Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Hoffman challenges see-no-Talmudic-evil Conservatives

Until Michael Hoffman's book Judaism Discovered becomes better known, the alleged historical alliance of “Christians-and-Jews-united-against-the-Muslims” will gain ever greater influence over Americans, and become ever more appropriated as a signature statement of the supposed compact which has existed for much of the history of the West. This deliriously fractured fairy tale about our ancestors’ alliances, which misleads and misdirects countless people in America--marches forward without hindrance. Judaism Discovered could punch a mighty hole in the Conservative campaign to forge a fake history based on the blundering claim of this “Judeo-Christian” alliance against Islam.

Hoffman's latest Revisionist History Newsletter is now available
(The contents of Revisionist History Newsletter are never published online)


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9 comments:

HallnOates said...

I'm not so sure about an organized Republican front behind the tea party, but it is clear that this tea party movement is impotent to stop the wars promoted by men like Michael Ledeen. Empire America can do no wrong in many if not most(not all of them of course) of their eyes. Though I do think there are some real patriots in the tea parties that against the warfare state.

Anonymous said...

Michael,
Will you be attending this Strategic Perspectives conference in Coeur d'Alene on 10/23-25?

http://khouse.org/conference/

I ask because it appears that the World Net Daily's Joseph Farah will be there. WND, as you probably know, plays a key role in the con-servative movement.

Steve in Vista said...

Bravo Michael,

Islam and true Christian faith are never enemies, and should be the staunchest of allies against what each knows and doctrinally professes Talmudic apostate Judaism to be: namely Antichrist, ad-Dajjal. Only Talmudic Jewry and the neo-Fascist "Christian Zionist" apostates could possibly have the chutzpah to claim that Talmudism or Zionism is any kind of friend to Christians. Christians, in the fight against tyranny and the Antichrist, our true friends are Muslims.

Cambrensis said...

Steve

You may well be right when you identify the faithless Jews with Antichrist; but your assertion that the Christian religion and Islam "are never enemies' seems bizarre. Doesn't Islam reject the Trinity? Didn't Islam overrun Christian lands by force of arms? Didn't the the Church preach Crusades against Islam?

As for the Muslims being the "staunchest of allies" -- since when has the Christian faith needed non-Christian "allies"?

Michael Hoffman said...

I haven't said a word about "faithless Jews and AntiChrist" and I do not use such stereotypical generalizations.

Neither have I written in this column, as you claim, that the Christian religion and Islam are never enemies, or that the Muslims are the staunchest of allies.

I don't know where you get your "information" but it is not from my writing - or was your comment intended as a joke or a mockery?

Anonymous said...

Michael,
I think the post from Cambrensis was directed toward Steve in Vista instead of your writings.

And a correction to my prior post of whether you were going to the Strategic Perspectives conference, I should have asked if you were aware of the conference instead of if you were going.

Cambrensis said...

Mr Hoffman wrote:

I don't know where you get your "information" but it is not from my writing - or was your comment intended as a joke or a mockery?

No sir, as Anonymous correctly surmised, my comments were a response to Steve in Vista's post. Steve seemed to envisage an anti-Jewish alliance of Christians and Muslims on the questionable basis of 'my enemy's enemy is my friend'.


I haven't said a word about "faithless Jews and AntiChrist" and I do not use such stereotypical generalizations.

Those of your online writings that I've read scrupulously avoid drawing apocalyptic or theological conclusions from the antics of the Cryptocracy, although you note its opposition to Jesus Christ.

I'd be interested to know if your expression 'Cryptocracy' basically refers to what some traditional Catholics call Judaeo-Masonry ...?

Do you see it as a purely human conspiracy or do you attribute a preternatural element to its activities?

Michael Hoffman said...

"Judeo-Masonry" is an antiquated term that does not adequately account for the masonic successor groups that have come to power, such as the OTO and Skull and Bones and many others.

The Cryptocracy is a human conspiracy in that human beings are its agents, but since these persons allow themselves to be possessed by the spirit of evil, one can attest to a supernatural element, and this is true not only in terms of personnel but epistemology and technology as well.

Anonymous said...

It should be pointed out that many in the Cryptocracy are not possessed by the spirit of evil (although I don't want to diminish the spiritual aspect of it, especially at the highest levels), but are obsessed with a deeply secular pragmatism. If any particular movement or affiliation in the temporal realm will get them ahead, they'll tag along for the ride, closing their eyes to any misery the organization (cryptocratic or otherwise) might cause their fellow man. I imagine as the economy worsens, it will be far easier for the Cryptocracy to gain recruits -- all it has to promise is relief from financial distress and it won't have any shortage of people signing on the bottom line (probably in their own blood), especially as the economic deterioration increasingly affects white-collar workers at the top of the professional pyramid (these tend to be the types who have had the Gospel "educated" out of them at schools the secular world regards as prestigious; consequently, their moral compasses are moved only by relativistic impulses).