Jews face a danger of vanishing unless they resist assimilation into non-Jewish populations, a leading Zionist Supremacist in Canada has announced—yet any attempt by other ethnic groups to maintain their biological identity is virulently attacked by the Jewish lobby.
Writing in an article published by the Jerusalem Post, Richard Marceau, a lawyer for Canada’s Centre for Israel and Jewish Affairs and a former Member of Parliament from 1997 to 2006, said that “the Jewish people is facing three major challenges, both in the Diaspora and in Israel. They are the three A’s: anti-Semitism, assimilation and threat of annihilation.
“They only way to overcome these challenges is by coming together. This is nothing new,” Marcheau wrote.
“What does being anti-Zionist mean? It means denying the right of self-determination to the Jewish people, a right recognized for every other nation on the planet,” he continued.
Yet that is the point: any attempt by Europeans, or any other nation, to exert their right to self-determination and the maintenance of their identity, is immediately attacked, denigrated and slandered by those same Jews such as Marceau.
In America, the Jewish Supremacist ADL, SPLC and other Yiddish organizations have full time departments devoted to attacking any individual, organization or leader who dares to stand up for their own communities, be it Dr. David Duke or Rev. Louis Farrakhan.
As Marceau said, it is “nothing new”—it is the old double standard where Jews are allowed to promote their own identity, nationality and even a Jews-only country (and demand that Americans pay for it), yet no-one else, of any race or ethnicity, is allowed that same right.
It is also a form of hatred: It expresses the desire to obliterate an entire country, to want to see the State of Israel cease to exist, to disappear.
Marceau went on to discuss the issue of assimilation by Jews in western nations: “Intermarriage rates – a good indication of acculturation and a certain distance from one’s Jewish identity – are high and rising: more than 50% in the United States, more than 40% in France and the UK, around 35% in Canada.
“If nothing is done, ultimately, we may well be witnessing the death of the Diaspora, where only a small core of Orthodox Jews will remain. The recent numbers published by the New York Jewish Federation might very well be giving us a preview of this phenomenon.
“Forty-one percent of the world’s Jews now live in Israel; in a quarter of century, it will be more than half, mainly because of assimilation in the Diaspora.”