Zombie, a Bay Area photojournalist who has done a great job at exposing the far Left at their various rallies in the Bay Area, looks at a disturbing report of racist literature distributed by a white supremacist group in Berkeley (See Racist Literature Distributed in Berkeley).
The racist literature included anti-black, anti-Jewish messages and were produced by White Aryan Resistance, a hate group founded by Tom Metzger, a KKK member.
Zombie notes one of the papers found stated "JOIN the UNITED STATES ARMY and FIGHT for ISRAEL." It also had a drawing of a "stereotypical big-nosed Jew giving orders to an American soldier." Zombie then showed through various photos how this same message has been stated by the anti-war Left at rallies held here in the Bay Area.
On a similar note, I recall how Cindy Sheehan was hailed by David Duke and other white supremacist kooks when she came to national prominence protesting outside President Bush's ranch in 2005. The reason? St. Cindy made remarks such as, "...my first born was murdered. Am I angry? Yes, he was killed for lies and for a PNAC [Project for a New American Century] Neo-Con agenda to benefit Israel. My son joined the Army to protect America, not Israel." For more on this, see Ben Johnson's 2005 article, "American Nazi Idol."
Zombie concludes with a great point.
"All the reports mention the fact that there was anti-Semitic material found, and it was decried and condemned by the various people quoted in the article. But then why -- when the exact same messages are displayed at left-wing rallies -- does the media not produce news reports exposing the anti-Semitism of the 'peace movement'? "