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Protocols Of Starbucks Read In East London

by | 17th, January 2009

MORE on the Protocols of Starbucks, the spoof letter now taken as fact and a good excuse to smash the windows of shops owned by Jews. Broken glass.

I’ll have a muffin:

Early this morning, thugs smashed their way into the coffee shop as the manager hid inside the office. As he watched on the security monitor in the office, they daubed racist graffiti and finally lobbed a molotov-cocktail through the plate-glass window. Luckily he managed to make it to the fire-escape and raise the alarm. Fire-fighters managed to stop the flames spreading to the adjacent buildings.

It’s over the media – the local media in East London:

The East London Advertiser reports:

A fire bomb was hurled into the premises of a cafe and coffee bar in London’s East End in the early hours of this morning. It was one of a series of ‘hate’ incidents in Whitechapel which have included anti-Semitic graffiti, believed to be linked to protests over Israel’s operations in Gaza. The thugs hurled the petrol bomb through the front glass door of Starbucks in Whitechapel Road, 300 yards from Brick Lane, at 1am. The manager was trapped in the office at the back and saw the intruders smashing their way into the premises on the CCTV and had to stay hidden.


The new Tesco Metro supermarket in Stepney’s Commercial Road was targeted at the weekend when several windows were smashed and the words ‘kill Jews’ was daubed in paint.

It’s left to Indy media to spot how Jews are being targetted:

Smashing the Israeli war machine – Starbucks, Whitechapel firebombed

These attackers might not be all that bright. Look out for anti-Semitic daubs on Chelsea football kits, so too those of Manchester United, Spurs and Arsenal. Come to the match – bring a can. Bring a rock-hard stale muffin. Take your chances.

And if the attackers are jihadis, their beef is with all East Enders, especially Pat. Oh, and Christians.

The new brown shirts are among us…

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