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The NY Times crossword puzzle put out a couple days ago on the first day of Hanukka

This is the NY Times crossword puzzle a couple days ago on the first day of Hanukka. Looks like a swastika.

What do you think?

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Fleurdamour
Fleurdamour
1 month ago

I literally gasped when I realized what I was looking at.

solarsavior
solarsavior
1 month ago

NYT can never cry anti-semitism again.

Airplane Clouds
Airplane Clouds
1 month ago

It all depends on which way it’s facing.
To the left means one thing
To the right another

444Gem
444Gem
1 month ago

It is all Nasi solar symbolism, stretching back 20,000+ YBP. They’ve infused the 20th century story into the public conciousness, of how H1tl3r took this wonderful symbol of peace and “twisted” it, but this is just the story to distract from a very ancient Truth:

Where the serpent seed goes, The Swatstik follows, and then death, Luciferianism, and Hierarchy destroy the people.

marie
marie
1 month ago

A Jesuit/Jewish/Vatican/khazarian natzi (totally stolen ancient) symbol for power/peace(no push back)/sun for their gaining of israhell, hidden in plain sight too how original. What’s next the name of Hitler’s secret Jewish child lover with a disease? Or the Sheckel grabber family name?

Floofy
Floofy
1 month ago

You’re reaching too far. Many crossword puzzles have a similar shape.

Rosey
Rosey
1 month ago
Reply to  Floofy

Yes please post them

Milka
Milka
1 month ago
Reply to  Floofy

I haven’t noticed any crossword puzzles with similar shapes – you won’t find any I believe..

Last edited 1 month ago by Milka
Rick
Rick
1 month ago

To me its quite simple. Those who worship the beast invert everything. They took a symbol of peace and turned it into war. From love to hate. Nothing more, nothing less.

It is an inversion they love to do. And I hear the powerful Jews were behind the enslavement and death of their own kind in N**i Germany to help build sympathy for a Jewish state which I hear is forbidden in the Torah.

Last edited 1 month ago by Rick