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Old 12-19-2016, 11:06 AM
Michael W Richards Michael W Richards is offline
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Originally Posted by Pierre View Post
The writing found on the wall in Goulston Street on the night of the double event 1888 has been the subject for discussion for a long time. During this time it has been misinterpreted and misunderstood.

There has also been a discussion about whether the Whitechapel killer wrote it or not. If he did - why did he write it? What did he want to say?

You will get a small historical Xmas present soon. The present will explain the Goulston Street Graffito.

Regards, Pierre
For me the translation that makes most sense is one based on the premise that the writer was the killer in Mitre Square, but not in Berner Street. The author believes that Jews are not being held responsible for things they are doing, and suggests that "the Jews are not the men that will not be blamed for nothing.....and "for nothing" equals " for no reason".

Its anti-Semitic, and at the entrance to where 90 plus percent of the population is Immigrant Jew, that's why it was ordered erased.
Michael Richards
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