World Holocaust Forum

“Germans have not learned from history,” said German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier at the “Holocaust 75th Anniversary” event in Jerusalem

Frank-Walter Steinmeier delivered a sobering message about the current resurgence of “anti-Semitism” in Germany during an event in Jerusalem commemorating the 75th anniversary of the liberation of the “Nazi Death Camp” at Auschwitz.

At the “Yad Vashem Holocaust Memorial” German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier expressed his “deepest sorrow” for the Holocaust while warning that the “spirits of evil” are re-emerging in the form of modern anti-Semitism.

“I wish I could say that we Germans have learnt from history once and for all. But I cannot say that when hatred is spreading,” he added.

Steinmeier’s comments were designed to communicate deep remorse on behalf of his country for the killing of 6 million Jews during World War II, as he addressed a Holocaust forum in Jerusalem attended by world leaders on the occasion of the 75th anniversary of the liberation of the Auschwitz death camp.

He opened and closed his speech by reciting prayers in Hebrew. “The spirits of evil are emerging in a new guise, presenting their anti-Semitic, racist, authoritarian thinking as an answer for the future, a new solution to the problems of our age,” said Steinmeier.

Russian President Vladimir Putin said it was vital to oppose xenophobia and anti-Semitism everywhere. “You just said that it’s not known where anti-Semitism ends,” Putin told Israeli President Reuven Rivlin at a meeting before the conference convened. “Unfortunately we do know this — Auschwitz is its end-result.”

Dozens of world leaders joined Steinmeier in addressing the “World Holocaust Forum” including Russian President Vladimir Putin, French President Emmanuel Macron and U.S. Vice President Mike Pence were gathered to remember the “Nazi genocide.”

After offering a prayer in ”Hebrew” the German President begins speaking in English at around 0:56.

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Hartmut says  January 24, 2020 at 3:35 am


The German president, an first-rate apparatchik, promoter of unlimited and unvetted, predominantly Muslim mass immigration and terror regimes like Iran, advocator of harsh crack down on political opposition and protesting citizens, denounces and discredits his own native people in front of the entire world for an anti-Semitism which his fellow scum’s imported en masse from Third World regions in the Middle East and Africa.

The late Karl Lagerfeld, one of Germany’s leading fashion artists, hit the nail on the head by stating that one cannot mass pogrom Jewish people and later import millions of their worst enemies (against the will of most citizens, that is). It could not have been said better.

Moreover, he doesn’t give a fuck about his obligation as a head of state of staying politically neutral and publicly sidelines with the political left. Germany has seen quite a few improper presidents in the recent past however this guy ultimately takes the cake. No other office holder has ever divided the country as much as him.

Trademark of a politically repressive system is a federal and local administration which cover up their own illegal and immoral actions and same time incriminates political and civil opposition. Sadly, this is today’s Germany.

Peggy Sue says January 24, 2020 at 2:42 am

How very dare he. Modern day ethnic Germans born after WW2 are literally ripping themselves to shreds over a perceived inherited guilt. Through this guilt they allowed that snake Merkel to open the borders admitting millions of fighting age Neanderthals to be pampered housed fed clothed at taxpayers’ expense all the while little old German ladies root through garbage cans for useful things.Anti-Semitism?? Nothing to do with the religion of “peace” that now belongs to Germany. Steinmeier is a traitor same as Merkel and all their acolytes. They have destroyed Europe – this time for good. The spilt blood is on them.

Andrew says January 24, 2020 at 12:44 am

Nice speech by the President of Germany however I noticed he didn’t mention the elephant in the room, Islamic anti-Semitism, however he did put in his speech, “Right Wing extremists”, however perhaps he hasn’t been paying attention in what is happening in his own country these days as it is Muslims that are attacking Jews these days, Muslims are waving Swastika Flags, doing the hand salute and screaming that Hitler was correct and why didn’t he finish off the job that needs to be done, it is NOT Germans that are doing these awful things to the German Jewish population, its Muslims, newly arrived or second generation Turks etc, this German President is part of the problem of bringing into Germany a people who hate the Jewish people, and have been hating for longer than anybody else, and yet they still bring in, every day, more and more Muslims and so it makes me wonder what they are doing as everybody knows Islam despises the Jewish people so why populate a country like Germany with their awful past, 75 years is a blink in the eye of history, and cause this new version of holocaust however Jews are leaving before it gets as bad as before.

Victor says January 23, 2020 at 10:48 pm

My father survived Auschwitz, Buchenwald, and Dachau – the rest of his family, with the exception of one sister (deceased 2014 in Israel), did not. His father was fortunate enough to die of pneumonia years before the Nazis even came to power in Germany. As a sixteen year old child in Auschwitz, my father was forced to carry the severed heads of inmates and other “Untermenschen” in formaldehyde filled jars to Dr. Mengele’s camp laboratory. My father confided in me before his death that he met the notorious “Angel of Death” while routinely running “errands” for the SS in Auschwitz-Birkena. Doctor Mengele had once asked him if he had arrived in Auschwitz with any brothers, expressing a particular interest in whether or not my father had a twin brother still alive in camp that he knew of. If so, Doctor Mengele indicated that he would be willing to “take care of them both”. My father would wake up screaming in the middle of the night when I was a child and I never knew why, other than he was obviously having nightmares. He passed away from pancreatic cancer in 2010 at age 81. If I were God, I think that I would have ended this world and everyone in it a very long time ago!

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