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Helen Thomas (92)

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Helen Thomas, who in this paper’s view, is most famous for her anti-Semitic statement that Jews “should get the hell out of Palestine” and “go home” to Germany, Poland and the United State, died on Saturday at age 92.

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12 Responses to “Helen Thomas (92)”

  1. Now she can go back to the most appropriate place for her. I will not judge where that is, but leave it to her creator.

  2. John Keytack says:

    What? You want we should make nice and fawn all over her memory? Hell no! She was an anti-Zionist and a pro-Palestinian! She was what my father would call a “renegade!”

  3. Charlie Hall says:

    May she rest in pieces.

  4. Nathan Katz says:

    ymach shmo

  5. Les Le Gear says:

    Charlie Hall ,au contraire, may the hag rot in hell with all the other half witted Jew haters.

  6. Mary Carrick says:

    Actually, she was a Semite.

  7. dead 92 1/2 years too late.

  8. Mario S Nusbaum says:

    Actually she was a sob

  9. Anonymous says:

    Helen Thomas has gone to that grossen Wannsee Conference in the sky. Or did she go down below with the other anti-Semites where it is warm?

  10. Yechiel Baum says:

    good and may she rot in hell.

  11. Glad to see this anti semite seven feet under.

  12. Brad Sternum says:

    She's not "most famous for her anti-semetic statement." She's most famous for being an honest, stating what she believed, and asking direct and difficult questions to the politicians in power. She was pro-Palestine, yes. That doesn't make her a racist.

    Are you people part of a cult or something?

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