Tuesday, April 14, 2009
Pat Buchanan Really Brings Out the Best in People
Regardless of what you might think of the merits of Patrick J. Buchanan’s article, “The Real Haters,” he certainly does bring out the anti-Semites like no one this side of Ron Paul. If you feel a sudden urge to disagree, you might just want to traipse through the comments on Pat’s little gem. It’s like a deranged little party filled with holocaust deniers and white supremacists. One, in particular, from the commenter “honestbabe” stands out as more odious than the rest in its repetition of outright lies and slander about Jewish ritual sacrifices:
One reason for this is the fact that the practice of ritual murder is fraught with danger for the entire Jewish Community. Most uprisings against the Jews during the past two thousand years have stemmed from the discovery of this practice, and the resulting attempts of the non-Jews to punish the Jews for murdering non-Jewish children.
The principal reason that this crime is so often discovered, is that the naked, pierced body of the child, once it has been drained of blood, must be thrown on a trash heap. The Jewish rite forbids burial of the body, even though this would conceal all evidence of their crime. The Talmud, the Holy Book of the Jews, defines all non-Jews as beasts, and by Jewish law, the burial of beasts is forbidden. Therefore, the Jews try to conceal their crime by throwing the corpse of the murdered child down an abandoned well, where it may not be discovered, or by hiding it in some manner which will not constitute burial.
In many cases, the body is discovered, and then the Jews either are attacked by the non-Jews, or they spend thousands of dollars bribing witnesses and officials, and attempting to frame some gentile as a “sex murderer.” Bribery and intimidation of public officials and newspapermen is always the first step in this campaign. In the United States, since many of these are Jews, no bribery is necessary, as every Jew knows that it is his first duty to conceal the evidence of ritual murder. It is also customary for the Jews to pay off the murdered child’s parents with a large sum of money, which in many cases means that they will not prosecute.
While it’s hardly fair to hold the commenters against the author, that his writing attracts so much positive (and almost gleeful) attention from these bastards isn’t a coincidence. While there might be some good debate about Mr. John Demjanjuk’s fate, the focus of Buchanan’s article, there is just as much something very obvious tucked away to give every good anti-Semite’s soul some cause to smile. In this case, aside from the topic, it’s there at the end of the article:
The spirit behind this un-American persecution has never been that of justice tempered by mercy. It is the same satanic brew of hate and revenge that drove another innocent Man up Calvary that first Good Friday 2,000 years ago.
The right kind of anti-Semite--you know, the Christian, white anti-Semites--know that the Jews are responsible for the crucifixion of Christ. Would Buchanan, a smart man who has always written with great consideration, bumble into that kind of a line completely ignoring or ignorant of the fact that many Christian anti-Semites consider Jews to be the children of the devil and that Jews are little more than manipulative liars and bitter sub-humans who twisted the reality of the holocaust to serve their personal ends? I find that hard to believe and, given the proximity to Easter, quite manipulative in itself.
As I said, Buchanan sure does know how to bring out the true haters.
H/T Philip Klein.