Thursday, January 8, 2015

Who Can You NOT Criticize? The Elephant in the Room is the Zionist Regime

“So when they continued asking him [Jesus], he lifted up himself, and said unto them, He that is without sin among you, let him first cast a stone at her…And they which heard it, being convicted by their own conscience, went out one by one, beginning at the eldest, even unto the last: and Jesus was left alone, and the woman standing in the midst” (John 8:7, 11)
If you were trained in logic and have little patience with contradictions, illogical leaps, false conclusions, hypocrisy, double standards, ad hominem, straw man, and just plain nonsense and crazy ideas, then soon or later you will find yourself in a cosmic conflict with the Zionist regime that controls the media and U.S. foreign policy.

Senator Robert Menendez, “ranking member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee,” has recently declared that “North Korea landed a virtual bomb on Sony’s parking lot” by allegedly hacking the company’s computers.[1]

Let us grant the ridiculous notion that North Korea did hack Sony. Hasn’t the Zionist regime landed a virtual bomb on virtually every American’s parking lot by snooping on us all? And isn’t it true that the NSA is still doing it? Is Menendez telling us that we should protest against the Dreadful Few for violating the Constitution of the United States? As Micah Zenko himself puts it,

“North Korea is not a leading source of malicious cyber activity—the United States is consistently ranked first, and other top sources remain debated. Symantec reported that the top three country sources of malware in 2013 were the United States (17 percent), China (9 percent) and India (5 percent).”[2]

These irreconcilable contradictions will surely make your blood boil for a while.

At any rate, if you believe that people are free to believe in crazy ideas but are not free to impose those same crazy ideas upon others, most specifically upon the entire American people, then soon or later a righteous anger will start boiling in your spirit. Soon or later, you will eventually end up saying,

“Don’t the Dreadful Few claim to have super DNA? Aren’t they the ‘Chosen Ones’? Don’t they claim to have high IQ? Isn’t that why they were hired as professors and journalists and politicians and academics? Did people like Alan Dershowitz get hired at Harvard to cite a high school syllabus as a reliable source?

“Did people like Daniel Jonah Goldhagen become a professor at Harvard because they were masters at cooking up evidence and then threatening people with law suit if those people expose them? Why can’t the Dreadful Few and their puppets stick with logic and reason?

“What logical rule that allows them to use one standard for themselves and a completely different standard for people they do not like? And how can they maintain those contradictory notions in their heads? Do they really take logic and reason seriously? Or do they apply a Talmudic standard, which essentially dictates that logic and reason are to be used if they further the cause of Jewish ideology?”

To understand this issue, let us look at how the Dreadful Few have already treated people they do not like. Just a few days ago, the New York Times began one of their articles by saying,

“David Duke seems a figure from the past, the former Klansman and white supremacist who two decades ago was almost elected Louisiana governor.”[3]

In the same vein, the Huffington Post declared,

“Former Ku Klux Klan leader David Duke issued a warning to Republicans who have criticized House Majority Whip Steve Scalise (R-La.) for speaking to a white nationalist group in 2002, saying they ‘better be looking over their shoulders.’”[4]
"Put simply, in the Zionist world, redemption for past sin is only possible if you join the Zionist world."
The Washington Post declared that “former Ku Klux Klan leader David Duke…”[5] The Times of Israel: “Former Ku Klux Klan leader David Duke…”[6] The Time: “Former KKK Wizard David Duke Says He Doesn’t Support Steve Scalise.”[7] The Jerusalem Post: “white supremacist” and “former KKK member” David Duke. The Weekly Standard: “David Duke, the former Ku Klux Klansman…”[8] Commentary: “former Ku Klux Klan leader” David Duke.[9]

Jonah Goldberg, editor-at-large of National Review Online, “former Ku Klux Klansman David Duke…” The Washington Times, “David Duke, the former head of the Ku Klux Klan…”[10] The Wall Street Journal, “former Louisiana Ku Klux Klan leader and politician David Duke…”[11]

As Jim W. Dean would say, you just can’t make this stuff up.

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