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Another hatemonger has surfaced on social media, and this time, the victim of the November 18th event is a serial contender for public office.

Stop Antisemitism, a nonpartisan group that has been spearheading the effort on social media to identify and apprehend those who attack Jews, has called attention to Brooklyn resident Skiboky Stora in an exchange of words that transpired inside a Union Square apartment building.

Three people are seen entering the property in a 19-second camera clip. One of them asks the concierge to shut the front door, and right before that, a confrontational Stora and her leashed dog go into the lobby.

“You will not survive! Jews, please perish! Stora said, “White [obscenity],” his dog losing pace as they left the building and scuffing his paws on the ground. Residents of the building chastised Stora for taking down images of Israeli hostages that were affixed to a Manhattan streetlight, which set off the furious reaction, according to a StopAntisemitism tweet from December 8.

Reactions to Stop Antisemitism’s article demanded action from the NYPD and showed no sympathy for Stora. AlliGee tweeted, “That is hate speech, harassment, and a death threat, quite literally.”

“That is against the law.” Jesse Houghton, MD, FACG, tweeted, “Well, he’s on camera for the police to arrest him for hate crimes.” “Let’s see if they succeed.”

A high-ranking public figure was tagged by another, who wrote, “Hey @MarkLevinNYC, is this your borough?”

Stora is accustomed to being in the spotlight. Several films on his Twitter account claim that systemic racism exists in the US, and he frequently appears in them without a shirt on. In May 2022,

Stora posted on social media, “Damn racist Republicans for taking my name Skiboky Stora off the ballot when they found that I’m black and poor.” Stora’s 2021 mayoral bid was short-lived, and he was disqualified from running to represent District 9 in the City Council in the most recent general election, according to Ballotpedia.

There are also references to a failed attempt at becoming governor.
As the National Archives describes Marcus Garvey as a contentious civil rights fighter, Stora claims to be his great-grandson.

Garvey was arrested for mail fraud and met with the Ku Klux Klan in addition to his belief in racial secession. He was eventually deported back to his native Jamaica.