Tuesday, February 24, 2009

Which Jew Hater do I write about?

Well well well.... looks like anti-Semite feelings are making a global comeback. Between bishop Richard Williamson (who was booted out of Argentina! yay!!!)who has yet to apologize for his statements and David Ahenakew (who will seemingly never apologize for his) it seems that Jew hating has become a trend once again.

I for one, am disgusted at this whole business, especially the Ahenakew story and the judge finding him not guilty of promoting hatred against Jews.

So instead of posting a long winded angry comment I'll just let the quotes speak for themselves and let you all be the judge:

David Ahenakew:
"The Second World War was created by the Jews and the Third World War, whatever it is, right now that war ... that wages on Israel in the Arab countries."

"The Jews damn near owned all of Germany prior to the war. ... That's how Hitler came in. He was going to make damn sure that the Jews didn't take over Germany or Europe. That's why he fried six million of those guys, you know. Jews would have owned the goddamned world. And look what they're doing. They're killing people in Arab countries."

About the Holocaust:
"How do you get rid of a disease like that, that's going to take over, that's going to dominate?"

They “f---ing dominate everything”
They “own the goddamn world”
Hitler “cleaned up a hell of a lot of things, didn’t he?”

Does that sound to you like a man who isn't guilty of promoting hatred against Jews?

For a more in depth analysis of the verdict please visit my friend over at the Nexus of Assholery, as always it's worth the read!

Muchacho Enfermo


Patrick Ross said...

My dear lord you flatter me with all the links.

I don't think Jew hating has become a trend again. I don't think it ever really went away.

I think it's just back in the news again, sad to say.

Muchacho Enfermo said...

lol... don't be humble! You write a good blog and it's worth mentioning!

And you're probably right... sadly racism is something that never seems to go away.

Patrick Ross said...

Personally, though, I think I see a deeper issue at play.

We don't talk seriously about things like anti-semitism until it hits the news in some way. Similar to racism.

We know these things exist. We're just happy to ignore them until reality rubs our faces in it.