3 August, 2017

The Jews: Enjoying the Power of the Victim While Preying on Gentiles for Centuries

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White slavery, anyone? Usury? Communism? Socialism? How about plain old leftism? Or maybe some war-mongering, or some pyramid schemes? Genocide and oppression in Palestine and other places? Nation-wrecking in Europe? That’s just a small part of Jewish history – it gets even worse!

One of the most important things that a White man can learn about the Jews is that they are not “innocent victims.” In fact, it’s just the opposite: the Jews have been deliberately causing serious trouble for Whites (and other gentiles) for many centuries. They caused serious trouble in ancient Rome, and in medieval Poland, and they cause serious trouble today in all of the White countries (look at the wars that they created or at least fomented: World War I, World War II, Vietnam, the 1991 Gulf War, the Iraq War). The very idea that the Jews are “innocent victims” is ludicrous! “Anti-Semitism” is at its lowest point in history, which is both shocking and a testament to the power of the Jews (e.g., their control of the Western media and Hollywood).

The Jews are a race of liars, swindlers and con-artists, who constantly pose as victims, and who haven’t changed since the era of Christ: they’re still the same greasy people, sort of like Gypsies but with way more power and influence.


  • 20 Responses to “The Jews: Enjoying the Power of the Victim While Preying on Gentiles for Centuries”

    1. Emily Henderson Says:

      One of the reasons the whole Christ myth thing got started (cult) was to keep people docile while also maintaining the position of ‘top-of-the-heap’ for the Jews. A weird religion where we are all equal through salvation, but Jews are a little more equal than anyone else–until all (((their))) knees are bowed Christ can’t come back. They are more important, you see.

      Yet Christ doesn’t fit messiah requirements laid out in Daniel. Oopsy.

      And re their victimhood: everything from letting Muzzers into Europe to wars for piplelines is them. They head all major oil companies.

      And 6 Jewish companies own 96% of the WORLD’s media–yet that’s not enough, they want to gobble up the internets before anyone does any thinking.

    2. fd Says:

      When Trump makes a bold move such as lowering income tax for the working man, I might look up. Until then, I will consider him another lackey to the Jews.

      I noticed that the Jew author Jonah Shepp made sure to mention the so-called alt-right which has curiously received national media attention for no accomplishments other than the Jews want people to know that it exist, or does it? The premier alt-right website is a conglomeration of propaganda that releases information in a thousand different directions. A scribbled page. Vertigo. Diversion at the highest level.

      The instant the website came online, the media announced it to the world. That’s what you call an artificial lift. Thank you Daddy Warbucks !

    3. Antagonistes Says:

      I have been somewhat of a Bible scholar since I was 17, about 50 yrs ago.

      So I would ask Miss Emily: What are the “Messiah requirements” laid out in the book of Daniel?

      Also, what is your opinion of the famous “70 weeks prophecy” as pointing to the triumphal entry of Jesus into Jerusalem around 33 AD? The Evangelicals say that this prophecy pinpoints the exact date that “Messiah shall be cut off.”

    4. Antagonistes Says:

      ps–I would also like to invite you to FantasyFest in Key West at Halloween.

      Thom McQueen was, like me, happily married. His wife recently died. She was famous. He is now sad and out of sorts. But he is the perfect gentleman. He gets his Irish-Australian dander going, sometimes.

      I would like for you to observe our craft—-bodypainting.

      I know it is somewhat in the shadows right now, but so was impressionism, in its day.

      Actually, it is refreshing to see women, totally naked except for our thin layers of paint, walking about as if it were the most natural thing in the world.

      It is strangely beautiful.

    5. Emily Henderson Says:

      @Antagonistes, what a wonderful opportunity to illustrate Xtians erroneous application of Hebrew.

      That phrase has been used by Xtian apologists and they were smoked by true scholars.

      Let’s look at Daniel 9:24-26 where you find that. I’ve already written a piece on it. Here’s some of what is wrong.

      Christians erroneously translate the Hebrew word Moshiach to Messiah, and Moshiach appears twice in Daniel 9.

      It does not mean Messiah. It means ‘anointed’ or ‘an act of consecration’, and is not a personal pronoun for an individual. The word is used for many objects and persons throughout Jewish Scriptures, for bread, King Cyrus, etc.
      Daniel Ch. 9 vs. 24-26 is used by Christians to assert that he (Daniel) is referring to Jesus very specifically. They claim that the decree mentioned in Daniel 9:25 was given by King Artaxerxes in 444 BCE, and they base that on Nehemiah 2:1-8, which talks about the King giving Nehemiah “letters” for permission to rebuild the Temple.

      Mythicist Theory scholars agree that Christians mistranslate the verse in 9:25, “know therefore and discern that from the going forth of the decree to restore and rebuild Jerusalem.” That’s Daniel 9:25. Since this is their ‘start point’ for the decree to rebuild Jerusalem, they assume it is King Artaxerxex. But there was more than one decree to rebuild, and they got it wrong. We know because the original Hebrew word ‘Devar’ is used. That word to the Hebrew indicates a prophecy, not a human decree from a King.

      So instead of ‘until Messiah the prince’ is should be ‘until an anointed Prince’ and instead of ‘the Messiah will be cut off’ it is ‘an anointed one will be cut off.’
      Why this matters: everywhere else in Scripture Xtias will interpret Moshiach to it’s proper definition….except Daniel.

      Daniel chapter 9 uses the Hebrew word Shavuim to indicate a period of time multiplied by seven. Xtians translate this as “weeks”, and a multiple of seven years rather than a multiple of seven days. They claim the arrival and cut off for the Messiah will take place 69 weeks after a decree to rebuild Jerusalem. They add the 7 and the 62 weeks together, and have the two events (cutting off of Messiah and rebuilding) occurring after week 69. They claim Jesus fits perfectly, time wise, to be the ‘Messiah’ spoken of in this prophecy.

      But that’s wrong when translated properly from Hebrew.
      In Hebrew the 7 year period and 62 weeks are two different time periods. One event happens after seven weeks and another event after an additional 62. We know they are separate events because the use of the word ‘weeks’ after each, so you don’t add them together, because in Hebrew you would say 69 weeks, not 7 and 62 weeks, as the Xtians dishonestly do.

      Even more obvious is the wrong interpretation of ‘cut off’, as in the original Hebrew it is ‘kares’ which means someone who has sinned so badly they are put to death as divine punishment for their own sins.

      They also interpret the word V’ayn at the end of 9:26 to mean cut off ‘but not for himself’—this is supposed to indicate Jesus, as he did something ‘for us’.
      Wrong again. In the original Hebrew, it means ‘final demise’ or ‘he will be no more’. Dead. Nothing whatsoever to do with dying for others’ sins.

      That’s a tiny piece of what’s wrong with Christ insanity and the use of Daniel, that’s just three verses. If you like to study this kind of thing-sincerely-there are many works out there I’ve referred to. I love the topic but am not required to provide endless info.

      Feel free to upload why you feel he (Jesus) fits the Messiah narrative. Nobody has done that yet who advocates here for Jesus. Otherwise you will not be engaged.

      You can keep your personal details, and that of others, to yourself, I’m not interested. As for your invitation, no thank you. But you can come to Colorado to testify for Matt Hale’s right to receive mail and practice Creativity in Colorado later this month if you wish. Nobody will be naked, but it will be ‘strangely beautiful.’

    6. Emily Henderson Says:

      @Antagonistes and @Thom McQueen: I should say this, regardless of your intentions being nefarious or not–if Mr. McQueen truly lost his wife recently, he has my condolences.

      And even though he opened the can o’ insults with ‘bitch ass cunt’, etc., I will actually offer an apology for the equally hurtful comments in my responses.

    7. Antagonistes Says:

      Wonderfully said, Emily.

      I also have been doing some research and it seems that the 70-wks thing began with that old drunk, Scolfield.

      It seems to be rather like Anglo-Israelism—a clever scheme. Ingenious, really.
      Or like the Shroud of Turin—-people seem to see what they want to. I am of the opinion that it is a painting, originally. No telling what happened to it later, and whose blood got on it, etc.

    8. Antagonistes Says:

      Wonderfully said, Emily.

      I also have been doing some research and it seems that the 70-wks thing began with that old drunk, Scolfield.

      It seems to be rather like Anglo-Israelism—a clever scheme. Ingenious, really.
      Or like the Shroud of Turin—-people seem to see what they want to. I am of the opinion that it is a painting, originally. No telling what happened to it later, and whose blood got on it, etc.

    9. Antagonistes Says:

      Everyone should study the art of magic. Or the art of art. Or the art of speaking and writing.

      It is absolutely amazing the illusions that can be created!

      In my airbrush art, I use artistic AND magical principles.

      To see a rather plain (and they all are, really), middle-aged naked woman given the gift of youth and beauty by the application of thin layers of paint! I swear to you that sometimes I do not know if it is the beautiful design of paint animating the woman,or the woman who gives radiance to the painted designs on her body! Just a few strategically placed blasts of my airbrush take away the years, and enhance the feminine!

      It is a synapse of energy that is almost holy. No, not almost—it IS holy.

      Illusions . . . are they good, or are they bad? Or, perhaps we should ask, Do they support us or do they denigrate us?

      We must support our artists. Our enemy supports theirs , because they know that the emotional horse has more power than the rational rider.

      Many “conservatives” consider art—-painting, magic, writing, speaking—to be frivolous and of no consequence. They are only revealing themselves. We might have reason, common sense, etc, but we also have heart and soul. Heart and soul are the “horse” and they have the power, regardless of what we think.

      This is where Ayn Rand and her ilk screwed up, by trying to turn people into mechanical, rational computers, without emotion.

      The horse has the power, but the rider must control the horse . . . by becoming one with him.

    10. fd Says:

      I understand your words, Antagonistes.

      The artist that has the ability to realize concealed possibilities can illustrate his/her skill in their work. A step up.

      I saw old footage of Duane Allman of the Allman Brothers Band playing the guitar at Fillmore East. The guitar and his body came together as one. Unsurpassed magic.

    11. Emily Henderson Says:

      You have to wonder why there are no naked dudes getting cool stuff painted onto their tallywhackers, like perhaps Jim Morrison’s face.

      Most likely because only drunken whores are in Key West begging men in their 60 pluses to pour paint on their titties.

      Pardon the prudishness, some of us Atheists prefer Pre-Raphaelite art. Art is after all subjective. :)

    12. Antagonistes Says:

      No, they are mostly housewives—mostly married, church-going (quite a few Southern Baptists) mostly Dems but some Republicans.

      I think men don’t usually go into this kind of stuff because they are, quite frankly, tired of it. Some homos go in for it. I take their money, also.

      I guess women get desperate.

      A truth of life: The only time a woman looks at a man, is to see if he is looking at her. Such vain creatures! But their $ is green!

    13. Emily Henderson Says:

      Spoken like a Xtian. Have fun and hope u make a million bucks off homos n’ housewives. ;)

    14. fd Says:

      Take the money and run. White people should consider themselves at large: free-booters, independent contractors, never a knee-bender. Gouge the criminal government at each and every given opportunity. Take up the spirit of a nonconformist, a biker. Bring up the rough string. Be a rough rider. High Hat the establishment. Outlawry. Too much? :)

      It’s either that or crawl in silence.

    15. Thom McQueen Says:

      Ant do you remember that dag woman christian who wanted us to paint her to look like she had been whipped and split open? Especially on her backside?

      She kept saying “By his stripes we are healed”. Evangelism in the nuddy.

    16. Thom McQueen Says:

      ant, how about this for Emily—-zero, zilch , nada. She believes in nothing. She has no desires of the heart. Stark inadorned nakedness for her.

    17. Thom McQueen Says:

      Sorry, Emily. I know that your roughcroc act is because your heart has been banged up.

      “How cna you mend a broken heart?
      How can you stop the rain from falling down?
      How can you stop
      The sun from shining
      What makes the world go round?

      I can still feel the breeze
      that rustles throught the trees
      And misty memories of days gone by

      We could never see tomorrow
      No one said a wor
      about the sorrow”

    18. Emily Henderson Says:

      Wow, 3 posts.

      “Anger is the wind which blows out the lamp of the mind.” -Robert G. Ingersoll

      Have a nice weekend, Thom.

    19. Thom McQueen Says:

      anger? Where does that come from?

    20. Lori Says:

      The cost a consumer is being charged for what they get on a broad spectrum has literally turned laughable. They may as well change the name of malls to sucker outlet. For endless reasons I have started to use raw food for many hygiene and cleaning needs and it is way less expensive and you don’t get the chemicals and it works.