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Holocaust Survivor Calls for AOC To ‘Be Removed From Congress’ for ‘Hatred & Stupidity’

Freshman New York Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has been on the receiving end of waves of criticism over her remarks on June 18 comparing migrant holding centers on the U.S.-Mexico border to Nazi-era concentration camps.
Though she claimed at the time that she wasn’t making the comparison to Nazi camps, the language she used in the video, including the phrase “Never Again,” is a direct reference to the tragedies of the Holocaust.
While multiple Holocaust organizations have weighed in on the controversy, perhaps the most powerful statement came from 93-year-old Ed Mosberg, a Holocaust survivor who serves as president of Holocaust commemoration group From The Depths.
According to the New York Post, Mosberg has a simple solution to hold Ocasio-Cortez accountable for her disrespectful comparison — remove her from Congress.
“She should be removed from Congress. She’s spreading anti-Semitism, hatred and stupidity,” Mosberg told the Post. 
While many of the lawmaker’s friends both in the establishment media and on Capitol Hill defended the congresswoman’s statements, Mosberg highlighted the one crystal clear difference between people in concentration camps and people in holding centers on the border.
“The people on the border aren’t forced to be there — they go there on their own will. If someone doesn’t know the difference, either they’re playing stupid or they just don’t care” he explained.
Mosberg originally took the high road after Ocasio-Cortez’s disgusting comparison and offered to provide her a personal tour of the death camps, including Auschwitz, where he lost his family and barely escaped alive. He’s provided similar tours for other politicians, most notably for Iowa Rep. Steve King, a Republican who encouraged Ocasio-Cortez to take him up on the offer.
But Ocasio-Cortez made clear she wasn’t interested, even after King’s encouragement, and used the public invitation as an attack on the Iowa lawmaker and Republicans in general. 
“The last time you went on this trip it was reported that you also met w/ fringe Austrian neo-Nazi groups to talk shop. So I’m going to have to decline your invite. But thank you for revealing to all how transparently the far-right manipulates these moments for political gain,” Ocasio-Cortez tweeted on June 23.
Mosberg saw her public rejection of the invitation and didn’t hold back. And deservedly so.
“Her statement is evil. It hurts a lot of people. At the concentration camp, we were not free. We were forced there by the Germans who executed and murdered people — there’s no way you can compare,” Mosberg said.
Since losing his family and nearly his own life in the concentration camps, Mosberg has had the courage to go back on many occasions to help educate people on the horrors that took place under Nazi rule. From the Depths has reportedly taken 20 lawmakers to the camps, many of whom are shocked by what they learn about what happened there.
“They were very shaken and upset learning about the torture, torment and murder,” he said. “They think every congressman should go to see it. She [AOC] doesn’t want to go. Unless you go into that dark place, you can’t understand it,” Mosberg told the Post. 
Not long after posting her original video making the comparison, Ocasio-Cortez doubled down, saying she would “never apologize” for her remarks and continued to bash the Trump administration and the officials on the border for perceived injustices.
But men like Mosberg know that words, especially from high-profile politicians, have power. And what she said was irresponsible and demeaning to Jewish people everywhere — especially those with personal connections to actual concentration camps.
Mosberg also has in mind an award Ocasio-Cortez should receive for her absurd comparison.
“If you’re not there, you will never know what happened. She doesn’t want to learn — she’s looking for excuses. I would like to nominate her for the Nobel Prize in stupidity.”
Me too, Mr. Mosberg. Me too.

9 comments:

  1. That whiny Zionist is a hypocrite and should look at Gaza..When the Nazis came to power they did not start gassing people. The first people rounded up were placed in internment camps and from there ..... it escalated. This whiny Zionist should get her history right before making BS claims

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    1. There were no gassings - period. Confirmed by a formal investigation in 1988 and the obvious lies of "witnesses", Nothing they said was possible. None of the so-called homicidal gas chambers had proper sealants for windows, doors or electric switches, plus a hundred other things too lengthy to go into here.

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    2. The government of Poland ordered forensic testing of the remains of alleged gas chambers at the Auschwitz concentration camp and learned that rooms made of those remains could never have been used as gas chambers. Soon, anyone who does not know this important fact will be considered ignorant.
      http://www.ihr.org/jhr/v20/v20n2p-3_Rudolf.html

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  2. “Anti-semite” has lost its sting, because every justified criticism of the Zionist Israeli government is declared to be anti-semitism. The word is so overused and misapplied as to be useless. Indeed, to be declared “anti-semite” by the Israel Lobby is to be declared a person of high moral conscience. Anti-semite, no I like Arabs!

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    1. Earlier dictionaries define Semites as members of the Arabic Race. Now dictionaries define Semites as those who live in a country where a Semitic language is spoken. Big difference. Original based on DNA; the latter based on official language of the country. By the same construction, an Aryan would be someone who lives in a country that speaks an Indo-Aryan language like English. So, everyone living in America is an Aryan, ha.
      Israelis don't qualify as Semites even by the new, irrational definition because though Jews have adopted the Hebrew alphabet, they don't speak an Arabic tongue (Aramaic bases). They speak Yiddish, which is a Germanized Khazarian tongue.

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  3. Speaking of fake jews!

    In 2001, Dr. Ariella Oppenheim, of Hebrew University, a biologist, published the first extensive study of DNA and the origin of the Jews. Her research found that virtually all the Jews came from Khazar blood. Not only that but Oppenheim discovered that the Palestinians—the very people whom the Jews had been persecuting and ejecting from Israel’s land since 1948—had more Israelite blood than did the Jews. In sum, the vast majority of the Jews were not Jews; some of the Palestinians were. Some of the Palestinians even had a DNA chromosome which established that they were “Cohens”—workers at the ancient Temple and synagogues of the Jews.

    Now comes the ultimate, definitive DNA study, by Dr. Eran Elhaik and associates at the McKusick-Nathans Institute of Genetic Medicine, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. Entitled, The Missing Link of Jewish European Ancestry: Contrasting the Rhineland and the Khazarian Hypotheses, and published by the Oxford Journal on behalf of the Society for Molecular Biology and Evolution, the study confirms Oppenheim’s research and the many scholarly books.

    Dr. Elhaik and the prestigious Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine conclude in their report: “The Khazarian Hypothesis suggests that Eastern European Jews descended from the Khazars, an amalgam of Turkic clans that settled the Caucasus in the early centuries CE and Converted to Judaism in the eighth century...Following the collapse of their empire, the Judeo-Khazars fled to Eastern Europe. The rise of European Jewry is therefore explained by the contribution of the Judeo-Khazars.”


    Israeli Report admits they are Descendants of Khazars
    http://www.batr.org/terror/122314.html

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    1. I am familiar with the Oppenheim study. What I find most telling was the observation that Palestinian men selected at random in Israel tested positive for the Cohen gene more frequently than Ashkenazim Rabbis with the surname "Cohen". Anthropologists and Historians suggest the Khazarian Shamans changed their names to "Cohen" when the Khazarian king converted to Judaism in the 8th century A.D.
      Oppenheim also discovered that the closest genetic match to Sephardic Jews of North Africa were the Kurds. Dr. Shlomo Sand of Tel Av-iv University claims Sephardic Jews are descendants of Berbers who also converted to Judaism, as did the Persian Queen celebrated on the Feast of Purim.

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  4. Not crazy about AOC, but wth! "Did (((they))) register the words, :Never Again"? THose words now belong to (((them)))? Give me a break!!!

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  5. Wonderful! Turn the Lefties against ZOG.

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