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Edit: Roald Dahl was a beloved children’s author. He was also a controversial man who labored mightily to ensure that the industrial might and military power of the United States was brought into England’s war against Germany. I wonder if there were moments he regretted his decision to fight for the “right” side? He was certainly attacked for questioning Jewish supremacy, and that has cost his literary reputation, but despite the powers arrayed against him, there’s really no effort to refute what Roald Dahl said about Jews, but there’s plenty of attempts to attack his reputation, as in this BBC piece by a Jewish author with the impossible name of Hephzibah Anderson. Roald accurately puts his finger on the thorny issue when he says in an interview for the New Statesman,
"There's a trait in the Jewish character that does provoke animosity, maybe it's a kind of lack of generosity towards non-Jews. I mean there is always a reason why anti-anything crops up anywhere; even a stinker like Hitler didn't just pick on them for no reason."
they killed 22,000 civilians when they bombed Beirut. It was very much hushed up in the newspapers because they are primarily Jewish-owned. I'm certainly anti-Israeli and I've become antisemitic in as much as that you get a Jewish person in another country like England strongly supporting Zionism. I think they should see both sides. It's the same old thing: we all know about Jews and the rest of it. There aren't any non-Jewish publishers anywhere, they control the media—jolly clever thing to do—that's why the president of the United States has to sell all this stuff to Israel.
As if to come to Dahl’s aid, there’s a story from the Mirror to illustrate what he was talking about where a Jewish family is kicked off a plane for smelling bad. Now the family wants to sue, claiming anti-Semitism.
Mr Adler, a 36-year-old business consultant, is adamant that they didn't smell and claims his family were kicked off because they are Jewish. The family were preparing to fly from Miami to their home in Detroit on Wednesday, when the incident occured. But their plans fell through when passengers "complained" they smelled bad.
As they left the plane, they asked passers by, “do we smell bad??” Larry David couldn’t have written a better story!
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[America First Report] It’s been a while since we’ve posted a story about a famous person testing positive for Covid-19 because Pandemic Panic Theater took a brief hiatus. But as they ramp up their “Election Variant” fearmongering and gaslighting ahead of 2024, we can expect a steady flow of stories popping up to drive their narrative.
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Friday, August 25, 2023
|This photo will make Trump more undefeatable than ever!|
Edit: Trump’s gangster cred is now sealed, and is guaranteed to boost his support among black people in the South.
8:00 “Trump for King”
Mark Shea joins KKK in 1…2…
John Bolton is still seething he didn’t get as many opportunities to murder and warmonger as he thought he deserved.
UPDATE: John Bolton, Trump's former National Security Advisor, weighed in on Trump's Mug Shot that was released yesterday evening.— Brian Krassenstein (@krassenstein) August 25, 2023
“He could’ve smiled. He could’ve looked benign. Instead he looks like a thug. I think it’s intended to be a sign of intimidation… pic.twitter.com/jWxEs7krC4
Edit: he draws a stark contrast to evil athletes like Rachel Rapinoe who has led many Americans to root for opposing teams to defeat the American Globohomo team.
It was God who made me play like this -— Sachin Jose (@Sachinettiyil) August 24, 2023
Lionel Messi pic.twitter.com/d5tUhIkfRT
Thursday, August 24, 2023
Covid-19 Variant Could Cause Infections in Anyone Idiotic Enough to Get the Death Vaxx