Monday, September 22, 2008

Jews live amongs us

RuthBaderGinsburg looks like a Rat, do you want them to live and breed with Aryan Gods.

Gwyneth Paltrow was born in Los Angeles, California, the daughter of Blythe Danner, an actress, and the late Bruce Paltrow, a film and television director, writer, and producer. Paltrow's father was of Ashkenazi Russian Jewish descent and her mother was raised a Quaker;[2] Paltrow acknowledges her Jewish roots. Paltrow is a descendent of a famous 17th century Polish rabbi, David HaLevi Segal of Krakow,[2] through the Russian rabbinical family, Paltrowitch, which produced thirty-three rabbis over several generations.[18] The actress has said she is very proud of having Jewish ancestry and has attributed some of her father Jewish heritage.

Courteney Bass Cox Arquette (born June 15, 1964), also known as Courteney Cox Arquette, is an American actress, film producer, and former model, known for her role as Monica Geller in the popular television sitcom Friends, Cox married David Arquette on June 12, 1999. On June 13, 2004, she gave birth to their first child, daughter Coco Riley Arquette. The child was originally to be named after her mother as Courteney Cox Arquette.[2] However, Arquette's family objected to this on the grounds that naming a child after a living relative goes against Jewish tradition (David Arquette is Jewish).

Paul Rudd was born in Passaic, New Jersey, the son of Jewish immigrants from England;[1][2][3] his family's original surname was "Rudnitzky".[4] His father, Michael Rudd, is a historical tour guide who was formerly the vice president of World Airways, while Rudd's mother managed a television station.[5] He was raised in Overland Park, Kansas. He attended high school at Shawnee Mission West, and college at the University of Kansas, where he was a member of Sigma Nu fraternity.[6]

Jonah Hill Feldstein into a Jewish family[2] in Los Angeles, California and attended Brentwood School and then Crossroads School in Santa Monica. After graduating from high school, Hill left California to attend school at New School University, where he studied acting. Hill attended the University of Colorado for one semester as a freshman after having left New School University. Hill's brother Jordan is the manager for the bands Maroon 5, Staind, Big City Rock, and Collective Soul.

Seth Rogen was born in Vancouver, British Columbia, the son of Sandy, a social worker, and Mark Rogen, who works for non-profit organizations and as an assistant director of a Workmen's Circle.[1][2] Rogen has described his parents, who met at an Israeli kibbutz, as "radical Jewish socialists".[2]. He has one older sister, Danya, who is a social worker. Rogen attended a Talmud Torah school and Point Grey Secondary School, incorporating many of his classmates into his writing. He was also known for the stand-up comedy he performed at Camp Miriam, a Habonim Dror camp.[1] Rogen got his start in show business at age 13 after signing up for a comedy class. With his trademark deadpan humour, he placed second in the Vancouver Amateur Comedy Contest at 16, then headed south of the border to continue stand-up and acting.

Evan Goldberg born in 1982, is a Canadian comedy television and film writer and producer from Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Goldberg attended McGill University in Montreal, Quebec, Canada before joining the staff of Da Ali G Show with childhood friend Seth Rogen. The two also collaborated on the films Knocked Up and Superbad, as well as Pineapple Express. They are also co-writing and co-producing a remake of The Green Hornet, due out in 2009.[1]

In April 2008, Empire reported that Goldberg and Seth Rogen will write an episode for the animated television series The Simpsons

Judd Apatow was born in Syosset, New York to a Jewish family.[1] His sense of humor provided access to friends while growing up.[2] Obsessed with comedy, Apatow's childhood hero was Steve Martin.[2] He has an older brother Robert and a younger sister Mia;[2] his father was a real estate developer, and his mother worked at a comedy club in Southampton.

Julia Louis-Dreyfus was born in New York City to a wealthy French-Jewish family known for owning the French Louis Dreyfus Group, one of the world's largest commodities trading and merchandising firms (with interests in shipping, real estate and sports management, in addition to agribusiness). Her mother, Judith, is a writer, and her French father, Gérard Louis-Dreyfus (who changed his name to William in the 1940s), is an attorney and business executive.[1][2] Her parents divorced during her childhood and her mother was remarried to L. Thompson Bowles.[1] Louis-Dreyfus' paternal grandfather, Pierre Louis-Dreyfus, was a French Jew who was a member of the French Resistance during World War II; he was the grandson of Léopold Louis-Dreyfus, who founded the Louis-Dreyfus Group.[1][3] Her cousin, Robert Louis-Dreyfus, is the former CEO of Adidas (1993–2001) and the current owner of the Olympique de Marseille soccer team; another cousin, Kaitlin Coble, is Miss North Carolina Teen USA 2007.[4] Julia's half-sister Lauren Bowles--the daughter of Judith and Thompson Bowles--is an actress who appeared with her on The New Adventures of Old Christine and Seinfeld, as well as acting on Veronica Mars and the film Ghost World. She is also 'very, very distantly' related to Richard Dreyfuss and Alfred Dreyfus.

Paulo Costanzo (born September 21, 1978 in Brampton, Ontario) is a Canadian actor of Italian and Jewish ancestry, who is perhaps best-known for his roles in the 2000 comedy Road Trip and the sitcom Joey which ran from 2004-2006.

French Polynesia

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Sports figures

  • Michael Klinger, cricketer. Also an ex collegian at Mount Scopus Memorial College.
  • Albert Rosenfeld, rugby league player
  • Lionel Van Praag, speedway champion
  • Riley Toms, racketball champion of NSW
  • Peter Fuzes, soccer goalkeeper for Hakoah and Australia, Maccabi Hall of Fame 2003. Played 1st grade 1964 till 1976; International career From 1966 to 1972, against Scotland 1967, Greece 1969, Israel 1969 & 1972. Played against various European club sides including AS ROMA 1966, Manchester United at the time of Bobby Charlton & Dennis Law.
  • Todd Goldstein, Australian rules footballer
  • David Zalcberg Australian Jewish Olympic Table Tennis Player. Also an ex collegian at Mount Scopus Memorial College.
  • John Stark, Butterfly 200 metres swimmer. Tokyo Olympics 1964, National 200 m. champion, Maccabian gold medallist 1965. Maccabi Hall of fame inducted 1999.

2.5% of the US population

Michelle Trachtenberg, lead actress in EuroTrip and Ice Princess

Steven Spielberg, director, producer, screenwriter

The Jews can Change their looks by Breeding with Aryans

Ruth Joan Bader Ginsburg looks like a Rat

compared to

Scarlett Johansson, actress


Kate Hudson, lead actress in Raising Helen

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