The 14 Words

Saturday, 18 January 2014

Thanks, But No Thanks

Andrew Hamilton

Ann Landers
Jews exhibit a weird psychology. No matter how “Aryan” some of them may look, their minds are foreign. It is deeply disturbing that so many people are blind to this or, if aware, indifferent. Even ignoring their many appalling lies and grotesque crimes, the alien mindset is apparent in common statements. An atrocious example is the Zionist chestnut “A land without a people for a people without a land.”

I swallowed that one. I was college educated and well-read. More importantly, unlike most people I’m independent-minded and ordinarily think critically, rationally, and empirically, no matter how “sacred” or taboo the subject. I don’t blindly swallow everything I’m told just because it’s rammed down society’s throat by authority. Far from it. And yet, I sinned, for many innocent lives were at stake. But nothing clicked in my head to stop me. I swallowed the stupid lie without thinking. And in such a case, ignorance was no excuse.

Jewish formulations have a peculiar way of doing that, of suspending our critical (not to mention moral) faculties in a way no other people can accomplish. It’s an astonishing symbiosis.

Another memorable example was a 1991 column I read by Ann Landers, America’s newspaper advice columnist. She’d previously published it in 1981 at the request of the president of Notre Dame University, the brown-nosing Father Theodore Hesburgh.

The piece, supposedly penned by 1950s TV yakker Sam Levenson, was called “Answer to an Anti-Semite.” Perhaps Levenson wrote it, perhaps he didn’t. His name is invariably misspelled “Levinson” in the columns. Who the alleged “anti-Semite” being “answered” was never clarified, no doubt because he’s entirely fictitious. The piece is simply a familiar spit-in-your-face act, a generic assault upon white people.

The article also ran in the “Dear Abby” column under the headline, “Genuine anti-Semites should accept illness.” A longer, more boastful version was published in 2004 to malign Mel Gibson’s elderly Catholic father, Hutton Gibson. (Jeanne Phillips, Pauline Phillips’ [see below] daughter, has been “Dear Abby” since 2002.)

The column starts out with a dual lie: “It’s a free world. You don’t have to like Jews if you don`t want to,” then continues, “but if you are going to be an anti-Semite you should be consistent and turn your back on the medical advances that Jews made possible.”

White Americans are lectured that they’ve been showered with gifts from the likes of Baruch Blumberg (vaccine for hepatitis), August Von [sic] Wasserman (the Wasserman test for syphilis), Paul Ehrlich (first effective drug to fight syphilis), Bela Schick (diagnostic skin test for diphtheria), Oskar Minkowski (insulin for diabetes), Burill Crohn (identified Crohn’s Disease), Alfred Hess (demonstrated that vitamin C cured scurvy), Casimir Funk (used vitamin B to treat beriberi), and, of course, Jonas Salk (first polio vaccine) and Albert Sabin (oral polio vaccine).

The statement concludes, 
“Humanitarianism requires that we [Jews as “humanitarians,” wow] offer these gifts to all people of the world, regardless of race, color or creed. So the anti-Semites who don’t want to accept these gifts can go ahead and turn them down, but I’m warning you, you aren’t going to feel so good.”
What struck me most was the completely alien thought process behind the column, never mind the noble, humanitarian, colorblind pose, as divorced from reality as you can get, or its overweening arrogance and deeply insulting tone, lashing out hatefully and without provocation as it does at the very people who handed Jews the entire world on a platter, forfeiting their own birthright and future existence in the process.

Notice how every Jew—in this case Ann Landers/Dear Abby/Sam Levenson—shares the same mindset and lectures us condemningly from the plural first person “we” point of view, as if each and every one of them were the personal spokesman for all Jews, not only living, but extending forever into the past.

There is also the weird, implicit notion that “We could have withheld medical discoveries from white people. It would have been the natural thing for us to do.” What other race would even think such a thing? None! Not a single one.

If it’s an itemized reckoning of humanitarian benefits they want—in the realm of medicine or any other field—there is no comparison. It is not even close. Jews have benefited far more from our achievements and largesse than we have from theirs. They owe us much, much more than they have ever dreamed of repaying before the accounts would come close to balancing.

Where do these conceited people get off? Does the scam never end?

What a blessing it would have been to have foregone the tens of millions of lives lost to Communism in the Eastern European concentration camps, possibly the mass slaughters of World Wars I and II, the never-ending bloodletting in the Middle East, the lawless tidal wave of Third World immigration, endless moral hectoring, racial oppression, and socially and racially dissolvent mass prostitution and white slavery euphemistically called “adult entertainment.”

To have our own countries back, and live among our own people again.

To be free—to think, speak, act, and govern ourselves as we choose!

An end to ubiquitous political police, jailers, spies, assassins, thugs, torturers, antifas, and a hateful mass media!

We abandoned routine torture and assassination centuries ago—we sloughed them off—but now they’re back with a vengeance, along with universal surveillance, heavy-handed censorship, and totalitarianism.

Thanks, but no thanks. Take your “blessings” and go.

The Sister Act Behind the WASP Mask

Behind the mask, Ann Landers (real name Esther Pauline “Eppie” Lederer, née Friedman) was a typical Jew. Born in Sioux City, Iowa to Ashkenazi immigrants from Russia (as early as 1920 her father owned a chain of movie theaters), she favored the legalization of prostitution, was pro-abortion and pro-homosexual, accused Joseph Kennedy of anti-Semitism, and insulted Pope John Paul II as “a Polack,” adding that Polacks are “very anti-women.”

She married Julius Lederer, a wealthy business executive who later co-founded Budget Rent-a-Car. From 1945 to 1949 (before she was a columnist), Landers was chairwoman of the Minnesota-Wisconsin region of the Jewish Anti-Defamation League, a powerful spy organization opposed to free speech. During her newspaper years she lived on Chicago’s posh Lake Shore Drive in an opulent, 14-room high-rise apartment (link is to a sample condo in the building) with unsurpassed views of the city and Lake Michigan.

Landers’ identical twin sister was the equally famous syndicated advice columnist Pauline Esther (Friedman) Phillips, known to the world as “Abigail Van Buren” (“Dear Abby”) (1,400 newspapers, 110 million readers, and host of the daily “Dear Abby” CBS radio show). Note the oh-so-WASP-sounding cover names. One girl was christened Esther Pauline, the other Pauline Esther. “Abby” married Jewish liquor heir Morton B. Phillips of Minneapolis (Phillips Vodka).

What a coincidence. Two sisters who simultaneously started late in life at the very pinnacle of their chosen professions, with no previous newspaper or writing experience whatsoever, and for nearly half a century jointly instructed hundreds of thousands of Americans who spilled their most intimate secrets to them what to think and how to behave. It’s as if the fictional George Costanza had actually been granted his wish to become a TV color announcer without any background in either pro sports or broadcasting.

Strange stuff.

Let’s hope the women didn’t share any of the painfully intimate, deeply revealing confessions they received from hundreds of thousands of Americans in all walks of life with social science researchers or spies employed by some of their favorite organizations.


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