Facebook, Twitter Host Accounts of Accused Israeli Pedophile Who Threatens Death, Rape for Israeli Activists

Schteinberg death threat sent via Twitter DM

Today, Facebook truly stuck their foot in it (see below). Doubtless, you’ve heard about supposed attempts by social media platforms like Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, etc. to clean up their acts by shutting down troll accounts and restricting offensive or violent content. Donald Trump even got in trouble for promoting a Facebook video posted by a UK neo-Nazi group.

George Schteinberg’s former Twitter profile pic featuring the Israeli pedophile suspect grooming poor Brazilian children

Readers here will remember various episodes of social media harassment I’ve recounted, ranging from official Israeli policing of my own social media content which these companies happily performed on behalf of censorious Israeli cyber-czars; or the suspension of my Facebook account after an organized campaign by the director an Israeli air force institute. Back in 2016, in writing about Israeli diplomats caught with their pants down in various states of sexual disgrace, I posted about a thinly veiled death threat made against me by one George Schteinberg, a pathetic soul once accused of being a pedophile and of running a pedophile ring along with Israel’s then-consul general in Rio de Janeiro.

Schteinberg sent me Twitter direct messages, the first of which I display here for the first time along with its translation:

For sure your mother was a Jewish whore who volunteered to service the Nazis…and so such a one as you was born of the Nazi race…for quite a while you’ve required psychiatric treatment…but by now it’s too late, you’ve a debased, sick, pathetic person. You don’t even have much time left to live…Kill yourself, then I’d very much like to piss on your grave…actually on the parts of it that remain after throwing it [your corpse] to wild beasts.

George Schteinberg drinking beer while grooming yet another potential victim

Naturally, I reported these foul messages to Twitter support which promptly did…nothing. To this day, Schteinberg’s Twitter account, full of foul abuse directed at Israeli peace and human rights activists, is fully accessible. Most of the tweets defame me personally, though you won’t see my Twitter handle in them since he’s blocked me.

Schteinberg rape threat sent to Lilach Volach via Facebook Messenger

The reason I bring all this up is that Haaretz today published a story about Israeli journalist, Lilach Volach, who also received a ‘love letter’ from our mutual Brazilian ‘friend.’ Hers was equally scintillating, offering ‘best wishes’ for her rape at the hands of the African refugees she advocates for so devotedly:

You can laugh about practically everything. But I won’t only spit in your filthy face when you’re raped by the Arabush [roughly translated, “sand nigger” or “filthy Arab”] and [African] refugees. This isn’t even a very good example since you’ll not only laugh [during your rape] but you’ll ask for more. I of course wouldn’t wish this on your daughters. For what fault is it of theirs they have a mother so sick with hate…Regarding the matter of the Arab or “refugee” [rapist], they may hospitalize you, but I certainly won’t wish you a merciful recovery. I may not laugh, but I will enjoy a giggle.

When Volach posted a screenshot of the rape threat and reported it to Facebook, they took prompt action…suspending HER account! After she alerted Israeli media, which queried Facebook, her account was restored to her three hours later. What about the accused pedophile? His Facebook account is still there full of pictures of young children on whom he lavishes candy and other gifts in his perverted grooming efforts.

You’d think in this era of introspection on the part of the media and entertainment industries about the subject of sexual abuse, violence and abuse against women and children, that these social media companies would take these matters seriously. But unless you’re a celebrity or get the attention of the media in such a way that it embarrasses these companies–there’s nobody home.

If you wish to report Schteinberg’s Twitter or Facebook accounts, have at it. A lot of good it’ll do, based on past experience.