(copied from an 8kun post concerning deliberately bad conspiracy theories)
Unironically? That jews hate jesus. That jews are magically repelled by jesus. Like all of the most effective shill campaigns, there's truth to it, but it's skewed in a way that it looks convincing to the hopelessly delusional.
Here's the basis of it. Some jews do hate jesus, and they're the orthodox jews. The equivalent of the amish in Israel do, because that's part of the LARP - what crossposting christian posters accuse everyone they don't like of doing. These jews are called the Haredim. They represent approximately 12% of all jews in Israel, but their political power is such that every candidate has to pander to them if they want their votes.
But wait you might be thinking, explain the kikel backstory and the no cross signs on keyboards and in the classrooms? First you should take a second to realize that even taken as whole, that's not enough to rationalize the shill narrative. After that, Haredim at different intervals have immigrated to the US. This is such that the kikel story is such an isolated incident that even going by the christian crosspoter story, it should be at least at the level of muslims hating pork. It isn't. You now realize the kikel story is virtually the entire basis of that narrative and always the first thing that gets posted.
After that, the rest falls apart. Israeli keyboards do contain a plus sign. The reason why? Haredim like the Amish abstain from electronics. This means the JIDF have no upbringing that would make them subsconsiously wary of LARPing like a christian. The challenge in Israel with dealing with autistic LARPers is containing different sets of classroom material since like the Amish the Haredim have different curriculum. The Haredim utilize the tactic of uprooting themselves and going to a different part of a city or Israel to change political favor, so sign makers must change the signs' contents based on their movements or lose business.
If any of that seems inconsequential, it actually should. That was the entire basis of the above myth. Christian crossposters want to sell you on that story, that dismantling it seems underwhelming. But the story doesn't end there. There's a reason why I'm posting this here and not in its own thread.
It's a retarded narrative for a very big reason. Why is it that after 2016 there was a massive surge of christian posting? Why did they try toPost too long. Click here to view the full text.