Peter Schaenk, 5/22/2008 Jewish Lightning Strikes Twice

May 23, 2008

Jewish Lightning Strikes Twice

  • “Is that an Ir-Gun in your pocket, or are you just happy to see me?”
  • Peter discusses the King David Hotel bombing and the terrorist group known as the Irgun.
  • The big lies told by oil execs and the latest news, plus “This Day In History”


13 Responses to “Peter Schaenk, 5/22/2008 Jewish Lightning Strikes Twice”

  1. Maurice on May 23rd, 2008 8:53 am

    Compliments for sense of humor.
    On 21:20 is too funny:
    (sucking oil with bamboos sound) uno mas! uno mas!
    uno mas por favor!


  2. LipSync on May 23rd, 2008 1:52 pm

    “Quote Unquote” I’m using that for impact… Hahahahahaha! I love it!

  3. LipSync on May 23rd, 2008 1:57 pm

    Oh man. You’re not wrong about the oil sucking Maurice. What a bloody laugh. I think humor is needed in all this. If we can’t at least partly laugh at it, it’s all a waste of time.

    I believe in “See good in bad”. It helps raise the morale of any trooper.

  4. whodareswings on May 23rd, 2008 7:19 pm

    Attention Jewish Harvard Law School grads (that would be about 1/3 of last year’s class). Say, were getting together over at Boston U. this week to see what kind of loop holes in American Constitutional law we find to plug up with Talmudic corkscrew logic. Since Talmudic law is the law of choice for the Jew World Order you might want to attend these briefings. Be sure to wear your Crimson blazer and a Brooks Bros. yarmulke. See ya there! Aaron Steinsteen – Robbe, Steet and Cheal Attnys. at Law.

    “Free Will, Responsibility and Coercion in the Talmud”

    Boston University School of Law
    Professor Neil Hecht to moderate and present at “Free Will, Responsibility and Coercion in the Talmud” conference

    Boston University School of Law’s Institute of Jewish Law and Harvard Law School’s Gruss Program in Talmudic Civil Law will jointly sponsor their fifth international conference on Jewish law. This year’s conference, entitled “Free Will, Responsibility and Coercion in the Talmud,” will be held at Harvard Law School’s Pound Hall. It will begin Monday afternoon, May 19, 2008, and continue through Wednesday afternoon, May 21, 2008. BU Law Professor Neil Hecht, the founding director of Boston University’s Institute of Jewish Law will participate as a moderator and presenter at the conference on Monday, May 19th.

    For the last several years, a diverse group of law professors and specialists in Jewish law from North America and Israel has gathered for a late spring conference on various aspects of Jewish law (Equity in Jewish Law, 2002; Genesis in Jewish Law, 2003; Legal Heritage of Maimonides, 2004, Jewish Law and Narrative, 2005). The aim of these conferences is learning and discussion. The main sessions are organized around study of texts (translated into English) in small groups, after which the group meets to discuss the texts more broadly with a leader. This format permits participation by both novices and specialists.

    Legal discourse is framed in terms of the distinction between freely willed acts and coerced acts. The conference is devoted to exploring–from the Talmudic perspective–the question of when it is correct to say of an act that it is coerced, and what this understanding of coercion implies. The issues under discussion will include: sale under duress; divorce under duress; precept-observance and transgression under duress.

    Wednesday, May 21st 2008
    Harvard Law School’s Pound Hall,m,t&swe=1&cf=cal&set=1&m=05&d=9&a
    Faculty/Staff, BU Law Home, J.D. Central

  5. Obadiah 1:18 on May 24th, 2008 1:33 am

    Thanks very much, Dietrich, for the show summary. That’s a big help.

  6. America First on May 24th, 2008 2:08 am

    whodareswings on May 23rd, 2008 7:19 pm

    Thanks for that post.

    Jooos and their holding the high ground for now, because they bought it, bribed it, murdered for it, or what they had to do for it they would, but they have shit in their own nest and slit the golden goose’s neck, but when when your insane with paranoia, never happy, but seething in hate and you name it, what can you expect ?

    whodareswings on May 23rd, 2008 7:19 pm

  7. Sinterklaas on May 24th, 2008 8:54 am

    We live in a time when telling the truth can become a leathal act.

  8. LipSync on May 24th, 2008 10:01 am

    I don’t think it matters Sinterklaas. I see it as, “we’re screwed if we do, we’re screwed if we don’t.”

  9. roscoe on May 25th, 2008 9:07 pm

    The Indians did not teach us how to plant corn as they are not agricultural people. It was Queen Isabella’s idea to bring corn and other products to the new world as part of the attempt to christianise the natives.

    The potato is the exception as it is an original American food that was imported into Ireland and other parts of Europe.

  10. LipSync on May 26th, 2008 8:13 am

    Ummm, I have read that corn was Indian originated (plant wise) as well Roscoe. Have you got a link that proves otherwise please?

    And please, don’t use wiki, I don’t trust that biased group as far as I can throw it.


  11. roscoe on May 26th, 2008 3:22 pm

    Info is found in Isabella Of Spain by William Walsh

  12. katman on May 27th, 2008 9:43 am

    oh come on roscoe. are you going to sit there and tell me the catholic church invented corn? so the great queen of spain wanted to help out the indians huh? is that why they passed out those small pox infected blankets?

  13. Wolf on May 27th, 2008 8:00 pm

    I know Michael Medved is a cultural Marxist Jew but nevertheless he does expose the “small-pox blanket” myth in this short essay:

    “Stories of deliberate infection by passing along “small-pox blankets” are based exclusively on two letters from British soldiers in 1763, at the end of the bitter and bloody French and Indian War. By that time, Indian populations (including those in the area) had already been terribly impacted by smallpox, and there’s no evidence of a particularly devastating outbreak as a result of British policy.”

    The genocide myth

    When you think about it the Indians really should be grateful that early Americans expelled the red coat limeys and their Jew Rothchild benefactors.