Famous Jewish Actresses and Famous YouTube Hatred

The JIDF recently found the following youtube item posted by our Facebook friend, Jonathan Silverman. Upon watching the video, we were filled with Jewish pride. However, we were very sad to find the comment which appeared below it.....

nonamemp4 (2 days ago)
"dirty jews no mather were they go they make corruption. remember when moses show you mircles even then you get corrup and worship a golden cow and turn your faces from moses when he save you dirty jews. dont remember holocoast in palastine and your hatefull book how can evill pep. like jews be choicen. you kill babys and innocent pep. dirty jews. may god curse be on you dirty jews, if you blieve in god. even you dont god curse be on you."
Seems like we can't surf the web without being attacked like this at every corner. Is this a "free speech" issue? Does this really contribute to anything? Is it even a comment upon the video? Does it seem right that Jews can barely go anywhere on the web these days without peace? Could one imagine flipping through the channels on television and hearing something like this? We imagine there would be some type of outrage, no? Unfortunately, anything seems to go on the internet.

Can we just not surf in peace? We're not even looking for this stuff!

(on a side note, it is nice to see that our enemies' spelling and grammatical skills are improving...)

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