by Michael Hoffman | June 8, 2010 Copyright (c) 2010 by RevisionistHistory.org This column is online at http://revisionistreview.blogspot.com On May 27, 2010, during the "American Jewish Heritage Month" celebration at the White House, Orthodox Rabbi David Nesenoff (email@example.com) asked Helen Thomas, dean of the Washington Press corps, if she had any comments on the Israeli state. Thomas replied, "Tell them to get the hell out of Palestine...Remember, these people are occupied, and it's their land; its not German, its not Poland's." She was then asked where the Judaics should go, to which she replied: "they should go home" to "Poland, Germany." Then, after another question she added, "America and everywhere else." The rabbi videotaped her remarks, and his video quickly achieved Internet notoriety with "viral" status. "Time" magazine scribe Joe Klein termed her views "odious" and said she should no longer have the privilege, accorded by the White House Correspondents Association, of a front row center seat. Former George W. Bush Press Secretary Ari Fleischer, a neocon architect of the invasion of Iraq, said,"She should lose her job over this. As someone who is Jewish, and as someone who worked with her and used to like her, I find this appalling." On May 30, Thomas was dropped by her speaker's bureau, Nine Speakers. Walt Whitman High School in Bethesda, Maryland canceled Thomas's commencement address. Thomas apologized for her remarks on June 4. The Anti-Defamation League said the apology did not go far enough. Hearst News corporation, which has employed Thomas as a columnist for the past 10 years, issued a statement announcing her "retirement," which Hearst said, was "effective immediately." Thomas has been covering the White House for fifty years, since 1960. She will mark her 90th birthday on Aug. 4. She was often the only White House reporter asking presidents probing questions about American and Israeli wars. This writer is not aware of whether Helen Thomas has read Shlomo Sand's "The Invention of the Jewish People" or Paul Wexler's "The Ashkenazic Jews: A Slavo-Turkic People in Search of a Jewish Identity." These books deliver a long overdue knockout punch to the laughable hoax that asserts that today's descendants of the Khazars are the direct "Jewish" descendants of the ancient patriarchs Abraham, Isaac and Jacob. Sand and Wexler document that the home of the Khazar impostor "Jews" is indeed, as Thomas implied, in eastern Europe, not Palestine. Perhaps Miss Thomas was offering only a woman's intuition, that the "Jews" of "Israel" are neither; that they have more in common with the Yiddish shetls of eastern Europe than the Biblical land of the Middle East. In either case, in America, candor --when it touches on myths sacred to the ruling class -- is simply not permitted to the working guy or gal. The latter-days Diogenes will quickly be out of a job. Under American capitalism you have freedom of speech as long as you don't care about eating. Helen Thomas, a crusader for peace and an investigative journalist who refused to rubberstamp Bush's ghastly war in Iraq, as did the entire White House Press corps on March 6, 2003, as documented by Bill Moyers (http://www.pbs.org/moyers/journal/btw/transcript1.html), is now fodder for pompous discursive lectures on the venality of the goyim camouflaged as human rights lessons, by the likes of columnist Richard Cohen (firstname.lastname@example.org). In "What Helen Thomas missed," (Washington Post, June 8, 2010, p. A17), Mr. Cohen views the controversy as an opportunity to libel, from his lofty moral perch, Polish gentiles as thieves, murderers and haters, and General George Patton as an evil "bigot": "Ah, another teachable moment! This one comes to us from Helen Thomas, the longtime White House reporter and columnist who announced her retirement on Monday. Thomas, of Lebanese ancestry and almost 90, has never been shy about her anti-Israel views, for which, as far as I'm concerned, she is wrong and to which she is entitled. Then the other day, she performed a notable public service by revealing how very little she knew. Asked at a White House event if she had any comments about Israel, Thomas said, 'Tell them to get the hell out of Palestine. . . . Go home. Poland. Germany. And America and everywhere else.' "Well, I don't know about 'everywhere else,' but after World War II, many Jews did attempt to 'go home' to Poland. This resulted in the murder of about 1,500 of them -- killed not by Nazis but by Poles, either out of sheer ethnic hatred or fear they would lose their (stolen) homes. "The mini-Holocaust that followed the Holocaust itself is not well-known anymore, but it played an outsize role in the establishment of the state of Israel. It was the plight of Jews consigned to Displaced Persons camps in Europe that both moved and outraged President Harry Truman, who supported Jewish immigration to Palestine and, when the time came, the new state itself. "Something had to be done for the Jews of Europe. They were still being murdered. In the Polish city of Kielce, on July 4, 1946 -- more than a year after the end of the war -- rumors of a Jewish ritual murder triggered a pogrom in which 42 Jewish Holocaust survivors were killed. The Kielce murders were not, by any means, the sole example of why Jews could not 'go home.' When I visited the Polish city where my mother had been born, Ostroleka, I was told of a Jew who survived Auschwitz only to be murdered when he tried to reclaim his business. In much of Eastern Europe, Jews feared for their lives... "For that reason, those who had struck out for home soon returned to DP camps and the safety of -- irony of ironies -- Germany. Some of the camps were under the command of Gen. George S. Patton, a great man on the screen, a contemptible bigot in real life....For the surviving Jews of Eastern Europe, there was no going home -- and no staying, either. Europe was hostile to them, not in the least appalled or sorry about what had just happened. Even the American military, in the person of the hideous Patton, seemed hostile... For most of the DPs, America was also out of the question. The United States, in the grip of feverish anti-communism and already unreceptive to immigrants, maintained a tight quota. When the Jewish DPs were polled, an overwhelming majority said they wanted to go to Palestine. They knew life would be tough there, but they would be among their own people -- and relatively safe" (end quote) Richard Cohen, the mainstream media's fount of moral history, has penned hate speech/group libel disguised as "a teachable moment." Hundreds of other Talmudic supremacists in the media and academia are engaged in the same relentless offensive -- spreading contempt and instilling guilt in the goyim -- entire nations such as "feverish anti-communist" America, or "thieving" Poland where Poles irrationally attack Judaic people because of:"sheer ethnic hatred," "fear they would lose their (stolen) homes" (most of Poland must have been once owned by Judaics) or, that old reliable standby, "rumors of a Jewish ritual murder." The reader is supposed to sit at the feet of Cohen in wide-eyed awe as this righteous Zionist savant spews his hatred for east European gentiles and heroes like George Patton. The only good goy in Cohen's column is 33rd degree Freemason Harry Truman, the president who heated Hiroshima and Nagasaki to several thousand degrees of hell. Does Mr. Cohen himself exhibit any "sheer ethnic hatred" for Polish Catholics? Was it really a case of Poles rising against some Judaic people only due to "rumors" and "hatred," or has Mr. Cohen suppressed the other half of the story? What is the real history behind the alleged "mini-holocaust" in Kielce in 1946? According to Judaic author John Sack, "In 1945 many Poles felt (and not without reason) that Jews ran the Office of State Security...the chief of the Office was Jacob Berman, a Jew, and all or almost all the department heads were Jews." Sack reported that 75% of the officers of the Communist Secret Police in Silesia were Judiacs ("Jews"). He noted that many Judaics in the Communist terror apparatus in Poland changed their names to Polish ones, such as General Romkowski, Colonel Rozanski, Capt. Studencki and Lt. Jurkowski. (cf. Sack, "The New Republic," Feb. 14, 1994, p. 6). According to Sheldon Kirshner, writing in the "Canadian Jewish News," Nov. 5, 1992, p. 16: In Poland, "...a disproportionate number of Communists were Jews. In 1930, at its peak, 35% of the members of the party were Jewish. In Communist youth organizations, Jewish membership was even higher, while Communists of Jewish origin occupied most of the seats on the central committee. Communism appealed to some Jews because it opposed anti-Semitism more vigorously than any other Polish party...Jewish Communists reached their apogee in the years immediately after World War Two, when the party leadership was totally in the hands of the prewar Communist leadership that abhorred anti-Semitism" (end quote). The mass murder of Polish Catholics at the hands of Judaic Communists is almost never raised. Instead, the attack on Judaics by Polish peasants enraged at the role of Judaics in Communist terror, which occurred at Kielce, will be the focus. The Catholic Primate of Poland at the time, Cardinal August Hlond (1881-1948), declared that the attack in Kielce occurred because of resentment "due to the Jews who today occupy leading positions in Poland's (Communist) government and endeavor to introduce a governmental structure that the majority of Poles do not wish to have." (Ibid., Kirshner). As Piotr S. Wandycz of Yale University observed, "The average Pole could not but notice in the Stalinist era that the two most powerful men in the country--Berman and Minc--were both Jewish as was the dreaded security official Rozanski." ("New York Review of Books," Aug. 18, 1983, p. 51). Solomon Morel was commandant of a post-war Communist concentration camp for Germans in Poland. Stalin deliberately put Judaics in charge of such camps. In Poland Morel tortured and murdered thousands of Germans, sometimes with his bare hands (cf. "The Wrath of Solomon," in "The Village Voice," March 30, 1993). Morel found safe haven in the Israeli state, which refused requests to extradite him to stand trial for war crimes in Poland. Sack recounts the facts in his important book, "An Eye for an Eye." You left out the rest of the story, Mr. Cohen. It's called context. Helen Thomas uttered truths too hot to handle for our supposed "anything goes" culture. Her fate will be familiar to all Americans who have dared to contradict sanctified Zionist mythology. ***** ______________-
By Yvonne Ridley
The docile White House Press Corp has got steamed up about something and finally taken a scalp as a result. It seems the Capitol Hill cocktail set who usually sit and preen themselves like pampered Pomeranians while asking pre-screened, pre-approved, Obama-friendly questions have forced a resignation.