John Rothmann: Hypocrite on Racism

Silverwolf was fairly sickened the other evening to hear Democrat talk-show host, John Rothmann, refer to Ron Paul as an “anti-Semite” in spite of Dr. Paul’s renunciations as to his having written any of the controversial material that occurred in the newsletters carrying his name. As Silverwolf has discussed previously, he reviewed the passages on David Duke and Zundel in the newsletters and could not call them “anti-Semitic”. In light of Dr. Paul’s long association with Murray Rothbard, Aaron Russo, Walter Block, Bert Blumert, and his admiration for Ludwig Mises, Frederick Hayek, Ayn Rand, Nathaniel Branden, Dr. Martin Luther King, and Rosa Parks, and in light of the fact that Austin, TX NAACP leader, Nelson Lender, who has known Dr. Paul for 20 years, stated that in his opinion Dr. Paul is not a racist, it is interesting to ponder Rothmann’s character assassination. To call someone a racist when they are not is a serious crime, the crime of character assassination. People ought to be absolutely sure when they throw around such charges.

Now our previous blog dealt with the hypocrisy of those who call Dr. Paul a racist, but then warmly support Barack Obama. Silverwolf pointed out that Obama belongs to a church which gave its Man of the Year Award to the racist Jew-baiter, Louis Farrakhan, a fitting successor to the war-criminal Jules Streicher. He has also embraced the Jew-hater Al Sharpton. Now, this does not necessarily mean that Obama is an anti-Semite; but it does mean that he is willing to entertain warm relations with those who try to incite violence and hatred against Jews.

A few minutes after Rothmann charged that Dr. Paul was an anti-Semite, a woman caller phoned in and pointed out the very points that Silverwolf has pointedly made regarding Obama’s long association with these racist miscreants — and what was Rothmann’s response? A hurried defense of Obama, stating over and over that he has supported Israel as a Senator, etc. and completely sloughing off and ignoring the fact that he belongs to a church (and a church that pointedly defines itself as a Black church — one wonders what the reaction would be if Dr. Paul belonged to a church that defined itself as a “White” church) that has given its highest award to a rabid racist. When the woman reiterated the fact that this congregation had given it’s highest award to a racist, Rothmann countered that his Rabbi had recently been charged with some form of sexual misconduct, but that did not necessarily reflect the views of the congregation on sexual harassment. But this, of course, is a completely specious parallel, and won’t wash,  and someone as erudite in the art and subtleties of forensics as John Rothmann knows it. The whole congregation endorsing racism by giving its highest award to a racist is not the same thing morally as the sexual pecadilloes of the Rabbi, which reflects only on his own character, and will be rectified once he is replaced.

As  Mr. J Krishnamurti said, when you’re making propaganda, it’s a lie.

 That woman caller called Rothmann on his inconsistency, but he finally calmed her down enough to where she “hoped” Obama was not a racist. Modern American compromise.

Now, Silverwolf is not calling Obama a racist. But he is saying that he is willing to hang out with and embrace rabid Jew-haters like Sharpton, something that John Rothmann doesn’t seem to mind one iota, while Dr. Paul, who almost certainly didn’t write the scat that contaminates his newsletters, not only speaks, but also acts, against the racist drug-legislation that has enabled Bill Clinton, Hilary Clinton, and Barack Obama to jail and ruin the lives of so many Black Folks, folks who will be pardoned and released on day one if Dr. Paul is elected president.

And Rothmann’s final out, in any conversation where perceptive callers point out the putrid politics of the Democratic frontrunners, is to ask them about the Supreme Court and a woman’s right to choose, and what will happen if “any” Republican wins. I wonder that Rothmann never seems to care about the rights of the terminally ill to choose to end their pain by using heroin, something the Democratic drug-warriors have denied to the terminally ill for years, so that probably millions of Americans have died in excruciating agony because a Fascist caitiff like Bill Clinton didn’t have the guts once in his eight years in office to fight for the rights of the dying. And let’s not forget that $400-a- haircut Edwards, the “man of the people” with his 31 million dollars, is so morally bankrupt that he even opposes the medical use of cannabis, according to NORML. What moral trashbins these “people” are.

And those who have listened to Dr. Paul know that if that “Republican” is elected, not only will the racist drug-laws be chucked out in a day, and the millions of Black, White and Hispanic prisoners be freed, but the terminally ill, now rotting in pain and agony in the hospices of America will have new hope that their pain will be assuaged. Thank you, Ron Paul, for caring about society’s true underdogs.

And as for John Rothmann, the Hypocrite of Racism, he is truly “a shanda fur der Goyim” — a disgrace in front of the Gentiles.

Silverwolf will howl to that.

Hooooooooooooooooooowwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww. — Silverwolf

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15 Responses to “John Rothmann: Hypocrite on Racism”

  1. Presidential election 2008 |Republicans Vs. Democrats » John Rothmann: Hypocrite of Racism Says:

    […] Ron Chusid wrote an interesting post today onHere’s a quick excerptPaul, who almost certainly didn’t write the scat that contaminates his newsletters, not only speaks, but also acts, against the racist drug-legislation that has enabled Bill Clinton, Hilary Clinton, and Barack Obama to jail and ruin the … Read the rest of this great post here Posted by […]

  2. Ron Paul » Blog Archive » John Rothmann: Hypocrite of Racism Says:

    […] Berin M. Szoka wrote an interesting post today onHere’s a quick excerptSilverwolf was fairly sickened the other evening to hear Democrat talk-show host, John Rothmann, refer to Ron Paul as an “anti-Semite” in spite of the renunciations of Dr. Paul as to his having written any of the controversial material that occurred in the newsletters carrying his name. As Silverwolf has discussed previously, he reviewed the passages on David Duke and Zundel in the newsletters and could not call them “anti-Semitic”. In light of Dr. Paul’s long association with Murray Rothbard, Aaron Russo, Walter Block, Bert Blumert, and his admiration for Ludwig Mises, Frederick Hayek, Ayn Rand, Nathaniel Branden, Dr. Martin Luther King, and Rosa Parks, and in light of the fact that Austin, TX NAACP leader, Nelson Lender, who has known Dr. Paul for 20 years, stated that in his opinion Dr. Paul is not a racist, it is interesting to ponder Rothmann’s character assassination. To call someone a racist […] […]

  3. lobobreed Says:

    A re-direct site is claiming that this post was written by Ron Chusid. This is false. Silverwolf is not Ron Chusid. — Silverwolf

  4. Dr Ronald Paul Says:

    […] John Rothmann: Hypocrite of Racism […]

  5. lobobreed Says:

    A re-direct site is claiming that this post was written by Berin M. Szoka. This is false. Silverwolf is not Berin M. Szoka. Gee, guys, why don’t you write your own blogs instead of claiming you’ve written mine. — Silverwolf

  6. Timur Rozenfeld Says:

    Yes, I was about to ask you what was going on!

  7. lobobreed Says:

    Timur — When you say “going on”, to what are you referring? Mr. Rothmann, the cosmos, or the plagiaristic claims? — Silverwolf

  8. Timur Rozenfeld Says:

    The plagiaristic claims.

  9. lobobreed Says:

    Timur — I suspect that it is an innocent mistake. When these sites say “Joe Bloe wrote an interesting post today,” and then quote part of my blog, they perhaps mean that person submitted it to their attention. I can’t conceive of anyone actually wanting to take the blame for my blogs. — Silverwolf

  10. Timur Rozenfeld Says:

    Did you see today’s debate? If that wasn’t an example of fascism, I don’t know what is. I think Herr Goebels would have been proud of Anderson Cooper and his service to the Fatherland.

  11. lobobreed Says:

    Timur — No, I haven’t seen it yet. Is that the LA Times one in Simi Valley at the “Reagan Library” — sounds like a non sequitor. Maybe I can find it online. I usually just watch the bits with Dr. Paul so I don’t puke. Are all the other politicians still dead, or have they come around yet? I did see a few of them flapping around, moving their lips, wallowing in their pens, so maybe they are alive still? Maybe Anderson Cooper studied with Leni Riefenstahl? How many innocent people did she help get murdered with her propaganda?— Silverwolf

  12. lobobreed Says:

    Timur — I just watched the debate bits of Dr. Paul. He was in good form, as usual. A prophet speaking truth to a nation that doesn’t want to hear it, while McCain and Willard Romney smirk in their embarrassment, as they have to sit there and be confronted by the contradictions of their positions. So much truth, and it garners only 3% for Dr. Paul in Florida. Truly a great tragedy for a once-great nation. — Silverwolf

  13. Timur Rozenfeld Says:

    My friends, I am a foot soldier in the Reagan Revolution fighting against global Jihadist Islamist Islamofascism. They call me the sheriff and whenever I see Putin, I think KGB. I was in a charge of a Navy Flotilla and I intend to run the economy the same way because I know nothing about economics and will rely on other people to tell me what to do. I supported the surge and will sacriface anything and anyone to see it through, no matter the cost in lives or treasure. Because I am the sheriff and I stopped the bridge to nowhere and have been involved in every national security disaster over the last 30 years. My friends, I am a foot soldier in the Reagan Revolution fighting against global…

  14. Rita Says:

    I have trouble with your analogy of Rothmanns defense of Obama–
    Just because the church Obama attends defends racist known people
    doesn’t automatically make Obama or anyone else for that matter
    a racist–
    To me, any name calling “racist, Jew, oh my he’s a Catholic”
    is meaning less–
    I do like your blog very much, Silverwolf==Your writing and
    your “take” on subjects is intelligent”you do your homework”
    not mean either and there’s a certain gentleness I feel–

  15. lobobreed Says:

    Rita — Thanks for commenting. I am not saying Obama is a racist — personally I don’t believe he is, he’s too smart — but I think his associations with Sharpton, and his belonging to a church that gives its highest award to Farrakhan are completely contradictory. Instead of replying here more longwindedly, I would refer you to Silverwolf’s blog on “Ron Paul, Barack Obama, and Ray Taliaferro: Racism and Racism” for a full expository of my arguments.
    Imagine if Dr. Paul were photographed embracing David Duke with big smiles on their faces. Imagine if the church he belonged were to give its “Man of the Year” award to George Wallace, when he was a segregationist, or Governor Awful Faubus, or George Lincoln Rockwell or Theodore Bilbo or Father Caughlin. Image if Dr. Paul’s church defined itself as a “White” church, just as Obama’s defines itself as a “Black church” and not only a Black church, but a “Black, middleclass, church”. I went to their website myself to check it out. Imagine if Dr. Paul belonged to a church that defined itself as not only “White” but also middle class. “Let’s keep that poor white trash outa here!” is what they’re really saying. And I always thought that Christianity, like the Libertarian Party, was a Big Tent affair.
    Churchill said, have no contact with the Nazi. Racism (along with socialism) is one of the key elements of Nazi doctrine. Therefore, anyone who belongs to a “church” that holds such racist putrid doctrines, or is so blindly insensitive and stupid as to give its highest award to a racist jackanapes like Louis Farrakhan, certainly isn’t fit to be President of the United States.
    I appreciate the appreciative comments on the blog. — Silverwolf

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