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Jewish journalist gets hate on videotape as he strolls streets of Paris

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posted on Feb, 17 2015 @ 09:48 AM
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journalist Zvika Klein, of the Jewish media outlet NRG, walking around Paris in traditional Jewish garb, secretly recording a barrage of anti-Semitic hatred, threats and epithets — many from Muslims, including a little boy who asks his hijab-clad mother: 'Doesn't he know he will be killed?'

www.youtube.com...



Jewish journalist gets hate on videotape as he strolls streets of Paris

This will likely be labeled as hate mongering when the real hate mongers are in the streets of Europe practicing their hatred as a matter of daily fact, everyday normalcy to them.

Not since the rise of Hitler does the world face an oncoming genocide. The pieces are in place, the people are primed, and the start of it is plain for anyone to see if they don't let their biases blind them to what is coming.

History repeats itself only if past history is ignored.

Discuss, and no a reply of "Faux newz blah" doesn't cut it.



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posted on Feb, 17 2015 @ 09:56 AM
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He could have just come on ATS and saved himself some time. We have so many anti-Semitic bigots willing to spew their vitriol from the comfort of their homes.



posted on Feb, 17 2015 @ 09:56 AM
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a reply to: TinfoilTP

That Muslim boy is actually right

According to many prophecies not only will Jews suffer again but all the Jews currently occupying illegal settlements in Palestine are as good as dead

No not from Palestinians but from other forces in WW 3 which US government is working so hard to start

Overall Israel is projected to lose 3-4 million Jews,

Tel Aviv will be rubble, but Jerusalem will be mostly preserved

if you want the hate to stop don't take my land and poison my water

Stop the stealing and sabotage oh great and ever growing IsraHELL
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posted on Feb, 17 2015 @ 09:59 AM
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a reply to: TinfoilTP

Is there more footage?

The only anti-Semitic things I saw was that disgusting person who spat at him!
& the man who seemed to be following him saying "Jew"...



I don't know how a group of youths saying "I'm not joking... the dog won't eat you" is anti-Semitic.

& the first guy saying "are you a Jew?" seems to be heading towards anti-Semitism until he stopped talking and the clip changed.


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posted on Feb, 17 2015 @ 10:01 AM
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a reply to: TinfoilTP

There are extremists on all sides.






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posted on Feb, 17 2015 @ 10:04 AM
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originally posted by: Metallicus
He could have just come on ATS and saved himself some time. We have so many anti-Semitic bigots willing to spew their vitriol from the comfort of their homes.


Yeah you would love it if we were all card carrying Zionists and Neocons

But if we were

Who would you guys work toward destroying ? Perhaps yourself ?
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posted on Feb, 17 2015 @ 10:04 AM
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originally posted by: Metallicus
He could have just come on ATS and saved himself some time. We have so many anti-Semitic bigots willing to spew their vitriol from the comfort of their homes.


Cyberland is an important new aspect to spreading hate that translates into the streets of the real world. That is very much important in todays world where in the past it was confined to print and public speaches. Hitler used the beer halls early on to rally huge support and used discrimination in the rhetoric, that could be compared to todays online platform that modern extremists are using.



posted on Feb, 17 2015 @ 10:05 AM
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originally posted by: CharlieSpeirs
a reply to: TinfoilTP

Is there more footage?

The only anti-Semitic things I saw was that disgusting person who spat at him!
& the man who seemed to be following him saying "Jew"...



I don't know how a group of youths saying "I'm not joking... the dog won't eat you" is anti-Semitic.

& the first guy saying "are you a Jew?" seems to be heading towards anti-Semitism until he stopped talking and the clip changed.


Questions have been asked as to if this is based on 'ten hours in Paris as a Jew' why it's whittled down to 90 seconds. The guy who actually posted it on youtube has conceded that he experienced comments in what would be called rough areas, but that he also had friendly exchanges with people that for some reason he didn't include.

www.bbc.co.uk...


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posted on Feb, 17 2015 @ 10:05 AM
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The following is my opinion as a member participating in this discussion.

a reply to: TinfoilTP

Interesting. No wonder it's been reported that Jewish folks want to leave France. A French man minding his own business, wearing a Jewish yarmulke takes a walk and gets verbal stuff (and spit) tossed at him for no reason. He's a fellow Frenchman and people go out of their way to make comments about Palestine toward him. Palestine is irrelevant to this man walking around his own country. How very sad.

As an ATS Staff Member, I will not moderate in threads such as this where I have participated as a member.



posted on Feb, 17 2015 @ 10:07 AM
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originally posted by: TinfoilTP


journalist Zvika Klein, of the Jewish media outlet NRG, walking around Paris in traditional Jewish garb, secretly recording a barrage of anti-Semitic hatred, threats and epithets — many from Muslims, including a little boy who asks his hijab-clad mother: 'Doesn't he know he will be killed?'

www.youtube.com...



Jewish journalist gets hate on videotape as he strolls streets of Paris

This will likely be labeled as hate mongering when the real hate mongers are in the streets of Europe practicing their hatred as a matter of daily fact, everyday normalcy to them.

Not since the rise of Hitler does the world face an oncoming genocide. The pieces are in place, the people are primed, and the start of it is plain for anyone to see if they don't let their biases blind them to what is coming.

History repeats itself only if past history is ignored.

Discuss, and no a reply of "Faux newz blah" doesn't cut it.


I almost posted this last night then just as I was about to hit post, everything I typed erased on me, so I figured heck with it, I'll do it tomorrow. It amazes me the amount of hate Jews see all over the world. Here too, in the states. To literally be spat on just for your faith. He does mention to a blogger from BBC, that he had a bodyguard following him behind him, unbeknownst to others, and a cameraman in front, again, unbeknownst to others. This was 10 hours of footage cut down to 90 seconds. What you don't see are the few people who came to his defense, the areas he went to where he received no harassment, such as the Eiffel Tower, and other popular places. The places he received the most harassment were suburbs or certain parts of the city. He also goes on to state that he's sure other minorities, Muslim and other, would receive harassment in different parts of Paris as well. I am thankful his experiment didn't result in any bodily harm to him.
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posted on Feb, 17 2015 @ 10:07 AM
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originally posted by: TinfoilTP
Cyberland is an important new aspect to spreading hate that translates into the streets of the real world. That is very much important in todays world where in the past it was confined to print and public speaches. Hitler used the beer halls early on to rally huge support and used discrimination in the rhetoric, that could be compared to todays online platform that modern extremists are using.


Lol

Israel is killing people methodically left and right

Dancing Israelis aka Mossad guys were caught filming 9/11 live

And if you mention any of this you are a hater, an unreasonable hater

Good luck with your view of the world,
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posted on Feb, 17 2015 @ 10:08 AM
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These types of videos are almost always skewed to fit a specific agenda. I question this video's veracity, just as i do with the New York video on which it is based.

Just some points i noticed:

- The audio is horrible and we don't know if the translations match the statements made by bystanders.

- The original footage may have captured a multitude of responses, including positive interactions. This video may have been edited to suit this specific agenda of anti-semitism.

- Going off of some of the comments made by French people on the Youtube video, it would appear that this man had decided to film himself walking through predominantly poor and Muslim neighbourhoods, where one might expect interactions different to walking through other areas of Paris.

What's even more suspect is the fact that the video quotes the ADL as saying that 'France is the most anti-semetic country in Western Europe', yet out of an apparent 10 hours worth of footage, the man only provided us with 1 minute and 30 seconds of minimal interactions with others (and that's walking through poor Muslim neighbourhoods).


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posted on Feb, 17 2015 @ 10:09 AM
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a reply to: PizzaAnyday505

What I would love is less hate in the world. However, thank you for making my point for me.



posted on Feb, 17 2015 @ 10:12 AM
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originally posted by: daaskapital
a reply to: TinfoilTP

These types of videos are almost always skewed to fit a specific agenda. I question this video's veracity, just as i do with the New York video on which it is based.

Just some points i noticed:

- The audio is horrible and we don't know if the translations match the statements made by bystanders.

- The original footage may have captured a multitude of responses, including positive interactions. This video may have been edited to suit this specific agenda of anti-semitism.

- Going off of some of the comments made by French people on the Youtube video, it would appear that this man had decided to film himself walking through predominantly poor and Muslim neighbourhoods, where one might expect interactions different to walking through other areas of Paris.

What's even more suspect is the fact that the video quotes the ADL as saying that 'France is the most anti-semetic country in Western Europe', yet out of an apparent 10 hours worth of footage, the man only provided us with 1 minute and 30 seconds of minimal interactions with others (and that's walking through poor Muslim neighbourhoods).


So you are going to pass this off as isolated cases that don't indicate any widespread hatred?



posted on Feb, 17 2015 @ 10:12 AM
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a reply to: uncommitted

It could be argued that in an 10hr span of the day no one should receive 1 single solitary second of abuse such as this...



But it also has the hint of propaganda by emitting the countless mundane altercations and pleasant parts of his journey...


I'm sure more people in France are with the guy, than against him...



Still, nobody should be spat on.
Disgrace.



posted on Feb, 17 2015 @ 10:14 AM
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originally posted by: uncommitted

originally posted by: CharlieSpeirs
a reply to: TinfoilTP

Is there more footage?

The only anti-Semitic things I saw was that disgusting person who spat at him!
& the man who seemed to be following him saying "Jew"...



I don't know how a group of youths saying "I'm not joking... the dog won't eat you" is anti-Semitic.

& the first guy saying "are you a Jew?" seems to be heading towards anti-Semitism until he stopped talking and the clip changed.


Questions have been asked as to if this is based on 'ten hours in Paris as a Jew' why it's whittled down to 90 seconds. The guy who actually posted it on youtube has conceded that he experienced comments in what would be called rough areas, but that he also had friendly exchanges with people that for some reason he didn't include.

www.bbc.co.uk...



It's impossible for us to verify Klein's video, and like other "10 hours in..." videos there has been a large amount of editing - which critics say conveys a false impression. The clips featured appear to be shot in poorer and predominantly Muslim neighbourhoods. Could he be accused of deliberately seeking out negative comments? He doesn't see it that way. "If I was walking around with an Israeli flag, I understand it might create negative feelings. But I don't think [wearing a kippah] should generate that kind of thing."

So are Jewish people confronted with this kind of abuse throughout the city? No, not everywhere, Klein tells BBC Trending. In its more famous neighbourhoods - around the Champs Elysees and the Eiffel Tower - he saw "a little bit, but nothing worth putting in the video". "As we went to the suburbs, or certain neighbourhoods in the city, the remarks became more violent," he says.

Although a bodyguard was trailing Klein and his secret cameraman, the abuse didn't escalate beyond the verbal. "I did think that there might be some violence, but there was none," he says. In fact some locals spoke out in his defence when heckled, and there was a friendly conversation as well, but these were not filmed and included in the video.


www.bbc.co.uk...

That about sums it up for me. The man received positive and negative interactions, depending on the suburbs and people. The video was edited to elicit a specific response from viewers, and it was engineered to conform to a specific agenda.

Not surprising at all.

Thanks for the link.



posted on Feb, 17 2015 @ 10:16 AM
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originally posted by: daaskapital

originally posted by: uncommitted

originally posted by: CharlieSpeirs
a reply to: TinfoilTP

Is there more footage?

The only anti-Semitic things I saw was that disgusting person who spat at him!
& the man who seemed to be following him saying "Jew"...



I don't know how a group of youths saying "I'm not joking... the dog won't eat you" is anti-Semitic.

& the first guy saying "are you a Jew?" seems to be heading towards anti-Semitism until he stopped talking and the clip changed.


Questions have been asked as to if this is based on 'ten hours in Paris as a Jew' why it's whittled down to 90 seconds. The guy who actually posted it on youtube has conceded that he experienced comments in what would be called rough areas, but that he also had friendly exchanges with people that for some reason he didn't include.

www.bbc.co.uk...



It's impossible for us to verify Klein's video, and like other "10 hours in..." videos there has been a large amount of editing - which critics say conveys a false impression. The clips featured appear to be shot in poorer and predominantly Muslim neighbourhoods. Could he be accused of deliberately seeking out negative comments? He doesn't see it that way. "If I was walking around with an Israeli flag, I understand it might create negative feelings. But I don't think [wearing a kippah] should generate that kind of thing."

So are Jewish people confronted with this kind of abuse throughout the city? No, not everywhere, Klein tells BBC Trending. In its more famous neighbourhoods - around the Champs Elysees and the Eiffel Tower - he saw "a little bit, but nothing worth putting in the video". "As we went to the suburbs, or certain neighbourhoods in the city, the remarks became more violent," he says.

Although a bodyguard was trailing Klein and his secret cameraman, the abuse didn't escalate beyond the verbal. "I did think that there might be some violence, but there was none," he says. In fact some locals spoke out in his defence when heckled, and there was a friendly conversation as well, but these were not filmed and included in the video.


www.bbc.co.uk...

That about sums it up for me. The man received positive and negative interactions, depending on the suburbs and people. The video was edited to elicit a specific response from viewers, and it was engineered to conform to a specific agenda.

Not surprising at all.

Thanks for the link.


So this will cause you to ignore the real hatred he encountered?


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posted on Feb, 17 2015 @ 10:16 AM
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originally posted by: Metallicus
He could have just come on ATS and saved himself some time. We have so many anti-Semitic bigots willing to spew their vitriol from the comfort of their homes.


aint that the truth



posted on Feb, 17 2015 @ 10:18 AM
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originally posted by: TinfoilTP

originally posted by: daaskapital
a reply to: TinfoilTP

These types of videos are almost always skewed to fit a specific agenda. I question this video's veracity, just as i do with the New York video on which it is based.

Just some points i noticed:

- The audio is horrible and we don't know if the translations match the statements made by bystanders.

- The original footage may have captured a multitude of responses, including positive interactions. This video may have been edited to suit this specific agenda of anti-semitism.

- Going off of some of the comments made by French people on the Youtube video, it would appear that this man had decided to film himself walking through predominantly poor and Muslim neighbourhoods, where one might expect interactions different to walking through other areas of Paris.

What's even more suspect is the fact that the video quotes the ADL as saying that 'France is the most anti-semetic country in Western Europe', yet out of an apparent 10 hours worth of footage, the man only provided us with 1 minute and 30 seconds of minimal interactions with others (and that's walking through poor Muslim neighbourhoods).


So you are going to pass this off as isolated cases that don't indicate any widespread hatred?


Of course they're isolated cases...isolated to the specific individuals who hold such beliefs.

Everyone has their own opinions, and it isn't as if every single Parisian or Muslim hates Jews...Hell, the man told the BBC that he received verbal support by bystanders who had witnessed the verbal abuse, yet he never included them in the video.



posted on Feb, 17 2015 @ 10:19 AM
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Cyberland is an important new aspect to spreading hate that translates into the streets of the real world


yes, I noticed this years ago on another forum, that is where I noticed the net was being used to spread hate, lies, and an agenda.




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