Ukraine: Anti Semitic Flyer Turns Out to be a Hoax

Daily Stormer
April 19, 2014

A pro-Russian activist stands guard in front of the Donetsk Regional Administration building in Donetsk this week. The Donetsk People’s Republic has denied responsibility for an anti-Semitic flyer circulating in the city, while the local rabbi has also branded it a fake.

This demonstrates why Putin has made such a fuss about supposed Anti-Semitic tendencies of the Jewkraine Coup government. There is nothing worse in the Mainstream Media’s eyes than Anti-Semitism.

When a flyer was allegedly posted on a synagogue in the Eastern Ukraine, it made mainstream news, with John Kerry denouncing it as grotesque and calling for reprisals. Apparently, it was a hoax, presumably by Jews.

From Daily Mail:

A flyer ordering Jews in eastern Ukraine to register with pro-Russian forces or face deportation has been branded a fake by religious leaders, including the area’s rabbi.

Pamphlets circulating in Donetsk demanded ‘citizens of Jewish nationality’ over the age of 16 pay $50 to register and be issued special passports ‘marking the confession of faith’.

But the flyer, described as ‘grotesque’ by US Secretary of State John Kerry, has now been classed by the leader of the city’s Jewish community as a hoax, aimed at stirring up trouble.

The handouts, a chilling echo of Nazi persecution, were given to Jews leaving a local synagogue by three men in ski masks holding the flag of the Russian Federation, Israeli media reports.

Jews living in the area of the self-declared Donetsk People’s Republic, were ordered to register at a government building operated by pro-Russian forces or face the threat of deportation.

Predictably John Kerry branded it as ‘grotesque’ without bothering to check whether it was genuine or not.

But speaking to reporters, the city’s chief rabbi, Pinchas Vishedski, said: ‘I think it’s someone trying to use the Jewish community in Donetsk as an instrument in this conflict. That’s why we’re upset.’

The Donetsk People’s Republic, under the leadership of Denis Pushilin, has already denied any involvement in the anti-semitic handout.

In an exclusive interview with MailOnline, he said: ‘I strongly deny that this document on registering Jewish people is genuine.

‘I have never written and signed anything like this, nor orders on food coupons, nor taxes for businessmen nor registration for foreign students, all of which have been reported.

‘Those documents are aimed to discredit our people’s republic. They are fakes.

Of the order about Jew’s being forced to register, or lose their rights to property, he insisted: ‘Look at this document. I have never called myself the people’s governor, my job is different.

‘The stamp is bigger than it should be because it was Photoshopped from some real document.

‘I am personally strongly against any declarations of this sort made against Jewish or any other people. This is a dirty trick by our foes.

Copy of the handout.