Jewish group says "The Passion [of Christ]" is an act of terrorism
WASHINGTON D.C. (Capitol Press) - A prominent Jewish organization
has denounced Mel Gibson's "The Passion" as an act of terrorism and
can prove the movie violates the Patriot Act.
Jews Against Anti-Semitism, a recently formed Washington D.C. based
defense league for Jews, has issued a press release pointing out
sections of U.S. law which are being violated by Mel Gibson's film.
"Clearly there are laws on the books which have outlawed the inciting
of riots or acts civil disobedience which endanger human life. Mel
Gibson's movie will incite violence against Jews and put the lives of
million of Jews in danger" said Rabbi David Feldman, a spokes person
for Jews Against Anti-Semitism.
According to Rabbi Feldman "Under Section 802 of the 2001 USA Patriot
Act, any crime which endangers human life is defined as an act of
domestic terrorism. Mel Gibson's incitement of anti-Semitism is a
civil disobedience crime which endangers human life and under the
Patriot Act "The Passion" is an act of domestic terrorism"
The USA Patriot Act was signed into law by President George W. Bush
shortly after the September 11th terrorist attacks in New York and
Washington D.C. in order to protect Americans from terrorism.
"We are hereby calling on Attorney General John Ashcroft, the
Department of Justice, Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge and the
Department of Homeland Security to arrest Mel Gibson as a terrorist,
confiscate all prints of "the Passion", confiscate all materials
related to the film as "terrorist paraphernalia" and shut down every
terrorist hate site on the internet supporting the film" said Rabbi
The Justice Department and the Department of Homeland Security have
yet to respond to the inquiries made by Capitol Press regarding this
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Goethe wrote:It certainly is getting strange these days. Talk about making themselves look foolish, this organization takes the cake. I guess this movie will lead to gas chambers, or should I say real gas chambers this time.
Don't the Zionists routinely put the whole Jewish diaspora at risk with their plans for a grand historical reckoning? The notion of Greater Israel
seems an awful lot to me like Hitler's notion of Greater Germany. Gotta love double standards, eh?
Perhaps part of their need to perpetuate the hoax of extermination is that if the Nazis are no longer looked upon as being evil incarnate, then the Zionists own frequently appalling behavior will stand out all the more and the only thing that even remotely justifies what they are doing in Palestine
will no longer exist. If the "holocaust" were a basket, most or all of the Zionist eggs are in it. Painted themselves into a corner, I'd say. More and more Jews are realizing this in Israel, that they have embarked on an all or nothing venture that could have catastrophic consequences for them, that they should be content with what they presently have and stop holding out for the whole kit and kaboodle.
The hoax SHOULD be brought down, but we might want to consider that if the Zionists aren't provided an "out", they might very well unleash their arsenal of destruction in an act of last resort. It doesn't take very much
to spook them and they may have good reason to be spooked, as the backlash to their charade could conceivably approximate what was falsely claimed. That's my opinion, anyway.
I am amazed that anyone would print Feldman's opinion.
I just hope that things like this will affect their credibility enough to get more people to wonder about the validity of other claims of anti-Semitism.
What if they create faked hate crimes
Now that the movie is out, I bet they’ll light up a few of their own synagogues to prove their point.
Hannover wrote:One shouldn't be surprised by the stupidity/arrogance of such attempted tactics. Just look at the 'holocaust' as alleged; it is so pathetically weak that the rational, investigative mind is amazed at it's absurdity and the ease in which it is shot down.
But when you think how long this has been going on, it seems to me a scathing indictment against man that we can be so effectively manipulated.
I remember somewhere it was said that Hitler had been fascinated with something Nietzsche had said--"Men believe in that which is seen to be strongly believed in", I believe. Apparently, Hitler was not the only one to find practical application therein, eh?
However, if the Forum agrees with seinfeld, I'll delete the thread. Let me know.
Thanks seinfeld for expressing your opinion.
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