Infamous

Jewish lawyer defends America’s most infamous Nazi

Jay Wolman says although he opposes Andrew Anglin’s anti-Semitic online harassment, it must be protected as free speech

Jay Wolman (left), defends Andrew Anglin (right), the founder of the anti-Semitic website The Daily Stormer. (Randazza Legal Group/Wikimedia Commons via JTA)

David Dukes bubeleh!

Jay Wolman (left), defends Andrew Anglin (right), the founder of the anti-Semitic website The Daily Stormer. (Randazza Legal Group/Wikimedia Commons via JTA)

WASHINGTON (JTA) — Jay Marshall Wolman, like a thousand other lawyers on Twitter, is wry, maybe a little coarse and, well, Jewish, peppering his tweets with Hebrew blessings and other Jewish references.

He gets deadly serious, though, if you ask him why he is the lead attorney representing Andrew Anglin, America’s most notorious Nazi.

Wolman was in the headlines this week for his attempt to dismiss a lawsuit against Anglin alleging the Daily Stormer founder harassed a Jewish real estate agent in Montana. Tanya Gersh’s suit claims Anglin caused her “emotional distress” last year when he called for a “troll storm” against her and published her personal information.

Wolman, according to the Missoulian, a Montana daily, argued that Anglin was living abroad at the time and therefore is out of the court’s jurisdiction. (Lawyers for Gersh and the Southern Poverty Law Center, which is assisting her, have been unable to find Anglin. A US magistrate in Missoula has given Anglin until Friday to prove his whereabouts.)

Wolman is not shy in his social media profile about being Jewish, so I asked him why he thought it was a good idea to represent Anglin, who heads an online clearinghouse of extreme anti-Semitic and racist thought.

Wolman, 41, declined an interview, but wrote me the following: “As a Jewish member of the team representing Andrew Anglin, I can understand why you are interested in talking with me about why I represent him and how that relates to my identity. However, I must, politely, decline the invitation. Although I do not shy away from media inquiries, I do not tend to make myself a subject of reporting.

“That said, as you will, undoubtedly, be reporting on me, I would direct your attention to our reference to the Aaron Sorkin film, “The American President.”

Wolman included a quote from that 1995 film in which the titular president says “America isn’t easy. America is advanced citizenship. You’ve gotta want it bad, ’cause it’s gonna put up a fight. It’s gonna say, ‘You want free speech? Let’s see you acknowledge a man whose words make your blood boil, who’s standing center stage and advocating at the top of his lungs that which you would spend a lifetime opposing at the top of yours.’”

‘I would spend a lifetime opposing what was said’

Added Wolman:

“I would spend a lifetime opposing what was said, but I will never allow anti-Semitism to derail my commitment to freedom of speech. In the words of Justice Holmes, ‘Hard cases make bad law.’ Any restrictions the courts might set on the speech of a person whose speech you oppose will be undoubtedly applied, at some point down the road, to the speech of a person whose speech you support. If Andrew Anglin does not have freedom of speech, then neither does the JTA.”

The popular culture reference to a 1990s film was not a surprise: Wolman’s Twitter feed reveals his affection for films of that decade and the 1980s (he’s a fan of “Say Anything,” the classic 1989 John Cusack angsty teen drama). Wolman was a contestant on “Jeopardy” in 2004 — not the best period because he was up against Ken Jennings, the quiz show’s all-time champ.

Wolman and his law partner, Marc Randazza, consistently cast their decision to defend Anglin in not-easy-but-someone’s-gotta-do-it terms.

‘This is the shitty price we have to pay for freedom’

“This is the shitty price we have to pay for freedom,” Randazza said in a recent Atlantic magazine profile of Anglin.

Anglin and Gersh’s dispute involves another white supremacist provocateur, Richard Spencer, whose mother, like Gersh, lives in Whitefish, Montana. In December, Spencer posted an article on Medium accusing Gersh of threatening his mother, Sherry, with harassment if she did not sell the commercial building she owns in the town. Gersh, a realtor, contends that Sherry Spencer initiated contact seeking to sell her building to head off the protests and to calm the town roiled by the rising profile of her son. Richard Spencer began to garner media attention in 2016 for his support of the presidential candidacy of Donald Trump.

On December 16, 2016, a day after the Medium article appeared, Anglin posted a screed titled “Jews Targeting Richard Spencer’s Mother for Harassment and Extortion – TAKE ACTION!” He included Gersh’s home address and phone number, her husband’s business contact information and the Twitter handle of her 12-year-old son.

“Tell them what you think of his whore mother’s vicious attack on the community of Whitefish,” Anglin wrote.

Wolman and Randazza in their filing argue that the messages against Gersh were “generally recognized anti-Semitic tropes, without actual harm reasonably to be construed.”

“And, even Nazi expression, no matter the psychic harm on Jewish residents, is nonetheless protected speech,” the filing said.

Wolman, who works out of The Randazza Legal Group’s office in Hartford, Connecticut, attended Cornell University and Georgetown Law School.

On social media, he likes to take on anti-Semites, including Paul Nehlen, who is challenging House Speaker Paul Ryan in his Wisconsin district. When Nehlen compiled a list of what he said were 74 Twitter “verified” Jews dominating the media, Wolman posted: “This is why I should be @verified, so I can be Jew 75.”

Answering a Twitter meme of what one would do if one were to wake up 100 years ago, he replied, “1) Bet against the White Sox 2) Use the proceeds to send Hitler to art school.”

1) Bet against the White Sox
2) Use the proceeds to send Hitler to art school
3) Short the stock market in eleven years https://twitter.com/thatericalper/status/962188018978193408 

The Randazza firm also runs a free-wheeling blog, and in one posting Wolman contemplated the current ironies of Hanukkah. After recounting the victory of the Maccabees over their Seleucid tormentors, he wrote, “Fast -orward 2,180 years and what do we have? An Israel that had captured the Temple Mount 50 years prior, but won’t let Jews pray there. Four Adam Sandler songs in a weak effort to draw attention from ubiquitous carols. Eight nights of presents to compete with Christmas morning, instead of a few coins (actual gelt) to reward Torah scholarship.”

Wolman peppers his tweets with Jewishisms. When another lawyer wondered whether anyone else wishes that new food would appear in one’s fridge, Wolman asked, “Do you say Shehechayanu if it happens?”

Question: Has anyone ever had new and different food magically appear in their refrigerator?

Because I seem to be convinced that this will happen to me at some point.

Anglin isn’t the Randazza firm’s only venture into representing trolls who have grated on Jewish sensibilities. In another case, however, they are on the side of a plaintiff: Chuck Johnson, who is suing what’s left of Gawker, the bankrupt gossip site. In 2014, Gawker posted an entry depicting Johnson as a flawed journalist and soliciting information to back up embarrassing gossip from Johnson’s college days.

Johnson has himself published the personal information of his perceived enemies, a practice that often leads to harassment. He has on at least one occasion denied the Holocaust. (Johnson now says he regrets it.)

I asked Wolman to reconcile defending Anglin and going after Gawker, at least in First Amendment terms. He (and Randazza) replied in separate emails, with essentially the same argument: Defamation is not protected speech.

“The issues at stake in Mr. Anglin’s case are different from the issues in Mr. Johnson’s,” Wolman said. “That I represent Mr. Johnson in a defamation claim falls within the notion of historically unprotected speech.”

 

Whatever this guy gets involved in turns to sh**. Do you get it yet?

Duke has no comment on the Parkland shooting, he had no comment about 9/11 for over 10 years too! Its called leading the opposition, you dont need this clown. Send him home!

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The Shooter

Marky Mark Bergdahlberg

Was the Florida Shooter a Jew?

Numerous articles have come out already, some say he was an ISIS supporter and wore a Communist sickle (Infowars). He calls Arabs “sand durka’s” and although I have never heard that term before even after living in several Muslim countries I am sure it is in line with “sand nigger”, I could be wrong however. It isnt often that you hear a Cuban or PR use those words, however it’s right down the Jews alley and it is possible I guess that this guy thinks he is a caucasian, which also sounds like a Jew to me.

https://www.infowars.com/report-florida-shooter-inspired-by-isis-allahu-akbar/

Another site says he was making fun of the words Alah Akbar (either way does not seem like a subject for a Miami Cuban or Puerto Rican)

Shooters name is Nicolas or Nikolas Cruz, full name Nicolas de Jesus Cruz

So you think you’re a crypto Jew?

https://www.jta.org/2009/05/18/life-religion/so-you-think-youre-a-crypto-jew

JTA: Can a last name help someone tell if they have Jewish blood? 
HORDES: There’s quite a bit of confusion over this question — some people think that names ending in “es” or “ez” are uniquely Jewish. The “es” suffix simply means “son of.”  But put yourself in the position of someone in 1492 who has made the gut-wrenching decision to stay in Spain and convert to Catholicism. Now if your name was Avraham Ben Moshe, and you’re trying to quickly assimilate into Old Christian society, the first thing you’d do is get rid of that name. You’d likely take a name like the Old Christians have, such as Gonzalez or García — or de la Cruz, de Jesus or Santa Maria. There’s only a very small number of cases where a name is uniquely Jewish. I’ve heard so many stories about the name Rael coming from “Israel.”  Every Rael I’ve ever found in New Mexico goes back to one Jewish family in southeastern Spain that had converted to Judaism in the 1480s.  But you have to be careful about names. There’s no other way of ascertaining proof of ancestry except by playing the “who begat whom” game, or conducting extensive archival research through the genealogical records.

Is it absolute that Cruz is a Jew? Sheriff Israhel is on the case.

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Oy Vey!

One thing is absolutely prudent, Jews want America disarmed if they have to flood us with aliens, drug our kids, pervert our way of life with their perverted media, movies, TV etc. That is their end goal and they wont ever pass up a good crisis especially when they cause them to begin with. They will never stop because stopping means the direction could go against them. Once that line is crossed there is no turning back.

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He looks like a JDL boy.

 

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Ben

This 95-year-old Holocaust survivor still fights Nazis, and he’s speaking at Cal Poly

February 13, 2018 03:49 PM

Updated February 13, 2018 05:46 PM

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The Catcher Was a Spy

Post-baseball career[edit]

Spying for the U.S. Government[edit]

With the attack on Pearl Harbor by the Japanese on December 7, 1941, the United States was thrust into World War II. To do his part for the war effort, Berg accepted a position with Nelson Rockefeller‘s Office of the Coordinator of Inter-American Affairs on January 5, 1942. Nine days later, his father, Bernard, died.[37] During the summer of 1942, Berg screened the footage he shot of Tokyo Bay for intelligence officers of the United States military. The film may have helped Lieutenant Colonel Jimmy Doolittle plan his famous Doolittle Raid.[38] (This timeline appears inconsistent as the Doolittle raid occurred April 18, 1942 – well before summer.)

From August 1942 to February 1943, Berg was on assignment in the Caribbean and South America. His job was to monitor the health and physical fitness of the American troops stationed there. Berg, along with several other OIAA agents, left in June 1943 because they thought South America posed little threat to the United States, and they wanted to be someplace where their talents would be put to better use.[39]

On August 2, 1943, Berg accepted a position with the Office of Strategic Services Special Operations Branch (SO) for a salary of $3,800 ($53,700 today) a year. He was a paramilitary operations officer in the part of the OSS that is now called the CIA Special Activities Division. In September, he was assigned to the OSS Secret Intelligence branch (SI) and given a spot on the OSS SI Balkans desk. In this role, he parachuted into occupied Yugoslavia to evaluate the various resistance groups operating against the Nazis to determine which was the strongest. He talked to both Draža Mihailović and Tito and reviewed their forces, deciding that Tito had the stronger and better supported group. His evaluations were used to help determine the amount of support and aid to give each group.[40] In late 1943, Berg was assigned to Project Larson, an OSS operation set up by OSS Chief of Special Projects John Shaheen. The stated purpose of the project was to kidnap Italian rocket and missile specialists out of Italy and bring them to the U.S. However, there was another project hidden within Larson, called Project AZUSA, with the goal of interviewing Italian physicists to see what they knew about Werner Heisenberg and Carl Friedrich von Weizsäcker. It was similar in scope and mission to the Alsosproject.[41]

Berg turned down the Medal of Freedom during his lifetime; it was re-awarded after his death, with his sister accepting on his behalf.

From May to mid-December 1944, Berg hopped around Europe interviewing physicists and trying to convince several to leave Europe and work in America. At the beginning of December, news about Heisenberg giving a lecture in Zürich reached the OSS. Berg was assigned to attend the lecture and determine “if anything Heisenberg said convinced him the Germans were close to a bomb.” If Berg came to the conclusion that the Germans were close, he had orders to shoot Heisenberg; Berg determined that the Germans were not close.[42] During his time in Switzerland, Berg became close friends with physicist Paul Scherrer. Berg returned to the United States on April 25, 1945, and resigned from the Strategic Services Unit, the successor to the OSS, in August. He was awarded the Medal of Freedom on October 10, but he rejected the award on December 2. His sister accepted it on his behalf after his death.[43]

The golden years

After World War II[edit]

In 1951, Berg begged the CIA to send him to Israel. “A Jew must do this”, he wrote in his notebook. The CIA rejected Berg’s request. Still, in 1952 Berg was hired by the CIA to use his old contacts from World War II to gather information about the Soviet atomic science. For the $10,000 plus expenses that Berg received, the CIA received nothing in return. The CIA officer who spoke with Berg when he returned from Europe said that he was “flaky”.[44]

For the next 20 years, Berg had no real job, living off friends and relatives who put up with him because of his charisma. When they would ask what he did for a living, he would reply by putting his finger to his lips, giving them the impression that he was still a spy.[45] A lifelong bachelor, he lived with his brother Samuel for 17 years. According to Samuel, he became moody and snappish after the war and did not seem to care for much in life besides his books. His brother finally grew fed up with the arrangement and asked Moe to leave and even had eviction papers drawn up.[2] After being evicted from his brother’s home, Berg moved in with his sister Ethel in Belleville, New Jersey, where he remained for the rest of his life.[46]

He received a handful of votes in Baseball Hall of Fame voting (four in 1958, and five in 1960). When he was criticized for “wasting” his intellectual talent on the sport he loved, Berg replied, “I’d rather be a ballplayer than a justice of the U.S. Supreme Court“.[47]

Berg received many requests to write his memoirs, but turned them down. He almost wrote them in 1960, but he quit after the co-writer assigned to work with him confused him with Moe Howard of the Three Stooges.[2]

A Jew guarding the plate $$$!

What would we do without Jews?

Anyone with any info on this weasel please share it. I haven’t done much research on him, but I am going to. He wanted to go to the Jew state, but they wouldn’t let him. The lies are simply endless!

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Any Which Way But Jews

The lemmings

We could ‘destroy all US bases in region & create hell for Zionist regime’ – Iranian commander

Tehran has dismissed Tel Aviv’s claims concerning an Iranian UAV and a downed Israeli jet as “ridiculous.” An Iranian commander also warned Iran could unleash “hell” on the “Zionist regime” and destroy all US bases in the area.

“The claim about the flight of an Iranian drone and Iran’s involvement in the downing of a Zionist fighter jet is so ridiculous that it does not merit a comment,” Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Bahram Qassemi said. He added that Iranian officials are acting in Syria only as advisers and do so “at the request of the… legitimate and lawful government.”

What’s more, any “aggressive actions” by Tel Aviv would trigger a serious response. That is because Iran is capable of creating “hell for the Zionists,” Brigadier General Hossein Salami, the deputy head of Iran’s elite Revolutionary Guards Corps, said.

Qassemi added that Syria is a sovereign state and its government and armed forces, have a “legitimate right to defend [its] territorial integrity and counter any kind of foreign aggression.”  In the early hours of Saturday, the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) claimed they intercepted an Iranian UAV, which crossed from the territory of Syria into Israel. In response, Israel conducted airstrikes on Iranian positions in Syria.

The Israeli military later said that one Israeli F-16 crashed due to the “massive Syrian anti-air fire.” The pilots ejected and survived the incident. In response to the crash, the IDF said it struck 12 Iranian and Syrian targets in Syria, including air defense batteries. Damascus denounced Israeli actions as “aggression.”

Touching upon the US policy towards Iran and the sanctions imposed on the Islamic republic, Salami said that Iran remains strong against all odds and could potentially destroy “all American military bases in the region by launching attacks from inside the country.”

Tensions between Israel and Iran rapidly flared up following the Saturday incident. The IDF warned Syria and Iran against “violating” its sovereignty by saying that both countries would pay a heavy price if they defy this warning. It also said that Tehran and Damascus are “playing with fire.”

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~Wow Iran is mad at the USA now? Jews bombed Syria again and the Jews are the victims? My God people wake the hell up!

The question is when will our redheaded leader dive in to save his Jews?

What will the stooges do next? When in doubt, bomb!

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Part Deux

Hold on to your yarmulke’s folks, Jesus will be a hooked nose Jew again in the “BIGGEST” movie in the history of the world. Jews might even come to see how much they control the Jewdeo dumb goyim and sell souvenirs outside like they do at the Vatican, Fatima etc.

The Jewdeo’s love their Jew Jesus, what can be said for them?

 

James ehhh John Stossel

By every possible measure, The Passion of the Christ is a “big” movie. It made $612 million on a $30 million budget, was nominated for three Oscars, and it’s the highest-grossing non-English language film of all-time. But is it the biggest film in history? Nope. That would be The Passion of the Christ 2, apparently.

In an interview with USA Today, Jim Caviezel remarked that he’s on board for Mel Gibson’s proposed Passionsequel, which is tentatively called The Resurrection. “There are things that I cannot say that will shock the audience,” he said. “I won’t tell you how he’s going to go about it. But I’ll tell you this much, the film he’s going to do is going to be the biggest film in history. It’s that good.”

Caviezel was light on specific details about The Resurrection, although he did offer, “Braveheart, that’s a film that took a long time to be able to crack. The same thing for Passion. And the same thing for this. He’s finally got it. So that is coming.” The Passion of the Christ came out in 2004 to a host of controversy, including criticisms of anti-Semitism. Certainly, that won’t happen for the sequel.

Meanwhile, Lethal Weapon 5 is still maybe happening?

(Via USA Today)

a man looking at the camera

Caiphas and the Jews dont have hooked noses just Jesus

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4 Years a Slave

Nothing but lying, selling out, arse kissing blasphemy from the presidents top dog! This guy even bullshits outside the Bible with remarks about the Jew hoax “Entebbe”. This video is live so when it is complete I will expose every one of this blockheaded Jews lies.

Think about all the wars we have been in because of JEWS, all the young men killed for Jew lies and not one of our leaders can tell the Jews to go to hell, instead in our faces do the opposite!

 

Tomorrow bent over at Yad Vashem- what a disgrace to humanity!

 

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