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Yes, a subsection of Israel’s cultists really is that stupid. And serious numbers of them continue to ignore government containment directives.

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5 Responses to “‘As I walked away, I noticed posters on the side of the building blaming the coronavirus pandemic on Orthodox women wearing wigs made from non-Jewish hair.’”

  1. theprofessor Says:

    Ahh, but UD, advanced elements of the American left like Rosanna Arquette have identified the real Coronaculprits, and I will give one guess who: yup, the Choos. Yet again. The Justinianic Plague, the Black Death, the Spanish Flu, and, of course, AIDS, was not enough for these fiends. No doubt these ultra-Orthodox have been inoculated with the vaccine developed by the Mossad and the Hadassah, funded by the Rothschilds, before the Choos delivered their virus to Chinese bats scarfed down by the epicures of Wuhan.

  2. Margaret Soltan Says:

    Elements? I’m no defender of the American left, but aside from Arquette (she’s a Jewish philanthrophist who has given a good deal of money and time to Holocaust victims; she’s also a crackpot), I’m not seeing any other the Jews did it elements on that side of the spectrum. OTOH, David Duke and his brethren are certainly in there trying — and they’re not deleting their posts, the way she is.

    The Jews of Israel are trying mightily to control and fight the virus; the whacked-out, often anti-Israel, cultists the Jewish state for unknown reasons subsidizes and privileges are responsible for some spreading of the virus in that country.

  3. theprofessor Says:

    Meanwhile, in the US, California Gov. Gruesome Newsome has proclaimed the state’s pot shops to be “essential businesses” and exempt from his closure orders.

    It’s not only a few religious kooks in Israel exempting themselves, their fellow travelers, and their rituals from emergency regulation.

  4. Matt McKeon Says:

    I don’t see the equivalence between extreme religious people who are basically claiming either holy immunity or indifference to earthly concerns, and which businesses remain open, especially if they take proper precautions. Its more like that nutty pastor who insists on people coming to his mega church.

  5. charlie Says:

    Well, for Wall Street, it is a Come to Jesus! moment….

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