Something stinks in buenos aires. Nazis always felt at home there. The pictures and the names of these bloodthirsty Jew hating savages should be plastered all around the world. These actions must be relegated to the most abhorrent fringes of society as it used to be.
A street event jointly organized by the government of the city of Buenos Aires and the Israeli embassy to celebrate the 61st anniversary of Israel’s foundation was yesterday disrupted by a gang of 15 or 20 people who emerged from a nearby subway station and laid into members of the public with clubs, chains and nunchakus.
Between blows they shouted slogans like “Death to the Zionist Jews!” and scattered leaflets bearing the name of the Revolutionary Action Front. Three people were taken to hospital for treatment, two of them are said to be in a serious condition. One police officer was also injured seriously enough to be kept overnight in hospital. Five arrests were made, the rest of the gang escaped. One of those detained is Leonardo Del Grosso, a prominent member of the far left Quebracho group; another was found to be carrying a sevillana, a kind of knife that’s quite unsuitable for peeling apples or slicing bread.
Just to add a comic touch, as I write these lines there is a demonstration by various left wing groups going on outside the Israeli embassy. The demonstrators are demanding the release of those detained yesterday and condemning “police repression”.
While the handful of police present at the scene of the original incident seem to have done what they could to deal with what occurred, it beggars belief that the event wasn’t better protected. It was obvious that it was likely to be attacked by scum afflicted with the Jew obsession that swells the veins of a large part of the left in Argentina.