Perpetual, political anti-Semitism on Kristallnacht anniversary

"Throughout the Jewish world, commemorations are being held during this period of Kristallnacht, the Night of Broken Glass, which took place exactly 71 years ago. The murderous violence and destruction of that night, in which 100 Jews were killed, over 250 synagogues were destroyed, and tens of thousands of Jewish businesses vandalized, marked the beginning of the Holocaust."  -  See Walter Bingham, Israel National Radio show-host's article on Arutz 7 



Daniel Goldhagen will speak at Museum of Tolerance on Kristallnacht
Monday, November 9, 2009 at 7:00pm Los Angeles Museum of Tolerance






Kristallnacht Commemoration - Night of Broken Glass
With keynote speaker Daniel Jonah Goldhagen author of the new book "Worse than War: Genocide, Eliminationism, and the Ongoing Assault on Humanity."
Special screening of excerpts from the new PBS documentary, based on his book.
Goldhagen is also the author of the #1 international bestseller, Hitler’s Willing Executioners. A former Associate Professor of Political Science and Social Studies at Harvard University, he is the son of Holocaust Survivor and retired Harvard Professor Erich Goldhagen.



Former U.S. Attorney, John Loftus, author of "The War against the Jews," will be speaking at Daytona Beach-area's Temple Beth-El in Ormond Beach on Tuesday 10 November at 7:30pm.  It is free and open to the public.

Journalist Ray Weiss writes in the News-Journal:
Mr. Loftus worked for U.S. Justice Department and began prosecuting and deporting Nazi war criminals.
Ultimately, he discovered that many former Nazis living in the United States were on the CIA payroll and it was being covered up by the American government -- something he revealed in a "60 Minutes" interview with Mike Wallace in 1982.
"The CIA didn't have a clue," he said in a telephone interview. "They were dumped here by the British, passed off as not really Nazis, but anti-Communist freedom fighters."
He said Kristallnacht really was a "fundraising scheme" created by the SS leadership in the Nazi party, many of whom were lawyers. All insurance money to repair the Jewish businesses was immediately seized by the Nazis.
"They blamed the Jews for starting it," Loftus said of Kristallnacht. "It was a huge windfall for the early Nazis. They were that calculating."
In his speech, Loftus said he will discuss Kristallnacht and the future of the western world, one that he sees as vulnerable as in the 1930s. He says that most Middle Eastern terrorists have roots in the Muslim Brotherhood, an organization founded in 1928 that admired and supported Adolph Hitler.
"To this day, Hamas still gives the Nazi salute," he said.

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