| Jews for justice for Germans|
|Founder||• Paul Eisen|
• Henry Herskovitz
• Dan McGowan
|Purpose/focus||Historical justice for Germans|
|Membership||• Brian Ruhe|
• Thomas Nowicki
• Fabian Fjaelling
|A deliberately tongue-in-cheek attention-grabbing name for a group that understands the gross injustices that Germany and Germans have been subjected to at the hands of Jewish-dominated interests for the greater part of the 20th century and especially over their alleged responsibility for both world wars and the horrors accompanying them.|
Paul Eisen's introduction
"Jews for this, Jews for that, doesn't it just make you sick?
"But wait, this one's different.
"You've all heard of Jews for Justice for Palestinians (JFJFP) well, here's Jews for Justice for Germans (JFJFG).
"JFJFG was conceived by fellow Jew Henry Herskovitz, German-Irish American and wannabee Jew, Dan McGowan and me."
Group aims and objectives
From the Group web page:
- We call on Elie Wiesel to withdraw and apologize for his statement that "All Jews should set apart in themselves a zone of hate - healthy, virile hate - for what the German personifies and for what persists in the Germans".
- We call on all Jews to demand that the interactions between Germans and Jews 1933-1945 be open to discussion in the same way as any other events in history
- In this connection we call on all Governments to repeal, with immediate effect, all Holocaust denial laws and immediately publicly apologize to and compensate all who have suffered under those laws
- In the interests of reconciliation we call on the German Federal Government to cease, with immediate effect, all reparation payments to Israel and all compensation payments to Jewish survivors of the interactions between Germans and Jews 1933-1945.
- In the interests of justice, we call on representatives of Jewish communities worldwide to meet with representatives of the German people to discuss the possible repayment of some reparations and compensations paid to Jews by Germans
- We call on representatives of Jewish communities worldwide to begin discussions about the role of Jews in the suffering inflicted on Germans since 1945 and, if appropriate, to make arrangements for apology, reparation and compensation.