Racist Jewish Supremacist mayor of Upper Nazareth Shimon Gapso, who boasted in writing of being proud of being an “offshoot of a glorious dynasty of racists” was re-elected by a landslide in this week’s local elections in Israel.
Gaspo has promised that he will “keep pushing for a Jewish city”, according to the Israeli National News service after his election victory.
Gapso declared that he plans to continue to openly campaign to keep Natzrat Illit (Upper Nazareth ) a majority-Jewish city.
“I’m going to keep working to ‘Judaize’ the city. I never stopped,” he said.
Imagine for a second, any mayor in any other nation—European or otherwise—making such a claim.
Consider what the Jewish Supremacists would say if, for example, the black mayor of Washington D.C. announced that it was his declared policy to drive out all the Jews from that city.
Consider what the Jewish Supremacists would say if, for example, the mayor of London, Britain, announced that that it was his declared policy to drive out all the Jews from that city.
The Jewish Supremacist controlled media and their activist organizations would be in uproar, and the whole world would know about this “racist outrage.”
However, because it is a Jew doing this to non-Jews, the very same Jewish Supremacist media simply covers it up.
The Jewish Supremacist activist organizations such as the ADL, the SPLC and others—who are so quick to leap onto imagined examples of “racism” by others, are as silent as the grave over the multiple examples of Jewish racism towards non-Jews.
Indeed, if it were not for media sources mean to Jews only, there would be no reporting on these matters at all.
Gaspo’s victory was made even more controversial—if that is possible—because he was forced out of office in September over allegations of corruption, according to the Israel National news.
“The public has spoken,” Gapso declared. He has support from those in power as well, he added, “I got a lot of congratulations from ministers and MKs. [Members of the Knesset] All of them support me.”
Over the past decade, large numbers of Christians and Muslims have moved into Upper Nazareth, with some estimates suggesting of the city’s 55,000 population a quarter may now be Palestinian citizens, most of them from Nazareth.
Gapso erected large Israeli flags at every entrance to the city in the run-up to the election, in a move he said was designed to make clear that Palestinian citizens were not welcome in Upper Nazareth.
Earlier this year Gapso issued a pamphlet to residents warning: “This is the time to guard our home! … All requests for foreign characteristics in the city are refused.”
He has rejected building a church or mosque, allowing Christmas trees in public places and building an Arab-language school for the 2,000 Palestinian children in the city.
Defending his election campaign in an article in the Haaretz newspaper under the headline “If you think I’m a racist, then Israel is a racist state”, Gapso accused his critics of “hypocrisy and bleeding-heart sanctimoniousness”. The important thing, he wrote, was that his city “retains a Jewish majority and not be swallowed up in the Arab area that surrounds it”.
In another interview, he said: “95 percent of Jewish mayors [in Israel] think the same thing. They’re just afraid to say so out loud”.
Writing in the Haaretz newspaper in Israel in response to criticism for his re-election campaign platform that Upper Nazareth would remain Jewish if he was re-elected as mayor, Shimon Gapso said that
“Yes — I’m not afraid to say it out loud, to write it and add my signature, or declare it in front of the cameras: Upper Nazareth is a Jewish city and it’s important that it remains so. If that makes me a racist, then I’m a proud offshoot of a glorious dynasty of ‘racists.’”
Gaspo went on to claim that the demand for a Jewish state is, if defined in those terms, a racist endeavor which is founded in what he believes to be an order from God: “[It] started with the ‘Covenant of the Pieces’ (that God made with Abraham, recounted in Genesis 15:1–15) and the explicitly racist promise: ‘To your seed I have given this land’ (Genesis 15:38).
“When the Jewish people were about to return to their homeland after a long journey from slavery in Egypt, where they were enslaved for racist reasons, the God of Israel told Moses how to act upon conquering the land: he must cleanse the land of its current inhabitants. ‘But if you do not drive out the inhabitants of the land from before you, then those of them whom you allow to remain… as I thought to do to them, so will I do to you’ (Numbers 33:55–56).
“God gave them an explicit warning. Yes, the racist Joshua conquered the land in a racist manner. More than 3,000 years later, the Jewish people stood bruised and bleeding on the threshold of their land, seeking once again to take possession of it from the wild tribes that had seized the land in its absence. And then, an outbreak of racism flooded the country.”