American Defense League, submitted by rudy. You've probably heard about the ADL, the Anti-Defamtion League. It exists to combat the negative stereotyping of minorities and historically oppressed groups. On the other side of the fence is a different ADL, and American Defense League, which exists to protect us all from the Anti-Defamation League's heinous lies and demonic pro-Jewish agenda.
The American Defense League sees the insidious Jewish conspiracies at work all around us for what they really are. For instance, did you know that only a few years ago, Russian Jews who immigrated to America sought veteran benefits just because they were veterans? It's true! And the Jewish uber-organization that secretly runs our media, economy, and government didn't even try to get all of these Russian Jews to relocate to the tiny, war-torn hellzone of Israel! The nerve!
National Security Advisor Condoleeza Rice and Secretary of State Colin Powell serve Israel's interests under orders from Jews who herded their ancestors like cattle and sold them as slaves. We call on our African-American brothers and sisters to join us in denouncing traitors in our midst.
That's right, the Jews were solely responsible for slavery in America. Oh, if only black people everywhere would see the light, stop helping the Jewish devils who immigrated to this country in the last three generations, and start helping the white, Christian majority whose families have been in this country since their forefathers built their humble plantations back in the 1700's!
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