Juden Hass Attracts: Ron Paul fans meet the Left in Keffiyehs

October 6, 2011
They deserve each other… Totally!

Anti-Semitism at Occupy Wall Street Protest Updated Here

October 6, 2011

…but my father really did… supposedly control Wall Street this year! ;^) Blame my father LOLZ!

this guy is another homosexual with issues against Jews. he says he is the Lotion Man on youtube. lotion man is jamaican slang, referral to a gay man, who uses lotion to lubricate his backside for anal sex purposes

(Israelly Cool) Someone needs to introduce this man to Lauren Booth.The funny thing is even though he says “Go back to Israel”, he will then claim we have no right to be there.

I like the gay Jew hater there better. His Youtube name was LotionMan (now deleted) and you can google what that means. Somehow it just made me happy that he was getting it where the sun don’t shine by someone. I know sodomy isn’t kosher unless you are Conservative or Reform, but what came to mind is this guy was getting his sexual jollies this way and I really don’t even wish a Jew hater displeasure… though it is sad to say that I know NYC well and I grew up here and frankly what goes on at LGBT is pretty much what you are seeing. I hope I’m very offensive.

Henry Rollins Vs. Anne Coulter

October 4, 2011
btw… don’t agree with either public figure… more on Henry’s side…. though I agree with a lot of what Anne says… I think she might be more liberal then she lets on…. example… endorsing Chris Christie is a sign that she is not that paranoid of Islam. I sense that Anne is a bit jaded and angry at what she would call the liberal men she grew up with.

The “Day of Rage” at Wall Street

September 20, 2011
The New York Times reports that the months-in-planning “Day of Rage” that the hacker group Anonymous sponsored in New York City in the financial district kind of sputtered out when protesters discovered their access to parts of Wall Street was denied by police officers who beat them to the area; By 10 a.m., metal barricades manned by police officers ringed the blocks of Wall Street between Broadway and William Street to the east. (In a statement, Paul J. Browne, the Police Department’s chief spokesman said, “A protest area was established on Broad Street at Exchange Street, next to the stock exchange, but protesters elected not to use it.”) Organizers, promoters and supporters called the day, which had been widely discussed on Twitter and other social media sites, simply September 17. Some referred to it as the United States Day of Rage, an apparent reference to a series of disruptive protests against the Vietnam War held in Chicago in 1969. The idea, according to some organizers, was to camp out for weeks or even months to replicate the kind, if not the scale, of protests that erupted earlier this year in places as varied as Egypt, Spain and Israel.(MORE HELL?NYC WallStreet Protests and Another Day of Rage