"And though tyranny, because it needs no consent, may successfully rule over foreign peoples, it can stay in power only if it destroys first of all the national institutions of its own people."

Wednesday, November 7, 2007

Jewish GW Student Gets Caught Drawing Swastikas on Own Door

A George Washington University student, who just happens to be Jewish, decided she could get some more pity and attention for her Jewish causes by drawing multiple swastikas on her door. This kind of thing has been happening all over the country lately, and it's quickly getting around that you can't exactly trust anything they or their affiliated organizations and lobbies say. Word must have gotten around in the degenerate side of the Jewish community that this type of thing works, and is somehow tolerable to do, considering George Washington's student base is 30% Jewish. The female student who did this equally cowardly (as the 'anti-semite' word they like to throw around at every turn) act says that this was different from the prejudices they spend so much time fighting because she was just trying to get the school to 'recognize' that it happened before. She only came forward when the university set up a hidden camera and caught her. The media don't seem to want to give out her name, but it is Sarah Marshak. These pathetic acts have gotten literally unlimited media coverage, so when you see a swastika in someone's yard, don't always blame the 'racists.'

George Washington University officials said a Jewish student who complained about swastikas showing up on her door put them there herself.

The student lives in Mitchell Hall, where half a dozen swastikas had shown up on her dorm room door in the past several weeks.

University police set up a hidden camera. They said the girl admitted responsibility Monday.

News 4 interviewed the student last week after the fifth swastika was discovered. She did not want to be identified.

"It's a big story," said Jake Sherman, GW Hatchet editor. "Thirty percent of GW students are Jewish"

Reporters at the GW Hatchet newspaper have been following the story since it began. They said they learned on Monday morning that the alleged victim would likely be implicated.

They said they spoke to her twice by phone.

According to reporters at the newspaper, the student said, "I wasn't looking to create this sort of insanity. I wasn't looking to become a media darling. I was just looking for acknowledgment from the university that someone drew a swastika on the door."

The student now faces disciplinary action from the school and could face criminal charges.

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