The voice of Dutch anti-Semitism, disguised as support for the Palestinian people
Gretta Duisenberg, the wife of European Central Bank's president Wim Duisenberg, is active in the Netherlands, organizing support for the Palestinian people.
On September 30, she was interviewed on Dutch radio while taking part in a pro-Palestinian rally in Amsterdam. She was asked how many signatures she was hoping to gather for her petition against Israel. "About six million," she said, and then laughed loudly, in an apparent reference to the six million Jews who perished in the Holocaust.
Mrs. Duisenberg thought it very witty to suggest a comparison between the Jewish "aggression against the Palestinians" and Nazi aggression against the Jews. Yet another in the long string of recent incidents that prove antisemitism is alive and well in Europe.
At the same rally it was announced that Arafat promised naming a new human rights institute after her!