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They Always Blame the Jews

Posted on | July 14, 2014 | 43 Comments

The “Final Solution” to the Mideast problem:

As Hamas Rockets continued to rain down on Israeli population centers, a large anti-Israel rally took place in Seattle’s Westlake Center this Saturday, July 12. Protesters screamed anti-Israel slogans calling for the destruction of the Jewish state while waving signs and marching through the downtown sidewalks. But this was more than a rally in opposition to Israel or her defensive operations. The signs being waved and the chants hollered constituted a shocking public display of shameless Jew hatred right in the heart of Seattle.
Signs comparing Jews to Nazis were commonplace . . .
While you may have thought that blood libel accusations are a relic of the past, in fact the slander was alive and well in downtown Seattle this past Saturday.

Read the whole thing — with numerous photos. Is it merely a coincidence that President Obama’s approval rating is highest among Muslims than among any other religious group? I think not.

The most fervent disciples of anti-American hatred know who their friends are — and we know who their enemies are, don’t we?

 

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  • RKae

    But… but… if you legalize pot, then people will be laid-back and calm!

    Welcome to Seattle: home of the raving lunatics.

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  • Mike G.

    You know what happens to nations who forsake the Jews. They always go down in flames.

  • concern00

    With the ashes of WW2 cooling, the world collectively asked itself how a nation could vilify a race to such an extent that they engaged in their systematic industrialized wholesale slaughter. I don’t think we need to ask that question any more.

    “Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.” George Santayana

  • DeadMessenger

    And you could easily distinguish the Muslims from the psychotic leftists in those pictures.

    Do my eyes deceive me, or does the last picture show, left to right, Winston Churchill, Amanda Marcotte and Chelsea Clinton.

  • http://boogieforward.us/ K-Bob

    The anti-Jew sentiments among the left and among the neo-libertarians is getting much louder. It’s fully out-of-the-closet, and that stirring sense of, “hey, we all have license to hate now!” is taking hold among people who only a few years ago were posturing and preening as poster children of tolerance and love.

    Maybe at the man-boy pool parties the Hollywood loons also dress up like Rolf from Sound of Music and have a heel-clicking contest.

  • JeffS

    I must point out that Seattle recently elected an avowed Marxist, Kshama Sawant, to their city council. I can only think that the rest are merely closet Marxists.

    So it’s of little surprise that Seattle is turning into another Little Beirut, like it’s nearby neighbor, Portland.

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  • http://evilbloggerlady.blogspot.com/ Evi L. Bloggerlady

    The spirit of St. Pancake compels them!

  • Ghost

    What do you expect from the home of the $15 minimum wage?

  • http://evilbloggerlady.blogspot.com/ Evi L. Bloggerlady

    Sawant wants to make sure Antisemitic protesters get paid at least $15 an hour!

  • Matt_SE

    And there’s nobody that studies history less than leftists.

  • https://twitter.com/Mthomps016 M. Thompson

    We are riding a tiger here, and the tiger is getting hungry.

  • Quartermaster

    It’s only fair.

  • Quartermaster

    How could they be raving if the are calm and laid-back?

  • concern00

    Which is why their term ‘progressives’ is another deceitful euphemism. All of their ‘progressive’ policies have already been tried before, with predictably unpleasant outcomes.

    I am sure we’re all familiar with the ubiquitous definition of insanity, but I think the Word teaches us the same lesson:

    What has been is what will be, and what has been done is what will be done; there is nothing new under the sun. Ecclesiastes 1:9 KJV

  • maniakmedic

    I’d certainly hope that by this point St. Pancake has seen the error of her ways. Of course, these people are so dense I think even Jesus Himself couldn’t get through to them. So I guess it is entirely possible that she’s in the great beyond with a shemagh around her neck and a big “God hates Jews” sign screaming about how horrible those mean Jews are for having the audacity to protect themselves.

  • maniakmedic

    Don’t get me started on the libertarians and their anti-Semitism. They are also virulently anti-military and very much treat those who are in the military as either dupes or knowing pawns. If your idea of freedom is just barely different from theirs, they’ll kick you out of the libertarian treehouse. I once considered myself a libertarian. No more. I don’t care to be associated with their arrogant preening and tge subject of constant lectures about how my being in the military is the worst thing EVAR!!!! 111! 1!!!1eleventy!!!

  • trangbang68

    Sweet, a bunch of unassimilated Somali rabble living off the largesse of the US taxpayers, acting like Nazis in the streets of America. Whatever State Department imbecile opened the borders to Somali refugees ought to be horsewhipped.

  • RS

    Sigh

    When will people learn that history has not been kind to those who advocate for the persecution of the Sons of Jacob? The smart money always takes the Jews and the points.

  • Mike G.

    As pointed out above in my comment. Sure hate to be on the losing side. And we already know whos side is going to lose.

  • http://www.journal14.com/ Dana

    Uhhh, depends on the year. In 1941-45, that wouldn’t have been a winning bet.

  • http://www.journal14.com/ Dana

    Maybe if some of those brave Palestinians rallying in Seattle were actually in the Levant fighting with Hamas, Hamas would have more of a chance. Yet, for some reason, they showed up here.

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  • RS

    Where is the Thousand Year Reich now? The Jews?

    I’m not saying there haven’t been periods of persecution. The persecutors, however, have always lost eventually.

  • Matt_SE

    I grew up in Washington state, and although the “westside” was always liberal, I don’t remember it being this bad.
    Around the time of the WTO demonstrations (c. 1999), it worsened. I always blamed increasing migration from Californians, but I can’t be sure of that.
    I would be interested to see just what caused the radical shift.

  • Matt_SE

    Better coffee, fewer IDF attacks in Seattle.

  • Matt_SE

    She’s from India.
    Another example of “strength through vibrancy!”
    So, immigration from third-world shithole countries:
    Pro: more restaurant choices.
    Con: imported Marxism and possibly ethnic cleansing.
    That doesn’t seem like a good trade.

  • Matt_SE

    Libertarians tend to have their own dogmas and taboos, just different ones from the liberals.
    As a college student, I was initially drawn to Ayn Rand. But Objectivism had some gaping holes in it that became obvious in short order.
    Mainly, their problem is their faith in humans as rational actors. IMO, people can often be horrible *individually*…but you’d never hear that from a libertarian.
    They think people will seriously weigh the impacts of their decisions. As if all those stoners in Colorado were philosophers.
    Which is why I’m a conservative.

  • http://boogieforward.us/ K-Bob

    It’s the neo-libertarians who are the apologists for antisemitism and open borders. I don’t remember much anti-military sentiment, but they pretend Washington meant for us to never pass our own shores for any reason, uniform or no.

    Regular Libertarians and lowercase ‘L’ libertarian Republicans are not anti-semitic, but they are frequently agnostic when it comes to religion. Neither are they for open borders. They are for normal enforcement of citizenship, with a free ability to move from one country to the next, like they had in Europe before they made the EU official and ruined the separation between countries.

  • http://boogieforward.us/ K-Bob

    True.

    My son told me when he was about nine that “anyone who calls for anarchy would probably be the first ones to die in a real anarchy.”

    This came up because that stupid, encircled ‘A’ symbol was popular to scribble on stuff in Elementary schools back then.

    He got it at nine, but the neo-libertarians keep thinking real anarchy means polite society will rule.

  • http://boogieforward.us/ K-Bob

    UR rong! History is Journolist!

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  • http://boogieforward.us/ K-Bob

    That’s Dom DeLuise on the left, or maybe Jonathan WInters, then Hillary, wearing a face-stretcher thingy, Marcotte in a hat, and, “The last time I saw a mouth like that, it had a hook in it,” on the right.

  • http://wizbangblog.com/ Adjoran

    This is the result of allowing Radical Chic to survive and thrive. It’s why Hollywood went Far Left. It’s why kids are suspended for drawing pictures of guns.

    Tom Wolfe had it nailed over 40 years ago: http://nymag.com/news/features/46170/index1.html

  • Phil_McG

    Do American Jews never stop and think “maybe we shouldn’t be supporting the Democrats”? For Jew-hatred is growing in the Left, especially as their ranks swell with Muslims thanks to the fantabulous diversity wrought by open borders.

    Who benefits from mosques being erected all over the US?

    The Koran says “O you who believe! do not take the Jews and the Christians for friends; they are friends of each other; and whoever amongst you takes them for a friend, then surely he is one of them; surely Allah does not guide the unjust people.”

    Are these the folks you want as neighbours?

  • texlovera

    Heh.

  • texlovera

    Jew-haters?

    F*ck ‘em.

  • http://www.journal14.com/ Dana

    What I would like to see is our good, American liberals having to spend a year abroad, living in the various Islamic states. Let them see how much freedom of religion or freedom of speech they have, let them see how women would have to be promoted just to reach second-class status. I especially urge the homosexuals and the women to experience those cultures, where they could see just how good they have it under our cisheteronormative patriarchy.

  • http://www.journal14.com/ Dana

    Der Führer and his minions are gone now, but they sure didn’t lose to the Jews; the Jews who survived were the beneficiaries of the Allies, countries which really didn’t have all that much use for the Jews themselves. During the war, the United States maintained tight immigration controls, which kept many Jewish refugees out. The Brits didn’t care for them much either, and shut off emigration to Palestine to placate the Arabs (who supported Adolf Hitler anyway), and the Soviet Union was no great place for Jews, either.

    What we see now is that in places where Jews are left alone, or are the majority and can thrive, thrive they do! American Jews are the ultimate expression of the American dream: studying hard in school, getting the top college admissions, and then working hard as professionals, doing exactly what we say everyone ought to do. If all Americans lived under the cultural norms of American Jews, virtually every problem we have in this country would disappear.

  • Matt_SE

    We both know that many of them literally would not survive that process. (which I’m OK with)
    The thing is: they know it, too. Which is why they won’t go there.
    Hypocrites and cowards, top-to-bottom.

  • Quartermaster

    We could with a lot fewer of the Chucky Shumer type, however. The majority of American Jews are flaming libtards, alas. The Orthodox are generally conservative, but they are a very small minority.

  • JeffWeimer

    That sounds about right. I grew up in Seattle – O’dea class of ’88 – and went back for a couple of years before the WTO incident. I visited again in 2008 and last year and am struck by just how much things had changed in the previous 10 years. I wouldn’t be able to stand living there anymore.