La Voz de Aztlan Blames Swine Flu on--Of Course!--The Jews
If you're a run-of-the-mill conspiracy-obsessed lefty, you're blaming the swine flu on corporate farming practices, operations that stuff livestock into dens of feces to create horrible humane condition ripe for all types of pathogens to mutate and infect humans. But if you're Hector Carreon, the former Buena Park city employee and fulltime pendejo who runs the gay-bashing, Jew-trashing La Voz de Aztlan, you blame the Jews.
In a May 20 post writing under his pseudonym "Ernesto Cienfuego," Carreon spins a tale so congested with idiotic tendencies he might as well call it the Orange Crush. He mentions the recent completion of a project that mapped out the Mexican genome and claims it was probably used to create the swine flu in a laboratory in order to target Mexicans. The principal evildoer? Mexico's former Minister of Health, Julio Frenk, whom Carreon identifies as a Jew by using the crayons with which all La Voz de Aztlan articles are originally scrawled out to draw a crude yarmulke on a picture of Frenk. Carreon then ties Frenk to neocons at Harvard, whom he ties to Israel, and then provides a grabbag of links in which he previously claimed Jews were trying to destroy Mexico.
Carreon, for you foodies out there, is perhaps the only person I've covered that's more evil than Barbara Coe. Because, see, while Coe rails all types of lies against Mexicans, Muslims, and cellphones, she doesn't call for their extermination like Carreon does for gays and lesbians. And, while Coe is more than happy to go out in public and spew her bile, Carreon hides behind all types of firewalls like the sniveling coward that he is. Oh, the hilarity!
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