February 18, 2011, - 2:38 pm

HILARIOUS Video: More Steven Tyler, Pedophile

By Debbie Schlussel

Last week, I posted a few very funny (and sad) videos of Aerosmith lead singer, American Idol Judge, Carly Simon look-alike, and creepy nearly 63-year-old pedophile, Steven Tyler leering at girls for whom he’s old enough to be great-grandmother. But now there’s a new batch. The second one is particularly hilarious.


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Oh BARF! Where was that bottom photo taken? The nursing home swimming pool? See, that’s what happens when you go swimming with your Depends on.

Sean on February 18, 2011 at 3:16 pm

On an off topic subject, the reason Debbie was attacked earlier this weekly so viciously, Lara Logan was viewed as a saint and her Muslim assailants were ignored is due to destructive PC identity politics.

First, a woman is ALWAYS a victim, second Muslims can NEVER do horrible things – they are the Religion Of Peace, remember and third – the Jews and Israel are ALWAYS evil, twisted and sadistic perpetrators no matter the circumstances. Its open season on them and anti-Semitism is the last respectable and politically correct form of bigotry on earth.

Therefore even if Debbie had chosen more politic words, she would still have been attacked. The blind worship of PC gods ensures that in our society, truth and justice as values come in dead last in the universal order of things.

NormanF on February 18, 2011 at 3:44 pm

See, I wasn’t the only one who thought Steven Tyler was a dead ringer for Carly Simon.

wolf2012 on February 18, 2011 at 3:54 pm

Agreed… that’s not skzion.

Some of these trolls get very creative and there is ever an anti-Semitic or anti-Israel post under my handle, rest assured, its would never be from the real NormanF.

Debbie should just delete the post you flagged.

NormanF on February 18, 2011 at 4:46 pm


ANYBODY who uses the “Kike” word to denigrate Jews as a group is obviously an antisemite. Your sickness has no rational basis.

Go and pound sand is the best advice I can give you.

Eliezer on February 18, 2011 at 4:48 pm


Regardless of what your dictionary says, antisemitism is spelled without the hyphen. A seemingly minor point crops up from time to time but grows in importance the more you reflect upon it. Should one write ‘anti-Semitism’ with a hypen or ‘antisemitism’ as one word? What is the importance of such a technical question and why should anyone, apart from type-setters and proof-readers, worry about it?….

Let me start at the beginning: When did the word ‘antisemitism’ make its first appearance? It is generally attributed to Wilhelm Marr, who was called by the Israeli historian Moshe Zimmermann “The Patriarch of Antisemitism.” Marr coined the term in the 1870s to distinguish between old-time Jew-hatred and modern, political, ethnic, or racial opposition to the Jews. This term made great advances and soon became common usage in many languages. So much so, that it applied not just to the modern brand of Jew-hatred but–against all logic–was attached to all kinds of enmity toward Jews, past and present. Thus we now say ‘antisemitism’, even when we talk about remote periods in the past, when one had no inkling of this modern usage. Purists no longer cry out in dismay against such anachronistic practice; it is currently established procedure to use ‘antisemitism’ for all types of Jew-hatred.

Let’s go back to the hyphen then. What’s the difference? If you use the hyphenated form, you consider the words ‘Semitism’, ‘Semite’, ‘Semitic’ as meaningful. They supposedly convey an image of a real substance, of a real group of people–the Semites, who are said to be a race. This is a misnomer: firstly, because ‘semitic’ or ‘aryan’ were originally language groups, not people; but mainly because in antisemitic parlance, ‘Semites’ really stands for Jews, just that.

And mind you, Jews are not a separate race at all (as there’s only one race – the Human Race). They do not all have inherent characteristics in common that may distinguish them from other people. What unites them is a tradition, culture, history , destiny maybe, but not genetics (even if some subgroups of Jews share certain genetics). If you do assume for a moment that Semites are a special race, consider also the implication that this so-called race comprises both Jews and Arabs. One often talks of the kinship between these two, who are now at loggerheads with each other. Be that as it may, antisemites talking against ‘Semites’ do not generally refer to Arabs; they mean Jews. So did the Nazis who killed the Jews and invited cooperation from the Arabs.

It is obvious then that ‘anti-Semitism’ is a non-term, because it is not directed against so-called ‘Semitism’. If there is any substance to the term, it is only to denote a specifically anti-Jewish movement. Antisemitism is a generic term which signifies a singular attitude to a particular group of people. As the late philosopher Zvi Diesendruck pointed out, “There has never been coined a standing term for the merely negative attitude” to any other people in history. Only antisemitism; only against Jews.

So the hyphen, or rather its omission, conveys a message; if you hyphenate your ‘anti-Semitism’, you attach some credence to the very foundation on which the whole thing rests. Strike out the hyphen and you will treat antisemitism for what it really is–a generic name for modern Jew-hatred which now embraces this phenomenon as a whole, past, present and–I am afraid–future as well.

Eliezer on February 18, 2011 at 4:55 pm

BTW, the above also pulls the rug from under Semites who claim they can’t be antisemitic because they’re Semites themselves (e.g Helen Thomas).

Eliezer on February 18, 2011 at 4:59 pm

Antisemitism isn’t about Semites. It’s about Jews! Antisemitism was coined and used as a fancy word to describe hatred of the Jews for no other reason then them being Jews.

Sorry about the multiple posts.

Eliezer on February 18, 2011 at 5:01 pm

Regardless of how its spelled, anti-Semitism means hatred of the Jews. It has never been understood to mean anything else and its modern (or is the post-modern) incarnation, anti-Zionism, is simply a variety of anti-Semitism that is opposed to the existence of the Jews as a collective sovereign people in their ancient homeland Israel. All anti-semites want to see the Jews in any form, disappear from the earth.

And I concur with you Eliezer, that the longest and oldest hatred of a people in recorded human history won’t ever disappear from the world – not I think, until the arrival of the Messiah here.

NormanF on February 18, 2011 at 5:08 pm

OMG, he looks like that home movie footage of an alleged Bigfoot sighting that’s been played on TV for years.

CornCoLeo on February 18, 2011 at 5:16 pm

    W/O body hair of course.

    CornCoLeo on February 18, 2011 at 5:17 pm

Wow, what is with the adherents to the ‘religion of peace’ coming here and spreading their hate, lies, and threats? I thought Islam was a peaceful religion, what is with the constant violent talk?

Wow, maybe…..maybe islam is NOT a peaceful religion like the libtarded media keeps bleating? Gosh, I better sit down….next they’ll try to tell me that Obama didn’t deserve a Nobel Peace Prize!! The mind reels….

Cameron on February 18, 2011 at 5:25 pm

It wouldn’t surprise me if Henry’s IP address resolved to Dearbornistan.

They’re closer than you think.

NormanF on February 18, 2011 at 5:33 pm

Sadly, its the cretians like henry that Debbie needs to worry about. Always a good thing to be locked and loaded at all times, which we all know Debbie always is.

wolf2012 on February 18, 2011 at 6:10 pm

Interesting twist. The article humorously cites the similarity of Carly Simon & Steven Tyler, but then morphs into some anti-jew bullshit. Am I not seeing something? Last time I saw Jagger in person, he looked like Don Knotts wearing a toupee. But I don’t know if either of them were Jewish.

#1 Vato on February 19, 2011 at 2:47 pm

Jeez. JK is spot on (in a comical way about something that isn’t really funny when you get down to the bare bones of the matter) about high-lighting this disturbing behaviour that Steven Tyler just doesn’t seem to know is creepy and reflects badly on him.

How disappointing. Always liked ST and Aerosmith.

Skunky on February 19, 2011 at 3:01 pm

I dont see comments from any Henry??

H: Henry was banned, and FYI, he is Muslim and a Hezbollah supporter, as was indicated by his e-mail address. Henry was in no way his real name. DS

haley on February 19, 2011 at 4:44 pm

I never pictured Jimmy Kimmel would be a crusader against pedophiles but that’s what he’s done. With “funny” to boot. Great segments. At this point it’s hard to imagine hiim with that ex of his Sarah Silverman. Hate her.

samurai on February 20, 2011 at 10:44 am

Yikes, NormanF, I gather that someone was posting under my nick while I was away.

skzion on February 20, 2011 at 1:47 pm

(That was strange. I replied to NormanF’s Feb 18 4:46 post, and my reply was placed below samurai’s Feb 20 post.)

skzion on February 20, 2011 at 1:49 pm

Steven Tyler is fairly creepy, but isn’t it a bit libelous to call him a pedophile?

Dr. Phartz on February 20, 2011 at 11:07 pm

Debbie, has it ever occurred to you that perhaps the Jimmy Kimmel program and American Idol are in cahoots? This is the Disney corporation we’re talking about, and they are known for their clever marketing gimmicks. When you think about it, “Steven Tyler’s Creepy Leers” is a redundant phrase. The guy looks creepy under ANY circumstances. Personally, I don’t think he looks any creepier in those two YouTube clips than he does in most Aerosmith promotional videos. Hell, he’d look creepy browsing through The Old Oxford English Dictionary at a local library.

Irving on February 21, 2011 at 1:04 am

Heh: What’s that Aerosmith song about molestation: Janie’s got a gun…”…?

P. Aaron on February 21, 2011 at 8:52 am

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