He says he is sneaky because he is a jew! - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Jew Cop
    • 07.12.07 | 17:12 (IST)

    He says "my own ethos, influenced by my Jewish background." This is why people think jews conspire, because they do! He didn't want "Jewish" money to be seen as influencing Labor, well it was, and this IS a conspiracy. He wanted people to look as if their opinion was their own and had nothing to do with Jewish influence, but he got caught. This happens in the US all the time, most people sympathize with the Pals but you would never know this from our elected officials that have been bought by the Jewish lobby. It is weird that today in the US is like it was in Germany pre-ww2, but as we all know, the Germans are a mighty people, and they would have none of that, lets see how things transpire in the next century, history repeats itself and jews have to take SOME responsibility for the anti-semitism that afflicts them constantly.

    from the article: Magnate in U.K. scandal: I feared charges of a 'Jewish conspiracy'
    First published 00:00 07.12.07 | Last updated 00:00 07.12.07
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