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Ariel Gold is the national co-director of CODEPINK, an American female grassroots peace and social justice movement” that claims to work “to end U.S.-funded wars and occupations.” Ariel claims to support the Palestinians and oppose Israel. She has published articles in Jewish progressive outlets such as the Forward, Tikkun Magazine and Mondoweiss.

On January 3rd, just a few hours after the world became aware of the assassination of Iranian General Qasem Soleimani by an American drone attack, Ariel, the so called ‘Jewish dissenter’ rushed to post the following tweet:

“Loving reminder to folks rightfully horrified the US attack on Iran: please don’t frame this as being as being done to please Israel. This is Donald Trump and his band of US war hawks, period. To suggest Jews are pulling the strings is nothing short of antisemitism.”

The Jewish progressive activist basically insisted that any such criticism of Israel was ‘antisemitism.’ She was also naive to prematurely vindicate the Jewish State of involvement in the unlawful assassination: a crime that may lead to unpredictable and lethal consequences in the near future.

Today’s news reports that Israel was deeply involved in the targeted assassination of the Iranian general. The Times of Israel ‘s headline this morning reads:

“Israeli intel helped US carry out strike that killed Iran’s Soleimani.” The article states that “Information provided by Jewish state confirmed that Quds Force leader was at Baghdad airport before missile strike, NBC News reports.”

Amongst my sins is the argument I have made for almost two decades: for the solidarity and peace movements to be genuine, functional and effective they must be emancipated from the grip of the so called Jewish progressives. As things stand at the moment, solidarity with the oppressed is restricted by the sensitivities of the oppressor.

(Republished from Gilad Atzmon by permission of author or representative)
 
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  1. Amongst my sins is the argument I have made for almost two decades: for the solidarity and peace movements to be genuine, functional and effective they must be emancipated from the grip of the so called Jewish progressives.

    Very true. It is equally true of our so-called ‘nationalist’ movements in the West: in order to really be effective in reorienting government policy to serve the interest of their respective nations, they must first be emancipated from the grip of the Zionists. (Are you listening, Trump?)

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    , @Gilad Atzmon
  2. Bemildred says:

    Well the thing is the Israelis clearly want credit for their help. All Ms Gold’s efforts to fend off blame are not going to help when the Israeli press is anxious to claim they were essential help in droning the General.

    This sort of cognitive dissonance seems to be “foundational” (I just love that word “foundational”) to Israelis understanding of the world around them. Making sense is not what it’s about.

  3. fnn says:

    In the US all non-Jewish persons except the half-mad and homeless are fearful of even saying the word “Jews” in the presence of another person. It’s my impression that in the UK and France Muslims who are content to not have have flashy careers are in effect “licensed” to talk about JQ issues.

    • Replies: @Gilad Atzmon
  4. It’s true that the left generally doesn’t dare to take an independent position about The (small) Country. They aren’t able to see the reality. They believe all the dogmas that say that there are limits for how much and how you criticise the country, that if you criticise it you may be an ‘”antisemit”. They accept the official myths and the official line. Progressives like A. G. may play a role in keeping those myths and the validity of the official line. She criticises The Country, but at the same time she emphasises the question of antisemitism which functions as a break to critic of The Country.

    But maybe the problem is not the fact that she is a progressive but the reason why she makes concessions to the official line. And the reason for that is not the fact that she is a leftist but the way that the community works and its power. They work effectively and hold the line not only among the left but also among conservatives who normally would care about human rights in other places but not in The Country.

    There are few people who aren’t afraid of saying what they think and to think honestly. Ilan Pappe is one of those people, and he is a progressive and also Richard Falk. A.G. wants to keep the connection with the community intact and because of that she makes concessions and tries to placate their fury against criticism. But the pressure against criticism and the pressure to keep the line and repeat the official myths functions also outside of the community independently of political orientations. It doesn’t matter whether you are in the center, in the left or in right.

    • Replies: @Gilad Atzmon
  5. Anonymous[388] • Disclaimer says:
    @Digital Samizdat

    nationalism must also be released from the grips of capitalism.

    Capitalism is secular judaism.

    • Agree: Digital Samizdat
    • Disagree: Colin Wright
    • Replies: @Digital Samizdat
  6. Truth3 says:

    There needs to be a full scale effort on the part of “Human” former Jews to take on Jewishnesss (Tribalism) head on, bare knuckled and shouting the Truth.

    Being freed from the Tribe and becoming a part of the Human Race is the #1 element in saving the planet from the Jewish Mass Disaster that has developed, and will one day destroy us all (Samson Option).

    • Replies: @Saggy
    , @joe862
  7. Code Blue says:

    ‘being done to please Israel.’ Fascinating strawman there. It obfuscates in different ways.

    Today’s official antisemites do not maintain that the USG acts to curry favor with Israel; they show that Israel coerces official abuse of function with macro-scale bribery, pedophile blackmail, or murder. So this slogan obscures Mossad’s enforcer role.

    Furthermore, CIA has had a hardon for Iran ever since its people humiliated CIA’s fake dips and took back their country in 1979. Urging CIA to ratfuck Iran is like urging Jeffrey Epstein to frot tweens. They’re going to do it anyway. This leads us to the second deceptive implication of Gold’s Jew slogan. Whether or not it was their idea, Israel helped. The pitched in and helped any way they could. Mossad worms are CIA’s best helpers, there’s nothing they won’t do. There’s no daylight between Mossad and CIA, they’re Chang and Eng.

    Gold does some fairly blatant policing of CIA’s party line, that your enemy is the other party. Don’t say it’s not evil Trump. Don’t say it’s ADL cutouts. Don’t say it’s the permanent government that fucks you whoever wins.

    Let’s scoop out and palpate the turd bobbing in Gold’s cloying Manischewitz punchbowl of JAP love, the awkward fact we have to face. To eradicate Jew-state subversion in this country we have to destroy their intelligence services, Mossad and CIA. Jew-state crime would be impossible without Goy-state impunity, and impunity metastasizes out from CIA.

  8. Anon[369] • Disclaimer says:

    I would suppose that this Jew would also scold us for noticing the Jewish Neocon leadership into the Iraq War and what proceeded from it.

    Its obvious that Jews have been coddled for too long.

    They incorrectly still think that antisemitism is the ne plus ultra moral third rail whose very mention will detonate any discussion.

    The reality is that is no longer the case, and there will be a social bill due for the period of time when it was forced to be. There will be a faster, more expensive invoice each time that the mechanism is attempted going forward.

    Per its books and the statements of its modern leaders, Judaism is the slaver’s religion. That is its primary function. Opposition to it is the moral high ground.

  9. @Digital Samizdat

    I wish it was just Zionists, my study of J ID politics suggests that the so called ‘progressives’ are at least as problematic if not more.

  10. @fnn

    For many years I have been arguing that Jewish power is the power to silence criticism of Jewish power. Maybe, Jewish power has evolved, it should be now defined as the power to eliminate the word Jew from Goyim’s vocabulary …:)

    • Replies: @Colin Wright
  11. @UncommonGround

    It is true that there is no such a thing as Left anymore. The so called Left is basically a Jerusalemite authoritarian apparatus that engages in one mission, namely policing the discourse on behalf of Zion. If Left used to be a political position, it is now a mental state. However, the compassionate search for equality and brotherhood are more relevant than ever but it isn’t the Left that can produce the good. Christianity and Islam may stand a better chance. And I am happy to look into other precepts if you can offer any.

  12. lloyd says: • Website

    From what I read about Ariel Gold she is a very good person with a passion for human rights at the grass roots level. She has been banned from entering Israel. As Israel Shamir says he now lives in Jaffa, I can only assume that is because although a Jew she does not have Israel citizenship. The problem is her divided sentiment if not loyalty. It is reasonable to say, every Jew in the world has relatives in Israel. World Jewry in all its manifestations is Israel’s insurance policy. And Jews are very disportionate influencers, not because they organise together in a grand conspiracy but because they are very talented in public discourse. Like other groups are disportionate in social activities. In New Zealand, the majority of popular politicians are of Maori descent. Do they work together despite the apearance of bitter feuds? I feel they do. Well like Jews do? And New Zealand politics is distinctly sounding these days Maori feuding.

  13. @Gilad Atzmon

    I remember hearing once an important German teologian, who is conservative, saying that socialism (“equality and brotherhood”) is a Biblical (Christian) ideal. It was a surprise to hear a conservative teologian saying this. Maybe Christianity can help keeping some human values alive. Even though, Christianity cannot take the place of politics and decide how such values can have a practical meaning. For that we still need politics. We will have to deal with the politics and politicians that we have.

    I see the problems of the left which you speak about. Zionism has an outsized influence over politics which isn’t positive. The mainstream left is quite passive and disoriented. But Christianity also has its limits and institutional difficulties. At this moment I don’t see any open road to take. That’s why I think it’s important to talk, to discuss. Any direction that we find after that is better than to acept everything without discussion.

    • Replies: @Cyndy
  14. Is that what you call a pre-emptive strike on a pre-emptive strike?

    • LOL: NoseytheDuke
  15. Saggy says: • Website
    @Truth3

    There needs to be a full scale effort on the part of “Human” former Jews

    ??? All … 3 of them? I’m counting Unz, Menuhin, Eisen, … who else? Note: any Jew who does not explicitly deny the preposterous holocaust hoax …. is not a ‘former’ Jew.

  16. Zion 101:

    1) Kill your parents, cry for help as an ‘orphan.’
    2) Call anyone who condemns the killing/murder an AS
    3) Bribe/blackmail politicians into making legislation to support ‘orphans’ ad infinitum
    4) Get those bribed/blackmailed politicians to create laws that make the use of words like jew or jewish very much ‘verboten.’
    5) Sit back and laugh at the idiotic goys that swallow all ‘your’ baloney hook, line and sinker.

  17. renfro says:

    Can anyone make sense of this? We are ‘buying ‘ Iron Dome Batteries from Israel that we paid for to begin with …because we need them to protect our formations.
    What ‘formations ‘would that be? Certainly not in the US . So are we buying them to put in Saudi?
    Its is reported they may be for Saudi…….”the US Department of Defense has announced it will send additional troops and possibly the Israeli Iron Dome system to Saudi Arabia and the UAE to reinforce air defenses. While the exact locations for additional air defenses have not been announced, the most likely deployment would be along Saudi Arabia’s northern border facing Iraq and Iran. The US will also install some point defense systems (radars plus guns) around critical oil facilities and military bases.”’…Asia Times

    The Army doesnt even want it:….
    US Army Signals Israel’s Iron Dome Isn’t The Answer …https://breakingdefense.com › 2019/10 › us-army-signals-israels-iron-dom…
    Oct 15, 2019 – AUSA: The Army doesn’t want to buy any more Iron Dome air defense systems,

    So we’re going to spend a few billion to protect Saudi?

    https://www.govtrack.us/congress/bills/116/hr3186/text/ih

    Congress Bills H.R. 3186 (116th)Text
    H.R. 3186: U.S.-Israel Indirect Fire Protection Act of 2019

    (4)The United States has provided more than $1,400,000,000 to Israel for Iron Dome batteries, coproduction costs, and general maintenance.

    (12)At an April 2, 2019, hearing by the Committee on Armed Services of the House of Representatives, the Chief of Staff of the Army General Mark Milley stated, The Iron Dome is a very capable system. It has basically a 100 percent track record in combat. We clearly need it to protect our formations, and we are buying the two batteries..”

  18. @lloyd

    In New Zealand, the majority of popular politicians are of Maori descent. Do they work together despite the apearance of bitter feuds? I feel they do. Well like Jews do? And New Zealand politics is distinctly sounding these days Maori feuding.

    It’s sux of one and half a duzzin of the other, cuzzie-bro.

    Maori realised quite early on that armed resistance was not going to get the job done – “the job” being
    • return of confiscated land to the iwi;
    • recognition that Maori did not cede sovereignty to the UK – hence the abolition of ‘Crown’ land;
    • compensation for historic wrongs, biased court decisions and the like.

    Once they realised that pakeha politicians are fundamentally, irremediably dishonest, they set about playing the pakeha‘s game.

    They organised politically – first, ensuring that there were Maori seats (for which only Maori can vote, and previously only Maori could be candidates).

    Then they agitated for the Waitangi Tribunal to be set up to arbitrate on disputes arising from the breaches (by pakeha) of Te Tiriti O Waitangi; initially its decisions were advisory-only, and only considered breaches from its founding (in 1975).

    Then Ti Ati Awa, Ngapuhi and Ngati Toa (three powerful iwi) advocated (successfully) for the Tribunal to be recognised – by the public – as authoritative, and then they sought (successfully) to have the Tribunal’s power expanded to include breaches of Te Tiriti that happened during the Maori Wars.

    Again, Maori used the political process, and in the 80s the Waitangi Tribunal’s remit was expanded so that it could hear cases going all the way back to when the first white man set foot on Ao Tea Roa.

    The moment that was done, Maori had complaints ready to roll – and there have been hundreds since then.

    And there is some very good legal imagination being put into the effort.

    A good example of this: the Tribunal recently recognised that radio-frequency spectrum is part of the national taonga and therefore Maori have an inherent legal ownership (as they do over forestry, fishing, minerals and waterways).

    That’s not a binding decision, but it triggers a requirement for the government to negotiate (although often the government chooses to ignore its obligation as governments do: the foreshore and seabed dispute is the best example, where the NZ government is ignoring a very important Tribunal finding because if they engage they will lose and it will cost them tens of billions).

    Anyway… the moment Maori lodged a claim over the RF spectrum, the pakeha government suspended the frequency tender process and began negotiating with the tribes.

    .

    And in 2014 they got the first part of their over-arching goal: in Wai 1040 the Tribunal declared that Ngapuhi did not intend, and did not in fact, cede sovereignty over Te Paparahi o Te Raki (their tribal lands – around Northlands) based on the document that they signed. The Tribunal effectively validated – in fact reified – the Maori claim that the Maori version of the Treaty was fundamentally different from the English version, and that this was part of a deliberate deception by the Crown to obtain sovereignty by fraud.

    This was shrugged off by the pakeha Attorney-General, but it’s simply the thin edge of the wedge.

    .

    People don’t ‘get’ Maori. They specifically don’t understand utu (a Maori principle of justice that is multigenerational in scope). Utu applied to the ongoing battle for sovereignty is best captured by the famous korero of Rewi Maniapoto at the battle at Ōrākau in 1864

    Ka whawhai tonu mātou mō te āke, āke, āke.

    We will fight on, for ever and ever and ever.

    That korero has been maintained for over a hundred years: it was also attributed to Tāwhiao – the main rangatira of the Waikato at the time

  19. renfro says:

    Code Pink has done some good work protesting the Israeli occupation of Palestine but this girl showed her true colors.
    To say it is anti semitic to suggest Israel was involved is ridiculous.
    You can tell how worried the Jews are when even the anti Zionist Jews start lobbing false accusations of anti Semitism.

    This is why when people start arguing how many Jews are Israel and Jews first and how man aren’t I say it doesnt matter. Jews of all stripes will always circle their wagons and throw the anti semite slur when they think the tribe may be threatened.

  20. @Bemildred

    Really bad when “foundational” and “intersectionality” collide.

  21. For the solidarity and peace movements to be genuine, functional and effective they must be emancipated from the grip of the so called Jewish progressives.

    In the video below, Liberal Jews call other anti-war protesters in their ranks “Nazis” and “Racists” for holding a sign depicting Adelson as a warmonger. If these protesters are against war, why are they defending the main backer of Trump, who has called for nuking Iran? Adelson is Jewish and because of this, he is allowed by the satellite anti-war movement to perpetuate any and all the wars desired by the Oligarchy.

    https://www.jpost.com/Diplomacy-and-Politics/Adelson-US-should-drop-atomic-bomb-on-Iran-329641
    https://www.timesofisrael.com/sheldon-adelson-calls-on-us-to-nuke-iranian-desert/
    https://www.haaretz.com/jewish/sheldon-adelson-wants-to-nuke-iran-1.5279025

    • Thanks: mark green
  22. Biff says:

    Plausible deniability.

  23. Have you ever spent time in Europe?

  24. “We’re” not convincing the fictional “white” “christian” Europeans they can’t stand “American” cowboys

  25. @Anonymous

    As a national-socialist, I heartily approve of this message!

  26. @Gilad Atzmon

    Oh, the ProgJews are definitely a problem, but more so for the globalist left than for the nationalist right.

    • Replies: @Kali
  27. @Bemildred

    ‘Well the thing is the Israelis clearly want credit for their help. All Ms Gold’s efforts to fend off blame are not going to help when the Israeli press is anxious to claim they were essential help in droning the General.’

    See also the Israeli general who felt compelled to advertise the role Israel played in arranging Morsi’s overthrow. This incessant need to parade its importance is definitely one of Israel’s weaknesses.

    Older and wiser states such as Britain — and such as Iran — are able to refrain from claiming their laurels when they can see it isn’t in their actual interest to do so.

  28. This whole thing has been a festival of truth inverted from the start, when Pompeo announced the killing ‘would reduce tension,’ and Trump said it was to ‘stop war.’

    It’s gone on non-stop ever since: The Times earnestly wondering if Iran was going to cease her provocations, etc.

    Etc. Etc. Gold’s lines are just the latest zinger. Of course she says Jews had nothing to do with the attack. That fits right in.

  29. Alfred says:

    The Israeli High Command is in a clear panic. To keep their populace comatose and ignorant, they have come out with this:

    Israel to begin testing laser weapon to shoot down rockets (Daily Telegraph January 11, 2020)

    Similar articles are to be found all over the media. They don’t mention that lasers don’t work through clouds or dust. Tanks and ships can protect themselves from lasers by laying a smokescreen, for example.

    They also don’t mention that there is a lead time of 10+ years between getting a working prototype for an entirely new weapon and actually deploying it. By 2030, the Zionist State will be gone IMHO. I don’t think Europeans will be so kind to all these returning Jews. Perhaps that is why Ukraine is being emptied of people. It is awfully suspicious. 🙁

    • Replies: @Johnny Walker Read
  30. Nodwink says:

    In related news:

    We would expect candidates for Labour Leader or Deputy Leader to publicly & unequivocally endorse these in full the arrogance is incredible

    It seems that all candidates have gone into grovel mode, including the Corbynist candidate, Rebecca Long-Bailey. At least Chris Williamson has grown a backbone.

    • Replies: @James N. Kennett
  31. @Gilad Atzmon

    I call it Bolshevism, the bastard child of Judaism, just as Zionism is.

  32. @Alfred

    Agree about the laser hoax, but then after reading Death Object: Exploding The Nuclear Weapons Hoax by Akio Nakatani I find it hard to believe anything being sold to me.

  33. Nodwink says:
    @Gilad Atzmon

    I don’t know how Islam or Christianity could provide “equality and brotherhood.” Once again you are doing the same thing as Ron Unz: if some person or group is hostile to Jews, those people must be good. It’s a basic error from supposedly educated people.

    • Replies: @Colin Wright
  34. Anon[321] • Disclaimer says:

    Very soon, CodePink will say “ State of Israel is AntiSemite, the idea of the state is antisemitism “ ,so on and so forth .

    She also thinks AIPAC has lost power . AIPAC is saving money . That it . AIPAC doesn’t need . Trump knows what AIPAC wants .He does .
    He listens to Israel about not getting troops out .He gets Israeli help , endorsement and praise for killing Souleiman . He sets the guy up for assassination in the name of diplomacy peace and trust . He hurts Iraq and Saudi ( AIPAC wasn’t USA to believe its all Saudi ‘s lobby against Iran ) . He transfers embassy , gives land , and recognizes stolen property as belonging biblically to historic people with extra stuff like Chosen ness and Holocaust .

  35. @Gilad Atzmon

    Could Judaism be doing the same thing as when the second Temple fell – splintering in two? Seems that since the forced emancipation, some fraction is falling back into (strongly remaining in) Orthodoxy, whilst the other fraction is converting into an open, if forceful universal belief system. Kind of like the inwardness of Theravada as compared to the outwardness of Mahayana.

    • Replies: @KA
  36. Kali says:
    @Digital Samizdat

    Actually I think the progressive “left” are a problem for the entire planet, just as the neocon “right” is. That is, they’re pribkems fir us all, not just for traditional “left/right” politics.

    Progressive “jewish” organisations have seazed control of public discourse, not just in the media but also in schools, collages, uni’s, AND all public facing campain/protest/social-change organisations.

    (They ruined the Occupy movement, even funneling funds donated to that movement into the 100% controled opposition group, Climate Camp, who in turn infiltrated the anti-fracking camps, bringing “change agents” and heat from the police with them.

    All of the anti-war/environmental/social justice groups all over the world are funded by and informed by (even if they don’t know it) a kabbal of “philanthropic” mostly jewish billionairs.

    Right now they even appear to be getting their claws into pro-Palestinian campains – which are increasingly framing their discorse in terms of several other “SJW causes”, of course including “climate change”.

    Non Governmental Organisations and “Charitable” Foundations, funded and directed by a kabbal of mostly “jewish” billionairs feed and direct these “leftist” “grassroots” movements.

    These boys Spend Big, and Expect(!) to get what they pay for:
    Absolute Supreamacy over all life on earth. – A goal to which they have been working, generation by generation, since the Kabbalah first “emerged” (c1200).

    And at their disposal are the results of 6 Gorilian* mind-control, social engineering and public order experiments (and experiences) of an entire scientific era.
    They didn’t design and fund those multi-year experiments for nothing.)

    They are the Iluminati.

    [Nesta Webster traces earlier years of the Iluminati in her book, Secret Societies and Subversive Movements (my epub copy doesn’t give the year of publication) – free download at archive.org]

    The Elders of Zion are working in another way to achieve exactly the same goal. – Complete domination of the world.

    These boys walk the corridors of “our” governments and decide policy to weaken “we the people” and enrich, engorge and empower themselves, whilst ensuring the primacy of “zion”.

    One bird, two wings? Or two separate megolamaniacal groups? I can’t say.

    But it seems that the social engineers of the left may be in the ascendant, whilst Zion is loosing ground (pardon the mixed metaphors).

    I guess time will tell.

    As for what we do about it, maybe I have some suggestions (if I can manage to articulate them). But that will have to wait for another day.

    Dinner’s ready,
    Kali.

    *6 Gorilian: https://www.adl.org/search?keys=Gorilian

    • Agree: Digital Samizdat
  37. @Nodwink

    Today we release our #TenPledges, identifying 10 key points we believe Labour needs to sign up to in order to begin healing its relationship with the Jewish community.

    The key word there is “begin”. Even if the Labour Party does everything the BDBJ wants, the “relationship” will not yet be “healed”.

    There are many aspects of the “Ten Pledges” that are problematic. In particular, the entirety of Pledge 6. The Labour Party has adopted the full IHRA definition and examples, but qualified by the caveat that “this will not in any way undermine freedom of expression on Israel or the rights of Palestinians”. The BDBJ wants this statement removed.

    This gives the unfortunate, but probably accurate, impression that the BDBJ wishes to stifle freedom of expression on Israel and the rights of Palestinians.

  38. @Nodwink

    ‘I don’t know how Islam or Christianity could provide “equality and brotherhood.” Once again you are doing the same thing as Ron Unz: if some person or group is hostile to Jews, those people must be good. It’s a basic error from supposedly educated people.’

    That’s a universal human tendency. Whoever is opposing the bad man is, ipso facto, good.

    We got that in World War Two with kindly Uncle Joe and the noble Soviet Union.

    It goes on now. One is eternally led to believe the Palestinian people are saintly. Actually, I suspect they’re kind of average…

    Ditto for Iran. Since it is being persecuted by the forces of darkness and evil, it must be uniquely good.

    In my more sober moments, I decide that isn’t so. The Islamic Republic was an interesting idea, but I’m not sure it’s really working out.

    Mind, that’s certainly not a reason to attack Iran. Poland’s inarguable failings in 1939 didn’t justify Nazi Germany’s attack upon it, and we’ve got no business trying to start a war with Iran.

  39. @Gilad Atzmon

    ‘For many years I have been arguing that Jewish power is the power to silence criticism of Jewish power. Maybe, Jewish power has evolved, it should be now defined as the power to eliminate the word Jew from Goyim’s vocabulary …:)’

    As an unexamined hypothesis, it’s occurred to me that perhaps Jewish power hasn’t evolved so much as it has influenced the larger culture to develop in ways that permit Jewish power to flourish.

    If one examines the morality and outlook of, say, America in 1870, was there really a comfortable niche for Jews to occupy and gain the kind of disproportionate influence they have today?

    How much of Jewish energy over the last one hundred and fifty years has gone into promoting developments that — whatever their other merits — also facilitate the expression of Jewish power?

    This is to say that rather than Jews evolving to fit the larger society, perhaps they have worked to modify the larger society to suit themselves. They have not been parasites, adapting so that they can colonize the host. Rather, they have been farmers, clearing the land and draining the water meadows so that they can raise crops. Is the Jew of today better adapted to some unchanging external reality than the Jew of 1870, or has he modified the larger society so that it better suits his strengths?

    Consider, for example, the massive expansion in the size, complexity, and power of the legal system. In 1870, trials rarely lasted more than a day, and courts only rarely could interfere with the will of voters, legislatures, and governors.

    Look at the situation now and ask not just have the changes been for the best, but also, have they served to enhance or diminish Jewish power?

    • Replies: @UncommonGround
  40. joe862 says:
    @Truth3

    The only thing required is basic financial competence and self-control. People are wage slaves because they can’t control their spending. Millions could live well below their means and become financially independant but don’t. They’re the type that will become slaves one way or another. I’m not saying the jews shouldn’t be deported, they probably should. But then what?

  41. @lloyd

    ‘From what I read about Ariel Gold she is a very good person with a passion for human rights at the grass roots level. ‘

    Perhaps. But her reaction here demonstrates how effectively the cry ‘antisemitism’ serves to block full exposure of the extent to which the Israel Lobby manipulates American behavior. Even Ariel Gold shies away from even permitting discussion of a perfectly obvious truth.

  42. @Colin Wright

    An interesting post and an interesting question. You end it talking about the complexity of our juridical system in comparison with earlier times. As Jews play a substantial role in it, it seems that you suggest that they are responsible for the evolution of our juridical system. It’a a good question.

    I think that to answer that we have to have more historial and sociological information. Wasn’t it the case that law was already a complex matter in the Middle Ages and that the Church also played a role in that? How complex were processes against whitches? Universities developed a culture of careful intellectual disputes with a high level of argumentation. Burocracy also developed hugely during the modern times and became more and more complex. Everything was recorded, there were rules for everything, there were different levels of competence and decision. Another line of development is our political system since the creation of the modern state. Political thought was quite developed, even among people that you wouldn’t consider primarily as intellectuals. Take a look at the Levellers in the 17th century for instance (may I reccomend the book The Leveller Revolution by John Rees?).

    So, it could also be the case that “the the massive expansion in the size, complexity, and power of the legal system” has deeper roots (development of burocracy, of the state a.s.o.) and is not only the result of the fast growing influence of a group that might play a role in it. We would have to see what happened in other countries where the same happened or happens but the involved groups are other groups.

    This is only one aspect of your question.

    • Replies: @Colin Wright
  43. @UncommonGround

    ‘…So, it could also be the case that “the the massive expansion in the size, complexity, and power of the legal system” has deeper roots (development of burocracy, of the state a.s.o.) and is not only the result of the fast growing influence of a group that might play a role in it…’

    Note that the two aren’t mutually exclusive; the legal system could have been becoming more byzantine anyway — and Jews found it to their interest to contribute to this trend.

    My main point is that perhaps Jews haven’t merely adapted to a larger system that has been evolving independently of their influence — but have themselves pushed this system so that it becomes more congenial to their culture. The result would be Jews dominating a culture because that culture itself has been modified so as to be more hospitable to Jews.

    For example, consider the marked insistence on stripping all public culture of any religious references. After all, absent Jews, we were practically universally Christian. There was really very little reason to do away with Christmas trees in front of the fire station, etc. Why say ‘Happy Holidays’ if no one minds a reference to Christmas?

    My ideas about the legal system would be merely a more obscure but also more substantial example of a wider trend. If, compared to gentiles, Jews find the legal equivalent of pilpul more congenial, wouldn’t the elaboration and increased importance of the legal system be to their advantage?

    • Replies: @UncommonGround
  44. @Colin Wright

    I agree with what you say (now that I understand well what you wanted to say). The German legal system is also quite complex and important, but it developed under other influences and functions very differently. It’s possible to give a direction to a legal system or to influence it according to the aims that you have, according the interests of the people who play a role in its development. The same may happen in differerent ways in other areas.

  45. Kali says:
    @Gilad Atzmon

    However, the compassionate search for equality and brotherhood are more relevant than ever but it isn’t the Left that can produce the good. Christianity and Islam may stand a better chance. And I am happy to look into other precepts if you can offer any.

    Dear Gilad,

    There are aspects of spirituality/religiousness which, “the big three” tend to overlook in favour of externalising “God” in order that an externalised God can be used to bring order and control to the wider populus.

    This “carrot and stick” approach used to impose the prefered order of any given elite group is, I would suggest – if mankind is to evolve spiritually and ethically – something which must be left behind.

    Because these religions and their leaders infantalise the “follower” (and most are followers) the result is an infantile population, dependant on elders and betters to tell them how to live.

    In order for mankind to evolve beyond this childish dependancy and reach emotional, interlectual and spiritual maturity, organised religion needs to be let go of. – Thats not to say that valuable religious teachings should be forgotten, but that the administrative organisations which have grown-up around those teachings (including government and law as we currently know them) need to be abandond so that “the followers” – the vast masses of humanity- might have a personal and direct relationship with God through the knowing of them/ourselves.

    When we are encouraged to “go in”, to still the chattering mind through meditation, not to identify with/as our thoughts, and to examine and explore our true nature, so we come ever closer to knowing the existential nature of being… of God.

    And so we come to maturity as a species, responsible for our actions and our choices, answerable to our own innate Divinity for any harm we cause.

    Without this maturing, wirhout becoming fully sentient, we will remain the subjects of pychopathic rule, of powerful patriarchs who claim to speak for a “god” they themselves often do not know.

    So, it is through the abandonment of hierachical religions, in my opinion, rather than the acceptace of one over the others, that true equality and brotherhood may be realised.

    With love,
    Kali.

  46. ‘…This “carrot and stick” approach used to impose the prefered order of any given elite group is, I would suggest – if mankind is to evolve spiritually and ethically – something which must be left behind.

    Because these religions and their leaders infantalise the “follower” (and most are followers) the result is an infantile population, dependant on elders and betters to tell them how to live…

    I’d criticize this hypothesis on two scores.

    First, Christianity started out with no hierarchy or structure at all, and Islam with very little — and still has relatively little. I’d say the followers seek the structure and impose it upon themselves, rather than the reverse, as you suggest. We want all the gospels compiled into one authoritative text, seek a single ruling priest, etc.

    We have met the enemy, and he is us, in other words. It is ourselves who seek this master, not a master who seeks to impose himself on us. We want the Pope, the chief Rabbi, the Commander of the Faithful.

    Second, when there has actually been religious freedom — among people who actually care about religion in the first place — bloodshed and turmoil tend to ensue. The religion promptly dissolves into myriad, utterly intolerant sects. See the state of Protestantism in the century following Martin Luther: Anabaptists, etc. The Old Testament seems to reflect similar turmoils among the early Jews — albeit in wildly fictionalized form. In Lebanon and Syria alone, there are at least four major Muslim sects — more, for all I know. Moreover, they actually kill each other quite a bit. See recent goings-on in Syria.

    So before you seek a leaderless faith, ask yourself whether episodes like the Anabaptists in Munster — or ISIS in Syria — are really something you’re prepared to accept on a regular basis. Perhaps we can have perfect religious freedom — but only if most of us agree not to care about our faith too much. After all, it’s all well and good to preach tolerance — but if I really think you’re leading yourself, your wife, and those poor innocent children of yours — not to mention the family cat — to eternal damnation, surely I should act. After all, I wouldn’t stand by if you started killing and eating their corporeal bodies.

    • Replies: @Kali
  47. @Gilad Atzmon

    For that to happen Gilad, Christainity will have to emancipate itself from Judaic influence. I don’t understand how Jesus born out of holy spirit can be simultaneously a Jew, as Christians profess. The vengeful and unforgiving god in the old testament does not seem very Christian to me. Sounds more like a Jewish god to me. I don’t see the Christian leaders raising their voices for the Christians of Syria, Iraq or Palestine either.

    • Agree: mark green
  48. Kali says:
    @Colin Wright

    Hello Colin, and thank you for asking some important questions.
    (I enjoy your invariably level-headed comments on this forum and generally apreciate your input. Your comment to me is no different.)

    First, Christianity started out with no hierarchy or structure at all, and Islam with very little — and still has relatively little. I’d say the followers seek the structure and impose it upon themselves, rather than the reverse, as you suggest. We want all the gospels compiled into one authoritative text, seek a single ruling priest, etc.

    I don’t doubt – or at least I can certainly imagine – that the community which grew-up around Jesus Christ (if indeed he existed, and the Bible is not entirely alogorical), during his life-time, extended following his death, that the number of his deciples increased after his death.

    The hierachical, follow-your-leader imperative, which was brought into that community by Saul/Paul, the jew – formed the foundation of what we now call the “ChristianChurch”, In fact, it could be argued that Saul/Paul was the first Crypto’ jew to infiltration the community of Christs deciples and led it in a direction entitely suited to the judahic principle that “God” deliverse “his law” unto those who would claim to speak for Him.

    Hence the Roman/jewish Church, Headed by “Papa” was established, and a religious dogma imposed, in place of Christs’ message and teaching, which it, the Church, interpreted according to jewish tradition and jewish “lore”.

    Most people are followers. We look to eachother for guidance. A situation which all too easily leads to the blind leading the blind. And to the imposition of moral authority founded upon religious “laws”.

    There are two types of authority – the kind enforced by violence and threats of violence, and the authority of a Master, of a learned man. This is not indicatuve of a childish dependance on leadership/parenting, but of our innate desire to rise to our highest potential through deep learning.

    It is ourselves who seek this master, not a master who seeks to impose himself on us.

    100%
    But within the current paradigm we are told from childhood by preists, imams, rabis, ministers… that they are the “masters”, that they hold the keys to the “kingdom of heaven” or the riches/bounty of Earth, and we are never guided in any other direction.. certainly not to our own interior, and certainly not to any other interpretations of the authentic teachimgs of genuine Masters.

    When we have access to a wide spectrum of information, when our minds aren’t clouded by shitty education, constant stress and entertainment, we make choices which promote the deepening of our understanding and the developement of interlectual/spiritual maturity.

    Let the age of television, holliwood and pornography come to an end. Because as soon as those screnes are turned off, we can start to see the world through our own eyes, without the filter of social engineering.

    Then, free to see, learn and think for ourselves we may choose for ourselves which communities we wish to associate with, which codes or rules we agree to abide by, be they founded in the teachings of Christ (for arguments sake) or some other enlightened Master.

    If our respect for geniune wisdom, authentic knowlage and technical ability and know-how, is what drives our inclination to follow then this would become the underlying principle by which we organise, learn and grow.

    Second, when there has actually been religious freedom — among people who actually care about religion in the first place — bloodshed and turmoil tend to ensue. The religion promptly dissolves into myriad, utterly intolerant sects. See the state of Protestantism in the century following Martin Luther: Anabaptists, etc. The Old Testament seems to reflect similar turmoils among the early Jews — albeit in wildly fictionalized form. In Lebanon and Syria alone, there are at least four major Muslim sects — more, for all I know. Moreover, they actually kill each other quite a bit. See recent goings-on in Syria.

    These are fights for the domination of people based on Dogmatic beliefs taking place WITHIN societies which are already governened by hierarchical control structures.

    In fact I would argue that these are reasons why we need to move away from dogma and centralised belief structures, and toward “deep learning” and, ultimately, spiritual maturation.

    “Religious freedom” in the terms which you dedcribe, is actually exactly the oposite of spiritual (or political) freedom. In fact these are attempts at yet more imposition of inauthentic authority.

    Not to mention the political influence and funding (special interests on all sides) which drives the establishment of intollerent break-away sects.

    “See recent goings-on in Syria.”
    Case in point.

    Perhaps we can have perfect religious freedom — but only if most of us agree not to care about our faith too much.

    Faith and religion are not the same thing. One does not have to loose ones faith in anything, nore does one have to forego the companionship of others who share our faith simply because the hierarchical, patriarchical superstructure ,which places itself between us and God, has been removered.

    Each of us is capable of spiritual maturity, of becoming Master of ourselves. – In fact it’s been suggested by another Master, Osho, that that is exactly what JC was talking about when he (so we ate told) said, “I am the way, the truth and the light. No-one comes to the Father except through me”.

    Kind regards,
    Kali.

    • Replies: @KA
  49. ‘… The hierachical, follow-your-leader imperative, which was brought into that community by Saul/Paul, the jew – formed the foundation of what we now call the “ChristianChurch”, In fact, it could be argued that Saul/Paul was the first Crypto’ jew to infiltration the community of Christs deciples and led it in a direction entitely suited to the judahic principle that “God” deliverse “his law” unto those who would claim to speak for Him…’

    Here, I’d point out that even the oldest of the actual texts we have date from centuries after the event; that is, they must reflect the biases and assumptions of later copyists as much as the original source material.

    ‘No, that can’t be right. He must have meant…’, etc. Just as there’s no reason to assume a perfect congruence between the historical Jesus and the one we’re told about, so there’s no reason to assume what Paul originally wrote is what we now read. Just the discrepancy between the original Greek bible and the Latin version was enough to spark the Reformation. Think of the possible gulf between what Paul wrote and what finally got set down in a text we can physically consult.

    I’m not even a Christian, but it seems to me that the early Church must have been a multiplicity of related but hardly uniform sects, which only later got formed into the relative order and coherence we have today. What Paul actually originally wrote is at least partially a matter for faith or speculation; not of empirically certain knowledge. We can say what we please about Paul; what was in fact the case remains unknown.

    ‘… Let the age of television, holliwood and pornography come to an end. Because as soon as those screnes are turned off, we can start to see the world through our own eyes, without the filter of social engineering…’

    Isn’t there always a ‘filter’? If you were raised in a cave by mutes, would you ever see much of anything? We are social creatures; we can be shaped by television, or by our fellow villagers, or by the Lord of the Manor, or by the Inner Party — but we are always shaped.

    Moreover, I don’t have the romantic faith in the goodness and wisdom of our pre-modern ancestors that you imply. ‘Savages’ and/or loutish peasants can turn out to be actually savage and/or loutish; man in nature isn’t necessarily any more appetizing than man whining about micro-aggressions or whatever.

    ‘… Each of us is capable of spiritual maturity, of becoming Master of ourselves…’

    I ha’ ma doots about that! A few of us might be capable of it; I wouldn’t actually know yet. However, I’m seriously skeptical that most of us are or ever will be.

    I would submit that like it or not, there is going to be a social order, and received wisdom, and all the rest of it, in all its exasperating and even intolerable mediocrity, hypocrisy, and even cruelty.

    We can’t do away with it; the consequence will merely be Stalin instead of Tsar Nicolas II. About all we can do is try to tweak it, and argue against the most egregious follies, and throw our weight on the side of the scales we prefer.

  50. Kali says:

    Isn’t there always a ‘filter’? If you were raised in a cave by mutes, would you ever see much of anything? We are social creatures; we can be shaped by television, or by our fellow villagers, or by the Lord of the Manor, or by the Inner Party — but we are always shaped.

    Certainly. What Terrace McKenna described as the “cultural operating system”.

    The problem at the moment (and for several thousand years) is that our operating system is proprietorial and closed source, and is therefore limited and limiting.

    Given free access information, philosophies, teachings… to source code… might we not have evolved beyond the “might makes right” ethos which currently reigns supreme, and might we not yet do so, particularly now that most of us are litterate?

    Moreover, I don’t have the romantic faith in the goodness and wisdom of our pre-modern ancestors that you imply. ‘Savages’ and/or loutish peasants can turn out to be actually savage and/or loutish; man in nature isn’t necessarily any more appetizing than man whining about micro-aggressions or whatever.

    I think this boils down to the “but human nature being what it is” argument I’ve encountered many times over recent years.

    Yet when we take the time to study our own nature, invariably we find (primary psychopathy notwithstanding) that we are compassionate, caring and loving toward others. Our current OS tends to lessen, and even belittle those qualities, favouring aggressive, competitive behaviour.

    And whilst there certainly may be a nature/nurture debate to be had here, the fact is that, as things stand, we’re locked into the “aggressive model” whilst compassion is relegated and even cast as a weakness.

    To break free of this cultural “shaping” requires a wholescale rethink and remodeling of the current OS.

    … Each of us is capable of spiritual maturity, of becoming Master of ourselves…’

    I ha’ ma doots about that! A few of us might be capable of it; I wouldn’t actually know yet. However, I’m seriously skeptical that most of us are or ever will be.

    Could that skepticism be born of our current, paternalistic/proprietorial model?

    I would argue, based on personal experience and plenty of reading on the subject, that once we exchange one OS for another, the direction of personal, and therefore societal/cultural development, changes. And that, with the right OS underpinning our explorations of life, we would evolve in a whole new direction.

    Just to take my own personal experience as an example, a little over 10 years ago, after I stopped drinking and freed myself from the impacts of certain childhood experiences, I coincidentally freed myself to experience life from an entirely new perspective which has, to date, brought me from the threshold of a social/cultural/personal abyss to the threshold of enlightenment.

    Society had, by that time, chewed me up and spat me out. But along the way I’d caught a glimpse of something else, which I managed to grab hold of to pull myself out of that abyss. Imagine if that “something else” was actually coded into our cultural OS. How many would-be loosers, dead beats, addicts (more often than not victims of trauma) might take their lives in a more empowering, life-enhancing direction. In fact, how many of those traumas might be avoided in the first place?

    I said, and I maintain, that we’re all capable of reaching spiritual maturity given the right conditions. Conditions saddly largely absent or obscured right now.

    About all we can do is try to tweak it, and argue against the most egregious follies, and throw our weight on the side of the scales we prefer.

    You may be right Colin, and we may, in the near future get to put both of our theories to the test when we are hit with either a man-made or a natural cataclysm which wipes most of us out and gives the survivors an opportunity to start again – hopefully having learned a thing or two over the last couple of thousand years of rule by force.

    Kali.

    • Replies: @Kali
  51. KA says:
    @Ilya G Poimandres

    Didn’t the kingdom or the rich village actually built by Saul,David,Salomon splinter into 2. after the reign of Solomon? That would be after the construction of the temple by Solomon and before destruction by Babylon ( which would be ist destruction )

  52. KA says:
    @Kali

    “”, In fact, it could be argued that Saul/Paul was the first Crypto’ jew to infiltration the community of Christs “

    Unfortunately we tend to cling to the view that if a situation benefits certain people,those certain people migh be or are responsible for creating or developing the situation or forcing us into that situation. This is often valid when distance in time and space between old and new situations are minimal,direct,observable and controllable or controlled. Not when the distances are multigenerational or separated by 100 or even 50 years.
    Democracy and enlightenment were not discovered or invented by Jews. But they took the most of its advantages . Pauline Christianity faced the same fate but long after his death and in corporate of Vatican.

  53. @joe862

    I wanted to reply with something else, but it seems that phrase is not allowed here?

    Anyway, your statements are ridiculous considering the comparative wages and costs of living at compared to just 20 years ago. Sure I can live in an apartment with ten other people and eat nothing but rice and beans, but are you seriously suggesting someone in the web development field should have to?

    Just one of many examples…

  54. Kali says:
    @Kali

    Just to take my own personal experience as an example, a little over 10 years ago, after I stopped drinking

    It dawned on me last night that it was actually a little over 12 years ago (July/August will make 13) when I turned things around. – Had to correct that! 🙂

    On a side-note, but related to my previous comments, I watched a very interesting documentary last night on a 15th century Dutch painter Hieronymus Bosch.

    [MORE]

    Despite the narrators (and some interviewees) insistence that the watcher not even attempt to understand the symbolic meaning of his work, and their insistance that they are uniquely qualified to know not only the mind/intentions of the artist, but also his relationship to, or appreciation of, Jesus Christ, the narrator and interviewees did provide some helpful historical perspective.

    What struck me most was that Bosch obviously viewed Jesus as an enlightened man. But even as I write the word I’m conscious of its potentially ambiguous meaning.

    So what do I mean when I talk about ‘enlightenment’? – I’m talking about a conscious presence in which one becomes/is the witness, existing in a state of awareness, not only of external events, but also of internal reactions to the external.

    Bosch, very clearly, to my mind, regarded JC as such, thereby revealing his own state of enlightenment, of awareness.

    When one examines the life of Christ sans the filter of religious doctrine and from the perspective that he was indeed master of himself and keenly aware of the bastardisation of his contemporaries religious/spiritual life by a cult of fanatics who claimed to speak for God, the whole message is shifted and gains a very different significance…

    … So that “faith in the church” or in the gospels becomes faith in the message:
    “I am the way” = “Consciousness is the way”
    “… the truth” = “I live in Truth”
    “… and the light” = “the light of understanding”
    “No one shall come to the father [the recognition of God] except through me” = “except by following this way”.

    The church brings it’s own interpretation and meanings to these words. What I’m suggesting here is that all of these tales regarding the life and teachings of Christ are wide open to different interpretations which may prove a lot less limiting and controlling, a lot more liberating than the controllers of the message might wish.

    But it is only through a deeper and deepening knowing of ourselves that we can abandon our cultural conditioning and begin to experience life/existence/religion/religiousness/morality… as it really is, rather than as we are led to believe it is. – What I’ve been describing as ‘spiritual/intellectual/ maturity’.

    I don’t know if this post helps to clarify my approach – as Lau Tzu said, “The Tao than can be written is not the Tao.” – but if I’m at least pointing in the right direction, which I’m sure I am, then I’m satisfied.

    Back to Bosch:
    His depictions of hook-nosed characters engaged in mocking and befooling contemporary, pre-modern, not yet fully christianised peasants is a bonus. Especially given that his style/mode was very common during his time and could quite easily be perceived as the msm of the day. Anti-shamitic, or accurate reporting from the 15th century?

    His depictions of human indulgence in earthly pleasures, and the corrospinding hell he conjured up are directly allegorical – human uses of animals leads to humans being tortured by grotesque animals, for example. (Let he who has eyes to see count the number of the beast for it is the number of Man. .. or something.)

    Here’so a link to the documentary I saw. Do (if you watch) take note of the narrators and some commentators attempts to direct the viewers thinking.

    There’s probably better videos out there, but this gives the standard academic take on the work.

    With love,
    Kali.

  55. HaroldH says:

    ADL President Abraham Foxman: speech about destruction of white race Jewish world domination
    July 18, 2019 birthofanewearthblog
    Per ‘The National Observer’ via a document from Abe Foxman’s [Jew A.D.L. president of USA] office.
    Anti-Defamation League President Abraham Foxman in an appearance on August 25, 1998, made the following speech:
    August 25, 1998, New York, NY.
    ADL (Anti-Defamation League) president Abraham Foxman shows the Masonic sign of aggression “lion’s paw”

    Gentlemen. Welcome to the Second Centennial Meeting of the Learned of Elders of Zion. We have achieved all of the objectives expressed at our first meeting 100 years ago.
    We control governments. We have created dissension among our enemies and made them kill each other. We have effectively silenced criticism of our affairs and we are the richest race of men on this earth.

    http://birthofanewearthblog.com/adl-president-abraham-foxman-speech-about-destruction-of-white-race-jewish-world-domination/

    • Replies: @Fran Taubman
  56. Anon[358] • Disclaimer says:

    The Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion.

  57. @HaroldH

    *
    What a lie and fake document Abe Foxman never said anything remotely like that. Get a life and a normal source for your information.
    You can not post something so blatantly dishonest and get away with it. You are a racist and a bigot, attributing comments and lies about the Jewish people.

    • Replies: @Colin Wright
  58. @Fran Taubman

    ‘What a lie and fake document Abe Foxman never said anything remotely like that. Get a life and a normal source for your information.
    You can not post something so blatantly dishonest and get away with it. You are a racist and a bigot, attributing comments and lies about the Jewish people.’

    We could have you and HaroldH fight it out.

    Mud wrestling? Hey. When you turn all that ‘intellectual heft’ loose on him…

  59. George says:

    The American military industrial complex is white people not Jews. On Unz I read articles about how Jews are disproportionately wealthy. What race/group is associated with US military officers? US military officers are disproportionately, almost exclusively, white.

  60. melpol says:

    Blaming Israel or its beach loving Jews for US involvement in world affairs is off the mark. Beach loving Israeli Jews are not interested in world affairs only some Shekels and good sex partners. Tiny Israel with its brain dead leaders have no influence on Trump’s master plan. Trump is like Shiva the India God who is the destroyer and creator of all worlds. He is set on destroying the economies of China, Russia, and Iran. Trump will then turn himself into the creator of all worlds by financing the reconstruction of what he has destroyed. We can all thank Mnuchin and other Jewish advisors for Trump’s inspiration to become king of the world. When Trump becomes King of the world he will inherit 6 billion customers of American products. Every American along with blacks and Hispanics will become wealthy and thank the King of the world for his blessings.

  61. Cyndy says:
    @UncommonGround

    Unfortunately, the majority of so called ” Christian” churches in the US preach and follow Talmudic beliefs, NOT Christianity.
    The Pharisees
    The most important of the three were the Pharisees because they are the spiritual fathers of modern Judaism.
    https://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/pharisees-sadducees-and-essenes

    Revelation and the Rothschild connection
    http://proliberty.com/observer/20090404.htm

    [MORE]

    Trump and Kabbalah

    The Noahide Deception

    CYRUS SCOFIELD — WHO WAS HE?
    http://www.sweetliberty.org/issues/hoax/scofield.htm

    HOW DOES SAMUEL UNTERMEYER FIT INTO THE SCHEME?
    http://www.sweetliberty.org/issues/hoax/unt.htm

    How God became a real estate broker and how the Zionist state replaced Jesus as the Messiah
    Bill Cooper- British Israelism

    1931 Book
    Waters Flowing Eastward
    The War Against the Kingship of Christ, Part One~Zionism
    http://educate-yourself.org/cn/Waters-Flowing-Eastward-1931-Part-1.shtml

    The Talmud
    America’s New Government Church
    http://www.come-and-hear.com/editor/america_1.html

    THE GREATEST HOAX
    A STUDY OF THE INCONSISTENT THEOLOGY OF MODERN DAY BIBLE PROPHECY
    http://www.sweetliberty.org/issues/hoax/greatesthoax.htm

    We Are Living in the “Last Days”
    http://www.bereanbiblechurch.org/transcripts/topical/we-are-living-in-the-last-days-video.php

    The Revelation (Pt 1): The Soon Coming of Christ
    http://www.bereanbiblechurch.org/transcripts/revelation/revelation-01-soon-coming-of-christ_video.php

    The Revelation (Pt 2): The Judgment of Israel
    http://www.bereanbiblechurch.org/transcripts/revelation/revelation-02-judgment-of-israel_video.php

    The Rapture – 1 Thessalonians 4:13-18
    http://www.bereanbiblechurch.org/transcripts/1thessalonians/1_thes-04_13-18_the-rapture_video.php

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