When I read that Whoopi Goldberg had been fired from her prime time, #1 TV gig, The View, for Denying the Holocaust I just rolled my eyes. Whoopi sucked on Star Track.

The only good thing that ever happened on The View was Rosie O’Donnell telling people that the World Trade Center had been rigged for demolition and that George Bush totally knew 9/11 was coming. That is how mainstream “9/11 Truth” was, even Presidential candidate Howard Dean suggested that Bush had advanced warning and Bush had to respond. Eventually Condi Rice admitted they had advanced knowledge – they made her read the title of the memo on live TV – and Norman Mineta testified under oath that Dick Cheney ordered a “stand down.” This was all well known since 2004, at the latest.

But of course the Neo-Con Republicans squealed like a stuck pig and started calling Rosie O’Donnell “fat” – which she obviously was – and a “lesbian” – which most people just assumed she was. Eventually she was fired from the View for “anti-semitic conspiracy theories.”

The really creative Republicans – for the yung-un’s out there, Republicans were always like this – said that Rosie O’Donnell was wrong about 9/11 because Muslims actually hate gay people.

Also, of course, she was called an Anti-Semite. It is like what Kevin Ryan says, “I spent ten years blaming 9/11 on Dick Cheney and Donald Rumsfeld only to have a bunch of Zionist Jews start calling me an “anti-semite.”

It is always like this. Say “globalists” and Jews hear “Jew.” Say “liberal media” and Jews hear “Jew.” Say that The Holocaust was about man’s inhumanity to man, and Jews hear “I hate the Jews.”

Whoopi Goldberg said the Holocaust was two groups of white people, therefore, she hates Jews, because she says Jews are white.

Now, if I say “Jews are not white” that makes me an “Anti-Semite” and if Whoopi Goldberg says “Jews are white” that makes her an “Anti-Semite.”

It’s a game – Jews demand their own special exceptions to every rule, and if you say, “no, the same rules that apply to us apply to you” the ADL will start screaming “Anti-Semite Hitler Nazi White Supremacist Oy Vey I Plotzed In My Kishka!

What can we learn from the cancellation of Whoopi Goldberg for Holocaust Denial and Mis-Racing Jews?

  1. Not my business, really, but obviously Holocaust religion shouldn’t be taught in public schools – either teach the historical controversy or save it for the Synagogue.
  2. World Trade Center buildings one and two – the so-called “Twin Towers” – were rigged for demolition during the summer and autumn of 2001, after they had been acquired by Larry Silverstein, a Zionist Jew and close business partner of the Prime Minister of Israel, with whom he had weekly calls during the months the buildings were being rigged. The Prime Minister of Israel announced the “official story” on BBC before any American official had said a word.

After reading the headlines I realized that Claremont Institute’s Joel Kotkin is almost certainly going to be writing about Whoopi Goldberg and how Jews have always suffered at the hands of the Black lesbians who control Hollywood and won’t even let Jewish actresses like Sarah Silverman be a leading lady because she has “Jewface.”

And really the whole situation reminded me of the classic Matt Taibbi article about Thomas Friedman, where he anti-semitically claims that Thomas Friedman is a terrible writer and a dumbass peddling bullshit, which means that Matt Taibbi hates Jews and he’s a full fledged Nazi because he once likened Goldman Sachs to an octopus, and Goldman Sachs is run by Jewish bankers, and Taibbi is not the first goyim to compare Jewish bankers to octopii, therefore, Matt Taibbi is Literally Hitler. See how that works? It is not complicated.

Matt Taibbi, January 12, 2009:

I think it was about five months ago that Press editor Alex Zaitchik whispered to me in the office hallway that Thomas Friedman had a new book coming out. All he knew about it was the title, but that was enough; he approached me with the chilled demeanor of a British spy who has just discovered that Hitler was secretly buying up the world’s manganese supply. Who knew what it meant, but one had to assume the worst.

“It’s going to be called The Flattening,” he whispered. Then he stood there, eyebrows raised, staring at me, waiting to see the effect of the news when it landed. I said nothing. … I tried not to think about it. But when I heard the book was actually coming out, I started to worry. Among other things, I knew I would be asked to write the review.

It’s impossible to divorce The World Is Flat from its rhetorical approach. It’s not for nothing that Thomas Friedman is called “the most important columnist in America today.” That it’s Friedman’s own colleague at the New York Times (Walter Russell Mead) calling him this, on the back of Friedman’s own book, is immaterial. Friedman is an important American. He is the perfect symbol of our culture of emboldened stupidity. Like George Bush, he’s in the reality-making business. In the new flat world, argument is no longer a two-way street for people like the president and the country’s most important columnist. You no longer have to worry about actually convincing anyone; the process ends when you make the case.

Things are true because you say they are. The only thing that matters is how sure you sound when you say it. In politics, this allows America to invade a castrated Iraq in self-defense. In the intellectual world, Friedman is now probing the outer limits of this trick’s potential, and it’s absolutely perfect, a stroke of genius, that he’s choosing to argue that the world is flat. The only thing that would have been better would be if he had chosen to argue that the moon was made of cheese. And that’s basically what he’s doing here. The internet is speeding up business communications, and global labor markets are more fluid than ever. Therefore, the moon is made of cheese. That is the rhetorical gist of The World Is Flat. It’s brilliant. Only an America-hater could fail to appreciate it.