01 December 2009

IN SEARCH OF ANTI-SEMITISM

There has been another “Anti-Semitic Hate Crime” folks. Ok, it’s time to add to the ever growing Anti-Semitic “Word List” The latest additions may surprise you, they did me. So, without further adieu, here are the three new phrases now considered to be “Anti-Semitic” more after the new "Anti-Semitic" phrases:

1. “save our souls”

2. “And he was the king of the Jews. Believe that one.”

And bringing up the rear of the list, we have the ever grotesque:

3. “make love not war.”

Now, here’s my take; Ever hear of the “Fish Story?” You know, the one where the fisherman almost catches a fish (but it gets away?) and then when he’s asked how big it was, he says “This Big!” (Indicating over 80 feet long, even though he was only using 10 lb line LOL) and of course it’s a total exaggeration, and everyone knows it! Yeah THAT one! Well, I’ve noticed regarding the recent “so called Anti-Semitic Hate Crime" that the Zionists have become the fishermen, telling “porkie pies” e.g. “lies.” Check out this story of a “hate crime” at a Jewish Community Center. When they can’t find it, they make it up:
link Upper Keys police are investigating a possible hate crime after the Keys Jewish Community Centre’s sign was defaced. Vandals apparently used black permanent marker to repeatedly write “SOS,” which police and synagogue members said likely stands for “save our souls,” across the north-facing side of the sign along U.S. 1.
So there's the first new Anti-Semitic word to add to the ever growing list of Anti Semitic words. And according to the Zionists:
The other phrase written was a “And he was the king of the Jews. Believe (sic) that one.”
Firstly, the Zionists deem the above phrase as Anti-Semitic and want to take a Zionist swipe at Jesus lovers, so Jesus is on the new list as well. Secondly, it’s all a big fat Zionist lie. As sadly for the Zionists the police can actually read, and THEY said the 2nd phrase was this:
Police reports state the markings including “SOS” and the phrase “make love not war.”
That’s what “paranoia” and “longing to be the perpetual victim” can do to Zionists, make them hallucinate, and thus seeing the phrase “And he was the king of the Jews. Believe (sic) that one” instead of the ACTUAL phrase which was “make love not war." So what was the reasoning behind the fibbing? Why of course the Zionist head of the Community Centre needs to “Pump Up” those "Anti-Jewish Hate Crime Statistics” so they can keep the ADL all happy like, and of course bring Jesus into the fray to get back at all those Christians, so here’s their reply to the police version:
“It is clearly a hate crime” Sax said. “At our next board meeting we’ll see what actions to take to ward this off —
So, please add the phrase “Make Love Not War” to the Anti-Semitic “no-no” list along with “save our souls” plus “And he was the king of the Jews. Believe that one.” Even though the last one about Jesus was hallucinated by the Zionists as stated by the police. Given this hallucinating phenomenon, how can the world believe anything Israel or Zionists say, when even the smallest thing is lied about.

1 comment:

FugaziQuo said...

"Vandals apparently used black permanent marker to repeatedly write "SOS," which police and synagogue members said likely stands for "save our souls"...

Since the vandals mis-spelled "believe" as "belive", it would seem that whoever wrote these words is either dyslexic or grammatically retarded. Maybe the vandals meant "SODS" instead of "SOS".

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