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The Jewish obsession with feces is very disturbing, and very real. In fact, it is openly admitted by many Jews.

In an article called The Past, and Future, of Jewish Humor, the Jewish writer Uriel Heilman writes:

“And if it’s scatological, all the better.”

“For a Jew, a bowel movement is an event,” Waldoks declared. “That’s why there’s so much bathroom humor.”(1)

Tablet magazine columnist Marjorie Ingall had this to say about the Jewish fecal obsession:

“Jews have a fine tradition of scatological humor.” “When new [Jewish] moms get together they love talking about poop.”(2)

In a weird article about toilet training, Jewess Carla Naumburg proudly states:

“We talk about poop a lot in my family. You might think it’s just because we’re the parents of a toddler and an infant, and that’s definitely part of it. But we’re also Jews, so it comes naturally to us.”(3)

buttA Jew named Howard Rheingold has a blog titled Howard’s Butt, where he writes extensively about his rectal cancer. In this blog we find yet another glowing reference to the bowel process:

“A lot of psycho-social-sexual-mythological energy flows forth from our organ of shit,”(4)

Jewish actress Tori Spelling made a blog entry about plunging a toilet for her toddler entitled Poo’s funny…Sometimes! Here’s what she said:

“I’m NOT shit shy. In fact, I’m a Poo Fanatic and a fart joke fan to the extreme. I even have the childhood cartoon books “The Gas We Pass” and “Everybody Poo’s!” proudly displayed on my mantle while my unused copy of “War and Peace” collects dust buried in my sock drawer. Hey, I’m a self-professed and mildly obsessed Poo Lover and not ashamed to admit it. Shit’s funny!”(5)

This unhealthy obsession has also been recognized and noted upon by many well respected antisemitic researchers. Michael Collins Piper of American Free Press had the following to say on page 423 of his book The Confessions of an Anti-Semite:

“And speaking of toilet “humor,” I must be honest in saying that it’s probably no coincidence that, over the years, when I’ve received emails from people upset about my opposition to Israel that the messages-which are usually posed in a scoffing, sarcastic, belittling tone-most always contain allusions to bodily functions in one form or another. I do not exaggerate. In fact, not once, but twice-and I kid you not-Jewish critics have even made references to dirty diapers, the presumptive “humor” being in the fact, as the writers made clear, that my last name [Piper] happens to rhyme with diaper. Juvenile, to be sure, but a sad reflection on the peculiar mindset of my Jewish critics.”

The late Dr. William Pierce of the National Alliance made these remarks in an April 2001 radio broadcast/article entitled Shocking Differences:

“This is something I first noticed when I was a junior high school student in Dallas, Texas. The school I attended was in one of Dallas’ wealthier suburbs, and there were a number of Jews in the school. What I and several of my classmates noticed about the Jews was their uniquely Jewish sense of humor. One doesn’t expect much delicacy in the jokes told by 14-year-olds, of course, but the thing that made the jokes that appealed especially to the Jews stand out was their scatological content. Nearly every Jewish joke involved excrement in one way or another. As I said, this Jewish tendency was so pronounced that I and my Gentile classmates noticed it and commented on it, even though we didn’t understand it. And it wasn’t that we had an exceptionally large number of budding Howard Sterns among our Jewish classmates. The inclination toward scatology is a general Jewish characteristic. Jews themselves, including Jewish psychologists, have commented on this Jewish trait often, explaining it in terms of the collective Jewish experience throughout history. It is real, and it is quite noticeable.”

He then tells an anecdote about Jewish run MTV:

“I don’t watch MTV myself, and I suspect that most White parents of teenaged girls, even very liberal and trendy parents, also don’t pay attention to what their daughters are being indoctrinated with by Sumner Redstone’s MTV. An example of which I recently became aware was brought to my attention by the filing just last week of a lawsuit against MTV in Los Angeles Superior Court. Let me give you the details: three months ago, on January 21, MTV was taping a pilot for a new show called Dude, This Sucks. Some teenaged girls were visiting the studio during the taping. A studio employee instructed them to stand on the stage in a certain place for a part of the show in which a pair of performers known as the “Shower Rangers” were to go through their routine. The girls were not told what the performance would be or how they would be involved in it.

The “Shower Rangers” were two men dressed in Boy Scout uniforms. They came on stage, turned their backs to the camera and to the teenaged spectators on the stage, dropped their trousers, bent over, and let fly with a shower of semi-liquid feces, spattering the unsuspecting girls from head to foot. Apparently they had dosed themselves with a powerful laxative prior to the performance.

To Jews, including billionaire Jewish media moguls like the owner of CBS and MTV, Sumner Redstone, this sort of thing is hilariously funny. It’s their idea of humor. Unfortunately for MTV, however, the girls who were sprayed by MTV’s “Shower Rangers” weren’t amused, nor were their parents. Last week two of the girls sued. One of them told the court:

“We were having a good time until the second act of Dude, This Sucks went on. All of a sudden I was smelling something disgusting, and I started to gag. I looked around at my friends. They were covered in something. As I looked down at myself I realized that I was too.”

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