Some “Subliminally Suggestive” Imagery from Roger Waters’ Concert?


The following was posted to the Facebook page of rock’n’roll BDS-hole Roger Waters

My first impression was how this kind of* looks like a Hanukkiah with 4 lit candles (it happened to be the 4th night of Hanukkah at the time of this post). How ironic that the Jew hater would unintentionally create an image reminiscent of a Jewish holiday!

But then another thought hit me like a tonne of bricks.

While it looks more like a factory in the video clip to the song

I wouldn’t put it past this Jew hater to deliberately create an image similar to a concentration camp barracks.

We already have seen it with his fascist outfits, and crossed hammers that look like Swastikas. Heck,

As with the other songs on The Wall, “In the Flesh” tells a segment of the story of Pink, the story’s protagonist. This song marks the first of a series of songs in which Pink, in a drug-induced hallucination, believes himself to be a fascist dictator, crowing over his faithful audience; this particular song is his hallucination that his concerts can be likened to a political rally. He begins exhorting his fans to show their devotion to him by throwing undesirables such as “queers“, Jews, and “coons“, “up against the wall”. He punctuates the end of the song with “If I had my way I’d have all of you shot!”.

I dunno. He claims he is anti fascist, but I am very uncomfortable with such imagery from a man who has made it very clear he hates Jews.

*I say kind of, because the Hanukkiah would have an extra “shamash” candle, and the lit candles would all be together on the right side.

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A law school graduate, David Lange transitioned from work in the oil and hi-tech industries into fulltime Israel advocacy. He is a respected commentator and Middle East analyst who has often been cited by the mainstream media