Yonkers, NY - With cases of anti-Semitism on the rise in the city and surrounding areas, perhaps the most shocking incident expressing hatred toward Jews comes from a compact disc left on several Yonkers lawns.
The album case shows a picture of Adolf Hitler on the outside, while containing a CD on the inside filled with songs praising the murderous madman.
Track 17, called “Hitler’s Dance Mix,” combines dance music with speeches delivered by the Nazi dictator.
On the back of the album case is a vile anti-Semitic cartoon, and the Web site address and phone number for a Nebraska-based neo-Nazi group.
State Assemblyman Mike Spano (D-Yonkers) found one of the CDs on his property in the north end of the city.
“Most people when they see this type of thing, they throw it in the garbage, and that’s where it belongs,” Spano says. [wcbstv]
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