What constitutes 'hate symbols' depends on who writes history

It's also funny that here in the US they've practically banned the display of the crucifix on every public building. Even the nativity scene is pretty much banned from public display during the Christmas season. But that didn't stop the world's largest Jewish menorah from being lit on the White House lawn in Washington DC every year. The menorah is the symbol of Hannukah, which celebrates a military victory of Jewish extremists against the Greeks in Jerusalem. In addition to slaughtering Greeks, these radical fundamentalist Jews also murdered other Jews that had assimilated into the Greek way of life. This is what Hannukah really commemorates.

If today's America can't openly tolerate the Christian crucifix or the Confederate battle flag because they are "hate symbols" then why allow the Jewish menorah to be displayed in the nation's capital right outside the US President's home? That's because whatever symbols are deemed acceptable depends on the powers that be and what political leverage they can gain. For instance, the US government and officials are heavily influenced and financed by the Jewish lobby. The truth is it honestly doesn't matter how hateful or racist a symbol is, those in firm control of the outcomes of history will have the final say in how it will be perceived.

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