Jews, mental illness, and guns: an ever-present danger

Lazar Kaganovich Feb 2016The recent gamer convention shooting in Jacksonville, Florida, by Jew David Katz is yet another deadly piece of evidence that we have a problem with mentally-ill young Jews with guns. Names like Dylan Klebold, Nicholas Cruz, Jared Lee Loughner, Adam Lanza, and James Holmes have sadly become all too familiar to Americans. Neurotic, on Prozac and other drugs, alienated by a Jew-inspired nihilistic culture, these Jews are part of an unmistakable problem that we must address.

But perhaps we should not be surprised when we look at the Jew and recently history. The 20th century gave us Jew mass murderers such as Leon Trotsky (Lev Bronstein), Lazar Kaganovich, Genrikh Yagoda, Leonid Reichman, among many other Judeo-Bolsheviks, who, in all, were responsible for over 100 million deaths since 1917.

How much longer can we stand by and allow this problem of mentally-ill Jews with guns to fester? Where will it next manifest itself? In your home town, Mr. and Mrs. Christian Southerner? Clearly, this matter demands immediate and drastic action. If it saves the life of only one innocent goyim, it will be worth whatever price we must pay to solve this tragic problem.

Michael Hill

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Michael Hill

Dr Michael Hill is President of the League of the South. He is a retired university professor of history and author of two books on Celtic warfare.