French offer boxed cure for anti-Semitism | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

French offer boxed cure for anti-Semitism

A Jewish-French organization is using humor to combat the recent surge of anti-Semitism in the country. The group has begun distributing boxes, labeled "Antisémitox, the first treatment against anti-Semitism."

The boxes contain three honey candies, several detox patches, and the text of a law outlining the penalties faced by those who publicly express anti-Semitic views, reports TV5 Monde. The group has manufactured 10,000 such boxes.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

If they came out with "Antisemitox" then this could be a suitable antidote to those "Semitox" drugs that these specific hyper-active Jews must surely be over-dosing on -- invariably provoking what they call "antisemitism" in others, as a natural response to the pervasive chauvinism, hysteria, hypocrisy, narcissism, and aggression that these drugs must induce, either by design or as "side-effects".

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