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"simon wiesenthal" Discussed on Never Again: a Podcast for Holocaust and Genocide Justice

Never Again: a Podcast for Holocaust and Genocide Justice

02:38 min | 1 year ago

"simon wiesenthal" Discussed on Never Again: a Podcast for Holocaust and Genocide Justice

"And stopped it the the where there are so many death-beds means that there was a much higher rate of participation right of the population and the murders were that much more personal choice. I mean, you know, we talked about you you just mentioned earlier in the conversation about the role of Americans and liberating Jewish from concentration camps. You can't liberate somebody from a Death Pit know you can't believe somebody from Death fit and I mean to see to see the map was just it literally the country is covered in deathbeds. Well, you know, let's say let's go into let's let's let's Veer off into what you just said. You can't rescue some home remedies, but in fact, you know, the let's take a country that that that executes somebody give somebody the death penalty and if somebody was hung and the Rope broke then they didn't hang them a second time. Correct? I didn't know that. No, I have no doubt. It's not I don't know. So if I get another rope, I mean, what does it wrong on his name was I think in the wild west when we were dead. People in in the United States if if the Rope broke, then the person was set free surely not in the Islamic Republic of Iran. They don't do that. Right? I mean they get ropes that what you know what I know. I know. Okay. So there is you know, when they when when when the lithuanians will take the juice to the death, but thought they would just mess shoot them, you know, the amount of people just fell into the death, but that either weren't shot off was shocked and not yet killed. They wouldn't waste bullets on on children. They were just very the children alive. No foil. All these there's there's an investigation going on right now. The Simon wiesenthal Center is is trying to birth. Capture and put on trial a Lithuanian woman that would just take rocks and bass Jewish babies brains and kill them..

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"simon wiesenthal" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

06:00 min | 1 year ago

"simon wiesenthal" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Simon Wiesenthal is is brought in and and so you have the the hundred themselves are obviously like this Tarantino esque no murder squad that's clearly not funding it happened right but there were real **** hunters in a specially very prominent in the seventies when a lot of piled came online and there you have you have the birth of real investigative journalism here until people like some of the the ball did uncover the real life of yeah not even hiding the **** next door all of the United States and and did his best to expose them to bring them to justice if you have a you did have a special unit in the justice department he did make a thirty nine called the office of special investigations that is hinted that here are you have they have a Elizabeth Holtzman you know with Congress woman from I think Brooklyn there's still kind of a pundit now she really pioneered the creation of the oversized someone like her is that shows up and and hunters not my favorite part about hunters is that the FBI uncovers something and they they think they've uncovered paperclip as diverse as great conspiracy but in fact of the F. B. I. you helped created in the price of the fact that it will be announced in October of nineteen forty six to the whole country and the lanky seventy seven and they're acting like what what have we done this is amazing but you know we have to help with the narrative there are real the world no matter what they are doing very very exciting things because the laws and allowing them to and if you're struck if you're thinking about the wall there's not much to be done other than to expose that and hope that either Interpol more eventually the justice department can do very basic things like forcing them to go back to their country of origin Austria usually so then this is one of those moments where I almost know the answer to this before I ask but is there anything that you uncovered in your research which would substantiate the fictional a conceit that there were German sleeper agents in the United States government that were there helping to provide cover for any pro **** activity or international activity and or any sort of rebellion within the United States what not no not German German the problem is that it's not Germans who have to do this there are there too many sympathetic American officials who who are happy to you know under under mine this is the American foreign policy and use the yeah the council the Germans in this way but there is you know within the state department what that was the fear that and I wouldn't want that between forty five and thirty nineteen forty eight there was a still a lot of state department officials who who feared the resurrection well the creation of a fourth right and and thought saw it happening in South America and truly thought how can we bring over fifteen hundred former enemy combatants some of them with obviously these well known war crime background into the United States grant them citizenship and expect things to be normal expect this to not lead to a Taylor I really kind of mini rebellion in the United States I could've eventually pop up or that why would they use theirs their research to help us win one when they when they use it to help a future fascist state somewhere those are all things that were legitimately talk about in catalogs and and get those voices were were pretty much ignored but in places like Egypt and Argentina even in India you have German scientists going into to work for regime is doing with that intention we're absolutely with the intention of trying to help them resurrect it a fourth Reich abroad with ended with regimes that are far more pliable than than nine states was it ended the in this is sort of more hinted at than anything else and been Amazon's hunters but the bar is is there any evidence that suggests well to others hold on to that question so step back because I want to get going again and then come back and then I'll you'll start as our little stuff you don't do that again I can sometimes I forget exactly where we left off but believe offered the asking of the question and then well because our Germans project paperclip and the national security state there is one topic going to get to that I can tell you for sure we'll get to is that the war between the state department enter the army it could wait you would not have imagined next on coast to coast AM this is the end product Hey at and when it breaks bill Stewart from a twenty four hour KFI news from the IRS says stimulus checks have been deposited and taxpayers bank accounts John Jeffrey says the first round of payments have been sent the Internal Revenue Service made the announcement on social media Saturday saying they know many people are anxious to get their payments will continue wishing them as fast as we can the average American who made less than seventy five thousand dollars can expect to receive twelve hundred dollars does he didn't use direct deposit in filing their taxes will get a check in the mail but that's going to take two weeks or longer to receive one of the world's most famous bookstores as turn to go fund me to stay afloat during the corona virus pandemic City Lights was founded in San Francisco in nineteen fifty three it started the go fund me.

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"simon wiesenthal" Discussed on The Clappers

The Clappers

12:34 min | 1 year ago

"simon wiesenthal" Discussed on The Clappers

"Device. Ship right watching a show called Hunters Amazon. Okay Amazon Prime. Does Al Pacino. That's the biggest name. He is the head of this and it doesn't do so much so people people who have an issue with Al Pacino. Sort of big acting. He does it down. This is probably only about a seven point five on the Pacino style the patching and he's gone back that one voice us talk a little bit like that under any knows. I don't think you can do that anymore. What did he seventy IDO? Something easily smoke cigars? So he's doing. He's playing an elderly Jewish man. Living in New York in nineteen seventy seven. My often and my offerman tixx under his wing. This this young guy. Jonah Heidel Bom who pipe Logan Lerman. Who whose grandmother is murdered in his house and Jonah comes to suspect with some you know some validity that it was. It was not not an hour. What what would you call it not not an accident opportunistic murder she was assassinated. Yup and so Turns out that my offerman is ahead of a group of Nazi hunters and they're on the trial of former actual Nazis from the wartime. Who have been not only living in America but were brought to America by the. Us government post war to work in medical research scientific facilities at NASA. They don't want and has happened. Yes some of this happens. Yeah Yeah it's the marketing around suggested by some a true story. I think that is A. It's it's based in the loosest possible. While they were Nazis Nazi Hunters. You go to some invasive. That's that's right so the suggestion is that my offerman is kind of like a fictional inspired violence. Simon Wiesenthal who was not the only one there were others as well but and you could say yes the idea of somebody who takes it on as his life mission to expose the crimes and and the sort of the new identities and and and bring them to justice yes but the justice in this is absolutely about slotting this fraud so blowing their brains out fast. Eight is a very visceral form of Munich. Rather than sitting down in Den. Haag and arguing the point four months and months and months to a crappy resolution. Look it's it's a really interesting piece of work. It's it's sort of. It's coming in for some criticism criticism. Yeah have you. The human chess is your lesson. The first episode. Yes so there's a criticism that they've invented atrocities that never happened. And there are members of Jewish organizations associated with the Auschwitz. Museum has tweeted about this. And say that this is this is really not good for preserving the memory and remembering accurately what happened creating things that never happened just plays right into the hands of the Holocaust deniers. Yeah I get get with the coming from and it's a really interesting point because I would say that the thing that this show is about more than anything is memory and not allowing people to forget what happened people deed keeping the history of it alive David Vile. Who's a things about thirty two or something? Who is the creator of this show says that his his grandmother was really the inspiration for this love editors grandmother who who survived? Auschwitz? And He. He heard her stories about Auschwitz. And the good things that people did for each other and Jose feist and he said you know she she was his superhero. These sounded like wild adventure stories. Comic Comic Book kind of source and there is a real kind of comic book energy throughout the series with without ever going into the kind of people flying through the air or whatever and it's it's interesting because. I think that his this notion of keeping the story alive and keeping the knowledge of what happened alive is is very much what guides the show. But then this kind of you this fancy element about it where it goes into fictional territory particularly that chessboard chess game. Same which Just by way of explanation. It's two two teams effectively of of Jewish prisoners. Who SET AGAINST EACH OTHER? One being black one being white and And then on either side of the board somebody and again a Jewish prisoner is playing the game at the behest of the Nazis and and they're moving the pieces and when a piece gets taken they killed so it's a horrific kind of cruel manipulative kind of setup. And you look go. It is the kind of thing. Yeah it's the kind of thing that the Nazis did but it but it's not actually a thing they did. It has great visual impact. Is something that you you say. You'd never forget it but it's not true so it's he's created this thing that is going to speak to a younger audience if he's going to speak to. An audience would probably never watch documentaries about Australia's not engage with this. That doesn't really want to know that doesn't want to think about it. In terms of how it relates to the world we inhabit right. Now so it's a good thing or a risky fan. It's a good. I think he kind of cheering too. Many shows doing films TV series of doing this with based on inspired by true. Just it's a work of imagination. Make it a work of imagination. This is a fictional story based on something that really happened. If you WANNA have the credit for making a really great film Oh piece of work that is based on things that actually happened then done invent extra things for the sake of visual splendor or drama this enough. That happened there to tell this story real what really happened. Which is horrible that I don't see the point in inventing. I'm GonNa just pull you up on that a little bit because I think the issue is around the marketing of it as based on true events and I can't remember with exercise on or inspired by. They do use the word by Stan. I'm trying to think of his base on truancy on a true story. I think it's probably true events site so you could say yes there's some events and yes it is all that's right. He's only things. Humans DO EXIST. There is a planet earth. Eso being fatuous. I mean there's more there's more in it. That is that he's angered. And there is a lot of the show they actually takes place in the past in Auschwitz in in Berlin in you know in in the UK in Nineteen thirty nine. I mean there's there's a lot of stuff going on that is historical and is more or less anketing historical more or less being operative time. I don't know because you're taking an historical framework as the world in which you tell your story that you can only tell things that actually happened. I know I'm not saying that. I'm saying you can't have it both ways. Well if you WANNA make an imaginative work. But if I can't have it both ways I think the story in the world of of you know Y- The world in which Nazism happened then people survived and I. They seek retribution. But I don't know that you can only tell what happens from that point with all that historical background that you can only tell what happened. That actually did happen. I think you can go where you want with it. That's what's so long as saying the same thing I'm saying I'm saying that you can have like the against the novels. You can have fiction. Sit in real time with real people and your fictional character moving through there with his own story that you've made up out of your mind and that's called a novel and you can have films that a sin and this is Teasha show bullying Babylon. Just sit in the UAE period. And that's people that did have a bit also people that don't and it's imaginative and you can do it. And so I'm saying you can. You don't just have to have things that really happened in Auschwitz. But if you're purporting to tell a story that is based on the issue. Yeah we're in agreement on the issues. It's sighing bustamonte by. Yeah Yeah Yeah. Yeah Yeah we can. We can have a show sit anytime with anybody doing anything so long as you. Don't pretend that it really happened. Whether that's Amazon's marketing at fault really should respond to this. Quite serious and sound criticism aspect of his show. It's something that should be. I mean I think it is an enormous step to say. Inglorious bastards turned. Yeah in in the sense of like violent revenge upon nutcase YEP YEP oversaw that to the best knowledge never actually happened. In the real world so wish fulfillment fantasy so I get you. Yep Yep Yep I get that and there's also a kind of political kind of coming satirical element to it which I detect a how much you could sort of put this time to him but Jordan. Peele who who wrote and directed get get out and I can't. He's an executive producer on this. So how much of a sort of guiding hand he's had in. That is hard to say. I mean you can never tell them. He's nine might be on there purely because it's a great marketing ploy might be on there and it sort of frying does if he's been a a major figure in its Figaro major figure in its guidelines. The Harry's is figure may be safe Figaro and it not be pointing you gotta figure I figure I can go and get these. It's going to be good anyway. Yeah it's hard to know how much of a guiding handy certainly detect a certain elemental. What us when you first brought this up Are started thinking involuntarily. I did involuntary thinking remembering the first few pages of the book. Marathon Man by William Goya film variables. The book has a lot like they pretty much. Follow each other but the book is a lot in the first few pages of these two two men driving and a and a car crash and someone recognizing I think the name is Zell. The former Nazi who's now living. I read this book when I was about twelve. I said that you can remember. I think it's also about the same age. Might my dad had it and I thought off interesting and and and get recognized by some some old Jews in the neighborhood who were at the camp that he was the commandant oven. It's it's an amazing book an incredible terrifying film and it just put my my memory to that. Nobody says is it safe in this series. It's not man. That's frightening hunters. It's it's challenging. Yeah I've watched six episodes of ten and I think it's really interesting. I mean some of it some of it. I just think is a little bit sort of long winded. Little been sort of rambling. Maybe four to the response. I think it's I think it's interesting what it's trying to do. Yep Yep okay cool. Thank you for listening. You can catch up with us. Anyway you get your podcast and cows put something up on the facebook page. I believe yeah links to a last episode that yes you can like us and befriend us..

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"simon wiesenthal" Discussed on AP News

AP News

08:44 min | 2 years ago

"simon wiesenthal" Discussed on AP News

"Iran has launched a missile attack on an air base in Iraq where US forces are housed in what Iran's state TV says was a revenge operation over the killing of revolutionary guard General Qasem Soleimani Iran's state TV says tens of surface to surface missiles were launched at on a side air base in Iraq speaking at the Simon Wiesenthal center in Los Angeles shortly before the attacks were announced Brian hook the US special representative for Iran said we will take all necessary defensive measures to protect ourself against any running attacks like cross yep Washington

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Iran warns US not retaliate over missile attack in Iraq

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 2 years ago

Iran warns US not retaliate over missile attack in Iraq

"Iran has launched a missile attack on an air base in Iraq where US forces are housed in what Iran's state TV says was a revenge operation over the killing of revolutionary guard General Qasem Soleimani Iran's state TV says tens of surface to surface missiles were launched at on a side air base in Iraq speaking at the Simon Wiesenthal center in Los Angeles shortly before the attacks were announced Brian hook the US special representative for Iran said we will take all necessary defensive measures to protect ourself against any running attacks like cross yep Washington

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"simon wiesenthal" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"simon wiesenthal" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Roberts fox news investigators a New Yorker trying to figure out why a man attacked a rabbi's home during Hanukkah was the dilution Ole or an anti semite please have lots of questions for the suspect graft and Thomas Peters allegedly found disturbing evidence in his car a journal with anti semitic statements and references to **** and Adolf Hitler they also say Thomas researched other Jewish temples online New York governor Andrew Cuomo labeled it an act of domestic terrorism and vowed to crackdown on an alarming recent uptick in anti semitic attacks fox's Jackie Heinrich Thomas faces five counts of attempted murder and now hate crimes federal hate crimes home it was closed rabbi once president trump to take action against the increasing attacks all of anti semitism rabbi Marvin hire said in the forty years since the founding of the Simon Wiesenthal center I do not recall a time which is this a serious a moment there's now higher says he's asking president from to create an FBI task force exclusively dedicated to anti semitism he said trying to pin the blame on politics is nonsense fox's Jessica Rosenthal present trouble on holiday in Florida signed a robo call law late last night it's expected to help Americans deal with a slew of automated unwanted calls a police officer dies in Tennessee after being hit by a car last night during a foot chase rabbi Marvin hi and Henderson police chief Mickey Miller says that the officer who died was thirty one years old and that he was hit as he chased a suspect across the highway the driver who hit the officer was deeply shaken and the officer identified as Bristol was a navy.

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"simon wiesenthal" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"simon wiesenthal" Discussed on KTOK

"Looking for the reason I'm Carmen Roberts fox news investigators The New Yorker trying to figure out why a man attacked a rabbi's home during Hanukkah was the dilution all or an anti semite please have lots of questions for the suspect graft and Thomas yes the Gators allegedly found disturbing evidence in his car a journal with anti semitic statements and references to **** and Adolf Hitler they also say Thomas researched other Jewish temples online New York governor Andrew Cuomo labeled it an act of domestic terrorism and vowed to crackdown on an alarming recent uptick in anti semitic attacks fox's Jackie Heinrich Thomas faces five counts of attempted murder and now hate crimes federal hate crimes omit west coast rabbi once president trump to take action against the increasing attacks all of anti semitism rabbi Marvin hire set in the forty years since the founding of the Simon Wiesenthal center I do not recall a time which is this a serious a moment is now higher says he's asking president trump to create an FBI task force exclusively dedicated to anti semitism he said trying to pin the blame on politics is nonsense fox's Jessica Rosenthal present trouble on holiday in Florida signed a robo call law late last night it's expected to help Americans deal with a slew of automated unwanted calls a police officer dies in Tennessee after being hit by a car last night during a foot chase rabbi Marvin hi and Henderson police chief Mickey Miller says that the officer who died was thirty one years old and that he was hit as he chased a suspect across the highway the driver who hit the officer was deeply shaken and the officer identified as Bristol was a navy veteran.

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"simon wiesenthal" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"simon wiesenthal" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Looking for the reason I'm Carmen Roberts fox news investigators The New Yorker trying to figure out why a man attacked a rabbi's home during Hanukkah was the dilution all or an anti semite please have lots of questions for the suspect rocked and Thomas best to gate is allegedly found disturbing evidence in his car a journal with anti semitic statements and references to **** and Adolf Hitler they also say Thomas researched other Jewish temples online New York governor Andrew Cuomo labeled it an act of domestic terrorism and vowed to crackdown on an alarming recent uptick in anti semitic attacks boxes Jackie Heinrich Thomas faces five counts of attempted murder and now hate crimes federal hate crimes a prominent west coast rabbi once president trump to take action against the increasing attacks all of anti semitism rabbi Marvin hire said in the forty years since the founding of the Simon Wiesenthal center I do not recall a time which is this a serious a moment that's now higher says he's asking president from to create an FBI task force exclusively dedicated to anti semitism he said trying to pin the blame on politics is nonsense fox's Jessica Rosenthal present trouble on holiday in Florida signed a robo call long late last night it's expected to help Americans deal with a slew of automated unwanted calls a police officer dies in Tennessee after being hit by a car last night during a foot chase rabbi Marvin hi and Henderson police chief Mickey Miller says that the officer who died was thirty one years old and that he was hit as he chased the suspect across the highway the driver who hit the officer was deeply shaken and the officer identified as Bristol was a navy veteran.

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"simon wiesenthal" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"simon wiesenthal" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Well the reason I'm Carmen Roberts fox news investigators in New York are trying to figure out why a man attacked a rabbi's home during Hanukkah was the dilution all or an anti semite please have lots of questions for the suspect Grafton Thomas it is allegedly found disturbing evidence in his car a journal with anti semitic statements and references to **** and Adolf Hitler they also say Thomas researched other Jewish temples online New York governor Andrew Cuomo labeled it an act of domestic terrorism and vowed to crackdown on an alarming recent I've taken anti semitic attacks boxes Jackie Heinrich Thomas faces five counts of attempted murder and now hate crimes federal hate crimes home it was closed rabbi once president trump to take action against the increasing attacks all of anti semitism rabbi Marvin hire set in the forty years since the founding of the Simon Wiesenthal center I do not recall a time which is this a serious a moment is now higher says he's asking president from to create an FBI task force exclusively dedicated to anti semitism he said trying to pin the blame on politics is nonsense fox's Jessica Rosenthal present trouble on holiday in Florida signed a robo call long late last night it's expected to help Americans deal with a slew of automated unwanted calls a police officer dies in Tennessee after being hit by a car last night during a foot chase rabbi Marvin hi and Henderson police chief Mickey Miller says that the officer who died was thirty one years old and that he was hit as he chased the suspect across the highway the driver who hit the officer was deeply shaken and the officer identified as Bristol was a navy veteran.

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"simon wiesenthal" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"simon wiesenthal" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Founder of the Simon Wiesenthal center is called for an F. B. I. task force to go after anti semitism rabbi Marvin hire says a semitic attacks in the U. S. R. at the worst level he's seen this is a moment in American history which change must come we can't address this question the wave we've addressed it for the last decades he says he will take a special division of the FBI to guard against future attacks it belongs outside the responsibility of states and local governments he says he hopes to talk to president trump about the task force idea antrum only back KFI news this report run to my sweet James bargainer a supervisor for the only school district after school program has been charged with murder prosecutors say the twenty three year old man violently beat his six year old god son in Downey and I was supposed to be taking care of the boy around Christmas investigators haven't given a motive for the murder last week accused killers being held on two million dollars bail a new jail housing unit in orange county's offering services designed to help veterans stay out of jail state senator Tom Umberg says the thirty two inmates allowed in the program of already sacrifice for our country it's up to us to give them the tools to make sure that whatever mistake they made that mistake is corrected and that they return to society as as complete individuals as we possibly can officials say mental health substance abuse housing and jobs services will be set up during incarceration and continue when the person is released that's well where jailed military fatigues and unit pain with American military flags daily charges have lost their last game of the season both lost on the road to the can't city keep yesterday with a final score twenty one thirty one the charge finished their season five wins eleven losses coach Anthony lane for now says the team turned the ball over too much this year rams also finished their season yesterday but capped off with a win against the cardinals their season got nine wins and seven losses the pastor of a church near fort worth Texas says he doesn't understand why someone would carry out a fatal shooting in the sanctuary two people were killed yesterday when a man fired a shot gun during a service at the west freeway in Christ and our church of Christ we have a congregation here.

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Amid criticism, Trump signs order targeting anti-Semitism at universities

Nightside with Dan Rea

08:47 min | 2 years ago

Amid criticism, Trump signs order targeting anti-Semitism at universities

"President trump signed a an executive order which I'm going to get to in a moment it deals with anti semitism and a radic kidding anti semitism here in the United States of America it comes a day after a horrific crime in Jersey city for those of you who have not heard about this crime in Jersey city apparently there was a couple of individuals whose van was suspected in the US what turned out to be a murder over the weekend of an individual and yesterday a New Jersey a Jersey city police officer I spotted what he thought might have been the van that was wanted for questioning that they wanted to people who own the V. and obviously for questioning in connection with this well this police officer early yesterday morning approached the band the band was in a cemetery and the the police officer who had been on the force for fifteen years detective Joseph seals a veteran and a father of five was assassinated by these two individuals these two individuals that allegedly rolled one mile very deliberately and stopped outside a on a store that would be described as a kosher store a store that essentially a kosher supermarket and allegedly David Anderson forty seven and Francine Graham fifty with long rifles started firing into the store killing three people of the three individuals have been identified as the woman who co owned a store window for hunts who I believe is Jewish a twenty four year old medical student moisture Deutsch in Miguel Douglas who worked at the store of the individuals it wild shoot out in all of this and finally the the Jersey city police department for a road a drove a a of an army truck into the store and it would appear that the two suspects kill them kill themselves we'll figure that out that will be figured out so essentially there are five people will six including the police officer who are dead two of whom were the assailants the suspicion is that the individuals who attacked this store because it happen to be a kosher supermarket we believe are connected to what's called the black Hebrew Israelite movement for those of you who don't know what the black Hebrew Israelite movement it is a is an anti semitic organization and I at last we last heard about the mystery member last January when the group of high school students from Kentucky got into the what was called a confrontation but it really wasn't with the native American gentleman if you saw what led up to that there were these some members of this black Hebrew Israelite movement who were protesting apparently on the a mall in Washington the a students from Kentucky wearing the mega hats would been there for a right to life rally were verbally assaulted by the black Hebrew Israelite movement is pretty disgusting what was said and I am not at all convinced that the native American gentleman who also became embroiled in this did not try to introduce himself into this situation to defuse it but suffice it to say this group in the black Hebrew Israelites despite the name has been characterized as a hate group and is published anti semitic post online and this is serious stuff I mean in this country for a long long time anti semitism virulent anti semitism was limited to the far right the American **** party party there was a there was some real black jobs in the in the fifties in this country and the sixties instill some today by the way on the far right but a lot of the anti semitism has been the pastor sized as moved to the left so today the president siding if I semitism on college campuses are there is this program on college campuses now that you're maybe of heard of it's a program that is beyond college campus called boycott divestment and sanctions I which is intended attended according to CNN to end international support for Israel's oppression of Palestine's Palestinians and boycott Israel for its activities in the west bank and Gaza this global movement is gain traction some college campuses across the US which criticized has led to Jewish students being targeted this reading now from the CNN report trump's executive order would trigger a portion of the federal Civil Rights Act of nineteen sixty four that requires educational institutions colleges and universities who receive which receive federal funding to not discriminate based on national origin according to senior administration officials the department of education can withhold federal funding from any college or educational programs that discriminate based on race color or national origin it does not say religion this is according to the Civil Rights Act from nineteen sixty four religion is not covered in that law so the administration now is attempting to interpret Judaism as a nationality in order to potentially punish universities for violations of Muslim Hindu and skins to a six students are also protected from discrimination under title six based on the shared ancestry and ethnic characteristics now there the president's receiving it's a sort of it an interesting reaction a John of the green black who is the CEO of the anti defamation league says this reaffirms protections of Jewish people without infringing on first amendment rights there are others on on the other side here of these the Simon Wiesenthal center is supportive of this Israel's foreign minister Israel cats welcome the upcoming announcement called on other countries to follow the trump administration's lead they said the Simon Wiesenthal center said this is a good idea it sends a global message at a time of surging anti semitism on both sides of the Atlantic meanwhile the president of Jay street was which is regressive Jewish advocacy group for that matter it's considered progressive Jewish lobby argue the executive order was designed to have a chilling effect on free speech and a crackdown on campus critics of Israel rather than fight anti semitism well his statement this fellow statement Jeremy Ben I mean up on me we feel it's misguided and harmful for the White House to unilaterally declare a broad range of non violent campus criticism of Israel to be anti semitic especially the time with the prime driver of anti semitism in this country is the xenophobic white nationalist bar right well I disagree with that my question is this the president in signing this executive order do the right thing or the wrong thing I think Donald Trump did the right thing and I think that our moderate to conservative Jewish organizations Alan Dershowitz with at the White House today for that ceremony see it that way so called progressive Jewish organizations apparently they're seeing it differently I am someone who is very concerned about free speech on college campuses but I also want to make sure that the Jewish students are protected on American college campuses for that matter college campuses around the world and this boycott movement the boycott divestment and sanctions movement is nothing more that a cover group for a progressives for progressives a particularly those in the Democratic Party to undermine undermine the state of Israel which is our greatest ally in the Middle East six one seven two five four ten thirty triple eight nine two nine ten thirty we'll open the phone lines up right now whatever your point of view is on this one let's

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Trump gives Medal of Freedom to NBA legend Jerry West

America's Morning News

01:56 min | 2 years ago

Trump gives Medal of Freedom to NBA legend Jerry West

"The west the NBA legend and logo you see on the NBA jerseys and merchandise was honored this week with the presidential medal of freedom president trump on Thursday said west honor was richly deserve sighting west basketball career at West Virginia University that led him to the Lakers and an Olympic gold medal but the more than anything else good you're like doing is playing basketball in West Virginia and starting at age six he taught himself on the dirt surfaces of his neighborhoods backyard one eight grain his sister would call him and say it says it's called the mud wallow do you remember that at all during the mud wallow but nothing ever stopped him Jerry later reflected that everything I did I tried to do perfectly not just well **** perfectly and it hasn't changed I don't think too much as it. look at the list of other honorees and was inspired by the names to someone that's right one doesn't Bill Gates philanthropic champions Nelson Mandela Martin Luther king these are Shabazz from all the Simon Wiesenthal and Desmond Tutu legendary leaders Muhammad Ali bill Russell Kareem Abdul Jabbar athlete activist Michael Jordan Tiger Woods Stevie Wonder excellence personified John wooden Frank Robinson Arnold Palmer and vin Scully friends are trying to emulate I swear my name is going to look like a misprint on this list No Way known as Mr clutch west was named an all star every year of his fourteen season career with the Lakers he also helped lead the team to the NBA finals nine times and after retiring as a player you coach the Lakers for three season before moving into the front office where he signed Magic Johnson Kobe Bryant Shaquille o'neal here is responsible for the majority of the fakers titles yet now works for the LA

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"simon wiesenthal" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

10:36 min | 2 years ago

"simon wiesenthal" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Country xactly. This is just some horrible stuff. Seventy-seven WABC. Quitting. Rabbi high. He's going to be joining us momentarily ship. A very cool reason, actually, the Shimon Peres documentary about to come out, but Shimon ask the rabbi do before he died and rabbi higher. Who's a big deal he spoke to Trump last week the week before very respected, and beloved amongst the other Jewish people. So he's, he's going to join us here. Cindy grows is here somewhere, and I think there are the rabbi vary is rabbis walking in and not often you get three Jews inside the, the ABC studios. But you got Doug Goodstein said Rosenberg and the, the great rabbi higher. How does he rabbi? Welcome pleasure. Thank you. All right. We would just you could put the headphones on. I know you're good at this a million times, we would just saying that the reason why you'll here, and if any of this is wrong, correct us as before Shimon Peres died. He said to you, that wanted to produce documentary, I want you to do it. So I guess the time is here. Shimon Peres documentary. That's correct. It was quite amazing. He actually he was doing an interview on another subject with us. And after the interview we packed up all the equipment downstairs. We're ready to take off the truck and his chief of staff called us back says the president would like to see you. And we came back up and he said, is the most important thing. And I forgot completely about it. I was doing the interview I would like you to do life story. And we will completely shocked that he you know, that happened. The way it happens. So he said, of course, Mr President, but there's only one request. You've got to stay put in one place for at least three weeks. So get all the interviews done because he goes all over the world. He was in China in India. And so, and the film was finished and will permit this evening in New York. Then it will go to the festival, route after that to a theatrical release well after the release to streaming media, well he was considered rural. Shimon Peres, of course, time prime minister of Israel, he was considered he is considered the last link when he was alive to the founding fathers of the state of Israel. He was a protege of David Ben Gurion the I, I believe prime minister of Israel. Right. Absolutely. And, and not, not only, you know, he was a protege and most people do not know this about human Peres, Shimon Peres came up with the idea. Everyone opposed them when he said that the future is going to be about nuclear energy, and if Israel doesn't enter that field. We will be lost everyone opposed them because they knew it would be a big budget item and be taking. Away from their budgets. The people who opposed them were lay the Eshkol golden Mia. I'll bet you've been the stalwarts, the labor could be imagined today if Israel surrounded by Iran has below HAMAs. Another good so-called good friends. What Israel what would happen, Israel, if they didn't know that Israel has something in Dimona? Absolutely thousand percent. Right. I mean he's, he's pope responsible for the preemptive the strength of Israel right now. I mean that's the only reason that they don't get invaded or attack. Whatever is because of their overwhelming strength, including nuclear weapons, and so, and the United States, of course, has their back, but he had the foresight to, to have this policy in place. And he was also he succeeded Yitzhak Rabin who he was a fierce opponent of didn't get along at. All right. That's correct. They, they respected each other. They didn't get along. And in the end, you know, when just before Rabin was murdered at that rally into Levin. They the it's on video everyone can see it. The they hugged each other the that was the moment that they came together, particular moment, ten minutes later. Marvin. Hi, of course, he founded the Simon Wiesenthal Center, which is not a small deal. And that's what they're gonna show this this documentary. Well, Shimon Peres later on tonight. So. I know you just supposed to President Trump not that long ago. Right. How long ago was that? Well, when he was in Los Angeles at the home of Lee Samson, a trustee of the goes, right? I was at that event. Okay. See. He's a friend of the Jews, obviously everything he does is good for the state of Israel. He gets along. Well with BB you see what's going on not just in the in the Middle East. What's scary is what's going on in this country. Some politicians that just outwardly bashing Jews all the time. I we took part in a rally at the New York Times building just a couple of weeks ago about that very antisemitic cartoon with Donald Trump and BB Netanyahu, you see what's going on. Would you go as far as saying, this is the worst? You've seen in terms of anti-semitism since maybe two. No question about everywhere in the world can first of all, Europe, fifty five thousand French Jews left in England. A survey in England shows that thirty three percent of British Jews say they fear for the future of the Jewish community of England, and in the United States everywhere, in, in broad day in, in brave. Attacks in broad daylight, as if they're afraid of nothing and the what we have to remember is that, you know, that we center owns the Hitler leda, what most people don't know, and we know because we own that letter that was his first statement to the world. Nobody ever heard of eight outfit low when he wrote that letter. In the letter, he says, two things the Jews use the money to influence nations and politicians. We have we heard that recently from the United States Congress, congress woman, Omar who said, it's about the Benjamins, baby. And that's what Hitler said when he made his entree onto the world nobody paid attention to him because he was a nobody. And people said, oh, this is nothing and twenty two years later, after he wrote that letter implemented everything he said in the letter, which was, he says my final objective is the total removal of the Jews altogether. And eat in twenty two years late. Ada, that's what he did. I've got about seventy percents. So when we here in the house of Lincoln in the house of George Washington congresswoman, Oma using the same language that, Hitler used exactly a hundred years ago, we should rise in indignation of such horrific remarks. Absolutely a rabbi Mayer. So, so let me hire excuse me. Let me ask you this question. Who do you reserve your some of your anger towards more? The people who perpetrate these comments or the people will abide, an indulgence, these are afraid to condemn these people and some are Jewish congressman themselves. I mean Pelosi again watered down at resolution, and you have Nadler and shifting all these guys, nobody says books Schumer says nothing puff. Well, first of all, Simon Wiesenthal namesake Simon Wiesenthal used to say that. Silence. Is the greatest enemy of the Jewish people. Pingo. In other words, he said, it's when you see these horrific acts when you see that antisemitism is prevalent, antisemitism in hatred, should take sent the stage, not politics a great a thousand percent. And yet inexplicably, they remained silent who they afraid of I mean, and some of these guys are hanging out with Louis Farrakhan. Nobody called him out on it for years. They've just let it go. Well, Louis Farrakhan he got away with it. You know, nobody else. It's unbelievable. When you think about it, that when Aretha Franklin that the funeral now certainly somebody had to know the seating arrangements beforehand, Bill Clinton. This was this wasn't something that came down from heaven in the last minute. So the question is, if they knew for if President Clinton knew where he's going to be seated, his, his aides, or the, let's say he didn't know his aides knew they should have said. We do not want a president of the United States seated there, the, the biggest biggest in the United States and anti Semite Louis. Farrakhan, nothing was said all the photos of all, all the media photographing and say, what the world see how legitimate is normalized. Well, let's wrap it up with this again, tonight, the Simon Wiesenthal Center, the documentary for Shimon Peres, the great Rabbi Marvin Hier here in the Bernie and said show, we've talked about some of the politicians obviously that spend their days. Just crushing the Jewish people. We did see not that long ago. Iran, sending airstrikes into Israel hundreds and hundreds of them. So where we on today in this, then look, we've got the United States, but Israel's got United States, Donald Trump behind them. We know that for the rest of the world, not so much. How do you feel in your heart of hearts about the future of Israel? I feel that the future of Israel is. Look that the state of Israel will always be here that the greatest greatest knock to anti-semites around the world is going to have to live with a great state of Israel, that even today is ranked in terms of technology in terms of every whatever you want to analyze the state of Israel. They ranked in the top ten everything, and who would believe that the, the Jewish people one third of the Jewish people. Wipe out in the holocaust today, you have the state of Israel, which is ranked amongst the fifth and sixth greatest nation in the world. That is the greatest put down.

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"simon wiesenthal" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"simon wiesenthal" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

"Just got a good y'all line. I'm going after Trump. He's going to rue the day met me. They went. Oh my God. I need to fuck. I need to sit on a fucking something with I need to sit on kitty litter because I just went through my pants every fucking chick on the view. It's just like I just fuck it went through because what you just said. But no one ever thought, maybe we should vet this guy. What are I know his his platform is I'm gonna fuck Trump hard. Okay. Fantastic. What else by the who? Are you who are you? Yeah. All right. I just rip off my disabled clients. Okay. Got y'all line, man. He knows what he's doing. Times he was on CNN. On the three weeks. They loved him. They loved him. All right away. Shall we? Listen to them when the next prospect comes down the pike. That's what I'm saying. She we listen to that. Should we listen to that? They knowing did avenue is like a fucking Simon Wiesenthal of Trump killer. She was going to go after those Trump war criminals. He was going to take them down out. He should worst person on the planet, and you guys don't have access to a computer. You can't you're CNN. You can't do little vetting now. Now, these is an attorney stormy Daniels. Attorney by the way, those your bona fides like I'm porn stars attorney like as a porn stars attorney. What else do you need to know? Well, a lot I would say might have maybe more. I don't.

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"simon wiesenthal" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"simon wiesenthal" Discussed on KOMO

"Sharing companies like bird and lime are at the center of an upcoming CDC report focused on accidents and major American cities. The study was conducted in Austin, Texas, and finds that ninety eight percent of writers didn't wear helmets study also found that nearly half the people were above the legal blood alcohol limit, and I think more than half were under the influence of some other kind of substance. That's n gadgets Dana woman. She says that because the scooters are readily available. It makes sense that writers are more flexible with the rules. I'm not terribly surprised to hear that people whose judgment is impaired that they are underestimating the dangers of these scooters was scooter companies are active in more than one hundred cities across the country. The full report is expected this spring with Tech Trends, I'm Scott Goldberg, ABC news. The annual digital terrorism and hate reports out, and it's researchers at the Simon Wiesenthal center's say virtually no social media site received an air rating to prevent online hate ABC's. Andy Field has details manual digital terror. And hate report author Rabbi, Abraham Cooper says no major social media site got better than a B plus for preventing hate speech. But there are no longer the biggest problem real video shoot read it discuss whole menu. Where extremists are welcome your line. Hey reports saying Twitter is most improved after discovered. Isis sending more than a quarter million tweets day. Andy Field ABC news, Washington..

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"simon wiesenthal" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"simon wiesenthal" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"We are not aware of other people. But we cannot assume they're not others at lat Jews Zealand national police Commissioner Mike Bush announcing the arrests free men and a woman in attacks on mosques in the city of Christ Church on the southern island. We have multiple fatalities at this point. By can't say how many better is significant two suspects not content to just shoot their victims dead. There were a number of days attached to vehicles that we also stopped. I've been might Saif by the defence force. But that does go to the seriousness of the situation. New Zealand Prime Minister just send to Arden calls at one of the country's darkest days in this country. The Simon Wiesenthal Center is reporting on online extremism, your online terror hate survey, giving Facebook and Twitter less than a grades for stopping online hate Instagram got to see but report author Rabbi Abraham Cooper says there are bigger concerns like Russia based vk dot com or Gad, which is the platform. That the shooter Pittsburgh use. The hate survey says that racist and terrorists are migrating to lesser known but still dangerous social sites. Andy field. ABC news, Washington and appellate court in New York rule that former apprentice contestant summer services defamation suit against President Trump can move forward. The judges said the supremacy clause of the constitution was never intended to deprive a state court of it's a thorny to decide cases sued President Trump for defamation after he called her and other women who had accused him of sexual misconduct liars. The ruling raises the possibility the president will have to sit for a deposition Aaron Katersky. ABC news, New York divided. Connecticut supreme court ruled four three that gun maker Remington can be sued over how it marketed. The semiautomatic rifle used to kill in in a school in Newtown in two thousand.

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"simon wiesenthal" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"simon wiesenthal" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"F BJ Sacramento. Gbi HD two ceremony. GM FM Pollock pines at iheartradio station. From ABC news. I'm Richard Cantu. I don't expect these kind of things that is a Muslim man in Christ's church. New Zealand where police confirm a serious and ongoing firearms incident at two mosques. He says a gunman shot dozens of people during Friday, prayers blood is sitting on me. I mean splashing on me. And I'm thinking, oh, my God is gonna happen to me. No, one witness described a white man dressed in black and wearing a helmet police say there have been multiple fatalities and shootings at two mosques national police Commissioner Mike Bush, we have one person in custody. But we are unsure of there are other people New Zealanders being told to stay away from mosques across the country. Now, prime minister Justin to Arden. It is clear that this is one of New Zealand's doc hist dice the New Zealand incident comes as the Simon Wiesenthal Center in the US releases a report annual digital terror and hate report, author Rabbi, Abraham Cooper, says no major social media. I've got better than a B plus for preventing. Hate speech. But they're no longer the biggest problem real video shoot read it discuss whole menu. Where extremists are welcome your life. Hey reports saying Twitter is most improved after discovered. Isis sending more than a quarter million tweets a day. Andy Field ABC news, Washington. The Senate passed the measure rejecting President Trump's national emergency declaration on the southern border. Probably have to veto.

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"simon wiesenthal" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"simon wiesenthal" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Packing powerful. Winds gusts above seventy miles per hour flipping trucks Wednesday in Amarillo, Texas in Colorado, the national guard and state troopers still helping rescue drivers after a blizzard trapped hundreds of car ABC's Clayton Sandell Britain has put Brexit on. Hold by an overwhelming vote in parliament. You're listening to ABC news. All right now. More stories, we're following on NewsRadio cave. Became Williams of children enrolled in medical are not getting all the care. They're supposed to a new report by the state auditor. Finds that one big reason for the problem comes from California's medical reimbursement rate, which is among the lowest in the nation. The report finds that each year two point four million kids enrolled in medical or not getting all of the preventative services. They were promised auditor say in many areas, there are not enough providers to meet the need often families are required to travel several hours to get to a doctor. The report makes recommendations to lawmakers saying they should consider changing state law to allow those families to non plan Dr closer to home lawmakers could also look for funding to increase reimbursement rates right now. Only two other states have lower rates than California. The audit says the department of health care services should target funding requests to recruit more providers where they are needed. Most John Brennan, NewsRadio KFB k the annual digital terrorism and hate report is out today. And it's researchers at the Simon Wiesenthal center's say virtually no social media site received an a rating to prevent online hate the digital hate project says despite improvements the big five social media sites. Still struggle to prevent hate speech. We've given Facebook. It's worst great effort b minus and that's true for YouTube and even a C for Instagram. Rabbi Abraham Cooper, led the online terror and hate report. He says many groups now migrating to less well known sites, including vk dot com and gab a site that the Pittsburgh synagogue mass shooter used Andy Field ABC news, Washington. And brings our time now to five sixteen.

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"simon wiesenthal" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:56 min | 2 years ago

"simon wiesenthal" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Students are filing lawsuits after the integrity of the nation's college. Admissions process was thrown into question with thirty three people charged in a scam to pay to get their kids into top universities ABC's. Aaron Katersky has been following the story and Aaron today the lawsuits started in connection with this case. The first one was filed by a couple of Stanford students who said that they paid application fees could go to the school and to a number of other schools without warning that maybe the admissions process quite integrity that they thought. And so they are doing not only to get their money back. But also core content story damages how likely this suit is to succeed. We'll find out. But I think it's just the immediate fallout from what was the nation's largest ever college scandal prosecutor to the country, certainly these two college students shot the only two who paid admissions fees to try to get into colleges is this something that would be sought to be a class action lawsuit. There's a lot of kids who've who could argue the same thing seeking class action status. So it's certainly possible. Other students could join. Compelling interest in trying to get trying to get their money back. But that's really the least of it, isn't it. The case has touched so many different nerves. But the the the the lawsuits, I think are just a the first fallout. Have we heard do we believe have prosecutors said that this is going to expand we had fifty people charged. But is this something that could be a much larger scandal than it is even now according to court records, the college counselor at the center of the scheme brag that he had help eight hundred families get into the school of their choice. So prosecutors earlier this week did not rule out charging more people, including some of the students if they were found even though they say the point in saying most students did not know what their parents were up cheating on the guess AT's. Just a part of the bigger scheme surrounding the college admissions scandal now in New York City councilman wants to look into security protocols surrounding the SAT exams as a former public schoolteacher city cancel education chair. Mark traeger says there are plenty of loopholes that leave room to cheat on the SAT exams. His concern is on the rise following a massive college cheating. Scandal where the rich and famous are accused of paying for people to take admissions tests for their kids. The concern is the SAT's are given a New York City schools during the school day with staffers as Proctor's the college board, which administers the exam says measures are already in place to prevent cheating that is reported. Rob Dawson, the annual digital terrorism and hatred. Poured came out today. It's researchers at the Simon Wiesenthal Center say virtually no social media side received a rating for preventing online. Hey to digital hate project says despite improvements, the big five social media sites still struggle to prevent hate speech. We've given Facebook. It's worst grade effort d minus and that's true for you too. Can even a scene for Instagram. Rabbi Abraham Cooper, led the online terror and hate report. He says many groups now migrating to less well known sites, including vk dot com and gab a site that the Pittsburgh synagogue mass shooter used Andy Field ABC news, Washington five. Thirty eight time to check the business world, Tracy jonky is at Bloomberg to some of the day up the president and his Chinese counterparts might not meet about trade until late April. They might not see Boeing seven thirty-seven max fly until then either Cording to lawmakers briefed by the FAA Facebook might end up paying advertisers back for as long as outage yet and demands for jobless benefits is at a four week high sales of new homes in January fell to a three month. Low stocks looked pretty good considering the Dow up seven points. The NASDAQ down twelve yes. Down two points. I'm Tracy jonky. Bloomberg business on WBZ. Boston's NewsRadio coming up. Investigators will try to extract data from the black boxes recovered from the Ethiopian plane crash..

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"simon wiesenthal" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:25 min | 3 years ago

"simon wiesenthal" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"People in our community African Americans Latino Americans new immigrants the community the interfaith meeting. Drew summit residents of different backgrounds. Bowl Lawrence is African American and immigrant. She says the swastika is the same effect on her as a KKK hood or news it instills terror. Terror in me that this is still happening terror for my children that they will see this. But then I have hope because we are here talking about where maybe two decades ago, if those symbols had been in the bathroom that would not have been a gathering like this some parents gripe that summit schools initially withheld information about the antisemitic incidents, the superintendent even wrote a controversial letter indicating that the community would not necessarily be notified of this happened again, although he told WNYC last week that he'll continue to update the public two years ago when a swastika was found in Sparta, New Jersey school officials there didn't even call the cops. There's often concerned about copycats and giving the haters attention. But Rabbi Abraham Cooper of the anti hates Simon Wiesenthal Center says these days swastikas are hard to hide especially from social media. The promoters of the. These hatreds could use internet's technologies to drive this story to target victims. And to use the same symbols as a recruitment tool for their own twenty-first-century versions of hatred of bigotry. So I say that's the big game changer WNYC found about one hundred swastika attacks reported in the New York metropolitan area since November twenty sixteen when Trump won the presidency, and those are just the ones reported in the media all of this prompts official outrage online, which is once again picked up in the news mayor Bill de Blasio issued a Sharpe rebuke Roddy on Twitter hate speeches reprehensible, and it has no place in New York City drawing a swastika like hanging a noose or lighting across on fire is a felony in New York state in New Jersey. It has a similar classification as an indictable crime with the level of severity dependent on the damage, but the thing is swastika crimes are hard to investigate and most. Own end in arrests last year, New Jersey, congressman Josh Gad Heimer who is Jewish had campaign signs and his supporters home hit with swastikas. It's still under investigation. In november. The office of a holocaust professor at Columbia University was tagged with huge swastikas still under investigation. And why PD deputy inspector? Mark Molinari's says swastika cases are tough to solve these propaganda. Doc nyc dark alleys doorways stairways elevators stuff like that. With no witnesses. There's no video footage cups. Catch some of the purpose. A twenty year old student arrested for drawing one hundred ten swastikas in Nassau community college and five seventeen year olds. From CEO set for spray painting their school with swastikas but to make an arrest cops. I needs to be notified and that often doesn't happen. Please. Back on the subway. Gregory lock never reported the hateful graffiti, he saw the one train. So a few months later when he found another swastika painted in.

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