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Racist, Anti-Semitic Newspaper Being Passed Out In St. Louis Neighborhood


 

St. Louis, MO. October 6 – A St. Louis neighborhood is upset after many residents found what they believe is racist propaganda delivered to their doorsteps.

Residents in the Holly Hills neighborhood say a racist, anti-Semitic newspaper called “The First Freedom” based out of Alabama, has made its way to the community.
“This is just a bunch of crap,” a Holly Hills resident said.
He said the man has been passing the racist material out for weeks.

“He is obviously a white racist,” he said. “He obviously got mental issues in my opinion.”

 


He flipped through the pages of the paper called the first freedom based out of Alabama. He was dumbfounded at what was inside. There were confederate flags, xenophobic, racist, and anti-Semitic comments.
The man said the person has a right to his own beliefs. Even with that said, some residents don’t want him passing the paper out anymore.
“For him to distribute that, is very upsetting to the residents of this neighborhood. We despise this kind of literature being distributed in our neighborhood.”

Police say they are looking into, after residents called them concerned.

 

 

                                                              


 Un periódico racista y antisemita circula por un vecindario de St. Louis

 

 

St. Louis, MO. 6 de octubre – Un vecindario de St. Louis está molesto después de que muchos residentes encontraron lo que creen es propaganda racista entregada en sus puertas.

Los residentes del barrio de Holly Hills dicen que un periódico racista y antisemita llamado “The First Freedom”, con base en Alabama, ha hecho su camino hasta su comunidad.

“Esto es sólo un montón de mierda”, dijo un residente de Holly Hills.

Dijo que el hombre ha estado pasando el material racista por semanas. “Es evidente que es un racista blanco”, dijo. “Obviamente tiene problemas mentales, en mi opinión”.

 

 

Examinó las páginas del periódico llamado “The First Freedom”, con base en Alabama. Estaba atónito ante lo que había dentro. Había banderas confederadas, xenófobas, racistas y comentarios antisemitas.

El hombre dijo que la persona tiene derecho a sus propias creencias. Incluso con eso dicho, algunos residentes no quieren siga dejando este tipo de publicaciones.

“Para él distribuir eso, es muy molesto para los vecinos de este barrio, despreciamos este tipo de literatura que se distribuye en nuestro barrio”.

La policía dice que está investigando, después de que los residentes los llamaran preocupados.

 

 

                                                              


 

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