When Gentiles Say Things Only Jews Can: Serbian president urged to apologize for “Holocaust” remarks

(EDITOR’S NOTE: This one belongs in the “what’s good for the Jew ain’t good for the goyim” file. Despite the fact that Serbian President Tomislav Nikolic was nothing less than servile and fawning towards International Jewry on “Holocaust Remembrance Day”, or, more appropriately, “Worshiping The Glaring Falsities of The Holocrock Day”, he is still being taken to task by World Zionism and its fifth columns in his nation because he pointed out that National Socialism was opposed to the over-representation of Jews in influential sectors of German society. While he stands judged by the Jewish Power Configuration for “spreading stereotypes”, the fact of the matter is, he isn’t doing anything that hasn’t already been done by a rather prolific “Israeli”-Jewish author by the name of Amos Elon, whose book “The Pity of It All: A Portrait of Jews In Germany 1743 – 1933” documents how Jews rose up from “persecution” to become the culture-shaping elite of the elite in the German state. So apparently, it is perfectly okay for a Jew — and a Zionist occupier Jew at that — to point out Jewish prominence, wealth, influence and societal stardom in pre-Hitler Germany but it isn’t fine in any regard for a Gentile to do the same. This is reminiscent of Jewish supremacist and Zionist propagandist J.J. Goldberg saying that Jews can speak about Jewish prominence, wealth, influence and societal stardom in America, as long as it is done out of the “earshot of the goyim”. This open Gentile-hatred is rampant across Jewish communities throughout the world and it is further enforced by Gentiles kowtowing to Jewish-Zionist power structures and refusing to engage in discourses that may be offensive to the sensitivities of the “chosenite” elite. The silence and subservience that prevail even in the most radical circles “for the fear of the Jews” must come to an end, as the Orwellian state of affairs the world finds itself in will only get worse as this cowardice deepens. It’s simple: How can we triumph over our oppressors if we won’t even call out our oppressors by name?? Not only should the Serbian president openly reject any apology, he should retract his other pathetic comments, for not doing so only makes Serbia look like a broken nation, one that hasn’t recovered from the Jewish-Zionist-Imperialist war that destroyed it and its other Yugoslav counterparts in the 1990s. When more and more Gentiles begin shaking off the “don’t offend the Jews” shackles and start talking overtly about historical revisionism, false flags and the hateful, supremacist, satanic and cult-ritualistic nature of Judaism , then, and only then, will the Matrix of Might built by the Zionist octopus be torn asunder. ~ Jonathan Azaziah)

Serbian human rights groups called on Serbian President Tomislav Nikolic to apologize for saying at a Holocaust commemoration that Nazis targeted Jews because of their over-representation in certain professions.

Nikolic “is spreading stereotypes about the Jewish people, saying that this minority was “over-represented in prestigious professions,’” said the January 28 statement signed by a number of Belgrade-based human rights monitors and civil society groups.

Among the signatories were Belgrade representatives of the Lawyers Committee for Human Rights and the Helsinki Committee for Human Rights.

In his speech on January 27, Nikolic said that for the Nazis, “the biggest threat was seen in the Jewish people, probably on the account of their characteristics and being prominent in the prestigious professions in the domains of finances, art and science,” according to a report by the government-run broadcaster, Voice of Serbia.

He spoke at a ceremony marking International Holocaust Remembrance Day, commemorating the liberation of Auschwitz in 1945.

Nikolic, who is friendly to Israel and spoke in the presence of the Israeli ambassador, members of Serbia’s Jewish community, and Holocaust survivors, made the need for remembrance the central point of his speech.

“The Holocaust was the most shameful and abominable event in the human history,” he said. “In the manner unique for its fanaticism and cruelty, a huge number of human lives perished in a short time, and it must never be forgotten.”

The statement signed by the human rights groups and activists stopped short of saying that Nikolic, whose politics are nationalist, is anti-Semitic, instead suggesting that his aides were ill-prepared.

Nikolic’s remarks “testify to the extremely bad preparation for public statements, ignorance and insensitivity to human rights,” the statement said.

Source: The Times of Israel

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