Furthest Right

All politicians are fake

Tell the voters what they want to hear.

Reality? Find a plausible excuse of a plan, and then its your subordinates’ problem.

The fakeness extends to crocodile tears and warm hugs of all sorts:

Rev. Jesse Jackson referred to Jews as “Hymies” and to New York City as “Hymietown” in January 1984 during a conversation with a black Washington Post reporter, Milton Coleman. Jackson had assumed the references would not be printed because of his racial bond with Coleman, but several weeks later Coleman permitted the slurs to be included far down in an article by another Post reporter on Jackson’s rocky relations with American Jews.

Finally, Jackson doused the fires in late February with an emotional speech admitting guilt and seeking atonement before national Jewish leaders in a Manchester, New Hampshire synagogue. Yet Jackson refused to denounce Farrakhan, and lingering, deeply rooted suspicions have led to an enduring split between Jackson and many Jews. The frenzy also heightened tensions between Jackson and the mostly white establishment press.


How much more fake can you be? Don’t pander, answer. If you believed it enough to say it, why don’t you at least give some evidence, or some logic behind your reasoning?

Multiculturalism doesn’t work but we keep it going with the lies. Blacks sometimes hate Jews; sometimes other whites hate Jews. While we’re so busy trying to keep the S.S. Multikult from outright sinking, doesn’t anyone ask: how does it feel to be Jewish knowing this covert hate swims all around you?

Multiculturalism throws different ethnic groups into conflict and so creates covert hate.

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