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December 10, 2008

Is There No Business Like Shoa Business?

Filed under: "Imagine This", anti-semitism, Beth Trachtenberg, Sayanim, shoa, Warsaw Ghetto — auntieziona @ 5:31 pm

Oy, it seems that the Goyim are not buying our Shoa shmaltz anymore. Our collective victim spiel is falling on deaf ears these days.

The recently launched the Holocaust musical, ‘Imagine This’, has come to a sad little end, and will close down before Christmas. It didn’t even last a whole month!

As much as I loved it, the mishuggah goyim did not like it at all. In fact they really hated it. Apparently they refused to buy tickets, not even for one Pound. If this is not crude anti-Semitism, what would you call it? Cultural arrogance?


The producer of the show, Beth Trachtenberg, has done the right thing by shooting the messenger, something our Sayanim have been doing for years, to great success. Putting the show’s failure down to hostile previews by anti-Semitics critics, she said: “Fundamentally I do not think the critics should be making a moral judgment over the subject matter.”

Indeed, these
no-goodnik critics should never make any judgment at all unless approved by a rabbi or the Israeli embassy.

Read the words of these Islamofascists in the midst of the British press and judge for yourself:
“They said it couldn’t be done, a musical about the Warsaw Ghetto. Now I’ve seen it, I know they were right.” The Guardian

” ‘Imagine This’ must be judged as a manipulative, morally dubious show.” The Daily Telegraph

“Could it get worse than Gone With The Wind? It just did.” The Independent

Oy gevalt, Imagine This: the next thing coming could be a ban on all Jewish productions, with Jews not even being permitted to mention the Shoah on stage!

These Holocaust-denying British critics have managed to create a shondah for the goyim.

United against another Shoah!

shoa – very much like genocide, but refers to Jews only

shmaltz cheesy

collective victim spiel Being Jewish

Christmas very much like Hanukkah, but entirely dedicated to commerce and goyisher fantasies

shondah –
a shame, a pity. A “shonda for the goyim” means to do something shameful, publicly witnessed by non-Jews, thus bringing shame upon Jews in general.

no-goodnik
– A worthless piece of humanity. Someone who’s on the wrong side of the law, somebody with low morals, a trouble-maker.

mishuggah (mish-shug-uh) – crazy, nuts, loony-tunes, bats in the belfry.

November 24, 2008

Kosher Harakiri

Oi, I can’t wait! I have tickets for the new Holocaust musical in the Vest End! It is set in the Warsaw Ghetto, but the characters put on a play within a play about Masada, the fortress where 960 Jews did a kosher Harakiri just to put off the Romans. So I get two tragedies for the price of one! This is very helpful during a credit crunch.

Oi, and there is one song that goes:
“The weather’s a stinker
We’re bound for Treblinka
But in only a blink of an eye
We’ll be flying in the sky
You and me-e-e-e!
Our spirits soa-oaring
Forever free!”

I know I will come out with the CD, the T shirt and the Holocaust education pack they give you. But I am worried because the Times said one poor person in the audience went to see it and couldn’t stop vomiting for three hours. But it was probably the gefilthe fish he had that was too old. Plus if you go on public transport, the goyim carry so many germs! Certainly it can’t be the scene where they crucify a Christian slave on stage while singing kletzmar songs that made him sick!?

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