January 23, 2017
“The goyim are too brainwashed to follow Nazis these days.” That’s where you’re wrong, Shlomo!
2017 will be the year of action. We need to make sure no SJW or Jew can remain safely untriggered. Non-stop Nazism, everywhere, until the very streets are flooded with the tears of our enemies.
When the heart is strong, shitlordery can spring up in the unlikeliest of places. Places like the frozen Canadian wastelands of New Westminster.
Several neo-Nazi posters were discovered at a New Westminster bus stop Saturday morning.
The literature was spotted around 6th Street and 4th Avenue and featured the web address of a site that calls themselves the online headquarters for “Global Fascist Fraternity” and bears the slogan “Gas the k****, race war now, 1488 boots on the ground!”
Two different posters were noticed, one saying “The key for a new Canada” with the image of a swastika and the other depicting Nazi soldiers confronting men with machine guns bearing the resemblance of Islamic State fighters, saying “It’s always going to be us vs. them. Join us before they stomp you.”
Nobody even tries to argue against the message, because it’s undeniable.
Chaim Kornfeld, a 91-year-old Jewish Holocaust survivor, told Global News these kinds of posters don’t surprise him, even in 2017.
“We are accustomed to this already for generations. People need scapegoats all the time, so they’re always looking for somebody to blame for their problems or their shortcomings. They [always] find a cause that’s been perpetuated for many, many years.”
Indeed, as we all know, there is no actual reason that people hate the Jews. It’s one of the world’s greatest mysteries. Some people theorize that people blame Jews for their shortcomings – like the shortcoming having all your money stolen by kikes.
This good rabbi explains it well:
Kornfeld was born in Hungary and on March 4, 1944, at age 17, he was transported from a Jewish ghetto to a concentration camp. He was later shipped to Auschwitz, then Mauthausen-Gusen, where he and thousands of other prisoners were liberated by the U.S. on May 5, 1945.
Looking at the posters, Kornfeld said he’s seen ones like these since childhood. It was back in Hungary where he would have to walk by similar flyers and people shouting hateful things at him like “stinky Jew” while he walked home.
We definitely need to bring back this ancestral tradition of calling these Christ-killers “stinky Jews” on the street.
“I always went home with torn pants, because I was a kid that didn’t take it. When they fight, I fight,” Kornfeld said.
“Here I am, I made it.”
Don’t count your chickens before they hatch, oven-dodger!