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Anti-Semitic Posts on Obama's Web Site

Tuesday, 13 Oct 2009 09:13 AM

By Pamela Geller

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During the 2008 presidential election, Barack Obama’s Web site, Organizing for America, hosted a series of vile anti-American, Jew-hating posts and pieces.

The onslaught was overwhelming, and it included numerous, heinous calls for Jewish genocide and incitement to hatred. And it is happening again, right now, on the official Web site of the man who supposedly is the leader of the free world, and who has editorial control over the Web site.

The site was and is policed closely. The site moderators remove material they consider to be “disrespectful to our other users” and to “detract from a welcoming community where all people can engage in positive discourse.”

What they find disrespectful can be interesting: Once during the campaign a conservative blogger, Bill Levinson, posted a blog on Obama’s Web site consisting entirely of a series of quotations from Obama’s own book, "Dreams of my Father." Obama’s people did not approve of their standard-bearer’s words, so Levinson’s blog and account were deleted from the Obama site in just under 36 hours.

That’s right: Barack Obama’s Web site banned Obama’s own words.

But the most disgusting anti-Semitic ravings remained on the site, along with blogs advocating anarchy and the overthrow of the United States Congress.

In April 2008 a post appeared claiming that “Jews owe Africa and Africans everything they have today because if Africa did not shelter them when they were homeless and starving, they would not be here today.”

When such things went up on Obama’s Web site (and often stayed there for long periods), the Jewish lay leadership in this country said nothing, did nothing, and supported this man. Now he is president of the United States, and there is even more ugly Jew hatred and incitement to kill Jews on Obama’s Web site. It harks back to the Jewish blood libels. Obama’s Web site has become a hub for Islamic anti-Semitism.

On Oct. 5, a post went up on Obama’s Web site entitled “Nazi Israel . . . Indeed.” It quoted a Princeton professor, Richard Falk, referring to Israel’s “war crimes,” “genocidal tendencies,” “holocaust implications,” and “holocaust-in-the-making.” It spoke about Israel’s “Nazi-like crimes and human rights violation.”

It claimed: “Comparing the present-day Israel with Nazi Germany one discovers that the majority of the Israeli policies are the exact copies of the Nazi policies. Nazi Germany had invaded its European neighbors extending from England to Russia. Israel had also invaded all its neighboring countries; Egypt, Jordan, Syria, and Lebanon. It is also heavily involved in the invasion of Iraq and Afghanistan. Its tentacles had also reached African countries as far as South Africa, Somalia, Sudan, Angola, and Sierra Leone.”

Continuing the lies and blood libels, the post claims: “Worse than the Nazis Israeli forces used to invade peaceful Palestinian towns, execute men, women and children in cold blood everywhere and anywhere they encounter them, dynamite their homes on top of their residents, and finally demolish the whole town making room for new Israeli colonies.” It charges that Israel pursued “a pre-meditated genocidal plan” against the Palestinian Arabs.

Suffice to say that this entry passed muster with Obama’s moderators and is clearly acceptable to Obama for America. There appears to be a campaign of sorts to normalize this hatred, as if it’s not so bad. Otherwise, why would this poison be up and stay up at Obama’s Web site under his name for months? It was part of the election Web site and now his service Web site.

Why hasn’t Obama stopped the terrible hate speech he was hosting on his site?

He knows the anti-Semites post these blood libels on his Web site. So why does he retain the platform as president of the United States? It’s evil. Why does he encourage it with his silence? Is Obama an anti-Semite? By his fruits we shall know him, and so we know him.

Pamela Geller is the editor and publisher of the Atlas Shrugs Web site and is former associate publisher of the New York Observer. Her Op-Eds have appeared in The Washington Times, Newsmax, Human Events, WorldNetDaily, the American Thinker, Israel National News, and other publications.

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