Portrait of a Liberal Jew

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Several years ago, I had a particularly annoying neighbor in the form of a short, squat, bitchy, and ugly little Jewish cunt. The Washington license plates on her car, and the leftist and liberal stickers that literally covered the ass end of it, told me more about this person than I ever cared or wanted to know. However, being the open-minded, friendly, and nice guy that I usually am, I tried to get along with this horrifying creature in ways I'll probably always regret.

 

Although I instantly pegged her as the slumming little JAP that she was, we sort of got along for a couple of weeks, but when she realized that I wasn't a leftist, communist, whitey-guilt ridden asshole, she immediately changed her tune. It started when she proudly showed off her latest bumper sticker - "A village in Texas is missing its IDIOT!" My jaded reply was something like, "The Lost and Found is in DC, where most of the rest of them are, especially the Democrats." That immediately got a dirty look, which portended more deterioration in our "relationship."

 

The 2008 election sealed the deal, not only for my hatred toward her, but others of her ilk. She planted Obama signs all over the place, including mine; when I moved the propaganda back to her side, she moved them right back over. She didn't get the message until I tore them all up and put the pile on her doorstep, with a remarkably polite request to cease and desist, which the politi-cunt did. Little did I know, it was only the first attempt by this despicable slime at trampling my civil rights; the little commie cunt also had a habit of opening my mail and parcels.

 

Most prominent on her Prius's rear end (how fucking appropriate) was the Obama "Hope" sticker, upon which some Christian wag had neatly superimposed a Jesus Christ "Hope" sticker done in the same way. I saw it one morning on the way to work and chuckled. When I came home later that day, Ms. JAP Slummer was scraping away that sticker as if it was some form of bubonic plague skin rash, which to her, certainly was. The look I got was probably similar to a Jew facing Adolf Eichmann: "You did this, didn't you, you evil bastard!" For someone seemingly so against "judging a book by its cover", she validated her leftist credentials by doing exactly that.

 

Despite her strident and well-advertised stands about the environment, Ms. JAP Slummer alone generated more trash in a weekend than a family of six did in a month. Of course, being the "environmentalist" that she was, 100% of her trash went into the Recycle can, which, to her warped mentality, made her a better person. When I pointed out to her that not all trash is able to be recycled, I was a Blue-Collared Nazi Fascist Bastard Racist Sexist Homophobic Asshole, which is pretty standard to the point of being boring. To be honest, if I was a Jewish trust-funder who had nothing but TONS of free time to think about what assholes those Blue-Collared Nazi Fascist Bastard Racist Sexist Homophobic Assholes are, my thoughts and activities would probably be somewhere else.

 

Although Ms. JAP Slummer, like ALL liberals I know, drives like a homicidal maniac and gives scant regard for her fellow humans, she became completely UNGLUED when she found a dead pigeon...on her doorstep! Being the right-wing gun nut that I am, I was behind this cold-blooded murder! (I didn't find out until several months ago that it was another neighbor, ironically, another liberal, who smoked the bird, and was the one who made the "delivery", because he found her almost as annoying as I did, lol). In a very short period of time, I went from trying to get along with someone, to tolerating them, to resenting them, and finally, to hating their fucking guts and wanting them to die as violently as possible.

 

It all came to a head one day. While drinking beer and cleaning guns after a good day of target shooting, Ms. JAP Slummer came home, saw what we were doing, stomped into her house and slammed her door so hard that several glass panes broke. After a moment of stunned silence, we carried on, making a point to be as loud and obnoxious as possible. I'm shocked to this day that the cunt didn't call the cops.

 

Anyway, this monstrosity sums up most liberals in general, and at least one Jewish liberal in particular, and nicely encapsulates their litany of hypocrisy, in that they HATE hate, are totally INTOLERANT of intolerance, seemingly loathe the country of their birth and the society that allows them to propagate their idiotic beliefs, and despises the law and order that generally keeps people like me from SLAUGHTERING them like the fucking vermin that they truly and completely are. So much for being a nice guy.

Comments

Johnny Fever Added Oct 10, 2018 - 6:38am
For whatever it's worth, the only thing worse than a Jewish cunt is a non-Jewish cunt.  
Michael B. Added Oct 10, 2018 - 6:41am
@ JF - A well-funded yet misguided cunt is the worst of all of the smelly gashes, lol.
David Montaigne Added Oct 10, 2018 - 7:24am
You certainly described someone I would never want to know or have next door... but I try not to make broad generalizations.  I know many closed-minded hypocritical idiots in every group including my own...  I also know great people I would want as neighbors including Christians, Jews, Muslims, even liberals... Jimmy Carter would have been a great next-door neighbor - just not a good president.
Unfortunately many of the most ignorant and closed minded and hypocritical people I see are also the loudest and have the highest expectations that they are right and everyone else must agree.  I'll continue to politely point out when they're obviously wrong.
Leroy Added Oct 10, 2018 - 7:38am
I don't know how I always end up with liberal neighbors.  They have one thing in common; they always treat my property as theirs.  When they replaced their A/C unit, they put the old in the middle of my yard.  I protested, of course.  They gave me a perfectly logical explanation.  They were afraid it would leak oil and didn't want to mess up the sidewalk or their yard.  And, the two older kids each drive a Prius complete with Hillary stickers.  The adults drive Hybrid behemoths.  You know the type.  At my previous residence, I was putting out insecticide around the house.  My neighbor marches over demanding to know what I am doing telling me that she was concerned about her cat.  I promptly told her the solution to her problem was to keep her cat off my property.  She later built a structure that overhung my property.  I told her what she was doing was not allowed by code.  I left on business for three weeks.  I came back and the structure was complete.  I called code enforcement.  They told her she either had to move it or get my agreement.  The bitch threatened me.  Actually, she was a witch.  I forced her to move it.    
Jeffry Gilbert Added Oct 10, 2018 - 8:01am
I'll repeat here what I posted recently elsewhere:
 
What's the difference between a J.A.P. and a toilet"
 
A toilet won't follow you around after you use it. 
The Burghal Hidage Added Oct 10, 2018 - 8:14am
I remember that one :)
Dino Manalis Added Oct 10, 2018 - 8:31am
 Keep politics out of neighborly relations!
R. V. Datmir Added Oct 10, 2018 - 9:25am
A Japanese American artist, Roger Shimomura got annoyed about the acronym J. A. P. so he made the acronym K. I. K. E. Kinky Immature Kimono Empress. Let's just say everyone was offended and nobody got the point.
 
This "woman" probably needs to see that piece.
Ward Tipton Added Oct 10, 2018 - 9:52am
When last I lived in the States, my next door neighbors were about eight kilometers away ... about five miles as the crow flies ... more by "road".
Michael B. Added Oct 10, 2018 - 12:04pm
@ David M. - Well put!
Michael B. Added Oct 10, 2018 - 12:04pm
@ Leroy - That sounds about right, lol. I can only imagine what would have transpired had the opposite occurred. Many of them seem to think like women, in that what is "theirs" is also "mine", however, "mine" means exactly that - MINE, not YOURS.
Michael B. Added Oct 10, 2018 - 12:05pm
@ Captain Gilbert - One day she was outside gardening, which compelled me to play Frank Zappa's "Jewish Princess". Also, you had to go and do it and make me dust off some old jokes:
 
My version of your joke went like, "What's the difference between a JAP and a washing machine? The washing machine doesn't follow you around everywhere after you put a load into it."
 
How do you know when a JAP has an orgasm? She drops her emery board.
 
Have you seen the new JAP horror movie? It's called Debbie Does Dishes.
 
What's a JAP's favorite position? Facing Bloomingdale's.
 
On and on, lol.
Michael B. Added Oct 10, 2018 - 12:05pm
@ R.V.D. - Thanks, I'll have to check that out!
Michael B. Added Oct 10, 2018 - 12:05pm
@ Ward T. - Consider yourself lucky, which I'm sure you do, lol.
Ken Added Oct 10, 2018 - 12:11pm
Many of the Jews that I know consider the liberal Juew to be "self-hating Jew".  Most of them are not active practitioners and tend to vote against the best interest of their faith.  It is much like the liberal Catholics that deny the basic tenet of their faith by supporting abortion (which is sad how many priests boast their support of this and the Pope does nothing, including the Catholic Universities that promote it)
Jeffry Gilbert Added Oct 10, 2018 - 12:18pm
What do you get when you cross a JAP with an IBM?
 
A computer that won't go down. 
Michael B. Added Oct 10, 2018 - 12:31pm
@ Ken - Yes, I've known a few "self-hating" Jews, including one I dated for a couple of years, but, as I correctly predicted, she returned to her Jewishness with a militant fervor. I used to tell her more than half-jokingly that she was going out with me to get back at her parents. The subject of my post seemed to be very proud to be a living, breathing, walking, and talking embodiment of just about every negative Jewish and/or female sterotype that I know of.
Michael B. Added Oct 10, 2018 - 12:36pm
@ Captain Gilbert - LOL, I'll have to review my old "Truly Tasteless Jokes" books, if I still have any of them.
 
When my landlady told me the cunt was moving, I wasn't displeased. She went on to say that she was pregnant (not surprisingly, by artificial insemination) and that's why she was moving. My Good Riddance present to Ms. JAP Slummer was a box of frozen pops, which I found at the top of the garbage later that evening, lol. It was more than worth a couple of bucks. her "Goodbye, white goy asshole" present was a large coiled spring outside my front door as a booby trap of sorts. And they wonder why they're hated so much.
R. V. Datmir Added Oct 10, 2018 - 12:44pm
Romanes eunt domus! In Wome!
Bill Added Oct 10, 2018 - 3:25pm
Seriously though, when did the left get so intolerant? It wasn't always that way. Swear to God.
Koshersalaami Added Oct 10, 2018 - 4:28pm
When did the LEFT get so intolerant? Have you read this piece? You can read this and come to the conclusion that the left has a monopoly on intolerance? 
 
If this is any indication, we have a ways to go before we catch up. Which, given how intolerant the left can get, is pretty sick. 
Ken Added Oct 10, 2018 - 4:36pm
Seriously though, when did the left get so intolerant? It wasn't always that way. Swear to God.
 
When hasn't it been?  The entire basis of the formation of the democrat party was slavery and it has been racist throughout its history.  Once it moved on from the party of Slavery to the party of Marx and Hegel it became even more intolerant only in a more subtle way.  It is only in the past decade or two that it has openly begun showing who it is, but it has always been there.  The entire ideology of the left is built on intolerance.
Ken Added Oct 10, 2018 - 5:47pm
And while a slightly different topic - another perfect example of Jew-Hate from theUN!
Doug Plumb Added Oct 10, 2018 - 6:10pm
Johnny re "For whatever it's worth, the only thing worse than a Jewish cunt is a non-Jewish cunt. "
 
A true Jewish Supremist.
 
Ken, The Jews created the UN. Rockefeller (Rothstein) donated 8 million dollars worth of land for its construction.
Doug Plumb Added Oct 10, 2018 - 6:13pm
Ken, you are another supremist by stating the the location of Jewish holy sites could not be on agreed upon Palestinian land. Its empirical fact or not, nothing to do with anti-semitism. Stop reading Scofield.
Mustafa Kemal Added Oct 10, 2018 - 6:30pm
Ken,
re:"Many of the Jews that I know consider the liberal Juew to be "self-hating Jew".
 
Almost all the of the  very many Jews I know I suppose would be called liberal. As a general rule they are extremely well educated and intelligent. I even knew one that marched with Dr. Martin Luther King.
Two of them are vice presidents at JP Morgan.
 
As far as self hating, I dont see that at all. One time I was the only goyim at a thanksgiving dinner. with a long table set for 30. They seemed to be pretty happy with their Jewishness.  
 
The labels anti-semite and self hating jew are essentially the same:  the narrative controlling techniques of the Israel lobby and their shills.
 
Mustafa
Mustafa Kemal Added Oct 10, 2018 - 6:31pm
As for JAP jokes;
Q: What is a JAPs favorite wine.
A: I wanna go to Florida
 
Ken Added Oct 10, 2018 - 7:19pm
Ken, you are another supremist by stating the the location of Jewish holy sites could not be on agreed upon Palestinian land. Its empirical fact or not, nothing to do with anti-semitism. Stop reading Scofield.
 
Where is it "agreed upon palestinian land"?  What land have palestinians ever agreed to?  For that matter, define what a palestinian even is.  I don't even know woh Scofield is, never read him.  To deny that the UN is hugely anti-semitic is absurd beyond belief, but then - your anti jewish comments are absurd beyond beliefs.
 
And because a single jew Rockefeller - means "the jews created the UN" is absurd as well.  One Rich, liberal NY Jew gave land for a world governing bod (before Israel even existed) and now you claim that the UN is pro-Jew?  that is so uncredible it is incredible.
Ken Added Oct 10, 2018 - 7:24pm
Mustafa - most of the "self-hating" Jews mentioned, are liberal, but being liberal doesn't mean self-hating.  The liberal self-hating jew is frequently a non-observant jew.  Bernie Sanders is a perfect example.  He is ethnically a Jew, but considers himself an atheist.  He considers himself to not have anything in common with many or most jews.  He denies his heritage and considers himself an atheist.
 
The jews you are describing are clearly observing their faith and tradition.  I would say that is the difference between what I am describing and what you are observing.
Koshersalaami Added Oct 10, 2018 - 7:27pm
The Rockefellers are not now and never have been Jewish. That’s been a particularly weird canard for years. I don’t know where it came from. Not that I’d have any objection, I kind of liked Nelson, but no. 
 
 
Ken Added Oct 10, 2018 - 7:28pm
Nelson the tax cheat? haha
Koshersalaami Added Oct 10, 2018 - 7:34pm
Ken’s assertion that “to deny that the UN is hugely anti-semitic is absurd beyond belief” is entirely correct. Israel is pretty middle of the road when it comes to human rights around the world and yet attracts more condemnation resolutions based on human rights than the rest of the membership combined. Israel is the only member state with enough seniority to have served on the Security Council that has never been permitted to. 
 
Though anti-semitism and anti-Zionism overlap a lot, they are not the same thing. I wouldn’t call this post anti-Zionistic, but it’s obviously anti-semitic, being full of all sorts of stereotypes about Jews. This isn’t about the Holocaust, this isn’t about shoving guilt, it’s just about having enough sense not to generalize your ass off. 
R. V. Datmir Added Oct 10, 2018 - 7:37pm
Given how liberal college campuses are nowadays (almost Jacobéan, to tell the truth), it would be pretty appropriate for Ivy League activists to push for a university guillotine. And maybe replace all the Che Guevara posters with images of Maximilien Robespierre.
Cullen Kehoe Added Oct 10, 2018 - 8:04pm
It sounds like the Jewish component is irrelevant. There are countless other "Gentile" liberals who behave in this same manner. 
Cullen Kehoe Added Oct 10, 2018 - 8:11pm
I will add that the education system must be breaking down because it used to be universally accepted that human emotions need to be restrained in public life.
 
Mobs (with raging emotions) lead to pitchforks, headless bodies, and reigns of terror. 

Apparently today the most educated and elite among us think living driven purely by emotion leads to great results (individually and collectively for society). And I'd argue it doesn't. Anger, for instance, is a primal emotion that doesn't always lead to good results. 

That could be applied to the most extreme of Trump's supporters as well. 
Mustafa Kemal Added Oct 10, 2018 - 8:17pm
Ken, 
""Many of the Jews that I know consider the liberal Juew to be "self-hating Jew".
 "but being liberal doesn't mean self-hating. "
 
You're running me around in circles. Lets please  stop.
 
As far as i can tell a self-hating Jew is one that disapproves of the kill ratio in Lebanon in 2006. 
 
If the individual is not Jewish, then the word anti-semite is used.
 
Mustafa
Mustafa Kemal Added Oct 10, 2018 - 8:22pm
Kosher,
re:Ken’s assertion that “to deny that the UN is hugely anti-semitic is absurd beyond belief” is entirely correct."
 
Clearly the UN has a problem with Israel, I think that most of the world other than the US and UK have. 
Can you point to some evidence of anti-semitism?
 
Mustafa
Flying Junior Added Oct 10, 2018 - 8:24pm
Well that was a complete waste of time.
Ken Added Oct 10, 2018 - 8:26pm
Mustafa - a liberal of jewish heritage that rejects his or her heritage is a "self hating" jew.  I don't know of any conservative jews that reject their history and heritage.
Mustafa Kemal Added Oct 10, 2018 - 8:26pm
FJ, I didnt even read it.
Mustafa Kemal Added Oct 10, 2018 - 8:37pm
Ken, we continue to waltz, its a three step:
: - a liberal of jewish heritage that rejects his or her heritage is a "self hating" jew.  I don't know of any conservative jews that reject their history and heritage."

Ok, I guess.  But I dont know any Jews that reject their history or heritage and as I said Ive known and know quite a few, some have been my most important teachers.   
 
 
Here is where this started
"Many of the Jews that I know consider the liberal Juew to be "self-hating Jew".

Well, I guess the Jews you know are simply guilty of overgeneralization, or you did not state their position accurately.
Mustafa
 
 
 
Mustafa Kemal Added Oct 10, 2018 - 8:38pm
Cullen
"Apparently today the most educated and elite among us think living driven purely by emotion leads to great results"
 
where do you get this nonsense?
Cullen Kehoe Added Oct 10, 2018 - 8:47pm
@Mustafa - Here are a few that took a few seconds too Google. It's simply full of emotional language, sometimes calling for violence or public acts of harassment that can lead to violence simply because Republicans disagree politically with Democrats:
 
Eric Holder calls for kicking (violence) against Republicans: 
 
https://news.grabien.com/story-eric-holder-when-republicans-go-low-we-kick-them
 
Maxine Waters tells Democrat supporters to harass Trump supporters and members of the Trump admin wherever they are: 
 
https://edition.cnn.com/2018/06/25/politics/maxine-waters-trump-officials/index.html
 
 
Praising violence and thugs who conduct violence for left causes (Antifa): 
 
https://www.quora.com/Is-Antifa-praised-by-the-left-Who-supports-them
 
 
[Hillary] Clinton compared the handling of Kavanaugh's confirmation to "Republican operatives shutting down the voting in 2000," the "swift-boating of John Kerry," attacks on former Arizona Sen. John McCain in the 2000 Republican primary and "what they did to me for 25 years." 
"When you're dealing with an ideological party that is driven by the lust for power, that is funded by corporate interests who want a government that does its bidding, you can be civil but you can't overcome what they intend to do unless you win elections," she told Amanpour. 
 
https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/politics/onpolitics/2018/10/09/hillary-clinton-cnn-interview/1578636002/
 
Cullen Kehoe Added Oct 10, 2018 - 8:58pm
I could go on: a public speech by Ann Coulter at Berkley shut down by violent protests. 
 
https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/grade-point/wp/2017/04/26/ann-coulter-speech-canceled-at-uc-berkeley-amid-fears-for-safety/?utm_term=.a5d4283e505d 
 
The media praising violence committed by Antifa to peaceful protesters. In the weird, emotional world of left-leaning folks violence is good, if it's for a good cause and it's done to people peacefully assembling who are "bad".
 
You can go on all day. The inconsistencies of folks on the Left can be explained easily...they're very emotional. And emotions, if left unrestrained, can lead you to strange results at times. 
Ken Added Oct 10, 2018 - 9:50pm
Cullen, i just posted an article about that with many of those.  I have been pulling quotes for past couple of hours to build my case
Koshersalaami Added Oct 10, 2018 - 10:47pm
Mustafa,
To answer your question:
China is quite harsh toward a lot of its minorities, including religious minorities (Christian and Muslim) and Tibetans. Russia isn’t exactly great when it comes to Chechens. The US is not great when it comes to Native Americans - see what the Supreme Court just said about voter ID laws in North Dakota designed to minimize Native votes. Nor is Canada. The Philippines now features human rights violations including killing people suspected of dealing drugs without due process.  In the Middle East, you can look at how damned near every country treats Jews - though most have left as a result of that treatment - with the possible exception of Morocco. The Palestinian Authority does not accept Jews, even if they have religious objections to the existence of the State of Israel. (Israel is considerably more tolerant toward Muslim citizens - not perfectly so, but better.) Saudi Arabia does not generally allow Jews to visit the country. Syria is responsible for more Palestinian deaths than Israel is, at least over the past few years. And yet the UN concentrates overwhelmingly on Israel in terms of its resolutions. Not even North Korea gets the sort of vilification Israel does. What makes Israel singled out if it isn’t a truly exceptionally bad human rights record? We all know the one thing that makes Israel different. There aren’t too many conclusions you can reach from these actions. And, outside the UN and on the American Left, none of these other worse human rights violators get BDS movements. 
 
By the way, FYI, goyim is plural. Goy is singular. 
 
And I appreciate your observations on self-hating. 
Flying Junior Added Oct 10, 2018 - 11:02pm
Ken,
 
Please refrain from further commenting on Jews.  We have quite enough hating and judging on people based upon their religion, race or ethnicity.
 
That's why it's called prejudice.  A person is judged solely upon one's own preconceptions.
 
On a related note, thank the Goddess that POS MEFOBILLS finally gave up the ghost.
 
MB,
 
I'm not accusing you of anti-semitism.  I just wanted more character development.  It could have been a really funny piece.
Michael B. Added Oct 11, 2018 - 8:11am
OMG, so many comments in so little time! As much as I'd like to respond to them, I'll limit them to FJ's comment, which encapsulates many of the others:
 
"MB,

I'm not accusing you of anti-semitism. I just wanted more character development. It could have been a really funny piece."
 
Funny, I thought it was a HILARIOUS piece! Ironically, I left so much out, lol. You're absolutely correct in a non-PC way for once, in that it suffered from a lack of character development, but as the subject was underdeveloped and severely lacking in character, it was par for the course.

Another puzzling aspect of PCness is that the left is spring-loaded toward identifying anything and everything that they can conceivably construe as some form of virulent "ism". FJ's comment is a case in point; please show me anywhere in this post where I'm "anti-Semitic", dude. You stupid fucking assholes are so brainwashed that you can't accept an objective description of anything that doesn't meld with your very smelly views, to the point where a desert to others is a jungle to you. I welcome suggestions for a more PC-friendly title and/or topic to this post; not to improve my writing, but rather to give me more ammo to make fun of you, as if you're not supplying copious quantities of it already, lol.
Koshersalaami Added Oct 11, 2018 - 9:04am
Show you where in the piece you’re antisemitic? 
 
Maybe you don’t get the concept of bigotry. It’s possible. Maybe you don’t have any experience thinking like a minority, in which case I envy you your security. I assume you don’t have family who bigotry has cost anything, like my grandfather having to pass as Christian to work for a defense contractor in NYC during WWII because the contractor didn’t hire Jews. (I’m picking a mild example to avoid stereotyping. I have way worse.)
 
OK, and I’m giving this an actual shot rather than simply cursing you out, calling you a few dozen names, whatever. Bigotry is all about generalizing. Someone goes into the wrong neighborhood, gets mugged by a Black guy, and concludes that they’re all like that and that it’s all about how they’re criminal by nature, it’s in their culture, whatever, and that the world would be a better place if they straightened up and flew right. Some cops think this and the profiling starts, even if the profiling makes no sense, like Blacks being pulled over by cops for drug searches disproportionately in spite of the fact that illegal drug use is higher per capita among Whites. Assumptions are made so when a father shopping with his son picks up a toy gun at a display in a store, he gets shot to death by an overzealous cop who is viewed as justified and not charged with anything. Or when a Black male is convicted of a crime and, because of a judge’s assumptions and resentments, gets a sentence double or triple what a White defendant gets for a similar crime (having a similar criminal record - this happens enough to make a national statistical difference). Or when a Black Harvard professor locks himself out of his house, is found breaking in, produces ID showing that he lives there, and is arrested anyway. 
 
Ok, generalizing, stereotyping, and the consequences. Got that? Now look at your title. And then your antagonist makes her entrance. You don’t draw the portrait through her actions. You draw it initially, quoting here, as “short, squat, bitchy, and ugly little Jewish cunt.” 
 
This piece is not about your neighbor. It’s about drawing generalizations from your neighbor. And, of course, you used a derogatory term about Jewish women as soon as the second paragraph. By the way, I’m curious how you’d react if someone stuck a bumper sticker on your car that you disagreed with. Are you telling me that if someone stuck a Coexist sticker or some such thing on your car that you wouldn’t scrape it away as if it were some sort of bubonic plague skin rash? 
 
So law and order is what keeps people like you from SLAUGHTERING liberal Jewish girls like the vermin they truly are? Vermin? And you can’t find the antisemitism here? 
 
My guess is you’re going to tell me it’s a joke. Are you trying to tell me you’re making fun of the exaggerated reactions of people like you? Because that’s the only way “vermin” becomes a joke. Or JAP. Somehow I really, really doubt that. 
Michael B. Added Oct 11, 2018 - 9:28am
@ Kosher salami - Funny, when I saw your handle, I thought, "Where are your allies, Bacon Cheeseburger and Seafood Cocktail", lol. Please don't give me the fucking "victim" spiel, as I and many, many others are simply sick and fucking tired of it. Ask a Palestinian how "neighborly" you motherfuckers are. I gotta admit that you had very, very good teachers, seeing how you are establishing "lebensraum" any chance you get. You're disappointingly typical, and are disgustingly PC as only someone of your rabble-rousing ilk could be. "God's Chosen People"...and I thought it was the Greeks, lol.
Ken Added Oct 11, 2018 - 11:51am
Please refrain from further commenting on Jews.
 
Yea, that makes perfect sense.  Stop commenting on Jews on an article that is about Jews.  got it.   How about you just stop commenting stupid comments all together?
Benjamin Goldstein Added Oct 11, 2018 - 1:52pm
I have heard that liberals eat children and poison the wells. Imagine what the Jews among them would do! *g*
Ken Added Oct 11, 2018 - 3:06pm
I have heard that liberals eat children and poison the wells. Imagine what the Jews among them would do!

 
Sadly, in the Arab world something along those lines is actually said of jews.  The Protocols of the Elders of Zion - a book that has been widely discredited and is now known to have been written as part of a disinformation campaign in Moscow - is widely quoted in that area as reason to hate the Jew and talk about the vile practices they have including cannibalism of non-jews and drinking children's blood
Stephen Hunter Added Oct 11, 2018 - 3:22pm
A very good portrait this is Michael, and can certainly understand why people who behave in this manner, regardless of their political leaning, are just plain irritating. 
Koshersalaami Added Oct 11, 2018 - 5:27pm
I don’t talk about Muslims or Palestinians the way you talk about Jews. I’ve spent a lot of time on line defending Muslims against generalizations as well. 
 
 
Doug Plumb Added Oct 11, 2018 - 6:43pm
@Ken re "Where is it "agreed upon palestinian land"?  What land have palestinians ever agreed to?  For that matter, define what a palestinian even is.  I don't even know woh Scofield is, never read him.  To deny that the UN is hugely anti-semitic is absurd beyond belief, but then - your anti jewish comments are absurd beyond beliefs."
 
Palestine is a very old country, with people who have rights. To be a true Jewish Supermist, one must not acknowledge the existence of Palestine I guess.
 
re "And because a single jew Rockefeller - means "the jews created the UN" is absurd as well.  One Rich, liberal NY Jew gave land for a world governing bod (before Israel even existed) and now you claim that the UN is pro-Jew?  that is so uncredible it is incredible."
 
It means that all of the shareholders of the Fed are Jewish. The Fed rules over you, and that has been proven, you just need to learn what proof is.
When has an anti Israel resolution ever held up by the UN? 1/100 times?
Ken Added Oct 11, 2018 - 7:16pm
Palestine is a very old country, with people who have rights
 
100% FALSE.  Palestine has never been a country.  In fact Palestinians have only been called Palestinians since the late 1800s.  They are nomadic bedouins who have never belonged to any particular tribe - which is why most other arabs consider them the bottom of the food chain - just above the Jews.
 
We also know that your information that Rockefeller (a baptist, actually) was a Jew is also FALSE.  I went off of your assumption to even say that OK 1 Jew did this so you infer all did, and apparently that one wasn't even actually a Jew.
 
Who are the "shareholders of the FED"?  You have no way of knowing.  they are a secret, private non-government organization.  They were created by the Jekyll Island (GA) agreement in 1913 by Woodrow Wilson working with J.P. Morgan (you know, an EPISCOPALIAN Jew) and other large banks to guarantee the big bank survival.
 
 
Maybe you should actually learn FED history before blaming the Jews for all of the worlds woes.
 
Your irrational hatred and constant blame is disgusting and despicable.
 
Cullen Kehoe Added Oct 12, 2018 - 1:21am
Palestine was the Roman / Latin name for Philistia (as in the Philistines of Goliath). This was the name given to the area after the Jewish revolt(s) at the end of the 1st century A.D. It was the Roman way of the final insult against the Jews. And the general name stuck.
 
That we're still using the Roman name tells me that the Arabs and Turks didn't think the region important enough to name it.
Flying Junior Added Oct 12, 2018 - 2:44am
Well it wouldn't be Michael B. if he didn't stir up some trouble.
Michael B. Added Oct 12, 2018 - 5:57am
Me? Stir up trouble? NEVER!
Ward Tipton Added Oct 12, 2018 - 6:55am
Living in Texas, wearing blue, no readily apparent red stripe down the britches, in front of what is it? A four inch rifle? 
Doug Plumb Added Oct 12, 2018 - 7:31am
re "Who are the "shareholders of the FED"?  "
 
The owners of the Fed are well known and are listed in "The Creature..." Rothschild, Rockefeller (Rothstein), Warburg, Carnegie,..." I haven't memorized the list. People suppose that Maurice Strong wasn't related to Benjamin Strong.
 
Actually Carnegie may be a non Jew. But non Jews can be Jewish Supremists. It is not Jews I stand against, its any kind of supremist attitude, including White Supremists. Jews just happen to be the very best example of supremist ideology, a nearly perfect example. White supremists fail the perfection test, they don't hate coloreds, they just want them elsewhere. I don't like other people in the bathroom with me, I don't hate them.
  I think Christian Zionists are more Jewish Supremists than Jews.
   Palestine is a country, its been on maps, its had borders. Its inception is irrelevant, apply your reasoning to the creation of the USA. Is the USA a country? What makes a country ? Jewish acknowledgement of that country Ken? What makes Israel a country and not Palestine Ken?
  As far as the Protocols go, they speak for themselves, read them, look around. Sometimes you don't need authority to tell you what to think. They are painfully and obviously true, as obvious as Palestine on a map.
Michael B. Added Oct 12, 2018 - 8:05am
@ Ward - Yeah, I'm all fucked up, huh, lol. I appreciate your attention to detail so I'll 'splain the photo. That's me in SoCal (where I'm from and currently live) wearing the uniform of Company B of the 6th Wisconsin Infantry, which was part of the Iron Brigade. I do reenactments here and there, which has built up my movie career considerably; for example, the last one I was in, they got about three seconds of my left shoulder, lol. The cannon was a typical 12-Pounder Napoleon, which was more-or-less the most common cannon of that era.
Ward Tipton Added Oct 12, 2018 - 8:14am
I used to be in the historic militia in Florida, under Captain JW Pearson  (Indisposed ... killed in Northern Virginia when we were integrated with the Army of Northern Virginia under Lee) and the Oklawaha Rangers. Buddy of mine had an original six inch rifle, confederate capture at Gettysburg. We used to rig the explosives together ... mix the black powder with cornmeal and it smokes more ... pack your pistol with butter flavor crisco and it smells just like cornbread cooking. 
 
Films? Aside from porn I did when I was a kid? The Blue and the Gray, another big Civil War film ... North and South? Was back in the seventies and eighties. A couple of mockumentaries. MyLai 4 (Italian), Baler (Philippines) and a whole bunch of Japanese fight films ... though their stuntmen did not really like me all that much. Never got used to making movies though. 
Michael B. Added Oct 12, 2018 - 8:31am
@ Ward T. - "We used to rig the explosives together ... mix the black powder with cornmeal and it smokes more ... pack your pistol with butter flavor crisco and it smells just like cornbread cooking."
 
LOOOOL, yes indeed! Regarding films...damn, dude, you've been around! MyLai 4? Thanks, I'll have to check that one out!
Ward Tipton Added Oct 12, 2018 - 8:43am
It is in Italian ... I am just the preacher praying for the poor bastards who walked into an ambush. 
 
Michael B. Added Oct 12, 2018 - 9:44am
@ Ward T. - " I am just the preacher praying for the poor bastards who walked into an ambush."
 
 
Why do I get the impression that part could have been played in a  porno, lol.
Ward Tipton Added Oct 12, 2018 - 10:33am
I think the Japanese are the only ones who do porno where the recipient gets "shot" multiple times randomly. 
Jeffry Gilbert Added Oct 17, 2018 - 6:35am
Hey hey hey, don't forget this one:
 
What's the easiest way to to pick up Jewish girls?
 
With a shovel. 
Koshersalaami Added Oct 17, 2018 - 8:27am
Saying that the Protocols are true is the functional equivalent of wearing an I Am An Antisemite button. 
 
Palestine was a region, not a country. The last time the area some refer to as Palestine was an independent nation it was a Jewish one, over two thousand years ago, though I must say this isn’t the first place I’ve come across this particular piece of historical revisionism. It’s the second. 
Jeffry Gilbert Added Oct 17, 2018 - 10:37am
It’s the second. 
 
Yawn. Yuuge. 
 
Mustafa Kemal Added Oct 21, 2018 - 5:56pm
Cullen, 
" the most educated and elite among us"
Maxine Waters" is "most educated and elite?"
 
I am quite aware what insanity the left is involved in, but improperly characterizing it is just propaganda. It works though, just not with me
 
Mustafa
Mustafa Kemal Added Oct 21, 2018 - 6:23pm
kosher, thanks for that thoughtful and informative response.
 
I dont think youve made a case for anti-semitism, only for anti Israel.
The tendency to conflate the two is very destructive to real dialogue, IMO.
 
As for Israel, I dont disagree with one thing that you say. I think the big difference  is regarding who is behind the mess in the ME.
 
From my research,  it has to do with the US support of unbalanced treatment of Palestenians, the notion that Isreal is extremely powerful influence in US foreign policy, and the long series of distastrous regime changes that have turned the ME into a mess. Many blame Israel's inluence on the US for this, and I can see the evidence for it.
It feels like the Yinon plan is happening. How China treats the Uighers matters little here, as does Syria's issues with Palestinians.
 
IMO, if there is to be any peace in the ME, Israel will need to stop taking land on the pretense of self defense and return to its 67 borders. They can have Eretz Israel and maybe peace, but not both.
 
Now, you may argue with all that I say, and you could put up a very good argument I am sure. But it does not matter if I am wrong. It only  matters how it is perceived, and that is how many perceive it.
 
And the US vetoing UN resolutions, essentially unilaterally, lends strong support to this view.
 
Mustafa
 
Koshersalaami Added Oct 21, 2018 - 7:25pm
Mustafa,
Even though I often find antizionism and antisemitism sharing a tent, I differentiate. The post is not about Israel at all and my response to it is not about Israel at all. 
 
In terms of Israel returning to 1967 borders, I agree with most of that. Any settlements that continue to exist have to be paid for in land. I have never approved of the Settlements. Jerusalem is dicier because the holiest site in Judaism is in East Jerusalem, not West, adjacent to a neighborhood called the Jewish Quarter which has had Jews living there for at least a thousand years with the exception of a nineteen-year stretch from 1948 to 1967, when no Jew was allowed to worship at Judaism’s holiest site. (Not no Israeli, no Jew.) The Palestinians will need some strip of Jerusalem to put a capital on. 
 
In terms of to whom the 1967 borders or an approximation thereof will be acceptable to, the rough answer is that it will be acceptable to the PA and possibly the whole Arab world but not to Hamas, to whom Israel’s existence is unacceptable. As long as that’s true, Israel can’t afford to open the Gazan border because it would lead immediately to dead Israeli civilians. 
 
My interest in Israel is restricted to safety and justice for Jews. The main reason I defend Israel - and not everything about Israeli policy, as I can’t stand Likud these days and disagree with their actions toward both the West Bank population and internal minorities - is because of how often I see a double standard applied to Israel. Israel’s human rights record isn’t what I’d call good but it’s pretty middle of the road compared to the rest of the world. Israel’s attitude toward Muslim citizens (as opposed to the population of occupied territories) is way better than the attitude of most if not all Middle Eastern countries toward Jews. Incidentally, that includes the PA, who will not accept Jews for citizenship even if they have religious objections to Israel’s current existence (believe it or not, some Orthodox do). When the UN issues more anti-Israel resolutions than resolutions criticizing the rest of their membership combined and when Israel is the only member nation that has never been allowed to serve on the Security Council while having the seniority to do so, I have to ask why. Their human rights record isn’t comparatively awful enough to justify that. What else differentiates Israel? I’m afraid one obvious thing does. Why isn’t BDS applied to any other nation with a worse human rights record? Again, the same answer comes to mind. 
 
That doesn’t mean I view criticism of Israel as antisemitic. If I did, I’d be an antisemite. You don’t yet know me well enough to know that I have criticized Israel a lot - in eight years of blogging, the world leader I criticized most was Netanyahu, at least until Trump came along. 
 
A last point: I think Israel’s importance in the Middle East is wildly exaggerated. A lot of the public there thinks Israel is responsible for a lot but their governments don’t. Israel wasn’t involved in either Iraq war. Israel wasn’t instrumental in mass migrations from Syria. Israel was initially ignored by Al Qaida until Bin Laden tried to link to Arafat by going after Israel and Arafat wasn’t having any of it. If Israel disappeared tomorrow, the Middle East would still be a mess. Possibly a bigger one. 
Mustafa Kemal Added Oct 21, 2018 - 7:46pm
koshersalaami,
thank you for your full response,  It is clear you are knowledgable and can articulate yourself well. I have also sensed a balance in you that is quite unusual for WB.   Thus there is alot we can learn from you.
 
But may major point is perception.  It is clear that the US, its various invasions and regime changes is a major cause of the problems there.  Both Libya an Syria were somewhat nice travel destinations before recently, as was Afghanistan in the 70s. I was planning a trip to both Yemen and Syria, but that is put on hold until the next life, or longer. And it is perceived that Israel and its perceived successful Yinon plan and drive towards an Eretz Israel is taking place..
One even sees an abundance of trolls touting the "there is no such state as Palestine", whether true or not, as the development of the narrrative that will allow the complete absorption into Israel on the correct time line.
 
What I dont see coming from the UN  is anti-semitism, which was my question. 
 
Mustafa
 
 
Koshersalaami Added Oct 21, 2018 - 9:03pm
I was talking about the Israeli role, not the American role. The American role is a different issue entirely. The first Iraq war was justified, the second was not. The Libya actions were a terrible idea. 
 
Aside from in a place like this one, in most places bigotry tends not to be admitted even when present. It’s disguised as something else. The reason I think what I see from the UN is antisemitism is there is no other obvious cause for the exceptionalism with which Israel is treated by the UN. The UN’s reactions are out of proportion to Israel’s behavior. If the UN sanctioned anyone who did XYZ, I’d attribute their reaction to behavior, but when they concentrate on one nation when that nation’s human rights violations aren’t remotely exceptional, I have to ask what is exceptional and the only factor that really is is Judaism. 
 
Do you see the UN reacting to how the Kurds are treated? The Chechens? The Tibetans? There are major massacres in Africa where the actors don’t get the attention Israel does. Are you aware that during the last several years a lot more Palestinians have been killed by the Syrian government than by the Israeli government? 
 
What’s happening in the UN is in part because Israel belongs to a geographic block of Arab states that are responsible for this. Are those states anti-Israel but not antisemitic? Not by a mile. Not by two miles. Egypt, a relatively friendly country, ran a serialized television show based on the Protocols of the Elders of Zion, treating it as fact. If the Saudi government knows you are Jewish, you can’t get a visa to visit the country. Again, at the moment this government is working with Israel’s. Lebanese radio ran an interview with a high Hamas official in which he treated the Blood Libel as fact, that Jews use Christian blood in our Passover ceremony. To give you an idea of the age of that lie, it shows up in the Canterbury Tales in the fourteenth century, and it wasn’t new then. 
Mustafa Kemal Added Oct 22, 2018 - 8:43am
koshersalaami,  
 
“in most places bigotry tends not to be admitted even when present. It’s disguised as something else.” That is certainly true. 
 
The reason I think what I see from the UN is antisemitism is there is no other obvious cause for the exceptionalism with which Israel is treated by the UN. The UN’s reactions are out of proportion to Israel’s behavior. If the UN sanctioned anyone who did XYZ, I’d attribute their reaction to behavior, but when they concentrate on one nation when that nation’s human rights violations aren’t remotely exceptional, I have to ask what is exceptional and the only factor that really is is Judaism. 
 
“I was talking about the Israeli role, not the American role. The American role is a different issue entirely. The first Iraq war was justified, the second was not. The Libya actions were a terrible idea. “
 
Yes, but many, including many in the UN think they are related.  When you combine the perceptions of
1) the massive disruptions in the ME caused by US regime changes
2) the unqualified support to Israel by the US
3) the disproportionate influence of Israel on US politics
4)  that much of 1) has to do with Israel’s Yinon plan objectives,
 
that is why Israel is “exceptional”. It matters more. 
 
As for the UN Security Council, for the same reason, if it would want to keep any sense of credibility, it should probably not have all three members of the AngloZionist trilogy on the council.   
 
Mustafa
Ward Tipton Added Oct 22, 2018 - 9:22am
The UN has credibility to keep? 
Koshersalaami Added Oct 22, 2018 - 10:06am
Ward, great question
 
Mustafa,
I had to look up the Yinon Plan. 
It’s one take, but I wouldn’t call it a good one. Stability is good for Israel. Also, Middle Eastern politics looked very different in 1982, which is when I gather it was written. The three big shifts are the end of the Cold War, the rise of the Islamicist movement, and the rivalry between Shiite Iran and Sunni Saudi Arabia and friends. There was also the government shift in Egypt, two actually, the one in the middle - and thereby hated by the current regime - being the Muslim Brotherhood, closely related to Hamas. There have been fatalities on the Egypt/Gaza border in fighting between the two parties but that tends not to be widely reported. 
 
With the Egyptian, Jordanian, and Saudi governments not in the hands of the Islamicists (Saudi Arabia kind of pretends to be) and with the senior leadership of Iran favoring Islamic revolution, the aforementioned three governments have under the table cooperation with Israel. In terms of keeping Iran in check, those three governments are better off with Israel than without Israel and they know it. Israel has no territorial disputes or aspirations with Egypt and at this point I don’t think with Jordan either, given that Palestinian independence would not be compatible with returning the West Bank to Jordan. 
 
By the way, Egypt is also a massive recipient of American aid and, until very recently, the US was pretty supportive of Saudi Arabia. 
 
In terms of Israel’s influence on the US, that’s more about insuring survival than supporting policy. President Obama certainly didn’t support everything Netanyahu felt like. What I can’t speak to is what the neocons accomplished and why. I doubt they’d have invaded Iraq for the sake of Israel; that doesn’t make any sense from an American foreign policy standpoint.
Mustafa Kemal Added Oct 22, 2018 - 1:26pm
Ward,
"The UN has credibility to keep?"
I said "any sense" of credibility.  
 
Mustafa
Mustafa Kemal Added Oct 22, 2018 - 1:36pm
koshersalaami,
you make very fine arguments, and we could squabble over them, but then we would be offtrack:
I still dont see the anti-semitism.
 
Israel IS exceptional, just as the US is exceptional. 
 
Thats how many see it, IMO.
 
Mustafa
Koshersalaami Added Oct 22, 2018 - 2:40pm
Mustafa,
What’s a better reason for all those resolutions and the refusal of Security Council time? To put it another way,
 
What else makes Israel different?
 
It’s treated differently. That’s obvious. Israel is given a lot of crap over things that other countries get free passes for. 
 
Put another way, what makes Israel that kind of exceptional? What makes Israel more culpable than anyone else? 
Mustafa Kemal Added Oct 22, 2018 - 3:19pm
koshersalaami, I tried to explain. Israel is difrerent 
in the perception 
1) the massive disruptions in the ME caused by US regime changes
2) the unqualified support to Israel by the US
3) the disproportionate influence of Israel on US politics
4)  that much of 1) has to do with Israel’s Yinon plan objectives,
 
You may disagree with these points.  It does not really matter. I maintain that many feel this way and I am trying to say that I do not see anti-semitism in these views. What I see is a view of history, a view  a large number of people hold.
 
Mustafa
 
Mustafa Kemal Added Oct 22, 2018 - 3:24pm
Flying Junior,
have you seen the last video here?
https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-10-22/sleazy-donald-trump-stump-lyin-ted-cruz-texas-rally
 
It is a a campaign advertisement for Beto in Texas. The first postive thing Ive seen from the left. Maybe there is hope!
 
Mustafa