I write about black anti-Semitism in Bieganski the Brute Polak.
Anti-Semitism among blacks and Hispanics is real. It's something PC people don't want to talk about.
We need to start talking about it.
There have been at least four violent anti-Semitic attacks in NYC in recent days. In one incident, the attacker yelled "You f--king guy, you f--king Jew, I punched you, you f--king k--e."
That attacker is alleged to be 28 year old Steven Jorge of Miami. Someone on Facebook is claiming that the attacker is black and that he saw that in news coverage that has since been scrubbed. I don't know if this is true. I will update if I find out more.
Read more about this incident here
"The most recent confirmed attack happened in the early morning hours on Tuesday on Kingston Avenue in Crown Heights, when a 25-year-old Jewish man was walking on the sidewalk when he saw a large group of people walking toward him, police said.
That man told police that members of the group yelled “f—k you Jew” before hurling a Slurpie at him. The group can be heard laughing and one appears to be filming the incident as they quickly flee shortly after."
Read more here
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