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Joe Kaufman O Meter #1: “Nuke the Mooslims!”

Joe Kaufman

Joe Kaufman

Joe Kaufman, has been on the Anti-Muslim scene for quite a while now and is dubbed by the far Right-Wing FrontPageMag as, you guessed it…another one of their ”Investigative Journalists.”  That he has been influenced by Meir Kahane and the Kahanist ideology is well documented, as is his love and angst for Kahane.

In the past he has been accused of contributing to the terrorist organization founded by Kahane known as JDL (Jewish Defense League) while others accuse Kaufman of at the very least holding views that parallel JDL positions.

Kaufman’s unsavory associations and views are quite real and they are only dangerous to America if you’re stupid enough to swallow his conspiracy theories but other than that he is simply a half-baked paranoid conspiracy theorist, some what along the lines of the “9/11 Truthers.”

In every nook and cranny there is a “Mooslim”…hiding and ready to get ya…so beware and be afraid. Be veryyyy afraid goes his story.

In this special LoonWatch series we will detail the exploits and punchlines that Krazy Kaufman throws out there and attempts to pass on as serious journalism, commentary and investigation.

Kaufman-O-Meter #1

We went into the way-back-loonwatchers-time-machine and came up with this dandy quote which Kaufman made a month after 9/11:

Question: If the decimation of Hiroshima and Nagasaki was the right thing to do, in response to Pearl Harbor, then why the heck are we saving our nuclear weapons now? And furthermore, if we’re not using them, why do we have the nukes in the first place? After all, there is no more Soviet Union to compete with. If the attacks are not a good enough reason to use them, then what are we holding on to them for?!!! Now, at this point, you may think of me as being no less than a madman, but hear me out, for I have a method to my madness.

I said this in another post but I’ll repeat it, I CAN”T MAKE THIS STUFF UP! These loons pretty much write the material for us.

I guess we can tell that geo-strategic political planning and military strategy is not Kaufman’s forte. Maybe we should help him out and let him know why the above is such a bad idea.

First of all Joe, unfortunately many nations in the world still have nuclear weapons which is one of the reasons we still have them (though happily President Obama has moved to reduce Nukes with the goal of eliminating them). It’s something known as deterrence and in the age of the Cold War was called Mutually Assured Destruction, or M.A.D. a policy that contributed in pro-longing the status quo between the Soviet Union and the USA, resulting in the Soviet Union’s eventual collapse.

Secondly Joe, who exactly do you want to use these Nukes against? Alqaeda? So will you nuke Alqaeda in Iraq or Afghanistan? Maybe Pakistan? How about Algeria or Germany?  Maybe you want to nuke all these countries? The problem with that Joe is that it will probably lead to the deaths of Millions of people and the end of civilization as we know it, something that most Americans with the exception of yourself don’t want to see happen.

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  • Ahmed Dhia

    i guess you should know no civilians was killed at pearl harbor only soldiers so why would america attack the civilians of Hiroshima and Nagasaki when japan didn’t kill a single american civilian why aren’t Americans are such monsters and the same guy who dropped Hiroshima said he will do it again if he had to what a fuckin ass hole

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  • Abdul-Rahman

    So long as Japan remained a well-behaved member of that imperial club of Great Powers who-in keeping with the Open Door Policy- were sharing the exploitation of China, the United States did not object. It had exchanged notes with Japan in 1917 saving “the Government of the United States recognizes that Japan has special interests in China.” In 1928, according to Akira Iriye (After Imperialism,), American consuls in China supported the coming of Japanese troops. It was when Japan threatened potential U.S. markets by its attempted takeover of China, but especially as it moved toward the tin, rubber, and oil of Southeast Asia, that the United States became alarmed and took those measures which led to the Japanese attack: a total embargo on scrap iron, a total embargo on oil in the summer of 1941.

  • Abdul-Rahman

    @ George Carty

    The US imperialists hate long ago attacked Japan first. http://www.ironworksforum.com/forum/showthread.php?t=80792&page=11

    “In the 19th century it was the Americans (led by Commodore Perry) who forced Japan to open her doors to trade. Prior to that Japan didn’t want to have anything to do with America. So, who was the first aggressor?”

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Matthew_C._Perry
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Black_Ships

    Then after this period you had Japan fighting on the imperialist “Allied” (Entente) side in WWI, but following WWI the US racist imperialists did the Racial Equality Proposal, 1919 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Racial_Equality_Proposal,_1919

    WWII was an inter-imperialist war: http://libcom.org/history/world-war-ii-peoples-war-howard-zinn

    Quote- o long as Japan remained a well-behaved member of that imperial club of Great Powers who-in keeping with the Open Door Policy- were sharing the exploitation of China, the United States did not object. It had exchanged notes with Japan in 1917 saving “the Government of the United States recognizes that Japan has special interests in China.” In 1928, according to Akira Iriye (After Imperialism,), American consuls in China supported the coming of Japanese troops. It was when Japan threatened potential U.S. markets by its attempted takeover of China, but especially as it moved toward the tin, rubber, and oil of Southeast Asia, that the United States became alarmed and took those measures which led to the Japanese attack: a total embargo on scrap iron, a total embargo on oil in the summer of 1941.

    As Bruce Russet says (No Clear and Present Danger): “Throughout the 1930s the United States government had done little to resist the Japanese advance on the Asian continent,” But: “The Southwest Pacific area was of undeniable economic importance to the United States-at the time most of America’s tin and rubber came from there, as did substantial quantities of other raw materials.”

    Pearl Harbor was presented to the American public as a sudden, shocking, immoral act. Immoral it was, like any bombing-but not really sudden or shocking to the American government. Russett says: “Japan’s strike against the American naval base climaxed a long series of mutually antagonistic acts. In initiating economic sanctions against Japan the United States undertook actions that were widely recognized in Washington as carrying grave risks of war.”

    end quote.

    Also the true fascists are white “Americans” exterminating the indigenous Native people and also the US genocidal firebombing of Dresden, Germany.

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  • Daniel

    I have to admit, Pamela and Robert do remind me a bit of Gomez and Morticia of the Adams Family. But, I liked that show. Hmmm… Yup, I’m twisted.

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  • George Carty

    About Hiroshima and Nagasaki, that wasn’t just for Pearl Harbor, but for all the other atrocities committed by the Japanese fascists.

    Didn’t the Nanjing massacre alone kill more people than both atomic bombs?

  • http://affadshaikh.blogspot.com affad shaikh

    Joey loves me! As a CAIR employee he likes to “investigatively” report all the things he can find on me…through my blog, so I guess I am responsible for all his “investigative” skills! Sorry loonwatch, i might continue to keep him in business as I adore blogging.

  • http://muslimahmediawatch.org/ HijabiSis4Life

    I can’t stand this guy. You guys should do an awards segment of this show and present him with the Loon of the Year! But that might be giving him too much credit. Either wway wonderful job and I’ll be checking to see where the meter goes up to. :-)

  • http://photos.denverpost.com/photoprojects/galleries/cologalleryV6.html#id=album-5002&num=1 DenverStar

    Kaufman sounds like a sociopath, nuking a whole country, wow, that’s the answer to our problems in the world.

    420!

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