April 23, 2018
One question that the filthy evil Jews will never bother to ask is: “why do people attack us on the streets, everywhere in the world, for thousands of years?”
Because I think the answer would ultimately have something to do with their behavior.
And if there is one thing that no Jew will ever do, it is reflect on his own behavior and the way that it affects others.
There have been two recent attacks against Orthodox Jewish men in Brooklyn.
In the latest one, the victim was approached by a stranger and choked on the street, CBS2’s Natalie Duddridge reported Sunday night.
Surveillance video shows the suspect running down the street and tackling another man. He then forces him against a fence, choking and punching him.
The victim, an Orthodox Jewish man, was left with a black eye, a broken rib and scratches on his neck and back. He didn’t want to give his name, but he said he was walking home from his synagogue on Saturday afternoon near Rutland Road and Schenectady Avenue when he said hi to a stranger who then got very angry.
“I turned around and I see that he’s right behind me and he jumped me. And then he said ‘I hate Jews,’” the victim said. “I greeted him hello. Next thing I know he said ‘I don’t like Jews. Who were you talking to?’ He put me in a headlock and I’m trying to maneuver out of him. In the meantime, I’m screaming ‘Help! Help! Help! Help!’ He says, ‘You don’t need help. I’m going to kill you right here.’”
Luckily, two people passing by minutes later pulled the suspect off and held him back, helping the victim escape.
The video shows the victim going into a neighbor’s yard to retrieve his hat and glasses. The suspect continues to stalk him as the two good Samaritans keep him back.
“There’s fear. There’s a lot of fear. The thing we know is that, unfortunately, there are people out there who want to kill us for one reason — because we are a Jew,” the victim’s wife said.
If someone was stalking me and trying to kill me, the first thought in my mind would be “what did I do that this person wants to kill me?”
But somehow, this is just completely alien to the Jew mind.
This is the second time this week a Jewish man has been targeted. An April 14, a 42-year-old man was assaulted on the 600 block of Eastern Parkway just after midnight, punched in the face repeatedly. The NYPD’s Hate Crimes Unit is investigating both incidents. It has yet to determine if the attacks are connected.
The Anti-Defamation League is offering a $5,000 reward for any information leading to the arrests of the individuals responsible.
I do not celebrate such random attacks on Jews. At least not publicly, on my website. Privately, of course I do.
But that isn’t the point.
The point is, no matter how much hatred is lobbed at the Jews, we are never, under any circumstances, allowed to ask why it is that so many people hate these Jews.
“Anti-Semitism” is this alleged problem that needs to be solved, and yet it is the only problem of any kind that we are supposed to solve without attempting to figure out the cause of it.
“Why do people hate the Jews?” is a necessary question if we hope to understand why they are getting randomly attacked on the streets.