Going Viral on Facebook: Promotion of Jew Hatred and Murder


"I could kill all the Jews in the world, but I kept some alive, so you can see why I was killing them." - Adolf Hitler 

Upon occasion, we like to see who is saying things about killing Jews on Facebook, Twitter, etc. After the recent flotilla event when the IDF rightfully defended itself after being attacked by Islamic terrorists, the Jew hatred online has shot up exponentially.

Apparently, the world does not like it when Jews fight back.

In the last 52 minutes alone, 10 people on Facebook used the aforementioned quote as their status update:
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Many of their friends then "liked" this.  When you consider the fact that most people have about 300 Facebook friends, on average, we estimate that in the past hour, that message has gone out to over 3,000 people on the platform. Now, multiply that by 24, and the idea of hating and killing Jews gains social acceptance by about 72,000 people, per day, on Facebook.  If the numbers stay consistent for a year, that's 26.28 million people who get the idea that hating and murdering Jews is alright.

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