Monday, April 22, 2019

Swastika was a Jewish hoax

Chicago news:
A Jewish Uptown resident who was charged with a hate crime for drawing swastikas in his neighborhood before Election Day last November has pleaded guilty to a lesser charge of knowingly damaging property.

Heath A. Levey, 52, was sentenced to 153 days time served and released after rendering his plea to the reduced charge last week.

Levey was charged with hate crime after neighbors identified him as the man who drew swastikas and references to the CIA on their property in the 800 block of West Eastwood and another nearby home on Nov. 2nd, four days before the mid-term elections.

At the time of Levey’s arrest, CWBChicago reported exclusively that he had also been arrested in the days leading up to the 2016 presidential election. An Uptown woman accused him of forcing open her front gate, “stomping hard on the ground while menacingly charging” toward her front door while shouting, “I’m going to rape you, you f*cking Republican! I’m calling the CIA! I’m going to kill all the women and children!”

Levey reached a deal with prosecutors in which he pleaded guilty to damaging the woman’s gate while the state dropped assault charges. He was sentenced to 18 months probation and fined $265.

Friends of Levey on Facebook, contacted by CWBChicago in November, said he comes from a Jewish family and has been a professed Democrat for years.
Nearly all of these alleged anti-semitic incidents have turned out to be Jewish hoaxes. When Jewish organizations whine about anti-semitism, they include these hoaxes.

The Jews really make a big fuss about swastikas:
HONG KONG — A Thai singer prompted a social media outcry over the weekend by wearing a swastika T-shirt to a performance, a reflection of what critics say is a lack of sensitivity in Asia to the horrors of Nazi behavior.

The 19-year-old singer, Pichayapa “Namsai” Natha, quickly apologized in an Instagram post. And an Israeli diplomat said in a Twitter thread on Sunday — International Holocaust Remembrance Day — that the episode had arisen from a “lack of knowledge and lack of awareness.”

But the episode wasn’t the first of its kind in Asia, a region where awareness of the Holocaust is patchy, Nazi swastikas resemble an ancient religious symbol, and some people see Adolf Hitler as a model of authoritarian strength. ...

The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum notes that the word “swastika” comes from the Sanskrit term “svastika,” which means good fortune or well-being. ...

On Sunday, an Israeli diplomat in Thailand tweeted that the singer from the band embroiled in the country’s latest Nazi-related controversy, BNK48, had apologized personally to the Israeli ambassador, Meir Shlomo, and spoken with him about “the importance of history in general, and the awareness to the Holocaust and anti-Semitism in particular.”
I am sure this 19-year-old Thai girl had no idea that Jews were going to track her down from the other side of the world and force her to submit to their weirdo neuroses.

Update: The "most brazen" anti-Semitic attack in Canada also turned out to be a Jewish hoax.

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