30 January, 2008

U.S. Holds Hearings on Anti-Semitism

Posted by Socrates in 'human rights', globalization, jewed Congress, jewed culture, jewed foreign policy, Socrates, UN at 6:50 pm | Permanent Link

Look at all the Jewish constructs here, e.g., global government, “human rights,” the UN [1][2]:


[1] more about “human rights”: [Here]

[2] more about globalism: [Here]

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  7. 18 Responses to “U.S. Holds Hearings on Anti-Semitism”

    1. Muckraker Says:

      “…recent push by both Democrats and Republicans to assume the mantle of combating anti-Semitism…”

      Whites and their countries are under siege from every angle by the zionist conductors and our White treasonous orchestra. When do we get our hearing and THEIR trials?

      We can no more co-exist with these satanic evildoers than we can the blacks. The best plan would be to exile them to Africa TOGETHER. And to nevermore make the mistake of allowing them in. EVER!

    2. Fuck Jews Says:

      UN holds hearing on “gee there are still some people who oppose Jews fucking up the entire Western Hemisphere with their horrible misrule”.


      Way to go UN.

    3. honkey tonk man Says:

      “Soon we will be at war against our mortal enemies.
      ….soon we will strike back at the beast”



    4. America First Says:


      Yeah, just a Honkey Tonk Man!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    5. America First Says:

      Monitoring web forums.

      Passing laws so fast the police don’t know half of them.

      Passing Speech laws so fast you know some one or something is very worried. If not why bother?


    6. America First Says:


      Watch this and tell me he wasn’t ju wise……..

    7. nobody Says:

      “The best plan would be to exile them to Africa TOGETHER.”

      I agree, but Madagascar is officially a part of the continent of Africa, so give the jews* that and the nigs the bigger landmass. The nigs will wipe themselves out within 100 years, leaving a beautiful continent of natural resources, scenery and wildlife behind. I don’t know what Madagascar is like, but if we have enough naval ships surrounding it making sure not a single jew ever gets out alive, I’m sure they’ll get along there JUST FINE.

      * – as Carlos Porter maintains, “kike” is a less offensive term than “jew,” the latter being a verb as well as a noun.



      Tiger Woods Impressed by Obama
      Wednesday, January 30, 2008 10:01 AM
      Tiger Woods says he has been impressed with Democratic Party presidential candidate Barack Obama and believes he is an inspiration to many in the United States.

      Asked for his views on the senator from Illinois, who like himself has an African-American father, ahead of the Dubai Desert Classic, Woods replied: “I’ve seen him speak. He’s extremely articulate, very thoughtful.

      “I’m just impressed at how well, basically all politicians really do, how well they think on their feet. Especially those debates. It’s pretty phenomenal to see them get their point across.

      “But I just think that he’s really inspired a bunch of people in our country and we’ll see what happens down the road.”

      © 2008 AFP. All rights reserved.

    9. Cormac Says:

      Oy Vey have a look at their suffering


      Oy Oy when will it end… booo hooo hooo ;_( When will these Holohoax movies ever cease ???

      Borat is right , the jEWS are the scum of the Earth !

      The jEWS ARE our misfortune !

    10. Pony Says:

      THEY LIVE!



    12. America First Says:


      What would cause a White woman such genes to have made with love with a beast ? If true, the media at large is so full of hate as we know.


      January 31, 2008
      Mukasey Will Not Rule Out Waterboarding
      WASHINGTON — Attorney General Michael B. Mukasey said Wednesday that while he would consider it torture if he underwent the harsh Central Intelligence Agency interrogation technique known as waterboarding, the practice was not necessarily illegal, and he would not rule out its use in the future.

      Under sometimes angry questioning from Democrats at his first oversight hearing before the Senate Judiciary Committee, Mr. Mukasey found himself caught in the debate that nearly derailed his confirmation last fall: whether waterboarding is torture.

      “Would waterboarding be torture if it were done to you?” asked Senator Edward M. Kennedy, Democrat of Massachusetts, glowering at Mr. Mukasey.

      “I would feel that it was,” Mr. Mukasey acknowledged in the low monotone that he uses in virtually all public settings.

      But the attorney general, a retired federal judge, would not be drawn into a larger conversation with Senator Kennedy or other Democrats over whether waterboarding might amount to torture if it was carried out on others, including American citizens held abroad.

      Congressional Democrats, as well as some Republicans and many human rights groups, have suggested that the Bush administration’s refusal to call for a ban on waterboarding might lead other governments to feel they could legally subject Americans to the practice.

      “Under what facts and circumstances exactly would it be lawful to waterboard a prisoner?” Mr. Kennedy asked.

      Mr. Mukasey said he could not answer the question because it might be “telling our enemies exactly what they can expect in those eventualities” and “those eventualities might never occur.”

      The legality of waterboarding, in which a prisoner experiences a sensation of drowning, has been come under fierce debate since the acknowledgment by Bush administration officials that a small number of prisoners who were members of Al Qaeda had been subjected to it after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.

      Mr. Mukasey said in a letter delivered to the Judiciary Committee on Tuesday night that he had been authorized by the White House to reveal that waterboarding was no longer being carried out and, for now, was considered an unapproved interrogation technique within the C.I.A. He repeated that assurance in his testimony Wednesday.

      The issue has threatened to dominate Mr. Mukasey’s early dealings with Democrats in Congress, who voted in large numbers to oppose his nomination to replace Alberto R. Gonzales.

      Mr. Mukasey was approved in November on a Senate vote of 53 to 40, the narrowest amount of support for any attorney general in more than half a century.

      At the hearing Wednesday, several senators from both parties praised Mr. Mukasey for some of his management changes at the Justice Department, including his creation of new internal rules to limit contacts between political figures and prosecutors.

      When the subject returned to waterboarding, there was especially tough questioning by Senator Charles E. Schumer, Democrat of New York, who had initially championed Mr. Mukasey’s nomination and has sometimes defended his performance when other Democrats have not.

      The senator appeared exasperated by Mr. Mukasey’s refusal to say whether waterboarding was torture and should be outlawed, despite the attorney general’s statement during his confirmation hearings that he found the technique “repugnant.”

      “I find it hard to understand how you personally, when asked for advice, would not be able to say that something that’s repugnant should be outlawed,” Mr. Schumer said. “You said it’s repugnant. I don’t understand how you can now say, Well, I have to ask a whole lot of other people.”

    14. Ein Says:

      Muckraker says: “The best plan would be to exile them to Africa TOGETHER. And to nevermore make the mistake of allowing them in. EVER!”

      Question: How does one insure it is fovever? Some places have expelled them repeatedly. Even Germany has them back — and in prominent places.

      When you look at the incredibly long list of their expulsions (which can’t all be due to “prejudice” against their “religion”), one thing stands out — within a few years they seep right back in again.

    15. Ein Says:

      They hate us, but they want to live among us. Isn’t that strange!

      Wouldn’t you think they would want to get away from the awful, “prejudiced” people who have”persecuted” them for so long?
      No, you can’t shake them off any more than a dog can shake off the fleas.

    16. Eine Kleine Kristalnachtmusik Says:

      Ein Says:

      31 January, 2008 at 4:06 pm

      Question: How does one insure it is fovever? Some places

      Answer: Easy, just make it holocaust this time instead of a holohoax.

    17. TSman Says:

      “Rep. Gary Ackerman (D-N.Y.), the chairman of the U.S. House of Representatives Middle East Subcommittee, convened a hearing last week addressing censorship in the Arab world and how it spurs anti-Semitism. On the Republican side, Rep. Ileana Ros Lehtinen (R-Fla.) introduced a resolution last week calling for the United Nations to take steps to prevent the expression of anti-Semitism at U.N. events”
      In the first sentence”censorship in the Arab world” is a bad thing(apparently it prevents jewish propaganda), however; in the second sentence, censorship(“prevent the expresson of”, a little jew word game here) is a good thing when it comes to anti-semitism. Trickey, aren’t they.

    18. sgruber Says:

      Expulsion to Madagascar or elsewhere won’t work. What’s needed is what Alex Linder once called “vertical expulsion” – six feet under.