Cologne Students Ban Books by Jewish Authors, Boycott Jewish Professors

In Cologne, Germany, university students ban all books written by Jewish authors or on Jewish topics. They also start a boycott against any Jewish professors who remain at the university.

According to the Students' Federation,

"The German student resents having the principles of knowledge and thinking set by Jews. It is the duty of every German student neither to enroll in courses nor to hear lectures given by Jews."

Eliminating the Jews from German society will not be enough unless all their influence is also eliminated — and this includes any discussions about them as well.

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