>>>"The skyline in the background is undamaged." Yes, still something left to be destroyed!"
I think you meant to say, "Yes, the buildings were not indiscriminately attacked as the picture implies!"
>>>Why don't you comment on the utterly racist and dehumanising quote instead
I tend to ignore 'shock' or 'damning' quotes used in both RIGHT/LEFT memes, since 90% of the time they are taken entirely out of context.* If this quote is stating something sinister, as you are implying, then Samuels is the jew version of David Duke.
Or in other words, like David Duke, he is some random fringe guy that has 0% effect on govt. policy and how the world is governed.
If, on the otherhand, the quote is taken out of context from an essay about how white Europeans have for the last 800 years sh*t on Jews in one form or another, and that jews need to return to their homeland, then your meme is disingenuous.
Either way, I don't know the context and I'm not going to spend time finding out, mostly because the quote is from a book written in 1924.
Wow, almost 100 years ago, some random jew may or may not have said something that proves some right/left wing conspiracy theory revolving around a zionist overlord government. Really? I mean, who cares. If there really was such a plan, it couldn't have been that great of a plan if Hitler and Stalin trashed it less than 10 years.
Life is short my friend. I wouldn't waste it on chasing some imaginary jew bogeyman.
*(One of the memes the Right constantly trots out features the mayor of London's 'Part and Parcel' quote. It drives me crazy. I am in no way a fan of the mayor, but in all fairness, the creators of that meme twisted and cherry-picked his words into something he did not say. And to be fair again, I'm sure most people sharing that meme and its 20+ variations are just parroting what they've read and heard without spending 20 seconds to read the interview where the quote originated. If you lie to win people over to your point of view, then you have already lost the battle.)