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Everyone loves to feel good about themselves when they can cry over dead Jews.

Those tears are worthless and offensive and as far as I’m concerned you can choke on them.

Think about those tears when you hear some one disparage, deny, demonize or delegitimize Jews and you say nothing, or when the voice is yours.

You want to hate Jews?

That’s your right I suppose, but let me in on your dirty little secret and I’ll give you some real good reasons to hate at least one Jew.

Otherwise shut the fuck up.

Hat tip to Elder of Ziyon and his take on you motherfuckers:

I’m reading various account and commentaries of the horrific shooting and massacre of Jews in synagogue in Pittsburgh today, and everyone is putting up their own political spin on the event. It is expected — and disgusting.

The suspect didn’t target Jews because of “occupation” or because he was a Trump supporter (he wasn’t) or because he had access to guns or because any Jews did anything to him personally. He is just an antisemite who is not sophisticated enough to couch his hate in terms like “anti-Zionist” or “anti-capitalist” or “pro-justice” or any other of the dozens of terms used nowadays to make Jew-hatred a little more palatable.

There are more crimes targeting Jews in America than crimes targeting all other religions combined. There is no common thread — the far-Left hates Jews, the far-Right hates Jews. Muslim Jew-hatred is “understood” and down-pedaled [sic] by the Left. And people will be gleeful that today’s murderer identifies with the far-Right, just as the Right will disavow their role in emboldening the hate on their side.

Antisemitism is not like other hates. There is no logic behind it, no justification for it. Jews aren’t allowed to be in “our country” but are not allowed to be in their own country either. Assimilated Jews are as much targeted as religious Jews. Jews are vilified by extremists of all stripes.

Stop using this massacre as an excuse to pin this on ideological and political enemies. Every group has Jew-hatred associated with them in one way or another. If you truly care about Jew-hatred, root out antisemitism from among the groups that you identify with.

Don’t pretend it isn’t there… because it is.

 

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Where’s the outrage over Hillary’s call for a ‘civil’ war?

Two events from the last two days stand out. The first came Monday night with President Trump’s forceful yet compassionate speech at the swearing in of Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court.

The president opened with an extraordinary apology on behalf of the country to Kav­anaugh and his family “for the terrible pain and suffering” they endured during the historically brutal confirmation process. He said the unfounded allegations violated fairness and “the presumption of innocence.”

Trump also tenderly addressed Kavanaugh’s young daughters, telling them “your father is a great man, a man of decency, character, kindness and courage.”

The event was something of a spike-the-football moment in front of a cheering White House audience and as such was a clever piece of stagecraft, where Republican Sens. Mitch McConnell, Charles Grassley, Lindsey Graham and Susan Collins were saluted.

But the ceremony was much more than mere boosterism. With the eight other Supremes sitting in the front row, Trump aimed to restore dignity to the judiciary at a time when the dirtiest tricks of politics have buried the court in a mountain of mud.

The president is right to worry that the character-assassination attempt on Kavanaugh may turn out to be a seminal moment in American political and cultural history. The ideas that the court is just another political branch and that the presumption of innocence no longer applies if you are on the other team represent a seismic shift in how we look at each other and the nation as a whole.

If those ideas stick, we are in more trouble than we can imagine.

And while Trump has at times unnecessarily contributed to the rancor, he was terrific Monday in trying to repair what Senate Democrats and their media handmaidens tried to destroy.

Which brings me to the second event of note: Hillary Clinton’s statement Tuesday that Democrats “cannot be civil” as long as Republicans hold the White House and Congress.

“You cannot be civil with a political party that wants to destroy what you stand for, what you care about,” Clinton told CNN. “That’s why I believe, if we are fortunate enough to win back the House and/or the Senate, that’s when civility can start again. But until then, the only thing that the Republicans seem to recognize and respect is strength.”

There you have it — a declaration of war and a license for violence. Where is the media outrage?

Clinton knows we are already in the danger zone when it comes to the political temperature. Her comments, then, are as reckless as bringing a can of gasoline to a bonfire.

She’s stoking trouble to gain a foothold in the 2020 race — and damn the consequences.

Her claim that civility can return when Dems have power is an admission that the ends justify the means.

Then again, she never fails to disappoint. As I wrote Sunday, she has spent the last two years casting doubt on the legitimacy of the Trump presidency because the election didn’t go her way. That makes her guilty of the very thing she found “horrifying” when Trump suggested he might not abide by the results if he thought they were rigged.

“He is denigrating — he is talking down our democracy. And I am appalled that someone who is the nominee of one of our two major parties would take that position,” she said in their final debate, in October 2016.

She added, “That is not the way our democracy works.”

But it does work exactly that way when Democrats are denied what they feel entitled to. They should be careful what they wish for.

For if the Kavanaugh experience revealed anything, it is that Trump’s GOP knows how to fight back and win. It is hard to imagine that Kavanaugh would have survived such an onslaught under any other ­recent Republican candidate or president.

There were so many reasons, and so much media pressure, that it would not have been surprising if a bloc of senators called the allegations a “distraction” and waved a white flag. They didn’t because Trump and Kavanaugh didn’t back down.

Still, there is danger when two sides both think they can outlast the other. Responding to my concern that America might be sleepwalking into a second civil war, a number of readers agreed. Some said they welcomed it.

Curt Doolittle wrote this: “We aren’t sleepwalking into it, we know exactly what we’re doing and why. The hard right and hard left are planning on it, ready for it, and looking for an opportunity.”

He said the pressure has been building and that “the only reason it hasn’t turned hot is the outlier of Trump’s election. If Clinton had won, we’d already be there.”

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Well it’s just about one year since the inauguration and the burning question is this:

Why is it that all the libtards who said they would move to Canada if Trump got elected are still here?

His crime against humanity has morphed from colluding with the Russians, to being mentally unfit to govern, to being a blatant racist.

Just how many Americans on an annual basis emigrate to Haiti or Somalia?

Ever since immigrants have been coming here they have been coming to either avoid persecution or to escape some shithole.

Would the Irish have come here if the potato famine ( funny how there was enough of a crop to feed the English) hadn’t turned the place into a shithole for them.

How many Jews would be here if the Czar hadn’t made eastern Europe a shithole for them so his one-third plan would succeed: One third dies, one third leaves and one third converts from Judaism.

Nobody is leaving a position as an investment banker to wash dishes in a Denny’s.

The call of the subversive is to shelter under the cloak of noble immigrant and persecuted refugee every fence-jumping felon and jihadist that makes it through.

The immigrant is the new “noble savage”, a patronizing and racist fabrication that was the image of American Indians.

Does “I love my children so much I robbed a bank to give them the means to achieve their dream” get me safe haven in a  sanctuary city?

The bigger point here is that calling some one a racist is less an act of exposing an injustice and more of making sure your opponent is occupied with defending himself and you now control the narrative.

Samuel Grosvenor Wood, A mid century Hollywood director, testified before the House Un-American activities Committee in 1947.

He stated:

“If you mention you are opposed to the Communist Party, then you are anti-labor, anti-Semitic or anti-Negro and you will end up being called a fascist, but they never start that until they find out that you are opposed to the Communist Party.”

Control the narrative – flip that shit –

If some one bashes Trump ask them why they are a Communist.

#MAGA:

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New York City Police Shoot Unarmed Muslim Truck Driver

This is what the headlines look like when terror acts like the one that took place in Manhattan are perpetrated in Israel.

In spite of the fact that American news stories refer to truck attacks that have happened in France, Germany and England, the Israelis were the first victims of vehicle attacks.

Add this to the list of “Palestinian” contributions to world culture, along with plane hijackings and  suicide vest bombings.

Somehow different parameters exist when the terrorists call themselves Palestinian and the victims are Jews.

Maybe we need to increase truck regulations.

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And then it’s “Ease on Down The Road” for cowardly lion, brainless scarecrow and the man behind the curtain, all rolled into one.

Some suggestions for him;

Greeter at Walmart

Parking lot escort for Publix

Bathroom attendant at Ansonia Bathouse

Shoeshine Boy

Our Worthless Prez...

Our Worthless Prez…

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The changing linguistic landscape has given new meaning to some very familiar terms, thanks in no small part to the media and academia.

For example:

  • Mentally disturbed individual = Muslim terrorist
  • Lone wolf = Muslim terrorist who was aided by friends, family and community.
  • Islamophobia = The heightened mental state of being aware of Muslim terrorists.
  • Anti-Zionist = Classic Jew hating Nazi bigot.

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‘Nuff said

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This type of black on white violence (Domestic Urban Terrorism) is yet another reason for Americans to own automatic weapons with large capacity magazines. Many of us already do.

I hope they try this shit with me sometime. To borrow from the chopper door-gunner in the movie Full Metal Jacket, I guarantee you that I’ll “GET SOME!”

From last year, but it’s a goody:

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Black mob picks on ‘The Wrong Guy’
‘Knockout Game’ results backfire when ‘victim’ is armed

By Colin Flaherty | WND

deandre_feltonDeAndre Felton and his crew had a problem: The mall was closed. The curfew in effect. But they were still high on drugs and wanted to have more fun. So they decided to beat someone up.

Turns out they chose The Wrong Guy.

They had just come from a local park where DeAndre and 15 others beat up two girls, sending one to the hospital with a broken arm.

So DeAndre came up with an increasingly popular idea: In St. Louis they call it the Knockout Game. In Illinois, Polar Bear Hunting.

Regardless of what DeAndre in Meriden, Conn., called it, the rules are the same all over: Find a person who looks defenseless. Then punch him. Or kick him until you get tired or he is knocked out. Or worse. Game over.

DeAndre was part of a pattern of hundreds of examples of black mob violence documented in more than 80 cities revealed in “White Girl Bleed a Lot: The return of racial violence and how the media ignore it.

DeAndre knew The Knockout Game was usually pretty safe. For the attacker, that is. In Meriden, victims aren’t likely to carry concealed weapons. Nor do they fight back: As one player said in Philadelphia as his victim begged for mercy: “It’s not our fault you can’t fight.”

See the Big List of black mob violence.

So when DeAndre and his gang of eight to 10 left the parking lot in a Meriden mall just a few weeks ago – soon after the park beat-down – he was confident little could go wrong when he told his friends he wanted to “beat someone up.”

They found their victim a few minutes later. Soon DeAndre and his confederate, Deshaun Jones, were peeling off from the group, heading for a guy walking home from work. Alone. (more…)

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