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May 21, 2012 10:22 am

“The Synagogue of Satan” DVD For Sale in Midtown Manhattan

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Among the thousands of vendors selling hot dogs, sunglasses, pocketbooks, and watches in New York City, is a man on 5th avenue, selling hateful DVDs entitled “The Synagogue of Satan: The Secret History of Jewish World Domination”and “Rothschild’s Choice: Barack Obama and the Hidden Cabal Behind the Plot to Murder America”.

“People buy anything controversial,” Ade Onabajo, the vendor selling the DVDs, told the New York Post.

The Rothschild film was produced by Texe Marrs, a minister from Texas known for preaching anti-Semitic theories alongside David Duke, the leader of the Ku Klux Clan.

On another disc featured for sale by Onabajo, the Catholic priest John O’ Connor says the antichrist will appear to the Jews as the messiah.

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“This man will come out of Europe and will be Jewish, very intelligent, and the incarnation of Lucifer himself,” says O’Connor.

Onabajo plans to continue selling the DVDs, saying “It’s America. First Amendment. Freedom of speech.”

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  • This son of a bitch selling these Jew-hating DVD venomous trash should be taught a lesson that he and the others responsible for the manufacturing and merchandising of these articles will never forget. Cut his f—–g balls off as a warning to those other bastards who won’t cease their persistent Jew-baiting.

    • Edward L Logsdon Jr.

      You think it’s a lie do you? Wait a bit. You’ll see it’s not. Between 2014 and 2017 it will all be made clearly obvious. You’ll see.

  • Peter Caroline

    The most effective way to quash this hateful drivel is to expose it to the light…allow it to be sold, so that people can see it for what it is. Suppressed material is forbidden fruit, attractive because of its illegality.

    • HaDaR

      The best thing is to ignore him.
      If there is any incitement to commit a crime he should be prosecuted, but there is no good reason to limit freedom of speech.
      I wonder why NY Jews have stopped training in baseball… Those bats are great!
      And they should also get some self-defense and shooting training…

  • Fredric M. London

    I have to respectfully disagree with Mr. Kleinman. I do not like hate speech or vicious anti-Semitic gibberish any more than he. However, if you start limiting his right to sell, and that typical Texan’s right to create, such abominations, you will wind up with the extreme version of politically-coerced censorship which infests Europe. If you have not been following this trend, people are being convicted of crimes because they write factual books about terrorism. The censorship has allowed all the Jew haters to stifle anything which is regarded as criticism of anything Islamic. In this area of ever shrinking freedom of speech, it is acceptable to deny the Holocaust, acceptable to equate Israel with Nazis (which is ironic, since they hold Nazis in such high regard), but unacceptable to point out the danger of jihad. I wish such people as made and sell this DVD did not exist. Unfortunately, they do. But stifle them at your own risk. It is better to let that filth out in the open, then to send it underground where it can fester.

    • I did say “limit” his right to sell. I said “discourage.” Meaning creating incentives not to do it. I don’t remotely believe that actually limiting one’s rights would succeed at anything except creating unrest and tension. Actually I don’t even believe “making laws” would do anything either. I believe that a system based on incentives is the way to be effective in this day and age. But I am definitely tired in the old saying “I don’t agree with what to you say but I’ll fight to the death for your right to say it.” That is just too over-simplified for my taste.

    • I did say “limit” his right to sell. I said “discourage.” Meaning creating incentives not to do it. I don’t remotely believe that actually limiting one’s rights would succeed at anything except creating unrest and tension. Actually I don’t even believe “making laws” would do anything either. I believe that a system based on incentives is the way to be effective in this day and age. But I am definitely tired of the old saying “I don’t agree with what to you say but I’ll fight to the death for your right to say it.” That is just too over-simplified for my taste.

      • * I DIDN’T say “limit”……

        But I am not sure yet what those incentives could possibly be.

  • I saw this very man right outside MSG a few weeks ago. I told him calmly and clearly how racist of a DVD it was and how he should be ashamed to profit off such horrible propaganda. I also stressed to him the dangers caused by such propaganda…….we all do. He gave me the same freedom of speech spiel. I am finding way too often people propagating hate speech and then hiding behind the rights of “freedom of speech,” which when they were were first conceptualized within the context of democratic governance were meant to give people the right to speak their mind regarding government and public policy not to spread explicit hate messages. How can something be enforced that makes the distinction between hate speech and freedom of speech? There needs to be some kind of evolution behind the practice of freedom of speech that discourages hate speech being used in its name. It’s like when people use religion as a justification for killing when most often it is the result of a perverted, overly-literal or lost in translation interpretation. Maybe the Algemeiner can start a petition regarding this and then send it to our senators and representatives? This man should not be allowed to sell something like this out in the open on the streets of New York. Anyone have any thoughts or ideas to share on how we can use our own freedoms as U.S. citizens to implement something that protects American citizens from hate speech?

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