"I wish Hitler was still here, he would've wiped all ya out": This fiery-but-mostly-peaceful man actually said this to Jews in New York City
· Jun 11, 2024 · NottheBee.com

Just what we need: More people calling for Jews to be killed on the streets of New York.

This fiery-but-mostly-peaceful demonstration was organized by the ever-charming pro-Palestinian group "Within Our Lifetime," and their idea of a productive Monday was to use Union Square to stage a "Day of Rage for Gaza."

(Because nothing says "we care about peace" quite like setting off flares and marching through Manhattan chanting "Long live the intifada," "Resistance is justified where people are occupied," and the super-pro-peace "Long live October 7," celebrating a day of horror where over 1,200 people were brutally murdered.)

Of course, they also proudly waved Hamas and Hezbollah flags.

This protest was in response to an exhibit titled, "6:29 am, The Moment Music Stood Still," which recreates the gruesome events of October 7 at the Nova festival, where terrorists went on a rampage of murder, torture, rape and kidnapping.

Music producer Scooter Braun, who had a hand in organizing the Nova exhibit, chimed in with a head-scratcher on Instagram: "I don't understand why protesting a memorial for innocent music lovers who were raped and butchered and kidnapped helps."

Congressman Ritchie Torres also had a few words, calling the protesters "bigots."

Originally, this exhibit was supposed to run for four weeks and wrap up on June 16, but thanks to these friendly neighborhood protesters, it's sticking around until June 22.

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