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Re: Noahide

 

Israel is for the most part a high-tech secularized state and, unlike Judeophobic/Christophobic lands, largely absent of fundamentalists. Although it's not a stretch of the imagination to conceive of Israeli technocrats posing a threat to global freedom, that an ancient set of religious laws would somehow be involved and imposed by rabbis on the world is a rather fantastic notion.

 

I'm in agreement with 90-95% of what Mr. Icke writes about in The Answer, save for what Appendix 2 tries to convince readers of.

 

Re: Christians & Israel

 

There are Christians who feel the state of Israel (Zion) is something precious to the Lord, despite its having been primarily if not entirely founded by secularists (as opposed to religious Jews) and voted in favorably by the globalist-agenda-driven U.N., arguably the very enemy of true believers. If anything, some think Israel is being prepared not for the Messiah's return but for the appearance of the Antichrist. If such is the case, this would help to explain certain anti-Zionist sentiments expressed by some people.

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Re: Christians & Israel: Addendum

 

One rather well-known and influential pundit, a man who has been dubbed Israel's preeminent revisionist historian, has referred to Christianity, in passing, as a mythology. I'm not sure what exactly he means by this, but I interpret it as a comment which, seemingly, snidely belittles the entire faith of Christian Zionists the world over, via one casually expressed and flippantly expressed polysyllable, if in fact this man is implying Christ as being ahistorical. If so, is this part of his revisionism, also? Just imagine if you are of the adamant opinion that Christ never lived in human form, despite all the recorded and extra-canonical evidence to the contrary. If you were to base in part your polemical foundation on a shaky premise as this, can you possibly be said to display truly detached objectivity in your examination and profuse coverage of the Zionist situation? Maybe not. Maybe one's ultimate stance on the matter is based on a political slant/bias.

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On 5/8/2021 at 6:10 AM, Hegel Schmegel said:

Re: Christians & Israel

 

There are Christians who feel the state of Israel (Zion) is something precious to the Lord, despite its having been primarily if not entirely founded by secularists (as opposed to religious Jews) and voted in favorably by the globalist-agenda-driven U.N., arguably the very enemy of true believers. If anything, some think Israel is being prepared not for the Messiah's return but for the appearance of the Antichrist. If such is the case, this would help to explain certain anti-Zionist sentiments expressed by some people.

 

I believe the short of it, in part: that the whole Christian-Zionism stems from the idea of "Dispensationalism" within lies the ideas of "premillennialism" - in modern times C.I Scofield heavily influenced the fundamentalists of evangelical denominations of American Christianity in the 19thC. Literal interpretation of the bible kind of stuff,  where Israel becoming a nation state is fulfilment of Gods prophecy before Christ returns, heralding the rapture and the thousand year reign of Christ's Kingdom on Earth...  one of the reasons the US administrations always vote for war... the Christian Zios literally want to bring about full Armageddon so the rapture can occur and they can 'be saved' ....  it's all about them, of course....  short jist that I think is where the Christian-Zio comes from...

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Adam Green's website goes down at the same time this whole Jerusalem saga has kicked off.

 

Coincidence? Probably not...

 

This interview is fucking great

 

Hearing it directly from a Palestinian instead of some shitty newscaster is something else, the media's bias is laid completely bare when you hear their version of events vs the actual civilians who are oppressed by these terrorists.

 

https://www.bitchute.com/video/U5LTAEM2yGOZ/

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On 6/3/2021 at 11:47 PM, bamboozooka said:

hmm i wonder why noone has posted this sooner. doesn't fit eh bois?

well its moving quickly now. bye bye netti. 

 

Herzog elected Israel’s new president with 87 votes, as midnight deadline looms for opposition to oust Netanyahu

https://www.rt.com/news/525468-israel-president-voted-parliament-election/

 

 

 

US based channel made by mega Zionists, but got some interesting stuff if you want to see things from their perspective.

 

This is two weeks old. They have a very similar set up to NZ (and Germany I think) a variation of Proportional Representation

 

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On 6/3/2021 at 12:47 PM, bamboozooka said:

hmm i wonder why noone has posted this sooner. doesn't fit eh bois?

well its moving quickly now. bye bye netti. 

 

Herzog elected Israel’s new president with 87 votes, as midnight deadline looms for opposition to oust Netanyahu

https://www.rt.com/news/525468-israel-president-voted-parliament-election/

 

 

 

I don't think you're the person to talk about narratives fitting considering you were suckling on the Qanon hopium tit a few months ago. Then when you were given contradicting evidence you threw your toys out of the pram and refused to hear anything out of your echochamber, so yeah, you're one to talk 😂

 

Netanyahu being replaced is an eye roll at best, the man he is being replaced by is another jewish supremacist who openly talks about conquering the arab world and building greater israel. So nothing new then...

 

Can't even tell what your argument is because you don't have one lmao

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22 minutes ago, FVCK BILLY G4TES said:

I don't think you're the person to talk about narratives fitting considering you were suckling on the Qanon hopium tit a few months ago. Then when you were given contradicting evidence you threw your toys out of the pram and refused to hear anything out of your echochamber, so yeah, you're one to talk 😂

 

Netanyahu being replaced is an eye roll at best, the man he is being replaced by is another jewish supremacist who openly talks about conquering the arab world and building greater israel. So nothing new then...

 

Can't even tell what your argument is because you don't have one lmao

 

Nah, this new guy is clearly a white hat, they took over Israel months ago ..all the lockdowns were a smokescreen.

Patriots in controll.

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When it comes to the decades-long Palestinian-Israeli conflict, in which letting bygones be bygones seems to be easier said than done, there is much room for dialogical debate, complex as this is as opposed to being cut-and-dry. (I feel it smacks of wokeism/political correctness to want conformity of opinion on certain debatable issues and to demonize intellectual dissent as out to intentionally "cause division.")

 

For those who have not succumbed to wokeism or have fallen for the Protocols, it is generally felt that in a professed democracy such as the United States, support for Israel, a democratic ally, ought to be a bipartisan affair. Yet, in cases where the provocation of Israeli retaliation occurs, the common reaction has been the leftist/PC media's subsequent zeroing in and magnification only on the actions of the retaliatory party. I don't believe this can be solely attributed to possibly Arab-inspired anti-American sentiments, which sees the U.S. and its allies as being overall "oppressive" colonial powers, much of which is cover for (veiled) anti-Jewishness and insidious expansionism of their own.

 

For centuries, the Jewish people, regardless of statehood, have been arbitrarily attacked and made the scapegoats for no other reason than their ethnic heritage. History informs us, for example, of Muslim zealots who for centuries, prior to the 19th, persecuted Jews (regarded as dhimmi as opposed to imperialists), for no other reason than that the persecutors were incorrigibly dogmatic bigots, if not djinn-possessed.

 

Indeed, an argument could be made that the religious aspect of Zionism -- the purest and most legitimate aspect -- has been superseded or hijacked by a pseudo-Jewish faction said to be driven by a sinister, conspiratorial agenda; in effect devilishly marring what at its root is a non-pejorative term. Perhaps the overzealous exposers of this (theoretical) diabolical agenda are doing a disservice to all Israeli Jews and religious Zionists, in their inadvertently(?) painting these ones with the same brush.

 

Interestingly, hate-mongering muftis in and around Palestine during the mid-to-late 1930s had allied themselves with the Nazi Party, some even co-opting the swastika and the brownshirts' salute, and took to championing on their fascist anti-Jewish friends and sometimes financial supporters, such as the SS, who funded these Palestinians and their anti-Semitic deeds. 

 

To this day, psychologically disturbed pro-Hamas protestors in Western lands such as Canada have been known to use the Nazi salute in seeming admiration of their hate-filled, thuggish predecessors. A disturbing fact which many an anti-Zionist conveniently glazes over and minifies, despite their professing to despise fascism in all its forms.

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9 hours ago, Hegel Schmegel said:

When it comes to the decades-long Palestinian-Israeli conflict, in which letting bygones be bygones seems to be easier said than done, there is much room for dialogical debate, complex as this is as opposed to being cut-and-dry. (I feel it smacks of wokeism/political correctness to want conformity of opinion on certain debatable issues and to demonize intellectual dissent as out to intentionally "cause division.")

 

For those who have not succumbed to wokeism or have fallen for the Protocols, it is generally felt that in a professed democracy such as the United States, support for Israel, a democratic ally, ought to be a bipartisan affair. Yet, in cases where the provocation of Israeli retaliation occurs, the common reaction has been the leftist/PC media's subsequent zeroing in and magnification only on the actions of the retaliatory party. I don't believe this can be solely attributed to possibly Arab-inspired anti-American sentiments, which sees the U.S. and its allies as being overall "oppressive" colonial powers, much of which is cover for (veiled) anti-Jewishness and insidious expansionism of their own.

 

For centuries, the Jewish people, regardless of statehood, have been arbitrarily attacked and made the scapegoats for no other reason than their ethnic heritage. History informs us, for example, of Muslim zealots who for centuries, prior to the 19th, persecuted Jews (regarded as dhimmi as opposed to imperialists), for no other reason than that the persecutors were incorrigibly dogmatic bigots, if not djinn-possessed.

 

Indeed, an argument could be made that the religious aspect of Zionism -- the purest and most legitimate aspect -- has been superseded or hijacked by a pseudo-Jewish faction said to be driven by a sinister, conspiratorial agenda; in effect devilishly marring what at its root is a non-pejorative term. Perhaps the overzealous exposers of this (theoretical) diabolical agenda are doing a disservice to all Israeli Jews and religious Zionists, in their inadvertently(?) painting these ones with the same brush.

 

Interestingly, hate-mongering muftis in and around Palestine during the mid-to-late 1930s had allied themselves with the Nazi Party, some even co-opting the swastika and the brownshirts' salute, and took to championing on their fascist anti-Jewish friends and sometimes financial supporters, such as the SS, who funded these Palestinians and their anti-Semitic deeds. 

 

To this day, psychologically disturbed pro-Hamas protestors in Western lands such as Canada have been known to use the Nazi salute in seeming admiration of their hate-filled, thuggish predecessors. A disturbing fact which many an anti-Zionist conveniently glazes over and minifies, despite their professing to despise fascism in all its forms.

I think most anti zionists are anti zionists for no other reasons than their policy and track record of stealing people's homes and lands based on some superiority complex and apartheid. Until that is solved, there's not much room for real discussion.

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11 hours ago, Hegel Schmegel said:

When it comes to the decades-long Palestinian-Israeli conflict, in which letting bygones be bygones seems to be easier said than done, there is much room for dialogical debate, complex as this is as opposed to being cut-and-dry. (I feel it smacks of wokeism/political correctness to want conformity of opinion on certain debatable issues and to demonize intellectual dissent as out to intentionally "cause division.")

 

For those who have not succumbed to wokeism or have fallen for the Protocols, it is generally felt that in a professed democracy such as the United States, support for Israel, a democratic ally, ought to be a bipartisan affair. Yet, in cases where the provocation of Israeli retaliation occurs, the common reaction has been the leftist/PC media's subsequent zeroing in and magnification only on the actions of the retaliatory party. I don't believe this can be solely attributed to possibly Arab-inspired anti-American sentiments, which sees the U.S. and its allies as being overall "oppressive" colonial powers, much of which is cover for (veiled) anti-Jewishness and insidious expansionism of their own.

 

For centuries, the Jewish people, regardless of statehood, have been arbitrarily attacked and made the scapegoats for no other reason than their ethnic heritage. History informs us, for example, of Muslim zealots who for centuries, prior to the 19th, persecuted Jews (regarded as dhimmi as opposed to imperialists), for no other reason than that the persecutors were incorrigibly dogmatic bigots, if not djinn-possessed.

 

Indeed, an argument could be made that the religious aspect of Zionism -- the purest and most legitimate aspect -- has been superseded or hijacked by a pseudo-Jewish faction said to be driven by a sinister, conspiratorial agenda; in effect devilishly marring what at its root is a non-pejorative term. Perhaps the overzealous exposers of this (theoretical) diabolical agenda are doing a disservice to all Israeli Jews and religious Zionists, in their inadvertently(?) painting these ones with the same brush.

 

Interestingly, hate-mongering muftis in and around Palestine during the mid-to-late 1930s had allied themselves with the Nazi Party, some even co-opting the swastika and the brownshirts' salute, and took to championing on their fascist anti-Jewish friends and sometimes financial supporters, such as the SS, who funded these Palestinians and their anti-Semitic deeds. 

 

To this day, psychologically disturbed pro-Hamas protestors in Western lands such as Canada have been known to use the Nazi salute in seeming admiration of their hate-filled, thuggish predecessors. A disturbing fact which many an anti-Zionist conveniently glazes over and minifies, despite their professing to despise fascism in all its forms.

 

People are not just anti-Zio, they're also anti-Bolshevism and anti-supremacist. To say the issue is just about zionism is silly. People are just sick of people that view themselves as the master race, and people think Amalek has a right to exist.

 

The "eternally persecuted" thing is another supremacist position because you're saying that a certain group could do no wrong, and that it's always the gentiles at fault. So you're saying 109 expulsions was always the other groups fault? In reality it's way more than that too because some countries expelled them multiple times.

 

Imagine putting people in an open-air prison and then bitching that they threw up a Roman, what kind of sick person does that?

 

Also, there are no nazis, just National Socialists. Even this guy knows that and he isn't European.

 

 

Disclaimer: I don't endorse everything this guy says before anyone starts.

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The expression 'God works in mysterious ways' just may in fact be applicable in this case. If it is according to a divine plan that the Third Jewish Temple be rebuilt, who's to say that God isn't using -- however indirectly, imperceptibly, as He sometimes has in the past, according to Scripture -- people not His own, at times even impostors or outright enemies, in order to carry out His will, by means of 'placing it into the hearts' of, in this case, the ultra-Zionists who, although having their own agenda for rebuilding the Temple, may unbeknownst to them be unwittingly setting into place the necessary building blocks in harmony with biblical eschatology.

 

Then again, some have wondered whether the whole 'ultra-Zionist plot' theory is maybe nothing more than a clever invention of propagandists operating from within a Fourth Reich, ultimately deceiving those who promote it, who have fallen for this particular campaign in thought reform.

 

Following Germany's defeat in WW2, it is well-known that numerous Nazis fled to various parts of the world -- some have speculated Brazil, Argentina, Spain, with Israel possibly having been an even more plausible destination point for these ones in which to covertly settle, as members of an occult-based fifth column. The Nazis' knowledge of rocket science and possession of advanced technology was said to be superior to anyone else's, with high-ranking Nazi officials and scientists, via Project Paperclip, having found their way into top establishment positions in the U.S.

 

To this day, anti-American sentiments frequently depict the U.S. in generalized terms (e.g. 'the U.S. funded so-and-so', etc) when it is more likely an anti-American faction within that's responsible for marring or attempting to mar the democratic nation's reputation in the non-free world, as well as attempting to dismantle the Constitution.

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The eternal victms are gangstalking & trying to cancel Cynthia..coz thats what they spend their lives doing, trying to silence anybody who gets in their way & dares tell the truth..like they did with David Icke & will do their hardest to end your career & life.

Cynthia McKinney knows the truth & she knows who runs America & who financed the slave trade.

 

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Germany’s Merkel reportedly angry that news of her trip to Israel was leaked

 
15 July 2021
 

"German Chancellor Angela Merkel is reportedly angry that news of her upcoming visit to Israel was leaked to Israeli media.

According to the Kan public broadcaster, Merkel, who is slated to leave office at the end of this year, agreed to visit Israel and meet with Prime Minister Naftali Bennett in August. But her office reportedly requested that the visit be kept under wraps due to the ongoing uncertainty surrounding the trip, and was unhappy to see it aired in Israeli news reports."

 

https://www.timesofisrael.com/liveblog_entry/germanys-merkel-reportedly-angry-that-news-of-her-trip-to-israel-was-leaked/

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