Saturday, November 12, 2011

Antisemitism at CODOH

Finding antisemites on CODOH is like shooting fish in a barrel, but it is worthwhile to collate the cases that Jonnie Hargis permits to stand on the forum. I post them without commentary because their hatred and venom should be obvious to any sane reader.

On May 6th, 2005, 'steve' (who has 149 CODOH posts) wrote:
You seem angry that some of us clearly have an issue with jews. Well, what if we were right about the Big H? That would mean all the jewish 'eye-witnesses' were bald ass liars. Imagine that. All those incredible stories. They are not Irish people telling all those lies. They are/were jews! Imagine the H was a Lie.

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If it was indeed the case the H is a Lie, surely you can understand why some of us would be quite pissed at the jews. After all, is it unreasonable, if the H was a Lie, to have a problem with jews? Wouldn't that be a natural reaction? Of course, I am not saying one should hate ALL jews (I like Bobby Fischer, for example), but I am saying if the H was indeed a Big Lie, anti jewish sentiment would be perfectly understandable.
In the same year, Turpitz posted Bobby Fischer's view that "The United States is a farce controlled by dirty, hook-nosed circumcised Jew bastards"; Turpitz commented, "And who am I to argue with him?"

Moderator Jonnie Hargis has stated that Einsatzgruppen shooting victims were not innocent:
- Jews were very active in the illegal terrorist partisan groups (non-uniformed combatants), they suffered casualties via Einsatzgruppen anti-terrorist actions, they were certainly not 'innocent'
In the same thread, he defended the shooting of Jewish children:
Actually, women and children were involved in the terrorist partisans, and I suggest you read international law of the period.
Hargis has a problem with Chomsky:
I tend to agree with the assessment that Chomsky is a human rights fraud. Not to mention his judeo-centric Marxist ideas which have been historically proven to be unworkable.
How exactly is Marxism judeo-centric except in the minds of a Nazi?

1 comment:

Andrew E. Mathis said...

Huh.

I was "Iggy." I'd love to know how many 'nyms I've actually used at that place. It's well into double digits...