German Newspaper Apologizes for “Anti-Semitic” Cartoon

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
May 19, 2018

“Next year in Jerusalem!”

The Jews are successfully classifying any criticism of Israel as “anti-Semitism.”

This is a big problem for the Germans, who have to praise and worship the Jews for all eternity because of that thing they did with the lampshades, but also have to coddle the world’s brown population like swaddling infants.


Diversity Macht Frei:

The Munich-based newspaper Süddeutsche Zeitung has pathetically apologised for publishing the Neyanyahu cartoon shown at the top of the page, a satirical take on an image of Israel’s Eurovision Song Contest winner Netta Barzilai.

That fat dyke kike said “next year in Jerusalem,” a reference to the embassy move, after winning the contest.

Moslems real mad.

However Dieter Hanitzsch, the artist responsible for the cartoon, refused to apologise.

“The editorial team apologising is their business. I don’t apologise.”

Since April, Germany has had an “Antisemitism Commisar”, Felix Klein, whose job apparently includes going around lecturing the goyim on what they’re allowed to say. Commenting on the cartoon, he said: “This wakes associations with the unbearable drawings of National Socialist propaganda. Even if cartoons should be ironic and provocative, here a red line has been crossed.

It actually does literally look like Nazi propaganda from Der Sturmer, tbh.

Just the style of it.

But where is the lie?

How does the Netanyahu/Eurovision image stray from the general mainstream narrative about the situation in Israel/Palestine and the politicalization of the song contest?

A while back a similar thing happened in Germany with a cartoon of Mark Zuckerberg.

Again, don’t really see the lie… I guess the main thing they were complaining about with that was his nose.

And again, similarities to older caricatures of Jews.

But there was no lie.

It’s almost like… no Jew can ever be criticized for any reason.

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