Today Occupy Wall Street, CodePink and some lesser known less obvious useful idiots and Communists gathered at various locations around Washington D.C and marched, goose stepped and made terrible jokes about the Jewish people and their country; which by the way is a real country unlike Palestine.
So let's see what these guardians of free speech, these heroes of K-street decided to do to protest, to argue for basic human rights and dignity for a people they claim are repressed and the targets of apartheid (a fancy word they heard on Doctor Who no doubt).
If any Jews are reading this, please send me some money - Obama stole mine :(
This ones for kids!
Yup, Jewish useful idiots they DO exist! SooperMexican owes me $10
Jews are such liars about their dead children; look how many of ours died too!
Now I know what you're thinking - this was a conference on Jews so that means there's gotta be intellectuals here somewhere saying crazy nazi garbage right? Oh good you think like me! In comes Chris Hedges with this speech I'll sum it up for you if you don't want to read all of it:
The battle for justice in the Middle East is our battle. It is part of the vast, global battle against the 1 percent (Da Jews!).
And let us not forget that deep inside our secret world of offshore penal colonies, black sites, and torture and interrogation centers, we practice the cruelty and barbarity that always accompanies unchecked imperial power.
We are the biggest problem in the Middle East. It is we who legitimize the Mahmoud Ahmadinejads, suicide bombers and radical jihadists. The longer we drop iron fragmentation bombs and seize Muslim land, the longer we kill with impunity, the more these monsters, reflections of our own distorted image, will proliferate. (God America sucks so much, good thing I Chris Hedges am so fucking smart; oh wait the microphone is still on? Son of a bit...)
I'm not going to say that everyone outside of the AIPAC conference today was an anti-semite and I'm not even going to go my traditional route and condemn the entire #OWS movement as that either. What I will say though is that Anti-Semitism and bigotry are slippery slopes and once you begin down that slide it's hard to get off of it. I'd encourage people involved to taper their approach and be careful of imagery that appears even the least anti-semitic. As they say in NYC "If you see something, say something!"