Washington (CNN) - Former Tea Party Express spokesperson Mark Williams on Monday night defended his latest blog posting in which he called New York City Michael Bloomberg a "Judenrat" and said that one of the journalists who wrote about it "has never read a book" and has "an appalling ignorance" of the Holocaust.
In the blog entry, Williams wrote: "Politically correct Judenrats like New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg and (Manhattan Borough President) Scott Stringer and domestic enemies who are supporting the mosque - with open ties to Islamic Terrorist organizations and supporting states are doing nothing more than erecting a giant middle finger to be thrust at the victims of 911."
In response to TPMMuckraker's Evan McMorris-Santoro story about the post, Williams appended his posting to say that Judenrat "is a derogatory term for the Jews who collaborated with the Nazis. Judenrats were Jews who turned in people like Anne Frank."
"Bloomberg and Stringer are exactly that, selling out not just Jews but all Civilized Mankind to the 21 Century Nazi ideology of Radical Islam as represented by Ground Zero Mosque," Williams wrote.
The American-Israeli Cooperative Enterprise defines the term as "Jewish councils" that were coerced by the Nazis to perform administrative duties as the German army took control of Poland and the Soviet Union.
According to the AICE, they "were responsible for organizing the orderly deportation to the death camps, for detailing the number and occupations of the Jews in the ghettos, for distributing food and medical supplies, and for communicating the orders of the ghetto Nazi masters. The Nazis enforced these orders on the Judenrat with threats of terror, which were given credence by beatings and executions."
Neither a spokesperson for Bloomberg nor a representative from the United States Holocaust Museum were available after hours to comment.
Williams also told CNN that he wants to build a "mirror image" of the Islamic community center known as Park51 in Mecca that would be dedicated to showcasing American values. He said he "would personally commit myself to coming up with funding for such a center."
"How about we reinforce the peaceful, moderate nature that Islam claims to be and how about we have an Uncle Sam center to introduce people to the understanding of human rights," Williams told CNN exclusively.
The former Tea Party Express spokesman went even further and said he would drop his opposition to Park51 if he were allowed to build a "mutual understanding center" in the holiest Muslim city on Earth.
"I will buy into the notion that this imam [Park51 developer Faisal Rauf] is legitimate and he is sincere," Williams said. "I am as sincere and legitimate as he is. If he is willing to take that step and work toward that step [of building an American community center in Mecca], I will do everything in my power that I'm able to make good on my end of the bargain."
Williams said the center would house a copy of the United States Constitution and showcase the "ideas behind it." He described it as a shrine to limited government, individual rights, personal liberty and equality.
"We obviously have a lot to learn about Islam, but Islam has even more to learn about us," Williams said.
Williams was expelled from the Tea Party Express group last month after writing a mock letter from NAACP president Benjamin Jealous to the late President Abraham Lincoln, which he defended as satire.
"Dear Mr. Lincoln," the blog post read, "We [National Association for the Advancement of] Colored People have taken a vote and decided that we don't cotton to that whole emancipation thing. Freedom means having to work for real, think for ourselves, and take consequences along with the rewards. That is just far too much to ask of us [National Association for the Advancement of] Colored People and we demand that it stop!"