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EU Proposes Mandatory Labeling of Jewish Made Goods

August 19, 2019 - Reminiscent of 1930s-40s Germany, the European Union is considering a mandate that Israeli made goods carry a label stating such. The Washington Free Beacon reported recently that the "Advocate General of the European Court of Justice recently issued non-binding opinion arguing that EU law requires Israeli-made products to be labeled as coming from 'settlements' and 'Israeli colonies.'" The move is reminiscent of former Nazi Germany when Jewish owned businesses were required to carry signage indicating Jewish ownership, and also when Jews themselves were required to wear the Yellow Badge.

The move appears to be a global continuation of the ‘BDS’ movement, in which groups are working to force nations and business entities to ‘Boycott, Divest, and Sanction’ the nation of Israel. The BDS movement is currently pushed in the United States by extremist muslims, such as Rashida Tlaib and Ilhan Omar, and national socialists such as Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. Globally it appears the German run European Union is joining the movement. Some are questioning the motives behind Germany’s call for the labeling and if a second round of anti-Jewish hate is growing again, as in 1930s, within the German institution of the EU.

In a 2014 book titled ‘The EU: The Truth About The Fourth Reich - How Hitler Won The Second World War’, writers Daniel J Beddowes and Falvio Cipollini make several statements which cause one to wonder if Europe is headed down the path of repeating its own history.

“The Nazis wanted to get rid of the clutter of small nations which made up Europe and their plan was quite simple. The EU was Hitler's dream.” "It is impossible to find a difference between Hitler's plan for a new United States of Europe, dominated by Germany, and the European Union we have today."
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