‘Comedy Central’ proves they’re anti-Semites

Reposting. Just another poor brainwashed Jew who thinks his race and country is being unfairly targeted.

posted by Carl in Jerusalem

Just a month ago, ‘Comedy Central’ censored an episode of its popular South Park show under threats from Islamic extremists.

But when it comes to Jews, virulent anti-Semitism is the order of the day at the ‘comedy’ network.

Currently appearing on Comedy Central’s website is a game called “I.S.R.A.E.L. Attack!”.

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.

In other words, the association made by the game is Israel as child killer. They’re not exaggerating. Go click through and watch the ‘game’s opening.

This is not the first instance of anti-Semitism at ‘Comedy Central.’

But it’s certainly the most blatant.

I wouldn’t watch ‘Comedy Central’ and I wouldn’t patronize their advertisers. This is unbelievable. 😂😂😂

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