March 4, 2015
Milos Zeman, President of the Czech Republic and a slave to Jewry, recently spoke at the 2015 AIPAC conference. Quite possibly the most ridiculous remark of his speech was when he insisted that the crowd say that they’re Jews—an obvious attempt at coaxing people to show their submission to the Jew.
“Now we all must say, ‘I am a Jew,’” he told a packed auditorium in Washington, DC. After extended applause from the audience, he repeated the sentiment in Hebrew, saying, “Ani Yehudi.”
“Of course, your discrimination is our discrimination,” he added. “Your victims are our victims.”
Zeman continued his disgusting speech by stating that solidarity with Israel is the first step toward defeating Islamism and that the Czech Republic and Israel are “single islands of democracy” amidst “an ocean of dictatorship.”
I am not a Jew.
And I am glad that I am not.
Take that, Zeman.