On January 25, 2013, the top gun at US-Israel advocacy group, Anti-Defamation League (ADL), Abraham Foxman, warned the pro-gun lobby groups to keep Nazi analogies out of the gun control debate. “Gun control did not cause the Holocaust,” he said. “Nazism and antisemitism did“.
As usual, Abe’s latest outburst confused most of us. Bryan Mark Rigg Ph.D in his book, ‘Hitler’s Jewish soldiers’, has claimed that nearly 150,000 German Jews were part of Nazi Army. Furthermore, Rabbi Wolf Gunther Plaut, in his 1990 book, ‘The Man Who Would Be Messiah’ had claimed that Frankist Jews committed Holocaust. French Jewish historian, Dr. Roger Dommergue Polacco de Menasce, has refused to believe in the six million narrative. As far antisemitism is concerned, a recent study by the British journal Genome Biology and Evolution claims that the vast majority of European Jews (Ashkenazi) are not Semites.
Now, coming to Abe Foxman’s so-called “anology” – which refers to 1938 German Weapon Act passed by the Nazi regime. The law restricted gun ownership to those whose loyalties to Hitler were not in question. However, when American and British Jewish group initiated economic boycott of Germany similar to the one they’re waging against Iran for the last decade – the Weapon Act mostly effected civilian Jews. Even after the Jewish boycott of German goods, the Zionist Jewish groups and SS shared the same bed. The terrorist groups belonging to the Zionist Federation of Germany were not only allowed to buy arms but Jewish militias such as Lehi and Irgun to operate training camps. These two terrorist groups were eventually merged into Israel Occupation Force (IOF) in 1949.
Almost every piece of gun legislation in America has been introduced or sponsored by Jewish lawmakers (Emanuel Cellar, Howard Metzenbaum, Herbert Kohl, Howard Metzenbaum, Charles Schumer, Dianne Feinstein, Arlen Specter, Frank Lautenberg, Barbara Boxer, Herbert Kohl, etc.). However, last week ADL blasted the anti-immigration Reform for Oklahoma Now (IRON) for saying so. In a January 11 newsletter, IRON asked the readers not to let Jews “succeed shredding America’s Constitution”.
So, why most Jews support gun control? The best answer I have come across, is from the welknown Israel-Firster, Elliott Abrams. He acknowledged in his book ‘Faith or Fear: How Jews can survive in Christian America’ – that the mainstream Jewish community in America clings to what is at bottom – a dark vision of America, as a land permeated with antisemitism and always on the verge of antisemtic outbursts. Abrams also admits that due this dark vision, Jews have taken the lead to secularize United States. Jewish groups have played a major role in anti-Church campaign and subvert Christmas. Dr. Joshua Eli Plaut’s book, ‘A Kosher Christmas: ‘Tis the Season to be Jewish’ is worth reading to know the truth.
Demilitarization of public has always been a principle of western colonization. That’s the main reason the Founding Fathers, who were products of British colonialism, wanted Americans to be armed to keep the government’s centralized power in check. Even the so-called “non-violence” preacher, Mahatma Gandhi, was aware of this bitter reality. “Among the many misdeeds of the British rule in India, history will look upon the Act depriving a whole nation of arms, as the blackest,” said Gandhi.
Personally, I’m against commercialization of fire-arms. It’s okey to have a rifle for game hunting or for self-protection at a remote farm. However, looking at the historic failure of prohibition and partial ban on smoking – the gun control is doomed to failure. Furthermore, with the rise of religious bigotry among the pro-Israel lobby groups in the West – Norwegian mass murderer Anders Behring Breivik, who was influenced by anti-Islam literature authored by American Zionist Christian Robert Spencer and Zionist Jew Pamela Geller – has proved that strict gun-control laws will not keep assault rifles out of the hands of pro-Israel maniacs bent on murdering dozens of children.