Bibi Advises Use of Ancient Indian Greeting to Prevent Spread of Coronavirus

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
March 5, 2020

Of course, the Jews have a secret voodoo solution to stopping the spread of this brutal disease.


Benjamin Netanyahu has called on his countrymen to abandon traditional handshakes in order to stop the spread of coronavirus. Instead he recommended a no-contact gesture like India’s ‘Namaste’ greeting or the Hebrew shalom.

Netanyahu said that he has already adopted the no-handshake policy, and suggested that his fellow Israelis do the same.

“You can try to implement the Indian system of Namaste or say another word like shalom, but find a way, any way of not shaking hands,” the Israeli prime minister said during a press conference. He then demonstrated how Indians greet each other by folding their hands.

Flattered by the health tip, the Indian embassy in Israel tweeted out Netanyahu’s advice to prevent the spread of coronavirus.

Now, we have a good way to recognize the Jews: they’re acting like Indians.

This is a good way to recognize the Indians as well.

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