[Watch Video] Yesterday I “learned” from a popular Islamic preacher who tours campuses across the States, that I was responsible for the cartoon riots across the world. I, being the Zionist Jew that I am, was responsible for the publication of the offending Danish cartoons, and therefore had to deal with the consequences.
Abdel Malik Ali pointed to me and two brave Jewish students in the room at Long Beach State (as he does at every campus and venue where Jews are present) and declared we were responsible. We are in cahoots with the Zionist Jews, Flemming Rose and Daniel Pipes. Flemming Rose, was short for “Rosenfeld or Rosenberg,” said Ali. And he is “tight” with the “Islamophobe” Zionist Jew Pipes, and had plotted this whole thing out as a provocation back in 2004.
Now that I was to blame, I had to seek answers. Was Rose Jewish? Was he in cahoots with Pipes? Was this part of a vast anti-Islamic conspiracy that is part of the war on Islam, headed by Zionist Jews, as Malik Ali declared? Or, perhaps, as with other Ali assertions, his opinions hovered beyond reality.
I contacted my friend, Professor Z., who is on sabbatical in Denmark, to see if Rose was a Yid. Professor Z. writes: âNo one that I have talked to considers Rose of Jylland’s Posten a Jew. I don’t think he is. Rose is not a typical Danish name, but my colleagues don’t think he’s Jewish.â? Rose himself delares he is not Jewish in this email exchange with Christopher Bollyn, “dear chris, for the record, no i am not jewish and my ancestors are not jewish.”
An exhaustive web search found some others unconvinced. David duke.com carried a piece by Duke alleging Rose was a Jew on Feb 11, 2006. An article by Bollyn reprinted in San Franciscoâs Indymedia claims that Roseâs physical appearance is Jewish enough to declare him a Jew.
The vast Zionist Jewish conspiracy is clearly at work according to the twisted thinking of paranoid anti-Semites like Ali and Madman Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. Just for good measure, Malik Ali assured me that âIsraelâs days are numbered.â? He praised Iranian President for pointing out the obvious Zionist link to the Danish cartoon provocation, with his Holocaust Cartoon Contest. Brilliant!
Of course Abdel Malikâs story is completely false. The violent backlash is not in response to colonialism, a War on Islam, or angry youth. It has to do with power, control, and fuelling hatred of the West. Professor Z. writes:
The bottom line is that these cartoons came out in DK in Sept. No riots. Then they were reprinted in a popular paper in Arabic in Cairo (!) in Oct. No riots. And then, many months later, a fascist imam living in Copenhagen took the cartoons — along with some others that weren’t even in the paper — and went on a tour of the Middle East and begged the governments there to do something — and that’s when the rioting began. It was largely orchestrated. At least that is what many people are saying.
Rose, for his part, told the world in several publications that he had commissioned the cartoons as part of a campaign to end encroachments of freedom of the press in Europe. And not because he is a Zionist or a Jew, which he is not. Rose writes that he commissioned the cartoons to express his belief that journalistâs across Europe were bowing to self-censorship:
I commissioned the cartoons in response to several incidents of self-censorship in Europe caused by widening fears and feelings of intimidation in dealing with issues related to Islam. And I still believe that this is a topic that we Europeans must confront, challenging moderate Muslims to speak out. The idea wasn’t to provoke gratuitously — and we certainly didn’t intend to trigger violent demonstrations throughout the Muslim world. Our goal was simply to push back self-imposed limits on expression that seemed to be closing in tighter.
Nationwide, student groups like the Long Beach branch of the MSA have access to student funding and use it to bring Islamic Brotherhood-esque anti-Semitic speakers to our college campuses to poison the minds of impressionable youth. It would be funny were it not so scary to watch a room full of students nod in agreement with the most outlandish and paranoid plots hatched in the mind of Ali and others.
But he is not totally wrong, he did say it was a bad idea to go hunting with Cheney.