Massacre in Norway: The Jews Are to Blame and Hey, Amy Winehouse was Jewish So…

What's the connection between Amy Winehouse, the Norwegian massacre and Hezbollah? Read on...

Yesterday, Seraphic Secret predicted that Israel/Jews would be blamed for the massacre in Norway.

Not a hard call if you are familiar with the religious culture of hate that permeates the Muslim world.

In today’s edition, The Daily Star, a Lebanese newspaper, delivers a blunt salvo in this Jew-hating conspiracy theory which will spread and gain acceptance throughout the Muslim world.

Keep in mind that Lebanon, just a few years ago, was in the throes of the Cedar Revolution, a pro-Democracy movement that brought millions into the streets. The Cedar Revolution succeeded in putting an end to 20-years of Syrian occupation. But Syria left beind a  ruthless security apparartus. The result is a Lebanese regime controlled by Hezbollah, genocidal-yearning terrorists financed and controlled by Iran.

Thus, it’s no surprise that this medieval Jew-hating meme emerges from Beirut:

Hezbollah condemned Monday the recent attack in Norway that left at least 76 dead as “proof” of the racism of Zionist culture.“

The terrorist act committed by a right-wing extremist, who supports Zionists in Norway, is additional proof that the culture stemming from the Zionist enemy, or ideas that support it, is deeply tied to the racism of its leadership,” a statement released by the party said.

In several online postings, Anders Behring Breivik, the confessed perpetrator of the attack, promoted fiercely anti-Islamic and far-right Zionist views, calling for “the deportation of all Muslims from Europe” as well as from “the West Bank and the Gaza Strip.”

Hezbollah’s statement said “Zionist terrorism” poses a danger to Palestinians and Arabs as well as to Europeans and warned against “attempts to overlook terrorism tied to Zionism.”

And how does Amy Winehouse, the 27 year-old singer who died a few days fit into this picture?

It would be easy to dismiss Hezbollah’s statement as insane, but as my friend David Gerstman points out in his excellent Mideast Media Sampler, Roger Cohen, of the New York Times,  “infamous for defending the official antisemitism of Iran, has also gone off the deep end on a piece about Breivik and his enablers.”

Nothing, however, can excuse the widespread condoning of an anti-Muslim racism once reserved for the Jews of Europe. Not on the weekend when Amy Winehouse, a Jewish girl from East London whose artistry would once have been dismissed by a racist and murderous European right as degenerate “cosmopolitan” trash, died. A good way to remember her is finally to confront the latest iteration of a European bigotry that kills.

David G. concludes: “This is sick and tasteless. Cohen conjures up phantoms of antisemitism so he can use the recently deceased singer to “show” the dangers of bigotry.”

Seraphic Secret concludes that Hezbollah and the New York Times are echo chambers wherein evil Jews/Israel are convenient levers for the cynical justification of evil.

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  1. Posted July 27, 2011 at 7:08 am | Permalink

    I’m sure I’ve heard one or more of her songs at one time or another, but her musical style isn’t my cup of tea and I’ve never really been inclined to watch celebrity train-wrecks (be it Amy Winehouse, Brittany Spears, or Lindsay Lohan).

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  2. Posted July 27, 2011 at 7:07 am | Permalink

    I’m sure I’ve heard one or more of her songs at one time or another, but her musical style aren’t my cup of tea and I’ve never really been inclined to watch celebrity train-wrecks (be it Amy Winehouse, Brittany Spears, or Lindsay Lohan).

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    • Posted July 27, 2011 at 7:10 am | Permalink

      I’m using Firefox 5.0.1 and I don’t seem to be able to edit or delete the comment above… am I missing something, or did that functionality change?

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  3. Miranda Rose Smith
    Posted July 27, 2011 at 2:03 am | Permalink

    I had a totally nauseating thought about Breivik, may he rot in hell, this morning. The Norwegians are not only too civilized to execute him. I suspect they will be too civilized to put him in prison and let the boys inside take care of him. He will PROBABLY be given a cell to himself and special bodyguards, paid for by the Norwegian taxpayers, the parents of the children he murdered.  Couldn’t you just vomit? 

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  4. Jackie W - Kansas
    Posted July 26, 2011 at 4:01 pm | Permalink

    Christians once demonized Jews for crucifying Jesus (ignoring the Romans)
    My sin killed Jesus…..

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  5. Pax ad Israelum
    Posted July 26, 2011 at 3:57 pm | Permalink

    Uh, how exactly is Amy Winehouse’s stuff not “degenerate cosmopolitan trash”? That’s like saying it’s anti-Semitic to call George Soros a rootless international moneylender, or racist to call Kanye West an improvident sexual libertine. Sure, those are stereotypes of Jews and Blacks… but unfortunately, Soros <i>is</i> a rootless international moneylender, and West <i>is</i> an improvident sexual libertine.
    I’m Irish, French, and Czech. And I’m stubborn, hot-tempered, and prone to hysteria. Is it forbidden to mention people’s traits, if they happen to conform to stereotypes?
    What bugs me about this Breivik idiot is, even granting everything he says about Europe and its politics, what possible purpose does this atrocity serve? Maybe those kids are the children of traitors to Western Civilzation…but business before pleasure, dude, killing them provides no tactical or strategic advantage. His claim not to be a leftist shrivels up instantly when you consider the left are the only people who think politics is actually served by this kind of hystrionic gesture.

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  6. Johnny
    Posted July 26, 2011 at 10:33 am | Permalink

    It’s all clear.  Christians once demonized Jews for crucifying Jesus (ignoring the Romans) and Christians were perpetrators of the original blood libel.  So now a Norwegian Christian has killed other Norwegians as part of a Jewish plot against Muslims.  Makes sense, no? Breivik obviously undertook his killing spree on order of his Jewish masters as reparations for past Christian sins.  And Mohammed Atta was following the commands of his superiors in Israel when he flew the planes into the WTC so people would blame the religion of peace.  It all fits together so neatly.  This conspiracy stuff is really easy once you get started.  All the mysteries of the universe can be solved if one just remember to blame the Joooos.
    Lebanon is what would happen to Israel if the right of return is ever allowed except it will occur in a matter of months instead of decades. 
    And Cohen is officially off his meds.  I liked Winehouse and you didn’t have to be a goose stepping fascist to she was headed down a drug-induced dead end traveled by entertainers from Jeanne Engels to Lenny Bruce to John Belushi.  It had nothing to do with her being a Jew.  I hated her skanky look (and constantly tell my kids never to get tattoos) but could still appreciate her music. If conservatives boycotted performers for their politics, lifestyle or fashion choices we would have very few entertainment decisions to make.  Jack London and Aaron Copland were big time leftists but I can still appreciate their works.  I doubt I could have had a civilized discussion of politics with Winehouse (assuming she was sober enough to carry on a conversation) but so what? Her cds contained her music, not the best of Fidel Castro’s speeches.
    I always thought it amusing that when you went to any of Winehouse’s videos on YouTube you would see comments like “Amy is pretty sober here” or “She’s a little drunk at this show”.  If any of her fans were surprised at her death they are delusional.  People around her may have tried to help her but she was an adult and there is such a thing as free will.

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  7. exdemexlib
    Posted July 26, 2011 at 10:27 am | Permalink

    “Seraphic Secret concludes that Hezbollah and the New York Times are two sides of the same coin,”

    heres’s an interesting site that does daily exposes of the Times biases

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