(Forward) When the secret society of Jewish Freemasons — B’nai B’rith of Canada — got wind of Education Ministry documents that recommended an even-handed approach to teaching the subject of National Socialist Germany, the supremacist group blew a gasket and demanded immediate apologies and groveling repentance:
Education officials in the Canadian province of Alberta on Friday repudiated official diversity guidelines that call for highlighting the Nazis’ economic achievements and “positive qualities” of European settlers who oppressed of the country’s indigenous population, following uproar by Jewish organizations.
The document, which was posted on the provincial Education Ministry’s website and entitled “Guidelines for Recognizing Diversity and Promoting Respect”, urged teachers to consider whether classroom resources “reveal both the positive and negative behaviors and attitudes of the various groups portrayed.”
“For instance, if a video details war atrocities committed by the Nazis, does it also point out that before World War II, the German government’s policies substantially strengthened the country’s economy?” the document asked….
…The document was brought to educational authorities’ attention by B’nai Brith Canada, Friends of Simon Wiesenthal Center and the Centre for Israel and Jewish Affairs. “It is shocking that the Alberta Ministry of Education would consider the genocidal Nazi regime as a good example of a group that had positive behaviors, given Nazis murdered six million Jews and millions of others, in addition to completely destroying their country because they initiated a war,” FSWC CEO Michael Levitt said in a statement on Friday morning.
“In what world could collaboration or cooperation have taken place between Nazis and the groups they targeted for complete annihilation? The fact that Alberta students could have possibly been fed such an outrageous proposition is extremely troubling. We expect the Ministry of Education to address this issue immediately.”
In a series of tweets posted several hours later, Alberta Education Minister Adriana LaGrange declared that she had removed the document from the ministry website shortly after being made aware of it, which she said “contains extremely concerning and completely unacceptable views….The wrongheaded views outlined have no place in our society and I categorically denounce what is written. There is not a “positive” side to tell of the murderous Nazi regime, as this document wrongfully suggests,” she said.
The Jewish Federation of Edmonton welcomed the move and praised LaGrange for initiating “a review of all curriculum documents at this time to remove any other concerning language.” However, it stated, “we’re concerned that the wording had passed successive reviews by Alberta governments,” noting that the document in question dated back to 1984. The latest revision of the guidance stated that it had been last updated in January 2020.
According to the CBC, Jewish Federation of Edmonton President Steve Shafir said that he and his colleagues would be meeting with ministry officials to discuss the issue, saying that while the federation was not looking to find someone to blame, it wanted to “ensure that there are some safeguards in place to ensure something like this doesn’t happen again.”
The removal of the document was also welcomed in Israel. “There are no ‘positive aspects’ to Nazism. Yad Vashem appreciates the removal of this content,” the Holocaust memorial told Haaretz in a statement on Monday. “My own belief is that one has to present a balanced view. Yes, one can present the achievements of Germany before the rise of Nazism [but] just in order to point out the monstrosity of Nazism, what it did to the world and what it did to Germany. But altogether it is a good thing that in Alberta there is awareness on the negative effects of Nazism and Neo-Nazism,” said Colette Avital, chairwoman of the Center of Organizations of Holocaust Survivors in Israel.
The CEO of the Simon Wiesenthal Center wants to know “in what world” did the “Nazis” collaborate with the Jews?
How about in this world — NS Germany and the Jews entered into a formal, mutually beneficial agreement, called The Transfer (or “Haavara”) Agreement — which allowed for Jews to voluntarily leave Germany and relocate in Palestine, taking their personal wealth with them.
A special commemorative coin was even issued at the time — to celebrate this landmark agreement where both Germans and Jews worked together toward a goal that benefited both sides.
The “evil” German who oversaw the fulfillment of this agreement — which was essential to the foundation of the State of Israel — was Adolf Eichmann, whom the Weisenthal “Nazi hunters” cynically and ruthlessly chased down after the war, illegally kidnapped him back to Israel, and put him on show trial for “genocide” — with a parade of fake and bizarre “witnesses” — and then duly executed him.
These are the kind of fair and even-handed “facts” that the Jewish supremacists at B’nai B’rith Canada do not want Canadian school children ever learning about.
School children must never know that prior to the rise of the National Socialists, Jews dominated Weimar Germany, destroying the economy with runaway inflation, corrupting the culture, and leaving the populace in utter despair.
A top Jewish historian has admitted that Adolf Hitler launched World War II in order to stop “world Jewry” from “annihilating Germany” — how’s that for even handedness?
This “annihilation” is exactly what the Jews are doing again in Canada today — and in every other White western Christian nation — and any Canadian who has the courage to warn the public that history is repeating itself will find himself in a Canadian jail, as Travis Patron, Arthur Topham, James Sears, and Andrzej Kumor have all found out.
And the Jews definitely don’t want impressionable school children to know that Ephraim Kaye, the head of Yad Vashem — the Holocaust Museum in Israel — admitted that there is a complete lack of physical evidence to prove that the Holocaust actually happened.
When educators in Sweden — and Texas — recently proposed that students should be taught such “controversial” facts that make many people doubt that the Holocaust actually happened, Jews panicked and immediately put an end to that “fair-minded” educational approach.
As Nobel Prize-winning author Alexander Solzhenitsyn once observed, “For a Jew nothing is more insulting than the truth.”