Organizers stage a Los Angeles rally by hanging anti-Semitic banners over a freeway

Anti-Semitic “I was right about the Jews” signs were hung along a Los Angeles highway on Saturday after the rapper declared war on Jews earlier this month.

A group of about five people from the Goyim Defense League, a group that promotes conspiracy theories about Jews, gathered in hats and masks as they paraded around a row of anti-Semitic signs on Highway 405.

The group appears to support West after deleting him on October 9 in his tweet: “I’m a little tired tonight but when I wake up I’m dealing with death.

Group members were seen giving the Nazi salute as drivers read placards: “Trumpet If You Know… Cain’s Right to the Jews… GOYIM TV.TV.” Revelation 3:9, John 8:44.”

West recently spoke about anti-Semitic content and conspiracy theories on social media and its appearances in the media.

An anti-Semitic group is seen perched atop a series of banners on a Los Angeles highway while paying tribute to Kanye West's recent war on Jews.  Saturday's sighting went viral on social media

An anti-Semitic group is seen perched atop a series of banners on a Los Angeles highway while paying tribute to Kanye West’s recent war on Jews. Saturday’s sighting went viral on social media

The group appears to support West after I read a tweet on October 9, now deleted,

The group appears to support West after deleting the now-deleted October 9 tweet, which read: “I’m a little sleepy tonight but when I wake up I’m going to my death with 3 Jewish people.”

West sent out an annoying tweet suggesting he was doing

West sent out a disturbing tweet suggesting he was doing “Death 3 against the Jewish people.”

Several celebrities, including Florence Pugh and Zoe Buckman, have shared their disgust with the streamers on social media.

“So terrifying,” wrote Pugh on her Instagram Story sharing the photo of the signs on the highway.

In a lengthy post, artist and non-practitioner Jew Buckman posted the shocking photo on Instagram while noting West’s collaboration with Adidas, which is currently “under investigation” amid his recent controversies.

“It’s October 22nd here in Los Angeles,” Buckman wrote. “We must stop waiting for a statement or action from adidas – it is insulting at this point. We know how the PR machines work and how fast [folks] They can also respond when they feel a stimulus.

We must stop waiting for so-called allies to comment on the wave of anti-Semitism coming from the right and left. We must arouse and confront our cultural and ethnic pride as diaspora Jews.

“I know we have had to hide over and over again, and I understand the self-loathing that generations, even centuries, of oppression can instill in us, but other marginalized groups are proud: Where are we?

“If you’re a Jew: I see you. I’m with you. If you’re not and you want to turn a blind eye, get out of my way.”

Many pointed out that the founders of Adidas were connected to the Nazis in the 1930s, supplying shoes to people in Hitler’s party at the time.

Comedian Amy Schumer also shared on Sunday with a photo that reads, “I support my Jewish friends and the Jewish people.

In the caption, Schumer added a discussion question: “When you don’t know what to post. Let’s start with that. In the comments. Do you know what the Jewish community fears? 1 in 2 people don’t know the Holocaust happened. Stand up.”

Schumer’s post was also reprinted by several others, including Jessica Seinfeld, who added the caption, “If you don’t know what to say, just say it in your feed.”

Several celebrities, including Zoë Buckman, have shared their disgust with the streamers on social media

Several celebrities, including Zoë Buckman, have shared their disgust with the streamers on social media

Florence Pugh described watching as

Comedian Amy Schumer also spoke out about West's anti-Semitic comments

Several celebrities, including Florence Pugh and Amy Schumer, have spoken out against the anti-Semitic behavior traced to West’s work.

Schumer also walked in on Sunday with a photo that says,

Schumer also entered the ring on Sunday with a picture that says: “I support my Jewish friends and the Jewish people

West previously said in an October 19 interview with Piers Morgan that he had “absolutely no remorse” about his anti-Semitic remarks, but offered a half-hearted apology.

I’ll say I’m sorry for the people I hurt with the death penalty [comments]West said on British talk show Piers Morgan Uncensored.

‘I feel hurt and created confusion. I feel sorry for the families of the people who have nothing to do with the trauma I went through and for using my platform where you say people are hurting people. I was injured.’

West previously said in an October 19 interview with Piers Morgan that he has

West previously said in an October 19 interview with Piers Morgan that he had “absolutely no regrets” about his anti-Semitic remarks, but offered a half-hearted apology.

Kanye West has appointed Camille Vazquez, known for defending Johnny Depp in a defamation lawsuit, to serve his business interests

Kanye West has appointed Camille Vazquez, known for defending Johnny Depp in a defamation lawsuit, to serve his business interests

Earlier this month, the rapper tweeted, “I’m a little tired tonight but when I wake up I’m going to lose myself. 3 on the Jewish people. The funny thing is that I can’t actually be anti-Semitic because black people are actually Jews too. You played With me and you tried to hurt anyone who goes against your plans.

Deafcon – also known as a defensive state of readiness – is a warning used by the US armed forces to indicate how quickly the military can respond to emergencies and deadly attacks.

The rapper’s Twitter account was subsequently suspended.

In an interview with Morgan, West made it clear that he wanted to apologize to Jews who had done nothing wrong. West’s comments specifically targeted Jewish Hollywood executives for their treatment of black artists.

While Kim Kardashian’s ex-husband is known for unpredictable fits on social media — he was diagnosed with bipolar disorder in 2016 — his rants have become more frequent this year.

Recently, West hired attorney Camille Vazquez, who defended Johnny Depp to represent his business interests.

Vasquez, who has gained national attention for representing Depp in a heated defamation lawsuit with his ex-wife Amber Heard, will be among the attorneys at the Brown Rudnick law firm now working with West, TMZ reports.

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