Based Germans Ban Filthy and Problematic Jews from the Skies

Finally, the Germans are standing up for themselves.

At least the airlines are!

Andrea Widburg writes for American Thinker:

When Lufthansa, Germany’s flag carrier airline, left New York for Frankfurt, most, but by no means all, of its passengers were Jews, with about 80% of them being Hasidic Jews bound for Budapest.  Because some of the Hasidic passengers apparently refused to wear their masks, once the plane arrived in Frankfurt, Lufthansa banned all but two Jews (men whose yarmelkes were hidden under baseball caps) from boarding their flight to Hungary.  This openly antisemitic conduct was bad under any circumstances, but it was especially ugly coming from a German company.  After all, in 1938, a year that was the prelude to the Holocaust, the Nazis also imposed collective punishment on all Jews for the “sins” of a few.

Eighty-four years ago, the Nazis

Alright, alright, kike.

That’s enough of that.

I’m gonna have to cut you off right there.

Anyway, fair play to Lufthansa – the Aryan Airline.