Radio Host Calls Tim Tebow A Nazi

>> Saturday, May 1, 2010

"There is nothing worse than aggressive stupidity." ~ Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

Remember Don Imus getting fired a while back for calling the Rutger's woman's basketball team a bunch of "nappy headed ho's"?

Remember that for several weeks, numerous articles and news stories flooded our newspapers and TV sets calling for Imus' resignation and/or firing? Remember we couldn't go two minutes without hearing some breaking news update about the "racist" Don Imus? Remember all the threats directed toward Imus for his callous remarks?

So why has no one heard about this?

The fact that a radio host can get away with this with no outcry from the mainstream media is more evidence of American descent.

Fred "Toucher" Toettcher, a Boston Sports radio talk show host, called ex University of Florida Quarterback Tim Tebow's NFL Draft party, "some kind of Nazi rally". He went on to say, "So lily-white is what I'm trying to say."

(Toettcher is a German name if I'm not mistaken, isn't it? Well, maybe he has first hand experience with Nazism.)

See, my point here is this: Just because someone holds a party that happens to have a proportionately majority of white attendees, it is not a logical conclusion to assume they are all Nazi's. Or KKK. Or White Supremacists.

We might as well assume that anyone with a German last name is a Nazi.

See the stupidity of the reasoning?

Or perhaps I'm off-base here. Maybe Toettcher just stupidly assumes that Christians are Nazi's. That's a stereotypical assumption often made by the Liberal elite.

Here is a more logical assumption: Toettcher is an idiotic racist, typical Liberal elitist.

Whatever. In any case, Toettcher's remarks should not be ignored. He must be called to account for his dangerously racist comments.

But, but, but--- doesn't he have the right to free speech?

Imus didn't. Well, I guess Toettcher gets a pass because he's a Liberal.

But wait a minute. Imus, although he calls himself a Republican is not exactly a Conservative.

So, what is the difference?

The American media certainly didn't seem to have a problem with censorship when Imus was on the hotseat.

Toettcher's seat isn't even warm.

What's wrong with this picture?

If Imus was wrong, so is Toettcher. I am calling for the Media to treat this incident with the same zealousness and fervor with which they so unmercifully attacked Imus. It's only fair, and, after all, isn't "fairness" the Liberal's buzzword?

I am officially calling for Toettcher to be fired for making racist comments.

Who's with me?

(Cross posted at "Casting Pearls Before Swine".)

(I might as well stop posting over there
. No one comments there anymore.)


ELAshley May 3, 2010 at 9:48 PM  

I'm with you Mark. Fair is fair.

As to Tebow. We can at least conclude that Tebow is doing something right. Many will say this attack was not based upon his stand for Christ. But there is no other reason this DJ would attack Tebow in this manner... Tebow's a racist because why? Because this DJ doesn't like Florida State? It has to be something about Tebow himself that this guy doesn't like. Perhaps all the hoopla about the Superbowl ad? Tebow's mom chose to let her child live rather than abort? Why? Perhaps she's Christian? Tim certainly is.

Why then do so many people hate Tim Tebow? Because he stands for something they despise, namely, God.

Many who read and comment here will say there's no such thing as religious persecution in this country; that Christians aren't being persecuted-- that Christianity is not under attack.

Really? Didn't a federal judge, just a few weeks ago, declare that the National Day of Prayer was unconstitutional and had no basis in American history? The judge, of course is an ignorant fool.

Christianity is under attack. And men like Tim Tebow are convenient targets. And, as I said, he's must be doing something right to be attacked by a godless cretin like this "Toucher" dude.

If you're a Christian, and you're publicly standing firm upon your faith, doing the will of our Lord Jesus, you WILL be attacked and persecuted. Jesus said you would. And you believed in him in spite of that promise, didn't you?

Christians who is not drawing fire upon themselves are not living as solidly for Christ as they could or should.

So, to Fred "Toucher"? You should be fired... though you probably won't. Why? Because most of you liberal types are hypocrites with two sets of rules.

To Tim Tebow? Keep up the good work! Fight the good fight. Never back down, never give in. Stand and you will be delivered.

ELAshley May 3, 2010 at 9:52 PM  

Ouch! Sorry for the typo: substitute 'are' for 'is'

"Christians who ARE not drawing fire..."

BenT - the Unbeliever,  May 4, 2010 at 7:03 AM  

What Don Imus said was stupid and mean. What this DJ said about Tim Tebow was stupid and mean. I don't care.

How can the religion of 76% of Americans be persecuted? It can't. Because persecution isn't the right word. Persecution means sneaking through the night to gather at private homes. Denying your faith in public. Having no outward symbols of your beliefs less you suffer beatings. If you need so badly to feel persecuted that you celebrate name-calling by a shock DJ, then go ahead. Wallow in your "persecution" but don't insist that I agree with you.

ELAshley May 4, 2010 at 9:17 AM  

You have a very narrow view of persecution, Ben. And inaccurate because of it.

Also, a minor correction... 76% of Americans are NOT Christian. There are little 'c' christians and capital 'C' Christians. The difference between the two? I'll let you figure that out. You know I have a lot on my plate this morning, and I shouldn't be here at all!

BenT - the unbeliever,  May 4, 2010 at 5:10 PM  

You have a very wide definition of persecution if just name-calling is persecution. You deny the word it's meaning when you equivocate the example above with persecution. Jews were persecuted in Germany. Tim Tebow was not. Neither have you been persecuted for your faith. Gay men and women who have been beaten to death like Matthew Sheppard were persecuted. Christians that can't place the creche on the courthouse grounds have not been persecuted.

Inconvenienced, annoyed, needled, stung, pushed-back and denied. Use those words instead. There are genuine Christians in other countries who struggle to practice their faith. People who could be beaten for expressing their beliefs. You spit on their struggle when you equivocate the danger they face because of their spirituality with yours.

ELAshley May 4, 2010 at 5:53 PM  

There are Christians in other countries who lose their life because of their faith. Not so here in the US (I'm sure some do, but their deaths are rarely reported as such). But persecution takes on many forms. If I were to be much more upfront and forward at work about my faith and lost my job... isn't that persecution of sort? Franklin Graham being "uninvited" to participate at the Pentagon's observance of National Prayer Day is not persecution? An uninformed (or misinformed) federal judge declaring National Day of Prayer unconstitutional is not a form of persecution, considering the implications should the US Supreme Court not overturn it? Do you honestly believe that persecution only exists when someone is physically beaten or killed?

All it would take would be for me to totally piss you off and you complain to management about me parading my faith (which, admittedly, I don't do) and I would likely be reprimanded, or in a worse case scenario, fired. Wouldn't that be persecution?

Having said all that, I don't disagree with you. It's true that what most real Christians go through in this country does not compare to what goes on in other countries, or among other social groups in THIS country. But in case you haven't noticed, the atmosphere toward Christians in this country is becoming increasingly hostile. No one's being carted of to prison, or being beaten, or executed. But that's not to say these things can't happen here. The REAL church may, one day soon, have no choice BUT to go underground in America. You don't see it, I'm sure (correct me if I'm wrong), but others do. And just because you don't see it doesn't mean it isn't there.

I don't spit on anyone's struggle. I recognize it, pray for them, and pray that what's happening in America now doesn't reach the same level of persecution as theirs. I do not equate what Christians are facing here with what Christians elsewhere endure. But I do recognize the hostility many in this country have toward Christians. It is persecution, but obviously not to the degree that Christians elsewhere endure. Admittedly, Christians have it pretty good compared to elsewhere... for now.

If you choose to keep your definition narrow, fine. I just think you're missing lots of gradation and nuance by doing so.

But here's a question for you... why do YOU think this DJ attacked Tebow? What motive would you assign to the man? Why would he use the word 'Nazi'? Why would he imply racism by using the term 'lily white'? Are you so sure Tebow's faith is not part of what drove this man to slander him?

Mark May 4, 2010 at 8:54 PM  

For the record, I never said Tebow was targeted because he is Christian. I don't know why Toettcher attacked him and his party.

The report seems to imply They were called Nazi's because they were white, but I find that to be curious since Toettcher himself is white.

Therefore, if all it takes to be a Nazi is being "lily white", that means Toettcher is a Nazi, too.

I don't believe he would make that accusation since it indicts himself along with Tebow, so, the only thing I can think of as to why Toettcher insults Tebow and friends thusly must be another reason.

He isn't a "shock jock". He is a sports talk show host. Normally, sports talk show hosts talk about sports. They don't stray into imflammatory controversial racial politics.

What, indeed, is his motivation, Ben, if he isn't insulting Tebow's faith?

Mark May 4, 2010 at 8:56 PM  

I mean, if he isn't insulting Tebow because of his faith.

Anonymous,  May 22, 2010 at 11:19 AM  

(spied the following on the web - Sally)


What kind of wine has Mikey Weinstein been drinking?
As an anti-Christian Jewish supremacist and as the president of the Military Religious Freedom Foundation, he's doing all he can to create an anti-Jewish backlash and help bring about the predicted endtime Holocaust of Jews that'll be worse than Hitler's.
Neither Falwell, Hagee nor any other Christian initiated this prediction. But Weinstein's ancient Hebrew prophets did.
In the 13th and 14th chapters of his Old Testament book, Zechariah predicted that after Israel's rebirth ALL nations will eventually be against Israel and that TWO-THIRDS of all Jews will be killed!
Malachi revealed the reasons: "Judah hath dealt treacherously" and "the Lord will cut off the man that doeth this."
Haven't evangelicals generally been the best friends of Israel and persons perceived to be Jewish? Then please explain the hate-filled back-stabbing by David Letterman (and Sandra Bernhard, Larry David, Kathy Griffin, Bill Maher, Sarah Silverman etc.) against followers of Jesus such as Sarah Palin and Michele Bachmann.
Weinstein wouldn't dare assert that citizens on government property don't have freedom of speech or press freedom or freedom to assemble or to petition the government.
But God-hater Weinstein maliciously wants to eliminate from government property the "free exercise" of religion - especially by evangelicals - a freedom found in the same First Amendment. Significantly, this freedom was purposely listed FIRST by America's founders! (Not-so-subtle Weinstein has even authored a book which has "One Man's War Against an Evangelical Coup" in its title!)
And Weinstein wouldn't try to foist "separation of church and state" on strongly-Jewish Israel, but he does try to foist this non-Constitution-mentioned phrase on strongly-Christian America.
In light of Weinstein's Jewish protectionism and violently anti-Christian obsession, Christians in these endtimes should be reminded of Jesus' warning in Mark 13:9 (see also Luke 21:12) that "in the synagogues ye shall be beaten."
Maybe it's time for some modern Paul Reveres to saddle up and shout "The Yiddish are Coming!"

PS - Some, like Weinstein, are so treacherously anti-Christian they will even join hands at times with enemies, including Muslims, in order to silence evangelicals. It was Weinstein, BTW, who put pressure on the Pentagon to dis-invite Franklin Graham from speaking there on the National Day of Prayer!
PPS - Weinstein is an echo of the anti-Christian, anti-American Hollywood which for a century has dangled every known vice before young people. We seriously wonder how soon the lethal worldwide "flood of filth" (global harming!) that Hollywood has created will engulf and destroy itself and help to bring to power the endtime Antichrist (a.k.a. the Man of Sin and the Wicked One)!

ELAshley May 22, 2010 at 12:49 PM  

Thanks Sally,

I believe you're right. Weinstein may very well join hands with Muslims to, as the article says, silence evangelicals. But where we are now on the prophetic calendar? The end of this age is very near; perhaps ten years by our watches, perhaps mere hours or minutes on God's. Either way, barring terminal disease, sudden death, or accident, I expect to hear that trumpet in the very near future.

But here's something to consider. Somewhere in Ezekiel (I believe) is spelled out the doom of Muslims. They will be destroyed in their last war with Israel. And if I remember correctly, only 1 in 10 Muslims worldwide survive... not enough to ever trouble Israel again in the time remaining in the Tribulation.

Furthermore, persecution of Christians in America IS coming, whatever the boneheads above believe. Will it be like what Christians suffer in other less hospitable countries? Perhaps, perhaps not. But Barack Obama IS fostering and encouraging a greater secularization of government and society at large. And this growing hatred of God and everything even remotely related to the Bible will continue to deepen hostility toward those of us who publicly profess Christ.

Men like Weinstein, however (as the article describes him), will get their reward. And it won't be pretty. God have mercy on them!

Look up, all you who love the Lord; your redemption is drawing very nigh.

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