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In case you missed it: The story of the Brighton Beach swastika plane

Outraged locals: Irina Bykhovski took a picture of a swastika banner in Brighton Beach on July 12 — the banner was also spotted from Coney Island and all the way out to Long Island.
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The strange tale of how a UFO-worshipping group that wants to “reclaim” the swastika ruined a lot of people’s day at the beach is over at BrooklynDaily.com.

In case you missed it: The story of the Brighton Beach swastika plane
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Reasonable discourse

ALD says:
The timing of this is not too much a coincidence with the flareup in Israel and the rabid anti-Semitism being reported in mainstream media lately.
July 16, 2014, 6:11 pm
Ed from Bay Ridge says:
ALD: Huh?
July 16, 2014, 11:12 pm

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