On the front page of the JewishJournal.com today the main focus is the killing of nine blacks by a white man in South Carolina: “Jewish community reacts to the Charleston shooting”
Yet when I search for “Jewish community reacts to” the mass murders by black men, I can’t find anything.
Try the search yourself on these black mass murderers:
* Christopher Dorner killed four people in 2012.
How come the Jewish community only issues proclamations when whites mass murder but not when blacks mass murder?
A search of Wiesenthal.org, the website of the Simon Wiesenthal Center, makes no mention of any of these black mass murderers, but they are all over the shootings in South Carolina:
“The Simon Wiesenthal Center is horrified by the apparent hate crime at a historic black church, where nine people attending a Bible class at the Emanuel AME Church were gunned down, reportedly by a young white gunman,” Rabbis Abraham Cooper and Yitzchok Adlerstein, Associate Dean and Director of Interfaith Affairs respectively of the leading Jewish Human Rights NGO.
“We wish to express our solidarity with and deep sorrow for the families who lost loved ones, the members of the historic church and the people of Charlestown. We trust that law enforcement will do everything in its power to apprehend the murderer. All Americans are again confronted with the specter of a house of worship violated and our religious freedoms violently debased,” Center officials concluded.
The Simon Wiesenthal Center is one of the largest international Jewish human rights organizations with over 400,000 member families in the United States. It is an NGO at international agencies including the United Nations, UNESCO, the OSCE, the OAS, the Council of Europe and the Latin American Parliament (Parlatino).
How come Jewish organizations such as the SWC have no desire to express solidarity with the victims of black criminals? The goy is considered dangerous because of the Holocaust, while the shvartze is considered too stupid to pose much of a threat.