Jewish Journal


September 20, 2008

Iranian scholar says ‘Tom and Jerry’ part of Jewish conspiracy


Remember, the easiest answer is that the Jews did it. I mean, if Osama bin Laden is part of a Jewish world conspiracy, why couldn’t “Tom and Jerry” be?

To clarify for this Iranian scholar—Hasan Bolkhari, a cultural adviser to the Iranian Education Ministry—who can’t even base his anti-Semitic theories on basic facts, “Tom and Jerry” was not a product of the “Jewish Walt Disney Company.” As anyone who has ever watched the show knows, that crazy cat-and-mouse duo was the product of William Hanna and Joseph Barbera, the same folks who brought us “The Flinstones,” “Scooby-Doo” and those great agents of Satan, “The Smurfs.” Hanna-Barbera was in cahoots on this one with MGM—and there’s no question about the Jewishness of that studio.

Oh. Maybe Bolkhari’s got a point ...

Hardly. His laughable logic is after the jump:

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