Friday, March 27, 2009

"The 'anti-Semites' are coming, the 'anti-Semites' are coming"

The cry of "The Redcoats are coming, the Redcoats are coming" by Paul Revere helped stave off a British attack in 1775 and gave warning to John Hancock and Samuel Adams, preventing their capture by the Brits, eventually leading to the American Revolution.

Now days, that cry has been changed to "The 'anti-Semites' are coming, the 'anti-Semites' are coming" to help herd the cowed American populace into KBR built detention camps so we can be "re-educated" by Hasidic Rabbis, protected by Blackwater type thugs wieding submachine guns.

"Re-educated" since we're becoming a pain in the ass to some, all for asking questions about the Holocaust™ or asking questions about just who or what in the hell is Israel and how can that state of racists, bigots and death dealers be exempt from laws regarding crimes against humanity and war crimes?

This I know from the proliferation of stories coming out, aimed at us "uppity" ones and portending dire consequences if we don't click our boot heels and whip off a snappy salute to the blood drenched Star of David.

Like this one, in the Los Angeles Times--owned by raging Zionist Sam Zell--that thunders at readers that anti-Zionism is worse than anti-Semitism and GASP, immoral. If anyone or anything would know the definition of immoral, it damn sure would be Israel--It doesn't go so far as that particularly smelly turd Alan Dershowitz tried to float a few years back by saying that "if you're anti-Zionist, then your anti-Semitic and if your anti-Semitic, then your anti-American."

Too many Americans that still have the power and ability to reason sunk that clunker on its maiden voyage around the toilet bowl.


The article goes on to wag a finger at us who question Israel's insane way of living by feasting on the blood of Palestinians. To quiet those who would dare to question those lovers of the Talmud, we're given a brief fantasy sketch of Israel past, which basically states that in a book written by Jews, and a God created by the same, gave them the land of Israel.

End of debate and if you choose to inquire more, then you'll have the US Senate breathing down your ungrateful necks, thanks to Senate Resolution 11, introduced on March 19 and it already has 41 co-sponsors.

This nasty little bit of legislation would condemn all forms of anti-Semitism and reaffirms the support of Congress for the mandate of the Special Envoy to Monitor and Combat Anti-Semitism, and for other purposes.
Included in this list is criticism of Israel's most recent slaughter in Gaza, a bloody ritual that the Apartheid state of Israel has a need to engage in on a regular basis, sucking the life and blood out of others, just like some vampire on steroids.

What the "other purposes" is for isn't described, but give those fuckers in DC an inch and pretty soon they'll want the whole thing. The "other purposes" is probably for law enforcment training to spot and round up those nasty "anti-Zionists". Just like overseas US law enforcement is being trained to spot us truth seekers.

Yes, the US does have a specific office created by Zionists and Israeli boot lickers that must make the heart of the mouthy Abe Foxman of the ADL swoon, called the Office to Monitor and Combat Anti-Semitism.

The same ADL that has been training US police departments across the nation, to spot us "terrorists" types and act accordingly.

Go to the web page here and you'll find out just what is VERBOTEN in the Brave Jew World of overdone PC thinking (Note: The site's link to what the Zionists and Wars for Israel crowd thinks is "anti-Semitism" and "anti-Zionism" is currently not working, probably being updated to include even more liberty robbing, now that they've got their good friend and buddy Obama in the White House )

You're probably some nasty "anti-Zionist" type, just for asking questions and don't even know it.

Join the crowd, so am I.

Would this be considered "anti-Zionist?"


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4 comments:

  1. I see that both of my senators, Alexander and Corker, are sponsors of Resolution 11.

    The word 'holocaust' is used 8 times in it. I wonder who or what group wrote this up for them.

    I also wonder who Clinton might appoint as "the Special Envoy" and how soon the call for laws against questioning the jewish/zionist crud will come.

    Maybe see you in summer camp, Greg.

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  2. Maybe see you in summer camp, Greg.

    Wouldn't mind meeting fellow freedom lovers, but I ain't gonna stand for some PC BS about the damned holocaust.

    Article 1 of the Bill of Rights is still in effect... I think.

    If that goes by the wayside, then it's time to heartily enforce Article 2.

    The Founding Fathers weren't no damn fools to put Article 2 right behind Article 1.

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  3. Over here in London theres plenty of zionist meddling but it's at least a tiny bit subtle, you generally have to dig a little (albeit not very deep) before you find such rabid zionist scum.

    It seems in America they don't even bother to gloss over their great big noses.

    Never mind 51'st state, Israel judging by how many virulent zionists there are in government, is the FIRST and most powerful state of the United States of America.

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  4. FIRST and most powerful state of the United States of America.

    More like the United States of Israel, with Obama as the first "Jewish" prez...

    Well, after Eisenhower.

    We're fucked, their's no two ways about it.

    I fear it will get real mean, nasty and bloody before we're able to remove those Star of David shaped fangs from our necks.

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