Uber-Jew Comedian Larry David Mocks Stormfront — and All Decency
by James Harting
UBER-JEW Larry David has a new incarnation of his uber-Jewish situation comedy, Curb Your Enthusiasm, on HBO this season.
This show is easily the most anti-Semitic television comedy ever broadcast in the US — although it’s not clear if David realizes how anti-Semitic it is.
In one episode in 2009 (Season 7, Episode 6), David, who plays himself as a Jew, urinates on a painting of Jesus. His Mexican housemaid sees the urine on the painting, and thinks that it’s a miracle: the Christian savior is crying real tears. The credulity of the Goyim is portrayed as being hilarious. Was this episode offensive? No way, said David, it was all just a gag! Lighten up, Goyim!
The show went off the air for awhile but now it’s back. Lucky us!
Last week’s offering (Season 10, Episode 6, broadcast on February 23) featured a sub-plot in which David encounters an inventor who is clearly a Jew-hater. The inventor has a German Shepard named “Adolf.” Adolf doesn’t like Jews, see? They get him riled up. However, if you raise your right arm in a National Socialist salute and say “Heil Hitler!” the dog calms right down. More hilarity, eh?
Naively, David defends the inventor to another Jewish character. The inventor is a man of science, and he is a faithful follower of Stormfront, David tells him. He adds that Stormfront is a meteorological group that chases tornadoes and such. The audience, of course, is in on the joke: they know what Stormfront is really all about. My, these Jews are clever, aren’t they?
I cannot emphasize too much how Jewish this show is, with its unhealthy fixation on feces and urine, and with its lurid, salacious attitude toward sex. This week’s episode included a sub-plot in which four elderly Jewish men ruminated obsessively about the “magic vagina” of a non-Jewish woman character. Yet, it isn’t just the story lines or the content, but the characters themselves, their speech and mannerisms, and above all their values, which all embody the purest and most repulsive type of Jewish humor.
In some future museum there should a room set aside where clips from Curb Your Enthusiasm are shown, along with those from another Larry David production, Seinfeld. Simply describing the Jews to our descendants won’t do them justice: they will need to see for themselves who our overlords were in the bad old days of the 20th and early 21st centuries.
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Source: Do Right and Fear No One