(Gaithersburg, MD) – November 4th in Iran is the annual Death to America Day holiday. As everyone knows, nothing beats a holiday with the word “death” in its title.
For 35 years, Iranians have celebrated by screaming “Death to America!” and “Death to Israel!” as they mark the anniversary of the takeover of the United States embassy in Tehran. November 4, 1979, began the captivity and torture of 52 of Americans for 444 days. All 52 were released on January 20, 1981.
In addition to it being the holiday’s 35th commemoration, Iranians will likely exhibit extra fervency because of the snub of its United Nations ambassador earlier this year.
“Being left out of possible Syrian peace talks won’t help matters this year,” said a State Department spokesman, speaking on condition of anonymity.
Perhaps more sinister is the support for Death to America Day coming from … America.
When one thinks of anti-Semitism in the United States, images of the Ku Klux Klan (KKK) come to mind, complete with Daniel Carver, former Imperial Wizard and Grand Dragon of the Ku Klux Klan (no relation to George Washington Carver). Other upstanding American citizens and institutions – such as Cliven Bundy, Frazier Glenn Cross, Gabriel Diaz, or Sears – come to mind as well.
One does not think of Gaithersburg, Maryland.
Gaithersburg has one of the most diverse populations in the country. According to the 2010 Census Gaithersburg’s population of 60,000 is made up of: White; African-American; Hispanic and Latino; American Indian and Alaska Native; Asian, Native Hawaiian, and Other Pacific Islander; and Other citizens.
This apparently did not stop an unidentified individual from driving around Gaithersburg with two anti-Semitic signs plastered on the back of his white Toyota Tacoma:
- SEPARATE FROM JEWS WHEN YOU CAN. THE JEWS WILL NEVER FIND ALL MY CHILDREN.
- BY NOW MOST OF MY CHILDREN HATE JEWS.
In the interest of promoting the First Amendment, FLATLINEgov has chosen to reprint the individual’s timely information.
“We’re just helping an average, ordinary, anti-Semitic American citizen get his word out,” said a FLATLINEgov spokesman, speaking on condition of anonymity.