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Saturday, August 8, 2009

The "Bear Jew" Game

A few weeks before his new WWII-era film "Inglorious Basterds" was set to hit screens in the U.S., Quentin Tarantino gave viewers the chance to swing a virtual baseball bat at the skulls of Nazi stormtroopers.

The keyboard catharsis puts the gamer in the shoes of Sgt. Donny Donowitz, sent as part of a group of eight Jewish-American G.I.s under the command of Lt. Aldo Raine (played by Brad Pitt) to launch a campaign of terror among the Third Reich by killing and scalping Nazi soldiers.

In the game, actor and filmmaker Eli Roth, who plays Donowitz in the film, lends his voice to the bat swinging protagonist, who curses and yells at his victims in a Boston accent as he swings at their foreheads.


Roth leaked the game, which he calls "The Bear Jew game" to a blog on his myspace page. In the blog, Roth said the gamer who posted the highest score would be invited to the film's premier.


What - there were only 8 Jewish GI's in the entire military? And come on, Quentin! The Nazi's were financed by Wall Street bankers.

And "Bear Jew"? What is that? Code for Bear Stearns?

Isn't it time you started chasing Mossad agents? Like this Mossad agent who helped defraud the London Stock Exchange of $600 million? Or these Mossad creeps who tried to steal the passport of a bed-ridden disabled man? Or better yet, those Mossad agents involved in 9-11?

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