July 30, 2014
A sickening group of parasitical Jewish terrorists in Australia have attacked a newspaper for featuring a cartoon which depicted the actual real life event of Jews going out to cheer the bombing on Gaza on a hillside vantage point.
They want to shut it down.
Yair Miller, president of the New South Wales Jewish Board of Deputies, wrote to the editor of the Sydney Morning Herald Tuesday claiming that the cartoon by Glen Le Lievre in the July 26 edition was in breach of the Anti-Discrimination Act.
“In our view this is racial vilification, not only in the sense of offending, insulting, humiliating and intimidating Jews as a group, but also in the sense of inciting third parties to hatred of Jews,” Miller wrote.
The cartoon, published alongside a virulently anti-Israel article by columnist Mike Carlton, showed a yarmulke-wearing, hooked nose Jew sitting in an armchair etched with a Star of David, using a remote control to detonate a collection of buildings, presumably in Gaza.
The Anti-Defamation Commission of the B’nai B’rith also lodged a formal protest against the “anti-Semitic” image.
“This is the venomous propaganda of Der Stumer recycled for a modern-day audience,” fumed commission chair Dr. Dvir Abramovich. “The cartoon portrays not just Israelis, but all Jews, as heartless, cold-blooded murderers.”
This perfectly demonstrates the mind of the Jew: if you point out something that they did which was evil, you are evil for pointing it out.
Because they are the chosen ones, so it would be impossible for them to have done something wrong.
And so he cries out in pain as he strikes you.