Thursday, April 19, 2012

'Anti'-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith Enforces Exclusive Proprietary Claim to Persecution

This is not really news; just, as usual, the 'Anti'-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith wielding its leverage with the media, law enforcement, churches and academia to defame, intimidate, marginalize and generally punish, anyone who in its hyper-paranoid perception appears to violate its ridiculous exclusive proprietary claim to victimhood functioning as a distraction from disproportionate Judaic power, wealth and influence. Just another day in the talmudized West.

Anti-Defamation League takes issue with bishop's remarks


Malleus Haereticorum said...

There was absolutely nothing in Bishop Daniel Jenky's remarks that pertained in any way, shape or form, or in the slightest degree, to the Holocaust. And that is precisely what has incurred the ADL's displeasure.

Lonnie Nasatir, regional director of Chicago's ADL, has demanded an apology from His Excellency, calling his remarks "outrageous, offensive and completely over the top." Huh? According to Nasatir, the bishop's "offensive words" somehow "trivialize" the Holocaust. Again, and with feeling -- huh?

Hey, Nasatir, focus on "Holocaust Remembrance Day" -- rake in those shekels. As for His Excellency -- let's pray he doesn't flee for fear of the Jews.

Jack said...

Unless I'm mistaken, one of the first things the Bolsheviks did when they came to power was to declare antisemitism "counterrevolutionary."

And Stalin killed 23 million Ukrainian Orthodox and Catholics--4 times as many Jews as Hitler did.

And the Armenian Genocide by the Turks in WW1 gave Hitler his idea. As he said, "Who talks about the Armenians any more?"

Pablo the Mexican said...

Are you Prelates in the Curia playing footsies with these guys?