Zionist Piranha Press Attack Dogs Attack Sean Spicer Over Holohoax Comment
WEDNESDAY / APRIL 12, 2017
There is a great quote that has been mis-attributed to the French philosopher Voltaire. Though the French polymath (a person learned in many different fields) never actually said it, the observation is profound and true nonetheless. The Voltaire impostor said:
“To learn who rules over you, simply find out who you are not allowed to criticise”
White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer did not criticize the Tribe in any way, of course, but he did inadvertently go off script — which is still enough to merit a public flogging from the usual suspects.
The Judenpresse feeding-frenzy proves “who rules over you.” Though that quote was not from Voltaire, the French philosopher (Image 3) DID author the following gems: ”They are, all of them, born with raging fanaticism in their hearts, just as the Bretons and the Germans are born with blond hair. I would not be in the least bit surprised if these people would not some day become deadly to the human race.” (Letter of Memmius to Cicero – 1771)
”You have surpassed all nations in impertinent fables, in bad conduct and in barbarism. You deserve to be punished, for this is your destiny.” (‘One Must Take Sides – 1772)
So, what exactly did Mr. Spicer say to set off the Piranha Press?
Spicer: “You had someone as despicable as Hitler who didn’t even sink to using chemical weapons. So you have to, if you are Russia, ask yourself: Is this a country and a regime that you want to align yourself with?”
Poor little Sean. In trying to please and impress the chosenites with a strong denunciation of the hated Bashar al-Assad of Syria, he dared to suggest that Assad is even worse than The Great One of Germany. Silly Sean. I’m sure your masters appreciate your effort, but no one can ever bump The Great One down to 2nd place on the all-time list of Bad Guys. Don’t let it happen again!
Slimes’ scribbler Michael Grynbaum‘s (cough cough) dramatic description of Spicer’s “screw-up” is typical of how the entire school of attack-fish responded. From the article:
“One day after he delivered a stunner of a gaffe from the White House lectern — favorably comparing Hitler to President Bashar al-Assad of Syria, then clumsily referring to Nazi death camps as “Holocaust centers” — Mr. Spicer gave an abject apology on Wednesday, saying,
A “stunner of a gaffe?” Really Mikey? Putting aside the fact that the Holohoax was, well, a dad-gum hoax — it’s obvious that Spicer was only referring to the use of chemical weapons during warfare — which The Great One never did. In no way did his comments deny the Holohoax or the existence of “zee gas chambers” TM. In light of the false belief that chemicals were used to kill “6 million Jews” TM, Spicer’s comment was indeed awkward — but hardly worthy of kicking-up such a firestorm.
Zyklon B was a pesticide used to kill typhus-bearing-head-lice, not people! That’s why camp inmates had their heads shaved too.
The most pathetic part of this spectacle-of-the-day was Spicer’s immediate, and oh-so-predictable, groveling act which followed.
Spicer:“It really is painful to myself to know that I did something like that.”
“Painful?!” (palm to face, shaking head, sighing) Did you cry over your sin? The article continues:
“I made a mistake; there’s no other way to say it,” Mr. Spicer said, his face taut, during a scheduled interview in Washington. “I got into a topic that I shouldn’t have, and I screwed up.”
His “face was taut?” (bent over toilet, vomiting) — What a typical Washington weasel!
“Oh forgive me rabbi, for I have sinned! No one is more evil than Hitler — not Assad, not Qaddafi, not Hussein, not Putin, not even Kim Jong Un! Forgive me!”
It’s not so bad, Sean. At least a chunk of your income wasn’t chopped off by the fearful owner of Amazon (but I digress). Even if Mordecai & Esther, er, Jared & Ivanka eventually replace you with someone more telegenic and with a stronger presence, you’ll be fine. As long as you stay on your knees and keep that theatrical “taut face” on during your apologetic self-flagellation, the insiders will always take care of their own.
We too are “sorry” — sorry we didn’t write THE BAD WAR many years ago!
Boobus Americanus 1: What do you think about Sean Spicer putting his foot in his mouth by saying that Hitler didn’t use chemical weapons?
Boobus Americanus 2: He needs to be replaced. You can’t make mistakes like that. But at least he apologized.