German President: 'Migrants Cannot Be Anti-Semitic.' Uh, A Little Late for That...
We haven't heard much from Germany lately. In case you were wondering, it's still a flaming pit of immigrant suckness (see Germany's Immigrant Crime Up Over 50% from Last Year and HAPPY RAMADAN! Man Murdered In Germany For Smoking and Eating Ice Cream). But fret not, their president is putting his foot down. For reals this time!
German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier on Friday demanded his country's immigrants reject anti-Semitism, characterizing it as a "non-negotiable" condition for living in Germany.
"There are things which are part of Germany. And one of these is our responsibility for our past: the lessons of two World Wars, the lessons from the Holocaust, the responsibility for Israel's security, the rejection of any form of racism and anti-Semitism," said the German president at a Hannukah event at the Israeli embassy in Berlin.
"For this responsibility, no line can be drawn under the past for later generations - and no exceptions be made for immigrants. It is non-negotiable - for all who live in Germany and want to live here!" he added.
A study published earlier this week found that anti-Semitism among Muslim refugees in Germany is rampant and requires urgent attention.
Which feminist-sized rock has this guy been living under the past few years? Germany's Muslim migrants have had a problem with anti-Semitism for a while, but he's just now getting around to asking them to refrain from hating on Jews. Give it a few more years and he may eventually tell them to stop with all the rapage of women too. Slow and steady, now!
Look, let's address the suicide-vested elephant in the room here. This isn't the first time Germany has tried being stern with refugees. It usually amounts to diddly squat (see FED UP? Angela Merkel Promises Burqa Ban in Germany). Something tells me this time won't be any different. But hey, feel free to prove us wrong, deutschebags...