The Sunday Funnies - Effigies, Cartoons Meet The Press


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PERIDOT is an American writer living abroad.

Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan went to church in Chicago on Thursday, invited by a radical far-left Antisemite hiding under a priest's collar. While Farrakhan was dumping out the Antisemitic sewage stored in his heart, his supporters couldn't help but wonder why he hadn't published his blatant Antisemitic talk in the Opinion pages of The New York Times.

U.S. Democrat Party members will once again be entertaining the far-left media this week with Antisemitic and Anti-Israel speech, disguised as democracy.

UK Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn admitted today that he cannot understand how Antisemitism has resurfaced under his leadership, as the disease has been lying dormant for years.

The New York Times “disciplined” their “single editor” recently, responsible for printing two Antisemitic cartoons within days of each other. Following the publication of the first cartoon, the paper profusely apologized and promised “significant changes”, as their “single editor” was “working without adequate oversight” because of a “faulty process”.

However, two days later the “single editor” with no name struck again, or so it seemed! Apparently the “significant changes” had not yet been implemented and the Antisemitic cartoons were printing themselves without “adequate oversight”.

The cartoons ran in the Opinion pages of The New York Times international edition, which just happened to coincide with Greek Orthodox Easter Week, but did not compete with the burning of the effigies of Judas on Greek Easter Sunday in Greece.

Roman Governor of Judea Pontius Pilate called Athens today, wanting to know where his effigy is.

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