Jacob Weisberg, Jewish Zionist CFR Member says to ESCALATE BLASPEMY for "Best Response" to Hebdo Murders
Yale graduate and Secret Society Member 'runs the Slate Group' and thinks religious blasphemy should be increased in response to the Paris murders.
By Martin Hill
LibertyFight.com
January 13, 2015


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Jacob Weisberg of New York is a Jewish Zionist, Council on Foreign Relations member, Yale grad, Secret Society member, brother of CIA agent and author of 'In Defense of Government.' John Kerry once summoned Weisberg to his senate office to personally recruit him into Yale's occult group, 'Skull and Bones'.

Weisberg is editor-in-chief of Slate Group, a Newsweek columnist and Rhodes Scholar, and is featured in coporate establishment rags regularly. Weisberg's Twitter account is @jacobwe and he describes himself as "Jacob Weisberg runs the Slate Group, reads a lot, and writes about politics."

In 2010, Weisberg was very flustered with the BDS boycott of Israel and pronounced " Shame on the entertainers boycotting Israel this summer." The same article ran in Newsweek with the title ' Idea of Boycotting Israel Is Repellent.'

In 2008, Weisberg wrote "Blame the Libertarians" for the fiancial crisis of 2008 in Newsweek. He then declared "the end of libertariansism" and insisted that the economic problems of 2008 were "thanks to a global economic meltdown made possible by libertarian ideas."


While at Yale, Weisberg declined to join Skull and Bones - not because it is a creepy cult group, but rather simply because the occult group didn't allow women. He opted instead to join the Elihu Secret Society, "founded in 1903, is the fourth oldest senior society at Yale University, New Haven, CT. While similar to Skull and Bones, Scroll and Key and Wolf's Head societies in charter and function, Elihu favors privacy over secrecy. The political journalist Jacob Weisberg, formerly editor of Slate, was similarly offered membership in Skull and Bones by Senator John Kerry. Weisberg declined, citing Bones' exclusion of women. Shortly afterwards Weisberg was persuaded by The Washington Post's Robert G. Kaiser to join Elihu instead." [New Yale Senior Club: Feature About the Elihu is That It is Not a Secret Society, The New York Times, March 21, 1903".] Other notable members are Senator Joseph Lieberman & George Pataki, 'honorary' Governor of New York.

Weisberg is a secular Jew and has recently called for "mocking religion." in the past, he has scoffed at even his own supposed religion, Judaism. On January 8, the pro-government pundit who hates libertarians retweeted a post which read "Just saw cops writing a parking ticket--yay!!"

Here is his disgusting tweet encouraging blasphemy in response to terrorism.:

Best response to #CharlieHebdo attack -- other than catching and punishing killers -- is to escalate blasphemous satire.

— Jacob Weisberg (@jacobwe) January 7, 2015

In his excellent column In Solidarity With a Free Press: Some More Blasphemous Cartoons, Glenn Greenwald wrote:

But this week's defense of free speech rights was so spirited that it gave rise to a brand new principle: to defend free speech, one not only defends the right to disseminate the speech, but embraces the content of the speech itself. Numerous writers thus demanded: to show "solidarity" with the murdered cartoonists, one should not merely condemn the attacks and defend the right of the cartoonists to publish, but should publish and even celebrate those cartoons. "The best response to Charlie Hebdo attack," announced Slate's editor Jacob Weisberg, "is to escalate blasphemous satire.".
Greenwald continues
"To comport with this new principle for how one shows solidarity with free speech rights and a vibrant free press, we're publishing some blasphemous and otherwise offensive cartoons about religion and their adherents:
..,Is it time for me to be celebrated for my brave and noble defense of free speech rights? Have I struck a potent blow for political liberty and demonstrated solidarity with free journalism by publishing blasphemous cartoons?"

You absolutely must see the cartoons Greenwald included.


Weisberg is married to Deborah Needleman, "an American publishing executive, was the founding editor in chief of Domino magazine. She is editor in chief of The New York Times Style Magazine." They have two children.

An article about Joseph Weisberg, Jacob's younger brother, notes

"Mr. Weisberg came to New York in 1997 by way of Chicago, where he grew up in a liberal Jewish home... In 1987, Mr. Weisberg graduated from Yale University, where he took classes in Russian history, having come of political age in an era when President Reagan railed against Soviet-style communism. Three years later, he joined the C.I.A. and moved to Washington, because, he said, "I wanted a job where I could be a cold warrior," adding, "where you can be a brainy, dark weirdo and do all kinds of fascinating crazy stuff."... The Dark Stuff, Distilled - Joseph Weisberg is the creator of "The Americans," a TV series on the FX network. When Joseph Weisberg was training to be a case officer for the C.I.A. in the early 1990s, he soon learned that deception was a crucial skill, one that involved lying to his family on a regular basis. ..."There is a mystery to Joe... He is funny, nice and fun to be with, but there is an underside. He was able to hide that in the C.I.A."


In 'The End of Libertarianism' (Slate Magazine, 10/18/08) Jacob Weisberg wrote
"The financial collapse proves that its ideology makes no sense... the libertarian apologetics fall wildly short of providing any convincing explanation for what went wrong... Utopians of the right, libertarians are just as convinced that their ideas have yet to be tried, and that they would work beautifully if we could only just have a do-over of human history. Like all true ideologues, they find a way to interpret mounting evidence of error as proof that they were right all along... To which the rest of us can only respond, Haven't you people done enough harm already? We have narrowly avoided a global depression and are mercifully pointed toward merely the worst recession in a long while. This is thanks to a global economic meltdown made possible by libertarian ideas. ...The best thing you can say about libertarians is that because their views derive from abstract theory, they tend to be highly principled and rigorous in their logic... "Let failed banks fail" is the purist line. This approach would deliver a wonderful lesson in personal responsibility, creating thousands of new jobs in the soup-kitchen and food-pantry industries. The worst thing you can say about libertarians is that they are intellectually immature, frozen in the worldview many of them absorbed from reading Ayn Rand novels in high school. Like other ideologues, libertarians react to the world's failing to conform to their model by asking where the world went wrong."


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A 1999 article about the Jewish faith in the New York Observer referenced Weisberg, noting
"Part of this reflects class. Jews are likely the richest ethnic group in America, and like rich Episcopalians or Muslims, tend to believe in material things, not God. (It is easier for a camel to pass through the eye of a needle than a rich man to get into heaven.) But a bigger part is cultural: As Jews have sought success and security in America, they have thrown off traits that embarrass them or present a conflict, and Hebrew religion is one. As the writer Jacob Weisberg says, half-jokingly, Jews think any Jew who's more religious than they are is crazy. Who can afford to give up Saturday? Who wants to be seen praying with phylacteries, leather straps wrapped around head and arms?"


Here are some of Weisberg's recent tweets:

AP Takes Down "Piss Christ" Image After Complaints About Double Standard http://t.co/iNEZESntt4

— Jacob Weisberg (@jacobwe) January 7, 2015


Now's a good time to read Christopher Hitchens' case for mocking religion: http://t.co/x9gPr2Y9Y1 #CharlieHebdo #StandWithCharlieHebdo

— Slate (@Slate) January 7, 2015


NOTE: Since I am Catholic I will include a brief link on blasphemy and why it is wrong. These warmongers who use (and/or orchestrate) terror events such as the recent tragedy in Paris are way out of line by encouraging to foment chaos and confrontation by committing further blasphemy. No Christian or anyone of conscience, for that matter, would ever purposely offend, outrage or horrify another person's religion. [You may contact me here.]
Blasphemy: (Greek blaptein, "to injure", and pheme, "reputation") signifies etymologically gross irreverence towards any person or thing worthy of exalted esteem. St. Paul tells of being blasphemed (1 Corinthians 4:13) and the Latin Vulgate employs the word blasphemare to designate abusive language directed either against a people at large (2 Samuel 21:21; 1 Chronicles 20:7) or against individuals (1 Corinthians 10:30; Titus 3:2). The malice of blasphemy - Blasphemy is a sin against the virtue of religion by which we render to God the honour due to Him as our first beginning and last end. St. Thomas says that it is to be regarded as a sin against faith inasmuch as by it we attribute to God that which does not belong to Him, or deny Him that which is His.

What I listened to this morning: "Two men looked through prison bars; one saw mud, the other saw stars..." [16 minutes.]



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[ The Bones In Kerry's closet Boston Globe 6/29/02]

MUST READ!: In Solidarity With a Free Press: Some More Blasphemous Cartoons By Glenn Greenwald

But this week's defense of free speech rights was so spirited that it gave rise to a brand new principle: to defend free speech, one not only defends the right to disseminate the speech, but embraces the content of the speech itself. Numerous writers thus demanded: to show "solidarity" with the murdered cartoonists, one should not merely condemn the attacks and defend the right of the cartoonists to publish, but should publish and even celebrate those cartoons. "The best response to Charlie Hebdo attack," announced Slate's editor Jacob Weisberg, "is to escalate blasphemous satire."..... But no matter. Their cartoons were noble and should be celebrated - not just on free speech grounds but for their content. In a column entitled "The Blasphemy We Need," The New York Times' Ross Douthat argued that "the right to blaspheme (and otherwise give offense) is essential to the liberal order" and "that kind of blasphemy [that provokes violence] is precisely the kind that needs to be defended, because it's the kind that clearly serves a free society's greater good." New York Magazine's Jonathan Chait actually proclaimed that 'one cannot defend the right [to blaspheme] without defending the practice.' Vox's Matt Yglesias had a much more nuanced view but nonetheless concluded that "to blaspheme the Prophet transforms the publication of these cartoons from a pointless act to a courageous and even necessary one, while the observation that the world would do well without such provocations becomes a form of appeasement."

To comport with this new principle for how one shows solidarity with free speech rights and a vibrant free press, we're publishing some blasphemous and otherwise offensive cartoons about religion and their adherents:
......

Is it time for me to be celebrated for my brave and noble defense of free speech rights? Have I struck a potent blow for political liberty and demonstrated solidarity with free journalism by publishing blasphemous cartoons?...............

The New York Times' David Brooks today claims that anti-Christian bias is so widespread in America - which has never elected a non-Christian president - that "the University of Illinois fired a professor who taught the Roman Catholic view on homosexuality.- He forgot to mention that the very same university just terminated its tenure contract with Professor Steven Salaita over tweets he posted during the Israeli attack on Gaza that the university judged to be excessively vituperative of Jewish leaders, and that the journalist Chris Hedges was just disinvited to speak at the University of Pennsylvania for the Thought Crime of drawing similarities between Israel and ISIS. That is a real taboo - a repressed idea - as powerful and absolute as any in the United States, so much so that Brooks won't even acknowledge its existence. It’s certainly more of a taboo in the U.S. than criticizing Muslims and Islam, criticism which is so frequently heard in mainstream circles -including the U.S. Congress - that one barely notices it any more.



The Bones In Kerry's closet Boston Globe 6/29/02

Jacob Weisberg sees the power of BDS, and is scared 7/25/10

REASON.COM: The Eternal Death of Libertarianism Writing in both Newsweek and Slate, Jacob "In Defense of Government" Weisberg blames the recent financial crisis on, then declares the official death of, libertarianism. Here's how it begins:"

Does Slate editor Jacob Weisberg still believe "Libertarianism is Dead?"

Weisberg: Blame the Libertarians By Newsweek Staff 10/17/08

NYMAG: A Glimpse Into the Private Life of Jacob Weisberg 2011

The Private Life of Jacob Weisberg 8/21/08


Jacob Weisberg's mother Lois Weisberg

Associated Press Takes Down "Piss Christ" Image After Complaints About Censorship Double Standard
The Associated Press is among the numerous news outlets that have been self-censoring images of the Charlie Hebdo cartoons that may have provoked Wednesday's deadly Paris attack. In a statement, the news organization said that such censorship is standard policy: "None of the images distributed by AP showed cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad. It's been our policy for years that we refrain from moving deliberately provocative images." The conservative Washington Examiner publication then pointed out that the AP nonetheless continued to carry an image of Andres Serrano's 1987 "Piss Christ" photograph- which is certainly provocative, having been the subject of massive controversy in the United States, and which was actually vandalized by Catholic protesters when it was on display in 2011 in, as it happens, France. (See the damaged photo, which depicts a crucifix submerged in the artist's urine, above.) Some time after the Examiner's post, the AP appears to have taken the "Piss Christ" image off its website.

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