On September 30, three Israel’s lobby groups, NYC-based Anti-Defamation League (ADL), the LA-based Simon Wiesenthal Center (SWC) and NYC-based World Jewish Congress (WJC) condemned Philippines’ President Rodrigo Duterte over comparing the Jews killed by Nazis with Philippines drug-addicts.
Responding to western critics of his war on drugs, and comparing him with Adolf Hitler, Duterte told reporters on Friday: “Hitler killed 3 million Jews. Now, there are 3 million drug addicts – I’d be happy to kill them.”
“These comments by the Philippines’ president are shocking,” said Jonathan Greenblatt, the ADL’s boss. “The comparison of drug users and dealers to the Jewish victims of the Holocaust is inappropriate and deeply offensive. It is notable that the Philippines has a proud history of providing refuge to over a thousand Jews fleeing Hitler’s genocide.”
Rabbi Abraham Cooper, top gun at the SWC, said: “Duterte owes Holocaust victims an apology for his disgusting rhetoric.”
Multi-millionaire Ronald S. Lauder, the president of the World Jewish Congress, who was in Israel to attend Shimon Peres’ funeral described the remarks as revolting.
Interestingly, the three idiots didn’t debunk Duterte’s claim that Nazis killed only 50% of the new Jewish religion; SIX MILLION DIED. The current count at the Holocaust memorial at Auschwitz lists 1.5 million Jews killed (see news on the top-left).
Last year, Israel’s deputy ambassador in Philippines, Adam Levene in an interview with ABS-CBN news said: “Philippines had a big part in the history of Israel, from the time of the Holocaust up to the creation of their state. Many German Jews took refuge in Philippine.” He also claimed that presidents Manuel Quezon and Manuel Roxas were religiously connected to Jews via their Hebrew first name; Manuel (meaning G-d be with you, in Hebrew).
Jewish leaders criticism has nothing to do with Duterte’s Holocaust comparison. It’s all about the drugs which is monopolized by Zionist Jews around the Globe. United States invasion and occupation of Muslim-majority Afghanistan (99.7) in October 2001 was mainly for drugs after Taliban banned cultivation of opium in 1998. Now, under US-NATO, Afghanistan supplies 97% of world opium needs.