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Liberal Antisemitism, Why?

A better question is, “Why does liberal antisemitism exist?”


SAN FRANCISCO - In a bizarre attack, a well-known author and Holocaust scholar was dragged out of a San Francisco hotel elevator by an apparent Holocaust denier who reportedly had been trailing him for weeks.

In a posting Tuesday on the anti-Zionist Web site ZioPedia, a writer using the name Eric Hunt takes credit for the attack: ?After ensuring no women would be traumatized by what I had to do (I had been trailing Wiesel for weeks), I stopped the elevator at the sixth floor. I pulled Wiesel out of the elevator. I said I wanted to interview him.?

They also run the full complement of anti-American Iraq war propaganda so beloved of our loyal opposition on the Leftard wing of the Democratic party.
http://dreadpundit.blogspot.com/2007/02/elie-wiesel-attacked-by-neo-nazi.html
http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/17193352/
http://72.14.209.104/search?q=cache:6jY4kcgsHYwJ:www.ziopedia.org/+ziopedia&hl=en&ct=clnk&cd=1&gl=us

[quote]pookie wrote:
Headhunter wrote:
“Fucking Jew Bastard!” is a very famous Hillary Clinton quote. This is, of course, anti-semitism. Just one of her gems…

Maybe she was addressing a Jewish gentleman, born out of wedlock, who was at that time engaged in intercourse?

You always assume the worst.
[/quote]Tell us how you really feel, Pookie.
http://www.T-Nation.com/readTopic.do?id=1437403

Hmm, I think you missed the sarcasm in several posts you quoted as an example…

Anyway, were you planning to draw a link to “liberal” somewhere or are you just not done posting your preamble yet?

[quote]vroom wrote:
Hmm, I think you missed the sarcasm in several posts you quoted as an example…

Anyway, were you planning to draw a link to “liberal” somewhere or are you just not done posting your preamble yet?[/quote]
You are apparently missing a lot of things, mon ami.

[quote]Haq liked to talk about politics (he was a Democrat and a John Kerry supporter)…
Haq said Fox News was the worst, Renner says, because “it was owned by the most Jews.”[/quote]
Naveed Afzal Haq was a Kerry-loving democrat and hated Fox News? Say it isn’t so.
http://www.thestranger.com/seattle/Content?oid=45227

[quote]Juan Blanco wrote:
vroom wrote:
Hmm, I think you missed the sarcasm in several posts you quoted as an example…

Anyway, were you planning to draw a link to “liberal” somewhere or are you just not done posting your preamble yet?
You are apparently missing a lot of things, mon ami.
Haq liked to talk about politics (he was a Democrat and a John Kerry supporter)…
Haq said Fox News was the worst, Renner says, because “it was owned by the most Jews.”
Naveed Afzal Haq was a Kerry-loving democrat and hated Fox News? Say it isn’t so.
http://www.thestranger.com/seattle/Content?oid=45227
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Naveed_Haq[/quote]

So, let’s see, you think that the fact that politicians have all kinds of supporters means something about the politician?

It doesn’t work that way. For example, I’m sure there are some pretty nutbird supporters of Bush, but that doesn’t make Bush a nutbird.

Are you really stupid enough to try to take one persons stated opinion and paint everyone with it?

Judging by all your bizarre little posts over the last little while, I guess you are. Congratulations on being another pawn in the political game!

Thank You.

[quote]vroom wrote:
So, let’s see, you think that the fact that politicians have all kinds of supporters means something about the politician?[/quote]

You’re so right.

Having supporters who come down with sudden jihad syndrome, while killing Jewish people, means nothing.

But wait. He wasn’t really anti-semitic. What he actually said was, “I am a Muslim American, angry at Israel!” See? He just opposed the policies of Israel… while killing Jewish people in America.

“A central thesis of my book Beyond Chutzpah is that whenever Israel faces a public relations debacle its apologists sound the alarm that a “new anti-Semitism” is upon us.”
http://www.normanfinkelstein.com/article.php?pg=11&ar=516

The crime:
[i]the suspect dragged Wiesel from the elevator, police said. [no witnesses]

Wiesel began yelling, and the suspect ran away down the elevator, police said…

The charge:
He [Eric Hunt] faces charges that include attempted kidnapping, false imprisonment, elder abuse, stalking, battery and the commission of a hate crime, according to San Francisco police.

He was being held without bail in the Somerset County Jail in New Jersey, awaiting extradition to San Francisco…[/i]
http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/17193352/

Here it comes… wait for it…
Wiesel: Attack Shows Holocaust Deniers Are Getting Bolder
My incident shows a global trend; if society doesn’t act immediately against these individuals it will end up encouraging others to do the same,” he said.
http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/17123397/

Wiesel–survivor of TWO death camps, is pulled off an elevator–this constitutes a “global trend” that Holocaust deniers are dangerous lunatics that must be swiftly dealt with… hmmm.


Hate Crime Charges Filed Against Five Jewish Teenagers in Brooklyn

Jewish-Muslim Incident Rocks Ethnic Balance
Police booked the five teenagers - ranging in age from 15 to 17 - for a hate crime, as well as for a gang assault and criminal possession of a weapon. Since then, the teenagers have pleaded not guilty and, to the consternation of some Muslim leaders, received a show of support from the local Orthodox Jewish state assembly member, who accused Amber of instigating the beating…

Even before the first court appearance, the teenagers received support from Dov Hikind, a local state assembly member who is known for his close ties to the Orthodox community. Hikind was quoted last week in a Brooklyn newspaper, the King’s Courier, saying that it was Amber who had provoked the teenagers.

“When the whole story comes out, the entire thing is going to be considered an unfortunate incident,” Hikind told the paper…

Hate crime charges have been dropped, but group of Jewish teens still face heavy jail time
02/08/2007
Despite allegations that the five teens called 24-year-old Amber Shahid a terrorist and demanded that he leave the country, hate crime charges on which they were initially arrested were mysteriously absent when a criminal indictment was handed down on February 1…
http://www.flatbushlife.com/site/tab4.cfm?newsid=17829780&BRD=2384&PAG=461&dept_id=552850&rfi=6

Five Jews pummeling a Pakistani with brass knuckles–not a hate crime.

Pulling Elie Wiesel from an elevator? (any bets)

Right! And 9-11 was, “an inside job.”


This proves… uh, something?

[quote]Juan Blanco wrote:
Right! And 9-11 was, “an inside job.” [/quote]

Ha, ha. What the hell does that have to do with what I had just posted?

Just curious, would this be an example of anti-Semitism or just plain irony…?

$1 million for arrest of American al Qaeda charged with treason
WASHINGTON (CNN) – An American al Qaeda propagandist was indicted Wednesday on treason charges, the first person charged with the offense during the United States’ war on terrorism, officials said.

Adam Yahiye Gadahn, who has appeared in five al Qaeda videos, is also charged with offering material support for terrorism, U.S. Deputy Attorney General Paul McNulty said.
http://www.cnn.com/2006/LAW/10/11/gadahn/index.html

Al-Qaida terrorist has Jewish roots
Jerusalem Post
Sep. 3, 2006
A man who starred in a video released by al-Qaida’s deputy leader Ayman al-Zawahri on Saturday, inviting Americans to convert to Islam, has been identified as Adam Yehiye Gadahn, an American with Jewish ancestry.
http://www.jpost.com/servlet/Satellite?pagename=JPost%2FJPArticle%2FShowFull&cid=1154525995106

Gadahn’s Jewish paternal grandfather, Carl Pearlman, was a prominent surgeon and on the Board of Directors of the Anti-Defamation League.

Adam Pearlman
http://www.fbi.gov/wanted/terrorists/gadahn_a.htm

[quote]etaco wrote:
This proves… uh, something?[/quote]

Hard to tell what’s going on anymore.

Neo-Nazi rally was organized by FBI informant
February 15, 2007
A paid FBI informant was the man behind a neo-Nazi march through the streets of Parramore that stirred up anxiety in Orlando’s black community and fears of racial unrest that triggered a major police mobilization.

That revelation came Wednesday in an unrelated federal court hearing and has prompted outrage from black leaders, some of whom demanded an investigation into whether the February 2006 march was, itself, an event staged by law-enforcement agencies.
http://www.orlandosentinel.com/news/local/orange/orl-mhate1507feb15%2C0%2C4658933.story?coll=orl-news-headlines-orange

So a holocaust denier is a lib, therefore all libs are anti-semites…

So a raving drunk redneck is a neo-con, therefore all neocons are raving drunk rednecks…

Your… just stupid.

[quote]Beowolf wrote:

You[’]r[e]… just stupid.[/quote]
You’re saying?

[quote]JustTheFacts wrote:
$1 million for arrest of American al Qaeda charged with treason
[/quote]

I’ve been wondering how long it would take to charge him with treason.

And now the question is: does talking on a video, expressing political opinions count as ‘providing aid and comfort,’ or ‘material support to terrorism?’

And is that really the road we want to go down…

[quote]nephorm wrote:
JustTheFacts wrote:
$1 million for arrest of American al Qaeda charged with treason

I’ve been wondering how long it would take to charge him with treason.

And now the question is: does talking on a video, expressing political opinions count as ‘providing aid and comfort,’ or ‘material support to terrorism?’

And is that really the road we want to go down…[/quote]

“al Qaeda spokesman” – they are really reaching aren’t they.

CHAOS A.D