Sunday, June 5, 2011

Anti-Semitism in the U.S. is alive and sickly well in San Francisco (Nazi propaganda comics)

A proposed circumcision ban on the November ballot in San Francisco is being driven some Nazi-like forces of anti-Semitic supporters

Repeat: That's a circumcision ban for the entire City of San Francisco regardless of religious laws that might mandate otherwise.

The proponents of the law will tell you that such a ban has nothing to do with any anti-Semitic agenda, but is to protect "human rights" and to "protect babies."

While that could potentially be true for some, the campaign literature that goes by the name "Foreskin Man" was not created in Nazi Germany in the 1930's but in San Diego in 2011 and has the "hero" battling evil and circumcision crazed Jews. (San Diego is the home of

Again while not all of the laws supporters ascribe to this anti-Semitic agenda, the sad fact is that in 2011 in the United States anyone does.

As Bookworm said in his article, "The circumcision ban on the San Francisco ballot is driven by blatant anti-Semitism," "Go, read the whole thing, and prepare to scrape your jaw from the floor. It’s horrifying, nasty, awful, evil stuff. I read a headline today (and can’t, for the life of me, figure out where), stating that anti-Semitism is resurgent today in a way not seen since the eve of WWII. This kind of garbage makes that claim — a claim I don’t doubt is true — resonate with real force.

My last word on the subject is that, in the 1930s, as now, socialism was politically dominant in the Western cultures that supported anti-Semitism, and Islam was (as has been the case for centuries) politically d0minant in the Middle Eastern cultures supporting anti-Semitism."

Anti-Semitism in the United States (as it is around the world) is alive and sickly well!

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