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  1. Marketing at Jewish girls who wish they were (natural) blonds?

  2. Who cares, it’s fabulous!

  3. At least it doesn’t include 88 stickers.

    • Replies: @anon
    @Johan Schmidt

    To my shame, I chuckled. Kudos.

  4. You know, I bet they mean Swas- stickers. Damn right they are.

  5. The most deplorable one [AKA "Fourth doorman of the apocalypse"] says:

    Yes, Steve. Frozen is anti-semitic and stickers is just a symbol for money!

    In fact, it’s worse than that. Disney is anti-semitic and we should boycott Disney.

    Oh, what’s that you say? His CEO? He’s a cryptic anti-semite!

  6. Considering the origins of the Trump meme, it clearly was “anti-Semitic.” But there should be no taboo on talking about Jewish privilege and their massive overrepresentation among our elites. Especially since many Jews are the one pushing conspiracy theories like “institutional racism” and “white privilege.”

    • Replies: @AndrewR
    @Hepp

    Yep. The conspiracy theories Jews invent about whites tend to be projection at best.

    , @Anonymous
    @Hepp

    No. The origin story was wrong. The idea that it was an anti-semitic meme came from the belief it was originally posted to an anti-semitic forum. It was later discovered that the picture originated from some guy's twitter, the but the media still maintained it was anti-semitic in origin.

    , @Jack D
    @Hepp

    Keep pushing that - that's a sure way to elect Hillary. Take out an ad - "9 out of 10 anti-Semites support Donald Trump - please join us in our quest to reduce Jewish overrepresentation. Take the first step - vote for the Donald!" That's a great idea.

  7. oy vey that’s a good deal

  8. • Replies: @Brutusale
    @EriK

    Strangely enough, I think of this:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2112_(album)

  9. Let it go already.

    • Replies: @Dirk Dagger
    @Njguy73

    Because they're so over it.

  10. Is “Frozen” Anti-Semitic?

    Do you even need to ask? You’re a Wrecker.

  11. Jews:
    the bride at every wedding, the corpse at every funeral

  12. Ugh yes, look at how blonde those goyisch characters are, and we all know Disney himself was basically a more talented Streicher.

  13. I’m surprised that movie ran the gauntlet unscathed anyway. Two of the whitest girls on the planet in a white kingdom with no blacks around? Sounds like paradise, but where were all the Useful idiot MSM liberals and the BLM-type blacks who demand black over-representation in every media product on the planet then scream when blacks are added that whites are extracting black gold?

  14. Is “Frozen” anti-semitic? What are you kidding? Did you see the schnoz on that snowman??

  15. Steve,

    You should blog David Weigel’s WP article on the convenient timing of the MSM’s reporting on Trump praise for Saddam Hussein. It’s pretty spot-on indictment of the MSM, and an explanation of why Trump will almost certainly lose (unfortunately…).

  16. Twinkle, twinkle little star of Bethlehem,
    How I wonder what you are,
    Power so bright that brings mayhem,
    How I wonder what you really are.

  17. It’s antisemitic because Trump did it. You must understand, a ‘reasonable prosecutor’ would judge it to be antisemitic because only Jews can use a six-pointed star. You know, like ‘N**gah’ is a black thang, and ‘no-image-of-the-prophet’ is a Muslim thing. Special privileges for special people.

  18. I won’t ever understand why we use the imprecise word “anti-Semitic” to mean anti-Jewish.

    Most people don’t even know what Semite means. Most Jews don’t speak a Semitoc language even.

    • Replies: @Moses
    @Thea

    Yes. Far better to use "Anti-Jew" rather than the Jewish-preferred made-up word "Anti-Semitic."

    But somehow, "Anti-Jew" doesn't have the same holier-than-thou ring that "Anti-Semitic" does. It also puts attention squarely on "Jew" (and baggage contained therein) which Jews don't want.

    "Didja hear? That guy is Anti-Semitic" sounds a whole lot better (or worse) than "Didja hear? That guy sounds Anti-Jew!"

    The former sounds like a horrible affliction. The latter would be received with knowing shrugs. That's why Jews prefer the former.

  19. No more so than this group.

  20. Well I’m sure we’ve all heard all the stereotypes and tasteless jokes about how much Jews like stickers

  21. This site and 4chan are loaded with low key anti-Jewish remarks. Remember when Mencius Moldbug said, “On 4chan I’m sometimes known as ‘Moldberg,’ and depicted with a photoshopped Jew-nose.”

    The original 4chan image may have had a genuinely subtle jewish vibe. I’m personally of mixed Jewish and Italian descent and don’t find that stuff offensive. I also love the roman nose.

  22. Do the young people still say “A world of no.” … ?

  23. I guess six-sided snowflakes are antisemitic now.

  24. @Hepp
    Considering the origins of the Trump meme, it clearly was "anti-Semitic." But there should be no taboo on talking about Jewish privilege and their massive overrepresentation among our elites. Especially since many Jews are the one pushing conspiracy theories like "institutional racism" and "white privilege."

    Replies: @AndrewR, @Anonymous, @Jack D

    Yep. The conspiracy theories Jews invent about whites tend to be projection at best.

  25. This red star reminds me of the Soviet Red Star – even though the Soviets could only afford 5 points.

    Is Trump a Commie? Trumbo – Trumpo – Trump? Just a coincidence?

  26. I knew my daughter was precocious but to be an alt-right shitl0rd at age 4…. She’s ahead of the curve!

    Not to spoil the fun, but it’s probably just a snowflake. You know, to be consistent with the motif.

  27. Blonde nordic woman beauty is anti-semitic, a micro-agression…

    • Replies: @Ivy
    @Santoculto


    Blonde nordic woman beauty is anti-semitic, a micro-agression…
     
    Only until they convert, at which time they devolve into visual micro-aggressions (or attractions, depending on one's proclivities) in the eyes of their temple pew-mates.

    Replies: @Santoculto

  28. Absolutely. The minister advising the evil prince was an obvious caricature of a Hofjud. Disney is clearly just a front for ODESSA.

  29. Who cares? Frozen is one of the few movies for children that isn’t complete PC garbage or inappropriate.

    Jews don’t sit around worrying if they are anti-white, anti-black, anti-Muslim or anything else. So what if some people don’t like Jews or Jewish culture, or oppose Jewish interests?

    As far as I know, Frozen is a Disney movie, and Disney is very friendly to Jews. What’s next? Will we start calling food producers anti-semitic for plastering kosher symbols all over everything we eat?

    • Replies: @anti frozen
    @OilcanFloyd

    Frozen IS PC garbage, stupid feminist agitprop.

    Replies: @OilcanFloyd

    , @Anonymous
    @OilcanFloyd

    Frozen is PC, and is garbage.

  30. @Hepp
    Considering the origins of the Trump meme, it clearly was "anti-Semitic." But there should be no taboo on talking about Jewish privilege and their massive overrepresentation among our elites. Especially since many Jews are the one pushing conspiracy theories like "institutional racism" and "white privilege."

    Replies: @AndrewR, @Anonymous, @Jack D

    No. The origin story was wrong. The idea that it was an anti-semitic meme came from the belief it was originally posted to an anti-semitic forum. It was later discovered that the picture originated from some guy’s twitter, the but the media still maintained it was anti-semitic in origin.

  31. @Njguy73
    Let it go already.

    Replies: @Dirk Dagger

    Because they’re so over it.

  32. Only if Anna and Elsa do a Scrooge McDuck on a bunch of dollar bills.

    • Replies: @Jim Don Bob
    @Benjamin I. Espen

    The image of Scrooge McDuck on a bunch of dollar bills is how I believe many people think of large corporations; that they have these big vaults full of money that they could give to deserving people if only they were not so greedy.

  33. Of course it is, racial stereotypes about “frigid” females and the like.

  34. The non-outlined shape is a common polygon with assorted uses.

    The outlined/inlined version is the Jewish symbol.

  35. @Benjamin I. Espen
    Only if Anna and Elsa do a Scrooge McDuck on a bunch of dollar bills.

    Replies: @Jim Don Bob

    The image of Scrooge McDuck on a bunch of dollar bills is how I believe many people think of large corporations; that they have these big vaults full of money that they could give to deserving people if only they were not so greedy.

  36. Wasn’t the problem with the Trump tweet not so much the six pointed star itself but that the image was ultimately picked up (after possible retweets) from a neo-Nazi site?

  37. Anonymous • Disclaimer says:

    What a ridiculous way to blow this. The peak time for the Republican nominee to come out swinging at Hillary for Benghazi and the emails and he just gives away this idiotic freebie to the press to lay into him. The antisemitic juxtaposition is blatant to any half-way intelligent person, which means the guy doesn’t even bother to hire half-way intelligent people to run his media operation. It all goes to show he’s not genuinely invested in the campaign itself, just the notoriety and attention it’s brought him.

    Salute to Trump playing everyone. This whole campaign is about his own stupid ego. He was able to figure out the anti-immigration angle was untapped but he’s just tapped to run this ego campaign for himself and he’s going to end up setting the movement back when he loses in November.

  38. @Hepp
    Considering the origins of the Trump meme, it clearly was "anti-Semitic." But there should be no taboo on talking about Jewish privilege and their massive overrepresentation among our elites. Especially since many Jews are the one pushing conspiracy theories like "institutional racism" and "white privilege."

    Replies: @AndrewR, @Anonymous, @Jack D

    Keep pushing that – that’s a sure way to elect Hillary. Take out an ad – “9 out of 10 anti-Semites support Donald Trump – please join us in our quest to reduce Jewish overrepresentation. Take the first step – vote for the Donald!” That’s a great idea.

  39. I am very impressed with Trump. Perhaps it is because I spent time in NY and so I think I have some kind of awareness of his background. It seems he is simply saying we ought to put America first and that makes sense to me. Also he is unlikely to enlarge NATO nor antagonize Russia. That also seems like a good thing because it is certain that the Democrats are very much in favor of NATO expansion and thus likely to start WWIII. So I think that Trump is good for everyone–including Jewish people.

  40. Hepp says:

    Keep pushing that – that’s a sure way to elect Hillary. Take out an ad – “9 out of 10 anti-Semites support Donald Trump – please join us in our quest to reduce Jewish overrepresentation. Take the first step – vote for the Donald!” That’s a great idea.

    Go ahead and lie if you think it’ll elect Trump, I don’t care. He should continue to blame the whole thing on the media. I thought the comments section of a site like this was to have honest conversation, not refine political talking points. It’s just dishonest to say that the person who made the picture didn’t mean to make a statement about Jews, and to pretend that Trump wasn’t engaging in a sort of gross negligence when he tweeted it.

  41. A bunch of obvious Aryans living in a distinctly northern climate?

    No people of color whatsoever?

    Frozen is totally Nazi propaganda.

    Don’t be fooled by the fact the villain is named Hans. Another villain, the Duke of Weselton (Weisel-ton) is straight out of Der Sturmer.

    Hitler would have approved.

  42. Anonymous • Disclaimer says:

    “Frozen” has a cult following (in addition to its non-cult, mass following) on the Alt Right™. Some of the lyrics are in Old Icelandic and it apparently fosters many volkish themes beloved by the Thule Society & Volkswagen drivers. I think the movie espouses too many heresies in regard to GATT and the Conference of Vienna to be suitable as imagery for any true bloodpatriot or on his daughter’s soccer team uniforms

  43. The Ulster Banner.

    The Red Hand of O’Neill “… is inside a six pointed star, representing the six counties that make up Northern Ireland.” A likely story from those … Scots-Irish … hey, wait a second …

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    @Dirk Dagger

    Plzd to read this. Scots Irish, i. e., Ulster Scots , are Calvinists, especially through Presbyterianism. The US owes a great deal to the Ulster Calvinists for fierce and healthy denominational democracy which lapped over into political democracy in the American colonial regions they settled. Their fear of hierarchy and their affirmation of rule from the bottom up in both church and state made its impact in American political history. A contemporary French Huguenot remarked that "Calvinism is Judaism for (Protestant) Christians. " I suspect that da Joooz haters on this site will be irritated by the statement, but there is insight in it.

  44. Anonymous • Disclaimer says:

    The red star is one of those common solidarity totems you see in every election that represents nothing, I dunno what is the precise term for it in political science. Basically, waving your you-know-what at the other side and puffing up the “destiny” of your own, but not swinging over anyone who hasn’t already picked a side. It is hilarious to think anybody on the Trump side after so much shiite would decide this is the last straw. It gives the anti-Trump side something to do, nothing more. To crumble Trump’s base you have to credibly take shots at his commitments w/ guns, immigration, and p.c. Of his motley coalition relatively few are in it out of a belief in the man’s personal saintliness & good example to the chilluns. Hillary’s campaign is more Riefenstahlian by far in that we are asked to support her “to send a message,” i.e. elect for the first time a cis-woman. That’s as fascistic and superstitious as electing a black guy to prove American whites aren’t racist.

    I don’t know why O would continue to campaign w/ Rodham. Aside from that time one or both of them pressed a button on an intercom to tell someone to like, totally kill Bin Laden, what are they going to talk about? Her tenure reminds people of the parts of the Obama agenda that have been least different from W’s admin. It is not a good pairing.

  45. Yeah and they racist too! How many Black characters you see in that movie? None! Like they was no Black vikings right? Why they not make an all Black movie and call it Melted? Now that would show diversity! You don’t get more diverse than all Black! 100% Diverse.

    • Replies: @Grandpa Jack
    @Hannah Katz

    What the hell? No Black vikings? Did you not see Thor? They had Stringer Bell dressed up like Heimdall because he was originally black in the Old Norse Prose Edda. Why do you think they had him standing on the Canadian rainbow bridge? He was part of the Rainbow Coalition, which Jesse Williams stole from the gays. Black gold indeed. More like queer bronze.

  46. Anonymous • Disclaimer says:

    How anti-Semitic is Hillary? She grew up in Chicago, a town awash in anti-Semitic symbols, and not once has she denounced the sea of anti-Semitism that surrounded her for decades! In fact, she is proud of her hateful home town!

    Here is her home town’s flag, which has not one, but four anti-Semitic symbols!

    http://www.usflag.org/chicago.flag.html
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flag_of_Chicago

    This horrible flag is displayed all over Chicago, and not once has Hillary called for the flag to be taken down!

    She roots for a sports team whose fans proudly display this hateful symbol!

    http://www.wrigleyvillesports.com/Chicago-Cubs-Royal-Blue-and-Red-City-Flag-5950-Fitted-Cap

    http://www.politico.com/gallery/2014/04/pols-at-wrigley-field/001776-025231.html

    The mayor of Hillary’s home town proudly displays an anti-Semitic symbol on Hillary’s home town website even today!

    http://www.cityofchicago.org/city/en.html

    At a news conference, the mayor of Hillary’s home town stands proudly before this hideous anti-Semitic symbol!

    https://www.yahoo.com/news/chicago-mayor-community-leaders-discuss-police-shooting-video-202227528.html?ref=gs

  47. This just in! Bill Clinton caught on film laughing behind hideous anti-Semitic symbol!

    http://media.gettyimages.com/photos/former-us-president-bill-clinton-and-rahm-emanuel-former-white-house-picture-id108121041

    Baraka and Michelle Obama both lived in the city with the vile anti-Semitic flag! For years! And neither spoke out against the hate! Ever!

  48. anonymous • Disclaimer says:

    This Jewish paranoia, which makes them see Goebbels’ face in their rice crispies is the opposite side of the coin of their disdain for the outsider.

    One thing Jews have in common with blacks in America is that both groups believe themselves to be unwarranted victims of special persecution. With the Negro, this takes the attitude of “dindu nuffins”, while with the Jew it takes the form of Charlie Brown’s lament in the 1950’s pop song “Why’s everybody always picking on me?”

    To perceive oneself as the blameless victim of endless persecution requires that one suspend their belief in Newton’s Third Law which states that for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction.

    Adults know that human relations are governed by laws of reciprocity–one generally gets what one gives. This fundamental truth lies not just at the root of European Science, but Christianity’s Golden Rule, the notion of Karma in Buddhism and the Yin and Yang of Lao Tzu as well. In short, virtually every spokesman for the great Civilizations believes that actions don’t happen in a vacuum.

    Spokespersons for Jews, such as Elie Wiesel, part ways from this ancient wisdom and insist, against all evidence, that their people, uniquely, are not subject to the laws of the Universe. Alone among humanity, they are punished for that which they were not in any way responsible. And in their minds this blamelessness sets them apart. They must have been singled out by God to have to bear such iniquity at the hands of the hoi polloi. God has a special purpose for them. Acting upon the sanction of this special purpose they administer punishment to the Gentile. So, as Freud observed, masochism and sadism complement one another in the same personality.

    If a group brings this attitude of blamelessness/righteous wrath to the table, then that is their Script in this life. How an individual member of that group deals with this Script is what creates Kharma, one’s personal moral debts and assets. Believing that one is outside the wheel of human causation casts one in a hellish, anxious otherworld. No wonder Jews are paranoid.

  49. Everyone else stopped talking about Hitler stars about three days ago. And it was never really a story with legs. TPTB threw it against the wall and it didn’t stick. Maybe it’s best to let it go.

  50. I have a new theory about Trump’s stalling campaign… the Sampson Effect: somebody convinced him to get a haircut, and he lost his mojo…

    • Replies: @Jack Hanson
    @Chrisnonymous

    - Erases leads in polls
    - Leads in others
    - "Stalling"

    I guess with tiny duck gone we need a new idiot king here.

    Replies: @The Albino Sasquatch, @Chrisnonymous

  51. I don’t know if Frozen is anti-Semitic, but Walt Disney is often portrayed as a raving Jew-hater.

    Family Guy has done this to death:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1EFA5p4WwXQ

    Peter Bart (the longtime Variety editor-in-chief) wrote in one of his books (Boffo!):

    Disney remained something of a hick from the Midwest who thought of Jews as accountants and merchants. I once made the mistake of asking Walt a question that had business implications (we were having lunch at the Disney commissary at the time) and he replied by saying, “Let me check that with my Jew.” He started to summon a financial aide nearby, but I quickly changed the subject.

    http://jimhillmedia.com/editor_in_chief1/b/jim_hill/archive/2006/08/16/5045.aspx

  52. @EriK
    When I see a red star I think of this
    https://www.google.com/search?q=heineken&safe=off&espv=2&biw=1280&bih=683&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjW7Iql3d7NAhXL5YMKHeP1DJoQ_AUIBigB

    Replies: @Brutusale

    Strangely enough, I think of this:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2112_(album)

  53. @Chrisnonymous
    I have a new theory about Trump's stalling campaign... the Sampson Effect: somebody convinced him to get a haircut, and he lost his mojo...

    Replies: @Jack Hanson

    – Erases leads in polls
    – Leads in others
    – “Stalling”

    I guess with tiny duck gone we need a new idiot king here.

    • Replies: @The Albino Sasquatch
    @Jack Hanson

    "I guess with tiny duck gone we need a new idiot king here"
    He' still around - unfortunately - just posting under another name. But, even if it's not him, we've always got Corvinus.

    , @Chrisnonymous
    @Jack Hanson

    I'm not a poll-watcher. My assessment of Trump's campaign is based on following Google News and Twitter. Moreover, whether he simply wins or loses is not the only way to measure a campaign. (Nobody says of Ronald Reagan's 1984 win, "Well, he won. That's all that counts.") There's how he measures against his potential (admittedly subjective), for example.

    Hillary is an extremely weak candidate, and the only reason someone like Trump is running neck and neck with her is that he's made some serious errors due to lack of discipline and poor judgement. Those are errors that someone who is outgunned in money and organization can't really afford to make.

    Whether Trump is up or down a little bit in the polls in July 2016 is pretty irrelevant. The fact that the election appears to be the weaker candidate's election to lose is pretty relevant. So I still think Trump's election is stalling right now. Last November, I thought he would win in a landslide. Now I'm not sure he'll win at all.

    Anyhow, I've been reading iSteve for about 5 years and posting regularly for several of those. If you think I'm anything like Tiny Duck, then the idiot king is you.

  54. For a lover of Occam’s Razor, Steve Sailer is (not) surprisingly, completely unable to apply Occam’s Razor.

  55. @Jack Hanson
    @Chrisnonymous

    - Erases leads in polls
    - Leads in others
    - "Stalling"

    I guess with tiny duck gone we need a new idiot king here.

    Replies: @The Albino Sasquatch, @Chrisnonymous

    “I guess with tiny duck gone we need a new idiot king here”
    He’ still around – unfortunately – just posting under another name. But, even if it’s not him, we’ve always got Corvinus.

  56. @Hannah Katz
    Yeah and they racist too! How many Black characters you see in that movie? None! Like they was no Black vikings right? Why they not make an all Black movie and call it Melted? Now that would show diversity! You don't get more diverse than all Black! 100% Diverse.

    Replies: @Grandpa Jack

    What the hell? No Black vikings? Did you not see Thor? They had Stringer Bell dressed up like Heimdall because he was originally black in the Old Norse Prose Edda. Why do you think they had him standing on the Canadian rainbow bridge? He was part of the Rainbow Coalition, which Jesse Williams stole from the gays. Black gold indeed. More like queer bronze.

  57. The Donald himself just tweeted this picture:

    https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/750865499660091393

    It’s the evening now so he probably did that one himself.

    • Replies: @Chrisnonymous
    @Cagey Beast

    That's pretty awesome! People are noticing iSteve, Steve!

  58. Is Trump reading Steve’s blog? He just tweeted out the image of Frozen at 8:35 pm central time

    • Replies: @Zachary Latif
    @iSteveFan

    Wow!

    https://twitter.com/realdonaldtrump/status/750865499660091393

  59. @Santoculto
    Blonde nordic woman beauty is anti-semitic, a micro-agression...

    Replies: @Ivy

    Blonde nordic woman beauty is anti-semitic, a micro-agression…

    Only until they convert, at which time they devolve into visual micro-aggressions (or attractions, depending on one’s proclivities) in the eyes of their temple pew-mates.

    • Replies: @Santoculto
    @Ivy

    http://www.jewishjournal.com/images/made/bf20ff0b6dded448/Rabbi_Dara_539_332_c1.jpeg

    I don't know what is the proportion of the very ugly jooishche women but seems higher.

    In other hand, the proportion of the very beautiful nordid women seems higher too. And i'm not talking about avrg ones.

  60. • Replies: @Santoculto
    @countenance

    This star is just a common star... yes i know the jooishche domination of Disney studios but...

  61. @iSteveFan
    Is Trump reading Steve's blog? He just tweeted out the image of Frozen at 8:35 pm central time

    Replies: @Zachary Latif

  62. Anonymous • Disclaimer says: • Website
    @Dirk Dagger
    The Ulster Banner.

    The Red Hand of O'Neill "... is inside a six pointed star, representing the six counties that make up Northern Ireland." A likely story from those ... Scots-Irish ... hey, wait a second ...

    Replies: @Anonymous

    Plzd to read this. Scots Irish, i. e., Ulster Scots , are Calvinists, especially through Presbyterianism. The US owes a great deal to the Ulster Calvinists for fierce and healthy denominational democracy which lapped over into political democracy in the American colonial regions they settled. Their fear of hierarchy and their affirmation of rule from the bottom up in both church and state made its impact in American political history. A contemporary French Huguenot remarked that “Calvinism is Judaism for (Protestant) Christians. ” I suspect that da Joooz haters on this site will be irritated by the statement, but there is insight in it.

  63. Jeet Heer is pointing the finger in your direction:

  64. Abuse of anti-Semitism charges by Jewish groups against their enemies ends up the same place as overusing antibiotics against disease does, with the target population building up a resistance to anti-Semitism claims, so that even stronger and more hysterical anti-Semitic claims must be found to move the needle at all.

    On the other hand, those of us who used to listen to Public Enemy know the word “Frozen” can be stretched and twisted into an anti-Semitic complot. Below are Public Enemy’s lyrics from their song “Welcome to the Terrordome” This song was in response to their “Minister of Information” Professor Griff, being forced to resign from the group for “anti-Semitic” comments back in the late 80’s:

    Crucifixion ain’t no fiction
    So-called chosen frozen
    Apology made to whoever pleases
    Still they got me like Jesus

    • Replies: @U. Ranus
    @Shine a Light

    On the other hand, their ability to wring this level of outrage out of basically nothing is a demonstration of raw power that doesn't fail to impress. The fact that nobody actually takes the underlying matter seriously makes the point more forcefully than exposing an actually anti-semitic incident ever could.

    , @Moses
    @Shine a Light

    It's far clearer to use the phrase "Anti-Jew."

  65. By the way, the Parker Brothers board game Sorry! also used totally anti-Semitic hexagrams to oppress the Chosen:

    @TeaPainUSA No, but I will denounce the Parker Brothers board game called Sorry! for blatant anti-Semitism… pic.twitter.com/9a8gt7HBxN— Haven Monahan (@HavenMonahan) July 3, 2016

  66. @Jack Hanson
    @Chrisnonymous

    - Erases leads in polls
    - Leads in others
    - "Stalling"

    I guess with tiny duck gone we need a new idiot king here.

    Replies: @The Albino Sasquatch, @Chrisnonymous

    I’m not a poll-watcher. My assessment of Trump’s campaign is based on following Google News and Twitter. Moreover, whether he simply wins or loses is not the only way to measure a campaign. (Nobody says of Ronald Reagan’s 1984 win, “Well, he won. That’s all that counts.”) There’s how he measures against his potential (admittedly subjective), for example.

    Hillary is an extremely weak candidate, and the only reason someone like Trump is running neck and neck with her is that he’s made some serious errors due to lack of discipline and poor judgement. Those are errors that someone who is outgunned in money and organization can’t really afford to make.

    Whether Trump is up or down a little bit in the polls in July 2016 is pretty irrelevant. The fact that the election appears to be the weaker candidate’s election to lose is pretty relevant. So I still think Trump’s election is stalling right now. Last November, I thought he would win in a landslide. Now I’m not sure he’ll win at all.

    Anyhow, I’ve been reading iSteve for about 5 years and posting regularly for several of those. If you think I’m anything like Tiny Duck, then the idiot king is you.

  67. @Cagey Beast
    The Donald himself just tweeted this picture:

    https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/750865499660091393

    It's the evening now so he probably did that one himself.

    Replies: @Chrisnonymous

    That’s pretty awesome! People are noticing iSteve, Steve!

  68. @Shine a Light
    Abuse of anti-Semitism charges by Jewish groups against their enemies ends up the same place as overusing antibiotics against disease does, with the target population building up a resistance to anti-Semitism claims, so that even stronger and more hysterical anti-Semitic claims must be found to move the needle at all.

    On the other hand, those of us who used to listen to Public Enemy know the word "Frozen" can be stretched and twisted into an anti-Semitic complot. Below are Public Enemy's lyrics from their song "Welcome to the Terrordome" This song was in response to their "Minister of Information'' Professor Griff, being forced to resign from the group for "anti-Semitic" comments back in the late 80's:

    Crucifixion ain't no fiction
    So-called chosen frozen
    Apology made to whoever pleases
    Still they got me like Jesus

    Replies: @U. Ranus, @Moses

    On the other hand, their ability to wring this level of outrage out of basically nothing is a demonstration of raw power that doesn’t fail to impress. The fact that nobody actually takes the underlying matter seriously makes the point more forcefully than exposing an actually anti-semitic incident ever could.

  69. @OilcanFloyd
    Who cares? Frozen is one of the few movies for children that isn't complete PC garbage or inappropriate.

    Jews don't sit around worrying if they are anti-white, anti-black, anti-Muslim or anything else. So what if some people don't like Jews or Jewish culture, or oppose Jewish interests?

    As far as I know, Frozen is a Disney movie, and Disney is very friendly to Jews. What's next? Will we start calling food producers anti-semitic for plastering kosher symbols all over everything we eat?

    Replies: @anti frozen, @Anonymous

    Frozen IS PC garbage, stupid feminist agitprop.

    • Replies: @OilcanFloyd
    @anti frozen

    It's not PC when compared to most programming aimed at children. Have you seen Sesame Street? The Paddington movie even managed to slip in the wise Jewish elder who made obvious holocaust references. How about Boxtrolls? The bad guys were closet cross-dressers who were obviously patterned after the worst Nazi caricatures. At least Frozen is suitable for the audience, and I can put up with a little girl power silliness for the sake of my daughters.

    Replies: @anti frozen

  70. @Ivy
    @Santoculto


    Blonde nordic woman beauty is anti-semitic, a micro-agression…
     
    Only until they convert, at which time they devolve into visual micro-aggressions (or attractions, depending on one's proclivities) in the eyes of their temple pew-mates.

    Replies: @Santoculto

    I don’t know what is the proportion of the very ugly jooishche women but seems higher.

    In other hand, the proportion of the very beautiful nordid women seems higher too. And i’m not talking about avrg ones.

  71. @countenance
    Trump notices:

    https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/750865499660091393

    Replies: @Santoculto

    This star is just a common star… yes i know the jooishche domination of Disney studios but…

  72. Walt Disney famously tricked two Jewish songwriters into writing the hate-ditty Zip-a-Dee-Doo-Dah, which proves Disney was a racist and an anti-Semite.

  73. How about the Lucky Charms gold stars? Gold six-pointed stars with magical powers.

  74. Trump Uses Disney Coloring Book to Defend Star Use

    This is the NBC News headline.

    presumptive GOP nominee posted a photo Wednesday of a ‘Frozen’ sticker book with a similar symbol. “Where is the outrage?” he asked, calling out the “dishonest media”

    This was in the body of the story.

    This is one of those clear examples where the headline is contradicted by the body of the story.

    Evidently someone, perhaps an editor, saw the contradiction because the article ends with an attempt at exiting :

    Many on social media suggested Trump “let it go!” – echoing the well-sang advice of Elsa

    Does this mean that NBC can afford only b-grade propagandists, or does it mean (dream of dreams) that this is truly an all hands on deck situation and they have been forced to impress the 2nd and 3rd strings?

  75. @OilcanFloyd
    Who cares? Frozen is one of the few movies for children that isn't complete PC garbage or inappropriate.

    Jews don't sit around worrying if they are anti-white, anti-black, anti-Muslim or anything else. So what if some people don't like Jews or Jewish culture, or oppose Jewish interests?

    As far as I know, Frozen is a Disney movie, and Disney is very friendly to Jews. What's next? Will we start calling food producers anti-semitic for plastering kosher symbols all over everything we eat?

    Replies: @anti frozen, @Anonymous

    Frozen is PC, and is garbage.

  76. @anti frozen
    @OilcanFloyd

    Frozen IS PC garbage, stupid feminist agitprop.

    Replies: @OilcanFloyd

    It’s not PC when compared to most programming aimed at children. Have you seen Sesame Street? The Paddington movie even managed to slip in the wise Jewish elder who made obvious holocaust references. How about Boxtrolls? The bad guys were closet cross-dressers who were obviously patterned after the worst Nazi caricatures. At least Frozen is suitable for the audience, and I can put up with a little girl power silliness for the sake of my daughters.

    • Replies: @anti frozen
    @OilcanFloyd

    give to your daughters Mulan or Brave, for real Girl power. Anna andElsa are just stupids.

    Replies: @OilcanFloyd

  77. @OilcanFloyd
    @anti frozen

    It's not PC when compared to most programming aimed at children. Have you seen Sesame Street? The Paddington movie even managed to slip in the wise Jewish elder who made obvious holocaust references. How about Boxtrolls? The bad guys were closet cross-dressers who were obviously patterned after the worst Nazi caricatures. At least Frozen is suitable for the audience, and I can put up with a little girl power silliness for the sake of my daughters.

    Replies: @anti frozen

    give to your daughters Mulan or Brave, for real Girl power. Anna andElsa are just stupids.

    • Replies: @OilcanFloyd
    @anti frozen

    Mulan is fine, but we haven't watched Brave. If Frozen is harmful on some level, I missed it, so my kids probably also missed it. They get a lot of mileage out of the songs, and I don't mind listening to them sing together. My oldest daughter resembles Elsa and her sister resembles Anna, so the characters appeal to them. It could be worse.

    Replies: @anti frozen

  78. @Johan Schmidt
    At least it doesn't include 88 stickers.

    Replies: @anon

    To my shame, I chuckled. Kudos.

  79. @anti frozen
    @OilcanFloyd

    give to your daughters Mulan or Brave, for real Girl power. Anna andElsa are just stupids.

    Replies: @OilcanFloyd

    Mulan is fine, but we haven’t watched Brave. If Frozen is harmful on some level, I missed it, so my kids probably also missed it. They get a lot of mileage out of the songs, and I don’t mind listening to them sing together. My oldest daughter resembles Elsa and her sister resembles Anna, so the characters appeal to them. It could be worse.

    • Replies: @anti frozen
    @OilcanFloyd

    Basically, Frozen tells girls if you had a problem then you should runaway and hide, no matter the consequences to others. And tells only true love is what requires sacrifice of life itself. Elsa didn't understand that his sister loved her? It took Anna died for this? Elsa is even dumber than Anna, whose character was created to be the dumbness in person.
    And that "Love" part at the end. Elsa just figured out love will make everything warm again. But how did this happen? She wasn't a poor miserable child, with no love. Her parents loved her, her sister loved her. She used to be a happy girl. How did she figure out her powers can work the other way around? It really came out of nowhere, just so they can end the film.

    Watch Lilo and Stitch, for a better movie about sisters. Or even Home On Range, for best female characters. Or Quest For Camelot.

    Replies: @anti frozen

  80. @OilcanFloyd
    @anti frozen

    Mulan is fine, but we haven't watched Brave. If Frozen is harmful on some level, I missed it, so my kids probably also missed it. They get a lot of mileage out of the songs, and I don't mind listening to them sing together. My oldest daughter resembles Elsa and her sister resembles Anna, so the characters appeal to them. It could be worse.

    Replies: @anti frozen

    Basically, Frozen tells girls if you had a problem then you should runaway and hide, no matter the consequences to others. And tells only true love is what requires sacrifice of life itself. Elsa didn’t understand that his sister loved her? It took Anna died for this? Elsa is even dumber than Anna, whose character was created to be the dumbness in person.
    And that “Love” part at the end. Elsa just figured out love will make everything warm again. But how did this happen? She wasn’t a poor miserable child, with no love. Her parents loved her, her sister loved her. She used to be a happy girl. How did she figure out her powers can work the other way around? It really came out of nowhere, just so they can end the film.

    Watch Lilo and Stitch, for a better movie about sisters. Or even Home On Range, for best female characters. Or Quest For Camelot.

    • Replies: @anti frozen
    @anti frozen

    Just to complement, meant that Frozen is a vehicle for victimization speeches, as well as Paranorman, Boxtrolls, How to Train Your Dragon, and Zootopia. In all these films the central idea is that those who are seen as monsters by society are misunderstood victims, and those who are accepted as normal are the real monsters.

  81. @Thea
    I won't ever understand why we use the imprecise word "anti-Semitic" to mean anti-Jewish.

    Most people don't even know what Semite means. Most Jews don't speak a Semitoc language even.

    Replies: @Moses

    Yes. Far better to use “Anti-Jew” rather than the Jewish-preferred made-up word “Anti-Semitic.”

    But somehow, “Anti-Jew” doesn’t have the same holier-than-thou ring that “Anti-Semitic” does. It also puts attention squarely on “Jew” (and baggage contained therein) which Jews don’t want.

    “Didja hear? That guy is Anti-Semitic” sounds a whole lot better (or worse) than “Didja hear? That guy sounds Anti-Jew!”

    The former sounds like a horrible affliction. The latter would be received with knowing shrugs. That’s why Jews prefer the former.

  82. @Shine a Light
    Abuse of anti-Semitism charges by Jewish groups against their enemies ends up the same place as overusing antibiotics against disease does, with the target population building up a resistance to anti-Semitism claims, so that even stronger and more hysterical anti-Semitic claims must be found to move the needle at all.

    On the other hand, those of us who used to listen to Public Enemy know the word "Frozen" can be stretched and twisted into an anti-Semitic complot. Below are Public Enemy's lyrics from their song "Welcome to the Terrordome" This song was in response to their "Minister of Information'' Professor Griff, being forced to resign from the group for "anti-Semitic" comments back in the late 80's:

    Crucifixion ain't no fiction
    So-called chosen frozen
    Apology made to whoever pleases
    Still they got me like Jesus

    Replies: @U. Ranus, @Moses

    It’s far clearer to use the phrase “Anti-Jew.”

  83. @anti frozen
    @OilcanFloyd

    Basically, Frozen tells girls if you had a problem then you should runaway and hide, no matter the consequences to others. And tells only true love is what requires sacrifice of life itself. Elsa didn't understand that his sister loved her? It took Anna died for this? Elsa is even dumber than Anna, whose character was created to be the dumbness in person.
    And that "Love" part at the end. Elsa just figured out love will make everything warm again. But how did this happen? She wasn't a poor miserable child, with no love. Her parents loved her, her sister loved her. She used to be a happy girl. How did she figure out her powers can work the other way around? It really came out of nowhere, just so they can end the film.

    Watch Lilo and Stitch, for a better movie about sisters. Or even Home On Range, for best female characters. Or Quest For Camelot.

    Replies: @anti frozen

    Just to complement, meant that Frozen is a vehicle for victimization speeches, as well as Paranorman, Boxtrolls, How to Train Your Dragon, and Zootopia. In all these films the central idea is that those who are seen as monsters by society are misunderstood victims, and those who are accepted as normal are the real monsters.

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