Introduction — Dec 30, 2017
The current flood of migrants into Europe hasn’t happened by chance.
It was planned and Zionists have been instrumental in ensuring that plan was fulfilled. From Barbara Spectre, a Jewish academic resident in Sweden who has called for an end to Europe’s “monolithic white societies”. To ISIS leader Al-Baghdadi, a Mossad-trained double-agent who’s Western-backed terror group first sparked mass migration by creating chaos in the Middle East. To financier George Soros who set up organisations to facilitate the flood of refugees by printing handbooks and guides to Europe, none of this happened by accident.
This was all part of a long term plan. Barbara Spectre, who has spoken about the transformation of Europe’s racial demography, even spoke about the resurgence of “anti-Semitism” that this would bring.
We shouldn’t be deceived, however. Barbara Spectre didn’t know about this beforehand because she’s gifted with the power of prophecy. She is most definitely NOT a visionary inspired by higher powers and impulses.
Barbara Spectre only spoke about the rise of “anti-Semitism” because she was part of a loose knit group of conspirators that planned a transformation of Europe’s racial demographic. The resurgence of “anti-Semitism” was no doubt seen as a logical outcome of this. That’s probably why she was authorised to speak about it publicly.
We are not dealing with those motivated by higher powers but with those dictated to by much darker forces.
Part of the Karmic payback for this may well be a rise in “anti-Semitism” but the likes of Barbara Spectre and George Soros, who are instrumental in bringing this about know exactly what they are doing. It’s only their ‘lesser bretheren’ — and the rest of humanity — who will pay the price. Ed.
German Jewish Leader Warns That Jews May Require Police Protection As Anti Semitism Escalates
Chris Tomlinson — Breibart.com Dec 30, 2017
Former president of the Central Council of Jews in Germany Charlotte Knobloch claims that Jews are increasingly under threat in public and may require police protection to lead a normal life without harassment and violence.
Ms Knobloch, who is now the President of the Jewish Community of Munich and Upper Bavaria, said that Jews are increasingly under threat, Die Welt reports.
“Aggressive anti-Semitism, from verbal hostility on the Internet and in the analogue world to desecration and destruction to physical attacks are commonplace in Germany,” she said.
“Jewish life can only take place in public under police protection and the strictest security precautions, or it must be completely cancelled for security reasons,” Knobloch added.
The Jewish leader spoke about several recent anti-semitic cases including the vandalism of a Menorah in the city of Heilbronn, and the cancellation of a public Menorah lighting in Mülheim/Ruhr due to security issues.
“Anti-Semitism is strengthening on the right and the left, in the Muslim community and also in the middle of society. That’s why we need an anti-Semitism commissioner,” Knobloch said, requesting that the German Federal government appoint an official with “strong powers”.
Many have blamed the influx of Muslim migrants under Chancellor Angela Merkel for the growth in anti-Semitic incidents. Fashion mogul Karl Lagerfeld blamed Ms Merkel directly earlier this year, saying: “One cannot – even if there are decades between them – kill millions of Jews and then bring millions of their worst enemies in their place.”
Surging Anti-Semitism in Germany Sparks Cry for Help from Jewish Community https://t.co/eBzw0sFcZP
— Breitbart London (@BreitbartLondon) July 23, 2017
In a survey of Jews in Germany, many said that most of the violent attacks they experienced came from Muslims, while far-right and far-left attacks were mostly limited to verbal harassment or harassment online.
After U.S. President Donald Trump announced he would be moving the U.S. Israeli embassy to Jerusalem and recognizing the city as the capital of Israel, Germany saw anti-Semitic protests which were denounced by the Chancellor and her government.
Despite the opposition to the protests, some, like German police union head Rainer Wendt, slammed Merkel.
“The same politicians who continue this immigration and deportation drama by illegally allowing in more and more foreigners from the most anti-Semitic region of the world and not even deporting the offenders among them, then proclaim that they are doing everything against anti-Semitism,” Wendt observed.