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Nov 09 2011

An Explanation of Occupy Wall Street Anti-Semitism

Why do OWS commies hate Jews so much? It could have something to do with the socialist–Islamist–fascist axis:

Now if only someone would explain why most Jews support this axis by voting for Democrats.

On a tip from IslandLifer.

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  • lvb-rocks

    Excellent.
    Evil, like politics, makes strange bedfellows.

  • Dr. 9

    Funny thing is, most of the leftists and anarchists down there are jews. Self-hating jews, but jews none the less.

  • Bob Roberts

    Dr. 9 says: November 9, 2011 at 8:56 pm
    Funny thing is, most of the leftists and anarchists down there are jews. Self-hating jews, but jews none the less.
    ——-
    Based on what data? Just curious how you came to this conclusion, because it would not appear to fit the facts as they seem to exist.

    Certainly there is a contingent of self-hating jews there, no doubt about that. But since the movement is so hateful of jews, you think they would purge themselves of that lot.

  • http://www.christianitytoday.com/ch/131christians/activists/wilberforce.html Wilberforce

    Posted this over on my Facebook last night. Hoo boy. My leftist friends did NOT like it. At all. :)

  • TED
  • http://www.christianitytoday.com/ch/131christians/activists/wilberforce.html Wilberforce

    Excellent graphic, TED. Ramirez is my favorite :)

  • lvb-rocks

    Wilberforce,
    I checked the link to your name and thought you might be interested in hearing the conversion stories of some very bright people. If so, google Scott Hahn, Steve Ray, or Tim Staples. Also, have you read Chesterton? I think you might like Orthodoxy or The Everlasting Man. I like Ramirez too.
    Best.

  • Artfldgr

    the vid is now private so no one sees it

  • adam

    After much wondering, I did some research. The closest thing I found to an explanation was Jewish people saying that after WWII, they did not want any one nationality to become a strong majority here, so they have worked hard for multi-culturalism. Have no idea if there is validity to that.

  • http://myhanoi.net/profile/CatalinaM http://seahorizon.org

    Most of the things you point out happens to be astonishingly appropriate and it makes me ponder the
    reason why I hadn’t looked at this in this light before. This particular piece truly did turn the light on for me personally as far as this particular topic goes. But at this time there is 1 factor I am not really too comfortable with so while I make an effort to reconcile that with the central idea of the point, permit me see exactly what all the rest of your readers have to say.Very well done.

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