Netanyahu’s Jewish Son Posts Anti-Semitic Meme, Drawing Praise From US Neo-Nazis And David Duke, “You Are Our Bro!”

Israel's PM Netanyahu heads a special cabinet meeting in Sde Boker
Americans have a love affair with hatred and obsession with religion, and the Middle East has an obsession with hatred and religion, which it has endured thousands of years of fighting and stupid Americans love and want that same thing in America. At this rate, they are about to get it, since electing a white supremacist to the Presidency.  Have you noticed longtime friends turning in to monsters and hateful racists since Trump ran for office? It’s no longer subtle, the US is turning into 1930s Austria and Germany, it’s all in place.  And nothing is more shocking to non-historians of America than seeing a right wing Jew defend Nazi ism.  It shouldn’t be shocking if we taught history properly.  It’s to be expected.  This is why American Christian nuts and right wingers from Fox Rape Channel to even Mark Levin defending racist Trump.  Israeli leaders and political commentators reacted with anger and bewilderment Sunday after Yair Netanyahu, son of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, posted a classic anti-Semitic meme on his Facebook page.benjamin-netanyahu

Neo-Nazi groups in the United States and Holocaust denier David Duke, a former grand wizard of the Ku Klux Klan, liked the post, however.

 

“Yair Netanyahu is a total bro,” wrote Andrew Anglin in the neo-Nazi Daily Stormer. “Next he’s going to call for gassings.”

 

The image posted over the weekend by the younger Netanyahu, who goes by the name “Yair Hun” on Facebook, appears to be a local take on a classic anti-Semitic meme suggesting that Jews control the United States. It has appeared widely on extreme alt-right websites.

 

In this instance, it depicts his father’s perceived foes: American Jewish billionaire philanthropist and investor George Soros, outspoken former Israeli prime minister Ehud Barak, activist Eldad Yaniv and Meni Naftali, a former housekeeper for the Netanyahu’s who successfully sued them for mistreatment.

 

Netanyahu captioned the meme “the food chain.”

 

It is not clear who created the caricature, but many in Israel condemned it and expressed shock that the prime minister’s son would share such an image.

 

Barak suggested he should see a psychiatrist.

 

“Is this what the kid hears at home?” he wrote on Twitter. “Is it genetics, or a spontaneous mental illness? It doesn’t matter. In any case, we should fund his psychiatrist instead of security guards and a driver.”

Netanyahu responded to Barak by telling him to get a geriatric nurse: “I hope Ehud Barach [a play on words meaning “Ehud ran away”] didn’t tweet about me from his seat in Boston (between one shady deal or another) while drunk on whiskey (as I well recall). Time to get a geriatric nurse, Ehud.”

 

He also responded to an article about his post in the left-leaning newspaper Haaretz, calling the publication anti-Semitic.

 

“It’s a particularly sad day for Israel when a caricature endorsed by the head of the KKK emerges from the home of the prime minister of the Jewish state,” wrote recently elected Labor leader Avi Gabbay on Twitter.

 

“Every Jew should feel a sense of shame that a Der Stürmer-style cartoon has come out of the Israeli Prime Minister’s residence and was embraced by one of the great anti-Semites. Erase, apologize and condemn!” wrote Opposition Chairman Isaac Herzog on Twitter.

 

“This post was not put up by mistake, this is in keeping with the views of his father,” activist Eldad Yaniv told The Washington Post. “He wants to set Israeli society on fire, pitching people against each other, so he can hide the suspicions that are against him.”

 

On Twitter, Yaniv shared the image posted by Yair Netanyahu together with the original, which he called the inspiration behind a post from “the son of the prime minister of the Jewish people.”

Written By: Tommy Lightfoot Garrett
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