Swastika Found Inside US Embassy
The State Department announced that a swastika was found inside the U.S. embassy in Bulgaria last month, causing concern within the State Department about antisemitism.
Department spokesperson Ned Price said the swastika was drawn on a window shade in purple ink in a secure part of the building — embassy, indicating whoever drew it could access an American diplomatic outpost.
“The department takes this matter extremely seriously,” Price said. “We unequivocally condemn any instances of hate or bias in the workplace, which this appears to be.”
“This is a repugnant symbol that stands for everything we as a department are standing against,” he continued.
“We are committed to doing everything possible to ensure the State Department, including our posts overseas, remain a welcoming, inclusive and bias-free workplace.”
The image was first spotted on Jan. 28, one day after International Holocaust Remembrance Day. Another was found inside the State Department headquarters last July.
“Let me be clear: Antisemitism has no place in the State Department, in my administration, or anywhere in the world,” Biden said in a July statement.
“It’s up to all of us to give hate no safe harbor and stand up to bigotry wherever we find it.”
One comment on “Swastika Found Inside US Embassy”
Ho-hum, another swastika false flag
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