Jew Students in Universities Cry Out in Pain as They Kill Children

Along with this new media blitz about rape hoaxes, we have just a general sentiment from the Jews that they are the victims of the whole world for no reason because they slaughter children.

I just can’t. I can’t. It’s too much. This is too silly. The whole world is watching these Jews CONTINUE TO MURDER CHILDREN FOR NO REASON, and the Jews, everywhere in the world, are out in public talking about how they are victims because someone was allegedly mean to them.

And the media is pumping this. The media is pumping the idea that being mean to a Jew is infinitely worse than Jews killing babies.

New York Post:

The University of Pennsylvania’s motto comes from a quote from Horace, Leges Sine Moribus Vanae — “Laws without morals are in vain.”

But it is a lack of morals, of a willingness to stand up to antisemitism, that has created a “climate of fear” across campus.

Demonstrations headed by “Penn Students Against the Occupation,” recognized as an official club by the university, have left students at the Philadelphia-based Ivy League school worried about whether it is a safe environment for learning.

Then go to fucking Israel, Jew.

You have your own country.

No one asked you to be here. No one asked you to show up, no one asked you to stay.

We want you to leave.

Please, just stop whining and leave.

Incidents on campus have made it a flashpoint in the debate over how far protests can go.

Pro-Palestinian demonstrations feature chants calling for “intifada” or uprising, which has also been sprayed as graffiti across campus, alongside “Avenge Gaza.”

Worse, one property next to a Jewish fraternity house was scrawled with “The Jews R Nazis” at the end of October.

The student group … has continuously organized antisemitic and violent protests on our campus and have had no actions taken against them by the university,” Noah Rubin, a junior majoring in electrical engineering and economics, told The Post.

Fuck you.


Email me and I’ll buy you a one-way ticket to Tel Aviv, Noah.

Email me, and I’ll have someone deliver the ticket to you.

Just get the fuck out of my country, you baby-killing kike.

“We’re fed up with the climate of fear,” he continued. “We’re fed up with the inaction from the administration. And frankly, we’re fed up with all the enablers of this — which includes professors who are antisemitic and who have participated in, organized with, and even supported them financially,” he alleged.

Yeah, well, we’re fed up with watching you slaughter babies.

Everyone is fed up with everyone, so the best option here is that you go live in your own country.

Many alumni have pilloried Penn’s president, Liz Magill, for being slow to condemn Hamas’ terror attack against Israel on Oct. 7 and not getting a handle on the burgeoning crisis. Some disgusted donors have pulled millions in funding.

UPenn representatives refused to answer questions about the controversy, instead referring The Post to comments Magill made during her testimony before Congress on Tuesday.

There, Congresswoman Elise Stefanik (R-NY) asked her if calling for the genocide of Jews violates Penn’s rules or code of conduct, to which Magill replied only that “if the speech turns into conduct, it can be harassment.”

When asked the question again, Magill would only add, “It is a context-dependent decision,” while inexplicably smiling.

She also claimed UPenn has assembled a task force to “identify concrete actionable recommendations.” That plan includes hiring an expert who will help the university respond to antisemitism, Islamophobia and other hatred on campus, according to the Philadelphia Enquirer.

“No place is immune, and campuses, including ours, have recently experienced an unacceptable number of antisemitic incidents,” Magill testified. “I have condemned antisemitism publicly, regularly, and in the strongest terms possible.”

Immediately following her appearance, a federal lawsuit was filed accusing the campus of being a hotbed of antisemitism well ahead of Hamas’ Oct. 7 assault.

What is “antisemitism”? We need to define it.

If it’s opposition to the actions of Israel, then anti-antisemitism is a pro-baby slaughter ideology.

I have a one word response to all of this whining from these kikes:


Elvis Dunderhoff contributed to this article.