Rafi Eitan was an Israeli general, former Chief of Staff of the Israel Defense Forces, chief of the Mossad operation that captured Adolf Eichmann, a key player in the theft of the PROMIS spy software, and a Knesset member. He died in March of this year.
Last year Eitan made a video wherein he came out in support for the “far right” Alternative for Germany (AfD) party, which is often referenced as a “Nazi” party by the lying press. Eitan stated that he wished the AfD would be able to spread all across Europe.
I’m sure that if you work wisely, strongly and, most important, realistically … that instead of ‘Alternative for Germany,’ you might become an alternative for all of Europe.”
The message was recorded in honor of International Holocaust Remembrance Day.
We all in Israel appreciate your attitude towards Judaism.” ~ Rafi Eitan
So what’s going on here? Well, for starters, AfD is most certainly not a “Nazi” party. The party really only stands against the mass immigration of Muslims into Germany, and does not call out who is behind the invasion. This template is followed across Europe, with leaders such as Geert Wilders, Tommy Robinson, Marine Le Pen, Sebastian Kurz, Victor Orban, etc. – all of whom are more than happy to bend the knee to the international jew in general, and Israel in particular. It is a similar situation in America, though it is not just Muslims who are invading our living space.
In Europe, just like in America, the right wing is actually much more friendly to jews than the left wing, which often has activists who are highly critical of jewish supremacy and their racist state of Israel. This is why jews like Rafi Eitan want to see more “far right” groups like AfD spreading all over Europe, so that they provide a barrier of defense and obfuscation for his nation-wrecking tribe.
Israel’s ambassador to Germany, Jeremy Issacharoff, was not very happy with Eitan’s message to the AfD, writing on Twitter that he rejected Eitan’s statements and claiming that the AfD glorifies “Nazi” Germany’s past. He said, “It’s sad and a shame.”
The AfD has long been a strong supporter of Israel, and even supported Trump’s decision to recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s capital. The party’s deputy spokesperson, Beatrix von Storch, said:
As long as Germany provides Islamic regimes such as Turkey or Saudi Arabia with arms, there is no reason why Israel, as a pro-Western, democratic state should be excluded from arms deals.”
A poll from September 2017 found that 90% of AfD’s Bundestag members agreed with a statement by Chancellor Angela Merkel that “Israel’s security is Germany’s raison d’etre.” So the AfD thinks that Germany’s primary purpose for existing is to provide security to the jewish terrorist state? What an alternative!
The AfD currently holds positions in the Bundestag, State Parliaments, and the European Parliament.