March 22, 2017
Tens of millions of Aryan souls passed to Valhalla in a life or death struggle against overwhelming odds to save the world from its current predicament. Today, rather than rekindling the torch and driving forward for a counter-attack, mediocre minds blame them for Jews doing exactly what they warned us they’d do.
When Jews slaughter Palestinians, they’re Nazis. When Jews beat up speakers on college campuses, they’re Brownshirts. When Jews utilize terror and intimidation to ensure nobody breaks political taboos on race, sex or neo-liberalism, that’s somehow tallied under the ideology of National Socialism.
Conservatives purposely miss the target (like calling Jewish cultural Marxists “Nazis”), while conversely, Leftists/Jews are right for all the wrong reasons (like saying people who are against immigration don’t care about legalism, and are really just worried about demographics).
Tim Allen comparing the (((Hollywood))) environment hostile to normal opinions to 1930s Germany is not just wrong – Jews are going out of their way to show him how wrong he is. He says “liberal” censorship is Nazism, and organizations that explicitly advocate for Jews respond: “How dare you call me a Nazi, you filthy Goy!”
An organization that claims to speak in the name of Anne Frank is now coming out to persecute him. Even journalists are mocking him on this front.
Earlier this week, Tim Allen unleashed an increasingly familiar anguished grunt by likening being a conservative in Hollywood—a place that continues churning out episodes of Last Man Standing for an adoring fan base of dads softly farting in their sleep—to living in 1930s Germany. It’s a statement that’s garnered Allen a lot of unexpected penance that, unfortunately, cannot be reduced by blaming it on 20 other people.
Like much of the dialogue on his show, his “’30s Germany” quip was a joke, but not really: Allen’s intimation to Jimmy Kimmel that “you get beat up if you don’t believe what everybody else believes” was clearly a tongue-in-cheek exaggeration, but it still reflected a sentiment the actor had often expressed over the years about feeling “bullied” by show business liberals. It’s a lament shared by the other members of Hollywood’s “conservative underground,” who must live in constant fear of being “excommunicated from the church of tolerance” in between starring in TV shows and directing Academy Award-nominated movies. Yes, in a dark age when being openly hostile to immigrants and the indigent gets you, at most, a gently used, mid-grade nation to run, these faithful must now congregate in secret and live in fear of practicing their ideology openly. Just like Jews in Germany, only instead of being herded onto trains and sent to labor camps to toil, starve, and die, they don’t always feel comfortable at parties.
It’s not a perfect analogy—“Boy, it’s like Nazi Germany up in here!” so rarely is, particularly when lamenting one’s inability to support leaders cheered by literal Nazis. Therefore, according to those Nazis at the Anne Frank Center for Mutual Respect, Allen’s simile must be exterminated. The American-based arm of the global SS for being nice to one another has demanded Allen apologize to “the Jewish people and, to be sure, the other peoples also targeted by the Nazis” for comparing their deaths and suffering to that of actors who only get their own long-running sitcoms, at most, once per decade. Wow, so much for the “tolerant” left.
Here is the Anne Frank’s center statement on Tim Allen:
ACTOR TIM ALLEN HAS MADE A DEEPLY OFFENSIVE CHARACTERIZATION THAT TRIVIALIZES THE HORRORS IMPOSED ON JEWS IN NAZI GERMANY. WE CALL ON TIM TO APOLOGIZE.
Tim, a guest last week on ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel Live, told Jimmy that being a Republican in Hollywood today is “like 1930s Germany. You gotta be real careful around here, you know. You’ll get beat up if you don’t believe what everybody believes.”
“Tim, have you lost your mind?” said Steven Goldstein, Executive Director of the Anne Frank Center for Mutual Respect. “No one in Hollywood today is subjecting you or anyone else to what the Nazis imposed on Jews in the 1930s – the world’s most evil program of dehumanization, imprisonment and mass brutality, implemented by an entire national government, as the prelude for the genocide of nearly an entire people. Sorry, Tim, that’s just not the same as getting turned down for a movie role. It’s time for you to leave your bubble to apologize to the Jewish people and, to be sure, the other peoples also targeted by the Nazis.” #NeverAgain #Antisemitism
Hey Tim Allen, the Anne Frank Center for Mutual Respect believes everything from calls to ban refugees to public displays of baby Jesus should be ruthlessly suppressed. Now they want to come after you for complaining about them coming after you, despite you doing it in a mealy mouthed way.
What if the Jews persecuting you aren’t Nazis but actually just Jews, and the Germans fought them as an act of self-defense?
Meditate on that one Mr Allen.