Guys have you seen this video which was filmed by Max Blumenthal? It has one American Jewish extremist spewing racist filth and another voicing a death threat to Obama.
Would you belive the right wing Republican Jews got Google to ban it and now there's a campaign against Google. Blumenthal uploaded it to Vimeo now, take a look here and watch it
it is clear there is an active campaign by right-wing Jewish elements to suppress the video by filing a flood of complaints with Youtube. At the same time these elements have attempted to paint me as a self-hating Jew determined to foment anti-Semitism. I answered this last charge to Ha’aretz (read the barely coherent article here) last week: “I have received death threats from people, mainly ones calling me a self-hating Jew. I am self-hating, but my self-hatred has nothing to do with me being Jewish.”
Jewish Voices for Peace (the parent organization of the excellent website Muzzlewatch) is preparing an action for tomorrow to pressure Youtube into restoring the video. They are asking their members to email firstname.lastname@example.org to demand an explanation for the censorship. For now, I have reposted the video on Vimeo and urge everyone to distribute it widely.
It shows the extremist right wing American Jewish sector, the Likudniks, the same who had a propaganda campaign about Prez Obama being a secret terrorist, they failed in their efforts to bamboozle us now, so they now they only have death threats left.
Here are two left wing Jews who wrote about this, condemning them, but on the whole, the American Republican Jews have got Google to ban Blumenthal's video.
Watch it, and see, it's dynamite. Wonder why the mainstream media have ignored this?
Democrats Abroad Calls ‘Feel the Hate’ Video ‘Drivel’
June 20th, 2009 The leader of Israel’s chapter of Democrats Abroad, an international organization that promotes the interests of the Democratic party among expatriate Americans, has condemned Max Blumenthal’s Feel the Hate in Jerusalem video as “drivel” and “hate material.” Instead of blaming the American Jews who spouted racist epithets smearing Barack Obama and the peace process, Joanne Yaron appears to blame Max Blumenthal for producing the video in the first place.
June 06, 2009
Censored by the Huffington Post and Imprisoned By The Past: Why I Made 'Feeling the Hate in Jerusalem'