[The Jews are howling and screeching as usual, but fck them. Cunts. I am delighted to see that in Canada the Jews are not having it all their way. Another good point is that the Jews say that they have had an increase in "antisemitism" for 4 years in a row! How cool is that! I'm glad to see that in Quebec, where the Jews are fcking it up for the French, that they're getting a bit of heat. Nice! I was also laughing at the Jews saying that people are whispering about Israel being involved in COVID-19… and that this is pushing up the antisemitism! Hahahaha. They do cry and whine and howl at the slightest thing, so I doubt in real terms this means much. All in all, it spells hope for Canada. I'm glad that some of the Canadians are not letting the Jews just tread them underfoot. Sadly, Canada, like the rest of the West, suffered from a massive, even lethal dose of Jews at the highest levels of politics and business. Now if you want to solve the Jewish problem, the best thing is to make it so hot for them that they buy air tickets and fck off to their real state of Israel! But even so, its great to see Jews shrieking and howling, being the drama queens and cunts that they are. Race of shit from Europe, causing trouble for whites in Canada and fcking Canada up! Jan]
MONTREAL (JTA) — Canada experienced a record number of anti-Semitic incidents for the fourth straight year – and they’re becoming more violent.
According to the annual audit by B’nai Brith Canada, the 2,206 reported incidents in 2019 represented an 8% increase over the previous year. The Jewish community remained the most targeted religious minority in Canada.
Violent incidents in ’19 rose by 27%. They included Hasidic children sprayed with tar by construction workers in Montreal and Toronto-area Orthodox Jews being assaulted.
Among the overall incidents, Ontario saw a 62.8% increase and Quebec was up 12.3%. Areas outside those provinces, however, saw declines.
The coronavirus is only making Jew-hatred worse, according to Ran Ukashi, the director of the B’nai Brith League for Human Rights. Ukashi spoke of “utterly false” notions that Israel developed the COVID-19 virus to boost the pharmaceutical industry and that Orthodox Jews are deliberately spreading the virus.
“That’s the nature of the anti-Semitic activity that we are hearing regarding the alleged culpability of Jews in COVID-19,” B’nai Brith CEO Michael Mostyn said.
The audit noted that last year, the Canadian government adopted the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance definition of anti-Semitism.