🇺🇸 — WILLIAMSBURG: Two antisemites were arrested moments ago after they assaulted Jews while ripping off their masks on the streets of Williamsburg, Brooklyn. pic.twitter.com/cW5u0AYT3b
— Belaaz (@TheBelaaz) May 11, 2020
Claiming that people attacking Jews because they refuse to follow these “social distancing” rules is anti-Semitism seems to really stretch the theory of “anti-Semitism.” As far as I understand, “anti-Semitism” is allegedly a hatred that people harbor for Jews for no reason whatsoever. I don’t know how anger towards Jews over a specific behavior that they are flagrantly engaging in can fit into the definition of anti-Semitism as it currently exists.
If “anti-Semitism” is defined as “anger over Jewish behavior which they are known to have engaged in,” then I’d say the Jews probably have a pretty significant problem.
I don’t really know why the media is playing this card in this situation, as it certainly could lead to people asking if the other people throughout history who have been accused of “anti-Semitism” were in fact simply angry over specific anti-social behaviors of the Jews.
The “hate crime” charge is also completely nonsensical in this context, as this attack was specifically due to a behavior the Jews were engaging in, unrelated to the fact that they are Jewish.
An anti-Semitic Queens couple apparently enraged by a lack of social distancing attacked a group of Hasidic Jews in Brooklyn, bizarrely even pulling the masks off some of the victims’ faces, police said.
Paulo Pinho, 35, and his wife, Clelia Pinho, 46, were arrested on a charge of aggravated harassment as a hate crime after a confronting with a large group of Hasidic Jews who were gathered outside late Sunday at Bedford Avenue and Ross Street in Williamsburg, police said.
The couple spotted the crowd as they drove and got out of their vehicle before allegedly shouting anti-Semitic slurs to the group of Jews gathered outside, accusing some of not wearing masks or adhering to social-distancing guidelines, police said.
“You’re the reason why we’re getting sick,” they shouted, in sum and substance, according to police.
Paulo Pinho, who called cops on the crowd, then approached three Hasidic men and tried to rip off their masks, setting off a fight outside. The pair was then detained by the crowd until cops arrived on the scene and took them into custody, police said.
“They were at that corner, they encountered these three males and made anti-Semitic remarks,” NYPD Lt. Thomas Antonetti told The Post. “After making the statements, that’s when the masks were pulled off.”
The suspects, both of whom are from Queens, were taken to a hospital following the 8:35 p.m. attack, with Paulo Pinho sustaining an injury to his arm during the ensuing scuffle. Clelia Pinho was treated for cuts and minor injuries, police said.
The attackers have Latino names. It is not stated which slurs they used, but I don’t think slurs prove that they were attacking them because they were Jewish (the definition of a hate crime) when they stated clearly that the reason for the attack was failure to follow the rules.
I don’t agree with this “social distancing” lunacy, of course. But the entire country is being told that if you do not engage in this behavior, you’re spreading a doom plague, and the Jews are openly refusing to do this. You know I’m the number one person who is saying that this is a hoax, and when I’m in public I follow the rules. Not because I’m afraid of the virus or even afraid of the police but because I understand that this is a norm of our society currently and it would be anti-social to violate it. Of course, if I’m around people who are also not following the rules, I do not follow the rules, but failing to do so in the center of New York is just an arrogant statement that you have no respect for others.
Obviously, the Hasidic Jews know that the virus is a hoax, as they are able to look at the data themselves and see that no one other than old people and the chronically ill are dying. They are far enough separated from normal society that they are not getting caught up in the hysteria.
However, there is a large amount of arrogance here, to do this in public, and just mock the goyim with “we do not follow your laws,” and that attitude is probably as much responsible for the hate as the fear of the virus itself.
People are currently under a very severe amount of pressure as they attempt to deal with the stress caused by this lockdown. The Jews aren’t totally lying when they say that throughout history they’ve been targeted and blamed for things. Usually, they were at least partially responsible for these things they were blamed for, but it’s very possible that their flagrant anti-social behavior and complete disregard for the norms of the societies in which they live did at some point get them blamed for things they didn’t even do.
By flagrantly violating these rules, at the same time as the Jewish media is pumping up this hoax and saying that anyone who doesn’t follow the rules is literally murdering people, they are putting themselves in a position where more and more people are going to start lashing out against them. I don’t think that screaming “anti-Semite” is going to continue to work.
It’s going to be the double-whammy as people start to realize that the virus is a hoax spread by the Jewish media. When everyone is broke and desolate, Jews are going to be getting negative responses from virus believers and denialists alike.
If I were the Jews, I would be a lot less arrogant. I would be trying to mitigate the coming backlash. But they won’t. They never do, and that is how they ended up with all of these problems throughout history.