Harry Potter Goblin Characters Are “Anti-Semitic,” Say Jews
IN RECENT YEARS, some Politically Correct Harry Potter fans have reconsidered their love for the series in light of the controversy surrounding its author J.K. Rowling, who has been attacked for her comments questioning a few of the loonier assertions of the transgender freaks and their promoters. (Rowling is a confirmed anti-White anti-racialist, by the way; the subtext of the entire series, in fact, is that racial purity is undesirable and those who desire it are “evil.” That, however, is “not enough” for the PC Commissars these days, who demand total conformity to whatever this week’s version of Goodthink happens to be.)
But after the release of an HBO special recently that celebrates the Harry Potter movies’ 20th anniversary, some are critiquing the series for a different reason: the inclusion of Jew-like goblin characters that run the wizarding world’s bank.
In the Harry Potter world, Gringott’s Bank, the bank that serves wizards and where treasures are stored in a mysterious network of underground tunnels and chambers, is run by goblins, who are depicted as ill-tempered, short-statured creatures with long noses and ears — and a love for gold.
Jon Stewart, the Jew comedian and former host of The Daily Show, called the characters “anti-Semitic caricatures” on a recent episode of the podcast tied to his new show, The Problem with Jon Stewart. “It was one of those things where I saw it on the screen and I was expecting the crowd to be like ‘holy s—, she did not in a wizarding world just throw Jews in there to run the f—ing underground bank.’ And everyone was like, ‘Wizards,’” Stewart said with a shrug.
He went on to compare the goblins to the portrayal of Jews in the influential early 20th-century tract The Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion, which purports to expose Jewish plans for world domination and the enslavement of mankind. “[People think] ‘Oh that’s a character from Harry Potter,’ [and] you’re like, ‘No that’s a caricature of a Jew from an anti-Semitic piece of literature.’ J.K. Rowling was like, ‘Can we get these guys to run our bank?’” Stewart said.
The comparison is not new. Rafael Shimunov, an anti-White Jew and official with “Jews for Racial and Economic Justice” and co-founder of “The Jewish Vote,” pointed in a Twitter thread to examples of others who have noted the similarities between the goblins and “anti-Semitic stereotypes.”
He shared a clip from Saturday Night Live in 2020 in which Pete Davidson criticized J.K. Rowling for including “anti-Semitic stereotypes” in her stories. “The woods are controlled by centaurs, the schools are run by wizards and ghosts. But who controls the banks? Jews, obviously. Little giant-nosed Jew goblins,” Davidson said in the clip.
It should be noted that Rowling never said that her goblins were Jews, and in fact she has devoted herself and her career for decades to advancing the Jewish anti-White agenda. No, Rowling never even implied such a thing. It’s the Jews who see themselves as hideous, money-obsessed semi-humans. No further comment necessary!
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Source: based on an article at the Daily Archives