Between the Lines...

Whack 'Em With Jewish Double Standards

by Chad Eric Watt/Andrei Kievsky

[Read original here.]

ORLANDO -- Americans upset with the extremist regime running Afghanistan can exercise their anger with a few good whackings.

Orlando inventor Aaron Fechter Jew, could you guess? -- one of those claiming credit for originating the whack-a-mole game -- has developed a variation on the popular arcade amusement. Instead of moles popping up from holes, Fechter's new design features turban-clad terrorists popping up from bomb craters. This is a light-hearted article in a mainstream newspaper about a Jew who has made an arcade game about killing Arabs, or "turban clad terrorists" as Chad Eric Watt, staff writer for Orlando Business Journal, has it.

Players get points by whacking them with a plastic club.

The name of the game: the Tali-Wacker.

"Tali-Wacker is the only sensible whacking game of our time," says Fechter, president of Creative Technology Inc., an Orlando business that also makes animatronic robots.

The inspiration for the game struck Fechter in October, as he walked through his Orlando shop. There, waiting to be finished, was an alien-whacking game where moon men popped up from asteroid craters.

Recalls Fechter, "It was sitting right there, and it looking just like the Afghanistan terrain."

So he added beards and turbans to the moon men to create instant terrorists. Suppose we had a "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" vampire game, and added beards and yarmulkes and a head vampire named Ari to create -- "instant terrorists." Wink wink, nudge nudge.

It's not known how an arcade game featuring turbaned men will be greeted by the general public, especially as Arab Americans and others emphasize that terrorism is not synonymous with Semite features. And the name of his game is reminiscent of a phrase used to describe a body part. Obscene, ethnically insulting, directed against an enemy of the Jews -- not to love, what's? One standard for the Tali-Wacker, another standard for Whack-a-Jewy.

But the prospect of his product offending others doesn't faze Fechter. Good job, Fechter old boy! You've just outsmarted yourself! Your co-racialists over at B'nai Brith are working real hard to keep the genie in the bottle, and there you go with such elegantly crude examples of kosher double standards in the jewsmedia. This article could be Exhibit A in a future anti-trust suit against the ethnic media monopoly.

"I just wanted to give people a terrorist to whack on," says the inventor. I just want to give people a Communist mass-murderer to whack on (note I didn't say "Jew" to whack on, wink wink, nudge nudge.) I call on Abe Foxman to come out and denounce Mr. Fechter on behalf of the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai Brith! Or is Mr. Fechter a big donor to your organization, Mr.Foxman? Wink wink, nudge nudge.

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