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Antisemitic ‘GDL’ Flyers Discovered in Oklahoma City

A northwest Oklahoma City neighborhood woke up to unexpected flyers. The flyers with antisemitic language were found in many yards early Saturday morning in the Harvest Hills addition off the NW Expressway.

The flyers were inside plastic sandwich bags weighed down with corn kernels and it appears they were distributed randomly.

“I was absolutely shocked,” said one neighbor who wanted to remain anonymous. “At first, I thought this has got to be a joke.”

However, the language of the flyer was clear and filled with antisemitic propaganda.

“I don’t support the message, and to think there’s people out there that do, yes it does concern me that they could be just around the corner,” she said.

The messages on the flyers were all slightly different but included the Star of David and antisemitic language toward the War in Ukraine, COVID and the Biden administration.

Some of the flyers reference GOYIM TV, which online, referencing an antisemitic propaganda site attributed the flyers to the Goyim Defense League. The league is run by neo-Nazi leader Jon Minadeo II.

“It’s kind of a crazy thing,” said James Phelps, who lives in the neighborhood.

Phelps didn’t get the bag in his yard, but he’s part of the neighborhood watch group patrolling the streets.

“We’re kind of looking to see whose throwing those out there maybe we can get a license plate number,” said Phelps.

For now, people here feel there’s little they can do, besides send a message back to those responsible.

“I most definitely don’t appreciate having this kind of propaganda thrown onto my property,” the neighbor said. “I don’t support it; I think they would be best to stay out of our neighborhood.”

And with vigilant neighbors, they just might.

“If they see us out there, they know we’re watching,” Phelps said.

The neighbor we talked to did call Oklahoma City Police to file a report.

Source: https://www.news9.com/story/6469688a6e9ebb0729cd6705/antisemitic-flyers-found-on-lawns-in-oklahoma-city-neighborhood