Israeli Jews Whine About Chinese Embassy Tweet That Hurt Their Feelings

“If the United States brought ‘democracy,’ it would be like this.”

There are two things in this life that are certain: death and Jewish whining.

Jerusalem Post:

The Chinese Embassy in Japan last Thursday tweeted an antisemitic cartoon and then deleted it at the behest of Israel’s Foreign Ministry.

The cartoon featured an image of the Grim Reaper wearing an American flag and carrying a scythe with the Israeli flag as he goes door to door and leaves a bloody trail behind him. The doors are labeled Afghanistan, Pakistan, Iraq, Libya, Syria and Egypt.

The tweet in Japanese said: “If the United States brought ‘democracy,’ it would be like this.”

The cartoon demonized Israel, Israeli Ambassador to Japan Yaffa Ben-Ari told her Chinese counterpart, Cheng Yonghua, on Friday.

Yonghua said he had not noticed that Israel was part of the image.

Foreign Ministry Deputy Director-General for Asia and the Pacific Gilad Cohen contacted the Chinese Embassy in Israel to inform it about the tweet.

Within an hour of Ben-Ari’s and Cohen’s calls, the tweet was deleted, but the embassy did not tweet an apology.

Jews must be getting pretty antsy about China’s refusal to apologize for hurting their feelings. The Jews are very much used to only dealing with people who will grovel before them and beg forgiveness whenever a Jew claims his feelings are hurt.

No wonder they’re trying to rush the United States into a war with China.

In a world where China was the dominant world power, no one would care about the hurt feelings of Jews.

And if no one cared about the hurt feelings of the Jews, they would be completely powerless. All Jewish power is based in their ability to claim that their feelings are hurt, which then makes it so no one can talk about them, and they can get away with every crime.

If people were allowed to talk about the behavior of Jews, they wouldn’t be able to get away with anything.

I mean, imagine if they had to give an explanation for all of those wars they started?