Jews Go Ballistic Over Bannon Appointment
The boundaries of “acceptable political positions” that took the Jews 100 years to establish are being erased in a matter of weeks.
THE ORGANIZED-CRIME-LINKED Jewish group calling itself the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) attacked President-elect Donald Trump’s decision to choose Stephen Bannon (pictured), the former head of the partially race-aware Web site Breitbart News, as his senior counselor Sunday.
Trump also tapped Republican National Committee chairman Reince Priebus as White House chief of staff, saying that he and Bannon would be “working as equal partners to transform the federal government.” Priebus is an Establishment Republican, and the Jewish group said it approved of his appointment.
Representative Adam Schiff, also a Jew, tweeted: “Selection of Steve Bannon for senior WH role unsurprising but alarming. His alt-right, anti-Semitic & misogynistic views don’t belong in WH.”
While praising the appointment of Priebus as a fitting candidate who had “enjoyed a long career in politics and public service,” ADL CEO Jonathan Greenblat said that the organization opposes the appointment of Bannon and that “it is a sad day when a man who presided over the premier website of the ‘alt-right’ — a loose-knit group of white nationalists and unabashed anti-Semites and racists — is slated to be a senior staff member in the ‘people’s house.'” Observers note that Jewish groups are now attempting to use the term “White nationalist” as a term of opprobrium — formerly, they said “bigot” or “hater” or “neo-Nazi.” To the dismay of the Jews, these smear words (and the attempted demonization of the neutral “White nationalist”) are having little effect in recent months.
The ADL called on Trump to instead “nominate Americans committed to the well-being of all our country’s people and who exemplify the values of pluralism and tolerance that make our country great.”
Newt Gingrich, a neocon Republican who attached himself to Trump late in the campaign, defended Bannon by claiming he couldn’t be anti-Jewish since he “was a managing partner at Goldman Sachs, he was a Hollywood movie producer.”
Bannon has been accused of “anti-Semitism” by an embittered ex-wife, according to reports in Jewish-controlled media today.
The New York Daily News reported Friday that court documents revealed Bannon’s ex-wife’s claim that Bannon did not want the couple’s daughters to attend Los Angeles’s Archer School for Girls because the elite institution had many Jewish students enrolled.
According to Bannon’s ex-wife, Mary Louise Piccard, Bannon “doesn’t like Jews,” did not like the way Jews “raise their kids to be ‘whiny brats'” and didn’t want his daughters going to school with them.
Piccard’s statement was issued in a 2007 filing of a modification to their divorce agreement, which was originally finalized in 1997, NBC News reported. The Jewish media are also trumpeting their “discovery” in these documents that Bannon was “charged with domestic violence” 20 years ago during his divorce — but you may be sure that had he been convicted, they would have trumpeted that far and wide as well, so you can be assured that he was not convicted.
Bannon’s spokeswoman, Alexandra Preate, denies the claims of “anti-Semitism,” saying “Mr. Bannon said he never said anything like that and proudly sent the girls to Archer for their middle school and high school education.”
Another Jewish media operation, Bloomberg News, in a biased profile of Bannon, said their reporter Joshua Green had spoken with Andrew Breitbart before his death. According to Green, Breitbart “described Bannon, with sincere admiration, as the Leni Riefenstahl of the Tea Party movement” — referring to eminent National Socialist filmmaker and director of the film Triumph of the Will. For many decades, Jews have used their power to enforce a taboo against any favorable notice of National Socialism, which they claim is “genocidal,” “horrifying” and morally wrong — but their taboo has less and less effect with each passing day.
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Source: Jerusalem Post, Breitbart News, and National Vanguard correspondents