Is This The Face Of A Jew?
Judaic or Not Judaic?
by Michael Hoffman | January 12, 2011
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Lois Totman was the mother of Jared Lee Loughner's mother, Amy Totman (Loughner). Lois Totman was the daughter of Anton and Jessie Bleifuss. According to census records, Anton Bleifuss was born in Bremen, Germany. Bleifuss may be a Judaic name. (The left-wing journalist Joel Bleifuss is Judaic.)
Therefore, Anton Bleifuss, Jared Lee Loughner's great-grandfather, may have been Judaic. (By the way, the German version of the video game "Screamer" is called "Bleifuss".)
The Zionists are desperate not to have Loughner labeled as being of Judaic descent. Reporter Ron Kampeas asked researcher Nate Bloom about this, in a column for the Jewish Telegraph Agency (Jan. 12, 2011). Bloom states flat out: "Loughner's family was in no way Jewish, nor was his mother..."
There you have it. The "expert" Nate Bloom has declared the belief we must all accept — but...
A bit down in his paragraph, Bloom concedes that even though Loughner's mother is "in no way Jewish," lo and behold, she is indeed, at least a little (but not too much): " — but she might have mentioned her Jewish grandfather, beloved enough to live on in her brother's name, with pride or interest.
"Under those circumstances Loughner, who sought 'chaos' according to Tierney, might have sought to provoke his mother and his uncle by pretending to admire (or actually admiring) Adolph (sic) Hitler. He might have told Tierney that his mother was Jewish as a shorthand, or might have seen her as Jewish...Or he might have explained the lineage, \and Tierney might understandably have conflated it as 'mother Jewish."
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