November 5, 2017
OH WHAT’S THIS?
A NEW LAW FOR THE JEWS, YOU SAY????
A U.S. House of Representatives committee advanced a bill that would enhance penalties for threats on religious institutions, sparked by a wave of threats on Jewish community centers and other Jewish institutions earlier this year.
“This bill clarifies that federal law prohibits threats toward religious institutions, and that the protection extends beyond places of worship, to places such as religiously-affiliated community centers,” said Rep. Bob Goodlatte, R-Va., the chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, after the committee advanced the Protecting Religiously Affiliated Institutions Act of 2017 bill to the full House on Thursday.
Originally dubbed the Combating Anti-Semitism Act of 2017 when it was introduced in March, its sponsors, Reps. David Kustoff, R-Tenn., and Derek Kilmer, D-Wash., were reacting to a rash of bomb threats that shut down JCCs across the United States.
These threats were almost all made by an Israeli Jew who the Jewish state of Israel is refusing to extradite.
It is a 19-year-old allegedly mentally ill man named Michael Kadar. His father – who is an Israeli-American – was also arrested at the time, though it is unclear as to what role he played in the prank calls. The FBI had to fly to Israel to catch the Jew, because Israeli authorities were not moving forward.
Interestingly, after blowing their entire load bitching about these threats, and demanding that Trump do more to protect them (as well as implying Trump was to blame for the threats), the Anti-Defamation League has not been lobbying for the extradition of the man charged with making these threats.
In fact, they have completely refused to discuss the person who actually made the threats, and in none of their ongoing press releases talking about the threats do they mention that they were done by a Jew in Israel.
Furthermore, the entire media has been silent on the issue. You can only find regular updates about this in the Israeli and otherwise explicitly Jewish media. The Daily Stormer was the only Western media outlet covering this story while it was happening. They waited until now to try to ram through a law in response to it.
Personally, I believe very strongly that the ADL was directly working with the Israeli individuals involved in this – and yes, it had to be “individuals,” not the 19-year-old autistic “lone prankster” that is getting blamed.
The logic is this:
- The prank calls were good for the Jews, fitting directly into their agenda of claiming that Anti-Semitism was going out of control – and becoming criminal and violent – after the election of Donald Trump.
- The ability to make this many prank calls without getting caught would require high intelligence.
- No Anti-Semite who is intelligent enough to do hundreds of bomb hoax calls without getting caught would not know that this benefited Jews.
- As such, the only people who would do these highly sophisticated prank calls would be Jews.
- The ADL would be able to work through the above logic, and know it was Jews behind it.
- The only way that the ADL would promote a hoax that they knew was being done by Jews would be if they had strong reason to believe that the Jews doing it weren’t going to get caught.
- Given that, they would have to have some knowledge of the Jews doing it to know that they were unlikely to get caught.
This, to me, is very straightforward.
Surely, it should be as straightforward to law enforcement as it is to me, and surely, they should have investigated any connection that the ADL might have had to the prank caller based on the fact that they promoted this hoax so virulently.
It went so far that Trump was bullied into making a statement about it in his State of the Union address.
At one point, Trump suggested that it was a false flag, and the Jewish media flipped out.
From the Jewish publication “The Intercept” on February 28, 2017:
A WAVE OF ATTACKS on Jewish cemeteries and bomb threats against Jewish community centers might not be anti-Semitic acts but “the reverse,” Donald Trump hinted darkly on Tuesday, according to Josh Shapiro, Pennsylvania’s attorney general.
Trump’s apparent embrace of a conspiracy theory popular on white supremacist websites — that the president’s political opponents might have staged the incidents to frame him or his supporters — came during a White House meeting with state attorneys general. At the meeting, Shapiro asked Trump about the spike in anti-Semitic acts during his presidency, including the vandalism of more than 100 tombstones at the Mount Carmel Jewish cemetery in Philadelphia on Saturday night. Shaprio found Trump’s response “a bit curious.”
Yes, we were called “conspiracy theorists,” and it turned out we were 1000% vindicated in our “theories” – but we didn’t get an apology from the ADL or the kike media. Instead, they just continued to promote the hoax!
Now they’re getting a law passed!
The bomb hoax and its promotion was a part of a post-election panic on the part of the Jews, in my view.
The ADL held a conference following the election on November 13th – five days after the election – in New York City entitled “Never is Now.” At this conference, which was obviously planned long before the election, they introduced a plan to outlaw free speech on the internet. Clearly, they believed – and presumably had good reason to believe – that when Hillary won, she was going to push through an agenda to ban “hatespeech” on the internet.
Because the unbelievable happened, and Trump won, they then went into panic mode and did this bomb hoax (I suspect).
The law they are getting passed is not a huge deal. I am 100% against any threats against the Jews. However, it is possible that this will ban protests outside of Jewish centers, something which I do support.
And it could lead to something else. That is their plan, to keep pressing and pressing.
But wow – we sure did dodge a bullet with Hillary. I can’t imagine where we would be if she had won.
Call Virginia Representative Bob Goodlatte and tell him “THE GOYIM KNOW”!
Ask him why he is promoting a Jewish false flag hoax!
Phone: (202) 225-5431