July 7, 2010, - 3:55 pm

Cool Americana Video of the Day

By Debbie Schlussel

***  UPDATE:  OOPS!  Reader Jon Grant reminds me that Levi’s supports gun control (and–this I knew–is no longer in the hands of the Strauss family).  Sorry.  I don’t support those who support gun control.  But it’s a cool video, anyway.  Just don’t buy ‘em (my Levi’s are used).  ***

My favorite jeans are Levi’s.  And not just because of how they look and fit.  I take great pride that the company, built by two Jewish American immigrants, is still around.  Levi Strauss founded the company, and helped Davis patent the denim that makes the jeans many of us wear.  Even though they hate Jews, Levi’s are coveted throughout the Islamic world.  And as I always say, it shows their hypocrisy that they love Levi’s but hate Levi Strauss and his people. Check out this great video on Levi’s.  Very interesting and a very uniquely American story (close your eyes and plug your ears for the brief promotion of anti-Israel liar Christiane Amanpour):

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“Levi’s are coveted throughout the Islamic world. …(which) shows their hypocrisy that they love Levi’s but hate Levi Strauss and his people.”

Muzzie want our stuff and hate us all, but Joos most of all. Pigs!

As goes Israel - so goes the World on July 7, 2010 at 4:49 pm

Americana, Jews and Austalians…just doesn’t get better than that!

Skunky on July 7, 2010 at 4:56 pm

The Muslim World loves the iconic American jeans…. but not the Jews who invented it. Probably the single greatest influence America has had upon world fashion trends.

I’ve worn the relaxed fit Levis for years!

It may no longer be made in America but it will always be identified as the American brand since it was founded in the mid nineteenth century by two Jewish American immigrants.

NormanF on July 7, 2010 at 5:28 pm

They used to be a working man’s jeans. Now they are for men who want people to think they work without actually doing any. Acid washed? Pre-stressed? Frayed from the factory? What a crock.

Farmer John on July 7, 2010 at 5:57 pm

“Acid washed? Pre-stressed? Frayed from the factory? What a crock.” I’m with you, John. I buy them “pure”, denim blue or black (my dress jeans) then wear the hell out of them. I have a vintage denim jacket that just past its 19th year, with frays and tears galore. Yet a much younger woman though my jacket was “so cool!” Ah, you can’t beat the classics.

Raymond in DC on July 7, 2010 at 6:42 pm

Jews have had an influence on other jeans, too. Its not widely known the inspiration behind the Wranger jeans brand was Bernard Lichtenstein (‘Rodeo Ben’), a Polish Jewish tailor from ?ód?! He worked with cowboys to create a jeans suitable for rodeo use. Yup, no escaping Jewish influence on what we wear and how we think!

NormanF on July 7, 2010 at 7:54 pm

Sorry,

One of the few times DS is flat wrong.

Even being Jewish won’t save this train.

They long ago sold out to the radical and Sodomite left. Not content with that, they moved offshore eliminating American manufacturing jobs. But wait there’s more: they jacked the price on top of reducing labor costs reaping a whirlwind of profit.

What used to reasonably priced, MADE IN AMERICA, and lasted forever, now wears like shit, is ‘offshored’ putting Americans out of work, and is twice the price they were.

I’m gonna pay $40 for offshore HELLO, *DENIM*, crap?

- Long ago said F.U. to levis.

hold on on July 7, 2010 at 11:36 pm

    Everything today is offshore… that is the reality of living in a global economy. And I bet its the same in every other country too. Import is the way of life now.

    NormanF on July 8, 2010 at 1:15 am

    This is classic! It is just like Walmart: The MBAs from Harvard are running the business.

    If Levi supports gun control, they can screw off.

    As goes Israel - so goes the World on July 8, 2010 at 4:18 pm

I never wear any jeans today (no matter what brand – and especially Levi’s), because the front pockets are way too small and narrow, and if you sit down a certain way, your billfold (and pocket change) will fall out – as will your keychain. I had this experience during high school days. This is why I now wear regular pants with deep pockets.

Having said that, it’s sickening but not surprising that, now with Levi’s in “other” hands, it has bowed down to the altar of political correctness and the “One World” globalist agenda to this extent.

ConcernedPatriot on July 8, 2010 at 2:11 am

Quit Levis many years ago after they pulled support for the Boy Scouts. Always preferred Lee’s and Wrangler’s anyway.

Daniel K on July 8, 2010 at 9:20 am

Hey, if you want cowboy jeans, but Wrangler. Levi’s are miner’s and farmer’s pants. And as was noted by Debbie’s note, Levi Strauss supports (IIRC) Pax, an NGO that supports gobal disarmement.

David B on July 8, 2010 at 12:03 pm

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