Western suicide via anti-Semitism

Pittsburgh victims are another example of a chilling Judenhass. Innocent Jews were murdered, but will the West survive it?

Giulio Meotti, | updated: 20:19

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Paris 1980
Vienna 1981
Rome 1982
Istanbul 1986
Buenos Aires 1994
Djerba 2002
Mumbai 2008
Toulouse 2012
Jerusalem 2014
Brussels 2014
Copenhagen 2015
Paris 2015
Gotenburg 2017 
Pittsburgh 2018

It is 38 years since synagogues, schools, shops and Jewish centers began being targeted and attacked again. And the West is always surprised: “Oh no, the new anti-Semitism!”. It is like that girl who 'discovers' she is expecting a baby at the eighth month of her pregnancy and exclaims: “Oh no, I have been so prudent!”.

We do not realize what is happening and nobody is helping the public to understand the entity: the newspapers have the days counted, the intellectuals are distracting themselves, the politicians send telegrams of condolences, the religious authorities are phony.


Most of the Pittsburgh victims were Jews who were able to survive the Second World War and the Holocaust, but not this demented form of Judenhass.
This is the situation in the four poles of World Jewry: The Jews of France are grappling with a terrible wave of anti-Semitism with dead, wounded and resulting flight; the British Jews for the first time in six centuries think about leaving; the Jews of Israel must defend themselves, at best, in the most chilling silence of the international community and, in the worst, with a world that is greeting the terrorists; the Jews of America for the first time in their history have lived through a mass slaughter.

Most of the Pittsburgh victims were Jews who were able to survive the Second World War and the Holocaust, but not this demented form of Judenhass.

The Shoah was the great requiem of the West because we never really recovered from the massacre of civilization.

With the Shoah, for the first time in the modern age, the edifice of humanism and the idea of ​​a rational evolution of history were broken.

All this is reflected in the word "Shoah", desolation, darkness, death, the abyss between life and death, being and nothingness. In this new wave of anti-Semitism another suicidal impulse of Western civilization is at work.

One day we will know the outcome. I'm afraid I can guess, but I'm also afraid to say it aloud.




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