A Jew based in Israel has been arrested for all the “anti-Jewish” hate crimes consisting of telephone and bomb threats against Jewish community centers across the U.S.—incidents which were used by Jewish organizations to falsely claim an “increase in anti-Semitism” following the Donald Trump election victory.
The New York Times has reported that a Jew with American nationality living in Israel has been arrested “in connection with waves of threats to Jewish institutions, including community centers in the United States.”
The arrested Jew, from the Ashkelon area of southern Israel, had also made threats to Jewish institutions in Australia and New Zealand, as well as to at least one commercial airline flight, forcing an emergency landing.
The arrest, carried out on Thursday, March 23, “appeared to be a turning point after months of investigation and waves of turmoil and panic as Jewish community centers across the United States reported more than 100 bomb threats since the beginning of the year,” the New York Times said.
The paper added that the “calls, which President Trump condemned during an address to Congress last month, led to evacuations and bomb sweeps and heightened worries about anti-Semitism in the United States.”
The multinational inquiry was hampered, the report added, by what the authorities described as the suspect’s use of “advanced camouflage technologies” to cover up his communications, which he made through the internet. “The technology shielded the caller’s identity and also disguised the voice that threatened carnage.”
The Israeli Haaretz newspaper confirmed the Jew’s arrest, saying that he was responsible for “hundreds” of bomb threats against Jewish centers.
Earlier, Haaretz quoted the head of New York City’s police intelligence as saying that “one man using a voice changer and phone spoofing device” was behind the threats made against U.S. Jewish institutions this year.
John Miller appeared on the show “CBS This Morning,” describing the attacks as coordinated. The spoofing device made it appear the call was not coming from the number the man was using, and made it appear it was coming from within the institution, he said.
Meanwhile, the Post-Standard newspaper in Syracuse, upstate New York, reported that the Jew Andrew King, of Schenectady, had been arrested on charges of “Falsely Reporting an Incident in the Third Degree” after police determined that he spray painted three swastikas on his home.
King originally reported that an “unknown individual” had vandalized his home on February 10.
All of these incidents had been given wide publicity as examples of a “hate crime” by Jewish supremacist groups such as the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) and the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC).
Israel’s Yad Vashem holocaust museum had even persuaded Amazon to halt the sale of all books questioning the holocaust because of what that museum’s director of the libraries, Dr. Robert Rozett, claimed in a letter to Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, was “an unfortunate change in climate with more visible anti-Semitism.”
In addition, the Jewish supremacists claimed that a Jewish cemetery at Washington Cemetery, in Brooklyn, New York, had been vandalized.
The claims—also given worldwide publicity by the Jewish-controlled mass media—alleged that the tombstones had been smashed down in the Jews-only burial ground.
However, only a handful of media outlets later admitted that a thorough investigation by the New York Police Department had determined that the gravestones had not been vandalized, but had merely blown over due to strong rain and wind.
The ongoing use of fake hate crimes by the Jewish lobby forms part of an overall strategy to claim “victim” status when in fact they remain one of the most powerful and disruptive elements within Western society.