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Thursday, April 24, 2014

Weird Canadian Munchausen Jews to honor author who inspired Kansas City Jew-hating murderer

Independent Jewish Voices, which supports boycotts of Israel and canards about that country, was formed for the expressed purpose of trying to deflect charges of antisemitism towards the hateful campaign against the Jewish State. The group was founded by 9-11 conspiracy theorist Diana Ralph in part with funds from anti-Israel campaigners in the United Church of Canada. The group includes non-Jews among its membership to boost it minuscule numbers.

Ironically, Independent Jewish Voices' positions actually match the Canadian government's definition of antisemitism. So rather than stifle accusations of antisemitism being the motivation of their Gentile comrades, it reiterates that Independent Jewish Voices is a witless band of Munchausen Jews; that is Jews (and some pretending to be) who primarily identify as such for the purpose of vilifying Israel and other Jews as a way of garnering attention while serving their own pathological personal demons.

As if determined to make their depravity abundantly clear, Independent Jewish Voices' latest project is bringing fanatical author Max Blumentahal to Ontario to promote his anti-Israel book Goliath.

Blumenthal was cited by the neo-Nazi Kansas City murderer Frazier Miller as one of his inspirations, writing in an online posting: "Jew journalist Max Blumenthal exposes and explains this attempt by a foreign government Israel, to buy the presidential election for the neo-con, war-mongering republican establishment."

With the Kansas City murders still fresh, one wonders if the motivation for Independent Jewish Voices is sensationalism or as an expression of a continuing determination to prove their stupidity knows no bounds.

 h/t Sassy

UPDATE: Andrew Breitbart confronting a weaselly Max Blumenthal:


1 comment:

Empress Trudy said...

The only way to deal with Brownshirts is to curbstomp them. Sorry if that's worrisome but that's the truth of it.