A Jewish woman charged with spray-painting two swastikas on a Brooklyn bus stop took to Facebook after the hate crime and posted “maybe the anti-semites have a point,” the NY Daily News reports. Farnoush Hakakian, 45, was arrested Wednesday and charged with criminal mischief as a hate crime for the May 5 broad-daylight incident in Borough Park.
“I am Jewish. This is my art, this is how I express myself. I don’t agree with Judaism and how the Jewish people are,” Hakakian told investigators when she was arrested, according to a law enforcement source. She also admitted to drawing the swastikas, the source said.
Contacted by The News over Facebook about the case, Hakakian continued to criticize Jewish people. “Instead of condemning the anti-semites, did it ever occur to you maybe we are doing many wrong things and we need to change? Did it ever occur to you maybe the anti-semites have a point? A good one?” Hakakian wrote. “If Jews including my own family would be open to criticism and change, extreme cases wouldn’t happen against them,” Hakakian wrote.
The comments left on this Jewish website are very revealing — and completely ignore this woman’s main point — that Jews are doing something wrong to engender such a negative reaction against them — i.e., “antisemitism”.
The commenters say she needs “mental health professionals” to cure her of whatever it is she has — or predictably call her a “self-hating Jew” — a Jew who “undermines her own people” — a moser — a snitch.
Jews have long been pushing to enact Federal laws to make it illegal to commit basically any crime against Jews — especially criticize them, which they consider “offensive” — the same modus operandi they used when they took over Russia in the wake of their Bolshevik “Revolution”.
Jews like hate crimes because they are so easy to incentivize and then fake — a book-length study on hate crimes concluded that over 70% of such reported “crimes” are indeed hoaxes — perpetrated by the accuser.
Of course, Jews like to characterize anyone who criticizes them as “ignorant” and “uneducated” — or having some pathological and irrational obsession with Jews — but nothing could be further from the truth.
A recent survey by a prominent and respected Jewish journal showed that more educated people are more likely to hold antisemitic views — conversely, the only reason you don’t hold antisemitic views is that you maintain a comfortable and willful ignorance of what is really going on around you.
Either way, it’s unlikely this Jewish graffiti artist in Brooklyn — Farnoush Hakakian — will be prosecuted for any “hate crimes” against her own people — that’s not what the laws were ever intended for.
Hate crime laws are intended to muzzle White people while the Jews subvert and destroy Christendom — and if 60 million dead Christians in Russia won’t convince you of that, nothing will.