Hatred Lives
By Moshe Katz
Israeli Krav International

January 3, 2018, Israel

The years pass, a little boy becomes an old man. A generation goes, a generation comes, hope and despair.

A little boy is told: The world hates you, and he wonders why. He spends the next 50 years searching for an answer.

Hatred lives.

An old woman in Germany, she is 92, she was one of Hitlers girls, one of the famed "Berghof Girls". Does she have any regrets? None.

The grand daughter of a famed Nazi is still active providing assistance and legal aid to aging Nazis. And a new generation rises.

Modern "Liberals" say "We don't hate Jews, we only hate Israel for its policies" and the world does not change.

Lets' go back about 2,000 years to the Anti Semites of Greece. Scholar Lawrence Schiffman attempts to offer possible logical reasons why Jews who were born in Greece, spoke Greece, worked and paid taxes were discriminated against. After a few possible explanations he comments, "Yet Antisemitism seems to transcend history; and no explanation suffices to explain it. New circumstances change some of the details from time to time, but the dominate motifs and accusations persist no matter how often they are shown to be false and no matter how much Jews may assimilate." (From Text to Tradition, Lawrence Schiffman, page 91)

This was even before Christianity was born along with the accusation of Deicide, the killing of God. Soon would come blood libels, accusations of poisoning the wells and causing plagues, the Crusades and countless massacres, inquisitions, Farhoud and the Holocaust.

Finally the Jewish state would be reborn only to be attacked by the entire Arab world again and again. And today most of the world stands with our enemies.

Today the very same idea is expressed via "Anti Israel" policies as the entire world minus the USA and a few scattered islands and Guatemala unite against Israel voting 128 to Practically nothing to say we have no claim to our own capital.

And there are those few who stand with us, with truth, with honesty, with morality. And we are grateful for those few.

The Berghof was Adolf Hitler's home in the Obersalzberg of the Bavarian Alps near Berchtesgaden, Bavaria, Germany. Other than the Wolfsschanze ("Wolf's Lair"), his headquarters in East Prussia for the invasion of the Soviet Union, Hitler spent more time at the Berghof than anywhere else during World War Two.