Canadian Polish-language newspaper blames COVID-19 on Jews in anti-Semitic tirade

Posted on 17 December 2020

The story suggests ‘biological weapons are being worked on in the U.S. and Israel not by just any experts, but (under) the leadership of usually Jewish psychopaths’

Tom Blackwell

August 07, 2020 

B’nai B’rith Canada says it has called on police to investigate the newspaper story as a hate crime, alleging it’s a blatant violation of the law.

“To publish something like this in a Canadian newspaper, whether it’s in English or non-English, is criminal. It’s absolutely criminal to pursue this form of hatred,” said Michael Mostyn, CEO of the human-rights group.

“We feel very strongly that this is a case where charges should be laid … We know that hate speech provisions of the Criminal Code are not often used, but this does cross the threshold.”

The commentary appeared first as the leading front-page article in the March 25 edition of Glos, a weekly newspaper based in Toronto that claims to be read by Poles “around the globe.” It appears to be a renamed version of a former paper called Glos Polski.

It suggests “organized Jewry” can “laugh their heads off” at the COVID-19 crisis, and that Jewish social media had manipulated the world with “Goebbelsian propaganda.”

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