MORE High Schoolers Doing Nazi Salute, The Future is Bright

Pomidor Quixote
Daily Stormer
January 21, 2019

We’re starting to see the younger generations defy the Jewish narrative with a smile on their faces more and more often. Just recently we learned about high school students making Nazi jokes and standing their ground when confronted with cheap shaming attempts.

The Jews are hysterical because they haven’t come up with an effective strategy to fight against the Internet and they can’t stand that these kids are growing up with access to all kinds of information they can’t effectively control or shut down.

Fox 59:

Zionsville High School is investigating a controversial picture posted on Instagram.

According to a statement by Superintendent Scott Robison, several students in the photo “appear to be performing a Nazi salute.” Robison says 10 out of 14 students in the photo appear to be making the gesture.

The caption posted along with the picture on Instagram said, “Rumblin bumblers isn’t just a indoor soccer team, we are a cultural phenomenon.”

Robison says another student saw the photo on social media. That person forwarded it to a teacher, who forwarded it to him.

Indeed, a cultural phenomenon. One that’s not going to fade away.

Indy Star:

A Weebly website that appeared to be a page for the Rumblin’ Bumblers soccer team was taken down on Friday morning. Before it was removed, the site referenced multiple nicknames for its players. One nickname was “Judenschlau,” which means “clever Jew” in German. A second referenced an infamous hazing incident in Carmel. Another nickname was Albert Fish, an infamous child rapist, serial killer and cannibal.

The website also used racist language and alluded to raping an opposing team. It is unclear if the website was made by the Rumblin’ Bumblers or when it was last modified.

In a photo posted to social network Google+ in 2014, a different set of students in Rumblin’ Bumblers uniforms appear in the same location within Zionsville Community High School. One appears to give a Nazi salute. 

Lindsey Mintz, the executive director of the Indianapolis Jewish Community Relations Council, said though anti-Semitic incidents are starting to happen more frequently, she appreciates Zionsville Community Schools’ response to the photo so far. The organization added on Facebook that it will be working with the district.

The photo also sparked reaction from Hoosiers on social media, including state Sen. J.D. Ford, D-Indianapolis. Ford posted on Facebook that he supports Zionsville Community Schools investigating the photo, and that “hateful behavior is not tolerated in Indiana.” He added that he will continue to push for an “inclusive hate crimes bill.”

Yeah, raising your arm up to a certain angle is hateful. Words and arm positions are hate weapons.

The Council on American-Islamic Relations also condemned the photo, writing on Facebook: “Incidents like this reflect a deep-seated ignorance and must be challenged through a curriculum that emphasizes diversity and exposes the painful historical significance of bigoted behavior.”

They really don’t get it, do they?

This isn’t about ignorance, lack of knowledge, lack of education, or whatever they say. These students are not ignorant about Nazism, they are not ignorant about Nazi Germany, they are not ignorant about the hollow-cost, and they are not ignorant about the Jews. What they’re doing is not the result of ignorance but the result of knowing.

They know all about Nazism and ovens, and they like it.

This is far from the first racist or anti-Semitic incident to occur at a school in Indianapolis or its suburbs.

In 2016, students at Cathedral High School in Indianapolis were photographed holding a German flag and using the Nazi salute. 

Cathedral students. Source: Indy Star

On Martin Luther King Jr. Day in 2018, Noblesville Schools said it was “addressing the issue” after a high school student was identified in a video on social media yelling profanities and racial slurs while wearing a Nazi flag.

In September Hamilton Southeastern Schools responded to a viral social media post that depicted a white student wearing blackface to make fun of a black student.

This is just getting started. New kids are awakening every day. New Nazis are turning 18 every day.

Our numbers are growing.