Tell a Joke, Go to Jail
by Edgar J. Steele
"To know what is right and not to do it is the worst cowardice."
Oh, no. Not another antisemitic screed!
Yep. It isn't that there is nothing else deserving of the skewer. On the contrary. Bush II alone provides fodder for a full-time job. And then there's John Ashcroft, Donald Rumsfeld and Tom Ridge - all prime targets. And Paul Bremer, the American "overseer" in Iraq, is always good for a few laughs. Congo Lisa is a joke with two legs. And California...don't get me started.
Recently, someone whose opinion I respect observed that I lessen my credibility by harping on jews so much. Could be, but it's my job.
Time is running out. Most have yet to figure out who the bad guys really are.
Most Americans have yet to tumble to the fact that a long, slow revolution has taken place in America, with the result that most of us now are on the outside, looking in. We pretend that we still are at the party and that the pane of glass separating it from us does not exist. TV has accustomed us to being mere observers.
There are tons of things about which I could write: the new Federal hate crime laws or the new Federal law requiring banks to report the contents of safe deposit boxes, just to name a couple. Or the new legislation designed to clamp down on the private sale of gold by increasing the reporting requirements exponentially. And then there's all that legislation passed a week ago which, together with the Executive Orders issued, amounts to Patriot Act II without the formal declaration. But these are just symptoms of the fundamental problem. And, it's a problem that has gone global.
Ridge put us at level orange last week, just one color away from martial law.
"Well, gawrsh...the football games are still on TV and there's beer in the fridge!" Yes. All true. Like a Penn and Teller sketch gone horribly wrong, we have focused on the wrong hand while the magician did the deed with the other.
So far, most of us have yet to feel the boot of government directly upon our necks. But, some have.
America seems tyrannical only to those it tyrannizes.
Already, simply because of these internet writings, I dare not travel to most Western countries, including Canada. The best reception I could hope for would be to be placed upon the next returning flight, you see. Of course, if I were not American, America would be on that list, too.
Yes, I have been audited by the IRS. Yes, my property has been reappraised upwards. Yes, they mess with me as much as they can. Court TV broadcast the Christine trial again last week. I caught bits of it, each time becoming
ed with the incredibly-biased editing job and the biased commentary of most of the anchors about the defense we erected. (Against the jewish prosecutor and the jewish social worker/accuser...reported upon by the Court TV jewish anchor.)
It must drive them crazy, trying to figure out how to disbar me. Of course, the only thing that keeps me quiet about so much that I have seen in the American legal system (names, dates, places) is the certainty of my disbarment if I were to talk openly. For now, my bar ticket is important enough to me to keep me from spilling the beans. Pity. See how it works? And I am among the most outspoken in America today, as recently certified by the Southern Poverty Law Center!
But not much longer. The American clampdown is coming. Fast.
Look to Europe for our future. Already, it is impossible to say the things I say in virtually all European countries and in Canada. Yes, even England, France, Italy and Germany, our erstwhile allies. Especially those countries, in fact.
In Hungary, the democratically-elected Parliament just last week passed a law stipulating a two-year prison term for "someone who publicly insults a Jew." (http://www.fpp.co.uk/online/03/12/Hunga ... peech.html
) What's more, if the insult amounts to an expression of "hatred," the sentence goes up to three years! Fortunately, at the last moment, Hungary's President declined to sign the bill. It will be back, just like the American Federal hate-crime legislation kept coming back until it was passed recently.
Think about it for a moment: two years in prison for publicly insulting a jew in Hungary! Regardless of intent. They just have to have their little jew feelings hurt. Add a year if you mean it!
I couldn't make stuff like this up, folks.
Ernö Lazarovits, of the Federation of Jewish Communities in Hungary, said, "I am very disappointed. I will tell you, very frankly, I hope that people who practice and promote anti-Semitism will not only be told, 'don't do that in the future,' but that they will be put in jail." There was no report as to whether Lazarovits was giggling when he issued this statement.
The above-cited article concludes with: "Despite the setbacks, the Jewish community has vowed to press ahead with its goals for strict laws against all political opposition, similar to the ones already on the books in Germany, France and Austria."
We're not talking about crimes, people. We're talking about the jewish equivalent of telling blonde, redneck or lawyer jokes. (Notice that whites are the only people about whom it is still politically correct to tell jokes.)
Tell a joke, go to jail.
Remember, after the New York jewish banking establishment financed the Russian Revolution, one of the first laws passed by the Bolshevik jews then in charge (recently transplanted from New York) provided the death sentence for antisemitism. During the following fifty years, over twenty million white Christians were killed pursuant to the plan of Communism envisioned by Marx, Trotsky and Lenin, jews all. Coincidence? Think it can't happen here?
The Russian jews didn't pack all those Christians into rail cars and transport them halfway across Europe, to be fed and housed in concentration camps (then simply to gas and cremate them in mathematically impossible numbers). They killed the Christians in the most efficient way possible: a bullet to the base of the skull wherever they were found. This contrast alone shows the "holocaust" up for the massive lie that it has become.
Tell a joke, die.
All the other stuff is just symptoms of the fundamental problem, folks, and that is why I have been on this extended rant. There simply is nothing else even close to being this important. You have to wake up! Credibility be damned. You have to realize who is doing this, and why.
You have to realize that they are in charge of America now: Wolfowitz, Perle, Kissinger, Fieth, Abrams, Grossman, Haass, Schlessinger, Zoellick, Sembler, Fleischer, Bolten, Goldsmith, Goldman, Gildenhorn, Gersten, Golden, Weinberger, Bodman, Cohen, Davis, Bloomfield, Lefkowitz, Frum, Greenspan, Bremer, Berman et al., ad nauseum. Just a few of the top names from the current Administration, which has far outstripped the last for jewish sycophantism. But most of you won't, until it is too late.
If this column reaches any of the 3,000 AOL members on this list, it likely will be the last. My last column reached you only because I just had changed my web hoster, so that AOL hadn't yet set up the automatic blocks. If you AOL people are reading this, you MUST switch internet providers. You simply have no idea how many people are being blocked from you without your knowledge. If you have an alternate email address, please resubscribe under it. As always, of course, for those to whom I seem an unwelcome in-basket surprise, unsubscribes are processed immediately and permanently stay in place.
Verizon is just as bad. Lots of friends and clients became unreachable to me when Verizon erected its censorship blocks. They are back now, but only temporarily. Several other ISPs are equally oppressive.
Until they get the laws passed which allow them to jail people like me (tell a joke, go to jail), they use blatant censorship to keep me from contaminating your mind.
At best, ignoring how one is governed leads to government of, by and for the ignorant. At worst, it leads to death and revolution. But, even then, there will be hope.
Only by losing all that we have, will we finally be free.
New America. An idea whose time has come.
"I didn't say it would be easy. I just said it would be the truth."