Another Day, Another IslamoNazi, Plus Flashback to the Jews Eisenhower and Roosevelt

The Nazi flag proudly flies over the Arab Muslim village of Beit Omar, in Israel.

The Nazi flag proudly flies over the Arab Muslim village of Beit Omar, which lies between Gush Etzion and Kiryat Arba, in Israel. H/T Israelycool.

Well, at least the so-called Palestinians, are openly declaring their ideology and genocidal intentions.

Leftists, along with their Islamist buddies, rely on a well-rehearsed fiction—AKA lie—in order to excuse the Jew-hatred that is endemic in the Muslim world. They tell us that it’s not really Jew-hatred at work, rather, political opposition to “rascist, colonial Zionism.”

(Which, if you think about it, is a perfect description of Islamism which is functionally rascist and proudly, openly, imperialistic.)

Of course, Martin Luther King understood this tactic when he noted that: “When people criticize Zionists, they mean Jews. You’re talking anti-Semitism.”

Which brings us to Ike and FDR.

General Eisenhower in North Africa.

General Eisenhower in North Africa.

Did you know that they were Jewish?

Of course not.

Because, well, they weren’t.

But back in 1942, when the American and British troops invaded North Africa—fighting Nazis and the reliably collaborationist French—Eisenhower set up his command post in Algiers.

And as Rick Atkinson writes in his Pulitzer Prize winning, An Army at Dawn: The War in North Africa, 1942-1943, Volume One of the Liberation Trilogy, “A rumor in Arab neighborhoods that Eisenhower was a Jew sent by the Jew Roosevelt to establish a Jewish state in North Africa required a leaflet campaign stressing the General’s German Protestant ancestry.”

The more things change, the more they stay the same—at least in the Muslim world.

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6 Comments

  1. Posted May 23, 2013 at 6:43 pm | Permalink

    Well, Muhammed was really pi**ed when the Jews turned him down in Medina when he wanted them to become some of the first Muslims. And when Muhammed was pi**ed, you were in big trouble.

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  2. Brianna
    Posted May 22, 2013 at 8:03 pm | Permalink

    Robert, have you seen the news about riots in Stockholm?  They’ve been going on 3 days now.  So far I’ve only seen one article that refers to the rioters as anything but “youths,” or “immigrants” (not specifying where the immigrants are from of course, that would be racist!). 

    http://www.irishtimes.com/news/world/europe/three-nights-rioting-in-deprived-areas-of-stockholm-shocks-placid-sweden-1.1403276

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    • Barry
      Posted May 23, 2013 at 9:50 am | Permalink

      Brianna:
       
      Thanks for the link. I like The Irish Times.
      Robert:
      Off your point, but Beckett was a meddlesome priest who owed his position to one of the greatest of English Kings. My empathy is all for Henry.

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  3. Johnny
    Posted May 22, 2013 at 3:41 am | Permalink

    Robert, obviously you are part of the great Zionist conspiracy by denying Ike and FDR were not Jews. But you can’t fool those wily Arabs – they’re on to you. 
     
    Actually, I seem to recall Ike and FDR being criticized for not doing more like bombing the rail lines transporting Jews to the death camps. I guess if Ike had tried harder to prevent the Holocaust it would have been evidence he really was a Jew.

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  4. Nickie Clifford
    Posted May 21, 2013 at 12:06 pm | Permalink

    I never knew that MLK said that about anti-Zionists. But as someone who’s had a good-deal of contact with Europeans – beginning with a PLO-loving Swedish exchange student – I instinctively realized that their anti-Zionist, pro-Islamic sentiments had nothing what-so-ever to do with reviling ‘oppression’ – and EVERYTHING to do with anti-Semitism. And this was as a sheltered, ‘clueless’, H.S. student who had yet to travel to Europe. What’s wrong with ‘others’ – ostensibly more worldly, who fail (refuse?) to recognize where Israel’s critics real sentiments stem from?  

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  5. Posted May 21, 2013 at 6:08 am | Permalink

    You gotta love it when some young Islamic Arab bucks the established spin — I mean, official stance that Arabs want peace and has the courage to display his true ideological intentions!

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