Insane Jew Hating Rant in S.F. By Hamas Supporter On Black Friday

holseyd, in comments, about the video:

thanks for passing the video along Cindi. the woman in the video had actually just moved to S.F. from Texas and was telling how shocked she was over all the leftist style hate going on there toward everything Western Civ. along with the slobbering love affair with all of Israel and America's enemies.

Thanks omrib113. this extended version of a video i uploaded at the end of 2012 is compliments of my friend who has a Polish accent and that you also hear in the video. indeed what happened that day was a joint effort along with helpful bystander.

Posted by: Stable Hand at 09:45 AM

Comments

1 The guy was probably on his way to the 'gym' to 'work out' and they got in his way?

Posted by: EROWMER at January 08, 2013 10:17 AM

2 What we have here are two people.
One sounds like he will be asked to write the democrat platform in 2016, and the other more reasonable one voted for Bronco Bama in 08 and 12.

What the hell?

Posted by: Sig at January 08, 2013 12:11 PM

3 Was that Greyrooster? Man is he a skinny little bastard, and he looks homeless, hahahaha.

Posted by: Moshe Ben Avram at January 08, 2013 01:28 PM

4 Naw! It was a zioshit yidfag on his way to the bathhouse. Mark lives in San Francisco. Could be him. Or his daddy.

Posted by: Greyrooster at January 09, 2013 07:12 PM

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As the child of parents who survived the concentration
camps I have dedicated a my academic career and my clerical calling to educate
the next generation to learn the lessons of the Nazi horrors. The first lesson
of the holocaust is that the murder of6 million Jews in 21 nations did not begin
with an edict to cast the Jews into the ovens. It began with a policy of
demonizing the Jews as if they were less than human. Throughout WWII, the exiled
Mufti of Jerusalem, Haj Amin Al Husseini, operated out of Hitler's bunker and
broadcast and rantings that called for the murder of the Jews on Nazi radio, in
the Arabic language, a daily radio message that was beamed to the middle east,
while the Mufti actively recruited Arabs to join SS units that systematically
rounded up and executed thousands of Jewish families in the Balkans.


Last Friday, on January 4th, 2013, Mahmood Abbas, the leader of what the
UN has defined as the State of Palestine, issued a speech in which he praised
the legacy of the Mufti of Jerusalem and of slew of Arabs who have murdered Jews
over the past generation. To ignore Abbas's message is ignore the first lesson
of the holocaust, which is that anyone who glorifies hose who murder Jews is to
be held culpable in the advocacy of mass murder/

It is therefore
incumbent on every person of conscience to condemn Abbas and to break off all
relations with him and the entity that he represents.

I await a response
from the representatives of every Jewish organization and from every responsible
cleric.



There is a adage in the Talmud which is that SILENCE IS
AGREEMENT. RABBI DR. BERNHARD ROSENBERG

Posted by: rosenberg at January 11, 2013 04:10 AM

6 As a son of parents whose relatives (may have/could have) be a party to killing 6 million (glad you said that instead of normal 456,445,678.343.256.234 killed) during the (holocaust) I only wonder what caused such hatred? Why would the people of 21 countries wish to get rid of these people? What was it that set them off to come up with and be part of such a horrible solution. Why did they figure they even needed a solution? How and why did they get so pissed off at the Jews? I'm not going to buy that millions of civilized people suddenly woke up one morning and decided to start killing others without some kind of reason. Just wondering Mr. Rosenberg. Just wondering. You ever wondered about that. I wonder about it because history has a history of repeating itself. Whatever caused this horrific part of history needs to be addressed /cured. It takes two to make a fight and well as it takes two to prevent a fight.

Posted by: Jacob at January 11, 2013 09:36 AM

7 "what the UN has defined as the state of Palestine"? The Palestinians and 90% of the world also defines Palestine as Palestine.

Abbas's message wasn't the first message of the holocaust. The first message of the holocaust should be the cause of it. Abbas is nothing. The cause is everything. Address the cause and you eliminate the need for a cure.

Posted by: Jacob at January 11, 2013 09:44 AM






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