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COMEDY KIKE BASHING - nutterbutter - 09-23-2009 09:11 AM
I'll go first:
Why cant "jews" work at a pizza place?
Because every time someone opens the oven door the "jew" screams :D
COMEDY KIKE BASHING - --- - 09-23-2009 02:17 PM
A Neo-Nazi walks into a bar carrying an albatross around their neck
The bartender says: "Where did you get that?"
The albatross says: "In Sachsen, East Germany. They got thousands of them out there."
COMEDY KIKE BASHING - --- - 09-23-2009 03:05 PM
Songwriter Leonard Cohen, one of Montreal's most beloved talents, faced controversy in his hometown Saturday over his upcoming performance in Tel Aviv to benefit Palestinian and Israeli peace groups.
A handful of people — less than a dozen — showed up Saturday at a protest organized by a local pro-Palestinian group. They handed out pamphlets to passersby in front of Cohen's favourite Montreal haunt, a breakfast and bagel cafe.
"This action is a demand from Montreal society that Leonard Cohen does not play a show in Israel to lend credence and normalize the apartheid state," said spokesman Doug Smith.
"It's not about him personally. This is a message to all artists."
Protests over Tel Aviv concert
Demonstrations have dogged the 74-year-old poet and singer during his world tour since he announced the Tel Aviv date and Amnesty International recently yanked support from the charity concert, scheduled for Sept. 24. A concert scheduled in the West Bank city of Ramallah was also cancelled after becoming embroiled in the boycott campaign.
Smith contends Cohen's efforts to pacify critics by donating proceeds to peace groups and by performing in the West Bank "whitewash crimes of the Israeli state."
"No one's asking for those steps," Smith said. "Palestinians don't need friends, they need solid support and solidarity — actions that speak louder than words."
The campaign against Cohen's concert was spearheaded by a group of Palestinian academics calling for an international economic, cultural and academic boycott of Israel since 2004.
Other events, artists targeted
The Toronto International Film Festival is also currently embroiled in the uproar for featuring Tel Aviv in its inaugural City to City program.
Artists like Icelandic musician Bjork and hip-hop superstar Snoop Dogg have been targeted by the organization, which has found support in artists like Brian Eno, Danny Glover and Jane Fonda.
But the boycott campaign doesn't seem to be finding traction. Israel has been besieged by a growing number of high-profile acts in the last couple of years who — unlike Cohen — have performed entirely for profit.
The Pet Shop Boys and chart-topper Lady Gaga performed there this summer and alternative bands Faith No More and Dinosaur Jr. have upcoming concerts. Pop star Madonna held a concert in Tel Aviv earlier this month, wrapping herself in the Israeli flag and declaring the country "the centre of the world's energy."
She also hobnobbed with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Opposition leader Tzipi Livni. But protester Stefan Christoff says the two artists can't be compared.
"Leonard Cohen is somebody who can appreciate human rights," he said. "Madonna wrote Material Girl."
'Free speech a human right'
Cohen's spokeswoman, Tiffany Shipp, said Friday there would be no comment on the Montreal protest but Robert Kory, Cohen's manager, told the Jerusalem Post in July that free speech was also a human right.
"My response to those who call for a boycott is very simple," he said.
"When I talk to people calling for Leonard to boycott Israel, I ask them: 'Why can't people have different approaches? Can't we respect each other and have a different way of addressing a common problem?"
The songwriter's Tel Aviv concert sold out in one day. Cohen is famous for songs like Everybody Knows, Hallelulah, and Democracy, which touch on issues of social inequality and religion. An observant Jew as well as a Zen Buddhist, he performed for the troops in the 1973 Yom Kippur War and last played in Israel in 1975.
COMEDY KIKE BASHING - --- - 09-23-2009 03:09 PM
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COMEDY KIKE BASHING - --- - 09-23-2009 03:45 PM
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Why does a Jew pick his nose?
It's cheaper than using a tissue.
What is the title of the Jew favorite how-to-book?
"How to Make Money!"
When a Jew throws a party, what do his guests drive?
The goys crazy!
Why did the Jew rush to the discount store?
The ad said: "CHEAP!!!"
Why is the rhinoceros jealous of Jews?
Jews have bigger noses.
What time is bed time at the Jew's house?
When electricity is too expensive.
What do Jews and niggers both like to ride?
What is the worst stain on a Jew's underwear?
Lipstick from a Jewess.
Why does the Jew do after one of his friends leaves?
He checks the sofa for loose change.
What did the sunbather shout at the Jew?
No, I won't PAY you for sunshine!
What is a Jew's ideal of a perfect 10?
Any blonde he can get.
Why did the Jew want his own kid?
What repulsive thing can be found in a Jew's clothes?
What has a big nose, stinks, and acts like a repulsive jerk?
The typical Jew.
Why did the gas company fire the Jew?
He was allergic to gas.
Why are Jews' pants so big?
So they don't need to buy a wallet.
Why don't Jews eat pork?
The Torah prohibits cannibalism.
What did the Jew say to the bank teller?
I want MORE!
Where does the Jew look for dates?
Why does the Jew hate his own reputation?
The truth hurts!
What caused the Jew's biggest problem?
The greatest man who ever lived, ADOLF HITLER!
COMEDY KIKE BASHING - SiLVa - 09-23-2009 04:24 PM
COMEDY KIKE BASHING - --- - 09-23-2009 06:12 PM
I pretty much agree with what MichaelvdG said in his first article on the reported killings of unarmed civilians by IDF soldiers, and the supposed “don’t care about who you kill” attitude behind it. However, the reason he gives for why this type of attitude might have arisen is not the only one that can be applied. Michael writes:
Israel’s behavior can be logically explained, it’s what happens to people when they live in constant fear, under threat of annihilation, and when they have given up hope (about living in peace).
It certainly wasn’t the reasoning behind the massacre at My Lai in Vietnam. Nor was it the reason for any torture or inappropriate killings in Afghanistan or Iraq. The U.S. has typically never had to fear for total annihilation like Israel. Sorry if this sounds like bragging; I don’t mean it to be. I’m just pointing out that U.S. soldiers have also committed atrocities, and it certainly was not because they were worried their country was going to be bombed off the map the next day. The soldiers’ reasoning in these cases may have been racism, perhaps they were just looking for trouble, maybe they just snapped, or things got out of hand. Who knows?
The IDF soliders may have also snapped (which would seem the result of Michael’s analysis), but snapping like that can happen just from being in war (hence other killing situations), never mind living with hostile governments around you. So there are others reasons for just killing people without reason that don’t involve living next to your enemies.
Yet, doesn’t this situation, if it happened, show that Israelis are not so different from other people? If they’re not immune from committing war crimes, they’re obviously not immune from committing other mistakes, such as bad foreign policies. So, why is criticism of the Israel so frowned upon in America?
It’s all fine and well for Michael to say that such criticism is necessary, but I’m not sure I know of another country is which it is such a stigma to say anything bad about Israel. I know that not everybody thinks this way. Liberals tend to get excoriated for it, though not all of them do it. Nor are all conservatives so tight lipped about Israel.
Yet, I have had a Jewish friend tell me that any criticism of Israel is basically the same thing as anti-semitism. And I’m sure he’s not alone in that thinking. Criticizing, or indeed, saying anything that could be seen as negative about Israel, simply isn’t done in this country. Not in public, anyway. You tend to not even see any satirization or jokes about Israel, except from Jews themselves, lest they be seen as anti-Semitic. The blogosphere and other commentary vehicles might have a higher instance of it, but they usually don’t have to see their audience face to face.
And yes, the irony of that last sentence is not lost on me.
We have previously had some discussion over how criticism by insiders tends to be more accepted than that by outsiders. Yet, I believe that nobody is above criticism, even allies. But Israel tends to hold a position that is different than even some of our longest lasting allies, including the U.K.
It is rather like the situation Americans face with blacks in their country. Whites have a difficult time criticizing them because of history. Like blacks, Jews had a horrible period in their history, and because of the atrocities committed, there’s been this stigma placed on criticism of them or places where the country some of them have made for themselves.
But like blacks, Jews and Israelis (or, at least, Israeli-supporting Americans) need to understand that not all such criticism is based on hate, even if that criticism is wrong. I think eventually we’ll be past the point people have to worry about being labeled an anti-Semite for their criticism, like is now kinda-sorta-maybe-or-not starting to be the case with blacks in America and being called a racist for any criticism of them. Maybe not for a while, but eventually.
COMEDY KIKE BASHING - kevlar - 09-24-2009 12:52 AM
not the kind of jewish jokes i was refering to... but some are funny
COMEDY KIKE BASHING - --- - 09-24-2009 02:11 AM
Quote:not the kind of jewish jokes i was refering to... but some are funny
You're the OP? I missed that part.
COMEDY KIKE BASHING - TheQleaner - 09-25-2009 04:43 PM
What do Jewish Princesses make for dinner ?
Why do Jewish people have big noses ?
Because the Air is Free.
COMEDY KIKE BASHING - nutterbutter - 09-26-2009 06:21 AM
Why are the fucking "jews" noses so BIG ??
Because air is free !!
COMEDY KIKE BASHING - --- - 10-05-2009 09:14 PM
Quote:What do Jewish Princesses make for dinner ?
Haha good one! You and Ray and Maura were all on the same page with that gag!
You can post again now..we forgot you were restricted from posting for a while... please don't presume to spam the board with links to yours once again though..
COMEDY KIKE BASHING - --- - 10-26-2009 04:19 PM
This thread is a good example of the idiocy that occurs when you tell some people that they have freedom of speech.
And it also has a good joke about a Nazi in it too
COMEDY KIKE BASHING - drummer - 10-26-2009 05:29 PM
did you hear about the jewish kamikaze pilot?
crashed his plane into his brothers scrap yard :)
COMEDY KIKE BASHING - --- - 10-26-2009 05:57 PM