The N Word in Israel

Israel wants to ban the word “Nazi.” and the word “God,” two of the most sacred words in Israel. Maybe if they pronounce it N-zi and G-d then they can still say it. Also, H-tler, PBUH. It’s very good to see Israel finally showing respect to the Third Reich. I’m waiting for the memorial to Ad-lph.

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Jodi Rudoren has a fascinating piece in the Timeson proposed legislation in Israel that seems to be gaining ground.

Israel is on the brink of banning the N-word. N as in Nazi, that is.

Parliament gave preliminary approval on Wednesday to a bill that would make it a crime to call someone a Nazi — or any other slur associated with the Third Reich — or to use Holocaust-related symbols in a noneducational way. The penalty would be a fine of as much as $29,000 and up to six months in jail.

Backers of the law say it is a response to what they see as a rising tide of anti-Semitism around the world as well as an increasing, casual invocation of such terms and totems in Israeli politics and even teenage trash talk.

Many Jewish Israelis make high-school pilgrimages to Auschwitz and other death camps. Yet younger…

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15 Responses to The N Word in Israel

  1. Hereward Saxon says:

    This is strange news. Perhaps they want to be ahead of the curve when those words wear out. They must be crafting new words.

  2. Mosin Nagant says:

    They are trying to tamp down the application to Israel itself. But this may also mark a new stage of politically correct speech. The ultimate evil has become unspeakable. We must not even THINK of N—s, lest our speech betray us.

    • mindweapon says:

      We should proactively support Israel’s equating N-zis and H-tler with G-d and never spell any words associated with N-zis completely, in case someone takes the word and does something sacrilegious to it.

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      The custom of substituting the word “God” with G-d in English is based on the traditional practice in Jewish law of giving God’s Hebrew name a high degree of respect and reverence. When written or printed, God’s Hebrew name (and many of the stand in names used to refer to God) cannot be erased or destroyed. (See below)

      There is no prohibition in Jewish law against writing out or erasing the word “God” in English. However, many Jews have afforded the word “God” with the same level of respect as the Hebrew equivalents. Because of this, many Jews substitute “God with G-d so that they can erase or dispose of the writing without showing disrespect to God. Some Jews also use G!d in the same way, utilizing the exclamation point to convey their enthusiasm for Judaism and God.

  3. Mosin Nagant says:

    And not to allow any to speak about this holocaust:

  4. Landsknecht says:

    Actually, the term N-zi is something of an acronym or even a slang for National Socialist. I generally prefer to use the word National Socialist(ism) as it doesn’t seem to trip the pre-programmed circuit breaker in people’s heads and instinctively bring on a negative reaction. 😉


  5. Starets says:

    Something I found interesting in the linked article: “…an increasing, casual invocation of such terms and totems in Israeli politics and even teenage trash talk…Yet younger people have also been heard using the Hebrew word shoah… to describe an everyday disaster like a botched relationship or a messy kitchen.”

    For a while now its been looking like the cultural marxists have been over using their thought stopping shame words, such as ‘racist’, ‘n-zi’, etc. This has led to their ‘power words’ losing their potency against a lot of whites. Now, from the above, it looks like the ‘power words’ are losing their magic for younger jews. Now for them, a messy kitchen is a shoah, lol.

    This is a good development, and the legislative response can be seen as a sign of the increasing panic of the Elders of Zion.


    • mindweapon says:


      Had to edit your post. You spelled out the N word without the obligatory dash. Remember, we follow the Israeli law regarding holy words now. G-d, N-zi, and H-tler, and J-sus Chr-st.


    • There IS such a thing as beating a dead horse.

      Jewish Hollywood producers used to understand the concept of “overexposure.” For that reason, they made sure their actors did not become too ubiquitous less the actors cause the studio to lose money by becoming “box office poison.”

      For some reason, they lost all objectivity with the H-L-C$ST. During the forties and fifties and even early sixties, Shoah Films weren’t that frequent. But they really started picking up steam in the late seventies after Frank Collin (born Francis Joseph Cohen) became the leader of the National Socialist Party of America and, with the help of the ACLU, successfully sued the Supreme Court to be allowed to march in the predominantly Jewish suburb of Skokie, Illinois. Then, there were so many Shoah Films during the nineties and beyond that filmgoers could not go a single Christmas without a Shoah Offering or two or even more. Bean counters take the pulse of the public more quickly than anything else. I believe the last such movie to make Hollywitz real money was Schindler’s List.

      One could tell that the Shoah Business was scraping the bottom of the barrel with Inglorious Basturds and that cute couple of elderly H-L-C_$T frauds, Herman and Roma Rosenblat, who tried to cash in by selling a fraudulent Shoah Love Story to people like me who prefer the schmaltz to the sturm und drang. I don’t know about the rest of you, but I give them major points for creativity and originality.

      These films became so ubiquitous that people debating on the Internet caused Mike Godwin to come up with “Godwin’s Law of N-z- Analogies” in 1990 which states that the longer a debate thread goes, the more likely someone will shut it down by comparing an opponent to a Nazi. Godwin’s Law may have been inspired by Leo Strauss’s prophetic “reduction ad Hitlerum” or “argumentum ad Hitlerum” prediction in 1951. The funny thing now is that, when someone tries to play “the N-z- Card,” their opponent invokes Godwin’s Law and tells them they lost, LOL!

      So, yes. There were some great short-term monetary and propaganda gains from these films, BUT in the long run, overexposure has invited scrutiny from WWII Historical Revisionists which has inspired draconian laws to shut them down which, with a growing Swindler’s List of Rosenblats, etc. has impeached its integrity. As a result, not many of them may be outwardly DENYING that it happened, but not only young Goyim but young Jews are rolling their eyes and either joking about or trivializing the H-L-C-$T. This is bad, very bad, not only for Shoah Business, but YKW.

  6. Tristero says:

    I think that Landsknecht is right about the term “Nazi”; per my understanding, it was only used by their opponents as a disrespectful sort of slur, sort of like “commie” in English, and was never used by the actual adherents of the party/movement.

  7. Denise says:

    L-L – I luv you Goys!

  8. Stary Wylk says:

    It seems a people make their gods in their own image. Thor comes down to us as Santa Claus.
    JHVH, well, what can you epect of a god who would crucify his own son?

  9. Stary Wylk says:

    That was supposed to be “expect”.

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