Thursday, October 13, 2011

Calling Out The Democrats For Their Support Of The Anti-Semitism at "Occupy Wall Street

I shall assume that your silence gives consent...

Bastards. I'm glad somebody is calling them out:

Anti-Semitism works through the strategy of the pointing finger. Through political prestidigitation, the accuser draws attention away from his own sins…by pointing to the Jews, whose demonically inflated image and luridly portrayed wickedness make them a plausible explanation for whatever ails his regime.”

Welcome to Occupy Wall Street.

The Jew-hatred among protesters and sympathizers is diverse and unapologetic. It is, in fact, atmospheric. Tune in randomly to live television coverage of the spectacle and you’ll see—as I did—placards scapegoating Israel, Zionism, or “Hitler’s bankers.” Check out the continuous flurry of protest-supporting tweets and blog posts, and you’ll get more of the same.

Occupy Wall Street enumerates classic anti-Semitic conspiracy theories in the name of progressivism...

Same link as above, and related:

Democrats have decided to make House majority leader Eric Cantor (R., Va.) “a political villain who will rile up their base and scare centrist swing voters to their side."

Cantor is, of course, a Jew. Dog whistle, anyone?

I even hear they'll be sending out this "photo" of him in their email blasts:

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