13 January, 2015

Israel and the Samson Option: Will Israel One Day Nuke the World?

Posted by Socrates in affect intensity, Israel, Israel - the facts, Jewish behavior versus White behavior, Jewish brain features, Jewish paranoia, nukes, Samson Option, Socrates at 5:35 pm | Permanent Link

Q: What was the worst thing to happen during the 20th century besides World War II? A: the Jews getting their own state, Israel. That gave the Jews “legitimacy.” Almost as bad as the Jews getting Israel was them getting nuclear weapons. Jews are emotional, paranoid, vengeful people who tend to make unwise decisions when stressed. Should those people have nuclear weapons? [1].


[1] Jews experience more “affect intensity” than Whites, i.e., they’re more emotional. A “high AI” (affect intensity) person feels more emotion, while a “low AI” person feels less emotion

  • 2 Responses to “Israel and the Samson Option: Will Israel One Day Nuke the World?”

    1. CW-2 Says:

      A thought provoking article. But perhaps it is we who are also prone to emotional deception, of the self imposed sort. Apart from our internal traitorous enemies we need to think clearly about all our external enemies. Jews must be top of that list closely followed by Islam. Jews seek to destroy us utterly, while Islam seeks to smother us and take our lands. Both Semitic peoples and their alien ideologies are serious existential threats, but it would be a millennial mistake for us to favor one over the other as they are both different faces of the same organism. Our survival depends on using the internal rivalries within the semitic world to cancel each other.
      Jews followed exactly this policy in promoting two fratricidal World Wars.

    2. Tim McGreen Says:

      A nuclear war against Kikestan would no doubt kill millions of people, but it wouldn’t be the literal end of the world. And it would put a stop to the Jews’ global tyranny once and for all. As an added bonus such a war might also destroy the dangerously insane Islamic religion by obliterating Mecca and Medina. Something to think about.