Thursday, 20 October 2011

Jews Have Been Run Out Of 109 Countries ... And We Need To Run Them Out Of This One



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Apparently Patricia McAllister didn't learn her lesson after being fired from her teaching job. Here she again reiterates she wants Jews run out of this country. She exclaims that Jews have been run out of 109 countries and they need to be run out of this one, too. And, she says the word Jew is same as communist.


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Books Patricia Likes

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopaedia
The Secret Relationship Between Blacks and Jews is a book published in 1991 by theNation of Islam. The book alleges that Jews dominated the Atlantic slave trade.
The book has been labeled an Antisemitic canard by historians including Saul S. Friedman, who contends that Jews had a minimal role in New World slave trade. Henry Louis Gates Jr, head of the department of Afro-American studies at Harvard University, called the book "the Bible of new anti-Semitism" and added that "the book massively misinterprets the historical record, largely through a process of cunningly selective quotations of often reputable sources".
The Nation of Islam published Volume Two of The Secret Relationship in 2010, with the subtitle "How Jews Gained Control of the Black American Economy". The ADL states that Volume Two blames Jews for "promoting a myth of black racial inferiority and makes a range of conspiratorial accusations about Jewish involvement in the slave trade and in the cotton, textiles, and banking industries".

Critical reception

The book was heavily criticized for being antisemitic, and for failing to provide an objective analysis of the role of Jews in the slave trade. Common criticisms were that the book used selective quotes, made "crude use of statistics", and was purposefully trying to exaggerate the role of Jews.
The Anti-Defamation League criticized the Nation of Islam and the book. Henry Louis Gates Jr criticized the book's intention and scholarship.
Historian Ralph A. Austen criticized the book, saying that the "distortions are produced almost entirely by selective citation rather than explicit falsehood.... more frequently there are innuendos imbedded in the accounts of Jewish involvement in the slave trade", and "hile we should not ignore the anti-Semitism of The Secret Relationship..., we must recognize the legitimacy of the stated aim of examining fully and directly even the most uncomfortable elements in our common past". Austen acknowledges that the book was the first book on the subject aimed a non-scholarly audience.

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