“No Jew suffered on Romanian territory” during World War II.
These are the Worlds of Aurel Vainer, a romanian politician. Romanian Jews expressed outrage on Tuesday after Sova made comments denying the Holocaust in the country. Vainer is now appointed to a ministerial position.
Jewish parliamentarian Aurel Vainer criticized the government for making Dan Sova its new liaison to parliament, saying the Social Democratic politician’s comments last March that:
“No Jew suffered on Romanian territory” during World War II made him unsuitable for the job.
“I am willing to wear a black band around my arm [in protest],” Vainer was quoted as saying by local media.
Sova drew criticism last March when he said the 1941 Lasi pogrom carried out by fascist forces allied with Nazi Germany resulted in the death of two dozen Jews, rather than the estimated death toll of between 13,000 to 15,000 agreed upon by historians.
“Historical data show that a total of 24 Jews were killed during the Iasi pogrom by the German army,” he said.
Sova went on to praise Ion Antonescu, Romania’s wartime dictator, who was in league with Berlin and was responsible for the deaths of tens of thousands of Jews, for protecting the country’s Jewish community.
Source: Jerusalem Post
Holocaust denial is a criminal offense in Austria and Germany. If Romania joins the EU and Schengen, all of us might see red carpets being rolled out for ministers who basically support Nazism.
Paul the Apostle warned us about terrible times as we approach the coming of the antichrist, and the true Messiah Jesus of Nazareth.
The Messiah will return to Earth to bring an end to all wickedness, cheating and falsehood. Holocaust deniers will face the eternal flames of Hell. They believe in a horrible denial of the truth, and distributes these satanic lies about the Globe.
All who support the lies of Nazism, must repent. All who support genocide and crimes against the chosen people of God, bring a curse on their own head. If such people do not repent, they will perish.
Written by Ivar
please, double check that you got the names right.
As the article now stands – it contradicts itself:
First, the article says that the – jewish! – politician Aurel Vainer denied any Romanian holocaust…!?
(And also the caption under the picture.)
BUT, a few lines down, it says, that “Jewish parliamentarian Aurel Vainer criticized the government for making Dan Sova its new liaison to parliament, saying [Dan Sova’s] comments last March that “No Jew suffered on Romanian territory” during World War II made him unsuitable for the job.
And Vainer is “willing to wear a black band around [his] arm [in protest]”
Clearly, something is not right in this article as it stands.
We wouldn’t want to make it appear as though a jew denied the holocaust – thats pretty serious.
Thanks for correcting me in love. There was a logical error in this article.
Now, it has been corrected. May Jesus bless you. Amen.