Learning From the Nazis: Israel Admits Secretly Injecting Ethiopian Jews With Birth Control Drugs

57 percent of women who had received birth-control drug Depo-Provera in Israel are Ethiopian Jews, although they account for less than 2 percent of the overall population.  Depo-Provera was first used on Black populations in White apartheid South Africa.  The drug destroys a woman’s long-term ability to have children.

Ethiopian Jews are also forced to convert to Ashkenazi Jewish practices, based on the Talmud and adopted by Turkic converts from Khazaria centuries ago, and encouraged to discontinue the Ethiopian Judaic traditions of their religion.

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Dutch Jewish Involvement in Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade

Jews were so influential in the Dutch colonies in the Caribbean that slave auctions scheduled to take place on Jewish holidays often were postponed.

In one area of what used to be Dutch Guyana, 40 Jewish-owned plantations were home to a total population of at least 5,000 slaves before its destruction in a slave uprising in 1832.

Many native Dutchmen view dressing up as Black Pete in December as a venerable tradition, but others consider it a racist affront to victims of slavery.  Through it all, Dutch Jews — some of whom celebrate their own version of the Black Pete custom, called “Hanukklaas” — have largely remained silent.

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