26 August, 2007

TV Cartoons of the AJC

Posted by Socrates in AmeriKwa, Diversity, jewed culture, Jewish organizations, multiculturalism, New World Order, Socrates, tv at 10:04 pm | Permanent Link

It seems that the American Jewish Committee was pretty busy in the 1950s: [Here]

More AJC material: [Here]


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  7. 8 Responses to “TV Cartoons of the AJC”

    1. CZ Says:

      What goddamn nation wreckers. Every film has jigs, gooks, spics, and jews in it as some prized commodity.

      CZ

    2. Springfield XD Says:

      Sickening. Fast forward 50 years and look what we’ve got. Most of the crap has been over the last 25 years. Go to the 8/23 entry for the LA Sucks blog and look at the pictures the guy posted. Disgusting. That’s what the tribe was shooting for. The author of the blog is funny but his humor makes the situation seem even more sad. The entry on food poisoning from spics was hilarious but the latest article he posted with those pictures of spic muds wandering the streets of LA makes my blood boil. Those jew spawned cartoons were tools to help make LA and NY and other cities the mudvilles they are today.

    3. someone Says:

      Go here and look at the second pdf:
      http://ajcarchives.org/main.php?GroupingId=1760
      I’m in Argentina, this nation was white, this kikes want to make it pluralistic.
      look at the list of objectives

    4. greywolf Says:

      Hey it looks exactly like the tv commercials of today, blacks with white women, blacks in professional roles condecending white guys, real subtle but its there. 12% of the population but in 50% of commercials, the orientals and mexicans haven’t really started showing up in tv commercials to any degree but just hang on, there must be a plan!!!!

    5. sgruber Says:

      Proof positive of everything we say about the jew.

      Observation: The term “following the party line” in politics and elsewhere means simply, cohesive behavior as an evolutionary strategy. Who’s most aggressive about evolutionary group strategy and cohesion (so far)? Jews. “The party line” – being the direction in which the main locusts are flying (the others are expected to buzz along) – is, more often than not, a jew thang. Communism is just a modern incarnation of rabbinical culture.

      These AJC “public interest” campaigns are the gnaw gnaw gnawing of the buzzing jew locusts, eating out White culture, until there’s nothing left but nig and wig.

      No jews. Just right.

      (Math lesson. What means “NO JEWS”? If, out of all kikes, we gather and count those who are acceptable, the sum would be zero. Don’t show your work.)

    6. DMS Says:

      Is there some way to lift these vids and post them on YouTube? It would be nice to have some pithy and relevant comments to accompany them.

    7. ANDREI YUSTSCHINSKY Says:

      THESE AJC 1950’S KARTOONS ARE VERY INTERESTING. THESE TOONS COULD BE USED AS AN EDUCATIONAL WEAPON TO INFORM THE UNINFORMED THAT THIS RACE MIXING & MISCEGENATION SHIT GOES WAY BACK IN TIME & THE KIKES HAVE BEEN PUSHING THIS SHIT FROM DAY ONE, LONG BEFORE THE 1950’S. DON’T FORGET TO SAVE THESE KOSHER (U) KARTOONS ON YOUR HARD DRIVES BOYS & GIRLS…..

    8. lawrence dennis Says:

      from the wikipedia entry about the film/song by communist jews Albert Maltz/Abel Meeropol called “The House I Live In.”

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_House_I_Live_In

      The House I Live In (1945) is a ten-minute short film written by Albert Maltz and made by producer Frank Ross and Mervyn LeRoy, and actor Frank Sinatra to oppose anti-Semitism and racial prejudice at the end of World War II. It received an Honorary Academy Award and a special Golden Globe award in 1946.

      In 2007, this film was selected for preservation in the United States National Film Registry by the Library of Congress as being “culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant”.

      Title Song

      In the film, Sinatra sings the title song, and his recording became a national hit. The lyrics were written in 1943 by Abel Meeropol under the pen name Lewis Allen. Meeropol later adopted Michael and Robert, the two orphaned sons of Julius and Ethel Rosenberg after the 1953 execution of the couple. Meeropol was enraged that in the film, the second verse was cut.

      The music was written by Earl Robinson. Robinson was later blacklisted during the McCarthy era. He also wrote campaign songs for the presidential campaigns of Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Henry Wallace, and, in 1984, Jesse Jackson.

      The song was memorably covered in later years by Paul Robeson, Mahalia Jackson, and Josh White. Sinatra continued to include it in his repertory, performing it in the Nixon White House and at the 1985 inaugural ceremonies of Ronald Reagan. Bill Cosby used a recording to open some of his shows in 2002.

      more on the movie here: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0037792/

      Lyrics for: The House I Live In

      from: http://www.songfacts.com/lyrics.php?findsong=2306

      What is America to me?
      A name, a map, or a flag I see;
      A certain word, democracy.
      What is America to me?

      The house I live in,
      A plot of earth, a street,
      The grocer and the butcher,
      Or the people that I meet;
      The children in the playground,
      The faces that I see,
      All races and religions,
      That’s America to me.

      The place I work in,
      The worker by my side,
      The little town or city
      Where my people lived and died.
      The howdy and the handshake,
      The air and feeling free,
      And the right to speak my mind out,
      That’s America to me.

      The things I see about me,
      The big things and the small,
      The little corner newsstand,
      And the house a mile tall;
      The wedding and the churchyard,
      The laughter and the tears,
      And the dream that’s been a growing
      For a hundred-fifty years.

      The town I live in,
      The street, the house, the room,
      The pavement of the city,
      And the garden all in bloom;
      The church, the school, the clubhouse,
      The million lights I see,
      But especially the people;
      That’s America to me.

      The house I live in,
      My neighbors white and black,
      The people who just came here,
      Or from generations back;
      The town hall and the soapbox,
      The torch of liberty,
      A home for all God’s children;
      That’s America to me.

      The words of old Abe Lincoln,
      Of Jefferson and Paine,
      Of Washington and Jackson
      And the tasks that still remain;
      The little bridge at Concord,
      Where Freedom’s fight began,
      Our Gettysburg and Midway
      And the story of Bataan.

      The house I live in,
      The goodness everywhere,
      A land of wealth and beauty,
      With enough for all to share;
      A house that we call Freedom,
      A home of Liberty,
      And it belongs to fighting people
      That’s America to me.