Sunday, November 08, 2009

Elie Wiesel-issued tweet 'on the GOP Tea Party's anti-Semitism and Holocaust comparisons: "This kind of political hatred is indecent and disgusting" '


Chris Moore asks: So according to Wiesel’s innuendo, the Tea Party participants are now to be regarded as a mob of anti-Semites?

Why is it that whenever an American populist uprising begins in earnest, no matter how moderate and well-behaved, the Zionist and Holocaust profiteering complex that is so integral to (and interwoven within) the corrupt establishment, immediately seeks to marginalize it as "anti-Semitic"? If those merely seeking just and competent governance and representation are anti-Semitic for having the temerity to exercise their democratic and Constitutional rights of assembly and expression, what does that say about those establishmentarians leveling the charge? That they despise democracy?

This contempt and hatred for average (goy) Americans seeking self-determination (as opposed to being treated by the establishment as dumb cattle unworthy of consideration) would certainly be consistent with the Judeofascist attitudes towards Gentiles, and the attitudes of Judeofascism’s elitist collaborators towards the American masses.

It seems Judeofascist contempt for the average folk may be virulent, and endemic among the new American elite.

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