PHOTO: Antisemitic writings scrawled on sidewalk in Lakewood’s Coventry Square

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  1. Upon seeing the antisemitic writings scrawled on a sidewalk in Coventry Square, one Lakewood resident told reporters on Monday that he has “seen enough already” and that he has decided to leave town and to move to another city.
    “I’m sorry, but I can see the writing on the wall,” he explained, “I’m out of here!”
    When the reporters informed him that the antisemitic writings were not scrawled on the wall, but rather were were scrawled on the sidewalk, the Lakewood resident laughed in embarrassment at himself, and said, “Wow! How did I miss THAT one?! I feel like a total fool! I’m sorry. My bad. There’s no reason for me to leave Lakewood NOW. Thanks for correcting me. I owe you one.”

      • I was simply quoting what this Lakewood resident told reporters. I have no qualms with what he said. He made a mistake, so what? We all make mistakes! I don’t think the people I quote should be censored. They are well-intentioned people, who, like the rest of us, make mistakes. Why would you begrudge them their mistakes?
        This reminds me of the elter Russian yid, a Commenter by trade, who immigrated to the US shortly after the communists came to power in the Soviet Union. This elter yid said that when the Soviets started censoring his comments, he saw the writing on the wall, and realized he better leave the country before it’s too late. He survived to tell over the story, and he became a well-known commenter here in the US. Many of his comments have been scrawled on sidewalks and on walls all across America.

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