Video 2018-04-09T21:13:49+00:00

“You’ve got to admire Orit Arfa…For years, we’ve been told we’re incapable of doing more than one thing at once, yet here you’ll do three simultaneously: drop your jaw, shake your head and rub your eyes in disbelief.’ -Ha’aretz on “Gaza Wrecking Ball”

[WATCH] Interview with US Ambassador to Germany, Richard “Ric” Grenell

May 10th, 2019|

On May 8, 2018, US Ambassador Richard Grenell arrived in Berlin and quickly made an impact in Germany. Orit engages the Ambassador for a 30-minute interview for the leading German online political magazine, Achgut.com, in which he looks back on his year in Berlin and the issues that are important to him: improving the transatlantic alliance, an authentic approach to diplomacy, NATO and the Iran deal, support for Israel, and LGBT rights.

Interview with Cooper: Germany Must Step Up

April 3rd, 2019|

Rabbi Abraham Cooper of the Simon Wiesenthal Center gives astounding insights into the German-Israel-Jewish relationship, some of which are worrying. Germany’s insistence on trading ties with Iran, its increased funding to UNRWA, the overlooking anti-Semitism of the Left, and Holocaust memorialization are just some of the issues discussed.

Catch a (Nazi) Jew!

October 12th, 2018|

Last year, Orit went on a Nazi-hunt at an AfD victory party in Munich. AfD, after all, is supposed to be Germany's neo-Nazi party. She didn't find Nazis there, but it seems the AfD hid their Naziness to recruit Jews! Talk about diabolical! (Click above for the English subtitled version.)

Orit’s Talk on Israel in Berlin

June 7th, 2018|

On May 31, 2018, Orit gave a talk to over 30 high school and university students on the true nature of the Arab war against Israel. This was for an event series of the Friedrich Hayek Society, an organization dedicated to classically liberal values and human liberty.

Dr. Orit: The Ultimate Denazification Meditation

April 30th, 2018|

Here "Dr. Orit" guides Germans on the ultimate "denazification meditation" to enable them to heal properly from their Nazi past so that they could make better decisions for themselves and their country.