Sunday, 17 November 2013

If I were Jewish, I would never say my family had art masterpieces while people were starving

The headline reads 'Art masterpieces taken by the Nazis from its Jewish owners found'. Such headlines shame a lot more Jewish families than they could ever shame the Nazis. Why? In an Europe dominated by mass unemployment and even starvation, some chosen privileged families were having things so easily that while ordinary people were going to early graves the said families were accumulating vast amounts of wealth that allowed them to acquire works of arts costing millions.

Therefore, if I were Jewish, I would never ever dare to reclaim something my ancestors owned when men, women and children around them were dying because they did not have enough to eat. What the so called Nazis did only serves to show the kind of inequalities that made ordinary people to show massive support for the so called Nazis.

When you look at the origins of most revolutions in history including the American Revolution of 1776, the French Revolution of 1789 and the Russian Revolution of 1917, the root causes are basically the same: extraordinary levels of abuse and privileges committed by elites who did not give a damn about ordinary people.

I am not the kind of person that takes things for granted or is dominated by a propaganda machine that makes people forget that most of those who lost their lives in World War Two were not Jewish. Look at the figures; look at the facts; and forget about the lies and deceit of those who use propaganda as a way to divert attention from the truth. One single country - Russia - lost between 25 and 30 million people in World War Two.

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