by Ian Mosley
57 years after the death of one certain great writer, they are still screeching against him.
The Israeli newspaper Ha’aretz tells us: “By honoring novelist and Nazi-sympathizer Knut Hamsun, Norway has damaged the international Holocaust education drive that it has recently been appointed to head, campaigners against anti-Semitism told Haaretz. Yet, the leader of Norway’s Jewish community disagrees. In March, Norway assumed chairmanship of the 26-nation Task Force for International Cooperation on Holocaust Education in the midst of celebrating the 150th anniversary of the birth of Knut Hamsun, the country’s once celebrated author who was shunned for supporting Norway’s Nazi occupation regime during World War II. The government has honored the novelist with celebrations, a commemorative coin and is allocating millions of dollars toward building a cultural center in the Nobel Prize laureate’s hometown, which is to open in August. ‘Hamsun, who died impoverished at the age of 92 in 1952 (the government stripped him of his property) once gave his Nobel Prize medal in literature as a gift to Nazi propaganda minister Joseph Goebbels. He also met Adolf Hitler in Bavaria. The author of masterpieces like Hunger, Hamsun is cherished by readers in Norway and around the world.’ ”
I’m amazed the Jews haven’t tried to ban his work completely like they did to people like Leni Riefenstahl. The Jews in Israel were sufficiently hateful to ban the music of Richard Wagner for many years because the Nazis thought it was noble and heroic.
The Ha’aretz article notes ” ‘No government should honor Nazis, their collaborators or their sympathizers,’ said Carole Nuriel, an analyst for the Anti-Defamation League.”
The Jews tell us that we should hate and forever condemn anyone associated with the Nazis because they allegedly mass murdered the Jews. Maybe this would be a good time to investigate the REAL mass murders of 30 million White Christians in eastern Europe in the ‘20 and ’30s. Many of them were shot in the head by Jewish commissars in the Red Army. Perhaps, we shouldn’t forgive or forget what the Soviet Jews did to White people in eastern Europe.
Maybe it’s about time people quit focusing on these shrill Jewish voices and start thinking about what’s best for our people and our families.