17 September, 2014

Sorry, That Can’t Happen, Because It Isn’t Jew-Approved

Posted by Socrates in 'anti-Semitism', America, Henry Ford, jewed culture, Jewish chosenness, Socrates at 4:58 pm | Permanent Link

In America, the self-chosen decide who’s legitimate and who isn’t, and they’ve decided that Henry Ford isn’t.

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  7. 6 Responses to “Sorry, That Can’t Happen, Because It Isn’t Jew-Approved”

    1. Tim McGreen Says:

      Henry Ford almost single-handedly revolutionized the world with his mass-produced trucks, tractors and automobiles. He has contributed more to human civilization than any Jew ever did, ever could or ever will. He was a truly great American and a friend of the White Working Man. So it’s too god damn bad if the Jews have nothing better to do than sit around and wait to be offended or outraged. Is there anything that DOESN’T offend or outrage them? Perhaps they should all move to Zionist Occupied Palestine, where they can drive their Mercedes-Benz’s back and forth all day long over bridges named after bomb-throwing Jew terrorists like Menachem Begin and Ariel Sharon.

      Kikes just love being a pain in the ass, because they know we always cave in and let them have their way.

    2. Sean Gruber Says:

      The “Ford wuz an antisemite!” line used to be a minor sidelight of extreme leftism (e.g., among communists). It went gradually more mainstream during the past 10 or so years. Bill Bryson’s best-selling pop history “One Summer: 1927,” published last year, damns Ford (and Lindbergh) as completely irredeemable and evil characters, without a real shred of human legitimacy. That view seems to be becoming the standard line. Bryson is a good writer technically but an archetypal anti-White Brit. Here is a photo of this sanctimonious madman:

      https://thekenyonthrill.files.wordpress.com/2013/11/bill-bryson.jpg

    3. fd Says:

      http://rarehistoricalphotos.com/henry-ford-receiving-grand-cross-german-eagle-nazi-officials-1938/

    4. Sean Gruber Says:

      fd, that photo shows Ford was a good man, admired by leaders all over the world. Personally, I believe the bridge ought to be renamed “Hitler Bridge”; but Ford probably wouldn’t have believed so, and the kikes’ attack on him as some kind of Beelzebub is just another low-down, dirty blow at an innocent American “gentile.” If Ford had been anything like what they say he was, he would have done much to help Hitler. He didn’t, unfortunately.

    5. fd Says:

      I agree, Sean Gruber. The Jews have hyped Ford as a great villain. He did publish the periodical news letter exposing Jewish depravity. Good job for that.

    6. Tim McGreen Says:

      The German division of Ford was still making trucks and other vehicles for the Reich during WWII. Ford HQ in Dearborn insists they had no contact whatsoever with their German factories during that time but I wonder?

      Also, Henry Ford was pressured into issuing an apology for his “anti semitism” but he NEVER retracted anything he said or wrote about the Jews.