Quad Cities Rabbi Promotes Immigration Invasion to “Counter” National Alliance

The group One Human Family QCA is seeking volunteers to help sell “welcome neighbor” signs door-to-door.

Rabbi Henry Karp is the brains behind “One Human Family QCA,” an anti-White group formed to counter National Alliance activism in eastern Iowa and western Illinois. We publish below, verbatim, the Quad-City Times article describing Rabbi Karp’s plan to pressure residents to give him $10 apiece for pro-invader yard signs. Great ploy, Rabbi — positioning yourself as an advocate of open borders, one of the most unpopular government policies ever, and positioning the National Alliance as the foremost proponent of securing our borders. Thanks, Rabbi!

MEMBERS OF THE group called One Human Family QCA want to turn up the notch on its welcome signs.

For more than a year, the group has sold red, white and blue “welcome neighbor” yard signs that say, “No matter where you are from, we’re glad you’re our neighbor” in Spanish, English and Arabic.

They are meant to promote inclusiveness and respect of diversity, and the group’s goal has been to have so many signs in the community that wherever one goes, one will see a sign.

Now the group has decided to get more aggressive, with members going door-to-door in selected neighborhoods, offering signs for a suggested donation of $10, while accepting any donation, large or small. The first outing will be 10 a.m. to noon Saturday, April 28, and volunteers are needed.

“This will go hand-in-hand with our intention to start going to neighborhoods that have been targeted by the National Alliance flyers and offering their residents free signs,” Henry Karp, rabbi emeritus of Temple Emanuel, said.

The National Alliance is a White supremacist group founded in the 1970s and based in Tennessee.

“If our initial experiments are successful, we will continue until we have hit most or all of the neighborhoods in the QCA,” he said.

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Source: Quad-City Times

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  1. Donny
    27 April, 2018 at 6:32 pm — Reply

    Great advertising. And someone else does all the footwork!

    • 28 April, 2018 at 10:14 am — Reply

      Not all of the footwork, Donny. It has taken a man like JIM/IOWA who has worn out two pairs of shoes in the past nine months, distributing National Alliance material nearly every day, to get Rabbi Carp, his Christian churchmen, the LGBT community, the SPLC, local print and electronic media, law enforcement and now the local court all in an uproar over NA’s “Love Your Race” being placed on car windshields that were allegedly on “school property.” Update on Jim’s Motion to Dismiss charges brought against him while legally pamphleteering, here:

      • 18 November, 2018 at 10:51 am — Reply

        Another in the ongoing series of articles about Rebbe Carp’s anti-NA campaign appeared yesterday:

        Q-C businesses encouraged to welcome all people with signs
        JONATHAN TURNER Nov 15, 2018 Updated Nov 16, 2018

        DAVENPORT — Hate and bigotry are not welcome in the Quad-Cities. To counteract growing incidence of hate crimes and speech, a new campaign was launched Thursday to encourage local businesses to display “We Welcome All People” signs. The signs aim to reflect the community’s commitment to diversity and openness to customers of all backgrounds, including race, ethnicity, country of origin, age, religion, gender and sexual identities.

        “Encroachments on the rights and freedoms of any of us affects all of us,” said [the Negro] Rev. Rich Hendricks of Metropolitan Community Church of the Quad Cities who started One Human Family QCA with Rabbi Henry Karp in 2016… Karp, rabbi emeritus of Davenport’s Temple Emanuel, said the FBI reported 7,175 hate crimes nationwide in 2017, a 17 percent increase, the biggest surge since 2001. “Hate crimes against Jews rose 37 percent,” he said, noting the Oct. 27 Pittsburgh synagogue shooting, which killed 11 people, was the deadliest anti-Semitic attack on U.S. soil. The Quad-Cities has seen few actual hate crimes, he said. But the National Alliance, called the most organized and dangerous hate group in America, has been actively recruiting in the area, Karp said.

        This week, he said, One Human Family received reports of Moline and Rock Island neighborhoods targeted with flyers by local members of the white-supremacist group. Karp said that, on Wednesday night, he received an email from Rock Island Ald. David Geenen, 7th Ward, stating the mother of a biracial child had reported hate flyers in a neighborhood near the Tri-City Jewish Center. At Thursday’s news conference in Scott Community College’s downtown Davenport Urban Campus, Karp read the flyer that said, in part, that “no multi-racial society is a healthy society [from ‘What We Believe” on the back of the NA business card].”

        “Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that,” Karp said, quoting civil-rights leader Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. The One Human Family signs, he said, will be “a source of light.”…


        I attempted to post what’s below in the box at the bottom of that page, below Alma Gaul’s commentary, but had to “log in” or something before it would post, so it didn’t appear. Perhaps others can post a suitable comment there:

        Wow! so much hate. A flier is discovered “…with the words ‘Love Your Race’ and the Web address of the National Alliance, but no other text.” No other text? Where exactly is the hate? The National Alliance that Rabbi Carp and his anti-White friends hate so much gives a fair and balanced report here:

  2. JM/Iowa
    28 April, 2018 at 12:10 am — Reply

    Polluted messages for polluted minds, and a Jew at the bottom of it.

    Imagine that!

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