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Tuesday, February 21, 2017

Who Tore Up The Cemetery?

If you listen to the main stream media, it has been reported (guessed) that those who vandalized the cemetery in St. Louis would be those hateful Republican alt-right miscreants he follow the orders of Bannon and his puppet, Trump.  However, our guess is different. 

We feel it will be either kids who wanted some fun or some of those anti-Israel, anti-Zionist haters who we have seen at the protesters. Yes, that is far different from what we are hearing but there is an undercurrent in the political atmosphere which is not pretty nor positive toward Jews and Israel.

Our hope is that the damage was done by kids for if it is not, this is a sad day in America.

Conservative Tom


Jewish Cemetery In St. Louis Starts Repairs After Vandalism


A St. Louis Jewish cemetery is repairing dozens of headstones toppled or damaged by vandals over the weekend, and accepting donations to the restoration efforts on its website.



Repairs now underway at Chesed Shel Emeth, the historic Jewish cemetery, where vandals knocked over 150+ headstones yesterday.

Police are still investigating whether the incident was a hate crime, according to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
Anita Feigenbaum, executive director of the cemetery, told a New York Times reporter she doubts the crime was the work of kids.

She estimates 170-200 headstones toppled, mostly late-1800's to mid-1900's. In the oldest section, so some damage may not be new. (2/9)
Kids being kids? Those stones are heavy and a LOT were toppled. She's not inclined to buy that. (3/9)

Police are still investigating whether the incident was a hate crime, according to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
Anita Feigenbaum, executive director of the cemetery, told a New York Times reporter she doubts the crime was the work of kids.

She estimates 170-200 headstones toppled, mostly late-1800's to mid-1900's. In the oldest section, so some damage may not be new. (2/9)
Kids being kids? Those stones are heavy and a LOT were toppled. She's not inclined to buy that. (3/9)

Missouri Governor Eric Greitens, who is Jewish, condemned the attack on Facebook. “Today, Missouri witnessed a despicable act of what appears to be anti-Semitic vandalism at Chesed Shel Emeth Cemetery,” he wrote.