The German government has struck a deal with the “Jewish Claims Conference” that will pay 772 million Euros (1 billion dollars) over 3 years as additional reparations to solely Jewish individuals that lived in German occupied territories in World War II.
This money is not only for Jews that were imprisoned in concentration camps, but also applies to Jews who lived in open Ghettos within the German occupation sphere.
The negotiator for the Jewish Claims Conference, former U.S. ambassador (coincidence, of course) Stuart Eizenstat stated with glee at the very profitable result at a time of worldwide economic depression: “This is all the more impressive since it comes at a time of budget austerity in Germany.”
Aside from this, those Jewish individuals who claim Holocaust survivor benefits (had to have lived at least 3 months in a concentration camp) already receive 300 Euros per month from the German government.
This is clearly a preferential treatment, as Jews were by no means the only ethnic group who lived in concentration camps, yet only Jews receive this money.
German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble immediately dismissed the repayment of what is called the “Forced Occupational Loan” taken by the Third Reich from Greece, which totals into the hundreds of billions. The loan was recognized by the WWII government of Germany, which had already begun to repay it before the war ended.
The Allies decided that Greece had to forgive the loan to the new government’s they implemented in Germany, as it was taken under a deposed regime, and cancelled it.
Meanwhile, today the German government pays generous reparations to not only just Jewish inmates of concentration camps, but also Jews who lost business and had to live on rations, as if there aren’t citizens who had to endure the same conditions in every other nation affected by World War II.
Many questions naturally arise: Why doesn’t the Greek government lobby for repayment of the Forced Occupation Loan? Why is such a notion immediately dismissed by Germany, when an agreement was clearly made over it? The decision of the German government is suspicious, to say the least, as it discriminates between the many millions who suffered during the horrors of World War II, the categories are: Jews and non-Jews.
Where is the loud voice of Nils Muzniaks and the European Union to confront this blatant discrimination? Where is the World Jewish Committee to demand racial equality and blind justice? Where is the constitutional arc of Greece, and its concern to eliminate discrimination based on origin, religion, or race? The hypocrisy speaks loudly, for those vehement attackers of Golden Dawn.
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