Wednesday, March 21, 2012

Shock: HuffPo Covers Jewish Funeral

As we have discussed many times, the Huffington Post can't get enough pictures of funerals when an Arab (especially a Palestinian) is in the casket. But they have never published a picture of a funeral for a Jewish victim of violence...until today:

Yep. That's all you're going to get. Of course, pictures of the victims themselves are still nowhere to be found and probably never will be published. That privilege is only reserved for people like Iranian nuclear scientists and Furkan Dogan.

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  1. I hope Arianna ends up with many sleepless nights once the news gets out that her vitriolic website encourages the murder of Jewish children.

    There is nothing to respect at that website. From AOL to Breibart to the rampant Jew hate explicit in their message boards, HuffPo, at some enlightened point in our future, will be seen as a Hate Site (along with a plethora of others).

    Really, we live during a very misguided and superficial time.

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    1. Why would she have sleepless nights when she encourages, promotes and allows all the hate? She gives a platform to the haters. Does that "encourage" the murder of Jewish children? Well, it certainly does not condone it or try to stop it in any way.

      I've always felt she had an ulterior motive.

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  2. Do you imagine that Arianna actually cares if Jewish children are murdered for LWJ? (Living While Jewish) She couldn't care less, in fact, I haven't the slightest doubt that she agrees with the worst of the HuffPo posters or something would be done about them.

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    1. It is no secret she is a rabid anti-semite.

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  3. I'm sorry but I simply can't worry about the hate filled psychotic ranting of HuffPo which occasionally prints actual information-fact-news as-is one time out of a thousand without foaming at the mouth like their boss is Julius Streicher. Even Hitler wanted to create a Jewish museum as a testament to the people he exterminated so that people would never forget what he did. This is how I see HuffPo and its ilk.

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