Friday, October 21, 2005


Head of the New Black Panther Party and Drunkablog hero Malik Shabazz was on Michael Medved's radio show today, along with filmmaker Mark Levin, whose new movie Protocols of Zion is an attempt "to understand and challenge those who believe that the Jews were responsible for 9/11." Naturally, Malik, as one of the more prominent of those believers, was interviewed for the movie.

To Medved, Malik spouted the usual "how can I be anti-semitic when I'm a semite" line (actually he went that one better: "I'm a Muslim, I'm a Jew, I'm the original man"). For his part Medved threatened to throw Malik off the show if he didn't quit claiming that 2 million Palestinians were forced from their homes by Israel in 1948 ("Even Arafat never claimed that many.")

So an idiotic argument over whether Jews were warned not to go to work on 9/11 quickly degenerated into Malik's even stupider spluttering about reparations, the "uncounted" number of Palestinians killed by Israel, and Malik's belief that Medved doesn't "even have the spiritual heart to realize that the real racist organization is the United States."

In other words, yada yada blah blah, oink oink, tweet. The one great moment was the caller who--in the midst of all this islamist-black power cant--identified himself as "Joe from the Great White North." He didn't mean anything by it, he was just greeting Medved in a jocular manner.

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