Tuesday, March 01, 2011

More Antisemitic Idiocy

Or to quote Martin Amis: "The Moronic Inferno".
Everybody hates London's 2012 Olympic logo. It is butt ugly. Offensively unimaginative. Amateurish. An eyesore.
But the Iranian government hates it because, according to them, it spells the word "Zion", revealing a Zionist conspiracy behind the games. Therefore, they are threatening to boycott the Olympics. We should be so lucky!

Some people claim it looks like a swastika. I actually believe it spells "ZORZ", which is a sign of conspiracy of aliens from Evil Planet ZORZ from the galaxy of YORTZ, who are planning to take over the games and hypnotize us all to show us how hatefully stupid humans can be.

Do we need Iran to participate in the games? Not really. Do the oppressed people of Iran need to see their athletes compete with the rest of the world so as not to feel like the pariah nation its evil, benighted leaders insist on making it? Certainly.
Iran is not punishing the world by boycotting the Olympics. It continues to cruelly punish its own people by humiliating them with its theocratic, obscurantist, antisemitic, antidemocratic lunacy.
The only positive byproduct of the recent antisemitic internet-driven frenzy is that it clearly demonstrates how utterly retarded, moronic and imbecilic antisemitism is.
The more people spout it, the stupider and crazier they seem.

Today I read in People Magazine that Oscar winner Natalie Portman, disassociated herself with Dior (she was hired to shill one of their perfumes) because of John Galliano and his love for Hitler.  Perhaps Galliano is not aware that he'd be second in line to the gas chambers right after the Jews for being a homosexual.
But the point is that Portman did and said the right thing:
"I am deeply shocked and disgusted by the video" Portman, 29, said in a statement from Los Angeles. "In light of this video, and as an individual who is proud to be Jewish, I will not be associated with Mr. Galliano in any way."  She adds, "I hope at the very least, these terrible comments remind us to reflect and act upon combating these still-existing prejudices that are the opposite of all that is beautiful."
The bold lettering is mine. Good for you, Portman. The sad part is that the comments section in the online edition of People has been disabled. I wonder why.
The ZORZians from the YORTZ galaxy are coming, and all you morons are not gonna like it when they get here.


  1. Anonymous1:46 PM

    yes. but if you want to be clear about who is an asshole, and not enter the dodgy territory of identifying regimes with people, you ought perhaps to say "the Irani gov't" as opposed to "in Iran" right at the beginning...

  2. Good point. Correction made.