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Here is a link to an article in today's news. It is mundane news, typical national commemoration events. Only the same country is commemorating 2
things the same day. This can hardly be a coincidence. Especially as the more recent of the 2 events commemorated was a deliberately chosen date.
Creating once again the New German Reich was programed on the same day as the Night of Crystal.
Apparently a Nazi continuum was set up in 1943 by Hitler's handler Martin Bohrmann, funding over 700 multinational companies with the huge Nazi war
treasure, investing in the military/industrial complex and spreading the 1000 year Reich through corporate globalization.
How wonderful it is indeed that the Vaterland is celebrating today this beautiful double event. After all, the 2 Germanys were separated as a result
of the ghastly murderous genocide launched on Kristallnacht. So it stands to reason that this same date was chosen to avenge their temporary failure,
or should we call it a light delay in their plans?
For the Kristallnacht can be expected to return, in a new and improved form graciously extended to all peoples in all countries. This special
celebration date and the cozy ceremonies surrounding it can maybe become our own new International Holiday, maybe the date upon which next year or
shortly thereafter we will officially proclaim the NWO.
Here is the article:
Germany marks shameful history and golden hour on single date
BERLIN (AFP) — The anniversary of one of the most shameful chapters of Germany's turbulent history and one of its most euphoric both fall on
Sunday, prompting commemorations and celebrations throughout the
Chancellor Angela Merkel and Jewish leaders will gather at Germany's biggest synagogue to pay tribute to the victims of the Kristallnacht pogrom of
November 9-10, 1938 and to the miraculous rebirth of Jewish life in recent years.
Because it shares the same date, the fall of the Berlin Wall will also be marked and the victims of communist East Germany remembered at low-key
events ahead of the 20th anniversary next year.
The leader of the Central Council of Jews, Charlotte Knobloch, said she hoped a reminder of the atrocities 70 years ago would rekindle Germans'
commitment to tolerance.
"This important day heavy in symbolism is an opportunity to show that Germany is a diverse and vibrant democracy," said Knobloch, who was six on
The pogrom, also known as the Night of Broken Glass, saw Nazi thugs plunder Jewish businesses throughout Germany, torch more than 200 synagogues and
round up some 30,000 Jewish men for deportation to concentration camps.
Some 90 Jews were murdered in the orgy of violence, whose pretext was the murder of German diplomat Ernst vom Rath in Paris by a student, Herschel
Grynspan, who sought revenge for the expulsion of his family from Germany with about 15,000 other Polish Jews.
"From that moment on, Jews knew that those who could must save themselves," survivor Betty Alsberg, an 88-year-old who now lives in Israel, told
The pogrom was a prelude to the Nazis' extermination campaign launched three years later in which they murdered six million Jews.
After national unification in 1990, Germany began accepting Jewish immigrants from the former Soviet states and the country now has one of the fastest
growing Jewish communities in the world with some 120,000 members.
The main ceremony Sunday will take place at Berlin's Rykestrasse synagogue, which reopened in August 2007 after a major restoration as a defiant
symbol of a Jewish revival in the city where the Holocaust was planned.