Perm, Russia: Locals Protest Jewish Land Grab, Demand Ban On Chabad Lubavitch

Based Permians are at it again.

**NOTE**Chabad Lubavitch, for those who are not aware, is the most insidious of Jewish organizations. They are Orthodox Jews & have many children, but operate in the political sphere in an even more sinister fashion than their Ashkenazi cousins. They hold meetings with & have influence over all major politicians in the West, including in Russia. Anytime you see a politician photographed with an Orthodox looking Jew, it’s Chabad.

In late April, demonstrators protesting the allocation of land to the Jewish community in the Russian city of Perm also demanded the outlawing of the Chabad movement.

More than 100 people attended the rally near the area that municipal authorities in Perm, which is located 870 miles east of Moscow, designated for transfer without charge to the local Jewish community that is headed by a Chabad rabbi.

Unrest around the Jewish community of Perm has been brewing for years amid accusations made in 2013 that the local Jewish community made unauthorized use of a local theater. Unidentified individuals that year tried to set fire to the local synagogue.

Митинг против Хабад Любавич. Пермь

On Saturday, the protesters showed up with signs reading “Chabad out” and “liberate us Russians from Chabad.” One protester held a placard that read “Chabad settlement is over the line: 1547,” an apparent reference to  the decision that year by Ivan the Terrible, a grand prince of Moscow, to ban Jews from entering or living in his kingdom because they “bring about great evil.”

In Russia, Chabad is the largest Jewish movement with a presence in over 100 cities.

Vladimir Putin on Tuesday said that “Russian Jewish organizations are making a substantial contribution in the cause of domestic political stability in Russia, for which we are very grateful” during a meeting in Moscow with Ronald Lauder, president of the World Jewish Congress.


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