Friday, October 1, 2010

Adios: Rick Sanchez, Fired from CNN. . .Har! Har! Har!

I was rather pleased when I heard this news. Anyone that can still be on the air after plowing over people while driving drunk and fleeing the scene of the collision, is still beyond my comprehension. Especially, on a national level such as CNN. Hell, I wouldn't let him wash cars.

Sanchez invited me to an interview under completely false pretenses. It turned out to be what I call an “ambush” interview. Throughout the interview I forced myself to bite my tongue about his driving skills while under the influence of alcohol. Looking back, I really should have said something. He had it coming. I’d like to think I’m whiter than that though.

Rick Sanchez "Names The Jew" On Pete Dominick's "Stand Up" Show, Gets Fired From CNN: Any More Doubts About Jewish Media Domination?

Rick Sanchez is certainly no friend of the White community, particularly racialist Whites. Back on July 22nd, 2010, he conducted a biased and hostile interview with NSM activist Harry Hughes, who was attempting to explain his participation in J.T. Ready's Border Guard operation down in Arizona and educate the public on the facts. Thus the purpose of this post is NOT to evoke any sympathy for Rick Sanchez, but to further expose Jewish domination of the mass media in the United States and its effects. In December 2008, L.A. Times Jewish columnist Joel Stein openly acknowledged and celebrated Jewish domination of the entertainment industry in Hollywood.

Despite speaking the truth, Sanchez really put his foot in his mouth. . .

“Yeah,” Sanchez snickered sarcastically at the idea that Jews are as much minorities as Latinos in the US.

"Very powerless people… [snickers] He’s such a minority, I mean, you know [sarcastically]… Please, what are you kidding? … I’m telling you that everybody who runs CNN is a lot like Stewart, and a lot of people who run all the other networks are a lot like Stewart, and to imply that somehow they — the people in this country who are Jewish — are an oppressed minority? Yeah." [sarcastically]

That’s right, CNN anchor Rick Sanchez basically suggested that Jews have run the media.

Pete asked, “They can’t relate to that? A Jewish person doesn’t have a constant fear in the back of their head that we could [inaudible] the Holocaust?”

“I think his father could,” Sanchez replied, referring to Stewart.

“I think every Jewish person feels that way,” Pete said.

“I hope so,” Sanchez responded.

Sanchez also suggested Jews in general, at least of his generation or younger, are not discriminated against, though they might hear the occasional Jew joke now and again.

"I grew up not speaking English, dealing with real prejudice every day as a kid; watching my dad work in a factory, wash dishes, drive a truck, get spit on. I’ve been told that I can’t do certain things in life simply because I was a Hispanic. My friends who are black, I’ve seen that with them; I’ve seen that with a lot of minorities. I can’t really think — although I understand the plight of Jews, and all the experiences, and the things that have happened historically for them — but I can’t say that my buddy Glen or my buddy Izzy who I grew up with in South Florida ever were prejudiced against directly simply because they were Jewish. There may have been jokes around them or about other things, but it’s kinda — you know what I’m saying, it’s kind of a different thing".

“No, I don’t,” Pete replied.

“I can’t see somebody not getting a job somewhere because they’re Jewish,” Sanchez added.

Rick Sanchez in hot water for proclaiming... "Jews run CNN and the entire media" (true)

"Jews are not an oppressed minority but a powerful and wealthy and successful population. It would be crazy to say they are victims. The Jews have much of the power in the media and have plenty of power else where to never have to face the stuff other ethnic-groups in America have and still face."

CNN issued a statement that Sanchez was no longer with the network. It couldn't happen to a nicer guy. I wonder what he'll do next.

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“You're not the car you drive. You're not the contents of your wallet. You're not your fucking khakis. You're the all-singing, all-dancing crap of the world.” --Tyler Durden