Investigations reveal “rising anti-Semitism” is secretly promulgated by Jews
Even so, proponents of this narrative continue to label them “hate crimes” against Jews, while in reality they are hate crimes against Whites.
FAKE NEWS ABOUT INTOLERANCE TOWARD JEWS has spanned the period from post WWII right up to the present time. This fake news has proliferated due to the 100% collusion of the corporate news media.
The intention behind the widespread reporting of such “intolerance” is to reinforce a false Jewish narrative that persecution and “hate” are directed toward Jews to the extent that they need extra protection beyond that offered to any other group.
The latest events to be given front-page headlines and broadcast airtime have been shown to be “false flags” – that is, carried out clandestinely by Jews with the intention of blaming anonymous White “haters” and “racists.” They range from the usual swastika graffiti to fake bomb threats directed at Jewish community centers, schools and synagogues.
What has actually been proven by these investigations is that there is virtually no antisemitism in the U.S. (just to keep it to this country) and the real problem is anti-Whiteism (or anti-Europeanism or anti-Trumpism) acted out by Jews and non-Whites against White folks.
The anti-Semitism propaganda push continues in the media despite the long trail of proven fakes. The original false-flag “crime” is given full, blaring coverage as a serious problem for the nation, then when it is discovered to have been carried out by a Jew for publicity’s sake, that story is reduced to a minor item far down on the page, if it is covered at all.
Not a single conventional news outlet mentioned a possible motive for such incidents being the fraudulent blaming of “White Nationalists” or “neo-nazis” for the ‘crime.’ They all continue to call it an antisemitic crime against Jews even when it is carried out by a Jew. I would posit that a “hate crime” as defined in our law occurs when someone commits violence against a person s/he “hates/despises’ because of their religion, race or national origin, sexual orientation or disability, etc. This cannot be the case between one Jew and the world of Jewry. A Jew might be angry with other Jews, but this does not rise to the definition given above. The authorities make out that the motive remains “unclear” in such situations. Members of the public would have to be blind, deaf and dumb (some are) not to immediately grasp the self-serving motive!
A recent example:
The wave of bomb threats against Jewish Community Centers was one of the biggest stories of 2017. There were dozens of false alarm calls in 20 or so U.S. States, from Colorado to New York, since January. The Jewish community raised loud cries that terrorism was increasingly being directed against them and demanded the culprits be found. President Trump was forced to condemn these acts at the beginning of his major speech to both Houses of Congress in February. Vice President Pence gave a special speech about it, expressing sympathy, support and appreciation for American Jewry.
Now that 19-year old Michael Kaydar, living with his parents in the southern Israel town of Ashkelon, is discovered by the FBI to be the source of 100+ of the recent bomb threats (and a few from earlier, such as to synagogues in Australia and New Zealand and a 2015 phone threat to Delta Airlines that caused a passenger plane to make an emergency landing), we won’t hear any follow-up comments condemning this Jew from either US leader. Nor will we hear an explanation from the news media or Jewry, beyond a white-washing, sympathy-laced story. Excuses will be found and he will get off lightly.
To be sure, this Israeli-American dual citizen already has a lawyer who is claiming long-standing medical problems for his client, saying he was rejected by the IDF (Israeli military) because of “insufficient mental stability.” (The Jewish Journal reports he’s had a brain tumor since age 14, the alleged cause of the instability.) Yet Israeli police chief Micky Rosenfeld described him as a ‘hacker’ who used “advanced technologies” with a variety of computer systems and phone lines so his calls couldn’t be backtracked. A federal official (FBI?) is quoted as saying, “This kid was very sophisticated. What he did in avoiding law enforcement, he did a great job. We just did better than him.”
So a lot of US law enforcement resources were expended in chasing him down, which under normal circumstances would be held against him. But if the FBI were not running the investigation, does anyone think the Israeli law enforcement would have ever bothered him? That’s probably why they were there.
His father was also arrested. Antennas and satellite equipment used to access other people’s networks were found in the home, along with five computers. (Photo right: antenna installed at suspect’s Israel home)
Jewish leadership comments
The Anti-Defamation League CEO, Jonathan Greenblatt, who had been in the forefront of crying wolf, felt it necessary to insist that “These were acts of anti-Semitism. These threats targeted Jewish institutions, were calculated to sow fear and anxiety and put the entire Jewish community on high alert.” [But that is just what the Jewish leadership wants!! -cy] He added:
“Anti-Semitism in the U.S. remains a very serious concern. No arrests have been made in three cemetery desecrations or a series of other anti-Semitic incidents involving swastika graffiti and hate fliers. JCCs and other institutions should not relax security measures or become less vigilant.”
How much of taxpayer money is used to provide security to these JCC’s? Both the cemetery “desecrations” and swastika graffiti have been revealed to be similar hoaxes.
Democrat New York governor Andrew Cuomo who had been quite vocal about the bomb threats, tweeted:
As Israeli authorities with help of FBI arrest the suspect, I hope this brings comfort to those affected by his despicable hate crime.
It’s still a ‘hate crime’ even though carried out by a fellow Jew. As I said, this doesn’t fit the legal definition.
Jerry Silverman, president and CEO of the Jewish Federations of North America, also released a statement:
“Ten days ago, and again this morning, Jewish leaders were briefed by top officials from the FBI. From those briefings we learned about the unprecedented level of time and resources that were committed to this investigation along with high levels of cooperation with the Department of Homeland Security and a long list of partners, including Israeli law enforcement. It was heartbreaking to learn that a Jewish man is a prime suspect.” […]
“We are fortunate to know we have partners in law enforcement who will do whatever it takes to bring these perpetrators to justice.”
Could White Nationalists or any White groups get this kind of attention if they are threatened? Such threats are not taken seriously. JCC Association of North America president and CEO Doron Krakow also responded to the developments:
“We are troubled to learn that the individual suspected of making these threats against Jewish Community Centers, which play a central role in the Jewish community, as well as serve as inclusive and welcoming places for all – is reportedly Jewish.”
The other person arrested for bomb threats to Jewish centers is African-American Juan Thompson, a St. Louis native who was trying to implicate his former girlriend in a revenge scheme.
There’s no indication that any hand-wringers will endeavor to publicly face up to (commonly occuring) Jewish false flag activity and publicly discourage it. They have no desire to change their “bread and butter” Jewish/media narrative of “rising anti-Semitism” which they agree must be countered with harsh new laws to protect Jews and other minorities from any discomfort.
False reporting on swastikas
Andrew King stands at the front door of his home in New York state after rerporting that three swastikas were spray-painted by vandals.
On February 10, Andrew King, a Jewish man in Schenectady, New York, reported his home vandalized with spray painted swastikas. After a month of investigating, police arrested King himself for Falsely Reporting an incident in the Third Degree, charging he spray painted three swastikas on his own home. This story ran on March 21st.
King has pleaded not guilty, and seems to be a problematic personality. Some who know him said he is not actually Jewish and tried to convert several times but was turned down by at least two congregations. At the time of an ABC interview in February, King was wearing a yarmulke and suggested the vandal(s) might try to physicaly harm him next.
More from a Syracuse news article: “King, who has been arrested, says he got two black eyes from police officers during an attempt to arrest him on a separate charge that he made threats to a county employee.” [I’d say he wants to become Jewish so he can be excused for (get away with) his anti-social behavior -cy]
“The alleged hoax follows the story of a Michigan man who claimed that his mother died in Iraq because of Donald Trump’s immigration policies, and a teenager who created a fake white supremacist social media account to harass her school.”