Lies by anti-Semitism fakers lead to violence at Roger Waters concert

Show us the Star of David on this pig, then: it isn’t there. The inflatable pig flown over Roger Waters’s concerts is used to highlight current issues but does not bear the symbol of Judaism. Other claims about his concerts are also lies and anybody considering disrupting them on that basis should bear in mind that THEY would be spreading hate if they did so.

This is what happens when people allow themselves to be misled by liars:

The clip shows German people who had attended a concert by Roger Waters reacting to activists who had believed lies that the musician is anti-Semitic and tried to disrupt the music and spoil everybody else’s enjoyment of the show.

The people trying to wave the flag of Israel and shout accusations had been influenced by lies stating that the show includes an inflatable pig with the Star of David on it (it doesn’t), that Waters equates the state of Israel with Nazism by linking Anne Frank and Shireen Abu Akley (he doesn’t; the connection he describes is between two people who were both killed by invading foreign political regimes), and that at one point Roger Waters himself dresses as a Nazi soldier and fires a machine gun into the crowd (he doesn’t; at that point in the show he is playing the character Pink, from Pink Floyd’s album The Wall, who suffers with drug-fuelled delusions that he is a fascist leader).

These lies have been propogated across the mass and social media and, in one case, in the UK Parliament, by people who should know better. Indeed, it is most likely that they do know better – they simply chose to spread the lies for their own – political – purposes.

The people who caused the disturbances at the concert – and anybody who has even considered doing the same elsewhere – would use their time better if they challenged the liars to explain exactly why they have lied about this musician.

Is it because he has always – peacefully – opposed the kind of hatred that they, themselves, are trying to foment?

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1 thought on “Lies by anti-Semitism fakers lead to violence at Roger Waters concert

  1. flttymartyn

    The zionists will do and say anything to stop the truth about israel’s land stealing, and murdering of Palestinians, including their murdering of children, getting out! It is just a shame that the UN is so gutless, so cowardly, it won’t do anything to stop the illegal occupation or the murdering of Palestinians…It seems that only Ireland has the guts to speak out.

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