Monday, February 11, 2008

Did You Hear The One About The Jewish Boy Who Went To Tea With Terrorists?

When asked about the source for the promise of the seventy-two virgins, Ala Senakhreh, West Bank chief of Fatah's Martyrs Brigade, insisted such a promise was made in the Koran. When pressed about where exactly that promise could be located, neither Senakhreh nor any of his dozen henchmen clerics present could find such a passage. After much anxious searching, the Sheik became increasing hostile and Klein quickly left.

Badda-bing, tish!

Okay so I'm channelling Henny Youngman. Nevermind me. Lori Lowenthal Marcus raises some disturbing questions about young Aaron Klein's book, Schmoozing With Terrorists. Such as:

If these murder merchants happily speak at length about their desire to murder and torture those who don't fit their religious profiles, why are the rest of the hundreds of journalists who call Israel their beat unable to obtain the same information?

I blame the Zionist-controlled media.

Badda-bing, tish!

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Blogger Fred - said...

wonder if the local imam's will file HRC complaints against the VPL ?

Does our library know there's another word for anti-Semitism?
Terry Glavin, Special to the Sun
Published: Tuesday, February 12, 2008

British novelist Martin Amis recently confessed to being at a loss for words whenever he encounters the hysterical, "endocrinal state" that seems to befall certain people when the subject of Israel comes up in conversation.

"I just don't understand it," Amis said. "I know we're supposed to be grown up about it and not fling around accusations of anti-Semitism, but I don't see any other explanation."

And this got me to thinking. If it's not anti-Semitism, then what's the proper word for it?
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What is the right word for a book like Greg Felton's The Host and the Parasite: How Israel's Fifth Column Consumed America?

What is the right word for Felton's thesis, which is that a Zionist "junta" was at work on Sept. 11, 2001, and that al-Qaida is a mere concoction in a secret plan to subvert the American Constitution, demonize Muslims and commit mass murder?

What do you call it when the Vancouver Public Library decides to present Felton, an apologist for the book-banning, journalist-jailing Iranian theocracy, as the featured author on the evening of Feb. 25, and as the library's contribution to national Freedom to Read Week?

What are we allowed to call Felton, who traces his Zionist plot back to the 1940s, when these same Zionists made "common cause" with the Nazis to rid Europe of its Jews, and participated in the herding of Jews into Hitler's gas chambers?

What Felton calls himself is an award-winning investigative reporter and Middle East specialist. His last legitimate journalism job appears to have been with a Vancouver weekly newspaper in the late 1990s, when his brief career as a columnist came to a famously embarrassing end. The column that got Felton into such trouble was also about Zionists.

In that column, Felton traced Zionist swindles and trickery back through time and across Europe to a massive coverup of events that occurred in the Caucasus Mountains about 1,000 years ago.

Europe's Jews aren't Jews at all, Felton wrote. Almost all of them are "Khazars," a long-extinct Turkic tribe from somewhere north of the Caspian Sea.

Felton has been peddling this kind of thing ever since his departure from the weekly Vancouver Courier. He now writes for fringe Arab webzines and an online journal out of Tehran affiliated with the Iranian theocracy's Islamic Propagation Organization.

rtr http://www.canada.com/vancouversun/news/editorial/story.html?id=8f4a3c29-1ad4-43fc-bb49-b627feac1810

7:18 AM  
Blogger Blazing Cat Fur said...

Felton? Oh Lord not him again. Terry I thought you were the Zionist Controlled Media?

10:37 AM  
Blogger Transmontanus said...

No, Canada's news media is not controlled by Zionists. The media is controlled by the Chaim Herzog branch of the Ancient Order of Hibernians - even with the departure of one of our covert operatives, Warren Kinsella, from the National Post.

We operate under the rules set down by the Protocols of the Learned Elders of Kilkenny.

Our motto: We Are All Pikeys Now.

We have secret handshakes and everything.

11:49 AM  
Blogger SnoopyTheGoon said...

Oh well, Klein is definitely a rare gem. However, while I do read WND sometimes, it is quite frequently a PITA. And don't get me going on WND's attitude to homosexuals. And on Ann C.

12:06 PM  
Blogger Blazing Cat Fur said...

Secret handshakes! What about hats, no Hats?

I see fivefeetoffury and gayndright have picked up on your article. Great stuff Gatekeeper.

12:32 PM  
Blogger Stephen said...

Check with Antonia Zerbisias, she published many of Felton's comments on her last blog, and even defended him!!!!,

I hope the Vancouver is putting up a warning notice, about Felton, .

2:27 PM  
Blogger Transmontanus said...

Hey Stephen: Are you sure?

And Snoop: Thanks for the tip. Will watch that.

3:14 PM  
Blogger Transmontanus said...

Blazer: Yes. Now that I think of it. We must have hats.

3:45 PM  

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