Monday, June 11, 2007

The air is free!*

Oh dear, I think I'm probably going to hell.

*I would explain this, but my dad tells the joke so well, I wouldn't be able to do it justice.

17 comments:

dh said...

Nice little minefield you're sowing there Tim. As for myself....some of my best friends etc...but I do have a little trouble with the 'chosen people' concept.

Tim Footman said...

Oh I quite agree, dh, although many Jewish theologians would suggest that 'chosen' doesn't imply 'favoured' or 'best', just 'different'. In any case, it's often just a defence mechanism against prejudice.

Talking of which, the CiF eds seem to be pretty good at removing the more virulently Sturmeresque comments. Which is very thoughtful of them, but surely it's those responses that best prove my point?

dh said...

Well like I say Tim...it's a minefield. Removing the virulently Sturmeresque comments proves the conspiracist's point too. Of course if somebody doesn't step in it just ends up as the same boring old slanging match.

Annie said...

I'd never heard of that Bell Curve book - my lord! Are they still going on about IQ tests? It reminds me of when 'scientists' used to use brain size as a measure of intelligence, til they found out that black women generally had the largest brains, and had to backtrack swiftly...

Anyway, nice article. Must dash, the Zionist conspiracy doesn't run itself you know...

Valerie said...

Well, I'm Jewish, and I fully support conspiracy theory because I am, after all, secretly running the world. So it makes sense.

— Queen of Everything.

Murph said...

How can anyone take the bassist from ZZ Top seriously?

Billy said...

I suspect that it is pointless to argue with that Jewwatch man, but George Lincoln Rockwell, Jewish based on the fact that "George grew up surrounded by Jewish entertainers such as Fred Allen (Fischel Lebowitz), Rudy Vallee, Benny Goodman, Groucho Marx and Walter Winchell (Jewish Vaudeville dancer)"

A big "so what" should be a response to that. In fact the whole site is giving me a headache. What a loon.

Tim Footman said...

Yes, Weltner's weird, but the comments threw up this guy, who makes Mr Jew Watch look vaguely sane.

Anonymous said...

I thought Walter Winchell was a News Hound and had his own evening radio talk show in the 1930s, but this is only from reading Philip Roth's The Plot Against America...

bye bye bellulah said...

I was just about to complain about "this guy" for, as is often the case with vitriolic bigoted homophobes, biasing his 'homo' rants towards gay men, and, by implication, asserting that lesbians and bi-women are less inferior and therefore not as worthy of abuse. But then I read on and give him his due, it is an Equal Opportunity Hatred site after all, phew!

Andrew said...

However crazy the Save the Males gent may be, I think when the US Presidential election was fought out between two members of this charming little society, then I think any idea that the world of power politics bears much resemblance to the bullshit we're dished out by the mainstream media, starts to become comically stupid. Comedy of a black nature obviously.

Tim Footman said...

anon: That's correct, but he wasn't really assassinated.

He even hates himself, BBB. So that's OK.

Can't get yr link, Andrew. Skull and Bones, is it?

Andrew said...

Link works this end, Tim. Skull & Bones of course. Though without masses of other reasons to be deeply sceptical about the good intentions of the current US regime(though the US regime hardly exists in dystopian isolation), then S & B society, or The Brotherhood of Death as originally known, might be simply a very strange little apparent anomaly. However, since their actions are clearly ill-intentioned(the alternative being stupidly insane), then I think the occult society membership throws interesting light on possible ideological motives behind the actions. At the very least it should be clear that whatever explanations are offered to justify being involved in such sinister looking groups as Skull & Bones, there is no way such people should be allowed anywhere near important office, as opposed to being at the very cream of the political establishment.
As not quite an aside, here's Britain's Gordon Brown gorging himself on bigging up the New World Order in a recent spech. If the link doesn't work the speech is pretty simple to locate at Youtube.

Tim Footman said...

Sorry, Andrew, I'm in Thailand, and access to YouTube is blocked. Have a big backlog of things to gawp at when next I leave the country.

Andrew said...

Sounds strange, Tim. Is the government protecting ye from yourselves/

Tim Footman said...

Somebody put up a video dissing the King of Thailand a few months ago. The govt asked for it to be removed. YouTube said no. Boom.

And in a recent development, the minister for telecommunications has admitted that he doesn't use e-mail, and only goes online to check the golf scores...

Andrew said...

Thank goodness there's a good reason behind the censorship.