Friday, February 10, 2006
Who was Behind Those Cartoons?
Well duh! It was the Jews of course.
As suspected, and claimed on this blog over the weekend, the inflammatory anti-Muslim cartoons published in the Danish newspaper Jyllands-Posten were a deliberate provocation designed to outrage and incite Muslims and thus engender support in Europe and America for the manufactured “clash of civilizations” engineered by the Straussian neocons. As Christopher Bollyn writes for the American Free Press, the neocon operative behind the cartoon scheme is Flemming Rose, cultural editor of Jyllands-Posten, who has “has clear ties to the Zionist Neo-Cons.” Rose “traveled to Philadelphia in October 2004 to visit Daniel Pipes, the Neo-Con ideologue who says the only path to Middle East peace will come through a total Israeli military victory. Rose then penned a positive article about Pipes, who compares ‘militant Islam’ with fascism and communism,” Bollyn reveals.Straussian Neocons. Has a much nicer ring than zio-neo-fascist-PNAC-zio-hasbarian-neocon-ziocon-crypto-neo-zio-hasbarian-zio-zio-zio-quadruple masonic-neo-totalitarian-zio-neo-zippady-doo-dah-zio-rotarians doesn't it?
Daniel Pipes is one of the more virulent and hateful of the Straussian neocons, famous for his racist and xenophobic statement that Muslim immigrants are “brown-skinned peoples cooking strange foods and not exactly maintaining Germanic standards of hygiene,” an attitude straight out of the Nazi school of racial hyperbole (a philosophy embraced by no small number of Jabotinsky Likudites and their fellow travelers among the traitorous Straussian neocons).
can't be critical of Iran, when the news outlets of both have so much in common.
That the US blames Iran and Syria for making it an issue (to draw attention away from Iran's renewed nuclear program) is hardly surprising.
The US is clearly run by Zio-Nazi neo cons (aka Jews).
I think your sarcasm tags are broken again JL...
But in the absence of any sense from, oh, about half the world, it is easier to just be sarcastic.
As long as I'm still distinguishable from the filth posing as commentary on Indymedia, I'm happy.