Back From Nature: Anti-Semitism in the Anti-Vaccine Movement

Antisemitism is rampant in the anti-vaccine community, and it goes a long, long way back. In 1932, an antisemitic magazine published a drawing of a smug-looking Jewish doctor immunizing a baby in a cartoon labeled, “Die Impfung,” or “The Vaccination,” with a caption reading: “It seems to me that poison and Jews seldom do good things.”

Source: Back From Nature: Anti-Semitism in the Anti-Vaccine Movement

One thought on “Back From Nature: Anti-Semitism in the Anti-Vaccine Movement

  1. hconeil1957 says:

    I’m not an “Anti Semite” I have long loved the Palestinian Peoples and have long had many friends throughout the region… But I have nothing but ice in my soul and death in my hands for ANY ISRAHELLI, or any who support the zionist terrorist state of israhell, and any of the white racsist Euro trash “Wanna’ be Jews”… Because they have NO SEMITIC blood in their veins of the damned genes in their bodies even.. I have no issues with killing such as they, or any so abysmally retarded as to support such baby burning alive monsters as the Satanic Jews of israhell. I will say that to the face of the whole world… Eve Reiland… I hope you aren’t so brainwashde and indoctrinated that you’re buying into this “Psy~Ops” weak fucking Bullshit.. Anybody with half a functioning brain should be able to see right through these lies…

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