Sunday, 26 March 2017

The Michael Kaydar case, along with the many others like it, has been called a "hate crime hoax". In reality, these are real hate crimes, hate crimes directed against ethnic Europeans by ethnic non-Europeans. In a paradox of bigotry, these ethnic non-Europeans express their hatred for ethnic Europeans by making it look like ethnic Europeans hate them.

As this extract from Haaretz makes clear, these anti-European hate crimes were directly facilitated by the ADL and the many other American Jewish ethno-activist and propaganda organisations.
The police have not yet heard the teen’s story, as he is maintaining his right to remain silent. Police sources said he has so far refused to talk about anything except the fact that he is sick. Police also haven’t yet succeeded in breaking into his computers, but expect to accomplish this in the next few days. 
What they have managed to determine, the sources said, is the teen’s modus operandi. After calling in one of his bomb threats he would watch the media to see what effect the threat had. If he saw that a threat was getting media attention, he would make more threats in the same location. 
Altogether, the teen has made hundreds of threats that the public never heard about, police said. When they got no media attention, he stopped making threats in those places. In contrast, the bomb threats to Jewish institutions in the U.S. in recent months received especially prominent coverage, not just in America but worldwide, so he began focusing his threats on those institutions.

In other words, it was precisely because of the ADL's shrieking and howling that more threats were made. If they had said nothing, he would have turned his attention elsewhere. The ADL is directly responsible for instilling unnecessary fear and anxiety in innocent American Jews. They should be ashamed.

But, ultimately, it was only because the ADL and others were using the threats as a stick to bash Trump that the case was ultimately resolved. Because Trump pressured the FBI to resolve it.
The Jewish Israeli-American arrested this week on suspicion of making a host of bomb threats on Jewish institutions worldwide has been making such cyberattacks for two years, but only recently was his capture given high priority, according to police sources.  The sources attributed the turnabout to pressure from United States President Donald Trump. 
A few weeks ago, after Trump announced that the FBI would do everything in its power to catch the perpetrator, the agency sent 12 investigators from its cybercrime unit to Israel to assist the Israeli investigation.
So the Israelis, left to themselves, weren't interested in resolving it. I find it hard to believe that they lacked the technical capability to do so and needed the FBI to come and help. In fact, the possibility that this whole thing was a government-sanctioned operation must be considered.

They're now claiming Kaydar's "health problems" meant he wasn't compos mentis.
Police plan to question the teen’s mother in the next few days, but are waiting for her to obtain relevant medical documentation so they can examine the family’s claim that his health problems mean he cannot be held responsible for his actions. 
The teen’s public defender, who visited him in jail on Friday and has spoken with him several times over the last few days, said she is increasingly convinced that his health problems have been influencing his behavior. “He told me several things that need to be checked out,” said the attorney, Galit Bash. “I’ve also been in contact with his mother, and she gave me critical information – very, very essential. Apparently there’s an opinion by neurologists who say this affects his behavior.” 
During the bail hearing, she said the teen has an inoperable growth in his head. Bash is expecting to get the medical documentation on Monday.