Arrogant Jews in Germany have blamed the German government for the recent electoral success of the pro-White National Democratic Party’s (NPD).
The hideously ugly Charlotte Knobloch (illustrated), president of the Central Council of Jews said in a press statement that she holds the political establishment responsible for the NPD’s unhindered growth as well as its success at the polls.
Knobloch criticised the political establishment for failing to invest enough money in combating right wing extremism and called the political parties “bankrupt of ideas”.
Bavaria’s state minister of the interior, Guenther Beckstein, who won this year’s Jerusalem Prize for his fight against extremism, has led a crusade to ban the NPD. However, Michael Fuerst, representative of the Central Council of Jews in Lower-Saxony told the Netzzeitung news agency, from Hanover, that banning right wing parties would not stop right wing thinking from continuing to grow in the minds of young people.
The federal government currently invests 19 million Euros to inform and educate the public about the dangers that what they call “right wing extremism” pose for democracies. The Central Council harshly criticized this amount as being an insignificant drop in the bucket.
Several months ago, the Council slammed the state of Saxony-Anhalt for cutting educational program aimed at “educating youth against extremism.” Not satisfied with that, the increasilgy nasty and arrogant Jew Council, which thinks it owns Germany, criticized the Saxony-Anhalt leadership for making the cuts in a period of time in which pro-White groups are rapidly gaining ground.
Such cuts have also taken place outside the political arena. Recently, the German Federation of Trade Unions (DGB) laid-off Esther Dischereit, a Jewish activist who was responsible for organizing special projects focusing on intercultural dialogue, human rights and anti-right-wing education. The DGB said that its shrinking membership and dwindling finances no longer justified the funding of non-core projects, including Dischereit’s.
“At a time in which right-wing tendencies are growing, jobs such as Esther Dischereit’s are more important than ever before,” the Jewish online news agency HaGalil wrote in its signature campaign in support of Dischereit.