Un article dans le New York Times accuse les “écoles juives” de répandre une maladie “très contagieuse”
New York Times – The New York Times says “Jewish schools” have contributed to the measles epidemic. “The Times complains that” communities have been allowed to get out of government control, thanks to politicians who have benefited from their support as they are one of the most powerful voting blocs in the country. “
The Times reports that “Since last year, nearly 300 people, including a large number of ultra-Orthodox children in New York and Rockland, have suffered the worst measles epidemic in decades,” health officials said. , ultra-Orthodox parents oppose the vaccine. ” Measles is a very contagious infection that can be fatal.
Do you understand what happened here? “Powerful” Jews have helped to spread “a very contagious infection”.
If it sounds familiar, it should be. This is the text published in the Encyclopedia of the Shoah: “A recurring theme in Nazi anti-Semitic propaganda was that Jews spread the disease,” the encyclopedia explains. In order to prevent non-Jews from entering the ghettos and see for themselves the state of daily life, German posters were posted at the entrance warning of dangerous and contagious diseases. . Since the health situation and the water and food supply were inadequate, the state of health of the Jews in the ghettos deteriorated and the warning at the entrance became self-fulfilling prophecies. Typhus and other infectious diseases affected the ghetto population.