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At an event, presumably to overshadow the wonderful Christian event called Christmas, President Trump vows to stamp out anti-semitism. See the Breitbart story above.
My assumption is that within this overture is the desire to stop holocaust denial and doubt which the jews all over claim is the backbone of anti-semitism.
Therefore mainly for our US contributors, is Trump serious and how do you think he will deliver on this promise or is this just a way of cozying up to the Tribe in the very early stages of a title race for a second Presidential term, for which he will require jew money as he cannot possibly afford a second run on his own debit card.
'We don't need evidence, we have survivors' - israeli politician
The only way to stamp out anti --- "semitism" is to stamp out truth.
Truth is anti --- "semitic".
There is nothing in existence more anti --- "semitic" than truth.
Turns out that the source of all of these threats & antisemitism was 19-year-old Jewish Israeli-American Michael Ron David Kadar.
Among other counts, Kadar was convicted of extortion, conspiracy to commit a crime, money laundering and assaulting a police officer. According to the conviction, he made around 2,000 false terrorism threats from 2015 until his arrest in March 2017.
Among his targets was the Israeli embassy in Washington, the Israeli consulate in Miami, Jewish institutions, schools, malls, police stations, hospitals and airlines.
At trial, Kadar did not deny his "misdeeds" but claimed he could not be held responsible and was not fit to stand trial due to his autism.
Playing (((victim))) is standard fare
More (fake) antisemitism you say?
Such (((perpetrators))) must be held accountable
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