Sunday, January 9, 2011

Was it "Kill the joos"?

Huh:
Fox News reported Sunday morning that an internal Department of Homeland Security memo obtained by the network indicated that suspect Jared Lee Loughner, 22, is "possibly linked" to an anti-Semitic, white supremacist group.

The DHS memo called the group American Renaissance "anti-government, anti-immigration, anti-ZOG (Zionist Occupational Government), anti-Semitic." The information reportedly came as Loughner's computer and personal effects were searched in the shooting investigation.
Sorry, I have absolutely no idea how to score anti-government, anti-immigration, anti-Zionist, anti-semetic on the usual two dimensional left-right political axis.  Looks like a 2:2 tie to me (maybe 2:1:1; maybe).  Then again, I'm sure our intellectual superiors in the Media will rush to explain it to me.

Sure makes the Mein Kampf connection a lot clearer, though. That said, DHS is arguably the most consistently incompetent Federal Agency.  Let's see what else comes out on this.

Via Don Surber.

3 comments:

Graybeard said...

Well, isn't that special!

Could it be.. Satan?!!?!??

Seriously: anti government, anti-semitic...sounds like Helen Thomas to me.

Raptor said...

Right-wing extremists, definitely. At least, that's what the MSM will call them.

And here's a laugh for y'all: I heard a rumor that the American Renaissance is cooperating fully with the Feds in that they are giving the Feds the names of people who subscribe to their publications and donate money in an effort to prove that Loughner was not, in fact, associated with them in any way.

Lissa said...

Yes, how DOES one score "schizophrenic fruitcake" on a political axis? It's a question that baffles me and obviously does NOT baffle any of the media pundits.