ZEIT online has an interview with a racism expert. They don’t mean Trump this time. The ‘expert’ is a Muslim lecturer. His name: Karim Fereidonni.
He declines the need for an Antisemitism Secretary in the German government. I couldn’t agree more, but you will see what direction that takes. Just keep in the back of your mind that he says that the existing general anti-discrimination authority is good enough.
The authoritarian newspaper asks if students should be forced to visit holocaust sites. Fereidonni is open to the idea, but emphasizes that this must really be about all Germans not just those whose families migrated rather recently.
Then he drops the bomb and lies: “It is not yet settled knowledge that Arab youths are more antisemitic than their German peers.”
ZEIT finds excuses for antisemitism and asks if Muslims do need to ‘prepare’ a trip to Auschwitz differently because of their hard-hitting ‘Middle East conflict’ experiences. Thank goodness the Muslim expert senses that he cannot follow the ZEIT in their Jew-hating bias and says ‘no’.
Then comes the probable raison d’etre of the interview. To fight antisemitism, the Muslim suggests that Germany must become more of an ‘immigration country’. This expression does not even exist in English, but Germans often claim that the US and UK were ‘immigration countries’.
He also suggests that the Auschwitz visit be combined with courses that make the kids ‘aware of their own experiences with racism’. So Auschwitz becomes a convenient propaganda tool.
ZEIT asks the ‘expert’ how all these Muslims can be taught the principles of democracy. His answer: immigration should be seen in a positive light. It is a non-sequitur, but very convenient. Telling Muslims that men and women are equal is ‘patronising’, says the expert.
Instead of ‘patronising’ the Arabs we shall talk about all the left-wing talking-points of how hard the struggle had been (against conservatives – I might put in his mouth) and that the #MeToo showed in his opinion how we still have to progress. So making them progressive is enough for democracy. Why even talking about granting freedom to others, letting different voices heard, accepting election results and so on. ‘Democracy’ is all about being a leftist.
Demands to end ‘racism’ on posters cause resentments, says the expert and is right. People, he explains, will claim that there is hardly such a problem. “Racism is, however, like sexism a structural marker of German society.” Note that it is a marker of German society. Now, that is clear. If it is a marker of Arab society, is completely in the dark and requires more research, as he told the interviewer before.
Of course, liberals see schools as indoctrination centers and so Fereidonni advices that pupils talk about their grandparents if they happen to agree with conservative party AfD. Muslims are encouraged to talk about the impact on their lives the NSU murders had. The NSU murders were a serial killing, more than a decade ago, that killed about a dozen, mostly Turkish men and women. Of the three murderers involved, two had committed suicide. Only G-d knows what impact that should have on Muslims today, but it serves the propaganda.
Then he praises the idea of a student exchange program between East and West Germany. So the rednecks in the East see some civilisation. He does not say that, but moans how Eastern German politicians don’t see enough racism among their people. The left is still angry that these people have abolished the socialist dictatorship in their homes.
Why is it that Germans, Jews, Christians, and atheists alike, have to kowtow to Muslims? What moral obligation do we even have for them? It’s ludicrous and it’s disgusting how they abuse the memory of the holocaust for their own petty purposes.