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  1. New laws coming to install Zionist THOUGHT POLICE on every college campus across America https://banned.video/watch?id=662e1e69aebc075a9b1f6834 https://www.brighteon.com/61e7497c-d9a7-4f6c-bc53-a3ea1f14d89f
  2. #Zionism is not #Judaism, it is a #Political #Philosophy by #ATHEIST Theoder #Herzl. It had its 1st expressions in 1897 in Switzerland, Europe. How can ATHEIST Herzl find a state that "God promised his #chosen people?" Its #Satanic #Racist #Imperialism using #Terrorism to maintain its power...
  3. Orthodox Christianity and Zionism are Morally Incompatible - Orthodox Reflections It is common in America, and other Western countries, to use the term “Judeo-Christian” when speaking about culture and morals. This is done for several reasons. It emphasizes the common perception that Christianity was derived from Judaism. The phrase links the two religions together via the Old Testament, which seemingly gives them a common foundation in law and morals. The phrase is beloved of the ecumenical movement, as it implies that both religions, while different, are equally valid. The phrase also works as a way of forming a unified “tribe” against Muslims, and others, who are not part of “Judeo-Christian” civilization. In a hostile world, all of us “Judeo-Christians” have to stick together. We all have the same enemies, and the same friends. Our interests are perfectly aligned. Together, we’re the good guys! Every bit of what is written above is completely false. The phrase “Judeo-Christian” is a propaganda slogan, not a statement of truth. Rabbinic Judaism, especially when infused with Zionism, is completely incompatible with Orthodox Christianity in all respects – morally, religiously, and culturally. For that matter, the same applies to Christian Zionism, which is even further afield from Orthodoxy than older, more “mainline” Protestants were until their moral collapse. Before we explore how and why Zionism is incompatible with Orthodoxy, let’s get our religious timeline in order. Orthodox Christianity is actually older than Rabbinic Judaism, and did not “derive” from it. Following the Day of Pentecost, the Apostles and their disciples began spreading the Christian Faith far and wide. The Early Church used the Old Testament scriptures in Greek, and Christian liturgical worship was influenced by both the Temple in Jerusalem and Synagogue practices of the time. The Apostles were Hebrews, after all. After the destruction of the Second Temple in A.D. 70., the heart of the Jewish religion was ripped out. The true Mosaic religion had been sacerdotal, based on sacrifices in the Temple to reconcile with God. Decades after the Temple was destroyed, rabbis gathering at a city called Jamnia around A.D. 90 started to lay the foundations for what became the modern faith of Rabbinic Judaism. These rabbis were grounded in the Pharisaic tradition, the same one that Christ had so often sharply criticized in His earthly ministry. Over succeeding centuries as Rabbinic Judaism developed, the Talmud was compiled. The Talmud contains the writings, teachings and opinions of thousands of rabbis on a variety of subjects, including halakha, Jewish ethics, philosophy, customs, history, folklore, Biblical interpretation, and other topics. The Talmud is the basis for all codes of Jewish law and is widely quoted in rabbinic literature. The compilation of the Talmud probably began prior to the birth of Christ, but continued in Babylon up till at least the 5th century. There are also Rabbinic commentaries that are considered part of Talmudic studies which were written as late as the 10th Century. Rabbinic Judaism is not the religion practiced by Jesus while He was on Earth. It arose decades after His Ascension. Rabbinic Judaism was not a foundational influence on Christianity. Much of the Pharisaic teaching written in the Talmud are the same “traditions of men” that Christ repudiated as recorded in such scriptures as Matthew 15:9, “They worship Me in vain, teaching as doctrines the commands of men.” Christianity is a sacerdotal religion centered around Jesus’ sacrifice as represented in the Eucharist at the center of each Divine Liturgy. Rabbinic Judaism uses prayer and penitence to take the place of sacrifices which can no longer be offered in the absence of the Temple. In truth, Christianity seems to have had way more influence on the rabbis than the rabbis had on the Fathers of the Church. Rabbinic Judaism is an explicit denial of Christ as the promised Messiah. It is incompatible with Christianity on that basis alone. Rabbinic Jews still await their messiah, whom Christians assert not only has already come, but Who is God Incarnate. While we could stop there, there is much more to consider such as the impact of Zionism. Rabbinic Judaism, founded after Orthodox Christianity, is not even the same religion as it was a mere 100 years ago. Since its founding in 1897, the Zionist movement within Judaism has gone from a fringe idea, heavily opposed by rabbis as being a repudiation of God (who alone could re-found Israel, perhaps via the coming of the Messiah), to practically taking over the religion. The current War in Gaza has exposed the depths of religious fervor that Zionism now commands among what appears to be the vast majority of global Jews. (There are still Anti-Zionist Jews, more on that later.) Christian Zionism got its start about 50 years earlier than the Jewish version. Heavily steeped in a particular understanding of “End Times Prophecies”, Christian Zionism has proven an essential support network for the modern State of Israel. Before we move on, let us once more observe the dates. Christian Zionism dates from the mid-19th Century. Jewish Zionism got its start in 1897. The beliefs that human action could re-found the State of Israel without God, and that Biblical prophecies require a modern Jewish state for Christ to return, are not ancient but very, very modern. Their recent vintage alone are enough to make such beliefs suspicious to an Orthodox Church which is over 2,000 years old. Rabbinic Judaism, with its explicit denial of Christ, is religiously incompatible with a Christian Faith dedicated to worshipping Christ as God. In addition, any religion influenced by Zionism (whether nominally Jewish or Christian) is morally incompatible with Orthodox Christianity. We will see this clearly below, as we examine some of the common Zionist claims and compare them with the Orthodox perspective. Continued ... .
  4. Zionism is not the same as Judaism ! Jews follow the Torah Judaism is a Religion Zionists follow the Talmud Zionism is a Political Movement
  5. https://www.bitchute.com/video/USCqlW6KHNqe/ Channel covers all sorts of NWO stuff, and goes deep into the Talmud, Zohar, Kabbalah, Jesus etc. Very interesting stuff.
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