Sunday, September 11, 2005

Why commemorate what you never cared about?

Ditch Holocaust day, advisers urge Blair heads the Sunday Times.
Advisers appointed by Tony Blair after the London bombings are proposing to scrap the Jewish Holocaust Memorial Day because it is regarded as offensive to Muslims.
I agree with the proposal, although the motives for scrapping it are funny: Life itself is offensive to Muslims, so we all might as well kill ourselves.
Holocaust Day was established by Blair in 2001 after a sustained campaign by Jewish leaders to create a lasting memorial to the 6m victims of Hitler. It is marked each year on January 27.
Just to remind you: The Holocaust took place during WW2, mostly between 1941 and 1944.

Blair instituted a memorial day 60 years later. And before him, no British leader felt the need to. And I fully understand why: The British did not care about the Jews when there was still so much that could be done to save them ALL. Before and even during the war.

But like the rest of the allies, they very deliberately chose not to.

So pardon the language, but fuck them and their commemoration. I think they should give the Muslims what they want. They deserve each other.

Think about this: British homegrown Muslims massacre Britons on trains and buses. And as a result, Blair gets advised to snub the Jews. Makes perfect sense to me.


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