Jewish group says caricature titled ‘Bankers’ proves Heinz-Christian Strache ‘has not given up his anti-Semitic beliefs’
ed note–I realize this–the ADL complaining–is something of yaaaaaawn moment, since that is all the ADL does, but there is actually a very illustrative point to this.
The ADL is complaining about this cartoon in that it portrays the ‘anti-Semitic canard that Jews control international finance and manipulate governments to enrich themselves at the expense of non-Jews’, in the words of Foxman himself.
And why is Foxman’s statement illustrative? Simple–he and everyone who works side by side with him KNOWS this to be the fact, as much as it is fact that cold weather comes in winter, and yet, in order to intimidate Gentiles into silence over what is the most dangerous and effective criminal organization in the world, La Kosher Nostra and its various tentacles ensconsed in finance, media, government, drug running, porn (both child AND snuff) arms dealing, nuclear proliferation, etc, etc, etc, he and the rest of his mob-lawyer associates will pontificate about how this caricature is just an old ‘anti-semitic canard’.
The overall lesson to be learned from this is that whenever organized Jewish interests open their mouths for whatever reason, what the rest of us need to remember is the old phrase that represents the operating mentality of La Kosher Nostra’s ‘code of ethics’–’by way of deception, thou shalt do war’.
The Anti-Defamation League (ADL) on Tuesday condemned Austrian far-right politician Heinz-Christian Strache, leader of the xenophobic Freedom Party, for posting an anti-Semitic caricature on his Facebook page.
The caricature shows a corpulent figure labeled “Bankers,” who is being treated to a feast by a figure labeled “Governments,” while a third figure labeled “The People” receives just a bone. The banker is shown with Stars of David on his cufflinks, dollar signs on his tie and a hooked nose.
“This latest anti-Semitic expression from Heinz-Christian Strache is all the proof anyone needs to see that he has not given up his anti-Semitic beliefs,” said Abraham H. Foxman, ADL national director.
“Now, he’s promoting the anti-Semitic canard that Jews control international finance and manipulate governments to enrich themselves at the expense of non-Jews. Strache brings shame to Austrian politics and should be repudiated for his anti-Jewish bigotry,” Foxman added.
Earlier this year, on Holocaust Remembrance Day, Strache mocked victims of the Holocaust by comparing anti-fascist protests to Kristallnacht. At the time ADL lambasted his comment as an “outrageous trivialization” of the memory of the Holocaust.