I am Jewish and offended by Palin’s Blood Libel comment, who are you to tell me I shouldn’t?
Throughout history, untold numbers of my people have been wrongly put to death for REAL Blood Libels. To this day, “The Protocols of Zion” still gets circulation among both Western and Eastern readers. I personally have been a victim of Blood Libel, courtesy of Matt Hale’s World Church of the Creator.
Who are you to tell me I am being too harsh on Sarah Palin for trivializing and denigrating the suffering and prejudice my people have faced by equating it with the bad press she’s received over a woefully stupid campaign graphic?
…. Every decent person should be offended. Sarah Palin could have made a statement that included humility, and humanity. But no. On the day of the memorial service for the victims of the shooting, when Barack Obama is stepping up to unify the nation, Sarah Palin tries to paint herself as the victim, and uses language to divide the nation. That’s the difference between Obama, a real leader, and Palin, a narcissist.
“Especially within hours of a tragedy unfolding, journalists and pundits should not manufacture a blood libel that serves only to incite the very hatred and violence they purport to condemn. That is reprehensible.” ~ Sarah Palin
“Blood libel” is a false and sensationalized allegations that Jews kidnap, abuse, ritually murder and sometimes eat the body of Christian children. It is the most anti-Semitic statement. It is particularly poignant in this case because Palin is not Jewish. Giffords is. With that statement, Palin referenced a legacy of hate — a reference used by Adolf Hitler.
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