Saturday, January 24, 2015

More Proof That the Jew Hates Christians

Whether it be the Jew hatred of our Christmas that has resulted in the Jews at the ACLU getting the Nativity Scene banned from the White House lawn, to be replaced by the Menorah, to the origin of the word 'kike,' the 'Tribe's' hatred of us Gentiles has been around for thousands of years.
The word kike was born on Ellis Island when there were Jewish immigrants who were also illiterate (or could not use Latin alphabet letters). When asked to sign the entry-forms with the customary "X," the Jewish immigrants would refuse, because they associated an X with the cross of Christianity. Instead, they drew a circle as the signature on the entry-forms. The Yiddish word for "circle" is kikel (pronounced KY-kul), and for "little circle," kikeleh (pronounced KY-kul-uh). Before long the immigration inspectors were calling anyone who signed with an "O" in place of an "X" a kikel or kikeleh or kikee or, finally and succinctly, kike.
Source: Wikipedia

At the 3:20 mark, Miller makes a damn fine point that the crafty host can't shoot down:


  1. This Glenn Miller was was arrested last year re the Overland Park Jewish Community Center shooting in Kansas. He's no doubt some sort of intelligence asset.

  2. The part of that story that Miller was first asking the people's religion before shooting got dropped down the memory hole in record time when it was discovered that NO Jews had been shot.


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