The TRUTH behind Merkel

Merkel better Goyim

 

After speaking in yiddish to the Knesset, Merkel says [translated], “I thank you all that I am allowed today to speak to you in my mother tongue.” Merkel’s mother tongue is not German but is the language in which Jews alone speak to one another. In the text beneath the video it states that Merkel also got an award from a Jewish Freemasonic Lodge which awards only Lodge members. Merkel has a Jewish passport and dual citizenship. Germans have for a long time wondered about her heritage which is now clear. The elders of zion control the shadow government which has ruled Germany since the end of World War II.

The German foreign ministry has talked of wanting to “create a positive atmosphere appropriate to the close partnership of our countries.” But after Germany’s decision earlier this week to abstain from voting on enhancing the Palestinians’ status in the U.N. General Assembly, followed by the Israeli decision to build 3000 new settler homes in East Jerusalem and the West Bank, relations between the two countries have reached a historic low.

Israel’s ambassador to Germany, Yakov Hadas-Handelsmann, expressed his surprise about Germany’s U.N. abstention. By all accounts, the Israeli government had believed Germany would join Israel, the U.S. and Canada, along with six other countries, in voting against the decision.In Berlin, it is widely believed that Daniel Barenboim, the esteemed pianist and conductor and the only person in the world to hold both Israeli and Palestinian passports, was instrumental in steering German officials to abstain. Although there is no official confirmation of the rumors, it is believed Barenboim’s intervention helped Merkel reach the decision she would not pander to Netanyahu’s wishes.

On Holocaust Remembrance Day, German leader warns of rising anti-Semitism in country, calls to create position of anti-Semitism commissioner

German chancellor Angela Merkel looks on after addressing the annual World Economic Forum (WEF) on January 24, 2018 in Davos, eastern Switzerland. (AFP PHOTO / Fabrice COFFRINI)

German chancellor Angela Merkel looks on after addressing the annual World Economic Forum (WEF) on January 24, 2018 in Davos, eastern Switzerland. (AFP PHOTO / Fabrice COFFRINI)

German Chancellor Angela Merkel warned of rising anti-Semitism in her country on International Holocaust Remembrance Day, calling the need to protect Jewish buildings “a disgrace.”

It is important to remember the millions of Holocaust victims because recently, “anti-Semitism, racism, and the hatred of others are more relevant,” Merkel said in her weekly podcast on Saturday.

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