Monday, May 10, 2010
If you think the average goy in America is upset about Israel, think again. Today's nomination of a typical Upper West Side Jew for the SCOTUS would make my blood boil - and it sort of does. The disproportionate amount of Jews in Government was bad enough, now it gets even worse, and in the worst possible way. It's one thing to have influential Jews in the media and in elected positions of power like Congress, but to have them in the judiciary - where the American people have no say, despite the hearings that take place - is too much already for a man in, say, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, to bear - especially if he's unemployed or facing foreclosure. Times may change, and technological advances may make our lives more simple and easier to deal with, but the facade that is the human being can only take so much. We may have not reached that point yet, but it may very well come - and I'm sorry if I sound like Meir Kahane here. And if that day does come you know who they'll come for first, it'll be the Jew, just like it always was. The question is only how we'll respond to it; if it'll be 1939 all over again or not.
What I really don't get is how it got to this point in the first place! How did the goyim just lie down and take it from us? Was it the everlasting guilt that they have, which have with the Black Community as well, or was it the slow and constant reprogramming of the young American mind, both in schools and Universities since the 60s? Either way they managed to do a job on the American people, that even a (half) Black President also is surrounded mostly by Jews and now - after throwing a bone to the Hispanics with the Sotomayor pick - goes back to elevating Jews to positions of great power. I'm kind of surprised at myself here; surprised that I'm so bothered by it, that is. Maybe it was that discussion I had on Motzoei Shabbos with a friend on a long drive to the country. Maybe it's the Rubashkin trial - the Dreyfus trial (in the opinion of many) of our time. In any case I cannot believe that people don't have issues with the favoritism shown to one group over others, even if that group is mine.
Having said that I guess it's safe to assume that the good people of Natruna will now write a long and strong worded letter to the Honorable President Obama attacking him at least on the Hisgarus BeUmos front, telling him how his choice of EK, a secular, Liberal Jew who probably dislikes what most goyim in America like, is terrible for Jews, and will cause a backlash of anti-Semitism the likes of which we've never seen. She's without question the woman who will makes lots and lots people very, very angry, and the fact that she's a member of the Jewish People will make it even worse. We need Natruna to step up to the dish and save all of us. They have the money, the people, and apparently the will to save of us from our enemies, both within and from the outside. They're saving us from the Zionist angle, now they need to do it on the home front. Settlement building in Beitar and Ramat Shlomo is bad, yes, but telling millions of goyim they can't own guns or celebrate their holidays or pray or other such decisions makes that into child's play.
I expect a full page ad in the NYT and WP by Sunday.