Tuesday, January 04, 2005


Kooky NYC Jewish Liberals

I've been reading a lot about people who are so disappointed that Bush was re-elected that they've been considering a move to Canada.

But I was shocked to find out where some of Manhattan's Jewish liberals want to escape TO, post election:


“There are ways in which one can describe the U.S. as a fascist country,” says Michael Ochs, a retired editor whose family left Germany in 1939, when he was 2. He’s gathered up the necessary documents—including his old German passport, stamped with a large, red J—though he has no intention of moving back right away. He views it more as a precaution: “It’s very Jewish to want to know where the exit is.”

Un-freakin' believable!

Younger applicants tend to see a German passport more as a ticket to an EU identity. Rebecca, 26, a writer whose grandmother left Germany in the late thirties, has vague plans about living in Europe. “I don’t think it’d be Germany,” she quickly adds. But she may hold off on applying. The thought of telling her grandmother about her plans terrifies her (as evidenced by her request not to use her last name). “Most things I do in my life, she doesn’t need to know about. But this requires her birth certificate. I’m going to have to wait for her to die to apply.”

These moonbats are taking advantage of a clause in the German constitution of 1949:

Article 116 of the 1949 German Constitution established a “right of return” for Jews who fled between 1933 and 1945, and their descendants.

To these people, who are too stupid to appreciate the country they live in, I say good riddance, and don't let the door hit you on the way out!

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