|NEW YORK, March 14 (JTA) — I learned a lifelong lesson
during my recent interview with Mel Gibson’s father, Hutton Gibson. The
interview took place on the eve of the release of Mel Gibson’s new
movie, “The Passion of the Christ.”
I learned that there actually were no concentration camps during the
Holocaust, only work camps.
I learned that the Holocaust was a fiction, a fabricated business tool
used strategically to siphon hard-earned money from the coffers of
innocent governments worldwide.
I learned that there are too many survivors left in the world for there
ever to have been a Holocaust.
I learned that the Jews just walked off the plazas of Europe right onto
the streets of the Bronx, Brooklyn, Sydney and Los Angeles. In fact, I
learned that the Germans were such an efficient people that if they had
wanted to murder 6 million people, well then by golly they would have done
But this was only the beginning of my education.
I learned from Hutton Gibson that every generation of Jews aspires
toward global dominion through one world religion and one world
government. I learned that the Rockefellers, Carnegies and Morgans all
were international Jewish bankers whose lifelong plot was to control the
I learned that Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan, as ringleader
of this economic band of brothers, should be hanged.
I learned that America must be violently overthrown and that all states
must secede from the union.
I learned that “Japs” who died in ferocious battles during World
War II simply were fools and human waste to be cleared off the front line
like disposable trash each morning.
I learned that the Vatican has been under Jewish and Masonic control
since 1965. And I at last learned the answer to a question that has
troubled me since birth: The pope, in fact, is not Catholic; he is Jewish.
I learned that when “The Passion of the Christ” was screened at the
Vatican, the pope was considered nothing more than a “hostile witness”
and a “dumb ass,” for he obviously could do only one thing upon
viewing the film: endorse it.
I learned that no one merits salvation in this world but members of the
Gibsons’ fringe Catholic sect.
I learned that the Judeo-Christian principle of love for all mankind is
nothing more than politically correct rhetoric articulated best when
standing before a nationally televised audience. I learned that there is
no room in the neighborhood for minorities and diversity.
I learned that conspiracy theories lie behind every door, that there
are only others to blame for one’s shortcomings in life, only others to
blame for one’s failed dreams. I learned that life is too short for you
to be held accountable for helping to make it a better place.
I learned that all men are not created equal, and those age-old
aspersions of deicide against the Jews are as alive today as they were
2,000 years ago.
I learned that “The Passion” was in fact made so that “everyone
would intimately know the line” from Matthew 27:25: “His blood be upon
us and our children,” the cornerstone of the historic blood libel
against the Jews.
I learned that a child’s blind honor to a bigoted and racist parent
is paramount, and that no wedge will ever be driven between them.
In short, what I learned from Hutton Gibson and his passion was pure,
unadulterated, toxic hatred.
Perhaps most importantly, there really was a valuable message that I
learned during Gibson’s two-hour tirade: This vicious cycle of
generational hate will end only when sons are courageous enough to stand
up to the malevolence of their fathers.
Steve Feuerstein is executive producer and host of “Speak Your
Piece!,” an investigative social-political talk show that airs Mondays
and Wednesdays from 10 p.m. to midnight on WSNR-620 am in New York, New
Jersey and Connecticut. He aired the story of his recent interview on
Hutton Gibson and “The Passion” on Feb. 25. A partial transcript is
available on http://speakyourpiece.net.