Monday, May 17, 2010

Comedy Central's Anti-Semitic Game

Comedy Central, which folded like a cheap camera, and censored an episode of South Park depicting Mohammed, has returned to its "heroic" stand as a staunch supporter of freedom of speech by placing a game on its website that is basically an incitement to anti-Semitism.  As Honest Reporting states:

The premise of this game has nothing to do with Israel and, as such, is nothing more than an insidious attempt at association. The game's introduction begins with a character who states:

You lied to me, Jew Producer
referring to a character who has failed to carry out a mission to destroy other child-like cartoon characters. If this piece of anti-Semitism isn't bad enough, a robot - the Intelligent Smart Robot Animation Eraser Lady - is sent to do the job that the Jew Producer failed to achieve.

The character openly calls the robot by its acronym - ISRAEL - and the association created by those behind this game is unmistakable - Israel the child killer.

The game then involves the robot destroying everything and everyone in its path, including children and animals.
Since 2005, local versions of Comedy Central have been launched in Poland, Germany, the Netherlands, Italy, Sweden, Hungary, Ireland and New Zealand. Most of these countries have had a history of virulent anti-Semitism in the past, and some even in the present. Comedy Central will encourage more.

Sumner Redstone, a Jew, controls 80% of the voting block in Viacom.

If you are a shareholder in Viacom, voice your concern for this outrageous behavior.

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