From ‘Islamophobe’ to ‘anti-Semite’

“In ten years, Muslims and Arabs will be looking through a razor wire fence at the West,” Glenn Beck, the CNN talk show host.

The FAIR magazine, called Glenn Beck one the 12 most ‘Islamophobe’ bigots in the US. The others were Daniel Pipes, Bill O’Reilly, David Horowitz, Debbie Schlussel, Pat Robertson, Michael Savage, Steven Emerson, Michelle Malkin, Robert Spencer, Mark Setyn and Sean Hannity.

As the record shows, the Jewish Lobby doesn’t trust anti-Muslim ‘intellectuals’ or political leaders. Last week, 250 rabbis, Christian Zionist leaders and political sell-outs are after Glenn Beck’s neck for his comparison of Simon Greer with Nazis. Simon Greer is President of ‘Jewish funds for Justice’.

Israeli Hasbara Media Matter site reported on April 8, 2010 that Beck’s “rantings of a crazy man” is costing Fox News nearly $600,000 per week back in September 2009. Jew blogger Joshua called Glenn Beck “paranoid, delusional anti-Semite” on July 7, 2010.

In July 13 edition of Fox News, Glenn Beck reportely said: “Jesus conquered death.He was not victimized. He chose to give his life. He did havs a choice. If he was a victim, and this ideology was true, then Jesus would have come from the dead and made the Jews pay for what they did”.

On June 10, 2010 – Balimore Jewish Times published Professor Menachem Rosensaft’s (Cornell Law School) article ‘Glenn Beck’s Nazi Loving Train Wreck’, in which he wrote: “First we had Newt Gingrich’s absurd pronouncement that the Obama administration’s policies represent “as great a threat to America as Nazi Germany or the Soviet Union once did.” Then Helen Thomas went into her rant about how the Jews should “get the hell out of Palestine “ and “go home” to Poland and Germany , where Nazi Germany murdered millions of Jews. And now Tea Party hero and Fox News host Glenn Beck promotes a vicious anti-Semite and Nazi fellow traveler on his radio show. At least Helen Thomas had the good sense to resign as a Hearst columnist. Beck, on the other hand, is utterly unapologetic, secure in the knowledge that his reactionary audiences applaud his hate mongering.

On his June 4 radio program, Beck sang the praises of Elizabeth Dilling’s 1936 book, The Red Network: A “Who’s Who” and Handbook of Radicalism for Patriots, in which she declared that “the problem of the large number of revolutionary Russian Jews in Germany doubtless contributed toward making Fascist Germany anti-Semitic.” Dilling, it should be noted, was an admirer of Adolf Hitler who appeared at rallies organized by the German-American Bund, the largest Nazi group in the United States.

Elsewhere, Dilling wrote that “Talmudic Judaism is the progenitor of modern Communism and Marxist collectivism as it is now applied to a billion or more of the world’s population;” she called President Eisenhower “Ike the kike“; and she dismissed President Kennedy’s legislative agenda as the “Jew Frontier.”

The above shows once again that in the West – the ‘freedom of speech’ means demeaning Jesus (a.s) and the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) and making fun of Muslims and Christians – but criticism of Jews and Israel falls under the Hate Law.

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