Monday, February 24, 2020

Europe: "If I were Jewish, I would leave for a friendlier place"

"If this trend carries on, in two generations, we will perhaps go, like n Rhodes or in Budapest, to almost empty synagogues in old Jewish quarters belonging to history. It is with a certain indifference that our continent will slowly close the rich and tragic history of European Judaism." (Nicolas de Pape)
Belgian author and journalist Nicolas de Pape wrote a book about antisemitism in Europe ("Sur la nouvelle question juive").  He was interviewed by Drieu Godefridi for Causeur.

Nicolas de Pape is quite pessimistic about the future of Jews in Europe. He stated that if he were a Jew, he would move on to greener pastures.

Read the interview (in French)

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