December 30, 2019
Sickened by the anti-Semitic graffiti on walls all over Hampstead and Belsize Park this morning. All decent people across Britain stand with our Jewish community – and we must move heaven and earth to eradicate this racist hatred, which was unimaginable just a few years ago. pic.twitter.com/Pfr8ZBIJax
— Oliver Cooper (@OliverCooper) December 29, 2019
Oh the poor Jews, being blamed for a crime they committed.
How dare you, goyim!
As London’s Jewish community celebrated the holiday of Hanukkah, vandals daubed their shops and a synagogue in anti-Semitic graffiti. Police are investigating the incidents, as anti-Jewish sentiment rises.
London’s Metropolitan Police received reports of the graffiti on Saturday, and are conducting inquiries “to find who is responsible,” officers said on Sunday.
How about instead of finding who was responsible for the graffiti, we find who was responsible for 911?
Because it was the JEWS.
The graffiti – found at a number of locations in the Hampstead and Belsize Park area – depicts a Star of David and the numbers “9.11,” a reference to the conspiracy theory that a Jewish cabal orchestrated the September 11 2001 terrorist attacks in New York. One of the crude messages was spray-painted onto South Hampstead Synagogue.
“We must move heaven and earth to eradicate this racist hatred, which was unimaginable just a few years back,” Hampstead Councillor Oliver Cooper tweeted on Sunday.
Yeah, “moving Heaven and earth” is about the only option you’ve got left.
— Ruptly (@Ruptly) December 29, 2019
What we are experiencing is the whole world, all at once, turning against the Jews.
Everyone from the entire internet, to the blacks to the British are fed up with these people.
And are agreeing with the things that Moslems have been saying for 100 years.
The same thing that the whole of continental Europe said 100 years ago.
The same thing that Henry Ford and Charles Lindbergh, American heroes, said 100 years ago.
The same thing that people have been saying across the entire planet for 2,000 years and beyond.
“Jews are a serious problem.”
And the Jew response is the same as it always was: “We didn’t do anything, ever, and all of these people hate us for no reason whatsoever.”
How long can that explanation hold up?
How long can they continue to claim that all of these different people – all of these groups, many of whom hate each other – all have come to the same conclusion about the Jews, and all of them are just completely wrong, and that their beliefs are literally based on nothing at all?
What’s more, all of these people are able to explain – in excruciating detail, using lists of documented facts – why they dislike Jews and view them as a problem. And the single Jewish solution to that is to make it against the law to criticize them, or ban people from the internet and college campuses.
I personally do not see how this is sustainable indefinitely.
Something is going to have to give.