Once Aryan Skynet Goes Live It Doesn't Matter Who Pulled The Switch
Bernie Sanders, the reliably pro-Israel Senator from Vermont, won Michigan, and a lot of the reason is that he won the vote of Muslim “Arab-Americans” in Dearborn, Michigan.
One of the great storylines from last night’s surprise victory for Bernie Sanders in Michigan is that he won the Arab-American vote – and the mainstream media are stunned that Arab Americans would vote for a Jew. Sanders won heavily-Arab-American Dearborn, by 7100 votes to Hillary Clinton’s 4700 votes. That’s a 59 to 39 percent Sanders stronghold inside Wayne County, which was a Clinton stronghold.
While Jews and Muslims may fight in the Middle East, here in America they are united in their opposition to us – Americans. White Americans.
Bernie Sanders is quoted as saying:
And if we stand for anything we have got to stand together and end all forms of racism, and I will lead that effort as president of the United States.
When Sanders talks about “racism” – we know that he means “white people.” Because “racist” is just another word for “white person.” “Anti-racism” is a code word for anti-white.
Bernie Sanders is a reliably pro-immigration, pro-amnesty voter. When he had a difficult time squaring his support for mass immigration with his purported pro-labor policies, Sanders relied upon a tried and true talking point – mass immigration was really the fault of conservative WASPs like the Koch brothers, and Bernie said that open borders were a “Koch brothers” policy.
Because Sanders has not been able to make much headway among Black voters, who have overwhelming supported Clinton, and has, in fact, been attacked by the Black Lives Matter protestors, he and his supporters have made much of him “marching with MLK” during the 1960s Civil Rights movement.
While Sander’s fans have spread rumors about his supposed “marching with MLK in Selma,” this appears to not be the case. Sander’s actual involvement in the Civil Rights movement appears to be limited to some harassment of local White people during his time as a college student in Chicago, and his attendence at the famous MLK march in Washington DC in 1963.
Sanders, a Brooklyn-born Jew who spent time in Chicago, a city with a substantial Jewish community, never seemed to be able to find any racism among his fellow Jews. But that didn’t stop this intrepid “anti-racist” from sniffing out the bigotry of his “goyim” neighbors.
Later, Sanders retreated to lily-White Vermont, where for decades he has voted for near-unquestioning support for Israel’s apartheid policies and to redistribute the tax money of working class Americans to the rather wealthy Zionist entity.
Muslims in Michigan were able to put aside whatever distaste they might have for Sander’s Zionism to join together with his campaign against whites; the historical American nation.
Although his views on [Israel/Palestine] do not rise to the aspirations of Arab Americans who would like to see Washington take a clear stance against Israel’s human rights abuses and occupation of Palestinian land, Sanders’ call for ending the blockade on Gaza is a step in the right direction. His condemnation of Israeli attacks that kill Palestinian civilians is unprecedented by any major presidential candidate.
Sanders is a Jewish American. This newspaper and the community at large do not have a bias against anyone’s ethnic or religious affiliation. Ideas are what matters.
Of course, the idea that the Muslim community does not have a bias against anyone’s “ethnic or religious affiliation” is patently absurd – it is simply that Muslim Arabs are more than willing to team up with a Zionist Jew against White people.
And an American Jew like Bernie Sanders, although purportedly representing the very White state of Vermont, has never hesitated to put the interests of non-Whites ahead of his own constituents, and take sides against White people, virtually every chance he has had.