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‘Family Guy’ attacked by Holocaust denier

by Brad A. Greenberg

September 15, 2008 | 3:06 pm

Who knew “Family Guy” was in on the Jewish world conspiracy? How did they get a seat at the table with the Elders of Zion?

The Web Guy sent me this video, and at first I assumed its producer, John Alan Martinson Jr, was just an anti-Semite.

He had all the markings of someone who blames “The Jew” for everything that is evil and out of balance in the world. The video opens with Martison stating, “The objective of the show [‘Family Guy’], like all other forms of Jewish entertainment is distracction and demoralization of the host populace.” Martison also directed “Missing Links: The definitive truth behind 9/11,” which, obviously, reveals Jews were responsible. It’s clear he sees himself as a courageous defender of good people against the “Zionist agenda of world domination.”

But then I got to this money quote in the middle of the six-minute video above, when Martison takes issue with jokes about the Holocaust:

“Why so many jokes about Jews and Nazis? This is to control dissent. if the Jew is the one who laughingly trashes Jews, then it can be readily swept aside, while the constant reminder that Hitler was supposedly an evil man that oversaw the slaughter of millions of Jews keeps people believing that, despite no amount of hard evidence to support the Holocaust myth.”

Oh ... so he’s one of those guys. David Irving would be proud.

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