Holocaust Museum Comes Out Against Anti-Vaxxer Movement

Roy Batty
Daily Stormer
April 2, 2019

Cave beasts think that they can just culturally appropriate other people’s heritage.

Don’t they know that the yellow star is a symbol of Jewish pride and therefore not to be used by the goyim?


A Holocaust museum has joined the chorus of criticism against the anti-vaccination movement, after pictures from protest rallies posted online show activists wearing yellow Star of David badges to symbolize their persecution.

The Poland-based Auschwitz Memorial museum slammed the movement after pictures on Twitter showed anti-vaccination media personality Del Bigtree, with a yellow star on his chest during a recent Vaccine Choice demonstration in Texas.

“Instrumentalizing the fate of Jews who were persecuted by hateful anti-Semitic ideology and murdered in extermination camps like #Auschwitz with poisonous gas in order to argue against vaccination that saves human lives is a symptom of intellectual and moral degeneration,” the museum said.

Some people are under the impression that Jews are White.

This is clearly not true… unless, of course, a Jew wants to culturally appropriate an element of White culture or pretend that they’re White for political purposes. In which case, they’re White and “Whites don’t have any culture, fellow White man” doncha know?

Whites are not allowed to pretend they’re Jewish or even draw on the Jewish experience as, like, a metaphor. No, that’s off-limits. But Jews can pretend they’re White whenever it suits them.