Jewish organizations have rejected the Dutch national railway’s most recent reparations offer because the railway allegedly did not adequately consulting them to work out an acceptable form of direct financial compensation for alleged Holocaust™ victims the company allegedly transported to transit camps in the Netherlands during World War II:
The anger came after the railway company, NS, announced Friday that it would donate 5 million euros ($5.6 million) to four Dutch memorial centers as a gesture of collective recognition.
More than 100,000 Dutch Jews — 70 percent of the Jewish community — did not survive the war. Most were deported, along with Roma and Sinti, and killed in Nazi concentration camps.
Most of the Dutch victims were rounded up in cities and taken by train to camps in the Netherlands before being sent to the border and put on German trains to concentration camps.
Gideon Taylor, Chair of Operations of the World Jewish Restitution Organization, called the decision a major disappointment for Jewish groups…
NS apologized for its role in the deportations in 2005. A year ago, the company said that an estimated 500 living survivors of the Holocaust who were transported by the company would receive 15,000 euros each. Widows and widowers of victims were eligible to receive 7,500 euros and, if they are no longer alive, the surviving children of victims were to receive 5,000 euros.
In addition, the company pledged to reach a collective form of recognition for those who were not eligible for reparations, including some 20,000 children murdered in the Holocaust, as well as forced laborers and political prisoners.
NS said Friday that it asked the memorial centers to use the [new] donation for educating the young, with a “special focus on discrimination, including anti-Semitism.”
Jewish groups, however, also wanted a donation to help “Holocaust survivors and to support the Dutch Jewish community devastated by the Holocaust,” the World Jewish Restitution Organization said in a statement.
Dutch organization Central Jewish Consultation said the NS decision “rubbed a new load of salt into wounds” of the Dutch Jewish community.
Geert Koolen, a spokesman for NS, said in an email Monday that the company met with Jewish groups as it sought to carry out a commission’s advice to make a gesture of recognition…
Koolen added that the company regrets the anger of the Jewish groups and said that NS is “always open for the possibility of renewed contact.”
Taylor said he wants NS to reconsider.
“I think this calls for something bigger, wider and more thoughtful,” he said. “I hope they will expand on the decision.”
“Bigger, wider, more thoughtful” is a Jewish euphemism for “more cash — a lot more cash” — directly to individual Jews — not just this “education malarky”.
Jews have always demanded “collective punishment” for the Germans when it comes to collecting endless cash “reparations” from them — most of whom weren’t even born until after WWII.
But now — being the hypocrites that they are — they are rejecting a symbolic “gesture of collective reparations” to a number of different Jewish organizations.
According to Jewish ‘scientists’, the Holocaust literally shrunk the brains of Jewish “survivors” — no wonder they’ve forgotten that the Dutch railway has already given Jews generous direct cash payments.
Once Jews smell blood in the water, the feeding frenzy will never end — just ask the Germans.
The Dutch railway did nothing wrong in WWII — the occupying German army commandeered it to support the war effort.
It’s not as if they had a choice in the matter.
It’s not as if the Germans rounded them up for no reason whatsoever.