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    Antisemitism in America

    It is disheartening to see that in American politics in 21st century, the mind-set is still medieval when it comes to religion. Sadly, even so-called liberals are responsible for antisemitism.

    Political Punch

    Upon hearing of his son's new gig, the father of incoming White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel was quoted in the Israeli newspaper Ma'Ariv, saying, “Obviously, he’ll influence the president to be pro-Israel. Why wouldn’t he? What is he, an Arab? He’s not going to be mopping floors at the White House.




    Here is another commentary on antisemitic anti-Islam views of most Americans.

    http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/...rab-sentiment/

    When the woman in Minnesota said that she doesn't trust Mr. Obama because "he's an Arab," did anyone ever actually condemn the remark as racist or bigoted against Arabs? No. Not Mr. McCain, not Mr. Obama, not the media. If anything, all we heard were accolades for Mr. McCain because he took the microphone away from the woman and "corrected" her by saying, "No, he's a decent family man." Corrected? Meaning what? He's not an Arab, he's decent? He can't be an Arab, he's a family man? Who's more blameworthy? An elderly woman who is ignorant about Arabs, or an experienced politician seeking to be our president who, whether intentionally or not, was saying that an Arab can't be a decent family man.

    What's more racist? The woman's words or the media that praises Mr. McCain but fails to condemn either the initial comments or the senator's response.

    For those who think I am making a big deal out of nothing, allow me to put this in more plain and simple terms. What do you think would have happened had the woman said that she didn't trust Mr. Obama because he's black? What would the reaction have been if she said that she didn't trust him because he was Jewish? Do you think Mr. McCain's response would have been the same in either instance? Would the media be so silent?
    Last edited by Prince Abbas; Nov 16, 2008, 08:38 AM.
    "Ana mazloom hussein"
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KA1L18wKHzY&feature=related
    http://www.tebyan.net/Religion_Thoughts/Articles/Miscellaneous/2008/1/29/59771.html

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    Re: Antisemitism in America

    1871: An American General named, Albert Pike, who had been enticed into the Illuminati by Guissepe Mazzini, completes his military blueprint for three world wars and various revolutions throughout the world, culminating into moving this great conspiracy into its final stage.

    The first world war is to be fought for the purpose of destroying the Tsar in Russia,as promised by Nathan Mayer Rothschild in 1815. The Tsar is to be replaced with communism which is to be used to attack religions, predominantly Christianity. The differences between the British and German empires are to be used to forment this war.

    The second world war is to be used to forment the controversy between facism and political zionism with the slaughter of Jews in Germany a lynchpin in bringing hatred against the German people. This is designed to destroy fascism (which the Rothschilds created) and increase the power of political zionism. This war is also designed to increase the power of communism to the level that it equalled that of united Christendom.

    The third world war is to be played out by stirring up hatred of the Muslim world for the purposes of playing the Islamic world and the political zionists off against one another. Whilst this is going on, the remaining nations would be forced to fight themselves into a state of mental, physical, spiritual and economic exhaustion.

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