“Like something out of Der Stürmer!”: German newspaper forced to apologise for “anti-Semitic” cartoon

“Next year in Jerusalem!”


The Munich-based newspaper Süddeutsche Zeitung has pathetically apologised for publishing the Neyanyahu cartoon shown at the top of the page, a satirical take on an image of Israel’s Eurovision Song Contest winner Netta Barzilai.

However Dieter Hanitzsch, the artist responsible for the cartoon, refused to apologise.

“The editorial team apologising is their business. I don’t apologise.”

Since April, Germany has had an “Antisemitism Commisar”, Felix Klein, whose job apparently includes going around lecturing the goyim on what they’re allowed to say. Commenting on the cartoon, he said: “This wakes associations with the unbearable drawings of National Socialist propaganda. Even if cartoons should be ironic and provocative, here a red line has been crossed.”

Felix Klein


3 thoughts on ““Like something out of Der Stürmer!”: German newspaper forced to apologise for “anti-Semitic” cartoon

  1. https://www.usnews.com/news/world/articles/2018-05-19/germany-sees-migration-related-spending-of-78-billion-euros-through-2022-report


    AfD politician Reichardt: “The federal government is officially spending 21.39 billion euros on so-called refugees this year, at least 15 billion euros annually until 2021. On the other hand, there is a family budget with a total volume of ten billion euros. This impressively shows that for the Federal Government, mass immigration takes precedence over the promotion of German families. That can’t be done with us.”



    Let’s see if the police can hide the origin of the perpetrator.


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