The ZOG gets a bill

A quick look at how your elected representatives have been spending their time (and therefore, your money).

Border crisis? Inflation? Wars hither and yon? Falling education standards? Rising crime? Collapsing infrastructure?

Of course not:

Heralded as a shining example of bipartisanship, the Countering Antisemitism Act was introduced this week. Sponsored by Sen. Rosen (Jew), and Sen. Lankford (largest campaign contributor: Pro-Israel America PAC), the bill moves forward the nonsense published last year by the Biden Administration in a circle-jerk of a document called The U.S. National Strategy to Counter Antisemitism.

In addition to creating yet another over-paid, over-benefited, under accountable federal official, called the National Coordinator to Counter Antisemitism, the bill:

Requires antisemitism training to be carried out in nearly all Federal agencies, and requires reports on the same

Authorizes the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum (USHMM) to “develop and nationally disseminate accurate, relevant, and accessible resources to promote understanding about how and why the Holocaust happened.” These resources are to be used in all publicly-funded schools

Establishes May as “Jewish American Heritage Month”. No word yet on a White Founders Heritage Month, but at least October has been recognized as German-American Heritage Month since Reagan was president, with October 6 being German-American Heritage Day. Take that Jews. 😉

Most worrisome, it directs the “National Coordinator to Counter Antisemitism, in conjunction with the Interagency Task Force to Counter Antisemitism, shall conduct a study and prepare a report that shall include each of the following: (1) An analysis of the prevalence of online antisemitic content, including Holocaust denial and Holocaust distortion content. (2) Recommendations to Congress to counter the spread of antisemitism online, including options for greater transparency requirements relating to algorithmic systems, content moderation, enforcement of community standards, accountability for individuals, and accountability for online platforms.”

Presumably websites like this will receive more scrutiny. HEY TASK FORCE! This website is fact-based and opinion driven. It does not promote “hate”. Facts are facts and everyone has opinions. Get over it. As a reminder: “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.” Amendment I, Bill of Rights, adopted into law December 15, 1791.


Having accomplished this dazzlingly display of bipartisan kosherness, now the elected elite can go back to doing what they do best- spending billions of dollars on things that offer no tangible benefit to the vast majority of American-taxpayers.

Amerika Erwache!

2 responses to “The ZOG gets a bill”

  1. Dan Schneider Avatar
    Dan Schneider

    Someone once said, “If you want to find out who really rules you, find out who you are NOT allowed to criticize.” This quote is generally associated with Voltaire, but I doubt he ever actually said that.

    Why do Jews need a separate category of protection? Blacks don’t have a special government official dealing with acts of racism against them. Neither do Hispanics, Asians, or any other group except the Native Americans (Bureau of Indian Affairs). I can accept it for the Indians. They were here first and that deserves some consideration.

    But why does a group that comprises just three percent of the population need their own agency? Blacks make up 15 percent. Hispanics are 20 percent. Asians are about 5 percent. All these groups have more people than the jews, yet they don’t get their own agency and the Jews do. In my opinion, that alone tells you who is really running things behind the scenes. Something to think about. Then again, they don’t want you to think. If more people did more thinking, the puppet masters would be in real trouble.