March 16, 2007

THE NEW ADVENTURES OF HARVARD MAN!:

South Korean publisher pulls comic book blaming Jews for 9/11 (BURT HERMAN, 3/16/07, Chicago Sun-Times)

A South Korean publisher agreed Thursday to withdraw a best-selling children's book from stores after meeting with an anti-Semitism watchdog group that accused the author of spreading messages echoing Nazi propaganda.

The comic-book series by Rhie Won-bok, ''Meon Nara, Yiwoot Nara'' (''Far Countries, Near Countries''), purports to teach about the world. It has sold at least 10 million copies.

One of three books on the U.S. claims Jews were the driving force for the hatred that led to the Sept. 11 attacks, that they exert control over U.S. media and says they prevent Korean Americans from succeeding in the United States.


So are Korean grocers just a front for the old Jewish owners?

Posted by Orrin Judd at March 16, 2007 6:03 AM
Comments

Koreans can't succeed in the U.S.? I bet the standard of living of Korean-Americans way beats the average back in Korea. Must be the Jooos!!!It's amazing how vile ideas spread like the plague. I guess that would make people like michael moore, plague-spreading rats. lol. I amuse myself.

Posted by: lebeaux at March 16, 2007 12:00 PM
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