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Eagles’ DeSean Jackson is slammed after posting anti-Semitic quotes attributed to Hitler

Eagles recipient DeSean Jackson has been accused of anti-Semitism after sharing quotes attributed to Hitler on Instagram and expressing support for Louis Farrakhan

Eagles recipient DeSean Jackson has been accused of anti-Semitism after sharing quotes attributed to Hitler on Instagram and expressing support for Louis Farrakhan

Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver DeSean Jackson has been accused of anti-Semitism after sharing quotes attributed to Adolph Hitler on social media and expressing support for Pastor Louis Farrakhan.

The 33-year-old former All-Pro posted photos of highlighted selections from the book ‘Jerusalem’ on Instagram.

“Hitler said,” because the white Jews know it [sic] that the negroes are the real children of Israel and to keep the Americas a secret, the Jews will blackmail America, ”the passage reads.

“They will extort America, their pan to world domination will not work if the Negroes know who they were.

White American citizens will be terrified to know that they have been abusing, discriminating and lynching children of Israel all along. ”

Spokespersons for the league and the team did not immediately respond to the Daily Mail’s request for comment on Tuesday morning.

The Philly Voice The quotes can be traced back to ‘The Nazis World War II’, which was published in 1980. However, it is not certain that Hitler said any of those things.

At least many considered Jackson’s post anti-Semitic.

DeSean Jackson posted photos of highlighted selections from the book 'Jerusalem' on Instagram. The Philly Voice traced the quotes back to 'The Nazis World War II,' which was published in 1980. However, it is not certain whether Hitler said any of these things

DeSean Jackson posted photos of highlighted selections from the book 'Jerusalem' on Instagram. The Philly Voice traced the quotes back to 'The Nazis World War II,' which was published in 1980. However, it is not certain whether Hitler said any of these things

DeSean Jackson posted photos of highlighted selections from the book ‘Jerusalem’ on Instagram. The Philly Voice traced the quotes back to ‘The Nazis World War II,’ which was published in 1980. However, it is not certain whether Hitler said any of these things

Former Eagles president Joe Banner warned of a double standard after Jackson's post

Former Eagles president Joe Banner warned of a double standard after Jackson's post

Former Eagles president Joe Banner warned of a double standard after Jackson’s post

Jackson responded to the criticism on social media and wrote: 'Anyone who thinks I hate the Jewish community took the wrong view, I don't have any hatred in my heart for anyone !! Equality Equality. Strangely enough, Jackson's post was placed next to another photo of the above quotes, which are attributed to Hitler

Jackson responded to the criticism on social media and wrote: 'Anyone who thinks I hate the Jewish community took the wrong view, I don't have any hatred in my heart for anyone !! Equality Equality. Strangely enough, Jackson's post was placed next to another photo of the aforementioned quotes, which are attributed to Hitler

Jackson responded to the criticism on social media and wrote: ‘Anyone who thinks I hate the Jewish community took the wrong view, I don’t have any hatred in my heart for anyone !! Equality Equality. Strangely enough, Jackson’s post was placed next to another photo of the aforementioned quotes, which are attributed to Hitler

Former Eagles president Joe Banner warned of a double standard after Jackson’s post.

If a white player were to say anything about AAs as outrageous as what Desean Jackson said about Jews tonight, there would be at least a serious conversation about cutting him and need a team meeting to [discuss, which] would be very appropriate, “Banner wrote on Twitter. “Absolutely indefensible.”

Jackson responded to the criticism on social media and wrote: ‘Anyone who thinks I hate the Jewish community took the wrong view, I don’t have any hatred in my heart for anyone !! Equality Equality. ‘

Strangely enough, Jackson’s post was placed next to another photo of the above quotes, which are attributed to Hitler.

DeSean Jackson was criticized for praising Louis Farrakhan (photo) on social media

DeSean Jackson was criticized for praising Louis Farrakhan (photo) on social media

DeSean Jackson was criticized for praising Louis Farrakhan (photo) on social media

Jackson also posted a video by Bill and Melina Gates about vaccines, titled “Farrakhan Warns Against Vaccines.” In the clip, Melinda Gates said the most vulnerable populations should receive a potential coronavirus vaccine first, adding that America’s black population would fit into that category. Jackson apparently shares Farrakhan’s mistrust of vaccines

Jackson also recently posted photos and expressed support for, who have previously been convicted of his own anti-Semitic remarks, as well as his praise for Hitler.

“I hope this powerful man has had the opportunity to see this !!” Jackson wrote in the caption of a post that Farrakhan suggested. “Don’t be blinded. Know what’s going on. ‘

Eagles owner Jeffrey Lurie has not commented on Jackson's Instagram posts

Eagles owner Jeffrey Lurie has not commented on Jackson's Instagram posts

Eagles owner Jeffrey Lurie has not commented on Jackson’s Instagram posts

Jackson also posted a video by Bill and Melina Gates about vaccines, titled “Farrakhan Warns Against Vaccines.”

In the clip, Melinda Gates said the most vulnerable populations should receive a potential coronavirus vaccine first, adding that America’s black population would fit into that category.

Jackson, who apparently shares Farrakhan’s mistrust of vaccines, responded by writing: Disgusting Donkey PPL !! YOU GET THE VACCINATION FIRST … DOMB WIDE !! ‘

Many Eagles fans and Philadelphians reacted with horror on Monday.

“This story by Desean Jackson is wild,” temple professor Marc Lamont Hill wrote on Twitter. Apparently he posted a quote that he thought was Hitler’s. This is disappointing and disturbing. You cannot defend it. ‘

Phillies blogger Alex Carr wrote that he couldn’t let these comments slip.

“As a Jewish man and an Eagles fan, I’m inscrutably shocked at what I saw on DeSean Jackson’s Instagram story today,” he wrote. “I never know what drives a person to read, digest, and post it.

“Despicable.”

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