Jew Larry David Names the Kike Pervert on SNL!

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
November 5, 2017

Starts at 3:45

Larry David called out the Jew on Saturday Night Live last night, saying he noticed a pattern among the people accused of sexual assault.

I always said that Larry David is the only funny type of Jew because he is a genuinely Jewish comedian – his jokes are all self-deprecating Jewish jokes. His sitcoms “Seinfeld” and “Curb Your Enthusiasm” were nothing but mockery of the Jewish stereotypes of neuroticism, sexual perversion and self-loathing. Of course, this type of humor is unbearable at any serious length – I can’t understand how people watched multiple episodes of Seinfeld – but it is at least genuine, honest humor. Jews themselves often take issue with this sort of humor being in mainstream productions, as they worry it could lead to an increase in goyim knowing.

Some Jews are upset about their fellow Jew noticing this strange coincidence.

However, others, such as the Daily Beast’s Matt Wilstein, are seemingly unbothered we’re having this conversation.

I’m not sure how he was able to write this story (especially for a publication like the Daily Beast, where you’re allowed to editorialize all you want) without going into a rage about “self-hating Jews.”

Daily Beast:

Larry David returned to host Saturday Night Live this week. And he did not hesitate to address the elephant that has consumed Hollywood over these past several weeks.

“You know, a lot of sexual harassment stuff in the news of late,” the Curb Your Enthusiasm creator said about halfway through his monologue. “And I couldn’t help but notice a very disturbing pattern emerging, which is that many of the predators—not all, but many of them—are Jews.”

“And I have three words to say to that,” David continued. “Oy vey izmir” (translation: “woe is me”). He explained that he doesn’t like it “when Jews are in the headlines for notorious reasons,” adding, “I want Einstein discovers the theory of relativity. Salk cures Polio. What I don’t want: Weinstein took it out.”

Then, David pushed the squirm-inducing nature of his material even more, wondering aloud if he still would have checked out women during the Holocaust had he been sent to a concentration camp.

“I think I would,” he said, imagining the scenario. “Of course, the problem is, there are no good opening lines in a concentration camp. ‘How’s it going? They treating you OK? You know, if we ever get out of here, I’d love to take you out for some latkes. Do you like latkes? What? What did I say? Is it me or the whole thing? It’s because I’m bald, isn’t it?”

Yesterday I did a piece outlining the various sex scandals and who’s involved. And yes, unsurprisingly, Jews are vastly overrepresented.

I suppose it could be looked at as a positive for the tribe that he is coming out and joking about this. It makes it more likely that someone who notices it will say, “oh well, they’re not all like that.”

It is notably bizarre, however, that a Jew is able to get up on stage – broadcasting live on one of the most watched comedy shows on TV – and say this to laughs and applause, while if we say the same exact thing, we get banned from places.

Conspiracy theories, stupid goyim pigs.

Reality exists. It is objective. It is the same for everyone experiencing it, regardless of how they choose to interpret it. And yet, we are told that we, as goyim, are not allowed to say what it is we are seeing, even when Jews are applauded for saying the same exact thing.

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