78-året :”Krystalnatten”; Antijødisk progrom i Nazityskland 1938

9.November 2016 04:48

78 år efter “Krystalnatten” – den fascistiske “Rigspogrom” mod Tysklands jødiske mindretal – rejses det demokratiske krav om forbud mod de fascistiske organisationer med fornyet styrke !

BERLIN (* ) Idag, eller rettere natten mellem den 9. og 10.November, mindes vi igen den berygtede “Rigs-progrom-nat” i det nazistiske Tyskland.
Natten efter den 9. November 1938 organiserede det fascistiske Hitler-Regime i hele det Tyske Rige en barbarisk Terrorbølge rettet mod jødiske borgere.
Omkring 700 mennesker blev myrdet oder in den Suizid getrieben. Mere end 400 Synagoger og tusinder jüdische Betstuben, Versammlungsräume und Geschäfte wurden zerstört, geplündert und in vielen Fällen niedergebrannt. Die Pogrome dieser Nacht bildeten den Auftakt zu einer Welle der Massenverhaftungen von etwa 30.000 Juden. Sie wurden fast alle in den faschistischen Konzentrationslagern bestialisch ermordet.
* * * * * * Synagogen i Essen, en af 200 jødiske forsamlingshuse som blev angrebet under den fascistiske Krystalnats-progrom den 9.November 1938; som et led i fascisternes rigsprogrom mod Tysklands jødiske mindretal.
Den 9. November 1938 wurden in Deutschland durch einen von SA-Truppen angeführten Mob nahezu alle Synagogen in Brand gesetzt, mehr als 7.500 jüdische Geschäfte zerstört, Juden durch die Straßen gejagt und etwa einhundert von ihnen ermordet; 30.000 wurden darüber hinaus verhaftet und in die Konzentrationslager Buchenwald, Sachsenhausen und Dachau deportiert.

Den antijødiske progrom den 9.november var Nazitysklands “svar” på hvad der i de fascistiske medier blev kaldt det “jødebolsjevikiske terrorattentat”, mod den tyske ambassade i Paris, hvor under en tysk diplomat bliver dræbt af den 17-årige jødisk flygtning, Herschel Grynszpan, et barn af af Polish-Jewish parents who grew up in Germany.
Den unge Grynszpan dræbte Ernst vom Rath, a Nazi representative in Paris and member of the SA, Hitler’s Stormtroopers.
Grynszpan carried out the killing immediately after the Nazi regime beordrede deportationen af omkring 12 tusind polske jøder, his parents included, who were brutally rounded up and dumped on the Polish border. The assassination was invoked as the pretext for the Kristallnacht pogroms against the Jewish population of Germany. Grynszpan was jailed first by the French government and then by the Nazis, and was most likely murdered in Sachsenhausen concentration camp in 1942.
Krystalnattens terror mod Tysklands og Østrigs jødiske mindretal var ein weiterer Höhepunkt in der Vorbereitung des faschistischen Regimes auf die kriegerischen Expansionspläne der deutschen Imperialisten. Bereits 1933 war die Kommunistische Partei als entschiedenste Gegnerin der faschistischen Diktatur verboten worden und ihre Mitglieder und Funktionäre verschwanden zu Tausenden in den KZ’s. Viele von ihnen leisteten zusammen mit Sozialdemokraten, Christen, Juden und anderen aber auch mutigen Widerstand – unter ständiger Todesgefahr – gegen den Faschismus.

So notwendig das Gedenken und Mahnen angesichts der damaligen Terrorherrschaft ist, geht es an diesem Jahrestag insbesondere auch um Schlussfolgerungen für den aktiven Widerstand heute. In den Ansprachen der Spitzenpolitiker wird diese Seite weitgehend ausgeblendet oder verharmlost. So vertrat Bundespräsident Horst Köhler mit Blick auf den gleichzeitig stattfindenden Jahrestag zum Mauerfall, die deutsche Teilung habe auch deshalb überwunden werden können, weil “wir Deutsche die nötigen Lehren aus unserer Geschichte zwischen 1933 und 1945 gezogen haben”.

Was für die Masse der Bevölkerung Deutschlands mit ihrer antifaschistischen Grundhaltung und die demokratische Volksbewegung der DDR zweifellos im Wesentlichen zutrifft, steht jedoch im krassen Gegensatz zur staatlichen Duldung und Förderung der Neofaschisten in der Bundesrepublik. Noch nie war – selbst nach offiziellen Angaben – die Zahl faschistischer Angriffe auf Leib und Leben von Menschen so hoch wie im letzten Jahr. Zunehmend richten sich diese Angriffe gegen Gewerkschafter, Antifaschisten, Linke und vor allem Marxisten-Leninisten.

Auch am 14.November 2009 ist in Wunsiedel ein provokativer Gedenkmarsch der NPD für den vor einigen Tagen gestorbenen Vize-NPD-Chef und NPD-Finanziers Jürgen Rieger geplant. Er war eine Schlüsselfigur für die Verbindung der NPD zu den besonders aggressiven und brutalen “freien Kameradschaften” und hat sich zwischen 2002 und 2006 ca. 270.000 Euro an staatlichen Zuschüssen aus Steuergeldern erschlichen. Und dies alles unter den Augen der in höchsten Führungsebenen der NPD tätigen Agenten des Verfassungsschutzes.

Regierung und Monopole forcieren die Faschisten mehr denn je als offen terroristische Stoßtrupps gegen die revolutionäre Arbeiterbewegung, ihre revolutionäre Partei sowie andere fortschrittliche Kräfte. Der heutige Jahrestag ist daher vor allem auch Anlass, für das Verbot aller faschistischen Organisationen und ihrer Propaganda einzutreten und die breite Aktionseinheit aller Antifaschisten dafür zu organisieren.

I November 2011, 73 år efter den fascistiske progrom mod Tysklands jødiske mindretal kunne tyske medier afsløre at en neonazistisk terrorgruppe (NSU) med hjælp fra det hemmelige politi, gennem flere år havde terroriseret Tysklands “tyrkiske ” mindretal :ni indvandrere og en politibetjent blev myrdet i perioden fra år 2000 til 2007.

75 år efter “Krystalnatten”:

Hver tredje jøde i Europa overvejer at emigrere, at flygte til et sikrere og tryggere sted på baggrund af den den højreradikale antisemitiske hetz, trusler vold og terror mod Europas jødiske og andre minoriteter (Roma, Sinti,muslimer,afrikanere og andre).

Det er konklusionen på en undersøgelse som; FRA: EU´s Kontor for Grundlæggende Rettigheder og Diskrimination offentliggjorde igår.

BBC´s ANDREW HIGGINS skriver
Bruxelles ( 8.November 2013) Frygten for et stadig mere udbredt jødehad (anti-Semitisme) in Europe has prompted nearly a third of European Jews to consider emigration because they do not feel safe in their home country, according to a detailed survey of Jewish perceptions released Friday by a European Union agency that monitors discrimination and other violations of basic rights.

The survey, by the bloc’s Fundamental Rights Agency, focused on eight countries that account for more than 90 percent of Europe’s Jewish population and found that “while member states have made sustained efforts to combat anti-Semitism, the problem is still widespread.”

The Vienna-based agency, in a lengthy report on its findings, did not reach any conclusions about the cause of a perception among European Jews of rising bias. But the results of its survey suggest that prejudices traditionally associated with far-right nationalist political groups like those that collaborated with the Nazis during World War II have now spread to other segments of society and are increasingly driven by conflict in the Middle East rather than homegrown bigotry.

One-third of respondents said they considered statements critical of Israel as anti-Semitic.

Men kritik af den zionistiske Apartheid- og terrorstat Israel er ikke antisemitisme, enhver ægte antifascist, demokrat eller jøde kritiserer Staten Israel´s systematiske forbrydelser mod Folkeretten, FN´s Charter såvel som det martrede palæstinensiske folks grundlæggende rettigheder. Netop fordi zionisterne; ligesom fascisterne og de højredikale antisemitter i Europa såvel som i den arabiske verden (Al Kaida) hævder at Staten Israels politik er udtryk for “jødisk politik” i praksis.
Med staten Israels kyniske og systematiske brud mod Folkeretten, og utallige FN resolutioner undergraver De zionistiske ledre af staten Israel ikke bare legitimiteten af FN´s Charter og Folkeretten men skaber også (uberettiget ) grobund for en svækkelse af kampen mod antisemitismen og jødehadet idet de højreradikale grupper i både Europa og i den arabiske verden pålægger alverdens jøder ansvaret for Staten Israels forbrydelser mod Folkeretten.

“It paints a clear picture of an issue in Europe today that we need to address more firmly and take seriously,” said Morten Kjærum, the Danish director of the Fundamental Rights Agency, an independent organization funded by the European Union. He said he was particularly struck that 29 percent of those surveyed said they had considered emigrating because of security considerations. “That is a clear indication of an issue we need to address,” he said in a telephone interview.

The survey gathered information fra cirka seks tusind jøder living in Belgium, Britain, France, Germany, Ungary, Italy, Letland a and Sweden. The data was collected online by respondents who identified themselves as Jewish, but Mr. Kjærum said the process nonetheless provided a “fairly representative” sampling of views.

Jewish groups in countries like France have long warned that Europe’s economic crisis, lingering prejudice and a surge of Muslim immigrants often hostile to Israel have stoked a revival of hostility toward Jews. But the new survey, released on the eve of the 75th anniversary of Kristallnacht violence against Jews in Nazi Germany, gives the first detailed snapshot of Jewish perceptions of the problem across Europe.

Sixty-six percent of respondents said they considered anti-Semitism to be a major problem in their countries, while 76 percent said the situation had become more acute over the past five years.

The Internet has become a particular cause for concern among European Jews, with 75 percent of those surveyed stating that they considered anti-Semitism a problem online. Nearly the same proportion said they believed it had grown more serious over the past five years. A quarter said they had experienced some form of anti-Semitic harassment.

Physical violence, however, is comparatively rare, with 4 percent responding that they had experienced violence or threats of violence because they were Jewish in the year before the survey.

Most previous efforts to assess the level of anti-Semitism have relied on the number of officially reported incidents of harassment or physical violence in individual countries. Such figures, however, appear to understate the extent of the problem, as most incidents are not reported and only 13 of the 28 countries in the European Union collect data on anti-Semitic incidents.

More than three-quarters of Jews with experience of anti-Semitic harassment who took part in the survey said they had not reported the incidents to the police.
. . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . ‘

Anti-Semitism in Europe has historically been connected to højreradikale nationalist groups, often those with links to conservative elements of the Roman Catholic Church. These include groups like Action Française, an organization founded in the late 19th century that rallied to the collaborationist Vichy government of Marshal Philippe Pétain during World War II and continued in various forms until the late 20th century.

This strand continues in places like Hungary, where the virulently anti-Semitic Jobbik party has surged with support from extreme Hungarian nationalists. Ninety percent of Jews surveyed in Hungary ranked anti-Semitism as a “very big” or “fairly big” problem, the highest level in Europe.

In other countries, however, hostility to Jews is now rooted more on the left (ultra venstre opportunistiske grupper: (Blekingade-grupppen) and in Muslim immigrant communities, (højreradikale Al Kaida-grupper) the survey’s findings indicate. More than three-quarters of respondents in Belgium and France, both of which have large populations of Muslim immigrants, identified anti-Semitism as a problem. Eighty percent of respondents in the two countries described immigration as a problem, too, suggesting tense relations between Jewish communities and recently arrived immigrants.

Højreradikale “nytige idioter” demonstrrer sympati for Nazitysklands Führer , Hitler

About 90 percent of respondents in Belgium and France reported that the Arab-Israeli conflict had had a “notable impact” on the safety of Jews. Only 40 percent reported the same in Hungary, which has few Muslim immigrants, while a majority of respondents in most other countries surveyed said tensions in the Middle East had affected their feelings of safety either a “great deal” or a “fair amount.”

Kilde: BBC:Kristallnacht 75 years on: How strong is anti-Semitism in Germany?

Hollandsk politiker opfordrer jøder til at “udvandre til USA eller Israel”

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