A Goy Bridge


This piece first appears as comment #10 at "A Truly Ugly Bridge", pulling a number of angry comments on itself from readers of this left-leaning web-site. Anti-Jewish sentiment in Israel is alive and well it seems.

A Goy Bridge

The Chords Bridge of Jerusalem is a goy bridge to symbolise the rule of the erev rav over the Jews in Israel. Designed by a Spanish and made in Italy, assembled by Israeli firms that don’t distinguish between Arab and Jewish labor, it is an arrogant phallic symbol towering over holy, modest Jerusalem: an altogether goy concept. Even the dressed up girls dancing in the inauguration ceremony is precisely: a goy concept. I wouldn’t be surprised if G-d tore it down next winter with a lightening.

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