Friday, March 01, 2013
Holocaustianity In The News: Desperate Holocaust Racketeers Seek New Ways To Keep Their Dream Alive And The Shekels Flowing, Target Joan Rivers
As the number of Holocaust survivors continue to dwindle due to natural attrition, Holocaust advocacy groups desperate to keep the shekels flowing into their treasuries find newer and more imaginative ways to keep their dream alive, and work ceaselessly to suppress any dissent. To one such group, anything with the designation "SS" represents the Nazis.
One such target is General Motors. GM recently introduced its Chevrolet SS muscle car for the 2014 model year. SS stands for Super Sport, and GM has used it for over 50 years, previously in their Chevelle brand. Yet a group of Israeli Holocaust racketeers has suddenly decided after all this time that, in their minds, "SS" means Schutzstaffel. Baruch Shuv, the head of the awkwardly-named Organization of Partisans, Underground Fighters and Ghetto Rebels in Israel, said that the use of the SS name is very inappropriate, and added that it is not a name that will bring them pride or success. However, GM refused to don sackcloth and ashes and beg for forgiveness; in response, Chevrolet spokesperson Michael Albano told FoxNews.com that Chevrolet has no plans to export the SS to Israel.
Another target of the Holocaust racketeers is 79-year-old Jewish comedienne Joan Rivers. During Elton John's recent AIDS Foundation Academy Awards party, Rivers took notice of a sexy Julien Macdonald dress worn by German supermodel Heidi Klum. But then on the February 25th episode of E!'s Fashion Police, Rivers said, "The last time a German looked this hot was when they were pushing Jews into the ovens". Immediately, the Anti-Defamation League erupted, as Abe Foxman issued one of his typical hyperbolic statements. Foxman, referring to Rivers' Jewishness, said of all people, she should know better, and also condemned Rivers' three co-hosts, Giuliana Rancic, Kelly Osborne and George Kotsiopoulos, for laughing at the joke. Foxman also called upon Rivers to issue a formal apology, and for the E! network to remove the segment from future broadcast. Foxman firmly maintains that there are certain things about the Holocaust that should be taboo [Ed. Note: Like the truth, for example.].
In response, Joan Rivers also refused to don sackcloth and ashes and beg for forgiveness. Rivers explained, "My husband lost the majority of his family at Auschwitz, and I can assure you that I have always made it a point to remind people of the Holocaust through humor." When asked specifically about an apology, Rivers retorted "For what? Why don't you worry about Mel Gibson? Why aren't you worried about the anti-Semites out there, and not pick someone who doesn't have a single living relative, hmm?" Typical of a Jew to try to deflect criticism onto a Gentile, but at least she didn't grovel before the Holocaust cartel.
The ADL also took a swipe at Seth MacFarlane over a comedy segment at the Oscars which they considered anti-Semitic. MacFarlane provides the voice behind Ted -- the foul mouthed, digital stuffed bear that was the center of the summer's mega-hit comedy, Ted. Ted appeared on stage with Marc Wahlberg, and joked that Jews controlled Hollywood and that fealty to the religion was required to work in the industry. "I was born Theodore Shapiro, and I would like to donate to Israel and continue to work in Hollywood forever," he said, to audience laughter and Wahlberg's feigned displeasure. The ADL decried the sketch as offensive and claimed it reinforces stereotypes which legitimize anti-Semitism, to include the age-old canard about Jewish control of the film industry. Of course, the ADL conveniently ignores the fact that it was another Jew, L.A. Times reporter Joel Stein, who exposed overwhelming Jewish dominance among Hollywood producers in 2008. By the way, MacFarlane hasn't apologized either.
The Holocaust cartel is actually the Jewish community's greatest potential enemy, since they create anti-Semitism.