All that whining!

I’m angrier than a cat without a ball of yarn over this story,
something that should have happened a long time ago.  It seems that it’s a bad day to be a Jew
at Columbia University.  Things are apparently so bad that Rabbi Elie
Buechler has warned Jewish students to go home and not come back as he fears for their safety.

drastic suggestion comes after Buechler observed what he felt were
dangerous and downright unsafe conditions for his Jewish students.  I
have a hard time feeling sorry for the Jews.  As recent days have shown,
Israel is not a very good country, yet our government has jumped to
their defense on our dime.

Jewish students represent Israel, so they should be expelled for the sake of every American’s safety.  We are the ones who are unsafe with them in our country.  Why would we want to send the Jews packing?  Well, here you go:

  • They took what was a simple act of World War II and turned it into “the Holocaust,” despite the fact that the Jews weren’t completely destroyed. Check the dictionary’s definition of the word.  In my 2011 book, Mythology and Guilt: Why The Jews Created The Holocaust, I laid it out quite clearly that a simple war was not a “holocaust.”
  • The Jews play the victim at every opportunity, constantly reminding us about a “holocaust” in order to guilt us into giving them what they seek.
  • The Jews control our nation’s finances and entertainment despite the fact that they don’t belong here.

I don’t feel sorry for the Jewish students.  Israel is a bully and a
menace to society, which means the Jewish people are bullies by extension.  Guilt by association.  They attacked Iran first and still the USA considers them to be the victim.  Absolutely not so!

The best thing to do, from a safety aspect, is to wipe Israel off the map with a
couple of unannounced nuclear ICBM attacks.  Instead, we’re spending
our money on a country whose people killed our Lord and Savior Jesus
Christ.  Do you understand that?  Israel’s people killed Jesus!  And
we’re supposed to welcome Jews with open arms?  No, it doesn’t work that
way, folks.

I applaud those who are holding Jewish people
accountable.  Expelling them from places that they don’t belong is the
most patriotic thing an American can do, as long as he or she doesn’t
cross the line into blatantly illegal actions.  People who are scaring
the Jews off campus and are doing so peacefully are the heroes and role
models in this story.

If they don’t like the way that they’re being treated, they should simply leave, just like the rabbi says for them to do.