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Saturday, May 31, 2014

The Jew's "principle"?--ALWAYS, only what's good for Jews....

Below-copied by ap first published at comments,

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WTP's "Principle": Whatever Is Good For Jews
(Apollonian, 31 May 14)

"[L]eftism is the norm"?--ho ho ho--so give us a definition (of "leftism"), eh?--ho ho ho--can't/won't do it, will u?  Ho ho ho ho.

"[S]oftest of 'conservative' ideas and speakers"?--ho ho ho ho--what's "conservative"?  Let me guess: it includes supporting Israel, doesn't it?  Ho ho ho ho

Then u tell us: "I’ve had people far more conservative than myself repeat leftist dogma that makes no rational sense but they learned it in school so they believe it until challenged to think."  Ho ho ho ho (See above.)

And then u frown on "conspiracy theories" again--but tell us, WTP, is there any doubt JFK was killed by "conspiracy"?--only about 90% of Americans seem to think so.  And did u know it's now PROVEN MLK was killed by conspiracy?--see

Google "33 conspiracy theories that turned out to be true."  Ho ho ho ho

Then as I've already pt'd out, u renege upon ur own assertion regarding publically-funded "education."

U're "conservative" long as it is "good for Jews," WTP; "leftism" is simply reduction to absurd, isn't it?--as w. homosexuals, so that's only reason u don't go for it.

-----------------------above by ap in response to below-copied by "WTP"---------------------

WTP said, on May 31, 2014 at 6:48 am
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Oh, I disagree with that. It’s the culture that does it. Immersion in a culture where leftism is the norm, where extreme leftism goes unnoticed, and where even the softest of conservative ideas and speakers are shouted down and you get the society we have today. I’ve had people far more conservative than myself repeat leftist dogma that makes no rational sense but they learned it in school so they believe it until challenged to think. Specifically I’m thinking of “war is good for the economy”, but there’s much other similar nonsense, much of it in economics. The sixties really drove the culture to the edge with anti-American rhetoric, rife with conspiracy theories and the kind of lies on what we now call urban legends were built. Hillary came from a GOP family. By the time she was 30 she had stopped voting Republican. Protestant Christianity is your root for this? Really? I think you’re whistling past the graveyard here.

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Previously, the Jew wrote:

WTP said, on May 30, 2014 at 8:58 pm
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Academics at work.
San Francisco State University (SFSU) spent more than $7,000 to send two of its professors to the Middle East for a series of meetings with two convicted terrorists, according to funding documents obtained from a California Public Records Act.
SFSU professors Rabab Abdulhadi and Joanne Barker were awarded the money by the university for a trip to Jordan and the West Bank where they met with two notorious terrorists tied to Hamas and the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP), both of which are designated as terrorist groups by the U.S. State Department.

------------------------------to which, ap responded (below-copied)------------------------

Jew Cannot Help Being Jew
(Apollonian, 31 May 14)

Gosh WTP: why/how is it people might think u're Jew?--ho ho ho hoho

Problem is Israel and Jews are in control of USA, this complex now known as ZOG.

And Hamas and PFLP are PATRIOT org.s who are fighting ZOG no less than many if not most of the Tea-Party, though ZOG, specifically Israel, in guise of "neo-cons," is trying to infiltrate and take control of Tea-Party, Rand Paul being sad, tragic example.

So sending these "academics" is actually quite legitimate inquiry for educational purposes, I'd say--though I'd (unlike u) would stick w. the basic principle there should be NO public funds going for "education."

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