SWC’s R. Marvin Hier Uses Tired Holocaust Analogy With Syrian Refugees

The Simon Wiesenthal Center won’t rest until America is turned into an multi-cultural hell hole like Islamic Paris.

Either these SWC tribal activists are stopped, or America will be destroyed, or Jews will once again be thrown into a pit of death because their leading organizations are trying to destroy the country with unchecked immigration.

This Los Angeles Times article quotes nobody opposed to America taking in more Syrian refugees.

It does not mention the moral imperative for the Jewish state to take in Muslims who hate it. How come only Gentile countries have to swallow this poison?

All the talk about seriously vetting these refugees ignores the fact that there is no way to vet them, and even if they all behaved in a law-abiding manner, why would this country want more Muslims?

I hope 40 Muslim Syrian refugees move on to Rabbi Hier’s block (though with the millions of dollars he’s earned as a race man, he can afford lots of protection, ordinary Americans will pay the price for his folly, but why would the rabbi care, he hates goyim and has spent his life destroying their countries by pushing multi-culturalism and non-white immigration, while seeking cohesion and unity for Jews).

Los Angeles Times Sept. 19, 2015:

“Jews are the first ones who should be sympathetic to refugees. We know the story of the Holocaust,” said Rabbi Marvin Hier, founder and dean of the Los Angeles-based Simon Wiesenthal Center and the Museum of Tolerance, in an interview.

During World War II, the U.S. refused entry to many European Jews seeking refuge from Nazi forces.

He added: “In this case, we have a very serious national security issue, which we did not face during the 1930s when the Jews were trying to get out of Europe. We didn’t have terrorists blowing themselves up.”

…Hier said he believes that “no one should be admitted to [the U.S.] without very serious security checks. … The only defense is intelligence — otherwise we place ourselves in great peril. When we do something good, we don’t want to do something bad at the same time.”

During World War II, some U.S. politicians feared enemy spies would infiltrate the country if Jewish refugees were allowed in.

“Obviously, many Americans in 1943 felt the same as many do today — that we cannot risk admitting enemy agents among the throng of refugees,” said E. Randol Schoenberg, president of the L.A. Museum of the Holocaust.

“During World War II, this type of fear meant that millions of honest, innocent people were unable to escape their murderers. I hope we don’t make the same mistake again.”

Samara Hutman, executive director of the museum, is currently in Germany, where many Syrian migrants have sought asylum, and said she plans on visiting a refugee center in Munich.

She said in a statement that the evolving Syrian crisis “is very much present and palpable in the halls, offices and corridors of our museum.”

The potential backlash against Syrian immigrants is likely to play into the hands of the Islamic State, according to Jordan Elgrably, executive director of the L.A.-based Markaz, Arts Center for the Greater Middle East.

“They are openly hoping that Muslims who are discriminated against, even rejected as asylum seekers, will turn to Daesh,” he said, using an Arabic acronym for Islamic State.

The majority of Muslims in the West aren’t going to join up, he said, “but what are Britain, France and the U.S. doing to enfranchise Arab [and] Muslim youth — if anything?”


* The difference is groups of Jews didn’t migrate into new countries with terrorists hidden inside of them.

* Comparing this to the what Nazi’s did to Jews clearly shows how out of touch some people are.

No one’s marching refugees to gas chambers, or lining them up to be shot and dumped in mass graves.

Utterly delusional.

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