A Holocaust Museum for Buenos Aires
Zionists Dominating Argentina (1/10/97)
The Jewish Century
World politics today has shown to have little or no room for neutrality on the Jewish question. The prevailing status quo demands that Jewish issues be discussed with utmost reverence. Allegations of Jewish misfortune are treated with more compassion than those of any other people; while atrocities perpetrated by Jews in the name of Israel's security are tolerated. And when freethinking intellectuals call to question governments' allegiances to the Jewish state, they become ostracized dissidents who endure all kind of adversities.
As this nameless century nears an end, it becomes more appropriate to deem it the Jewish Century, since the Jewish rise to power is one of the most determining factors in the lifes of nations. Jewish power is no more a matter of suspicion and it must no longer be called a conspiracy: it has become an "in your face" kind of force. Everything is now in the open and made official by laws, decrees and other types of documented policy. We need not to imagine what goes on behind closed doors; what they allow us to see has surpassed all levels of healthy tolerance.
Argentina and the New World Order
Democratic Argentina is a country that has embraced the New World Order and, rather consequently, all the trends and mannerisms that come with it, with a willingness almost passional. No opportunity to demonstrate allegiance to the influence of the World Stock Exchange and the United Nations has been spared. During the Persian Gulf War, Argentina sent three warships to the region to incorporate itself to the multinational effort to oust the Iraqis from Kuwait, their former province. Later, Argentina's navy was also present at the multinational blockade against Haiti, a country with national defense forces inferior in number and fire power to
the Los Angeles Police Department. Members of the Argentinian military have also worn the "blue helmets" of the United Nations in the Balkans and currently they keep peace (or whatever else) in parts of Africa. A few Argentinian young men have died in the black continent due to regional diseases they contracted, while some have brought new viruses to the otherwise healthy population of the South American country.
Argentina has opened its doors to non-White immigrants from the Orient, Koreans being the most benefited by this politics of "open borders". Amnesty was granted to all illegal aliens during the early 90's, thus giving legal status to nearly half million mestizos from bordering Latin American countries (the Amnesty Law had initially been promoted on the basis that no more than fifty thousand illegals would be using the advantages of that piece of legislation). Argentina's lackey submission to the New World Order has been reinforced with the enactment of anti-hate laws, which curb constitutionally guaranteed freedom of speech. It all seems to indicate
that the unwritten policies of diplomatic-economic-cultural apartheid that once made Argentina a pariah nation since its neutrality during World War II, are finally changing. The government of President Menem and his allies in the Legislative branch of political power, have gone one step further in their effort to get closer to Washington, Tel Aviv and Bonn. Now Buenos Aires will have its Holocaust Museum, a respectful shrine to Jewish power.
A Holocaust Museum in Buenos Aires
Law 24636 sanctioned by the Argentinian Congress and published in the May 7, 1996, edition of the Official Bulletin, mandates the construction that will "honor the memory" of the alleged "6,000,000 victims of the Holocaust" (one of the proponents of the law stated that 1,500,000 were Jewish children). Article two of this law, establishes for location the building at 919 Montevideo Street, an estate across the street from Congress. This expensive piece of property was donated in 1995 by the national government to the Fundaci\n Memoria del Holocausto (Foundation Memory of the Holocaust, a group of local Hebrew agitators). On paper, the Museum has
been proposed by a number of legislators who bear no Jewish last names (their backgrounds appear to be Spanish, Italian, Irish and English).
Ruben Beraja, the Argentinian Jew banker vice-President of the World Jewish Congress, said in an interview published in daily Clarin (May 8, 1996) that "this was an spontaneous initiative of the legislators and we support it because it will put Buenos Aires among the cities of the world that repudiate the horror of the Holocaust". Mr. Beraja's assertion that the
initiative was "spontaneous" is difficult to believe, knowing the background of some of these professional politicians and the intrusion of the pro- Israeli lobby in the national affairs of Argentina. Worthy of mention is that while the above mentioned parties were portraying the whole move as "spontaneous", Gilbert Lewi (Jewish), president of the Foundation "Memoria del Holocausto" takes credit, publicly, for the whole idea. His foundation will get a piece of the estate, as it's explained in the latter
portion of this report.
Holocaust Museum = Germanophobia
Although the construction of the Holocaust Museum was approved only in May of 1996, by November of the same year the architectural work had already been assigned (to architects Berdichevsky, Cherny, Pfeifer, Huberman, Schmunis, Triskier, etc.). The Museum is described as a "narrative museum" (in other words, a Talmudic theme park), suggesting that what the attendants won't see it will be narrated to them. Judging by the anti-German overtone of the plans for this museum and previous similar projects, this one is expected to be a Hollywood- esque recreation of the all too common scenes of mean Aryan villains abusing helpless righteous
Jews. The top two floors of the structure will be used by the Foundation "Memoria del Holocausto", from where they will coordinate activities for the advancement of traditional Jewish interests.
Congressman Mendoza: Loyal to the Jews
One of the most relentlessly pro-Israeli member of the block of 14 legislators is Claudio Mendoza, who sits in the Argentinian Congress as a representative of the impoverished province of Chaco, near the Paraguayan border. Mr. Mendoza is not new to promoting Germanophobia; in 1994 he inaugurated a Holocaust Museum in the city of Resistencia, the capital of his native Chaco. The monument in question consists of seven columns representing, in Mendoza's words, "the advancement of humanity from primitivism toward spiritual evolution". That first monument was designed by a Jewish architect, Claudia Aranovich.
Coincidentally, also in 1994, Mr. Mendoza received a Human Rights Award from the global B'nai B'rith. It is interesting to notice the pro- Jewish record of Mr. Mendoza's agenda. Certainly the same energy and devotion has not been applied to represent the members of his needy constituency. The Chaco province has quite a
pathetic record of backwardness: 9.7% of its population live in residences with dirt floors; illiteracy runs at 16.5% of those over 10 years of age; 36.1 per 1,000 of newborns die before seeing their first year of age. Nevertheless, Mr. Mendoza sees it appropriate to campaign, as a paid representative of the Chaco province, for Holocaustmania. May this be a case of innocently misplaced loyalties?
In spite of the millions of dollars spent worldwide, I have not found any evidence that the type of projects that aim to perennially remind us of alleged Jewish sufferings have contributed to any of the supposed desires objectives, namely: promoting peace, understanding and justice among all men; reconciling and healing old wounds; fighting ethnic stereotypes and building a society where tolerance rules, without political prejudices. I believe that none of the previously mentioned objectives will ever be achieved in any Western nation, as long as the success of some of these goals remain in the hands of fanatical anti-White aliens.
People interested in further information on the official Jewish side of this story may contact: Fundaci\n Memoria del Holocausto, C.C. 47, Sucursal 22, 1422 Buenos Aires, Argentina; 011 54 1 371 4708; 011 54 1 371 4520
Any questions related to this and other previously discussed matters can be mailed to my post office box in the city of Pasadena.
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Zionists keep building up pressure on Argentina. It seems that the few
liberties left for Argentinians in Argentina are vanishing rapidly. The
influence that Zionists exercise in Argentina - a country where the Jewish
population is estimated at a 3% of all the citizenry - keeps growing out
of proportion. Regardless of all the concessions and privileges extended
to the Semitic minority, there is no sign of appreciation or gratitude,
as newer demands pile on. Neither there is indication of a near end to the
In the last year, or so, and as direct result of (Zionist) pressure, the Argentinean government has removed at least a minister from the national cabinet, raided book stores and newsstands and confiscated books and periodicals, (criminalized) individuals with revisionist and other unorthodox views on the so-called Holocaust, (criminalized) citizens for voicing criticism of Israel's policy of legalizing torture, and extradited naturalized Argentinean citizens to face more trials for alleged war crimes.
Holocaust studies have been instituted in the public schools. The national government is building a Holocaust Museum, etc. The recent visit of Argentina's head of state, President Menem, to Washington, D.C., was yet another opportunity to observe the maneuverings, ever more open, of the Jewish lobby.
In anticipation to the meeting that in early December of 1996 presidents Menem and Clinton had in the White House, Abraham Foxman, leader of the multinational Anti-Defamation League of B'nai Brith, wrote a letter to President Clinton. In it, Foxman urged the American President to raise the issue of the unsolved acts of antisemitism in Argentina.
As expected, President Clinton echoed the political agenda of the Jewish leader. The acts of antisemitic violence that Foxman made reference to are the March of 1992 explosion at the Israeli Embassy in Buenos Aires and the explosion of July 1994 at the Argentine Israeli Mutual Association. Foxman alleges that the lack of suspects being brought to trial "exacerbates the feeling of vulnerability of the Jewish community".
Mr. Foxman, although prompt and speedy at mentioning what has not been done in regard to matters of Jewish concern, has failed to mention what has been done to placate Jewish fears.
To mention a few more things: