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Conspiracy promoters plastered posters in Neuquen, Argentina, proclaiming the spread of coronavirus as a Jewish conspiracy to rule the world | Photo: Wiesenthal.com

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Argentina

Antisemitic posters were plastered onto telephone polls in Neuquen last week proclaiming “The virus is the Jews” and “Argentine: realize that the coronavirus is a maneuver to install a world Jewish dictatorship.”

The largest city in Patagonia, about 700 miles south of Buenos Aires, the 340,000 residents of Neuquen were urged to regard pandemic precautions as a precursor to a world Jewish conspiracy.

“Coronavirus, the ideal cover to install a Jewish world government,” stated the posters with “Put on your muzzle, don’t think or complain,” listed below. Similarly, vile posters were spread in March 2019 in the region, which has shown a significant level of voter support for far-right political parties.

The president of the Delegación de Asociaciones Israelitas Argentinas branch in Neuquen, Carlos Maravankin, was vociferous in decrying the propagandists.

“They are criminals, antisocial, who only spread hate in a time when Argentine society is affected by the coronavirus pandemic. This does not help our mental health situation and only helps people get sicker.”

Australia

Counter-terrorism investigators were looking at video footage after white supremacists targeted the Brisbane Hebrew Congregation in mid-August by placing a calling card nearby. Stickers labeled “Australian Fascist Action. National Socialist Network” were glued to a pole outside the shul, after which the NSN bragged online they were “letting the chosen know that the White man knows what they’ve been up to.”

The neo-Nazis have spread their activity from Melbourne and Canberra now to Brisbane with authorities tracking their movement, while major social media platforms including Facebook, Twitter and Instagram have banished the racists.

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Austria

Spurred by a baseball bat attack on the leader of the Jewish community in Graz,  a new department in the Chancellor’s office has been created to track and combat antisemitic activity, and Austrian citizenship will be offered to descendants of Jews expelled during the Nazi regime as a “gesture of reconciliation.”

Chancellery Minister Karoline Edtstadler met with Elie Rosen, who was chased by a 31 year old Syrian man as he left his office at the city’s main synagogue last weekend and had his windshield smashed after escaping the attack. Only a few days beforehand he had warned of dangerous “left-wing and anti-Israel antisemitism” in Graz.

Seeking to root out “antisemitic and anti-Zionist incidents”, Edstadler told the press “many incidents are not reported out of shame, perhaps because one has already come to terms with the fact that something like this happens when it shouldn’t.”

France

BDS radicals announced a campaign to harass a team representing Israel at this years’ Tour de France. The premier annual cycling event on the planet is set to run from August 29-September 20 with the participation of “Israel Start-Up Nation,” a team financed by a man Barron’s calls “Israel’s Billionaire Roving Ambassador.”

Quebec-born real estate tycoon Sylvan Adams recruited top stars including four-time Tour de France winner Chris Froome of Britain and French riders Rudy Barbier, Hugo Hofstetter, and Alexis Renard. In response, the terrorist-proxy “prisoner rights” organization Samidoun vowed to take action, including a “Twitterstorm” against what they “putting a sporting cover on the face of colonialism, racism, and occupation.”  The group urged supporters to “Go to the route of the Tour and protest along the route to stand up for Palestine and against #IsraelApartheidNation.”

Entered in the Tour de France, BDS and Palestinian radicals are targeting the Israel Start-Up Nation team for harassment online and on the route.

Meanwhile, in Paris, two male suspects were arrested on charges of assaulting a Jewish man in an elevator on August 6.  The National Bureau of Vigilance Against Antisemitism (BNCVA) said the victim was going to visit his parents flat when the two men riding up with him began their assault on the 18th floor. The duo, described as African, beat him unconscious while shouting “dirty Jew, dirty son of a bitch, you’re a dead man, dirty race”, stole his Rolex, and left him in the stairwell where his father found him.

Germany

The trial of a neo-Nazi who attacked a synagogue last Yom Kippur continued last week, with evidence from federal police that Stephan Balliet had an extensive collection of antisemitic and racist material on his computer.

Balliet live-streamed his launch of bullets and grenades at the front doors of the Halle synagogue in an unsuccessful attempt to invade the sanctuary. Two bystanders, a 40-year-old woman during his onslaught, and a 20-year-old man after during his escape were murdered by the now-28-year-old. In June he scaled a fence to escape from prison and avoid trial but he was quickly recaptured.

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