When it comes to Christianity, Jews have led the battle cry in the so-called “separation of church and state” across America — but apparently they have no problem emblazoning Jewish “religious” symbols on government-issued license plates in Florida:
Floridians can now stand with Israel even while stuck in traffic.
A graphic designer from Boca Raton has come up with the winning design in a contest to create a specialty license plate saying that “Florida Stands with Israel.” Daniel Ackerman’s blue, white and orange design was chosen among more than 100 submissions in a competition sponsored by the Israeli-American Council, the group said in a news release.
The bipartisan slate of four lawmakers who initiated the law passed this year launching the competition along with Gabe Groisman, the mayor of Bal Harbour, served as the judges.
“The concept focuses on Florida’s state flower, the orange blossom,” Ackerman said in the release. “The beauty of this flower, contrasted against the Star of David in the form of a tropical leaf, represents the Florida-Israel relationship and the fruit this partnership bears, ultimately benefiting both states. The symbol interacts with the two waves on top and bottom giving nod to the Israeli flag, Florida’s sandy tourist destinations, and Israel’s deserts in bloom.”
The plate will go into production once 3,000 applicants have paid for presale vouchers. Proceeds will go in part to Hatzalah of Miami-Dade, an organization of volunteer paramedics.
Florida, of course — especially Boca Raton — is one of the hotbeds of Jewry in America — and the east coast of Florida is basically the Catskills on the beach — the Jewish Riviera.
And this “Hatzalah” group mentioned here is a special, private group of kosher paramedics for Jews only to call — after all, a Jewish life is much more valuable than any of the goyim.
We need not even speculate how the Jews of Florida would react if some group wanted to put the Christian Cross on the state-issued license plates — it would be “another Holocaust” in their minds.
Back in 2019, Florida passed a law that made it illegal to criticize Jews or Israel — wealthy Jews who live in safe, gated-communities want to retire in peace and not have to listen to the goyim griping about all the pushy Jews who have taken over their state.
And if you even look cross-eyed at a Jew on the streets, the police will spend months tracking you down.
And in this last election, a Jewess running for Congress in West Palm Beach openly advocated making Jews a special “protected class” not only in Florida, but in the entire country as well.
When you are this special, it’s only natural that you will get your own custom license plates made by convicted felons who now — thanks to you — have the right to vote.