Comedy Central and Anti-Semitism

Lauri Regan
Question:  What do Comedy Central and the Palestinian Authority have in common?
Answer:  Children’s programming designed to indoctrinate the masses into believing that Israel is a baby-killing, immoral machine.

Apparently, Comedy Central’s political correctness begins with respect for Islam and ends with blatant anti-Semitism. While censoring a South Park episode that was offensive to Muslims and resulted in the ever-expected death threats to infidels, Comedy Central apparently feels no compunction about depicting Israel as a violent, child killing machine.

As HonestReporting.com points out:

“Recently, the Comedy Central TV network censored an episode of the popular South Park cartoon following threats from Islamic extremists offended at the show's portrayal of the Prophet Mohammad. But while Comedy Central was perceived to have caved in on a matter of free speech, it appears that the network exercises double standards when it comes to producing genuinely offensive material.”

The game appearing on the Comedy Central website is called "I.S.R.A.E.L. Attack!" It begins with a character stating, “You lied to me, Jew Producer” for the “Jew Producer’s” failure to kill child-like cartoons. Instead, a robot named the Intelligent Smart Robot Animation Eraser Lady, aka, “Israel,” is then sent to complete the job.

This is so offensive that it is incomprehensible that any executive over at Comedy Central thought that it was acceptable to produce, let alone post, and get away with without a huge public outcry. I have recently written about “The Mainstreaming of Anti-Semitism” but this has reached a new low. Don’t let Comedy Central get away with this. Anti-Semitism is not a game, it is a disease. And it is quickly spreading.

HonestReporting posted the following:

“This inappropriate and offensive game, aimed at children as well as adults, should not appear on Comedy Central's website or any other mainstream media outlet.

At the time of writing, Comedy Central's website feedback form is not operational so please go to the programming feedback form, select Other in the Topic section and demand that Comedy Central remove this offensive game from its website.

Join our new Facebook group dedicated to spreading this campaign to a wider audience.”

Question:  What do Comedy Central and the Palestinian Authority have in common?
Answer:  Children’s programming designed to indoctrinate the masses into believing that Israel is a baby-killing, immoral machine.

Apparently, Comedy Central’s political correctness begins with respect for Islam and ends with blatant anti-Semitism. While censoring a South Park episode that was offensive to Muslims and resulted in the ever-expected death threats to infidels, Comedy Central apparently feels no compunction about depicting Israel as a violent, child killing machine.

As HonestReporting.com points out:

“Recently, the Comedy Central TV network censored an episode of the popular South Park cartoon following threats from Islamic extremists offended at the show's portrayal of the Prophet Mohammad. But while Comedy Central was perceived to have caved in on a matter of free speech, it appears that the network exercises double standards when it comes to producing genuinely offensive material.”

The game appearing on the Comedy Central website is called "I.S.R.A.E.L. Attack!" It begins with a character stating, “You lied to me, Jew Producer” for the “Jew Producer’s” failure to kill child-like cartoons. Instead, a robot named the Intelligent Smart Robot Animation Eraser Lady, aka, “Israel,” is then sent to complete the job.

This is so offensive that it is incomprehensible that any executive over at Comedy Central thought that it was acceptable to produce, let alone post, and get away with without a huge public outcry. I have recently written about “The Mainstreaming of Anti-Semitism” but this has reached a new low. Don’t let Comedy Central get away with this. Anti-Semitism is not a game, it is a disease. And it is quickly spreading.

HonestReporting posted the following:

“This inappropriate and offensive game, aimed at children as well as adults, should not appear on Comedy Central's website or any other mainstream media outlet.

At the time of writing, Comedy Central's website feedback form is not operational so please go to the programming feedback form, select Other in the Topic section and demand that Comedy Central remove this offensive game from its website.

Join our new Facebook group dedicated to spreading this campaign to a wider audience.”