Antisemitic Fliers Distributed on SEPTA Subway Line

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Antisemitic fliers that linked Jews to pornography, abortion, gun control and mass immigration were distributed recently on SEPTA’s Market-Frankford subway line, The Philadelphia Inquirer reported.

The fliers scapegoat Jews, including politicians Sens. Dianne Feinstein (D., Calif.) and Chuck Schumer (D., N.Y.), and entrepreneurs, including Match.com founder Gary Kremen.

The Inquirer reported that the fliers are being distributed by Goyim TV. Its followers say they are responsible for hundreds of antisemitic and anti-LGBTQ+ flier drops across the country. It has increased its activity since the fall.


The fliers are the third time neo-Nazi paraphernalia was distributed locally in the last month.

A week ago, Chestnut Hill residents found fliers and white supremacist stickers along Germantown Avenue.

And hundreds of stickers promoting white supremacist organizations were posted in March in Philadelphia’s Port Richmond neighborhood, Billy Penn reported.

White Lives Matter Pennsylvania posted a video on March 20 showing the stickers being posted, saying it was trying to create “solidarity” among white people.

One sticker called for solidarity with antisemitic comments made recently by Kanye West. Another said “anti-racist is code for anti-white.”

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