2 May, 2007

No Supremacism – if You’re a Gentile

Posted by Socrates in AmeriKwa, jewish hate & hypocrisy, jews in America, Socrates at 1:52 pm | Permanent Link

The U.S. military doesn’t allow “supremacist” ideas within its ranks? Then why, we ask, does it allow Judaism, a religion which is based on the bigoted concept that the Jews are “God’s chosen people” and are therefore superior to all other humans? [1]. Put a different way: anti-Jewish ideas are prohibited but anti-gentile ideas are allowed – and this in a country built by gentiles. (Of course, that Jewish/gentile double-standard isn’t restricted to the U.S. military. Indeed, it can be found in almost every White country at the federal, state or local level):

 http://tinyurl.com/2fe2bg

 

[1] the first Jewish rabbi in the U.S. Army, Jacob Frankel, was commissioned in 1862


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  7. 3 Responses to “No Supremacism – if You’re a Gentile”

    1. Dudeman Says:

      Tell it to that kike Michael Weiner who all the couch republicans worship.

      BTW, Ubuntu is better than freebsd… ;)

    2. Brian Gareth Martivale Says:

      damn, I was looking forward to fighting for jewish interests in the Middle East. ::: rolls eyes :::

    3. Communism still thrives, thanks to Jews Says:

      Check out this paragraph from the linked article and tell me what else it sounds like.

      “Heidi Beirich of the Southern Poverty Law Center said it began tracking what the organization calls radical Catholic traditionalists three years ago after observing members of such groups attending white supremacist conferences.”

      If I could bold, underline or highlight some words it would be “began tracking” and “after observing”. Can anyone say NKVD?