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ADL leader: Passion of the Christ is "passion of hate"

Abe Foxman of the ADL called this movie "passion of hate" in a recent statement.

ADL leader Abe Foxman calls Mel Gibson “serial hater” and “Serial bigot.” He also says the The Passion of the Christ was Gibson’s “passion of hate.”

Abe Foxman is still demonizing Mel Gibson and his movie Passion of the Christ which came out eight years ago. Foxman and the ADL waged a high-profile international war to keep the movie out of theaters. Gibson removed a subtitle from the movie, which appears in the New Testament, to try to appease the ADL. Foxman only responded with more hate and vitriol. The movie went on to be one of the biggest commercial successes in the history of film.

Foxman is now attacking Warner Brothers, which has partnered with Mel Gibson to make a new movie about the Macabees. Foxman went on a diatribe which included calling the The Passion of the Christ the “passion of hate.” He also says Gibson shows “outward antagonism toward Jews and Judaism in his public statements and actions.”

Warner Brothers is a largely Jewish run production company. It was founded by Jewish immigrants from Poland. Gibson is also one of the largest financial contributors of the Jewish Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Southern California. Gibson has donated $5 million to the hospital.

Recently the ADL attacked in a press release.

The ADL press release said “a writer questioned why the mainstream media is calling Zimmerman a white man instead of a Latino.” The ADL calls this “expressing racist and anti-Semitic views about the shooting.” The ADL also calls us “white supremacist” for good measure. How it is “expressing racist or anti-Semetic views” they do not say. They also do not claim that published anything that factually incorrect.

Ritualistic defamation of conservatives seems to be the actual goal of the ADL. Calling themselves “Anti-Defamation League” is a like a closet homosexual who constant accuses other people of being queer.