Did someone associated with B’nai Brith Canada – or at least on the same ideological page – post a ridiculous “kill all Jews now” graphic on Professor Anthony Hall’s Facebook page, then lodge a complaint with the Calgary police?
B’nai Brith, a self-proclaimed Jewish freemasonic organization, plays a lead role in orchestrating provocations, PR stunts and witch hunts aimed at silencing critics of Israel. Their website BnaiBrith.ca recently posted:
Calgary Police Investigating Antisemitic Post on Facebook
Police in Calgary have launched an investigation into an antisemitic Facebook post that was exposed by B’nai Brith Canada last Friday.
Facebook initially determined that the post, which was a graphic explicitly calling for the genocide of all Jews, “doesn’t violate its Community Standards” and the global social media giant refused a request by B’nai Brith to remove it. Thanks to an overwhelming response from our supporters to our Friday news release, however, Facebook was pressured into removing the offensive post later that day.
The entire incident appears to have been orchestrated (with the possible complicity of Facebook) to smear Professor Tony Hall, who had nothing to do with the offensive image, which was posted by FaceBook user “Glen Davidson” as a comment on a story at Hall’s FB page. Facebook’s initial refusal to remove the image, which gave B’nai Brith the traction it needed to create a scandal deceptively targeting Professor Hall, must be seen as suspicious, given that the image clearly meets FaceBook’s definition of sanctionable hate speech. (At least if we take it at face value…more on that later.)
How did B’nai Brith know the image was posted as an obscure comment on Professor Hall’s Facebook page before Professor Hall himself did? Either they are spying on him with amazing diligence, or they themselves were responsible for posting the offensive image. The latter interpretation seems more plausible.
The B’nai Brith article falsely stated that Tony Hall “is well-known for using academic credentials to deny the Holocaust.” In fact, Professor Hall is well-known for his work in Native Studies and North American History, but has never published any academic articles, or presented at scholarly conferences, on “the Holocaust.” The B’nai Brith claim that Hall is “well known” for “academic holocaust denial” is ludicrous and defamatory…and undoubtedly the PR talking point that the entire incident was orchestrated to unleash. Such calumny, once published, is very hard to remove, given the nature of the internet.
As Professor Hall noted on today’s False Flag Weekly News (embedded above) B’nai Brith states it will “monitor the police investigation.”
But what, precisely, will the police investigate? A real investigation would attempt to determine the origin of the offensive image. When and where was the photo taken? Who are the two men it depicts? When was it first posted to the internet, from where, and by whom?
But that might not please B’nai Brith…since the image was very likely produced by B’nai Brith itself, or other Zionist extremists of like mind, as a PR operation. No wonder they are “monitoring” the police to make sure they behave themselves.
The absurd rant with its lurid references to “greedy hook-nosed kikes” and so on does not pass the smell test. Whoever created this image obviously did not do so with the intention of convincing the public to take action against Jews and/or Zionists. On the contrary, it appears to have been designed for the opposite purpose: To convince the public that crazed, foul-mouthed, murderous anti-Semites are a clear and present danger.
Virtually every time a swastika is spray painted on a synagogue, the culprit turns out to be a “self-hating” Jewish Zionist trying to conjure up the specter of an “anti-Semitic threat.” Would an investigation of the provenance of this image find something similar?
This B’nai Brith manufactured incident seems to have two purposes:
- Smear Professor Hall, who has become an outspoken voice of 9/11 truth and anti-Zionism in his alternative media work at the American Herald Tribune and False Flag Weekly News.
- Pressure Facebook to crack down on anti-Israel users