I admit it, I love pronouncing this soft word “Goy”. I can’t stop it. There is a little music contained in a single syllable that delights me each time I use it. And I use it prolifically. Whenever I’m given the slightest excuse. To make fun of my colleagues who were not born of the superior essence, that is to say Jewish. …I don’t … Continue reading Jew says he loves using the word "goy" to mock people who weren’t born of the "superior Jewish essence"
Cohn-Bendit : «Il faut arrêter de dire que le… by libezap We need to stop saying that the people are always right. When a people votes for the far right, when a people votes for Nazism, it is not right, even if it is the people. When the English people know they have made a mistake, 10-20% , the people voted 51-52% for Brexit, now … Continue reading Daniel Cohn-Bendit on Brexit: "We need to stop saying that the people are always right"
This article about Brexit appeared in the German-language Jewish newspaper Juedische Allgemeine. But above all, and here Europe’s Jews are directly affected: If the EU breaks apart, in its place we would have a bunch of national states. And not the semi-civilised kind like Belgium, France or, yes, Germany. Instead Poland or Hungary would be the norm, countries with a barely interrupted authoritarian and antisemitic … Continue reading Jew calls Germany, France and Belgium "semi-civilised" and Poland and Hungary not even that
This one is particularly interesting because Clement is the grandson of Sigmund, the Jewish pseudo-scientist who popularised the idea of children having sex with adults. His theories were based on the idea that children wanted to have sex with their parent of the opposite sex (the so-called Oedipus and Electra complexes) and, consequently saw their parent of the same sex as a rival for … Continue reading Clement Freud: Another prominent Jewish paedophile who got away with it
Acclaimed director Steven Spielberg admitted he was “wrong” to think as a child that anti-Semitism “was fading,” telling Harvard’s graduating class that President Barack Obama was right when he warned that “anti-Semitism is on the rise.” Spielberg, whose 99-year-old father Arnold sat in one of the first rows at his address before the Ivy League university’s class of 2016, told the graduates Thursday that the … Continue reading Steven Spielberg: Jews left Europe for "higher ground"
Talking about the anti-Corbyn coup attempt being mounted by the Jews, Diane Abbott accurately describes it as a “smear campaign”. She proves her cluelessness later on, however, by claiming that antisemitism “started in the 19th century with the Tsarist pogroms”. As I’ve previously pointed out, there were no “Tsarist pogroms”. There is no evidence whatsoever that the Russian Tsars organised, encouraged, connived in or in … Continue reading Diane Abbott thinks antisemitism started in the 19th century with the "Tsarist pogroms"
Montague Burton, aka Meshe David Osinky, pogrom dodger Among the “Gifts of the Jews” – the “value proposition” that the Jews offer a prospective host people – is the casual slandering of their historical memory following the Jews’ departure. In the case of Russia, we see this in pervasive references to Jews who supposedly “fled pogroms” to move elsewhere, often accompanied by a conspiracy theory … Continue reading Pogroms, or the Jews’ casual slandering of the peoples they have lived among