I'm afraid TrampLordSwanson (that'll do!) was not joking at all and is only letting his paranoia transpire through his/her pointless accusations. It's just one of these nutcases that do a lot of damage to the Jewish cause and the world's perception of what it means to be a Jew in 2016. Paranoid reactions to the mere mention of the word "Jew" or Jewish" in a perfectly objective opinion about something - here, the mere, innocent fact that Keitel's Brooklyn accent may sound less outlandish from the mouth of Judas, a Jew, than an Far Eastern accent (whether from India or China) where Jewish populations are less preeminent, sounded perfectly harmless and unprejudiced to me. Whether the offended poster is Jewish or not is irrelevant here: (s)he clearly overreacted and there was a complete lack of racism from the person who wrote the comment.
It's this type of reaction that reinforces antisemitism in those that are already prejudiced. Fortunately, the vast majority of the Jewish people I know have more sense and judgement, as well as the greatest sense of humor.
- But you can't have her again as costume designer, Mr. Hitchcock!
- Really, Peggy? Give me Head!