Tuesday, May 12, 2009

Weirded Out French Jew Goes Into Shoah Business

[I know this is an old story, but I found it in the file and it struck me as so bizarre I figured I'd re-post it just to keep this particular bit of kosher lunacy alive in people's memories.]

As the old Yiddish saying goes, "There's no business like Shoah business," and France's oddball Jewish President Nicolas Sarkozy (recently married to a stripper) has jumped into it with both feet.

He has proposed one of the more bizarre "Holocaust Remembrance Curricula" in any European school system, where Holohoaxery is already mandatory.

Reuters reports that Sarkozy is "facing a tide of criticism over his call for schoolchildren to 'adopt' Jewish child victims of the Holocaust...In a speech praising faith that also drew fire from secularists, Sarkozy told France's Jewish community on Wednesday that every 10-year-old schoolchild should be 'entrusted with the memory of a French child victim of the Holocaust'."

Basically, every fifth grader in France will be issued a kind of imaginary playmate, some alleged dead Jewish brat from 65 years ago who may or may not ever have existed, but of course the children won't know that.

He or she will then have to interact with this ghost playmate in various ways in school, doing little dramas and skits and having imaginary dialogs and so on, and presumably take their new invisible friend to bed with them at night along with their stuffed animals, etc. which will really be fun for the kid when maman and papa switch off the light. I have to admit, even for a Jew, this is pretty darned creepy.

"The proposal unleashed a storm of protest from teachers, psychologists and his political foes who said it would unfairly burden children with the guilt of previous generations and some could be traumatized by identifying with a Holocaust victim." (This hebe is deliberately trying to mess up the minds of an entire generation of French school children by getting them to play with ghosts. Way to prepare your country's youth for the challenges of the 21st century, Nick!)

"'The emotional burden can have negative consequences for a child who is developing,' Gilles Moindrot, general secretary of the Snuipp-FSU trade union which represents most primary school teachers, said in a statement." (Ya think?)

"'One can not place on a child of 10 the responsibility for what happened back then.'" (It's even worse placing responsibility on a ten year-old for something that didn't happen.)

"But Sarkozy, speaking in Perigueux in central France, brushed off the uproar. 'It is ignorance that produces abominable situations. It is not knowledge,' he said in a speech. 'Let us make our children, children with open eyes who are not complacent.'" (Never mind if they're completely freaked out by having supposedly responsible adults tell them they are being followed around by invisible murdered ghost children.)

"'Believe me, you will not traumatize children by giving them the gift of the memory of a country. Any psychologist will tell you: you have to tell a child the truth,' he said." (In other words, "Silence, stupid goyim! Down on your knees before your masters!")

I could go on and on here, but do I really need to? Mother of God!


Anonymous brian boru said...

How about telling the children the truth about Sarkozy's tribe and what it has inflicted on the world over the last couple of thousand years. Now, that's some truth telling we could all support. It would help the children deal appropriately with the vampire race when they grow up.
Having these obnoxious kikes in public positions of power where their twisted arrogance can be seen by all is to be welcomed. French people should be more enlightened about the nature of the kikes in the future.

8:25 AM  

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