David Shlomo Toaff, 37, was arrested after demanding that all Jews on a flight from Washington, D.C. to Atlanta identify themselves to him by a show of hands:
A bizarre incident on a flight from Washington DC to Atlanta on Wednesday night resulted in the arrest of a Jewish man after passengers claimed he launched into an ‘anti-Semitic’ rant.
The video shows the man, who has been identified as David Toaff, trying to avoid police while they attempt to take him into custody.
Toaff, 37, who is seen wearing a backpack and tallit, starts to question the officers at one point, asking: ‘What did I do wrong?’
That is when someone off-camera yells: ‘You’re a Nazi.’
The entire incident was captured on camera by one of the passengers on the flight, Jordan Dale.
‘Today a man on my plane went on an anti-Semitic tirade and demanded “all Jews raise their hands” so he could “identify [sic] them.” Later, during the arrest he protested and resisted arrest,’ wrote Dale on Twitter.
‘Incredible work by Atlanta police, I highly recommend watching the whole video.’
Toaff was eventually booked into the Clayton County Jail, but has not been charged with making any sort of hate speech.
He has instead been charged with disorderly conduct and obstructing or hindering law enforcement.
Toaff’s inmate details reveal that he lives in Washington DC and that his middle name is Shlomo.
The video seems to show that the charges Toaff is facing are the result of his behavior after the flight landed, and not any remarks he made while the flight was in the air.
Atlanta Airport Police can be seen doing their best to try and reason with Toaff, but he refuses to cooperate.
‘You’re making it worse for yourself,’ one of the officers says at one point in the video.
A defiant Toaff responds: ‘I’m not doing anything wrong.’
He was booked at 10:30pm and is being held on a $1500 bond and $350 fee for the disorderly conduct charge, while there is no cost attached to the second count.
Even jewish sources admit that Jews suffer from a much higher incidence of mental illness than the general public, but in order to make Jews appear “normal” to the rest of us, they have changed the definitions of “normal” and “mental health.” While this strategy may help keeping thousands of Jews out of mental hospitals, it actual puts many of them at risk for forced incarceration and senseless run-ins with law enforcement, such as the case with Toaff. Clearly, many Jews are in dire need of mental health therapy, but they aren’t getting it because their jewish friends and family are in no position to judge what is normal.
From a jewish perspective, Toaff really wasn’t “doing anything wrong,” because when Jews like Toaff find themselves in unfamiliar situations, they all want to know who the other Jews are in the room so that they feel more comfortable. Jews can become very nervous and paranoid if they believe they are the only Jew in a crowd of people or even on a commercial flight. And that is why they flood our White countries with Jews and other non-Whites — they don’t want to feel like they are the only Jew in a land of normal White Christians.
It is very reasonable to consider this to be another probable jew attempt to demonize speech by using devious, subversive means.
Someone “else” was “by chance” recording Toaff’s rant, and an “unknown” person off-camera called him a “Nazi” for the video, and another “Tweeter” participated as well. These facts are mentioned in another report. It sounds like a set-up which didn’t go as was expected. That happens sometimes even to the jews.
“Man arrested for alleged racist rant aboard D.C. to Atlanta Delta flight”
“A person near the gate RECORDED the struggle with police as officers tried to arrest the man.”
“According to the Atlanta Police Department, officers at Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport responded just before 8 p.m. to meet flight 1822 from Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport in D.C. at the gate when it landed.
Atlanta Police said the man, 37-year-old David Toaff, began making anti-Semitic statements to passengers while on board the plane.
“Today a man on my plane went on an anti-Semitic tirade and demanded ‘all Jews raise their hands’ so he could ‘identify them,'” a witness tweeted.
When the flight arrived to the gate, Atlanta Police said the man “continued the disturbance” and refused to provide officers I.D.
Another passenger near the gate recorded the struggle with police as officers tried to arrest Toaff.
“What did I do wrong,” Toaf can be heard asking at one point in the video.
“You’re a Nazi,” someone off camera can be heard responding.
Atlanta Police continue to try and coax the man to go with them for several more moments, while Toaff continues to struggle.
You’re making it worse for yourself,” one of the officers can be heard saying.
“I’m not doing anything wrong,” he shouts a few more times.”
The three officers are finally able to cuff him before taking him through a secure door.”
“Statistics and meaning of name Toaff” – US and Israel
“The Origin of Jewish Family Names Morphology and History.”
“Others: Luzzatto, Lattes, Bemporad, Zevi, Cassutto, Nathan, Toaff, Della Seta, della Volta,…”.”
“Who Is for Free Speech? The Ariel Toaff Case”
“What makes this book extraordinary is that it wasn’t written by a nasty “anti-Semite,” but by Professor Ariel Toaff, who is descended from a line of rabbis, is the son of Elio Toaff, former chief rabbi of Rome and considered Italy’s highest Jewish spiritual and moral authority from the end of World War II to the early 2000s, and is a rabbi himself.
Ariel Toaff, who holds dual Italian and Israeli citizenship, was 64 when Blood Passover was published by the academic publishing house Il Mulino based in Bologna, a highly reputable company that prints books used in university courses, especially in humanities like philosophy and history.”
“The Bloody Passovers of Dr Toaff” – Israel Shamir
“Blood, betrayal, torture, and surrender are intervowen in the story of an Italian Jew, Dr Ariel Toaff, as if penned by his compatriot Umberto Eco. Dr Toaff stumbled onto a frightful discovery, was horrified but bravely went on, until he was subjected to the full pressure of his community; he repented, a broken man. ” [Continues]