We Will Kill The Jews In The Holy War

White supremacist Nick Fuentes calls for an anti-Semitic holy war: An intolerable threat to fight
White supremacist Nick Fuentes’ hateful and anti-Semitic speech at a rally for his far-right organization, America First, shocked and horrified the public. In his lyrics, he made threats of violence against the Jewish community, calling for a holy war that challenges their place in American society. This deplorable rhetoric reveals a dangerous and intolerant ideology that must be confronted with determination.

The Foundation of America First: A Questioning of the Holocaust and Malicious Influence on American Politics America First, a far-right organization founded by Nick Fuentes, has previously been associated with Holocaust denial statements. Questioning the number of Jews killed during this dark period of history, Fuentes attempts to cast doubt on indisputable historical facts, exacerbating tensions and divisions within society.

Additionally, the white supremacist argues that the Jewish community exerts a malevolent influence on American politics. His statements, steeped in prejudice and stereotypes, attempt to demonize an entire religious community, by insinuating a stranglehold on financial and cultural institutions, which is not only false, but also deeply discriminatory.

The call for violence:

A holy war against the Jews During his speech, Nick Fuentes called for a holy war against the Jews, using violent language and inciting hatred. These calls for violence are unacceptable in a democratic and tolerant society, as they endanger the safety and well-being of the individuals targeted by such threats.

By advocating the idea of fighting for their convictions, Fuentes attempts to legitimize unjustifiable violence in the name of a discriminatory and intolerant ideology. The consequences of such talk could be devastating, creating divisions and inter-communal tensions that undermine the fundamental values of a pluralistic society.
Twitter-banned Holocaust denier Nick Fuentes rose to prominence while attending the “Unite the Right” white supremacist rally in Charlottesville in 2017. Since then, he has been identified as a white supremacist and banned from Twitter due to his hate speech and its support of extremist ideologies.

This Twitter ban came against the backdrop of the platform’s broader crackdown on far-right extremists, including after the uprising at the United States Capitol on January 6, 2021. It’s critical that online platforms take measures to prevent the spread of hateful and dangerous speech that can incite violence and intolerance.

To our knowledge (as of September 2021), there has been no evidence or direct report confirming a meeting between white supremacist Nick Fuentes and former President Donald Trump. Donald Trump was President of the United States from January 2017 to January 2021, and he met many public figures during his tenure. However, he has never publicly expressed support for Nick Fuentes or his America First organization.

This article is originally published on jforum.fr

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