Jews vs Nazis, also referred to as Holocaust Pong or Alcoholocaust, is a variant of beer pong incorporating tropes about National Socialist Germany, World War II, and The Holocaust. Invented by mid-2012, the drinking game is reportedly popular among American high schoolers in some areas, although play by minors is technically illegal in the United States. Jews vs Nazis has elicited condemnations from censorious reporters working for the country's Jewish-controlled media.
The first mention of Jews vs Nazis online is a set of rules for 'Nazi-Jew pong' in a comment on BrosLikeThisSite.com dated July 9, 2012, in which the commenter Snake McBro claims his "bro" who created the game is Jewish. The game was popularized TrepidaciousFatGuy, a user on another site, posted an iconic image of the initial Jews vs Nazis setup, along with nearly identical rules, ending "my Jewish friends actually love this game haha." A screenshot of the post was reposted on ViralViralPictures.com on January 25, 2013.
Taken together, these early references suggest that, rather than originating amongst Hollywood Nazis or others with animosity toward Jewry, Jews vs Nazis may have been created or at least popularized by lighthearted Jews, incorporating elements from, yet also willing to poke fun at, their familiar victimhood narrative. However, this was lost on, or purposefully ignored by WFTX-TV, a Fort Myers-Naples, Florida Fox Broadcasting Company affiliate (and hence a subsidiary of 21st Century Fox, run by Zionist Rupert Murdoch) that did an exposé on the alleged popularity of Jews vs Nazis at Cape Coral High School in Cape Coral, Florida. Citing just a single April 27, 2014 Twitter tweet from #HSConfessional (High School Confession), in fact a repost of the January 2013 Viral Viral Pictures image with the original text cut off and the added comment "This is what we play at parties. Jews vs. Nazis" -Cape Coral HS, newswoman Kelli Stegeman claimed the "Anti-Semitic 'beer pong' twist" was "targeting Cape Coral." Providing no on-the-ground evidence to verify the Twitter post, Stegeman said the "discriminatory drinking game appears to be sweeping through high schools," singling out the community by adding "Cape Coral High School is finding itself in the middle of the controversial game," evidently to spark a witch hunt. As of May 15 the tweet had been retweeted 1,797 times and favorited 3,222 times, although there is no evidence that its popularity was concentrated in the Cape Coral area. Stegeman interviewed two rabbis on the supposed crisis, one of whom called the game's popularity "a wake up call", while the other prescribed further Holocaust education. A Lee County School District official enjoined "parental monitoring of social media" to prevent the spread of politically incorrect games where the state lacked resources. Meanwhile, the topics of underage alcohol use and possible overdrinking hardly figured in the story.