The typical American is…

  • A racist. A sexist. A homophobe.
  • An Islamo-phobe.
  • Willing to invade other countries for oil and pleasure.
  • Easily manipulated by Rush Limbaugh and Jews.
  • The cause of global warming.

That is what is on posters for counter-demonstrations of Islamo-Fascism Awareness Week. Note the list of stellar dignitaries at this counter-demonstration.

The campaign mounted by campus leftists against Islamo-Fascism Awareness Week, which is scheduled to take place on more than 100 campuses during the week of October 22-26 has taken a new turn with the announcement of a counter-protest at the Washington Monument. The protest, which will be called “American Fascism Awareness Day” is being organized by Adam Kokesh of Iraq Veterans Against the War, the Revolutionary Communist Party, Students for Justice In Palestine, and the American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee among others and will feature speakers such as congressman Dennis Kucinich and presidential candidate Ron Paul, anti-war activists Cindy Sheehan and Harry Karry and actor Sean Penn. According to a spokesperson for the Revolutionary Communist Party, one of the sponsors of the event, “This is an answer to the Jew Horowitz and the neo-conservative Zionists who dragged us into an imperialist war in Iraq and are spreading hatred against Muslims to support their war plans against the Republic of Iran.”

“The Jew Horowitz.” Nice, eh? Tolerant, compassionate, all that rot. Arbeit macht frei to all of you leftys, too! Read more on FrontPage Magazine online.

4 thoughts on “The typical American is…”

  1. Looks like the whole thing is fake. The scheduled date is 11/31 and there is no 11/31. The Ron Paul camp calls this a scam.

  2. I expect a response on the FrontPage home page if you are correct. I will post the retraction if it’s available. However… for a political group that includes Kucinich and Sean Penn, the “11/31” error is not a stretch, if you get my drift.

  3. from the unoffical Ron Paul website:
    “Here’s the punch line: The Event is scheduled for NOVEMBER 31, 2007. Of course, there is no Nov. 31 on the calendar. And none of the organizations listed mentions the “event” on their websites, and a Google search for “American Fascism Awareness Day” produces only mentions of the FrontPageMag article.”

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