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A New Zealand petition to rescind honours given former SS volunteer Willi Huber has tripled support in a month | Photo: NZ TV

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A petition condemning a New Zealand ski resort that honours a former SS volunteer turned ski coach and sportsman has been signed by 5000 people and continues to gain traction.

As reported in TheJ.ca, an Austrian man ventured to New Zealand in 1953, leaving his actions with the Waffen-SS out of his emigration papers.  Willi Huber emigrated under the guise of a mere German footsoldier, and became a founding father of Mt. Hutt, a popular Caterbury resort and pioneer of skiing in NZ. He died on August 9 at age 98.

His comments in a 2017 documentary demonstrated little remorse for being associated with Hitler, as Huber spoke glowingly of the #1 Nazi, who he admired as a child  before joining Hitler Youth marches as a teen.

The petition, which is gaining about 1500 supporters a week, lays out the basis for their outrage:

“How lucky Mr Huber was to be able to make a “new start”, something that was not afforded to the victims murdered by the SS… We demand that Mt. Hutt Ski Area removes the plaque honouring an unrepentant Nazi, who in a 2017 NZ TV interview said, “I give it to Hitler, he was very clever” and admitted he volunteered to serve in the SS… We also demand Mt. Hutt Sky Area rename the ski slope named after SS Officer Huber… Nazis should not have their “legacy” remembered.”


Australia

A bizarre disinformation campaign of historical revisionism was launched by a student group in Australia, alleged Zionism is “inherently antisemitic” and claimed the fledgling state of Israel of engaging in ethnic cleansing of “Arab Jews”.

The “Students for Humanity” club shared Instagram and Facebook stories in August with one post stating “Zionism=antisemitism”, and claimed “Zionist mercenaries” had bombed Jewish communities in Egypt and Iraq to hasten their making aliyah.

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Australian Jewish News reported the committee of Yallah, an organisation dedicated to remembering the narrative of Jews from Arab lands and Iran and celebrating Mizrachi/Sephardi heritage, said, “It is deplorable that the UTS Students for Humanity society have denied our history and persecution in order to weaponize it for their political agenda.”

The propaganda campaign drew a strenuous complaint from the Australasian Union of Jewish Students (AUJS), which pointed out that the University of Technology, Sydney (UTS)  Code of Conduct requires clubs to “treat others fairly and with respect, and not harass, victimise or discriminate against members, students or others … on the grounds of race, colour, ethnic or ethno-religious background, descent or national identity”. 

Norway 

A change to the interpretation of an EU extradition law has led Norway to arrest a former Fatah terrorist after other killers placed him at a 1982 bombing raid on a kosher restaurant in Paris. The shooting and grenade spree by Palestinian terrorists at the Jo Goldenberg restaurant killed six people and wounded at least 20.  

The attack marked a resurgence of antisemitic violence as the largest slaughter of Jews in France since the Nazis were driven out by the Allies. Le Parisien has reported that the head of the domestic intelligence agency, Yves Bonnet, confessed shortly after the attack of his secret concession with Abu Nidal to allow them unfettered movement in France on the condition there be no other attacks.

A French magazine published photos of Walid Abdulrahman Abou Zayed, the first concurrent to the terrorist murders at a Paris restaurant in 1982, and a more recent photo of his Norwegian ID from 2012 | Photo: Paris Match

Although news reports did not identify the man, TheJ.ca has confirmed that in 2015 France issued a European arrest warrant against Walid Abdulrahman Abou Zayed of Norway, alias “Souhail Othman”He immigrated to Norway in 1991 and had denied ever being in Paris, but French courts heard sequestered testimony implicating him from other former members of the Abu Nidal faction. He had been protected from a previous extradition attempt in 2015 on the basis he was a legal immigrant to Norway and a 25 year statute of limitations on “serious acts of terrorism” still applied.

Mexico

Offering “its greatest apologies” for displaying a large colour photograph showcasing how the first Volkswagen Sedan was a prop at an Adolph Hitler speech in 1938 did not spare the Volkswagen distributor in Villa Coyoacán, Mexico from consequences.

“The company has made the decision to end the commercial and business relationship with the distributor (…)” stated VW Mexico on Twitter, “since we strongly disapprove of the fact that it exhibited those images in its facilities, which showed a regime that emphasized hatred and discrimination at one time of history that fortunately has been left behind “

Fernanda Martinez, who describes themselves as a “journalist, writer, digital and technology expert” saw the image on a visit to the dealership, near the centre of Mexico City, and circulated a picture on Twitter shaming the brand. That drew an apology from VWMexico on September 6. “We have a history that we have learned from… We do not tolerate manifestations of hatred and discrimination. The images do not correspond to our corporate image or that of the distributors. We will take action.”

Promoting Hitler’s endorsement for the original Volkswagen Beetle resulted in the authorized dealer | Photo: Fernanda Martinez

Baltimore

Facing admission quotas at private schools, the leaders of the Jewish community in Baltimore established Park School in 1912. Their ultra-liberal approach to education and knowledge included a staff seminar in August on “how educators working with parents and communities can build communal, civically engaged schools rooted in Abolitionist Teaching with the goal of intersectional social justice for equitable classrooms that love and affirm Black and Brown children.”

But, that wasn’t good enough for the radical antisemites in the “Black at Park Organizing Collective”. 

A letter from the BLM affiliate, claiming to be composed by disaffected graduates and former students, demanded the school “atone for the deep and painful anti-black violence our black peers have experienced”, requiring a thorough reflection on “its inception, early exclusions, culture of whiteness and wealth hoarding, its tolerance of Zionism, and its parasitic relationship to Baltimore City.” 

Asserting the school, with a peak tuition of over $34,000, is built on “white supremacist structures and environments of learning, teaching, and community-making”, the Jew-hating race-hustlers demanded that the school change its curriculum, admissions practices, and hiring standards for faculty and staff.

Neither school administrators nor board members had the courage to respond to questions about the Collective’s use of vile antisemitic language like “parasites” and “wealth hoarding”, but rather, officials told the Free Beacon the school is working with the group to implement a series of reforms, including changes to its “diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives.” 

Salem, Mass.

Logoed stickers, purportedly from the Nationalist Social Club, have police in Salem, Massachusetts asking for the public to keep their eyes open. “We try not to give this too much detail,” Salem police Capt. Fred Ryan told Salemnews.com, “because we don’t want to put their message out there for them.” 

The sticker, shown in a Facebook post within a Salem Common Neighborhood Association group last week, is white with black lettering. It identifies NSC — an acronym for the Nationalist Social Club — with the S drawn in the style of the twin S markings associated with the Schutzstaffel organization in Nazi-era Germany. Ryan warned the white nationalists are “trying to recruit, trying to advertise their cause,” but “We have a zero-tolerance approach to these types of groups in Salem.”

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