30 August 2012

Evian 1938/Teheran 2012: Green Light for Genocide

Seventy years ago, six million of my people were exterminated in an act of genocide. The world pledged 'never again'; it passed treaties against genocide; it formed the United Nations; it made a commitment that his thing will never be repeated. Today, over 120 countries are in Tehran, saluting a regime that not only denies the Holocaust but pledges to annihilate the Jewish state. Many in the international community appear to have learned nothing. This is a disgrace and a stain on humanity.
Benjamin Netanyahu, Prime Minister of Israel, 29 August 2012.

Teheran NAM Conference, August 2012 – In the Iranian capital, delegates from 120 countries joined the UN Secretary General in a meeting honoring a genocidal regime building nuclear weapons and the rocketry to delivery them. Their silence was deafening as Iranian Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei called for the obliteration of Israel, an illegitimate state of "bloodthirsty Zionist wolves." They set the stage for a second Holocaust. At the NAM Conference, Ahmadinejad was given the green light to destroy the Jewish State.

Evian Conference, July 1938 - In a charming town on the French side of Lake Geneva, delegates from 32 countries participated in a conference that set the stage for the Holocaust. They all closed their countries’ doors to Jews and passed no resolution condemning the Nazi treatment of Jews in Germany. At the Evian Conference, Hitler was given a green light to destroy European Jewry.

At Evian, the Nazis were granted a license to murder these children rounded up for deportation to the Chelmno death camp
International License for Mass Murder
The nations that did nothing to prevent the murder of 6,000,000 Jews in Europe or collaborated with the Nazis have built memorials to honor those dead Jews. They are once again doing nothing to prevent a Second Holocaust. As a wake up call, artist Mel Alexenberg proposes designing in advance Holocaust memorials for the 6,000,000 Israeli Jews incinerated by an Iranian nuclear bomb that nobody is seriously trying to stop.

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