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Berlin to get first Jew campus since alleged 'holocaut' / the $hakedown continues

Postby Hannover » 2 months 2 weeks ago (Sun Apr 09, 2017 2:35 pm)

The spin on this is nothing short of desperate.

Just another Jews Only scam at taxpayers expense. Ask yourself who gets employed here? What is it's annual funding? Who got contracts to build, equip and maintain this apartheid-like "campus".

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1. More than just a new facility, Teichtal sees the center as a step toward Chabad’s goal of re-establishing a vibrant Jewish community in the former Nazi capital, in part by welcoming and integrating Jewish immigrants from the former Soviet Union and encouraging interactions with non-Jews.

2. “Everyone in Europe talks about fears and uncertainties, we’re talking about going forward,” said the 44-year-old orthodox rabbi, looking across the large empty plot where a few containers have been set up as a temporary extension of Chabad’s kindergarten.

3. Overall, some six million European Jews were murdered by the Nazis in the Holocaust.

4. Because of its history, Germany took in some 200,000 Jews from the former Soviet Union since the fall of communism in 1989 — most of them secular and with only little knowledge about their own religion.

5. Unlike most Jewish institutions in Germany, which are behind fences and tightly guarded against anti-Semitic attacks, Teichtal says he wants the Jewish campus to be open to everyone.
“It should become a place where Jews and non-Jews can come together and meet,” he said.

1. No mention of the fact that Jews lived untouched in Berlin throughout the war.
Ah yes, Jews from the USSR to Berlin.
Yet Jews, after claiming that 6M Jews went to numerous & enormous mass graves, then desperately try the illogical canard of 'then where did the Jews go'?
see: 'J. Graf and the illogical canard: 'Where did Jews go then?' / & more'
https://forum.codoh.com/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=8272
Also see #3, #4.

2. What fears? Pure propaganda without merit. Though it does keep the cash flowing.

3. Nonsense. It's simply impossible, laughable. There is absolutely no proof.
We're talking about an alleged '6M Jews & 5M others' ... 11,000,000.
There is not a single verifiable excavated enormous mass grave with contents actually SHOWN, not just claimed, (recall the claim of 900,000 buried at Treblinka, 1,250,000 at Auschwitz, or 250,000 at Sobibor) even though Jews claim they still exist and claim to know exactly where these alleged enormous mass graves are.

4. Yet again, allegedly 'exterminated' Jews pouring out of the USSR into Germany, Israel, the US, S. America, everywhere where Jews are.
Most Jews are not religious, but consider themselves Jews.

5. If so then why is it Jew-centric in all regards? Jews can attend other German campuses, but only Jews can attend this one.
"Anti-semitic attacks"? Nonsense. It's done to make them feel exclusive, special. After all, they refer to themselves "The Chosen Ones">

Read on, comments please.

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If Jews are so sure that millions of Jews were murdered, then why do they ask such dumb questions like "what happened to them"?

http://www.breitbart.com/london/2017/04 ... holocaust/
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Berlin to See First ‘Jewish Campus’ Since Holocaust

BERLIN (AP) — Rabbi Yehuda Teichtal doesn’t get much sleep these days, but says it’s well worth it. The community rabbi and head of the Jewish outreach group Chabad in Berlin has been campaigning relentlessly to turn his dream of creating a Jewish campus in Germany into a reality.

For years, he’s lobbied the German authorities, raised millions of euros (dollars) in funds and bought a 3,000 square meter (32,000 square feet) plot of land next to Chabad’s synagogue in the German capital’s Wilmersdorf district.

More than just a new facility, Teichtal sees the center as a step toward Chabad’s goal of re-establishing a vibrant Jewish community in the former Nazi capital, in part by welcoming and integrating Jewish immigrants from the former Soviet Union and encouraging interactions with non-Jews.

“Everyone in Europe talks about fears and uncertainties, we’re talking about going forward,” said the 44-year-old orthodox rabbi, looking across the large empty plot where a few containers have been set up as a temporary extension of Chabad’s kindergarten.

The planned seven-story building will be dedicated to Jewish education, culture and sports, the first of its kind in Germany. If all goes to plan, the groundbreaking is scheduled for September and the entire campus is slated to be finished in late 2019.

German authorities approved some of the still-outstanding permissions earlier this month.

“With all the challenges we’re facing today, building this campus is a signal: We’re here to stay — otherwise we wouldn’t build,” says Teichtal, who wears a traditional beard, a velvet kippah and a black caftan.

Germany has experienced a strong influx of Jews in recent decades and Berlin has the biggest Jewish community in Germany, with about 40,000 members. Those numbers are still a far cry, however, from Germany’s flourishing Jewish community of more than 500,000 before the Nazi period, with some 120,000 Jews in Berlin alone.

Overall, some six million European Jews were murdered by the Nazis in the Holocaust.

Because of its history, Germany took in some 200,000 Jews from the former Soviet Union since the fall of communism in 1989 — most of them secular and with only little knowledge about their own religion.

When Rabbi Teichtal and his wife Leah set out from Brooklyn to Berlin 20 years ago, they came with the goal of reaching out to this group, but also to the established German Jewry. Though New York based, Chabad members are sent out as “Jewish messengers” around the globe with the aim of getting mostly unaffiliated Jews in touch with their religion.

In the last two decades, the Chabad community in Berlin has kept growing and there are now around 600 to 700 families who regularly take part in the community’s offerings, Teichtal said.

Chabad has a synagogue, an educational center, a kindergarten, an elementary and high school — but the facilities are spread over the city and so popular that the Jewish group can’t offer places to all the applicants.

With the establishment of the new 7,000 square-meter (75,300 square-feet) campus, all Chabad schools will all be united under one roof and also offer more facilities, including a library, cafeteria, movie theater, concert hall and a ballroom for weddings and other festivities. The sports center will include an indoor basketball court and opportunities for soccer and other ball games. Outside, there’ll be a playground and a garden.

The cost of the entire campus is projected at around 18 million euros ($20.3 million). It’s being funded by the federal government, Berlin’s state government, several German foundations and private donations.

Unlike most Jewish institutions in Germany, which are behind fences and tightly guarded against anti-Semitic attacks, Teichtal says he wants the Jewish campus to be open to everyone.

“It should become a place where Jews and non-Jews can come together and meet,” he said.
Imagine in a real / legit court of law where someone claims that millions of people were murdered and dumped into mass graves, but then could not produce the mass graves. They would be laughed out of that court.


If it can't happen as alleged, then it didn't.

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Re: Berlin to get first Jew campus since alleged 'holocaut' / the $hakedown continues

Postby Hektor » 2 months 2 weeks ago (Sun Apr 09, 2017 3:25 pm)

5. Unlike most Jewish institutions in Germany, which are behind fences and tightly guarded against anti-Semitic attacks, Teichtal says he wants the Jewish campus to be open to everyone.
“It should become a place where Jews and non-Jews can come together and meet,” he said.



It should be noted that the "Antisemitic Attacks" don't come from Germans as the omission seems to suggest. Those attacks are mostly the work of Islamic immigrants who mostly aren't that fond of Jews.

As for the Campus the Holocaust-bonus should get them more than sufficient leverage to get public funding for his projects, etc.

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Re: Berlin to get first Jew campus since alleged 'holocaut' / the $hakedown continues

Postby cold beer » 2 months 2 weeks ago (Tue Apr 11, 2017 12:05 am)

It won't be long until they have someone from israel calling in bomb threats so they can shake down the taxpayers for countless millions for 'security'.

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Re: Berlin to get first Jew campus since alleged 'holocaut' / the $hakedown continues

Postby Hannover » 2 months 2 weeks ago (Tue Apr 11, 2017 12:39 am)

cold beer wrote:It won't be long until they have someone from israel calling in bomb threats so they can shake down the taxpayers for countless millions for 'security'.

Here you go.

Israel / Jew arrested for dozens of fake 'hate crimes'
http://www.breitbart.com/big-government ... oax-spree/
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last month concerned a suspect who allegedly vandalized Chicago’s Loop Synagogue and was apparently caught on surveillance video camera. The man, already facing a March trial on unrelated charges, was charged with a hate crime.

In December, a synagogue was vandalized with feces in Santa Monica, California. No arrest has yet been made in that case.

Almost all of the other hate crimes in recent weeks and months have been false bomb threats. Now, Israeli police believe they have identified the person responsible for most of those threats, which sparked panic worldwide."

Staged 'antisemitic' crimes are the rule, not the exception.

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The impossible 'holocau$t' storyline is the classic use of The Big Lie tactic, which says the bigger the lie, the more it will be believed.
If it can't happen as alleged, then it didn't.

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Re: Berlin to get first Jew campus since alleged 'holocaut' / the $hakedown continues

Postby cold beer » 2 months 1 week ago (Thu Apr 20, 2017 8:43 pm)

Hannover wrote:
cold beer wrote:It won't be long until they have someone from israel calling in bomb threats so they can shake down the taxpayers for countless millions for 'security'.

Here you go.

Israel / Jew arrested for dozens of fake 'hate crimes'
http://www.breitbart.com/big-government ... oax-spree/
excerpts:
last month concerned a suspect who allegedly vandalized Chicago’s Loop Synagogue and was apparently caught on surveillance video camera. The man, already facing a March trial on unrelated charges, was charged with a hate crime.

In December, a synagogue was vandalized with feces in Santa Monica, California. No arrest has yet been made in that case.

Almost all of the other hate crimes in recent weeks and months have been false bomb threats. Now, Israeli police believe they have identified the person responsible for most of those threats, which sparked panic worldwide."

Staged 'antisemitic' crimes are the rule, not the exception.

- H.

The impossible 'holocau$t' storyline is the classic use of The Big Lie tactic, which says the bigger the lie, the more it will be believed.


I'm shocked that it was ever disclosed to the public.
This is one story they'll never escape, it will always be brought up when they claim they're being terrorized.


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