A far-right group hung up hateful posters around Staten Island overnight, alleging Jews were behind a conspiracy to wipe out white Europeans.
Two fliers were posted by a building at 2627 Hylan Blvd., one sign was plastered over a parking lot sign in Stop & Shop, and one flier was seen at the Hylan Blvd. bus stop.
Staten Island residents expressed their disgust and one told the New York Post he had personally taken down 10 signs in the neighborhood.
The hate group New Jersey European Heritage Association was responsible for the posters. A white supremacist organization, they are obsessed with Jews and African-Americans as their enemy, and are known for their racist and anti-Semitic propaganda.
The NYPD Hate Crimes Task Force is investigating.