Thursday, March 12, 2009

Shame on Obama for Using an Old Code Word for Jew

It's unpopular to be seen helping "banks", or so President Barack Hussein Obama would have us believe in his faux State of the Union address last month. "Everyone is suffering in part from their bad decisions." Attacking "banks" in such away has long and very ugly historical roots.

Adolf Hitler and the Nazi party rose to power in the 1930's promising to bring back jobs and food and to restore Germany's image in the world. They blamed Jews for most of Germany's problems.[1]

Ever since the production of the fabricated Protocols of the Elders of Zion, Jews have been the scapegoat for those who hold anti-Semitic beliefs. They allege the existence of a vast conspiracy by Jews to take over the banking system and thereby the world. Even though the document has long since been proven a forgery, it has not stopped the insinuations by would be dictators who use the Jewish people as an outlet for his follower's hate.

The Obama administration has reached back in history to use an old code word for Jew. It attempts to blame Jews for all the problems facing our nation during one of its worst economic disasters.[2]

Shame on Obama.[3]


Update: President Obama's nominee for a key intelligence position has withdrawn, blaming the Jewish Israeli lobby for campaigning against him and distorting his record. [4]

Update: Anthony Weiss of the Jewish Daily Forward reports, "Elders of Zion call it quits".[5]

The Elders of Zion, the venerable and shadowy Jewish organization that controls the international banking industry, news media and Hollywood, has announced that it is disbanding...

“We had a good run,” said one senior Elder, reminiscing over old photographs of world leaders in his musty, wood-paneled office at an undisclosed location. “Maybe we ran the world for just a little too long. Anyway, now it’s Obama’s problem.”

UPDATE 3/13/09: President Obama issued executive order fr04fe09-106 on January 27, 2009, authorizing the expenditure of $20.3 million to finance the migration of hundreds of thousands of Palestinians to the U.S.[6]

I hereby determine, pursuant to section 2(c)(1) of the Act, that it is important to the national interest to furnish assistance under the Act in an amount not to exceed $20.3 million from the United States Emergency Refugee and Migration Assistance Fund for the purpose of meeting unexpected and urgent refugee and migration needs...

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