Wednesday, October 03, 2007

The Left Seethes As Jew Hater Tutu Is Barred From Minnesota Campus



It's the Jooos, always the Jooos...

Like something unpleasant stuck to your shoe, Bishop Desmond Tutu has surfaced in the news again.

Apparently, some of the faculty of the misnamed `Peace And Justice'department at Minnesota's St. Thomas University had booked Tutu to speak on campus. But the University administrators canceled the appearance, citing `concerns by the Jewish Community.'

And the angry Left is absolutely livid, with self hating Jews from groups like A Jewish Voice For Peace falling all over themselves to prove to their ideological soulmates that they're the Good Jews..not like those murdering Israelis.

I've been on to Tutu for quite some time,and it's no secret that he hates Jews and the West.

The good Bishop was long noted for his friendliness with Palestinians and Yasir Arafat (the Palestinians supplied the ANC boys with weaponry and terrorist training) and his frequent comparison of Israel with apartheid South Africa. During the last UN Human Rights Commisiion meeting in Durban a couple of years back, the blatant racism and Jew hatred inside and outside were so bad that the envoys of the US and the EU actually left in the middle.

Believe me, when it stinks bad enough for a diplomat to leave, it's pretty bad.

Some of those demonstrations were led by none other than Desmond Tutu.

Here's a few choice Tutuisms uttered at a conference in Boston back in 2002:

"Israel is like Hitler and apartheid."

"The Jewish lobby is very powerful..People are scared in this country [the U.S.], to say wrong is wrong because the Jewish lobby is powerful—very powerful."

There's lots more ,if anyone's interested.

Tutu also served time as the head of the Investigative Commission for the notorious UN Human Rights Commission, noted for its obsession with Israel ( they never found time to investigate a single other state for `human rights violations', even with the Sudan, Syria and China sitting on the committee.)

Among Tutu's other excursions while he was there was a trip to the northern Gaza Strip town of Beit Hanoun to investigate `human rights violations' by those wicked Israelis in trying to stop the peaceful Palestinians from shooting Qassam rockets at Israeli civilians.

Tutu, of course, had already told the media what he thought of the Israelis defending themselves before he even got there..."It is an outrage that cries out to heaven and we must condemn it unequivocally..."

I mean, why leave anything to chance or confuse yourself with facts?

The final report, of course, didn't mention a single word about missiles being fired into Israel.

I'm glad to see that St. Thomas had more sense than Columbia and refused to legitimize someone of this ilk by having him on campus.

Hopefully they won't cave to the pressure.

10 comments:

louielouie said...

my apologies ff......
i know that your essay was written in all seriousness.
however, once i read the line:

I've been on to Tutu for quite some time

to tutu?????

i had a smile on my face for the rest of the read and have shared this little tidbit with numerous associates.
my apology is for the levity on what is such a serious subject.

Freedom Fighter said...

LOL!

louielouie said...

what the he-l just happened???????????

louielouie said...

did you do something to your website format????

Freedom Fighter said...

The Mystery will be explained shortly....


ff

louielouie said...

it's not that d--n monkey.
please no.

Clovis Sangrail said...

FF,
Tutu does indeed seem to be a first class hater of Jews. In the UK, of course, he's regarded as a saint and a man able to do no wrong.

I note with joy that , along with such other models of balance and love for Jews as Jimmy Carter and Kofi Annan, he is one of The Elders.

Hurrah!

Clovis Sangrail said...

FF,
On re-reading my previous comment I thought that maybe the sarcasm was overdone.
My excuse is that, back in the golden days, when I was young and the world was a kinder place, Tutu used to be one of my minor heroes. To discover his extreme anti-semitism in later life was a horrible shock.

Freedom Fighter said...

Hi Clovis,
I hope you and yours are well.

It does seem odd how many of these people seem to be able to maintain the pretense of love of humanity..while excluding the Jews from that pantheon!

It's also odd to me that Tutu, Arafat and Carter were all winers of the Nobel Peace Prize as well.

All Best,
FF

Clovis Sangrail said...

FF,
I'm fine and all good wishes to you and yours.

I am beginning to wonder whether the Nobel Peace Prize is a surefire indicator of antisemitism-it's certainly highly correlated.

There are rumours here that Al Gore may be in line for the next one. I wonder what his record on antisemitism is like.