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Tuesday, 30 October 2007

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The new face of Ziono-Fascism

NEW YORK (FMLiveWire) -- David Horowitz has reversed his campus agitprop program to warn the world about the menace of Ziono-Fascism during his newly rebranded "Ziono-Fascism Awareness Week" tour.

Horowitz was shocked to be booed off stage at Emory University in Georgia and to receive rocky welcomes at other US campuses while trying to push his original "Islamo-Fascism Week."

"I've seen the light!" he then confessed in a real Road-to-Damascus conversion speaking to Fox News.

"I am actually a Ziono-Fascist…Islam is a totally harmless religion and I should not be defaming it, as I was paid to do by AIPAC. The real enemies of truth and justice are Zionists like myself, and AIPAC and the government of Israel, and now I shall warn the world about the truth of Ziono-Fascism!"

Horowitz's anti-Islamic speech which was booed at Emory overflowed with insults, sweeping sterotypes and generalisations and rhetoric that were aimed at smearing Islam and his so-called political enemies: liberals and "leftists."

But after seeing the light, he now warns about Israel and its lobbyists.

"Israel is a godless anti-Jewish state devoted to stealing Palestinian land, and dispossessing and murdering as many Palestinians as possible," he admitted contritely.

"Israel pushed Bush to wage the Iraq oil war, and now Zionist lunatics like Lieberman and Cheney and Clinton are also pushing Bush to wage an oil war on Iran."

"Israel is actually an apartheid society devoted to ethnic cleansing and producing the Zionist Superman who owns many former Palestinian estates, I am ashamed to say," he blurted out, sobbing.

"Israel got its way through many, many massacres of Palestinians, and with the support of other corrupt governments and fellow-travellers."

Horowitz had originally tried to paint those who supported Islam as leftists as was unsuccessfully tried in the anti-Vietnam war protests of the 1960s.

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