Marc Lamont Hill Fired By CNN For Daring To Criticize Israel

We’ve searched long and hard for the great BASED Negro that will at last make us loving and diverse without too much chaos.

We tried Ben Carson, but he disappeared (overdosed?) in a White House broom closet.

We tried Diamond and Silk, but they just put the majority of the Alt-Right into a rage.

And we tried Louis Farrakhan, but he wants to fight a race war before he’ll sit down at the negotiation table.

Maybe we can try Marc Lamont Hill though?

Because I’m assuming the gears are slowly turning in his simple little mind after this latest incident…

Politico:

CNN dropped commentator Marc Lamont Hill on Thursday after he made remarks in support of Palestinian rights that some interpreted as calling for the elimination of Israel.

“Marc Lamont Hill is no longer under contract with CNN,” a network spokesperson told POLITICO.

Speaking at a meeting at the United Nations on Wednesday, Hill called for a “free Palestine from the river to the sea.” The statement, which many say refers to the boundaries of the Jordan River to the Mediterranean Sea, is a rallying cry by several Palestinian groups, including Hamas, and is viewed by some as calling for the elimination of Israel, which currently occupies those boundaries.

The comments received quick backlash from some pro-Israel organizations, which pointed out that “from the river to the sea” has historically been used by groups actively hostile to Israel. The Anti-Defamation League condemned his comments, as well as the UN meeting, which fell on the International Day of Solidarity with the Palestinian People.

“‘Those calling for “from the river to the sea” are calling for an end to the State of Israel,’” the organization wrote on Twitter, quoting Sharon Nazarian, its senior vice president for international affairs. “It’s a shame that once again, this annual Palestinian event at the UN does not promote pathways to a future of peace & instead promotes divisiveness and hate.”

In the midst of an arrogance that is common among Blacks both smart and stupid, Hill forgot the simple fact that he and his race sits far from the top of the American totem pole.

Sure, they are treated and coddled far more than Whites in this day and age, but at the end of the day the Jew rules over all.

You do not criticize the Jew domestically or go too far in calling out their criminal base whether you are a White Nationalist or a Black Leftist supporting BDS, for that will always end in destruction and censorship.

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9 Comments on "Marc Lamont Hill Fired By CNN For Daring To Criticize Israel"

  1. I don’t believe Farrakhan wants a race war. He might occasionally talk that way but it’s just a meme.

  2. Long live Palestine, free and Arab, from the river to the sea, FOREVER!

  3. With zionist Drumpf admitting that the jewnited states military is kept in middle eastern hornet’s nest at the behest of the number one terrorist nation on earth, and now a negro being fired from a far left wing cable (((news))) outlets for criticizing that terrorist state, the juden aren’t even trying to be discrete anymore about who is in charge.

    Why hasn’t Pakistan shared their nuclear weapons technology with the rest of the Sunni Muslim world to counter Israel’s nuclear weapons monopoly in the Middle East?

  4. more of the same | November 30, 2018 at 9:02 am |

    Pro Palestinian doesn’t mean pro White, especially where negroes and shitlibs are concerned.

  5. Another piece of evidence, folks. Jews control the media.

  6. russell walker | December 1, 2018 at 4:02 pm |

    while it is true that the kikes are at the top of the totem pole and have immense power regardless of their numbers, the fact is that there is much more public criticism of them now then say 20 years ago.

  7. Americans in Zionist occupied America are realizing they have a lot in common with Palestinians in Zionist occupied Palestine.

  8. what a mess, what will the future hold and how will it unfold

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