An international coalition consisting of the Jews for Justice, Jews for Enlightenment and We for Humanity has written an open letter entitled “One of many – one too many” in memory of Clemens Arvay. In it, the authors take a hard stance on media hate speech against those who think differently and criticize the anti-Semitism cudgel that the mainstream likes to use. This is used as a weapon to suppress government critics. The alliance of Jews from all over the world states unequivocally: “We don’t want that!”
The open letter reads as follows:
Open letter in memory of Clemens Arvay: One of many – one too many.
Jews against media hate speech
This letter was written by Jews who have come together internationally. It is aimed at politicians and the media, but also and above all at our fellow human beings who stand by idly or who make a valuable contribution through anticipatory obedience.
We mourn the death of Clemens Arvay. What drove this gentle man to end his life at the age of forty-two? What drove a loving father to abandon his son? Always factual and focused on a conflict-free discussion, devoted to nature and music … how desperate must Clemens Arvay have been that he gave up everything he loved because he saw no way out?
There is hardly a worse insult to a decent person than to be called an “anti-Semite”. When the advocates of the dominant opinion—or rather, the opinion of the dominant ones—unprovokedly brandish the anti-Semitic mace, they condone the pain and despair they cause.
Clemens Arvay was also exposed to such agitation and was denigrated as an anti-Semite. We are no longer in a position to ask him what the ultimate trigger for his decision was. But one question that can and must be asked of the rabble-rousers – the affected media outlets, including some leading newspapers and individual beneficiaries of political favors – is: Are you moved by the thought that this death might have something to do with your rabble-rousing? It doesn’t matter what the ultimate trigger was, but you must address the possibility that you could be responsible for Clemens’ final, irreversible decision.
This death breaks the dam. The pent-up horror at the way you deal with what is sacred to us, what has shaped us, what causes our pain and our knowledge, moves us to write this letter.
An anti-Semite is a Jew-hater. Those who tried to exterminate the Jews of Europe eighty years ago were anti-Semites.
Nazis are eugenicists, mass murderers who denigrate, abuse and kill people out of their supposed racial superiority.
Using these terms against people who merely question the vaccination agenda that has become religion, advocate for peace negotiations, or otherwise oppose a political or media trend is an unacceptable trivialization of Nazism and the Holocaust. Such an inflationary comparison of dissidents with mass murderers is a mockery of the victims of National Socialism. Some of these victims are the ancestors of the signers of this letter, our parents and grandparents. And the signatories know firsthand what separates a dissenting biologist with such impressive human integrity from an anti-Semite.
The anti-Semitism baton is used as a weapon against critics of government policies. Like any weapon, it causes destruction. Like any weapon, it is a means of oppression and violence. We don’t want that!
Why do we find ourselves able to say, “Enough is enough”? Because the impression is created that we, the Jews, are the ones holding the baton of anti-Semitism. That it is us who want to be protected from the “swearers”, “conspiracy theorists”, “Nazis” and “right-wing extremists”. That it was us who supposedly wanted to be protected from Clemens Arvay.
We are also said to have asked for protection from Vera Sharav, Andrew Bridgen, Daniele Ganser, Sucharit Bhakdi, Neil Oliver, Roger Waters, Andrew Tate, Ken Jebsen and David Icke to name a few. We are said to have been the ones who demanded fashionable lawsuits for incitement to hatred and the downplaying of the Holocaust in Germany or renewed activity in Austria.
Clemens Arvay was not an anti-Semite. We have not accused anyone of hurting him on our behalf.
dr Daniele Ganser is not an anti-Semite. We don’t want to be used to silence this historian because his opinion of the war contradicts the accepted narrative.
Prof. Dr. Sucharit Bhakdi is not an anti-Semite. Far from representing all Jews, those who object to the scholar whose passionate enlightenment saved countless lives.
Neil Oliver is not an anti-Semite, nor should he be defamed on our behalf.
Andrew Bridgen is not an anti-Semite, and the fellow politician who vilified him as such has now been exposed for the corrupt and manipulative official that he is.
The fact that Vera Sharav, a Holocaust survivor and lifelong advocate of medical ethics, is being prosecuted in Germany for Holocaust denial and hate speech makes all the more clear what we are dealing with. This is not done on our behalf.
The same applies to each of the personalities mentioned and countless other critically thinking people who are denied, insulted, marginalized and robbed of their good name and their existence within the framework of the uniform Corona agenda according to a uniform principle – like according to a script.
Every legal proceeding according to the paragraphs mentioned and every baseless insult as “Nazi”, “anti-Semite” or “Holocaust denier” aims at the destruction of a reputation, a financial and social existence – or even a life. In a society that defines itself as liberal-democratic, we can never support such measures.
Even more: We live in fear and worry: Whoever destroys lives in our name, whoever divides society, whoever agitates against a critical minority, justifies and promotes real anti-Semitism. And that’s not all: the constantly cultivated fear of being insulted as a Nazi or anti-Semite robs people of civil courage and degrades our society to one that passively watches injustice.
In his book Guide to Unhappiness, Paul Watzlawick writes:
“What A says about B says a lot about A and little about B.”
That says everything about the godless campaign against Clemens Arvay.
To everyone who shares our pain and concern: take action! To the agitators and their contractors, will you at least have the grace to allow Clemens’ son to be proud of his father? Will you right this wrong? Will you see the people behind the critics in the future? The fathers, mothers, lovers, sons, daughters and people like you who just don’t share your opinion?
Jews for Justice – Jews for Enlightenment – We for Humanity
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