September 7, 2016
Everyone in the Alt-Right and Neo-Nazi movements knew as soon as they saw Trump’s 88 generals that this was a signal to WHITE SUPREMACISTS that he has a “secret” agenda to build gas chambers disguised as shower rooms and gas all Jews as soon as he is elected.
After all, we have known for a year now that when you play Trump’s campaign announcement speech backwards, he repeatedly says “make the Jews pay.” We originally believed that he was just saying that he would take revenge on the Jews, but we later realized the complete statement in the reverse-speech is “make the Jews pay for their own fake shower room homicidal death chambers.”
However, what we never expected was that the Jews themselves would figure it out this secret messaging conspiracy between Donald Trump and the Neo-Nazi/Alt-Right movement.
Bad news, kids:
We’ve been caught.
In a move to boost his national security credibility, Donald Trump released an endorsement letter signed by 88 retired military figures.
Now some are questioning if there is a hidden anti-Semitic message behind the statement — since the number 88 is a well-known code for ‘Heil Hitler.’
In the open letter, the former generals and military officials state that the country needs “a long overdue course correction in our national security posture and policy.”
But soon after the letter was released, Twitter started buzzing about something very peculiar about the endorsement – the number of people who signed it.
What the Twitterverse was talking about is the fact that H is the eight letter of the alphabet, so 88 stands for HH, which in turn stands for Heil Hitler.
The Anti Defimation League calls 88 “one of the most common white supremacist symbols, [that] is used throughout the entire white supremacist movement, not just neo-Nazis.”
There you have it, folks.
We’ve been caught.
The jig is officially up.
The cat is out of the bag, people.
Please note that this isn’t just some blog of a paranoid Jew lunatic who sees anti-Semitic hate in the grease on the bottom of a pizza box – this is from The Jewish Daily Forward, the biggest Jewish newspaper in America, founded in 1897, and currently one of the top five Jewish news sites in the world.