Moldovan Jews Cry About “Blood Libel” and the Holohoax, Cry They Need More Shekels

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
June 18, 2014

Misha Gorbachov, deputy director of the Jewish Community of Chisinau, and Limmud Moldova co-organizer Julia Seinman.  In Moldova, even Jewesses are pretty hot, apparently.
Misha Gorbachov, deputy director of the Jewish Community of Chisinau, and Limmud Moldova co-organizer Julia Seinman. In Moldova, even Jewesses are pretty hot, apparently. Maybe had a nose job. But still.

Everywhere in the whole wide world, Jews cry that people hurt them for no reason at all.

JTA:

Standing opposite the house at Romana Street 13 in the Moldovan capital, a group of tourists is struggling to hear Irina Shihova’s account of the horrors that transpired here more than a century ago, but her voice is drowned out by a pop song playing on a nearby boombox.

Ignoring the distraction, Shihova, a historian at the Museum of Jewish Heritage in Moldova, explains how an anti-Semitic blood libel prompted locals to gather outside the house on April 19, 1903. Five Jews who lived inside were beaten to death in what would turn out to be the opening shot of the Kishinev pogrom, a three-day killing spree that left 49 Jews dead and which historians consider a turning point in the history of modern Zionism.

Only later does Shihova reveal that the pop song — “We Are the Champions” by Queen — is part of the epilogue to her story.

The song is the theme of this year’s graduation ceremony at ORT Herzl, one of two Jewish high schools in Chisinau, chosen for its evocation of Jewish survival in a spot that has come to symbolize the precariousness of Jewish life in Europe.

”The existence of a Jewish school opposite the massacre site is accidental,” Shihova told JTA, “but unbelievably symbolic.”

Like many Eastern European Jewish communities, Moldova is but a shadow of its former self. Before the Holocaust, half of Chisinau’s 125,000 inhabitants were Jews. Many had stayed despite the pogrom and a second that followed in 1905, but the community was all but wiped out by Romanian troops who deported 300,000 Jews from the territory that is today Moldova. Of the few that survived the Holocaust and returned, nearly all left following the collapse of communism in the 1990s, Shihova said.

”The families of the Chisinau pogroms never received real justice at the time,” said Chaim Chesler, the founder of Limmud FSU. “Jews’ lives were cheap. The justice came later, in the presence of a Jewish school and a vibrant Jewish community right here after the Holocaust, after communism.

These rats. Can you even fathom their boldness? They will look you right in the eye, and tell you that everywhere they have ever lived, in the world, the local populations have accused them of kidnapping children, murdering them and drinking their blood. And then they tell you all of these people, disconnected from one another, all made it up as part of a plan to hurt the Jews for no reason.

That is literally the story. They call it “blood libel.”

Then they tell you that everyone in the world wants to Holocaust them, and that they were Holocausted, and thus people must always feel sorry for the child-murdering cult and give them free things.

When you actually look at this behavior pattern, it is staggering that they are so slick as to be able to get away with it.

Just in case you forgot the words, here are the lyrics to Queen’s “We are the Champions,” which this Jewess claims represents the Jew experience.

I’ve paid my dues
Time after time.
I’ve done my sentence
But committed no crime.
And bad mistakes ‒
I’ve made a few.
I’ve had my share of sand kicked in my face
But I’ve come through.

(And I need just go on and on, and on, and on)

We are the champions, my friends,
And we’ll keep on fighting ’til the end.
We are the champions.
We are the champions.
No time for losers
‘Cause we are the champions of the world.

I’ve taken my bows
And my curtain calls
You brought me fame and fortune and everything that goes with it
I thank you all

But it’s been no bed of roses,
No pleasure cruise.
I consider it a challenge before the whole human race
And I ain’t gonna lose.

(And I need just go on and on, and on, and on)

We are the champions, my friends,
And we’ll keep on fighting ’til the end.
We are the champions.
We are the champions.
No time for losers
‘Cause we are the champions of the world.

We are the champions, my friends,
And we’ll keep on fighting ’til the end.
We are the champions.
We are the champions.
No time for losers
‘Cause we are the champions.

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