Monday, June 30, 2008

ADL accuses Pillsbury Doughboy of being "Anti-Semitic"

Because this picture reminds certain Jews of the Holocaust, they are demanding that we remove it. Suddenly anything that reminds Jews of the Holocaust, even things that have nothing to do with it, verboten? A high percentage of our staff is Jewish. After all is part of the media conspiracy that Marlon Brando was kind enough to inform us about.

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Here's a link to the original pic, sorry, but wasn't able to copy this one for the article.

And here's the nasty gram received from Abe Foxman's ADL

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Be forewarned, GOY, only ADL and Zionist blessed comedy, such as the mind-numbing slop "Don't Mess with the Zohan," is acceptable for our cattle.

Anyone trying to slip non-Jewish approved comedy thru our filters will be in for a visit from the ADL or one of our friendly MOSSAD reps.

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