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1 Samson  Fri, Mar 18, 2011 1:03:45pm

Helen Thomas does not claim to be Palestinian, but is of Lebanese ancestry. I am sure she would be welcome to "go back from where she came" in Lebanon any time. Oddly enough, I never hear her complain about Hezbullah occupying her country of ancestry, which must be the Jews - I mean the Zionists - fault anyway. As a Christian, I never hear her complain about mistreatment of Christians and other minorities in Lebanon and throughout the Arab and Muslim world, not to mention oppression and persecution of women, gays, etc. I guess that must be the fault of the Jews - sorry, I meant to say Zionists - as well.

Almost no Jews left in the Arab/Muslim world you say? Further proof that it is an international conspiracy by the Jews - I mean Zionists - to control the world and keep the Muslim world oppressed via the media and financial systems. Anyway, it's all in her Playboy interview. As the introduction states:

"...Based in Los Angeles, Hochman flew to Washington to meet Thomas at her apartment near Dupont Circle. They also broke bread at her favorite Palestinian restaurant. “I was curious whether I’d find the ranting woman from the YouTube video,” Hochman says. “She turned out to be a person in full possession of her faculties and impressively articulate. Mostly she was the Thomas the public has known forever: feisty, passionate and not afraid to speak up.” Does Hochman, who is Jewish, believe Thomas is an anti-Semite? “I’ll let the reader decide. But I did think it was amusing when she presented a plate of ham sandwiches and then said, ‘Oh, I hope I haven’t served the wrong thing.’ ”

Let's see, she presented a plate of ham sandwiches to her Jewish interviewer while they "broke bread" at her favorite Palestinian restaurant. I would say she served the wrong thing, but what do I know.

2 Bob Levin  Fri, Mar 18, 2011 1:36:59pm

Aricept.

She's still antisemitic--because of her insistence on changing history. But she needs Aricept.

3 sliv_the_eli  Fri, Mar 18, 2011 4:08:04pm

re: #2 Bob Levin

Aricept.

She's still antisemitic--because of her insistence on changing history. But she needs Aricept.

I was thinking curare, but, not being a pharmacist or medical professional, I sometimes make mistakes in prescribing drugs.

4 Bob Levin  Fri, Mar 18, 2011 4:12:48pm

re: #3 sliv_the_eli

It would eliminate the Alzheimer symptoms. I've seen medications advertised on TV with the same side effects.

5 Buck  Fri, Mar 18, 2011 11:14:43pm

It is not mental illness, it is racism. She has been this way for all of her adult life.


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