leader in a democracy who also, when it comes to addressing antisemitism has clearly condemned it; and then in the same breath condemns all kinds of racism and bigotry and prejudice, and Islamophobia and homophobia, and ageism and heightism and ismism.
“How hard it is still for so many otherwise benign people to confront the enormity of what not only the Germans but other nations did, like the Baltic people during WWII, and in truth in other periods over millennia.
“’Yes, we condemn antisemitism and all forms of hatred and discrimination and persecution of sodomites and lesbians and yadda, yadda, yadda…’”
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