Flyers allegedly found by an “anti-racist” group Wednesday on a tram in Cologne, Germany appeared to blame Jews for the ongoing pandemic:
The black-and-white flyer reads: “Do we really have a Corona problem? Or do we have a Jewish problem?” with a Star of David in the background next to the names of three prominent German politicians — Chancellor Angela Merkel, Health Minister Jens Spahn, Minister of Foreign Affairs Heiko Maas — and virologist Christian Drosten.
None of them are Jewish, but the flyer claims they are.
“The more Jews in politics and media, the worse things are!” it reads.
Several German protests against coronavirus restrictions have featured anti-Semitic rhetoric and comparisons of the restrictions to what Jews went through in the Holocaust.
The flyers were found by Omas Gegen Rechts (Grandmothers Against The Right), a citizen-led democratic initiative that’s been recognized by the Central Council of Jews in Germany for its activism.
“They make a loud and clear statement against growing anti-Semitism and racism as well as against misogyny,” the council’s president, Dr. Josef Schuster, said of the group in November.
The organization was founded in 2018 following the example of an Austrian organization by the same name.
Approximately 100 regional groups across the country participate in demonstrations against anti-Semitism and racism while promoting human rights. The German incarnation was founded in response to growing right-wing populism and extremism.
The Omas group said in an Instagram post that it had filed a police complaint.
We know from the published research of sociologist Wilfred Reilly that over 70% of reported “hate crimes” like this incident turn out to be hoaxes.
The reason for that is quite simple — so-called “hate crimes” always benefit the victims — both in terms of generating sympathetic public attention and promotion of their causes — along with financial incentives.
They even admit that it’s to their advantage to cynically exaggerate the problem of antisemitism — as if anything that’s done to combat ‘antisemitism’ is justified — even when Jews are the cause of it.
One recent study found that most online antisemitic harassment of Jews is committed by other Jews. Go figure.
There is nothing that makes Jews feel more Jewish than antisemitic ‘hate crimes’ — in fact, Jews actually fear that an end to ‘antisemitism’ could lead to a complete loss of Jewish identity.
What’s suspicious about these flyers is that every one of the public officials mentioned are not Jewish — a fact that makes ‘antisemites’ look completely ignorant and irrationally hateful.
And the fact that these flyers just so happened to be found by a group that looks for “racism” and “antisemitism” adds to their dubious nature.
And if Jews don’t want to be so highly associated with the pandemic, then they should be more careful to put “gentile” faces on the pandemic and vaccines — the way they used to — so that if something goes wrong — there’s always a “gentile” frontman to take the fall.