20230127

On the 78th anniversary of liberation of Auschwitz death camp


Full Film: The Path to Nazi Genocide

Film Chapters:  Prologue (Starts at 00:00) 

Aftermath of World War I and the Rise of Nazism, 1918–1933 (Starts at 00:58) 

Building a National Community, 1933–1936 (Starts at 12:22) 

From Citizens to Outcasts, 1933–1938 (Starts at 18:12) World 

War II and the Holocaust, 1939–1945 (Starts at 24:34) 

Sources and Credits (Starts at 37:25)

"Netanyahu: Allies could have saved 4 million Jews if they’d bombed death camps in 1942" The Times of Israel, 4/24/17
 
Israeli P.M. Benjamin Netanyahu condemned int'l complacency
to earlier intel of Nazi's mass murdering of Jewish people 
at Yad Vashem Holocaust Remembrance ceremony 

"In bitter Holocaust Remembrance Day speech citing new UN documents, Israel's PM castigates global indifference 81 years ago, says it persists today.

Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Sunday launched a blistering assault on Allied policy during World War II, saying world powers’ failure to bomb the Nazi concentration camps from 1942 cost the lives of four million Jews and millions of others.

Citing recently released UN documents
that show the Allies were aware of the scale of the Holocaust in 1942, some two years earlier than previously assumed, Netanyahu said in a speech marking Holocaust Remembrance Day that this new research assumed “a terrible significance.”

Film stills from "What the Allies Knew" by Virginie Linhart,
produced by Fabienne Servan-Schreiber and Cinétévé
“If the powers in 1942 had acted against the death camps — and all that was needed was repeated bombing of the camps — had they acted then, they could have saved 4 million Jews and millions of other people,” he said at the official state ceremony marking the start of the memorial day.
Allies declined bombinb railways leading to genocide camps 

“The powers knew, and they did not act,” he told the audience at the Yad Vashem Holocaust memorial in Jerusalem. “When terrible crimes were being committed against the Jews, when our brothers and sisters were being sent to the furnaces,” he went on, “the powers knew and did not act.”

In a bleak and bitter address, the Israeli prime minister said that the Holocaust was enabled by three factors: the vast hatred of the Jews, global indifference to the horrors, and “the terrible weakness of our people in the Diaspora.”
Iran's "World without Zionism" (photo: BlazingCatFur)
Anti-Semitism had not disappeared, and “it would be naive to think” that it would do so in the foreseeable future, he said. It was being exacerbated by “hatred from the East,” led by Iran and the Islamic State, he added.

"Bombing Auschwitz" 75th Anniversary Preview: The Great Moral Dilemma of the 20th Century
In May 1944, Rabbi Michael Weissmandl sent the Auschwitz Protocol, along with a plea for help and a demand for Allied air forces to bomb Auschwitz, to Roswell McClelland at the War Refugee Board in Switzerland.

Should the Allies have risked killing Auschwitz prisoners and bombed the camp to stop future atrocities? Join historians, survivors and experts as they consider one of the great moral dilemmas of the 20th century.
 
Watch Secrets of the Dead on PBS Check your local PBS listings.

D-Day to V-E Day: World War II continued for almost 11 months after the successful Normandy landings in France on June 6, 1944, commonly known as D-Day.
American troops liberating Dachau Concentration Camp


At "The Liberators" documentary screening by the Zachor Foundation, Holocaust survivors, Ben Lesser and Joshua Kaufman discuss their reunions with the Yankee soldiers who liberated them from Dachau Concentration Camp.

   

Czech Republic's Consul General Pavel Sepelak and Prof. Abraham Sion of Ariel University in Samaria discuss the Allies' mistake of sacrificing Czechoslovakia to delay war with Nazi Germany.

20221225

In Christianity's birthplace, Muslims persecute Christians, scapegoat Jews


Bethlehem: Christianity Dying Where it Began by Egyptian, Coptic-Christian, Raymond Ibrahim in Gatestone Institute

  • "The systematic persecution of Christian Arabs living in Palestinian areas is being met with nearly total silence by the international community, human rights activists, the media and NGOs." — Justus Reid Weiner, International Christian Embassy, Jerusalem, Israel, August 20, 2013.

  • "There are incidents happening constantly... Most times, it is a case of the Muslim community overpowering the minority, which is the Christian community." — Christian Arab, quoted on condition of anonymity, Israel365News, November 21, 2022.

  • "[T]he leaders of the Christian community in the West Bank are reluctant to hold the Palestinian Authority and their Muslim neighbors responsible for the attacks. They are afraid of retribution and prefer to toe the official line of holding Israel solely responsible for the misery of the Christian minority." — Khaled Abu Toameh, October 31, 2022.

  • "The only thing that interests the PA is that events of this kind not be leaked to the media. Fatah regularly exerts heavy pressure on Christians not to report the acts of violence and vandalism from which they frequently suffer, as such publicity could damage the PA's image as an actor capable of protecting the lives and property of the Christian minority under its rule. Even less does the PA want to be depicted as a radical entity that persecutes religious minorities. That image could have negative repercussions for the massive international, and particularly European aid the PA receives." — Dr Edy Cohen, "The Persecution of Christians in the Palestinian Authority," BESA Center, May 27, 2019.

  • "The fact that the Palestinian Authority continues to make sure that there is a Christian mayor in Bethlehem is only window dressing... It's a show used to convince the world that Bethlehem, the birthplace of Christianity is still a Christian town. It is not Christian. It is Muslim in every regard." — Rabbi Pesach Wolicki, director of the Center for Jewish-Christian Understanding and Cooperation, November 21, 2022.

  • This Christmas, it is important to remember that, due to ongoing but silenced persecution, Christianity is on the verge of disappearing in the place of its birth -- Bethlehem, the scene of the Nativity. It is a silence that gives the Christmas song "Silent Night," an ominous meaning.

After noting that there “has been a marked uptick in religiously motivated attacks by Palestinian Muslims on Christians in Bethlehem,” a Nov. 21, 2022 report offers some examples:

Just over two weeks ago, a Muslim man was accused of harassing young Christian women at a Forefathers Orthodox Church in Beit Sahour near the city of Bethlehem. Soon after, the church was attacked by a large mob of Palestinian men who hurled rocks at the building while congregants cowered inside. Several of the congregants were injured in the attack.

The Palestinian Authority, responsible for security in the area, did nothing.

In October, unidentified gunmen shot at the Christian-owned Bethlehem Hotel after a video on social media associated the hotel with a display that included cardboard cutouts of a Star of David and a Menorah. …

No arrests were made in connection with the shooting.

Perhaps the greatest shock to the community came in April when the Palestinian evangelical pastor, Johnny Shahwan, was arrested by the Palestinian Authority security forces on charges of ‘promoting normalization’ with Israel. …

In January, a large group of masked men carrying sticks and iron bars attacked Christian brothers, Daoud and Daher Nassar, on their farm near Bethlehem. The Palestinian courts have been working to confiscate the farm that has been owned by the family since the Ottoman Empire.

Although this report focuses on recent attacks, the persecution of Palestinian Christians is a longstanding problem.  As Rabbi Pesach Wolicki, Director of the Center for Jewish-Christian Understanding and Cooperation, said:

Unfortunately, these recent attacks against churches are not new. Christians have been under attack in Bethlehem for many, many years. There have been bombings. There are near-constant physical attacks against Christians. They’re going on a regular basis, ever since the Palestinian Authority took over.

His words echo those of Kamal Tarazi, an elderly Christian man from Gaza who in 2019 said: “The moment they [Hamas] took control [of the Gaza Strip], they started persecuting us, ruining our churches and forcing Christians to convert to Islam.”  Before fleeing, he tried to resist the Islamist takeover, including by calling on Muslims and Christians to unite against Hamas.  As a result, “I was jailed several times. Do you know what a Hamas prison is? It is pure torture.”

Even mere numbers—which are inherently objective—confirm that Christians living under the PA are experiencing some sort of unpleasantry unexperienced by Muslims: In 1947, Christians made up 85% of the population of Bethlehem, an ancient Christian stronghold, whereas by 2016, they had declined to only 16%.

“In a society where Arab Christians have no voice and no protection it is no surprise that they are leaving,” Justus Reid Weiner, a lawyer acquainted with the region, said: “The systematic persecution of Christian Arabs living in Palestinian areas is being met with nearly total silence by the international community, human rights activists, the media and NGOs.”

This final point cannot be overstated: incidents of persecution are never reported by international media.  Speaking on condition of anonymity, a Christian Arab resident of Bethlehem emphasized that all of the most recent instances listed above were even under-reported within Israel itself, before adding:

This needs to be heard for the purpose of educating the Jewish world and the Christian world about the state of Bethlehem.  There are incidents happening constantly, whether it be neighbors against each other, or people in the streets, or even organizations and churches. Most times, it is a case of the Muslim community overpowering the minority, which is the Christian community.

Why is the persecution of Christians in Bethlehem and other PA-controlled territories so un- or under-reported?  Certainly it’s not because they experience less persecution than their coreligionists throughout the Muslim world, where the bulk of the world’s persecution of Christians occurs.

“The attacks by Muslims on Christians are often ignored by the international community and media, who seem to speak out only when they can find a way to blame Israel,” wrote the Muslim journalist Khaled Abu Toameh:

Another disturbing situation is that the leaders of the Christian community in the West Bank are reluctant to hold the Palestinian Authority and their Muslim neighbors responsible for the attacks. They are afraid of retribution and prefer to toe the official line of holding Israel solely responsible for the misery of the Christian minority.


Part 2 of the propaganda story is designed to vilify American, Evangelical Christians for supporting Israel and to break that support.

Open Doors, a human rights group that follows the persecution of Christians, reports that Palestinian Christians suffer from a “high” level of persecution, the source of which is “Islamic Oppression”:

Those who convert to Christianity from Islam, however, face the worst Christian persecution and it is difficult for them to safely participate in existing churches. In the West Bank they are threatened and put under great pressure, in Gaza their situation is so dangerous that they live their Christian faith in utmost secrecy….The influence of radical Islamic ideology is rising, and historical churches have to be diplomatic in their approach towards Muslims.

20221031

Tudor Dixon, Michigan gov candidate at #CPAC-TX: Why re-upping govs like Gretchen Whitmer is everybody's problem

Michigan gubernatorial candidate, Ms. Tudor Dixon, addressed #CPAC22 Texas audience in August, moments ahead of President Trump's address there.


Original video - chronicled by DemoCAST.TV

Video Transcript: "I'm glad I got his (Donald J Trump)'s support! I am excited to be here! I'm so excited to be standing with you as the Republican nominee for governor of the great state of Michigan and I have to tell you the coolest part about this is that that seed was planted at a CPAC conference much like this one several years ago as I sat in the audience like you are now. 

And I encourage you today to let that seed grow inside of you you can be a Difference Maker in a space that's becoming increasingly ugly. If we're honest but today I may be looking out at a new school board member maybe a future governor and maybe even the first female president out in that crowd for me it's so exciting to be chosen by the people of the great state of Michigan to help end the long oppressive reign of the queen of  lockdowns- Gretchen Whitmer.

[Applause]
More than that though I can't describe how excited I am about the opportunity we have in Michigan to finally stand up for families who can't afford gas or their groceries and for their children who saw their schools closed the halls of learning locked because the current governor was more interested in seizing control of the state than helping our students.
 
We have our work cut out for us those of you who aren't in Michigan have watched as Gretchen Whitmer one of the worst governors in America has taken my great state and driven it into the ground. Moms like me who live there - we've done
more than watch we've lived it we suffered Joe Biden and Gretchen Whitmer's inflation every time we go to the grocery store we suffer her war on affordable energy every time we fill up the gas tank.
 
You think gas prices are bad here? Michigan routinely has some of the highest gas prices in the entire United States
and that's not an accident that's the sad part. Moms like me who live in Michigan have watched our children struggle when
Gretchen Whitmer closed the school against advice from public health experts from pediatricians and student advocates
Gretchen Whitmer ruled by fear when courage was what we needed. Moms, daughters and granddaughters like me we know what it's like to live in a state where Gretchen Whitmer imported Covid into our nursing homes while locking out healthy family and friends leaving our loved ones to die terrified and alone.

It's been a long four years under Gretchen Whitmer's tyrannical reign. She's been riding with Biden and they've
been driving our state off a cliff do you remember when Gretchen Whitmer was auditioning to be Vice President of
the United States. Yeah and yet he picked Kamala so what
does that say about Gretchen Whitmer?
 
I don't know if you remember when she used to go on MSNBC she had this little Fauci pillow in the corner of her desk.
I say we send her crying into that Fauci pillow - what do you say? Yes because in Michigan our economy is tanked. Jobs companies families have fled our state and people struggle to pay their bills. It's time to hold Gretchen Whitmer accountable for the pain she has inflicted during the past four years
If we don't the only the problem is only going to grow because trust me today Gretchen Whitmer is Michigan's problem but tomorrow if we don't she's going to be auditioning again but this time it's to boot out Joe Biden and get into the White House herself and none of us want that. 
 
What's happened to my state is personal - it's personal to me and it's personal to everyone who lives in Michigan. Too many of us have suffered under the queen of lockdowns deemed we were not essential but I have hope together we will help our students get back on track. 
 
We will restore Michigan's
education system we will fund the police
and respect rule of law
and we will partner with our job
creators instead of being an enemy
looking to attack
in Michigan we will value every citizen
because we know everyone is essential
so if you remember one thing today
remember this
let your seed grow
someday God may lead you into the same
battle for family
and your armor will be strong
so choose courage over fear
today I head into my battle for Michigan
and I know the good guys will prevail
we're tough we've had to be tough and
we're taking Michigan back for our
families this November
God bless you and God bless the
beautiful United States of America
thank you

20220818

Conservatives distraught at Marxist contempt towards Pres. Trump's rescuing America

Americans disillusioned by a Democrat US administration which has devalued the dollar, doubled the price of gasoline, imposed censorship on conservative news, and pit the Left against the Right, welcomed President Donald Trump's  speech at CPAC Dallas, Texas in August. Part One of original video of speech:

  

Restore American greatness: Contrast Democrat-inflicted recession with conservative stability #CPAC_Texas, Part Two

Speech transcript excerpt:  "... national campaign to dismantle organized crimes these are street crimes. Organized crime today is on the streets and this administration doesn't want to talk about that crime. They want to talk about what they think are other crimes and many people say they're not crimes we have to round up the drug dealers the gang members and the dangerous offenders. Charge them for their crimes and get them either out of our country and back to where they came from or put them behind bars. If you look at countries throughout the world there's another thing. If you look at countries throughout the world the only ones that don't have a drug problem are those that institute the death penalty for drug dealers. 

20220609

Nick Searcy's "Capitol Punishment" documentary evinces fascism surrounding Jan 6th vilifications

Actor Nick Searcy provides never before seen footage of the Jan. 6th rally. Searcy interviews those who were arrested in FBI raids. Watch as the police invite peaceful protesters inside as well as footage of those who really led the violence.


Tune in on TV or online (for free) on Thursday, June 9th - 2pmET/11amPT; 7pmET/4pmPT; 11pmET/8pmPT.

 

Kira Davis in Red State writes: A  press release from a Searcy spokesperson explains the purpose for the film, and why it has been criticized among the progressive set.

The groundbreaking documentary film, Capitol Punishment, is told through the eyes of the people who were there on the ground on January 6, 2021 in our nation’s Capital. The film shares with the world the true story of the events that took place. Everything that we are being told by the media is a lie and Americans are being persecuted to support that lie. The compelling documentary will air three times today on OANN. 

“This film destroys the J6 Committee’s false Insurrection narrative and blows away their treasonous agenda.” says Chris Burgard, the filmmaker. He adds, “January 6th was years in the making and the threat to the survival of America as we know it has never been greater.” 

Nick Searcy discussed with us the problems with the Democratic Party that the movie exposes.

Searcy’s team touts the film as the “true story” of what happened that day.

Searcy and Burgard’s film, Capitol Punishment, stands as a testament to a day of infamy in American history. Told through the eyes of the people who were there on the ground, Capitol Punishment shares the true story of January 6, 2021.

After June 9th, the film may be streamed on a pay-basis on  GiveMeLiberty.Org 



20220513

Prof. Guy Milliere: How the neo-Democratic Party Leftists are the new totalitarians, destroying the once free America

French professor of law, Guy Milliere: The Left are the new totalitarians, destroying the free America.

Why does Guy Milliere, a French professor of law history, self-exiled to the US, seek to avoid returning to France? In this interview, he interprets the Leftist movement throughout Western countries opposing the US, implementing Marxism, and eliminating liberties from societies.

 

Transcript of interview filmed in late April, 2022: 

DemoCast:  "It is now Holocaust Remembrance Day, and it is celebrated in Israel. There is a Holocaust Remembrance Day internationally at the end of January, but it seems to be commemorated only for the genocide which took place and doesn't seem to be commemorated for the learning experience of how a society becomes brainwashed to turn against its fellow members. If there's one group that's scapegoated - and the government comes up with a policy that they want to divide the population, what's the political science behind this concept?

Prof. Milliere:

I could say that democracies are very fragile, and I could say that they are fragile because of what the Left is. And I could say that if you try to study very carefully what National Socialism is, for example, you see that National Socialism is a movement that belongs to the Left. The same with Fascism. And I could say that by itself, the Left is totalitarian. And in order to understand the Left, I think that you have to understand what Karl Popper wrote when he wrote The Open Society and Its Enemies.

Popper was a famous philosopher of the 20th century, and one of his most famous books is The Open Society and Its Enemies. And he explains that for a long time, for centuries religious clerks had a full power on societies. They could say what the truth is, and it was an absolute truth. It was a truth coming from their definition of God. And they started to lose this power slowly, and the society changed. People started to think by themselves and people start, started to be more free. And so they lost their power and they started to hate a society where freedom could exist and where their definition of truth could be criticized. And the result was that they became enemies of freedom, enemies of the society that was starting to exist, and from capitalism, market economy, democracy, the idea of the rule of law. And it created a totalitarianism slowly, it was not called totalitarianism, but it was totalitarianism.

And you had many movements in Europe, but the first time this kind of totalitarians became successful was the French Revolution. During the French Revolution, in the beginning you had people who said they support freedom, they support the rule of law, but slowly these people were vanishing. And the people who took the power in 1792 were totalitarians, and they had their definition truth, and they wanted to impose this definition of truth. And French society and the people who disagreed were called enemies of the people, <affirmative> or enemies of the state, and they were killed. You had mass murders. The first mass murders of the modern times happened in the west of France in Vande, and you had hundreds of thousand people who were killed. They even try to invent gas chambers. And I could say that from that moment, the left was totally Italian. The left is based on hatred for open societies for all aspects of western civilization capitalist mechanism, market economy freedom free speech democracy, the roll of flower. And from that moment, they try to destroy all that and to impose their view of society and for a time for why they tried to create different societies. 

And that's what Lenin tried to do when he created the Soviet Union. It's what Hitler tried to do in Germany. What Muslim tried to do and all that collapsed. The Nazis created a world war and the fascist followed the Nazi and all that collapsed in a disaster. And they killed many people. He had the worst genocide in history show the Holocaust and Soviet Union collapsed later. And I could say that China never collapsed, but you have less and less people who think that China could be the future different future, but you still have people who think like that. They hide what they think, and they could say that if you look, and it's very important to see it. If you look at what what's happening in devils the people who speak of the great reset, you see that they have a strong admiration for the Chinese way of transforming a society. <affirmative> Zhin Ping was invited very often, and I could say that these people are the new totalitarians.

So when you think that the left is opposed to that, you could say that you have two aspects of the left. You have a leftist, you have many leftist here, and they think that close pub is their enemy. But if you look at the Biden administration, for example, in the United States, you see that the Biden administration is very close to the ideas of Schwab on the graduate set. And they say it clearly when they speak sometimes. And so these people wants to destroy open societies and the societies like the United States, why so many people in the world hate the United States? It's because the United States is the most powerful open society in the world. And if the United States did not exist, I could say Hitler could have been Vic victorious <affirmative>. He could have won the war would have, Yes, yes, of course. And in the beginning, Hitler and Stalin were allies after that they had to fight together.

And they could say that if the United States had not decided to help Stalin I think that Hitler would have one. And in such a case, we would be in a very different world. And afterwards I could say that if the United States did not exist the Soviet Union could have won. So the United States has been for more than one century the enemy of totals. So the totals hate the United States because the United States defeated them many times, <affirmative>. And it's the same with the new form of totalitarianism that is Islamism radical Muslims were largely defeated by the United States. So it the same. And so if you want to understand why so many people hated the United States, you have to understand that it's because of what the United States is. The United States is a beacon of democracy, of human rights, of free markets, and of freedom in general. And these people know it.

And so they cannot respect the United States. They just want to destroy the United States. And they could say that the left, and it's the case with the American left, wants to destroy the United States. And if you look at the new left that is now the left you see that these people had only one aim and they start to be successful. I hope that they will be defeated, but they would to be defeated quickly. They want to destroy the American society. And if you look at what the forbid the Biden administration is doing, you can see that the Biden administration is trying to destroy all the elements constituting the United States. They want to destroy the American population. That's why they did open the border on the south, the border between Mexico and the United States. You, you're have many, many people who come in the country and they don't try to see who these people are.

And many of these people are members of gangs. Many of these people practice drug trafficking. Many of these people are gangsters. Many of these people terrorists carry. Yes, you have terrorists among them. And many of these people can be sick. They carry disease. And these people bring drugs like fentanyl in the United States, and slowly they destroy the American society. They create areas that are unsafe. They create AR areas where people don't integrate to American society. They create AR areas where people hate the United States. And as it's not enough they destroy history. If you look at the way American history is practiced in high schools in universities, you see that students are brainwashed by the curriculum. Yeah, exactly. If you listen to what is said in historic classes you see that the teachers want children or students in general to hate this country, to think that this country was created thanks to genocide, slavery, and that really, this country is disgusting.

This country must be destroyed. So you create a generation of people who wants to destroy the country they live in, and they do the same thing with the blacks. They say to the blacks You built this country, <affirmative>, everything that exists in this country has been built by you but Doty white people exploited you, <affirmative>. So you have to take a revenge. And white people are racist, <affirmative>, and so slowly they disseminate destruction in the United States and they can be successful. I could say that right now many things are destroyed. In the United States, the education system is largely destroyed because when in a country you learn to children and to students to hate their own country, you destroy a country. If you look at the media, mass media, mainstream media in the United States, you see that they don't give information to people. It's mostly propaganda.

And the propaganda has one aim to destroy the country, to push people, to hate each other, to think that they cannot rely on each other to think that businesses are practicing exploitation of poor people, <affirmative> business are greedy, et cetera, etc. So they destroy any aspect of society and they want people to push this destruction because they are brainwashed. And we are in this kind of situation right now. And so the problem is not only to gain power again and to win elections, but you will have many, many more things to do. You would have to change the way the education works. You would have to change the media and you would have to change many aspects of business because in many businesses you have people who think like that and who try to educate the employees of the business and to think that they are guilty when they are white and that they are exploiters of black people.

And so I think that it would be a huge task to try to recover from now on. And it would be a huge work. I could say that during the Trump years Trump tried to redress the situation, but to address the situation. Yeah. Yes. But he was not successful or he was partly successful, but four years or not enough. And I could say even when I speak of four years I'm too generous. It was only three years. After three years, you had the pandemic and the left use the pandemic to destroy the economy, to destroy freedom, et cetera, et cetera. And as it was not enough they created riots all about the country.

DemoCast:

Was that purely for the election, the purpose of the election or beyond that? Did it serve a purpose beyond the

Prof. Milliere:

No. For them for the left the election of Trump was a bad surprise. <affirmative>, they didn't expect it. And so immediately they started to destroy the Trump presidency to do their best

DemoCast :

For the deep state.

Prof. Milliere:

Yeah. Yes, yes, exactly. The deep state is working for the left. It's obvious. And so they did hope that Trump could do nothing. <affirmative> Trump could do a few things anyway, but they did their best to create a situation where it could do nothing. And as it was not enough, after three years, they used the pandemic, as I said, and they destroyed the economy. They pushed people to be afraid. They said, they started to say to people, All of you will die if you don't stop to work, if you don't go back home if you accept the destruction of your freedom. And the American economy collapsed for a few month and after they started to recover. But when the economy started to recover they used the death of a gangster, a small thief in Minneapolis named George Floyd. George Floyd, exactly. They used it to create riots.

And the riots created a lot of destruction in the country. And because of that situation, it was easier to use fraud to change the fraud, to change the result of the elections. So they were successful. And after that by Biden came to power and they could start to destroy the country again. And they did it very quickly. I could say that when Obama was president, Obama was an anti-American leftist, still an anti-American leftist, but he did it slowly. And now it's quick, stronger destruction. If you look at the southern border, even under Obama, you didn't have the present situation and the southern border of the country. You have thousands and thousands of people went through the country every day. And after that, these people are put in buses or in planes, and they are sent to many, many parts of the country. They do it by night. So people cannot see it, but they do it. And so they want to destroy the American population. That's very clear. And they push different agenda in the education system. When you say Zay, are you referring just to No left, the far left, the Biden administration. And

DemoCast:

Is it the Democratic Party around the country - or only in Washington?

Prof. Milliere:

All around the country, I could say that you have less and less moderate Democrats. Moderate Democrats are pushed away and almost everywhere. And there you have insane leftist who really wants to destroy the country. And if you see all the money that was spent by the bid, by the administration in the first month, <affirmative> you see that they wanted to create inflation, now you have inflation. But they are not insane. They knew what they were doing. When you create a lot of money and when you create much more money than what you produce, create inflation because, so they created inflation. It all economists know that because every part of the money you create is supposed to be able to buy a part of what your product, of what you produce. And if you increase the amount of money and if you don't increase the amount of what you produce, you create inflation. Every dollar can buy much less. So to buy the same amount, you have to use many more dollars. And you have the goal is to destroy property to destroy the value of money and to push people to be more dependent from the state, from the government because people have less money. But the government can say, You have problems, you don't have enough money, we can send you checks. So people become dependent on the government, they lose their independence. And that's what's happening right now.

DemoCast:

Is it Communism?

Prof. Milliere:

Yes, it the way leading to Communism. 

DemoCast:

And to ensure communist equality. Yeah. What does the government then require of the population? So to find out that people are not using the black market or getting around the government and dissent, what kind of steps do they take to invade people's privacy?

Prof. Milliere:

They can invade people's privacy in many, many ways. For example they can say, You need to use vaccines. Or if you don't use vaccines, you will not be able to travel. You will not be able to do many, many things. So it's a way to invade privacy. And if you become dependent on the government, if you receive a part of what you need to live from the government, you become dependent from the government. You are not in independent anymore. So they don't want people to be independent. And if you increase the price of gas you create a situation in which it's becoming harder and harder for people to travel, to visit France, to do many, many things <affirmative>. So you destroy liberty, you destroy the possibility for people to go somewhere else and to do many, many things. So it's a way to destroy liberty.

And I could say that if you want to understand what's happening right now in the United States, you have to look at what did happen in France or in other European countries. I'm coming from France, so I know how it works in France. I would say 30, 40 years ago you had some Muslims living in the country, but not as, Right now you have more than 750 no-go zones in France. And these areas are no-go for the police. The police cannot, cannot enter. They cannot. No, they cannot enter these zones. And too dangerous. Exactly. Or if they go inside because they are looking for an order or something like that, they can create riots. And if you have riots all over the country, it creates a very dangerous situation for everybody. So they prefer to don't go in to leave these areas alone. So French people leave these areas and they are abundant.

They are not part of the French territory anymore. And it has very bad consequences for the economy because in these areas you have gangs, and these gangs go out of these areas to steal to practice bank robbery to murder people, people. And so you destroy the economy and the freedom of people to go out and to do many, many things. So it did happen in France. And I could say that if you look at the price of gas, the price of gas is much higher than here. And so people travel much less, and they use people to use public transportation on only public transportation. And when you use only public transportation you depend on the government because the good government control public transportation. And so you have less freedom to do what you want to do, but

DemoCast:

They restrict someone's access to...

Prof. Milliere:

Yes. And they use the idea that you have a global warming or climate change to <affirmative>. And they said, because of climate change we have to block streets. You have no possibility to go in some areas of the city except if you walk. So it's a good way to push people to comply, to have less freedom. And I could say that speaking about global warming and speaking of climate change is a good way to destroy every freedom, every liberty in the country. Because if you say to people, if you use your car, you contribute to global warming or you contribute to climate change. So don't use your car. Even if you travel somewhere you contribute to global warming and to climate change. And for example, even if you buy a ticket of plane or if you take the train in France, when you buy your ticket, it shows that you produce this amount of carbon monoxide.

So you are guilty and they show you that you are guilty. So you feel I'm guilty, so I will not do it anymore. And <affirmative>, when you destroy liberty when you destroy freedom you create people who are compliant and who accept almost anything. <affirmative>. And I could say France use Chinese methods during the pandemic. Yeah. For example, for several month French people were supposed to stay inside the home and they had no right to go out, or they could go out for one hour a day, That's it. They had no right to speak to other people in the streets because it could have been dangerous. <affirmative> you could be contaminated. They didn't have the right to go out and to go on the beach, for example, even in they were alone in the beach, <affirmative> I don't know if they risked to contaminate the sand or the sea <laugh>, but they had no right.

And all the people accepted this situation, <affirmative>. And they had to show a paper saying, I go out for one hour and to show it to the police. And they didn't have the right to go away from the home for a distance that would be more than health, health minor. That's it. <affirmative>. So all the apartments, all the houses in France were transformed into prisons. <affirmative>, <affirmative>, all people accepted to be prisoners in their own home, <affirmative>. And they accepted it. Nobody contested that <affirmative>. And in order to brainwash people every day at 8:00 PM you had a doctor coming on TV saying, Today 120 people died. Died. 1000 people had to go to the hospital, etcetera, <affirmative>. So people were supposed to say to themselves, I risk to die if I go out I risk to die. If I go back to the freedom I had in the past, it became impossible on all the people accepted. Nobody tried to go against that. Cause everyone was afraid to die. So France become a kind of totalitarian society and all the freedoms were completely suppressed for several months.

DemoCast:

<affirmative>. 

Prof. Milliere:

The mainstream media. You have two kinds of media in France, either media that belongs to the state. So you have state propaganda or media that belongs to company, companies, corporate that work for the state. So they have ties to the state, right? If they don't say what the state ask them to say they lose their contracts.

DemoCast:

Well, isn't it similar in the United States?

Prof. Milliere:

I don't think so. I think that you still have here come some independent media. For example, I could say that media like Fox News belong to a big business that works only in the field of news or motion picture industry, but they don't depend on the state. And I could say that it's the same with Newsmax, for example. Newsmax has no tie to the government. Yes. So you have that, but you don't have that in France. In many European countries you don't have that

DemoCast:

<affirmative>. But these are exclusive channels that people have to pay to receive as opposed to broadcast channels, broadcast networks, ABC, CBS, NBC.

Prof. Milliere:

Oh, these businesses

DemoCast :

And the local stations who are also corporate connected. Most stations are not truly independent, but they're corporations

Prof. Milliere :

For whom. But you still have some elements of liberty here that you don't have anymore in countries like France, unlike most European countries,

DemoCast:

<affirmative>.

Prof. Milliere :

So it's not perfect at all. And I could say that you still have American billionaires, they can buy something like Twitter. Twitter for example. And you see the reaction of the left. Ellen Musk said I want free speech. Twitter will become a place for free speech. And you look at the reaction of the left, the left say, Oh, it's scary. We don't want that. He will destroy our way to think about free speech. For them, free speech is only the way they speak

DemoCast :

The way they

Prof. Milliere :

Think. Yes. And the way they think and the way they speak.

DemoCast :

But there are more billionaires who own, as an example, Michael Bloomberg and Jeff Besos owns the Washington Post.

Prof. Milliere :

Yes.

DemoCast :

So there's much more billionaire or

Prof. Milliere :

Yes, exactly. Exactly of what we hear. I could say that here in the United States, 80, 85% of the media belongs to the left <affirmative>. In France, it's almost 100%. So at least you have some element of freedom that are left in the United States.

DemoCast :

Are these leftist sways in the individual countries? Are they disconnected or are they somehow related?

Prof. Milliere :

I don't understand your question. 

DemoCast :

What I mean, is it just France and Italy just independently become a more leftist? Or is there some kind of a central influence like China or World Economic Forum?

Prof. Milliere :

I could say that the World Economic Forum has a strong influence. China has a strong influence. And I could say that in Europe you have the European Union. And the European Union creates a kind of nomen cura taking care of every aspect of European societies. And I could say that a former Soviet dissident Vladimir Bukovsky wrote a book about that and said the European Union has one model, the Soviet Union, they work like the Soviet Union. They didn't destroy all liberties, but that's what they want to do it. So the European Union is a kind of subject union that can last because they didn't destroy all the freedoms.

DemoCast :

What happened to you when you addressed these issues in European media? Personally

Prof. Milliere :

I used to be a talk show host guest for a couple of month a guest. And before the show was starting, people were saying to me, Don't speak about that. It's forbidden. <affirmative> don't do it. So

DemoCast:

Who would say it? The people at the TV or radio?

Prof. Milliere :

Yeah, no, the people who own the media the people who represent them. And so some topics were for forbidden. I couldn't speak about it <affirmative>. And I could say that I stopped to be a talk show host guest.

DemoCast :

You were a host? Yeah.

Prof. Milliere :

Oh, for a couple of month. But sorry. But a frequent West guest was Muslim, <affirmative> leftist Muslim, <laugh> <affirmative>. And he was saying things that I could not accept. So I was criticized him very often. And one day he said the Holocaust did not even exist.

DemoCast :

Did it occur? Yeah.

Prof. Milliere :

And so I said, That's insane, <affirmative>. And I wrote an article about that <affirmative>. And the next day he said to the owners of this station If you keep him, I will never come back again. And people like me will not come back again. The next day I was fired.

DemoCast :

<affirmative>. Was it a Muslim channel?

Prof. Milliere :

No.

DemoCast :

What kind of a channel was

Prof. Milliere :

It? It was a private channel with connection with the government. But it was a private channel, not a Muslim channel. So if Muslim say bad, a leftist Muslim say bad things, if

DemoCast :

They complain,

Prof. Milliere :

They have the right to say it. If you criticize them you are the guilty party.

DemoCast :

Is it a bit like black activists can label someone as

Prof. Milliere :

Racist? They're done. Exactly.

DemoCast :

How about Muslims? Is it similar in the US today?

Prof. Milliere :

No, because they have much less power in the United States right now. And I think that they have much less power. It's because you have only a small amount of Muslims in American society. You have Muslims, but not as small as many as in country like France, in the country, like France. And they are 10% of the population. And it's almost impossible to get elected if you don't have the Muslim vote. And so you have to pay attention to what you say. You have to know that if you say something wrong about the Muslim, they will not vote for you. So you will not be elected the next time. You have to know that if you say really something strong against Muslims, you can have riots, et cetera, et cetera. <affirmative>. So

DemoCast :

What is Islamist imperialism is when you say Muslims in a country, maybe French Muslims have their own individual attitude. And in Germany and in Canada and America, they have, Or is there

Prof. Milliere :

Some kind of in every country where you have Muslims you can have some Muslims who integrate in societies. But Islam said that if you are a good Muslim, you are a member of the community of believers. And the community of believers is all Muslims on the south page of the earth. And you have to respect other Muslims and you have to obey to Muslim love. And according to Islam, the world is divided in two parts. One part is Dar al Islam. Mm-hmm. <affirmative> the territory where Islam rules

DemoCast :

The sphere of Muslim influence (power).

Prof. Milliere :

Yes, exactly. In any country. Yes. Yes. And you have a Dar al Harb - the realm of war. So this territory is a territory where Islam doesn't rule yet, but people, it's supposed to rule later

DemoCast:

For the, It's the land of battle for conquest.

Prof. Milliere:

Exactly. Exactly. So the duty of a good Muslim is to disseminate Islam and to push people to convert or to submit

DemoCast :

Into just what their religious beliefs are. Or in terms of political influence?

Prof. Milliere :

I could say that in Islam you don't have any difference between religion and politics. All that is connected in Islam God rules, God rules not only religiously but also politically. And so God has to rule everywhere, in every aspect of society.

DemoCast :

Why isn't this more known by now 20 years after September 11th?

Prof. Milliere :

I could say that it's because of the left think that Muslims and Islam can be their ally. They have something in common and they have something in common. They want to destroy the Western civilization. The left wants to destroy Western civilization. <affirmative> Muslims want to destroy Western civilization, <affirmative>. So they have this in common and they can work together. So I could say that Islamists think that it's good for them to have allies in the left because it helped them to conquer the West conquer and to make the west more Islamic. And the left think we use the Muslim to conrow the West. So one day we shall triumph and we shall get rid of Muslims, <affirmative>. And I think that Muslims have more possibilities to rule in the future because you have many more Muslims on the surface of the earth, then you have a leftist <affirmative>. And so I think that leftist are the useful idiots of Islam right now,

DemoCast :

How much leftist essence exists in main, the mainstream democratic party?

Prof. Milliere :

I think that the Democratic party is now leftist party. It was not the case 20 years ago, but now it's different. Now it's a leftist party. And maybe you have some Democrats who are not leftist, but they are pushed on the side. Or I think that people say to them, If you want to be elected as a Democrat, you have to accept the way we are now. If you don't accept and go out, go away, <affirmative>, you will not stay in the party.

DemoCast :

<affirmative>, is there a parallel? Did this occur in any European countries where the central,

Prof. Milliere :

Yeah. Yes, I could say that. If I look at the last elections in France, for example the traditional party of the left almost disappeared completely. The French socialist party got less than 2% of the votes last time. But leftist party who accept Islamist got 25%, almost 25% 23, something like that. So you see that leftist working with Islamist gain power, <affirmative>. And I could say that if a candidate of the traditional communist party had not been a candidate, the candidate of this leftist Islamic party could have been present at the second round of the election. And if the people who were older than 65 had not voted this guy would got more than 30% of the votes. So they are becoming very strong <affirmative>. They gain ground.

DemoCast :

Yes. How does, because we're recording this on Holocaust remembrance Day in terms of lessons that can be learned, how did the population of a western civilized country like Germany, how did the population become? So how did they turn so loyal to the state and opposed to their Jewish neighbors?

Prof. Milliere :

I'm not sure that they are opposed to Jewish neighbors. I could say that right now in Germany. In Germany people have a strong sense of guilt. They still have a Yes. Even today, how

DemoCast :

Did it occur in the 1930s that the government was able to

Prof. Milliere :

But they feel that what did happen in the 1930s was coming from the fact that they rejected all the people who are different from them. And for them, they rejected Jews for that reason. And now they apply this way of thinking to Muslims. So they say We rejected Jews in the past and it was really bad. It led to the Holocaust. Now we accept Jews, but we accept everyone. So we even accept Muslims, we accept radical Muslims. We have to be tolerant. And because of that, Germany is moron more Muslim. You heard more and more Muslims in Germany and Germans are paralyzed. They say nothing. And you have antisemitism in Germany, but it's mostly Muslim antisemitism.

DemoCast :

Mostly Muslim? 

Prof. Milliere :

Yeah, Muslim antisemitism. So because of that, Germans are afraid to criticize antisemites because they are Muslims and they say, We accept everyone. We don't want to say something bad about Muslims. And the same in France. They

DemoCast :

Don't wanna feel that they're racist.

Prof. Milliere :

Yes, yes, exactly.

DemoCast :

And how does this allow Islamism to rise to influence?

Prof. Milliere :

Yeah, because of that, they say we have to be tolerant, we have to accept all different people. And it's the same in France, the left gang ground and the Islam gang is gaining ground. Because of that you have more and more Islamist in France, in Germany. How about

DemoCast :

Britain?

Prof. Milliere :

The same thing. Britain? Yeah.

DemoCast :

The Corbyn Labor Party. This has this kind of influence.

Prof. Milliere :

Yeah, yeah. Yes, exactly. Exactly. 

Guy Millière, a senior fellow of the Gatestone Institute, is a professor at the University of Paris and published 27 books on France, Europe, the United States, and the Middle East. He is also the authors of thousands of articles published in France, Israel, and the United States. His last book, “The Resistible Rise of Barack Obama,” is an analysis of the policies and consequences of the Obama administration. He is working on an autobiography, “Dissident,” that will be published Spring 2023.

Here is a list of Prof. Milliere's articles in English on Gatestone Institute's website.
https://www.gatestoneinstitute.org/author/Guy+Milliere