November 5, 2018
To the surprise of absolutely no one, the evil Jew rabbi of the Pittsburgh Tree of Life Synagogue used his speech at his den of evil this weekend to call for a complete and total shutdown on free speech in America in order to protect his ratlike race of vicious swindlers.
In a short but impassioned sermon Saturday, Rabbi Jeffrey Myers blamed politicians for a rise in hateful rhetoric, saying it led to the massacre at his synagogue last week in which 11 Jews were slain in the worst anti-Semitic attack in US history.
Myers said he delivered that message personally to President Donald Trump when he and first lady Melania Trump visited Tree of Life/Or L’Simcha, the site of the shooting, on Tuesday.
“I said to him, ‘Mr. President, hate speech leads to hateful actions. Hate speech leads to what happened in my sanctuary, where seven of my congregants were slaughtered. I witnessed it with my eyes.”
According police, the man accused of the attack yelled that he wanted to “kill Jews,” in part because Jewish groups have been helping refugees settle in the United States.
So does “hate speech” include saying that Jews are flooding America with brown sludge?
If it does, then a lot of Jews are going to have to be silenced as well.
Wearing a rainbow-colored prayer shawl and a Pittsburgh-themed yarmulke, the rabbi made his distaste for Washington clear but also said he does not “foist blame” on the President or “any one person” for the attack.
He doesn’t blame any one person?
What about the one person who did it?
This is the mind of the Jew. They view all non-Jews as a collective of anti-Jewishness.
The fact that the Jews are collectively calling for a shut down of freedom of speech in response to this shooting tells you all you need to know.
Why does open discussion lead to people wanting to murder Jews?
What is “anti-Semitism”?
Why do people hate the Jews?
Shouldn’t that be the first step in trying to get to the bottom of this problem? Figuring out the cause?
Can you think of any other single problem in the world where the solution to stopping it is to prevent discussion of it?
I’ll bet you cannot.
No, with any other problem in the world, discussion is encouraged. People are encouraged to figure out what is causing the problem. Because only when you know the cause can you proceed to implement changes to solve a problem.
However, in the case of anti-Semitism, everyone who looks at the issue with any kind of honesty for even a few minutes comes to the very definite conclusion that anti-Semitism is being caused by Semitism. People hate the Jews because of their behavior.
So in that case, the only solution they can think of is to make it illegal for people to discuss their behavior.
That said, I do believe that I would be able to stop random acts of violence against random Jews, if I was allowed to access the same resources as everyone else. However, my own argument would be that random acts of violence against Jews provide them with sympathy, and hurt the political agenda to eventually round them all up and deport them.
Clearly, they would prefer a few of them die in order to provide a reason to shut down the speech of people who want to peacefully round them up and deport them to Israel.