Skip to comments.How the Media Got It Wrong Re the Helen Thomas Affair
Posted on 06/13/2010 4:56:46 PM PDT by Nachum
Much has happened since Rabbi Nesenoff emailed me his video interview of Helen Thomas containing her now-famous declaration that Jews should get the hell out of Palestine and go back to their homes in Germany and Poland. Upon first watching the interview, I saw it a big story and was determined to make it go viral. The objective was not to go after the 89-year-old newswoman per se, as a teaching opportunity, showing that anti-Semitism still permeated through normal American society.
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Thomas is just pissed that Moses took her parking spot at the base of Sinai.
Hey Faux!!!!! We need Fair and Balanced!
A HT daily reality show would be a hoot!!
This is America, she has the right to think and speak. Let her speak.
This is America? Isn't it?
It's a shame it's taken 4 decades before we heard how she feels/ who she is.
I don’t want to know ANYTHING about her affair!
No, Helen Thomas is not now nor has she ever been part of "normal" American society.
Rather, she's always been a Leftwingtard or a Falangist, just like the rabbi she mouthed off too. I doubt either one of them have the slightest difference in fundamental political ideology. On the other hand, she knows who she would like to ship off, and it's a pretty good bet the rabbi hasn't thought of that himself ~ just about where he might like to run to if more people like Helen Thomas show up in his neck of the woods.
Best bet for the rabbi is to abandon his own Leftwingtard viewpoints, get right with God (in any manner he choses), and join "normal American society" ~ that way he won't run into as many antisemites as he seems presently to attract.
“...a teaching opportunity, showing that anti-Semitism still permeated through normal American society.”
Only one complaint with an otherwise excellent article (and great work by Yid with Lid in general). Anti-Semitism doesn’t so much permeate normal American society as it does the ideology of liberal anti-American elites. Lots of non-liberal Americans honor the contributions of Jews in America, and support Israel.
This article really has some interesting background on the Rabbi.
I read on another thread that he is very disillusioned by this experience. By the reactions of those he thought were on the side of good, as he has tried to be.
This article makes it pretty clear why he would feel that way.