Yair Netanyahu slammed for ‘Classic Anti-Semitic” Cartoon, liked by Nazis


Yair Netanyahu, who is reportedly behind much of his father’s social media stunts, recently published a cartoon portraying George Soros as the All-Powerful Jew who controls the world, according to 972mag.

The cartoon shows Manny Naftali, the former superintendent of the Prime Minister’s Residence, who is at the forefront of the struggle to put pressure on the police to indict Netanyahu for corruption, being baited by Israeli politico Eldad Yaniv, who is seen baited by former Prime Minister Ehud Barak.

Barak is seen tempted by the money of the Illuminati, who, according to the cartoon, are being tempted by a Reptilian — a common anti-Semitic code word for Jews. The Reptilian, for his part, is portrayed as controlling the world in the service of the Grand Jew: George Soros.

Yair published the cartoon after his mother, Sara, was officially told she would face fraud charges for misusing public funds in her management of the prime minister’s official residence.

Via IMEMC News


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  1. Given that Soros is a Holocaust survivor he must be quite tempted to give Yair quite the slap (and I would pay good money to watch that). I for one have always felt that the status of the Holocaust has become increasingly misused to justify Israeli crimes, but this Nazi-esque cartoon also shows how moronic the ‘Jews Will Not Replace Us’ marchers in Charlottesville are to believe that any one group controls something as complex as the world. “The Jews” of whom Israelis (themselves a multi-ethnic, multi-sect people) are merely one part, are just as fractured, quarrelsome and egotistical as the rest of us.

    As for Yair, I don’t know what he thinks he is doing cuddling up to Nazi web trolls, but he should have his head examined for encouraging them. As for Soros, personally I don’t like the way he made his money, or the plutocracy of which he is a part. But close to the end of a remarkable life, he has shown some glimmer of awareness about the class/social crisis in Western states, and done some good in emerging economies as well as some bad. Perhaps Yair could learn some lessons from reading about the old man’s history…

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