Anti-Israel bigotry and bias anti-Semitism C-Span Michael Scheuer


This kind of antisemitic nonsense is becoming so mainstream that the C-Span anchorman didn’t even flinch when the caller ‘John’ from Fanklin NY stated:

I am sick and tired of all these Jews coming on C-Span and other stations and pushing us to go to war against our Muslim friends. They’re willing to spend the last drop of American blood and treasure to get their way in the world. They have way too much power in this country, people like Wolfowitz, Fiefe and the other neo-cons that Jewed us into Iraq, and now we’re going to spend the next 60 rehabilitating our soldiers. I’m sick and tired of it.

The US gets an equal share out of its relationship with the Jewish state, as Israel is the de facto maintainer of the status quo in hte region for the last 40 yers or so. In spite of the occasional flare-up, the region has remained stable enough for the transportation of goods to flow freely through the Suez. US weapons are influenced heavily by Israeli designs and the sharing of information and technology, as well as Israel being a fellow democracy, are reasons why the US has closer ties with them, than with Egypt or the Saudis. Scheuer is an antisemitic arse. KGS
NOTE: Antisemite Scheuer of course doesn’t even raise an eyebrow. Listen to it all, Scheuer’s nonsense is as disgusting, be sure to have a barf bag ready.

A helpful tipster managed to download the C-SPAN interview I mentioned yesterday. Here is the section with the unbelievably anti-semitic question by the caller, the clueless C-SPAN anchor not even blinking as he asks for comments, and then Michael Scheuer pretty much telling the world how Israel deserves to be the target of terror attacks. From Elder of Ziyon:

2 Responses

  1. This caller identified as John from Franklin, N.Y. and maybe not his real name but his use of the phrase “that jewed us into Iraq” is important to point out. Many so-called Americans in rural areas especially, and even in Sarah Palin’s Alaska where I often hearr these terms being used in daily conversation, and it is entirely possible that Ms Palin has used such wording before herself in regarding to “jewing someone down” in regard to backyard garage sales in Wasilla and Juneau—I know, because I lived in Alaska for 12 years and often heard very nice Alaskans use this terminology, to my own face even, and friends in Alaska born in Minnesota, too, used this phrase right to my face without even being aware they were slurring an entire people—so this use of “that jewed us into Iraq”—using to jew as a verb in such an ugly antisemitic way—bares watching by the late William Safire and other wordsmiths. This is not an isolated case. Some reporter should ask Sarah Palin if she ever uses such terms when talking about bargaining at yard sales in Alaska. And if she doesn’t use the term herself, does she speak up when she hears a fellow Alaskan speaking this way within earshot and tell them to curb their antisemitism, however, innocent it may be?

  2. what part of this is wrong? I'm sicK of fighting wars for jews, and I am just one person.
    The jig is up!

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