The latest form of Jew hatred is comparing the Shoah with illegal immigration centres in America.

The hypocrisy is breath-taking. Here is the reaction from the Democrats when Sean Spicer compared  Hitler with Syrian President Bashar al-Assad  and his reference to concentration camps as “Holocaust centers,” April 13 2017.

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., called for the White House press secretary’s resignation.

“Sean Spicer must be fired, and the president must immediately disavow his spokesman’s statements,” Pelosi said in a statement released by her office. “Either he is speaking for the president, or the president should have known better than to hire him.”

Politicians, professors, pundits and proletarians have had a field day comparing President Trump and his immigration policies with Hitler, the Holocaust and concentration camps. These comparisons began before he was chosen as the Republican Presidential candidate. But it was this letter to the editor that finally did me in; the final nail in the coffin, the straw that broke the camel’s back when it comes to belittling the evil of Hitler.

The letter was posted in the Globe and Mail June 22. That the letter was submitted is one thing-that the paper published it speaks to the propaganda of the media and their collusion in the abuse of “NAZI.”

Re Trump Ends Policy Of Family Separation (June 21): Donald Trump has a problem getting migrant kids and parents back together again, a logistical issue. He missed an opportunity to make the administration of this easy. All he had to do was tattoo ID numbers on the arm of each child and adult. It has been done before.

Alan Jackson, Ridgetown, Ont.

The Toronto Star had an opinion piece from a Progressive Jew-who in my opinion is a Progressive globalist more than a Jew,who thinks it acceptable to compare the Deportation centres in America to the Holocaust.

She writes “Young Americans are overwhelmingly ignorant about Nazi Germany. According a recent survey, two-thirds of millennials don’t know what Auschwitz was and the vast majority of Americans have never visited a Holocaust museum.”

I agree with her on the lack of education. But this is her idea of educating young people on the Holocaust?  Comparing temporary detention centres with places that were one step away from the ovens? This is despicable. It’s more than despicable. I just find can’t the words. Perhaps you can.


Lets get a look at the detention centres shall we?


And here is a description of one of the centres.

The massive shelter retains a warehouse vibe — noisy but highly organized, with scores of staffers leading skeins of boys to various activities. In recreation rooms, some boys watched a soccer match on TV; some took part in a tai chi class; others played pool or foosball (in one case with a cue ball). Still others sat in classrooms. Because of the crowding, the boys attend school in six-hour morning or afternoon shifts, five days a week. The bedrooms reporters were shown seemed antiseptically clean.




Auschwitz 33


ovens-not for cooking

Jacob Weindling wrote that ” MSNBC correspondent Jacob Soboroff was one of the first journalists to go into these detention centers after Senator Ed Markey was denied entry. He was invited by the Department of Homeland Security. Keep in mind this is what it looks like when they’re expecting visitors. This thread shook me to my core.If you’ve ever wondered what you would have done during the rise of Nazi Germany, it’s whatever you’re doing right now.”

In one of his tweets, June, 13 Soboroff tweeted:

I have been inside a federal prison and county jails.
This place is called a shelter but these kids are incarcerated.
No cells and no cages, and they get to go to classes about American history and watch Moana, but they’re in custody.

Read the rest here.

I scrolled through Google. This is some of what I found coming from America.

On  Morning Joe, Joe Scarborough said:

“I know that children are being marched away to showers . . . being told they are, just like the Nazis said they were taking people to showers and then they never came back.”



Michael Hayden, former NSA director compared the US immigration policy to Auschwitz posted on his twitter account a murky photo of the train tracks entering the concentration and extermination camps of Auschwitz-Birkenau with a sombre caption. “Other governments have separated mothers and children.”


One “Critic”  Harry Leslie Smith tweeted

I would warn journalists who are visiting some of these migrant camps for children in America that show migrant kids playing that the Nazis also built Theresienstadt to show the world’s press and Red Cross how well Jews were treated in concentration camps. #MigrantCrisis.


In an interview on MSNBC’s All in With Chris Hayes on June 4, Sen. Jeff Merkley, D-Ore., visited a processing center in McAllen, Texas. Merkley said part of the facility “had a series of cages that look a lot like dog kennels in which people had recently arrived and been put into them.”

On Friday’s “MSNBC Live with Stephanie Ruhle,” former Republican National Committee chairman Michael Steele and former Obama 2012 deputy campaign manager Stephanie Cutter compared the Trump administration’s detention centers for illegal immigrant children to Nazi concentration camps. Steele also ominously warned viewers that their “kids could be next” to be placed in such concentration camps.

“We can’t find a solution to this problem without harming children? Without putting them into concentration camps?,” Cutter pleaded. Steele doubled down on the extreme rhetoric: “I call this a concentration camp for kids because that’s exactly what it’s turning out to [be]. When you give kids 22 hours of lockup time and two hours of air time, what else can it be?”  He then went even further, offering viewers this ominous warning: “And if this is where this country is going, the American people need to wake up and pay attention. Because your kids could be next.”

Open the link and watch the video.

More below, but first I must take you to BARACK OBAMA

December 2017  Obama, (the real serpent in the garden), made these comments only hours before Trump declared Jerusalem to be the capital of Israel.

Obama said that America must…

tend to this garden of democracy or else things could fall apart quickly.”That’s what happened in Germany in the 1930s which, despite the democracy of the Weimar Republic and centuries of high-level cultural and scientific achievements, [Adolf] Hitler rose to dominate.” And “Sixty million people died, so you’ve got to pay attention – and vote.”

Take a look at the conditions for illegal immigrants under Obama.

And then, of course, there was Obama’s call NOT to send  your children unaccompanied to America.

Former President Barack Obama told Latin American parents in June 2014 not to send their kids to the United States’ Southern Border because his administration would send them back if they made it.

“Our message absolutely is don’t send your children unaccompanied, on trains or through a bunch of smugglers,” Obama said. “We don’t even know how many of these kids don’t make it, and may have been waylaid into sex trafficking or killed because they fell off a train.

Why let facts and details get in the way of a good narrative. One that has been promoted, or is that propagandized, since before Trump was elected.

The main stream media is playing with fire. Far too many Americans are fed lies and believe them, just as they believed MSM when they were told that Hillary would win. Pravda would be proud.

But wait! There’s more!

People comparing Trump to Hitler

Massachusetts Congressman Seth Moulton when Trump was running for President.

Rep. Jim Clyburn of South Carolina, a top Democrat, told Don Lemon on CNN that what the country is experiencing now can only be compared to Germany in 1934, “right after… Adolf Hitler was elected chancellor.”

In August, Sen. Maria Chappelle-Nadal, a Democrat, said in a Facebook comment that she hoped for Trump’s assassination. On Thursday morning, she tweeted a takeoff of a Dove cosmetic ad many called racist.In the original ad, a black woman is pictured taking off a shirt to reveal a white woman. In Chappelle-Nadal’s post, Trump takes off a shirt to reveal Adolf Hitler.


Council woman LaWana Mayfield, representative for district 3, sent her tweet around 11:00 a.m. saying: “For all who read about Hitler you are now living how he reigned in #45 #DraftDoger #ClinicalSociopath #ASKAboutYemen #IdiotinChief”

And here are  seven comparisons dated December 2016.

David Patterson, a chair in Holocaust Studies at the University of Texas at Dallas, there is absolutely no comparison to Nazi concentration camps.

In the most notorious camps, “There were no children, because children were murdered with their mother upon arrival.”

The inmates lost every possession they had including the fillings in their teeth. In order to receive their daily ration of food, they had to repeat the number tattooed on their arm in German.

“Prisoners were subjected to constant humiliation and dehumanization, as they were systematically starved to death, worked to death, and beaten to death,” Patterson said.

In the morning, the inmates had to drag away dead bodies.

That won’t stop these propagandists from abusing the horror of the Holocaust to take down a duly elected President. Pity there weren’t more concerned citizens calling out Hitler when it really mattered.


From the Ethics of the Fathers: “Rabbi Tarfon used to say, it is not incumbent upon you to complete the task, but you are not exempt from undertaking it.”