120 Mel and the (Other) Jews
Only another Jew can be such a Jew-hater. Somewhere in his murky past, Mel Gibson had to have had a Jewish gene or two. Go back far enough and you’ll find that gene, probably in a grandfather or great grandfather. We’re everywhere, so it shouldn’t surprise you to find us in
Let’s clear some stuff up at the start. One: the little piece of excrement’s apology is meaningless – most are. Two: this is nothing new with this guy. His movies smack of it, his fore-life smacked of it and his present life does as well.
What should we do with the little putz? Ignore him and he’ll go away. That’s the ultimate solution to the Mel Problem. Don’t go to his movies, don’t read stuff about him (except this Wessay, of course.) Take down the fan pictures. Boycott the “Globe” and the “Star” and “In Touch” or anyone else that writes anything about him. Let him become the non-person he is.
Mel’s not the first case of this kind. There’s plenty of evidence to link Adolf Hitler, probably history’s loudest and most effective Jew-hater had some “Jewish blood,” whatever the hell that is. There must have been one of those J-word grandfathers or mothers somewhere in his past.
Only another Jew can be such a Jew-hater.
Number two on the hit parade, and number one on the domestic list is Louis Farrakhan.
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Today, most of them have brown skin. Originally it was a bunch of Hebes from
Plus Lou always looked like a
Adolf always looked like a crazed clerk in a fish store, someone in a
Mel looks like Schlomo after the Ken Doll facelift.
Adolf, Lou and Mel. Are they Father, Son and Holy Ghost, or just a preview of same-sex polygamy?
Maybe the problem isn’t Jewish anti-Semitism. Maybe the problem is organized religion, period.
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