Four Dindus Arrested for that Yard Menorah Turned into a Swastika


The top photo tells most of the story, except for whodunit. The second photo shows the lone adult charged in the hate crime. Three juveniles were also arrested.

As soon as I can I’m going to contact Clive and recruit him into my local KKK chapter. We get to wear sheets and everything. I think Clive would find it cool to be in the KKK. There’s no fun like burning a cross in front of a Nigger’s house. Clive looks like the kind of guy who would get off to that.

The contrast between the darker skin tones and the pure white robes sure is beautiful, ain’t it?

The original story was posted on saboteur365 on January 2. We knew that we didn’t do it.

Odds were that the Jews did it to themselves. I wonder if Clive is being framed.

Let’s see what poor Clive is being charged with:

AZ Family

Four young men have been arrested for damaging a holiday Menorah decoration in the front yard of a home last December.

Chandler Police spokesman Sgt. Daniel Mejia said their officers arrested three juvenile boys and one 19-year-old man Friday after a lengthy investigation.

Mejia said all four will face felony charges of criminal damage and trespassing.

The incident happened last December as Hanukkah drew to a close.


Last December a Chandler family woke up to find their front-yard decoration celebrating the holiday had been twisted into a swastika shaped symbol.

Naomi Ellis said her husband, Seth, built the menorah after their three sons – ages 5, 7 and 9 – asked for holiday lights to celebrate the season.

“We live in a great neighborhood with kind and welcoming neighbors,” Ellis said. “We never would have imagined that someone would spread so much hate here.”

Mejia says the investigation is continuing.

Since I don’t believe in hate crime laws, my thoughts run toward charging Clive with misdemeanor property damage. Let him pay back the cost of the damaged property and write a letter of contrition. And be done with it.

But since Clive took on the Jew and lost, he’s in deep doo doo.

Good luck, Clive. You’re going to need it. Just remember. The Jew isn’t your friend. The KKK is.

Vandals Turn Menorah into Swastika

Well, that took some work. I wonder who could have done something like that!

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When Naomi and Seth Ellis’ young sons said that they wanted lights on their house in Chandler, Ariz., like all their neighbors’ Christmas decorations, the parents knew what to tell their three Jewish boys: Yes.

One trip to Lowe’s, $100 worth of PVC pipe, nine solar-powered lights and a coat of shiny gold paint later, the Ellises had a shining 7-foot-tall Hanukkah menorah on their lawn.

But on Friday morning, the Ellises had something new to tell their boys, and they weren’t sure how to say it.

After the boys went to bed on the sixth night of Hanukkah, someone dismantled their special menorah and turned it into a giant swastika.
“We talk a lot about the importance of equality and tolerance, loving everybody no matter what,” Naomi Ellis said. “I had to tell them that not everybody feels that way. Some people are ignorant, and this is what they do.”

She watched tears well up in her 9-year-old son’s eyes as she explained.

“They know about the Holocaust. They know about Nazis,” she said. But before Friday morning, the three children – ages 5, 7 and 9 – had never before seen a swastika, the symbol of the Nazi party that carried out the murder of 6 million Jews and of current-day hate groups.

“This is the real reality that we live in: People hate us for no reason or want us to feel scared for who we are. That’s not something I wanted to have to tell them,” Naomi Ellis said.

Seth Ellis, who works in construction, got up Friday morning at 4 a.m. as usual, and saw that while the family was sleeping, the menorah’s joints had been unscrewed and locked back in place in the spidery directions of a swastika. The vandal or vandals had taken some of the pieces entirely. The Ellises called the police.

Chandler Police Det. Seth Tyler said that officers came to the house and spoke to Naomi Ellis. “She obviously didn’t want her children to see a swastika on their yard,” Tyler said. So the officers helped take the structure down.

The officers reported the vandalism as an incident of disorderly conduct and have not arrested anyone, Tyler said. Naomi Ellis has been urging her neighbors to share anything they might have seen with police.

Montana Jews Call for Goyim to Display Menorah in Window for Holidays


The Jewish attack on Richard Spencer’s mother has created a difficult situation for Jews, who have now been exposed as the bad guys.

So, to prevent another Holocaust, the bad goyim must kowtow to Jewish religious customs in order to remind themselves of the Jew’s suffering.

Whether it’s his intention or not, Andrew Anglin is creating support for Jews by his “take action” trolls and his threat of an armed march through Whitefish. Jews in Israel are probably writing checks to support the Whitefish cabal as I write these words.

Times of Israel

Montana faith leaders speak out in support of beleaguered Jewish community
Rise in white supremacist and anti-Semitic acts sparks calls for solidarity with minorities from locals

Leaders of various faiths in Montana wrote statements in support of the Jewish community in local publications.


“As leaders of Montana communities of faith and practice, we are called to respond to the recent surge of white supremacist and neo-Nazi activity in our state. Distribution of pro-Nazi, anti-Semitic flyers in Missoula and intimidation of Jewish community members in the Flathead Valley moves us to speak out against actions of those who attack the Jewish citizens of our state, and any other minority group, with false assertions and threatening language,” read a statement published Sunday in the Daily Inter Lake, a newspaper serving Northwest Montana. It was co-signed by about 50 reverends, deacons, rabbis and pastors.

The statement called on people across Montana to display a menorah in a home window during the holiday season.

“Find one at a local store, print a paper copy from the Internet, or find one in the local newspaper. The menorah is a symbol of light and wisdom. In this time of transition and challenge, it represents the need to support each other in the work of peace-making, reconciliation and justice,” the statement said.


It also called on lawmakers to “protect the rights of all citizens by enacting laws that prohibit discrimination on the basis of religion, ethnicity, race, and gender.” It also urged law enforcement officials to “closely monitor bias incidents and act swiftly to protect our citizens,” and on schools to teach tolerance.

A statement published Monday in the Montana Standard, titled “Missoula Catholics stand with Jewish community,” read: “Again from the depths of darkness, from the ‘netherworld’ of fear, our Jewish sisters and brothers are threatened with hate, discrimination and violence in our own Missoula community and in other parts of Montana. Such attitudes and threats, no matter how few, can never be tolerated or ignored, for they plant the seeds of a cold-hearted darkness which threatens the beauty and wonder of a truly human spirit and the very life and freedom of every person.”

The statement was signed by Catholic pastors, priests, deacons, sisters, pastoral administrators and parish staffs and Catholic school administrators of the Missoula Deanery, who it said: “stand with our Jewish neighbors and friends in solidarity, support, mutual caring, faith and hope. We choose, with them, to be seen in the light, affirming hope ‘as high as the sky.’ We choose, with them, not to be silent but to be the word of God echoing in the night, as a promise of light, liberation and mutual respect.”

“Our friends light again the lights of Hanukkah, remembering the dwelling place of God renewed — God who entered again the temple of hope. With them we long for light to burst through the darkness of hatred, to burn anew, like the lights of Hanukkah, unextinguished unto the eighth day of a new age of justice and safety, as a sign to bolster courage when faith falters or hope dies,” the statement said.

An elderly man was identified as the person who last month distributed American Nazi Party fliers in residential neighborhoods of Missoula, prompting a local synagogue to ask for increased police protection.

The Daily Stormer, a white supremacist publication, published a blog post earlier in the month calling for followers to “take action” against Jews in Whitefish, Montana, home to white supremacist Richard Spencer, by writing and calling them with anti-Semitic messages. The post included the names, phone numbers and addresses of Jewish Whitefish residents — in addition to the Twitter handle and photo of a child. Last week, the website announced it would hold an armed march against Jews through the town.

The important thing is this Jew-created mess is that Richard Spencer’s mother keep her building and not suffer financially because of Richard’s political and racial beliefs. All else is secondary.

Any scores that need to be settled in Whitefish can be settled later.

German workmen ‘accidentally’ lay bricks in shape of swastika

An accident?

An accident? Hmmm.

Around the world people are struggling to assert their racial and ethnic identity in spite of oppressive governments that are intolerant of dissent.

Here we have the story of a group of bricklayers in Germany who “accidently” set bricks in the pattern of a swastika. If done deliberately, their act would be illegal, so who can blame them for claiming that this is an accidental swastika.

Just as these workmen expressed what was on their mind, either consciously or perhaps subconsciouly, others, the busy bodies and the mini-tyrants and tyrant wannabees, alerted the police to this horrible crime. Why, I’ll bet those workmen have killed at least six millions jews. By hitting them over the head with bricks. One Jew at a time. Over the last hundred years or so.

But tell me. Where did they get six million bricks?

A group of German workmen claimed they made a dreadful error after ‘randomly’ installing a set of bricks on a pathway in the shape of a swastika.

The Nazi symbol was spotted by members of the public who had visited a new shopping area in Goslar, in Lower Saxony.

They had immediately notified the police as the notorious sign is illegal in Germany and can result in jail sentences.

When the authorities arrived they confirmed it was a swastika but were not sure whether it was put there on purpose.

City council officials immediately ordered the builders to correct their mistake.

‘We do not tolerate such behaviour here,’ said spokesman for the city council Christian Burgart.

‘It is inexcusable, therefore we ordered it to be removed straight away.’

Police said they were still investigating.

Isn’t there a Hindu somewhere in Germany to protest the government-ordered removal of that ancient Hindu religious symbol, the swastika? It’s a symbol that was around long before the evil Nazis came to power using the swastika as an identifier.

Are the Germans next going to order crosses taken down to please the Jews? That Christian cross reminds people that it was the Jews who killed Jesus. No wonder it’s banned on government property in America.

The swastika and the cross have one thing in common. Both represent opposition to Jewish supremacy. That’s why the Jews hate the cross and the swastika.