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Wednesday, 11 December 2013

Shatter urges those behind anti-Semitic posters to ‘come clean’

Those responsible for anti-Semitic posters in Limerick should come clean with the electorate and identify themselves, according to Minister for Justice Alan Shatter.

A number of offensive anti-semitic posters were recently attached to the Sugar Hill bridge in west Limerick, near Barnagh, along with others attacking Taoiseach Enda Kenny and local Fine Gael TDs.

One of the posters specifically targeted Mr Shatter with the message: “Shatter has learned from his homeland how to crucify the little people.”



read the rest here at the irish times .. an organ of the state doing the jew work against you


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