THE FOUR TOPS SING ABOUT ANTI-SEMITISM (parody)
Source: Mike King (Tomato Bubble)
“All The News That Sulzberger’s Propaganda Rag Saw Fit To Distort”
The Anti-New York Times
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NY Times (International): Modest Victory for Israel in Quest for International Meeting on Anti-Semitism
By SOMINI SENGUPTA
Forty years after diplomats here equated Zionism with racism, the United Nations General Assembly on Thursday agreed to a bid by Israel to host a first-ever meeting devoted to the rise of anti-Semitism worldwide.
The Anti-New York Times
Waaa, waaa, waaa. Anti-Semitism everywhere! “Europe is being tested,” whines Ron Prosor, Israel’s envoy to the United Nations. “We don’t need any more monuments commemorating the Jews who were murdered in Europe, we need a strong and enduring commitment to safeguard the Jews living in Europe.” – proclaims pouting Posner.
As the Four Tops of Motown fame used to sing, “Now it’s the same, old song…”
Most hit songs get played out relentlessly for a few months and then fade away. But not this one!
The recent mini-roar in anti-Israeli “world opinion” over the massacre in Gaza had already been muted by the “Charlie Hebdo” false flag. But the Zionists aren’t satisfied. With Sulzberger’s Slimes firmly behind them, the butchers of Gaza are back at the U.N. in search of some sort of resolution condemning “anti-Semitism”, with the ultimate goal of banning it. As an old Polish proverb used to say, “The Jew cries out in pain as he is beating you.”
At some point in time, one would think this “same old song” would get so old and played out that it loses its effectiveness. But it never does, at least not in the degenerate West. Mandatory “Holocaust education” in American public schools keeps the persecution pity party alive, generation after generation after generation. In a perverse sort of way, one has to almost admire the audacity with which the Zionists are able to pull the double blue-striped woolen shawl over our eyes. If only they were to put that awe-inspiring fanaticism, organization, and long-range planning to use for the good of all of mankind, and not just for their own tribe!
By constantly evoking pity from the bewildered specimens known as Boobus Americanus and Boobus Europithicus, the Zionist is able to neutralize his victims as he fleeces and bamboozles them at every turn. This manipulative game of “waaa, waaa, waaa” is quite a trick, and it did not begin with the “Holocaust”™. The game has been going on for a long, long time.
Ask William Shakespeare. He’ll tell you!
Shakespeare was wise to the age-old “waaa, waaa, waaa” routine:
“If you prick us, do we not bleed? If you tickle us, do we not laugh? If you poison us, do we not die? And if you wrong us, shall we not revenge?”
– Shylock the moneylender from The Merchant of Venice (now banned in virtually all U.S. high schools!) pleads his case before a magistrate, passionately explaining why he should be allowed to literally cut out a “pound of flesh” from a bankrupt debtor.
“Oy vey! Shakespeare was an Anti-Semite… and those Four Schwartzes too!”
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