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Sunday, September 28, 2008

Raphael Shore and the Clarion Fund are Nazis

The most sickening of my fellow Jews since Meir Kahane over at the Clarion Fund are now guilty of inciting people to do to Muslim-Americans just what the Nazis did to European Jews in the 1940's-gas them.

From the Dayton Daily News right after their filth went out in swing state newspapers:

Baboucarr Njie was preparing for his prayer session Friday night, Sept. 26, when he heard children in the Islamic Society of Greater Dayton coughing. Soon, Njie himself was overcome with fits of coughing and, like the rest of those in the building, headed for the doors.

"I would stay outside for a minute, then go back in, there were a lot of kids," Njie said. "My throat is still itchy, I need to get some milk."

Njie was one of several affected when a suspected chemical irritant was sprayed into the mosque at 26 Josie St., bringing Dayton police, fire and hazardous material personnel to the building at 9:48 p.m.


Yes, the Nazis were on any entirely other scale, and Adolf Hitler specifically directed the "Final Solution." But that was over a process of several years. In the beginning, there was a major propaganda campaign, non-violent/minimally violent overthrow of government and isolated attacks on Jews.

So Raphael Shore is moving in that direction. I hope I never run across him.

2 comments:

CosmoReaxer said...

Huh? Are you serious? Have you even seen Obsession?

If you did, you might have noticed that Iranian and Palestinian anti-Israel political cartoonists lift images and tropes from Nazi anti-Jewish propaganda. It's prevalent. I'm sure you're aware of the anti-Semitic Mickey Mouse character that was recently on TV.

Whatever the motives of the people in Dayton, one cannot put those actions on Raphael Shore or Clarion Fund or anyone else involved in the movie. The film absolutely does not incite anyone to violence, in fact the whole point is to warn about the threat of violence. It also makes very clear that radicals are a small percentage of Muslims overall. What more does the movie have to do? Remember, it's a movie. Remember, free speech applies to everyone.

Would it be better to turn a complete blind eye to the problem of radical Islamic terrorism? Unfortunately, knee-jerk reactions like your own make it harder to discuss these issues.

If someone attacked Raphael Shore, would you accept responsibility for that?

cosmoreaxer said...

Oh well, so much for the would-be Nazis.

The Dayton Daily News now says there is no evidence of a hate crime" and apparently no chemical evidence of anything sprayed either.

I can't wait for your correction!