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American Neo-Nazi website on Yair Netanyahu: Next, He’s going to call for gassingsThe Daily Stormer, a neo-Nazi website in the US, published an article in an apparent show of support for the controversial cartoon that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s son Yair uploaded to Facebook yesterday. “Yair Netanyahu is a total bro,” the article read. “Next he’s going [sic] call for gassings.”
Watch: The Daily Stormer article
A day after Yair Netanyahu posted a controversial cartoon with features reminiscent of anti-Semitic propaganda on Facebook, a leading neo-Nazi website in the US released a detailed article about the post uploaded by the Israeli prime minister’s son. “This is one of those things that is just so fun, you feel really glad that it happened,” the Daily Stormer article began. “Yair Netanyahu is a total bro. Next he’s going [sic] call for gassings.”
The Daily Stormer quoted the Haaretz article about the cartoon and then added former grand wizard of the Ku Klux Klan David Duke’s tweet showing his support for the cartoon. “Here’s the best part,” the Daily Stormer article continued. “After Haaretz published a report about his meme, Yair Netanyahu dismissed the claim he’s anti-Semitic and accused the newspaper of being exactly that. Wow just wow. Just accusing each other of being anti-Semites.”
At the end of the article, the Daily Stormer editors added their explanations for some of the issues with the State of Israel. “That was always the fundamental problem with the concept of Israel: when you make Jews live only among themselves, they start feeding off of one another,” they wrote. “They are naturally parasites. They are cohesive, when they are the alien. But you put them all together, with their vicious nature to suck someone blood, and they start sucking each other’s blood.”
Yesterday, JOL reported that the cartoon was titled “The Food Chain” and featured- one after the other- caricatures of Hungarian billionaire George Soros, a lizard, a sorcerer, former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak, Eldad Yaniv (one of the leaders of the anti-Netanyahu movement) and Mani Naftali (the former house manager at the Netanyahu residence).
Barak responded to the cartoon on Twitter: "This is what the child hears at home? What is it, genetics or a mental illness? Doesn't matter. Either way, we should really fund a psychiatrist for him and not a security guard and a personal chauffeur."
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