Saturday, 10 June 2006

Paul McCartney

Sir Paul McCartney, in Israel to celebrate the country's 60th anniversary, was quoted thus in the 25 September 2008 edition of The Sun:

“All we need is peace in the region and a two-state solution.”
'All we need is peace,' eh, Maccers? How about some reparations for the dead and dispossessed as well? I mean, just how many Palestinian deaths will you be celebrating tonight? And will you be celebrating the deaths of the British soldiers, policemen and other workers who were murdered by Jewish terrorists before independence was granted in 1948?

And will you be celebrating the Israeli tie-in with the US Neocons who engineered the latest war in Iraq, perhaps? And the obscene 'reparations' Israel, the diaspora and the Holocaust industry are still garnering, 63 years years on, from the German people?

Here's a little quote for you to have a think about whilst you're celebrating, Maccers.

"The Holocaust may yet turn out to be the greatest robbery in the history of mankind."
What do you think about that, eh? What's that you say, Maccers, the chap who said it is an 'anti-semite?' Er, well, no, actually. The gentleman who said this happens to be a Jewish historian! Professor Noman Finkelstein dares to tell us what the historians and the powers-that-be have known for some time in hisyear 2000 book, The Holocaust Industry: Reflections on the Exploitation of Jewish Suffering.

What's that, Maccers? Oh, I'm an anti-semite for repeating what the professor said? Right. And why am I quibbling with the figures anyway?

Oh, that's easy, the figures are wrong. And they are known to be wrong. Horrible people are profiting, as we speak, from a known lie. They've been profiting from the lie for a very long time now. The state of Israel, which you have determined to celebrate, has profited in particular. As the good Professor Finkelstein says:

"The Holocaust has proven to be an indispensable ideological weapon. Through its deployment, one of the world's most formidable military powers, with a horrendous human rights record, has cast itself as a 'victim' state".
What do you think of that, eh, Maccers? Do you think that 'peace' is possible with a regime with such a 'horrendous human rights record?' Do you really think that a group of people who were prepared to deceive the wholewide world into thinking that 6,000,000 Jews died at the hands of the Nazis, will ever make 'peace' on a genuine level?

Or, once in a while, will they just pretend to do so, to con airheads like you into thinking that 'peace' and love will find a way? Hang on a minute, where you going? We need to discuss this! It's important! What's that? 'F*** off, Nazi, go suck a swastika?'

Ah right. The vocabulary of last resort. As Professor Finkelstein says:

"The most successful ethnic group in the United States has likewise acquired victim status. Considerable benefits accrue to this specious victimhood - in particular, IMMUNITY TO CRITICISM, HOWEVER JUSTIFIED".
If you want to know just how far the 'immunity to criticism' writ runs, ladies and gents, check out the thread, 'Someone's Made a Fortune: Hold Them to Account,'at the UK Debate forum, here:

On every page at the site, underneath the UK Debate logo, this is said:

"A Free Speech Forum".
Methinks that, at the UK Debate forum, (and all the others policed by the Community Security Trust types)'free speech' may just be a little more equal for some than it is for others. Check it out, folks.

Linda Eastman, McCartney's deceased wife, was Jewish.

Which means Mary, Stella and James are Jewish too. Call me a Judaeophile but I'm almost certain I'd prefer them (and Linda) to their dad.

And he used to be such a nice boy.

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