‘Rothschild, Talmud and goyim’ daubed at Edgware bus stop

‘Rothschild, Talmud and goyim’ daubed at Edgware bus stop

Police aware of offensive vandalism which included references to the 'new world order' and kabbalah

Rothschild, Talmud, Goyim and Kaballah referenced on the Edgware bus stop
Rothschild, Talmud, Goyim and Kaballah referenced on the Edgware bus stop

Police and Transport for London have been made aware of graffiti urging people to watch conspiratorial and antisemitic videos online

Vandalism was discovered at a bus shelter on Station Road outside the Railroad hotel in Edgware, which is home to a sizeable Jewish community.

Daubed on the shelter was “Youtube this”, before numerous conspiracy video are listed including: “Talmud quotes + (about goyim)”, which when searched leads to antisemitic videos calling Judaism an ‘evil’ tradition which promotes paedophilia and that hates non-Jews. Goyim is a yiddish term for non-Jews.

Other videos listed for people to search include “Rothschild Trillions quantified” and “New World Order Agenda”, which brings up antisemitic conspiracy theories, with clips about the Rothschilds banking family running the world, and controlling governments and the financial systems.

The graffiti also tells people to search about Kabalah (Jewish mysticism) as well as clips about aliens and an arrest warrant for the Queen and the Pope.

A police statement said they “were called at 20:08hrs on 22 March following reports of antisemitic graffiti found written at a bus stop in Station Road, Edgware.”

“An appointment has been made for the caller to make a statement to police. There have been no arrests.”

Mark Gardner, director of communication at the Community Security Trust (CST) said: “This is the kind of thing you would more usually see on the Internet, but by any standards it is a bizarre compilation of conspiracies, with antisemitism at their heart.”

Tfl Bus Alerts said it had been reported to its infrastructure desk and the police logged the incident. Labour councillor Neil Nerva said he has “passed on to TfL Borough Liaison with request for urgent action”.

By Friday morning the graffiti had been removed.

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