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Sheinbein did. So where's your proof on Swartz?


Swartz, Irv Rubin, Earl Krugel, and god knows every wealthy Jewish criminal that suddenly dies and gets an instant cremation. That is what Israel is all about. In a normal god fearing society these criminals would be shackled and put in Pelican Bay. No, no, no ...... they flee to Israel where they are treated as royalty and heroes

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A retarded bit of shillery (plus speculation) that ignores Spector's history of threatening people with guns & JMSM's long history of whitewashing backgrounds of such folks (as with many movies about Jews that kill women where the murderers' Jewishness is never mentioned).



I am so sick of these Ted Bundys, Klebolds, Adam lanzas, Holmes of Aurora, and the rest of these jewish pyscho monsters never being exposed as genetic timebombs. Just how many did Son of Sam or that Markoff (Craigs List killer)  ..... how many did they really kill?

Just at my church of Judicial-inc, I made countless young girls aware of the monster known as "The Juden".

The Doctor Shipmans, or peditrician Earl Bradley, or the austrian dungeonmaster Fritzel .... beasts that roam the earth. If we can't round them up in Das Kamps, than for god's sakes let our children know of the dangers.

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Jewish Studies / - - Judens kill 104 Pakistanis with bomb
« on: January 13, 2013, 07:31:41 PM »
Everything is a joke to Bpocatch











Jake in the words of Jewbacca, you need to start running post like these past a notary public, mmm k?


My sister wasn't more than a few feet from that Mooselimb bomber - she hadn't had a bowel movement in two weeks - you stand next to 30 pounds of C4 Semtex - the doctor said my sister was alive today because her stool absorded the bomb blast - and how many others were saved because she acted as a "Blast wall"?



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Hollywood reclaimed the image of Leo Frank - lets pray Phil Spector will be cleared




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Isn't it odd there was no blood on the chair??








Spector's jewish lawyers










Jewish actor portrays a trouble genuis



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She denies her Jewish blood








Just another Hispanic from New York



By Caroline Bankoff
   

To celebrate the publication of her new memoir, My Beloved World, the New York Times sat down for a fun chat with Bronxite and Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor, who confirmed some things everybody already knew. First of all, the take-out situation in D.C. is terrible. "I go to New York, I order food, it’s at my door in 10 to 15 minutes. O.K.?" she said. But in our nation's capital "there isn’t a place I call where it doesn’t take 45 minutes." And the wait is even longer when you're a member of the judicial branch: "They’ve got to stop at security, security has to call you, you’ve got to go downstairs. By the time you get downstairs you may add another 15 minutes to the 45 minutes. And the food is ice-cold."

Secondly, the SCOTUS is stocked with big, competitive personalities who rely on self-referential humor to just barely cloak their aggressive feelings toward one another — just like in New York! Here's Sotomayor's recollection of a conversation with ideological opposite and Queens native Antonin Scalia during the pair's getting-to-know-you phase:
"One day Nino looked at me and said: 'You’re a real New Yorker. I love you. You take as well you give.' And I understood. You know, we’re just out there and up front and fun."


Justices Elena Kagan and Ruth Bader Ginsburg were also born and raised in the city (in Manhattan and Brooklyn, respectively.) "I dare say Elena has a little bit of that" aforementioned up-frontness, Sotomayor added. Ginsburg is "more reserved," because she is the toughest one of all and knows that it's occasionally more effective to keep quiet while everyone else loudmouths themselves into a hole. The interview didn't include Sotomayor's take on any of the Court's five non-New Yorkers, because those people don't really matter.

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Jewish Studies / - - Judens kill 104 Pakistanis with bomb
« on: January 13, 2013, 06:33:42 PM »
How is it they always know it was a "suicide Bomber" when most all of the victims around him would have been zapped in the blast? Let me guess, Pakistan actually has working security cameras?


My sister was there herself - not more then 10 feet from the islamic monster - the mooselimb yelled "Allah  Akbar" and pulled the cord. My sister was suffering from constipation, but the blast compressed her bowels. She said she blew a hole in her 'nickers', and was lifted 5 feet in the air from anal decompression and fecal blast

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General / - Judge Napolitano pushes the "Judeo-Xtian" myth & the HoloHoax
« on: January 13, 2013, 06:27:42 PM »
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If the Jews in the Warsaw ghetto had had the firepower and ammunition that the Nazis had, some of Poland might have stayed free and more persons would have survived the Holocaust.



Jews were in the warsaw ghetto because they were nuetral draft dodgers

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Jewish Studies / - UK will fight to keep the Falklands – PM Cameron
« on: January 13, 2013, 06:25:01 PM »
Louis Mayer and Judi Garland were Irish too


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General / Izzie Hagel to Meet Moishe Schumer to Discuss Policy Issues
« on: January 13, 2013, 06:19:55 PM »
Jewish groups think Hagel maybe as anti Israel as Obama



That's odd considering Obama is a Jewgro



WASHINGTON — In what could be a crucial moment in the Obama administration’s efforts to advance the nomination of former Senator Chuck Hagel as secretary of defense, he will meet this week with Senator Charles E. Schumer, the most influential Jewish member of the Senate, who is expected to press Mr. Hagel on issues concerning Iran and Israel.

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Times Topics: Chuck Hagel | Charles E. Schumer
Veterans and Senate Buddies, Until Another War Split Them (January 12, 2013) Mr. Schumer, Democrat of New York, will be among the first senators to meet with Mr. Hagel since his nomination last week. Mr. Schumer has told aides and other senators that he could be persuaded to support Mr. Hagel depending on the meeting’s outcome. Mr. Hagel’s nomination has been met with suspicion, and even outright hostility, among Republicans and Democrats who are strongly aligned with Jewish groups.

Mr. Schumer plans to ask Mr. Hagel to clarify and in some ways recant statements about Iran and Israel, according to a person with knowledge of the senator’s plans for the meeting. Mr. Schumer also intends to press Mr. Hagel about conservative views he has expressed on gay rights and abortion. Other Democrats are likely to take their cues about the nomination from Mr. Schumer, who is the No. 3 Democrat in the Senate and has strong ties to pro-Israel groups.

Of deepest concern to Mr. Schumer, reflecting the anxiety of many Israel advocacy groups, are Mr. Hagel’s positions on the nuclear threat posed by Iran, according to the person with knowledge of the senator’s plans. Mr. Hagel has said a military strike against Iran would be counterproductive.

But Mr. Hagel got a resounding vote of support on Sunday from a fellow Republican moderate, Colin L. Powell, the former secretary of state, who said on the NBC News program “Meet the Press” that Mr. Hagel was “superbly qualified.”

“First, I think he’s had a very, very distinguished public service record that he can stand on,” Mr. Powell said. “There are a lot of comments about different things he said over the years, and I think he’ll have a chance to respond to all those comments at the confirmation hearings.”

Another Republican, Senator Bob Corker of Tennessee, said on the ABC News program “This Week” that he had questions about Mr. Hagel’s “overall temperament.”

Mr. Schumer is also suspicious of comments by Mr. Hagel that seem to support a strategy of containment, in which the United States would accept Iran’s development of a nuclear weapon while seeking to prevent a nuclear arms race in the Middle East.

Mr. Hagel might need to fully reject that strategy in order to bring his position in line with President Obama’s and Mr. Schumer’s. During his race against Mitt Romney last year, Mr. Obama took a more forceful position against Iran.

As a senator from Nebraska, Mr. Hagel voted against several rounds of sanctions against Iran that ultimately passed the Senate. Mr. Hagel has said unilateral sanctions are ineffective, a position that is out of step with the Obama administration’s thinking. But in recent weeks, Mr. Hagel has sounded more hawkish about Iran in meetings with administration officials.

Mr. Hagel’s views on the militant Islamist groups Hezbollah and Hamas have also become issues. He was among only a handful of senators who declined to sign a letter to the European Union calling for the designation of Hezbollah as a terrorist organization.

Mr. Hagel has since said he does not believe in sending letters to foreign governments. He has also supported direct negotiations between the United States and Hamas, which governs Gaza.

Mr. Schumer will seek reassurances that Mr. Hagel now considers Hezbollah and Hamas to be terrorist groups, the person familiar with his plans said.

Mr. Schumer is also expected to ask Mr. Hagel about his disparaging statements about gay people — remarks he has since apologized for — and his views on abortion, particularly his opposition to allowing abortions for women in the military who have been raped, a position that has upset some Democratic women in the Senate.

Although Mr. Schumer said Mr. Obama should have discretion over appointments to his cabinet, people close to the senator said his concerns would need to be put to rest before he would support Mr. Hagel’s nomination.

Jewish groups that have met with Mr. Schumer have expressed reservations about openly opposing Mr. Hagel’s nomination for fear of inflaming their tensions with the Obama administration and deepening difficulties between the United States and Israel. Further, it would be a major break with the Obama administration for Mr. Schumer to oppose him.

On Sunday, Mr. Hagel continued to draw criticism from conservatives who share Mr. Schumer’s worries about Israel and Iran and have lingering concerns about Mr. Hagel’s criticisms of the Bush administration’s execution of the Iraq war.

Senator John McCain of Arizona said on “Face the Nation” that Mr. Hagel’s early opposition to the troop surge in Iraq was “bizarre.” Mr. McCain is the ranking Republican on the Armed Services Committee, which will conduct Mr. Hagel’s confirmation hearing.

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General / - Judge Napolitano pushes the "Judeo-Xtian" myth & the HoloHoax
« on: January 13, 2013, 03:47:51 PM »
Stalin was a jew



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The World Below / - Crypto Senator Screeches about Israel
« on: January 13, 2013, 03:41:57 PM »
You could get herpes touching the Wailing wall

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Jewish Studies / - UK will fight to keep the Falklands – PM Cameron
« on: January 13, 2013, 03:39:05 PM »



Who would have ever figured Sean Penn to be jewish??





I Hear Elana Kagan and Abe Foxman maybe Jewish too

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Samuel Sheinbein, a serial killer, fled to Israel




The question isn't whether swartz is a jew  ........ no, no, no....... the topic here is how jews fake their deaths and wind up in Israel. This bubelah should be in Pelican Bay, being f*** in the buttocks by white supremcists. But instead he will be in Israel with $20 mill of gentile money putting his uncircumcised schemeckle into drugged up 10 yr old white Ukranians.

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Closed coffin and off to be cremated




And it's off to Israel for Adam Swartz

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dominique


You asked me a question about the female jewish BBC broadcaster drinking urine - I legitimately pointed you to a large British newspaper chain that was the source.

Being a 'Man of the cloth' I don't like discussing bizarre sexual adventures. But I prefer you stay on topic. And the topic here is the  Hollywood crowd garnering sympathy for Phillip Spector using that famous Jewish actor Al Pacino



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K3yUIqmApwc   --- go watch this

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Sandy Hook / - Chabad Comes To Newtown
« on: January 13, 2013, 09:09:45 AM »
Moishe Lanzas Yenta momma







The Jewish brother








Adam 'Moishe' Lanza







Moishe's father at a young age






Lanza is a Sciliian/Italian Jewish surname.


Palermo Lanzas controlled both the New York and San Francisco ports for the mafia. Joseph "Socks" Lanza was a capo for the Luciano/Genovese crime family who controlled the longshoreman's union and Fulton St. fish market in New York City and cooperated with Naval Intelligence during WWII.

Adam Lanza's paternal grandfather was a usurer as is his father and brother. His mother was a trader at John Hancock in Boston, his grandfather Peter S. Lanza was also a trader for John Hancock, his father a V.P. in the tax-evasion department of the banking/weapons manufacturing/media conglomerate,

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Its about muddying the waters - Lets not talk about 'Who benefits', who is afraid of a militia movement  ....... no, no, no ...... lets talk about some nutty professor. Maybe talk about 9-11 Truthers and holograms

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Domintix - This picture is from the British newspaper - The Daily Mail



Subliminly they are appealing to their Jewish readers - Who find a jewess drinking urine as a sexual turn-on


As gratuitously as JakeSkunk posts up this stuff, I don't think he finds it in bad taste either. In fact, I think he gets off on posting this kind of perversion.


Why don't you and Shem take a breather - go into the break room - drop your drawers - and assume the position. As long as it's oral, you only worry will be viral herpes (Cold sores).  If you are going "All the way" (Anal penetration) then use a condom, or the Saran Wrap your mommy packed your sandwiches.



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