Buffalo Shooter Calls for War Between Gentiles and Jews

Antisemitism is alive and well and remains a chief motivation behind the worst crimes of our day

By Israel Today Staff | | Topics: Antisemitism, America
It should come as little surprise that antisemitism was a driving factor behind the horrific racist shooting in Buffalo, New York.
It should come as little surprise that antisemitism was a driving factor behind the horrific racist shooting in Buffalo, New York. Photo: EPA-EFE/BRANDON WATSON

A man who gunned down 10 people in Buffalo, New York on Saturday revealed that deep-seated racism had motivated his heinous crime. The target of his rage? African-Americans and Jews.

Jews tend to get lumped together with “whites” by the progressive crowd when discussing racism in our times. But leave it to antisemites like the Buffalo shooter, 18-year-old Payton Gendron, to set the record straight.

For more on whether or not Jews are “white,” see:

According to a manifesto Gendron circulated online, the Jews are no friends of the whites, and are behind a sinister plot to flood America with other minority races.

Nearly all of the victims of Saturday’s shooting were black people, but Gendron wrote that who he really wanted to kill were Jews.

“The real war I’m advocating for is the gentiles vs the Jews. We outnumber them 100x, and they are not strong by themselves,” he wrote.

“By their Jewish ways, they turn us against each other. When you realize this you will know that the Jews are the biggest problem the Western world has ever had. They must be called out and killed,” the manifesto continued.

Such vile racial slander will perhaps shock the Western ear. But this is the kind of incitement Israeli Jews hear every day from Palestinian Muslim clerics and the young Arab minds they manage to infect.

For a recent example of this, see: ‘Every Jew Must Die, the Koran Says So,’ Insist Palestinian Youth

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