The Patriot(s)


~Jews are involved in every single thing there is today. They are rubbing it in our faces and the lemmings STILL cant figure it out.
It would be antisemitic and a holocaust if New York should win, but then again, they own that team too. Imagine playing football all your life and being told you must wear a yarmulke before the big game? It will happen soon.
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4 Responses to The Patriot(s)

  1. GTRman says:

    I saw Jamie Oliver visit Leeds’ “vibrant jewish community ” to get a chicken soup recipe from some local yentas .

    I turned on BBC radio 4 , only to hear that 25 year old holocaust comic “Maus ” being reverentially discussed …

    Yes , EVERYTHING is now jewish .

    Chicken Superbowl .

  2. melgibstein says:

    Tom Brady, who may be a Jew himself, married a Jewess and looks like his sister married a baseball player involved with “Moneyball”. From Wiki
    Kevin Edmund Youkilis (play /ˈjuːkəlɪs/; born March 15, 1979), also known as “Youk” (play /ˈjuːk/), is an American professional baseball player with the Boston Red Sox of Major League Baseball. A native of Cincinnati, Ohio, he was drafted by the Red Sox in 2001 after playing college baseball at the University of Cincinnati.

    Known for his ability to get on base, Youkilis (while still a minor leaguer) was nicknamed “The Greek God of Walks” in the best-selling book, Moneyball: The Art of Winning an Unfair Game. A Gold Glove Award-winning first baseman, he once held baseball’s record for most consecutive errorless games at first base (later broken by Casey Kotchman).[2][3] He is also a two-time MLB All-Star, two-time World Series Champion, and winner of the 2008 Hank Aaron Award.

    Background and early career-

    The Youkilis family name has an unusual history.[8] His Jewish great-great-great-grandfather, a native of 19th-century Romania, moved to Greece at the age of 16 to avoid conscription at the hands of the notoriously anti-Semitic Cossacks.[4][8] He became homesick, however, and returned to Romania after a couple of years, although he changed his surname from “Weiner” to the Greek name, “Youkilis”, to avoid army and jail.[8]

    “People have come up to me and starting speaking Greek to me and I don’t speak it,” Youkilis said. “I feel bad. Ever since I was in Lowell (Class A), people have thought I was Greek. People shout at me, ‘I’m Greek, you’re Greek.’ But I’m not.”[9]

    Youkilis is the son of a Romanian Jewish jewelry wholesaler, who Youkilis has described as a “well-known third baseman in the Jewish Community Center fast-pitch softball league.”[6][10] At the age of 14, Youkilis had an uncredited one-line speaking role in the romantic comedy film, Milk Money.[11] He attended Sycamore High School in the northeastern suburbs of Cincinnati, where he played third base, shortstop, first base, and the outfield for the school team which won the AAU National Championship in 1994, and he was the only player to homer off of current Rockies pitcher Aaron Cook in high school.[7][12][13]

    I bet the coaches went out of their way for Weiner like they did in my school. The white athletes were all drunks and drug addicts that were too far gone to help. Now Shaquille ONeal, they helped him graduate college somehow (how is that so?). My Jewish coaches hid in the beer stores so they could throw us off the team.

  3. Justin Cheon says:

    I like your writing style truly loving this web site. “My home is not a place, it is people.” by Lois McMaster Bujold.

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