Defamation

January 31, 2010

Michael Hoffman has this to say about the movie Defamation:

Having watched this film in its entirety, I am more than ever convinced that organized, contemporary “Jew”-bashing, “Jew”-hate and neo-Nazi and jihadist movements are, in whole or part, covertly managed by Israeli and western intelligence services.

A consistent theme of my writing and lectures over the past few years has been that Judaism and Zionism desperately need “antisemitic” movements and incidents in order to maintain their cachet. This film offers powerful evidence of that fact.

I was heartened by some very decent Judaics who spoke truthfully on camera, in particular a Russian Judaic man in Moscow. The most radically lucid, defiant and intrepid remarks are by Dr. Norman Finkelstein. Furthermore, the filmmaker, Yoav Shamir, is a fair person.


Should an Islamic fundamentalist change your Catholic prayer?

January 20, 2010

As a Catholic, would you let a Muslim imam dictate what your prayer should be? No? Then why does your church let a Jewish Zionist fundamentalist like Abraham Foxman change your Catholic prayers?

I went to church on Sunday and listened to the priest talk about “unity of the church” and “Christian unity.” I wondered what he was driving at. Then later I ran across this article posted by Brother Nathanial, a former Jew. He interviews Catholic professor/writer, Dr. E. Michael Jones who said a few things:

  • If Christian-Jewish dialogue is undertaken, “The Church can proclaim the Gospel or she can pursue good relations with the Jews. But she can’t do both.”
  • “dialogue is a synonym for Jewish subversion of Catholic teaching”
  • Culture Wars has broken the lock which has kept the Catholic mind under Jewish control for the past 40 years.”

Many Catholics might do well to note what Bishop Williamson asks:

If Benedict XVI is not a positive destroyer of the Church, then like John XXIII, Paul VI and John-Paul II before him, he is at least presiding over its destruction. A recent critique of Fr. Peter Scott’s excellent analysis of Benedict XVI’s latest Encyclical (accessible at angelqueen.org) raises once more the crucial question, have these Popes been aware of the destruction taking place under their responsibility ?


Haitian Holocaust

January 17, 2010

long way

By Greg Palast

January 17, 2010 “The Huffington Post” – –

[Thanks Information Clearing House]

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1.
Bless the President for having rescue teams in the air almost immediately. That was President Olafur Grimsson of Iceland. On Wednesday, the AP reported that the President of the United States promised, “The initial contingent of 2,000 Marines could be deployed to the quake-ravaged country within the next few days.” “In a few days,” Mr. Obama?

2.
There’s no such thing as a ‘natural’ disaster. 200,000 Haitians have been slaughtered by slum housing and IMF “austerity” plans.

3.
A friend of mine called. Do I know a journalist who could get medicine to her father? And she added, trying to hold her voice together, “My sister, she’s under the rubble. Is anyone going who can help, anyone?” Should I tell her, “Obama will have Marines there in ‘a few days'”?

4.
China deployed rescuers with sniffer dogs within 48 hours. China, Mr. President. China: 8,000 miles distant. Miami: 700 miles close. US bases in Puerto Rico: right there.

5.
Obama’s Defense Secretary Robert Gates said, “I don’t know how this government could have responded faster or more comprehensively than it has.” We know Gates doesn’t know.

6.
From my own work in the field, I know that FEMA has access to ready-to-go potable water, generators, mobile medical equipment and more for hurricane relief on the Gulf Coast. It’s all still there.
Army Lt. Gen. Russel Honoré, who served as the task force commander for emergency response after Hurricane Katrina, told the Christian Science Monitor, “I thought we had learned that from Katrina, take food and water and start evacuating people.” Maybe we learned but, apparently, Gates and the Defense Department missed school that day.

7.
Send in the Marines. That’s America’s response. That’s what we’re good at. The aircraft carrier USS Carl Vinson finally showed up after three days. With what? It was dramatically deployed — without any emergency relief supplies. It has sidewinder missiles and 19 helicopters.

8.
But don’t worry, the International Search and Rescue Team, fully equipped and self-sufficient for up to seven days in the field, deployed immediately with ten metric tons of tools and equipment, three tons of water, tents, advanced communication equipment and water purifying capability. They’re from Iceland.

9.
Gates wouldn’t send in food and water because, he said, there was no “structure … to provide security.” For Gates, appointed by Bush and allowed to hang around by Obama, it’s security first. That was his lesson from Hurricane Katrina. Blackwater before drinking water.

10.
Previous US presidents have acted far more swiftly in getting troops on the ground on that island. Haiti is the right half of the island of Hispaniola. It’s treated like the right testicle of Hell. The Dominican Republic the left. In 1965, when Dominicans demanded the return of Juan Bosch, their elected President, deposed by a junta, Lyndon Johnson reacted to this crisis rapidly, landing 45,000 US Marines on the beaches to prevent the return of the elected president.

11.
How did Haiti end up so economically weakened, with infrastructure, from hospitals to water systems, busted or non-existent – there are two fire stations in the entire nation – and infrastructure so frail that the nation was simply waiting for “nature” to finish it off?

Don’t blame Mother Nature for all this death and destruction. That dishonor goes to Papa Doc and Baby Doc, the Duvalier dictatorship, which looted the nation for 28 years. Papa and his Baby put an estimated 80% of world aid into their own pockets – with the complicity of the US government happy to have the Duvaliers and their voodoo militia, Tonton Macoutes, as allies in the Cold War. (The war was easily won: the Duvaliers’ death squads murdered as many as 60,000 opponents of the regime.)

12.
What Papa and Baby didn’t run off with, the IMF finished off through its “austerity” plans. An austerity plan is a form of voodoo orchestrated by economists zomby-fied by an irrational belief that cutting government services will somehow help a nation prosper.

13.
In 1991, five years after the murderous Baby fled, Haitians elected a priest, Jean-Bertrand Aristide, who resisted the IMF’s austerity diktats. Within months, the military, to the applause of Papa George HW Bush, deposed him.
History repeats itself, first as tragedy, then as farce. The farce was George W. Bush. In 2004, after the priest Aristide was re-elected President, he was kidnapped and removed again, to the applause of Baby Bush.

14.
Haiti was once a wealthy nation, the wealthiest in the hemisphere, worth more, wrote Voltaire in the 18th century, than that rocky, cold colony known as New England. Haiti’s wealth was in black gold: slaves. But then the slaves rebelled – and have been paying for it ever since.

From 1825 to 1947, France forced Haiti to pay an annual fee to reimburse the profits lost by French slaveholders caused by their slaves’ successful uprising. Rather than enslave individual Haitians, France thought it more efficient to simply enslave the entire nation.

15.
Secretary Gates tells us, “There are just some certain facts of life that affect how quickly you can do some of these things.” The Navy’s hospital boat will be there in, oh, a week or so. Heckuva job, Brownie!

16.
Note just received from my friend. Her sister was found, dead; and her other sister had to bury her. Her father needs his anti-seizure medicines. That’s a fact of life too, Mr. President.



Haiti: Humanitarian aid or military invasion?

January 17, 2010

For a daily update from a Christian team in Haiti, please click here.

For another Christian team update, read this impossible miracle. All buildings (school, cafeteria, church, orphanage, home, etc.) collapsed but no lives lost! Click here.

Our special interest is the Children’s Village orphanage (near Albert Schweitzer Hospital) where we sponsored a water well in Des Chapelle (near Borel), Haiti. Apparently this village is safe.

What caused this Haitian disaster? Check out this opinion and then answer truthfully: Is there anything “Christian” about “Christian Zionists” and their cult?

A political analyst asks the question: Is US military aid to Haiti a humanitarian effort or an invasion?


Why do Christian Zionists seem to prefer lies?

January 16, 2010

Christians in Israel suffer because Christian Zionists in the US and Canada prefer to bless the racist state of Israel in all of its terrorist activities.

Just when you thought Christians ought to help each other, you get owner/editor Paul Walter of News With Views refusing to publicize the persecution of Israeli Christians! This spiritual schizophrenic and “Christian/conservative” outfit is afraid to offend the butchers in Israel.

Read Rev. Ted Pike’s account here. And then give your donation to Rev. Pike.


Christmas gift from Zion’s prisoner

January 13, 2010

Painted in prison on Christmas Day by Ernst Zundel

In the spirit of goodwill to all, we sent Christmas cards to prisoners of conscience, those prisoners behind Zionist prison bars for the “crime” of asking a few questions about history. The “world’s premier thought-criminal” in Germany, Ernst Zundel, thanked us by painting in prison on Christmas Day the beautiful card-sized painting you see at the left. We wonder: Would your painted images be as tender as this one if you were suddenly thrown into prison for “thought crimes“?

Of course, we are not the only ones who visit or send comfort to prisoners of Zion. As Orthodox Christian Israel Shamir has noted, Professor Dan McGowan visited Ernst Zundel in 2006 and noted that

[T]he Chairman of Deir Yassin Remembered, Prof Dan McGowan visited and comforted the German political prisoner of Zion, Ernst Zündel. Visiting prisoners is a great mitzvah, a good deed which is counted twice, on earth and on heaven, and the Lord is blessed as “matir asurim”, He Who Releases Prisoners. Whoever visits and comforts a prisoner is like one who comforts Christ, and he will be comforted. By spreading the news of his visit, we participate in McGowan’s good deed and benefit of his virtue.


What is ‘Christian’ about Christian Zionism?

January 9, 2010

Not much. I don’t think it’s Christian to enable bloody wars and “preemptive strikes,” inflicting pain and suffering; or to recommend assassination of government leaders; or to teach a theology that promotes genocide, or worse still, they don’t exist in the first place. Isn’t it strange that Americans broke away from Britain politically to form their own “free” country but the majority of America’s evangelical Christians today have swallowed the 60-year-old (more or less) British cult of Christian Zionism. This video, Onward, Christian Zionists, explains how these spiritual schizophrenics can claim to be pro-life and yet promote death and destruction at every chance they get.

Get used to it: some Christian Zionists are not very honest. For example, Messianic Jew and Christian Zionist David Brickner of Jews for Jesus even wrote a book about the subject and complains about some aspects of Christian Zionism, trying to fool non-Christian Zionists, but not this brave Christian. And the Rev. Dr. Stephen Sizer can see through the trickery and writes:

It may therefore be argued that it is actually Christian Zionists who are anti-Semitic through their partisan support for Israel’s apartheid regime, their antipathy toward Arabs, and their almost pathological conviction which makes them ‘anxious for Armageddon’.


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