Friday, December 23, 2016

Prince Charles warns against Trump and “the dark days of the 30’s” during Holocaust

It is wrong to equate genuine concern about the pervasive Muslim migrant crimes that have seized Europe, the Muslim Brotherhood’s plan for destruction of the West, Muslim no-go zones in Europe, the shocking one million UK girls who were brutally sexually assaulted by Muslim rape gangs, rampant and cruel Christian persecution historically (and currently) in Islamic states and Muslim-on-Muslim killings, all in the name of Islam, with the intolerance against Jews that led to concentration camps and gas chambers during the time of Hitler, who collaborated with the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem. Prince Charles, in reference to Muslim migrants, states:
“We are now seeing the rise of many populist groups across the world that are increasingly aggressive to those who adhere to a minority faith. All of this has deeply disturbing echoes of the dark days of the 1930s,” he said.
“My parents’ generation fought and died in a battle against intolerance, monstrous extremism and inhuman attempts to exterminate the Jewish population of Europe.”
Prince Charles’ comparison of some imagined “Islamophobia” to the treatment of the Jews under Hitler is cruel, absurd and stupid. No logical human being could be so inane as to arrive at such an outrageous moral equivalence, unless he had an underlying agenda. Muslim reformists have also been warning about the war against the West and the mindset of Islamic supremacists, who pose a real danger to Western civilization:
We ran away from Political Islam in Iran, but it has followed us…. CAIR [the Council on American-Islamic Relations] has created this image that all 3 million Muslims in America are the same and CAIR represents them – which is not true.… Bin Laden and Political Islam have been created because [Islamists] have felt that they are being dragged into the 21st century from the 6th century.”
It is the likes of Prince Charles and other diversity junkies who are empowering Islamic supremacists against the West and have opened Europe up to the worse kinds of victimization and terror; yet Prince Charles and his family are immune from the security dangers that “commoners” face: they have high-priced security, paid for by those “commoners.”
Why is Prince Charles not speaking up for persecuted Christians? In 2008, Prince Charles made a significant declaration: he “would no longer be known as Defender of the Faith for the first time since the reign of Henry VIII.”
To abuse innocent Muslims for no reason is intolerant and inexcusable. To call for a genuine war against jihad terror and a war against Sharia assaults on human rights and freedoms is not intolerant. It is obligatory.
More on this story. “Prince Charles issues veiled warning over Donald Trump and return to ‘dark days of 1930s'”, by May Bulman, Independent, December 22, 2016:
Prince Charles has issued a warning over the “rise of populism” in a veiled apparent reference to the election of Donald Trump and increasingly hostile attitudes towards refugees in Europe.
The Prince of Wales said there were “deeply disturbing echoes of the dark days of the 1930s”, adding that “evil” religious persecution was taking place across the globe.
The “suffering doesn’t end when they arrive seeking refuge in a foreign land,” he said in the pre-recorded message for BBC Radio 4’s Thought For The Day.
“We are now seeing the rise of many populist groups across the world that are increasingly aggressive to those who adhere to a minority faith. All of this has deeply disturbing echoes of the dark days of the 1930s,” he said.
“My parents’ generation fought and died in a battle against intolerance, monstrous extremism and inhuman attempts to exterminate the Jewish population of Europe.”
Citing UN statistics, he added that a “staggering” 65.3 million people abandoned their homes in 2015 — 5.8 million more than the year before.
“The suffering doesn’t end when they arrive seeking refuge in a foreign land,” he said. “We are now seeing the rise of many populist groups across the world that are increasingly aggressive towards those who adhere to a minority faith.”
He went on to urge listeners to remember this Christmas “how the story of the Nativity unfolds with the fleeing of the holy family to escape violent persecution”.
While the prince did not make direct reference to Mr Trump, his address will be widely linked to the billionaire’s rise to power.
It came as the President-elect signalled he may be intent on pushing through a proposed Muslim ‘registry’.
“Thank you Prince Charles for calling out the creeping trend of modern authoritarianism in which Trump and Putin are significant players,” one Twitter user wrote….

 https://www.jihadwatch.org/2016/12/prince-charles-warns-against-trump-and-the-dark-days-of-the-30s-during-holocaust

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