Antisemites Hit Famous Landmark HARD

Protesters for Palestinian rights set up high-powered lasers to project an antisemitic message on the Elizabeth Tower, which is most renowned around the world as the Big Ben clock of Britain’s Parliament.

Protesters in Westminster’s Parliament Square for Palestine shouted, “From the river to the sea,” a slogan that conveys the destruction of Israel. They projected the phrase on the side of the Elizabeth Tower on Wednesday night. 

The cry has become a staple of anti-Semitic discourse, according to Suella Braverman, a former home secretary. British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak stated earlier this year that those who advocate or celebrate terrorism or spread anti-Semitism in our streets will face severe consequences.

Meanwhile, the attempts by competing left-wing parties to vote on a resolution supporting a Gaza ceasefire resulted in a significant departure from tradition, which might have long-lasting consequences for the speaker of the house, while the outside demonstration rumbled on.

Some European nations, such as Germany, utilize the antisemitic slogan “From the river to the sea” as an excuse to disperse a demonstration by claiming the demonstrators were inciting violence. In contrast, the British government maintains that public profanity is grounds for the deportation of foreign nationals, even when police claim it is not an arrestable offense.

Scotland Yard was once again the target of ire for its inaction while pro-Palestinian demonstrators projected the  “genocidal” statement onto the Elizabeth Tower of Parliament.

The Metropolitan Police were charged with “normalizing aggressive and offensive acts” following their approval of the projection of 100ft tall words onto the side of Big Ben.

Additional messages read “ceasefire now” and “stop bombing Gaza” could be seen on the London landmark in online viral footage.

Jewish MP Andrew Percy noted that for months, he’s been talking about the people on England’s streets demanding ‘death to Jews,’ demanding Jihad, demanding intifadas as the police stand by and allow that to happen.