September 21, 2018
Looks like we’ve got a major incident on our hands here.
Some Polish thug, presumably high on a mix of anti-Semitism and vodka, thought it would be “cool” and “funny” to hurl a lump of consolidated matter at a Jewish place of worship.
The “cool” and “funny” results?
One confirmed fatality (a window), and an incalculable amount of damage done to Jewish people’s feelings.
Needless to say, this shocking and callous attack has made international news!
Polish police are looking for a man who threw a stone into a synagogue in the city of Gdansk as members of the Jewish community were praying at the end of the Yom Kippur holiday.
On Thursday, police released security footage of the incident, which shows a man in a dark shirt and jeans walking up to the New Synagogue and throwing a stone into a window.
Rest in peace little guy ;_;
In a statement, police said Wednesday’s incident occurred at 6 p.m. local time (1600 GMT) in the Baltic port city of Gdansk, and appealed to anybody who recognizes the man to contact police.
They said they had spoken to witnesses and were working to determine if the act was a “hooligan prank” or one motivated by religious hatred.
Oh come on, Poland. How could the authorities of a country with a NAZI DEATH CAMP as its main tourist attraction still downplay the possibility of anti-Semitism?
Remember the six million? The gas chambers? The eagle and the bear?
Of course this Pole was motivated by “religious hatred.” He chose to throw the stone at the synagogue on Yom Kippur, the holiest day in Judaism, because he knew the building would be filled with kikes!
Uh… I… I mean Jews!
The same synagogue was also attacked during Kristallnacht, or the Night of Broken Glass, an explosion of violence by Nazi Germany against Jews in 1938, when Gdansk was still the Free City of Danzig.
Yup. Broken glass in 1938, broken glass in 2018.
History repeats itself once again, yet humanity never comes closer to understanding the root cause of anti-Semitism.
Oh, a few theories abound: Envy because of their money-making skills, hatred because of the size of their noses… but none of those theories justify the Jews’ expulsion from
109 359 1,030 locations.
My own personal theory is that anti-Semitism is an airborne disease, not dissimilar to anthrax, that attaches itself to the minds of gentiles and causes them to despise Jews for no reason whatsoever.
If my theory is true, then perhaps we should have some sympathy for this Pole. It’s possible he was just shopping for a tracksuit when suddenly, out of nowhere, a wisp of virulent anti-Semitism entered his nostrils, seized control of his faculties and made him want to attack buildings of Jewish descent.
For no reason.