In Germany, Jews are being warned against wearing a kippah in public because of rising anti-Semitism.
Germany’s government commissioner on anti-Semitism has warned Jews about the potential dangers of wearing the traditional kippah cap in the face of rising anti-Jewish attacks.
“I cannot advise Jews to wear the Kippah everywhere all the time in Germany,” Felix Klein said in an interview published Saturday by the Funke regional press group.
In issuing the warning, he said he had “alas, changed my mind (on the subject) compared to previously.”
Klein, whose post was created last year, cited “the lifting of inhibitions and the uncouthness which is on the rise in society” as factors behind a rising incidence of anti-Semitism.
“The internet and social media have largely contributed to this — but so have constant attacks against our culture of remembrance.”
Culture of remembrance? WTF does that even mean?
The main reason why attacks against Jews are on the rise in Germany is because Jews lobbied to have the country flooded with Moslems. And apparently, many of these Moslems do not like Jews because they lobbied to have the American government bomb many of their countries for the benefit of Israel.
It’s too bad that the rising anti-Semitism isn’t mostly from the native German population. If they understood that all the Moslems that have invaded their country was part of a Jewish conspiracy to genocide them, my guess is that there’d be much more open anti-Semitism from Germans.
But as it stands now, they’ve been guilted into thinking that their ancestors gassed six million Jews in fake shower rooms and there are laws against them questioning this hoax story. So truthfully, we do not know exactly how much real anti-Semitism there is in the country. Most of the visible anti-Semitism is unquestionably from the invading Moslems.