September 16, 2018
Can you think of a more ovenworthy band than The Beatles?
Everything about the so-called “Fab Four” was cancerous to white society: their flowery and faggy music, their race-mixing lead singer and his vision of a borderless utopia, their self-indulgent promotion of Eastern superstition, their strong ties to the state-manufactured hippie movement…
But look; I’m a reasonable man.
If The Beatles’ hit song Hey Jude was indeed about the ratfaced kikes, I’d be willing to forgive them for their crimes against Western civilization. Heck, as a personal gesture of goodwill to a band who managed to get millions of Boomers to sing “HEY JEW, DON’T MAKE IT BAD” around the world, I’d personally seed their entire discography on The Pirate Bay for two weeks minimum.
Alas, it turns out that Hey Jude was… literally about a woman named Jude, lol.
The Beatles classic ‘Hey Jude’ had nothing to do with the Jewish faith despite an angry claim to the contrary, according to Paul McCartney.
In a new interview with GQ, Sir Paul revealed when the 50-year-old song was first released (August 26, 1968 in the U.S. and August 30 in the UK) ardent Jewish fans rang him up to tell him that “Jude” had a darker resonance.
“I liked the name Jude,” he said. “I didn’t realize it meant Jewish, which it does.” The Beatles, he continued, owned a small fashion outlet called the Apple Boutique in London and decided to splash the title ‘Hey Jude’ in the street window to draw attention to the venture.
A gentleman named Mr. Leon called soon after, furious. “He said ‘What are you doing? How dare you do this?'” McCartney recalled. “Because in Hitler’s day, the Nazi thing, ‘Juden Raus’ meant ‘Jews out.’
And it still means “Jews out,” you brainless kike.
He said ‘I am going to send my son around to beat you up.’ I said ‘hey baby, nothing to do with that.’ I was suddenly alerted that it would have caused him a lot of problems because his family would have experienced that. I calmed him down and his son didn’t come around to beat me up.”
‘Hey Jude’ became the band’s most successful single and a global sensation, credited as per style to Lennon–McCartney. It topped the charts around the world, staying at No 1 in the U.S. for nine weeks and selling over five million copies.
Paul McCartney conceived it when he was driving to John Lennon’s house to console John’s 5-year-old son Julian over his parents’ divorce. By the time he arrived at the Weybridge home of John and Cynthia he had composed the song, originally titled ‘Hey Julian‘.
Just when you think The Beatles couldn’t have been gayer…
Anyway, this story isn’t really about The Beatles. It’s about the neurotic and paranoid nature of the common yid.
Just imagine how self-absorbed and solipsistic you must be to think that a light-hearted pop song was about (((YOU))) because the English name “Jude” translated into “Jew” in a different language.
And the funniest part is that these Jewish fans were basically attacking their own team. The four members of The Beatles weren’t Jewish, but their fag manager Brian Epstein was, as were the ultra-liberal ideals the band inflicted on the goyim.
(The Israeli government banned The Beatles from performing in Israel during the 1960s because they believed the band would corrupt Israeli youths. Let that sink in for a moment.)
So yeah, Jews were paranoid and insane back in the 1960s, long before any mention of the “Holocaust,” and they are still paranoid and insane now.
Must be genetic…