Jews fear Ann Coulter is mainstreaming “anti-Semitism”
There is nothing the organized Jewish community hates more than truthful, accurate statements made about them, their power and influence, and the Jewish state of Israel, particularly when such statements are made by high profile public figures who have the potential to persuade and convince the masses. This of course explains why the mass media, educational system, and political discourse in this country is so controlled and indeed policed by the enforcers of political correctness and Jew thought control.
During the GOP presidential debate the other night, Ann Coulter violated this rule of thumb in a major way by exposing the reality of Jewish supremacy in America.
Now, the organized Jewish community is fearful that Coulter, along with millions of her followers and other activists on social media and in the alternative media, will mainstream “anti-Semitism,” i.e., making basic, truthful statements about Jews, their overall agenda to genocide the White race and destroy traditional White nations, their power and influence over the West, and the Jewish state of Israel.
I saw this coming.
The Jewish Daily Forward reports:
It’s not exactly news when Ann Coulter says something ridiculous. Her business has long been to provoke — and business is good. But with the rise of Donald Trump in the Republican primary for the presidency, Ann Coulter has gotten more outlandish than ever, and in a brand new way. While the old Ann Coulter was insulting and abusive to everyone, the new Ann Coulter seems to focus her comments on Republican and conservative sacred cows.
Apparently, the Conservative pundit has grown tired of attacking liberals and moved on to attacking her own “side,” and her support for Trump seems to be the key reason why it’s happening.
It’s a phenomenon that seems to be occurring with a lot of Donald Trump supporters on the right. Anyone not on Team Trump has their conservative credentials questioned, even while Trump gives answers to the left of Barack Obama on questions about things like universal healthcare. On Twitter, the rise of the “cuckservative” insult has seen anyone who questions whether a border wall a la Trump is a good, or even halfway feasible idea, labeled a cuckservative. The word is an amalgamation of the words “cuckold” and “conservative” and is used to label someone who, for example, might have questions about how rounding up and deporting all illegal immigrants would work in a hypothetical Trump presidency.
Last night during the second GOP debate, Ann Coulter may have finally taken it too far, though. Ann being Ann, it’s hard to tell where too far might be. As the Republican candidates reaffirmed their support for Israel in their closing statements, Ann tweeted, “how many f—king Jews do these people think there are in the United States?” In a very un-Ann Coulter fashion, Ann followed up with tweets explaining “I like the Jews” and also that she’s a “huge Israel fan.”
Her complaint was apparently that the GOP candidates spend too much time talking about Israel, Reagan and abortion. It’s as if Ann Coulter has just discovered the Republican party and is learning about the issues that matter to them.
Ann’s retraction didn’t last long, as the day after the debate Coulter tweeted sarcastically, “Boy were they wrong @ Jewish influence! I complained about pandering on Israel (Reagan & abortion) & haven’t heard a thing about it!” Shortly after that she returned to her position that she personally was pro-Jewish and pro-Israel, but Hispanics are not, and it’s immigration that’s the problem for Israel: “Immigration is the only policy that threatens US support 4 Israel, but GOPs don’t want to talk about that.”
Whether or not Ann meant to be insulting to Jews — the Anti-Defamation League called her comments “borderline anti-Semitic” — the fact is that Jews in America always have to straddle the line between wanting Israel to be mentioned a lot by politicians and hoping they won’t mention it too much.
Anti-Semites already believe that Jews have too much influence in American politics. A so-called friend to Israel like Ann Coulter pointing out the importance of Israel to the candidates in a presidential debate isn’t a positive thing. Her tweet implied the long-running canard that while Jews represent a small percentage of the population, their role in influencing policy is outsized. And, of course, why is it outsized? The dark undercurrent in the answer is that it’s due to money.
The hashtag #istandwithann trended after her comments, and the tweets were a hodgepodge of typical anti-Semitism, which questioned whether Jews could even be loyal to the United States. Her comments opened the door for Holocaust-deniers, Israel-haters and plain old Jew-haters to point to Ann’s comments as a mainstream affirmation of their beliefs.
American Jews are in a tough spot where Israel is concerned and Ann Coulter, who “likes” Jews and Israel, only made it tougher. To paraphrase a famous Jewish character, once in awhile, like someone else!
Time will tell how far people like Ann Coulter will go in exposing the reality of Jewish supremacy in America and the wider Western world. Coulter’s number one issue – indeed, the only issue that really matters in the 2016 presidential election – is immigration, legal and illegal. She’s written an entire book on the subject, and has spoken very eloquently and powerfully about the threat immigration poses to America and the West.
America and Europe are being flooded with millions of non-White Third World aliens who have little to no education, skills, or capital. As we know, the agenda to flood America and Europe with millions of non-White foreigners and transform our once White Western Christian nations into multiracial, multicultural “proposition nations” in which anyone can immediately become a citizen has been led primarily by the organized Jewish community and radical, anti-White Jewish activists, intellectuals, and public policy makers. When is Ann Coulter going to expose these easily proven and well-documented facts?
What we see on display in the Forward article above once again demonstrates how delusional and tyrannical the organized Jewish community is. They are literally demanding that no one question or criticize Jews, Jewish power and influence, or the Jewish state of Israel. To do so is “hateful,” “anti-Semitic,” and “bigoted.” They claim that it is morally wrong and fundamentally illegitimate to question or criticize Jews or to make basic, easily observable and provable statements about Jewish power and the role of the Israel lobby in American politics.
This situation is not only untenable, it is unacceptable. We will no longer remain silent and let ourselves be bullied and controlled by the organized Jewish community. As Lana Lokteff Tweeted the other day, it is time to tell friends and family about Jewish supremacy in America and the wider Western world.
it’s time to tell friends and family about Jewish supremacy #istandwithAnn
— Lana Lokteff (@LanaLokteff) September 17, 2015
And we will continue to do so. Make no mistake – our time is coming.