A true story:
In my early twenties my car was hit head-on by a drunken driver. The car was totaled and the motor came up into the cab of the car causing my right leg to be broken with a compound fracture and my left leg badly battered. The steering wheel was shoved up into my chest holding me in place protecting me from much further physical damage, or even death, by acting as a seat belt. Seat belts were not in cars then as they are today.
Along came a young man. He pushed the steering wheel towards me while I pushed it away from me to break it so that I could be released from the car. An ambulance arrived and had taken me to a nearby Jewish Hospital where I was attended to by a Jewish doctor. His name was Dr. Frankenstein (honestly, that was his name.). This very talented doctor literally saved my leg--a leg that was so badly broken that amputation was considered. My stay at this Jewish hospital was for thirty days and the hospital treatment was impeccable.
During my hospital stay, I was visited by the young man and his wife who helped me at the scene of the accident. They were Jewish and their visit expressed much compassion and kindness. Now tell me…does this have a ring of anti-Semitism?
As you can see from this true story that nowhere does anti-Semitism enter into the picture--only acts of kindness by Jewish persons. So, why is there so much talk about anti-Semitism? Well, anti-Semitism against Jews does not exist as one might think.
First, to be specific, there are true Jews, which represent only about 10% of Judaism and they follow the Torah. There are Zionist Jews, Khazars, known also as Ashkenazis that trace back to Turkic Khazaria, that are not true Jews, and represent about 90% of Judaism and follow the Talmud that was compiled about the year 500.
The Torah and the Talmud differ greatly. Jesus Himself quoted passages from the Torah. Obviously, Jesus could not quote from the Talmud because it didn’t exist in His time. But if it did, could you imagine Jesus quoting passages from the Talmud that say He is in hell sitting in a cauldron of hot excrement? So, as you can see, there’s quite a difference between the Torah and the Talmud.
Background: After being instrumental in stopping the Muslim onslaught against Byzantium in the eighth century, the Khazars found themselves in a precarious position between two powers: the Eastern Roman Empire in Byzantium and the followers of Mohammed. They resisted both the Western pressure to become Christian and the Eastern to adopt Islam. Rejecting both, they converted to Judaism (a version of Judaism that differs from true Jews as stated above).
“I know thy tribulation and thy poverty, but thou art rich: and thou art blasphemed by them that say they are Jews and are not, but are the synagogue of Satan.” (Apocalypse 2:9)
True Jews, those that follow the Torah, do not consider Zionists to be descendants of the Semite people, because, they are immigrants from Eastern Europe and generally they distance themselves from them. In reality, most true Jews have a general disregard for Zionists.
However, regardless whether they are true Jews or Zionist Jews it remains that unless they are baptized into the Christian Faith they cannot be saved because their sins will not be forgiven them. “God does not forgive except to the baptized.”—St. Augustine.
And, unless these Jews, both true Jews and Zionist Jews accept Jesus as their Savior there can be no salvation for them. “Jesus saith to him (Thomas) I am the way, and the truth, and the life. No man cometh to the Father, but by me.” (John 14: 6)
So, back to the misnomer called anti-Semitism. When referring to anti-Semitism in this article the allegations made here are directed towards the Zionist Jews.
These Zionists Jews, the “elite” ones, include many names that are familiar to most people…Rothschild, Rockefeller, Bernanke, Lieberman, Kissinger, Greenspan, Bloomberg, Netanyahu, Spielberg, Ruth Bader Ginsberg and a list of Zionists too broad to post in this article.
These Zionists and their Zionist shills: Georges H. Bush, George W. Bush, Bill Clinton, Ted Turner, a slew of American and foreign politicians, and many others, have one motive: To establish a One World Government, One World currency, and a One World religion via the United Nations.
Now when these Zionists get caught performing their evil agendas (which is an every day event), how do they respond to the criticism of their accusers. What do they say to those when their evil antics are revealed? Here’s what they say…you’re anti-Semitic! But how can a fact in-and-of itself be anti-Semitic when we see evil facts performed right before our very eyes?
This false anti-Semitism flag is a ploy used by these Zionists for as long as one can remember. Gentiles, unfortunately not all gentiles, (many gentiles do not realize what’s happening) get tired of hearing this false cry. But frankly, Zionists don’t care if they impress us or not when they cry anti-Semitism, their only goal is to create a One World Order using any tactic they can. The following is a typical tactic.
Israeli spokeswoman, Tzipora Menache supposedly said:
“You know very well, and the stupid Americans know equally well, that we control their government, irrespective of who sits in the White House. You see. I know it and you know it that no American president can be in a position to challenge us even if we do the unthinkable. What can they (Americans) do to us? We control congress, we control the media, we control show biz, and we control everything in America. In America you can criticize God, but you can’t criticize Israel.”
This quote supposedly made by Tzipora Menache has all the earmarks of a hoax instigated by Zionist Jews to encourage people who dislike the actions of Israel to pick up a computer virus upon clicking on to Tzipora Menache.
However, isn’t there a lot of truth in that Tzipora Menache statement even if only a hoax? All one needs to do to be convinced that this hoax rings a truthful bell, is to look at how the Zionist money controls just about every aspect in this of world!
Also to be considered…Zionist deny the book, “The Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion” exists. Yet these Protocols can be found on library shelves, and, the contents in the Protocols correlate very closely to the contents of the Talmud--yet they don’t deny the Talmud!
This is the mindset of the Zionist Jew. But, please, heaven forbid, don’t criticize them or say anything out loud lest you be tagged a Jew hating anti-Semitist.