see: Charlottesville Cops Refused to Protect Synagogue. -Jack Moore, Newsweek on MSN. http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/charlottesville-cops-refused-to-protect-synagogue/ar-AAqbj9y?li=BBmkt5R&ocid=spartandhp
Is this an accurate report?
If so, then I can offer an interpretation.
It looks to me like the American First Responders are sending a message to Israel; that they know about their surveillance and covert operations, in America and the world. That many of these covert operations result in injury and death to First Responders. That they do not have enough power to invade and destroy Israel or the authority to negotiate with Israel. That is the authority of the US State Department. They would do either one or the other if they could. However they do have the power to minimize/conceal their protection of the American jews and synagogues.
I believe that the Charlotte police did not shirk their duty to protect all citizens in Charlotte. That there was probably an observer who had access to various information and capabilities in protecting the jews and the synagogue. Perhaps in a nearby headquarters/mobile unit. However, they probably deliberately left it out of sight. They probably observed the reported 3 armed protesters across the street. But to the people at the synagogue it appeared that they were not protected. Perhaps they relied on this report getting back to Israel.
Now, here at The PLAS Place, I have described my formulation of a final solution to the problem of the jews. It involves a thorough study of the jews and a resolution in the U.N. that reverses the resolutions creating Israel; replacing them with a segregated area in each member nation proportionately for them. Monitored, protected. Prevented from congregating in one or two areas. Prevented from intermixing with other races/ethnicities. From gaining an advantage over others and exploiting it. From having an army and navy and nuclear weapons.
Then, NEVER AGAIN will the world be terrorized by Israel.
see also: Gettysburg Officials: Confederate Monuments Here to Stay. Dustin B. Levy, USA Today on MSN.