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Saturday, April 29, 2017

The Disgusting Face of Liberal Churchianity

Anglican Archbishop seeks a ban on David Irving’s books in libraries

Here is one reason why the Anglican Church, like all liberal denominations in Britain and Europe, is a ghost-like shell of its former self: the craven servility of its erstwhile Archbishop of Canterbury, Rowan Williams, in obsequious submission to the requirements of the Zionist inquisition. 

“His Lordship" would be the first to howl in outrage if the Babylonian Talmud, with its racist imprecations against Jesus, Mary and the goyim, were to be withdrawn from the same libraries where Williams demands a ban on the World War II history books of David Irving. 

Good news: Manchester University librarians have rebuffed this clown. Mr. Irving’s dissident histories will continue to be displayed. The report is here


Tuesday, April 11, 2017

Poison Gas: Churchill’s Weapon of Choice

Forbidden Facts Banned by the Corporate Media

Poison Gas: 
Winston Churchill’s Weapon of Choice

“During the Kurdish rebellion against British dictatorship in 1920, Churchill remarked that he simply did not understand the ‘squeamishness’ surrounding the use of gas by civilized Great Britain as a weapon of terror. ‘I am strongly in favor of using gas against uncivilized tribes, it would spread a lively terror,’ he remarked.”

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Saddam Hussein used poison gas against Iranians after he received President Reagan’s approval for his war with Iran:

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Thursday, April 06, 2017

Assad using poison gas? It doesn’t add up

In Seymour Hersh’s recent book The Killing of Osama Bin Laden he touches on the infamous sarin gas attack on Syrian civilians back in 2013. Children died in that as well. It turned out that the sarin used in that attack was different than the gas that Assad had given to the U.S. which we took possession of and destroyed. 

The theory is that certain entities in our own U.S. government enabled rebel factions in Syria to use the gas on their own people, in order to entice the U.S. into war with Assad. Luckily, under Obama, the ruse didn’t work. Unfortunately, this time this black op has been successful.

It makes exactly zero sense that six days after Assad finally “wins”  with the U.S. proclaiming that his removal from power is no longer our focus   that he suddenly sees fit in early April to engage in the ultimate provocative behavior that paints a target on his back all over again. 

Why on earth would anyone of sound mind do such a thing? 

And yet, Charles Blow “explains” in the New York Times, that loosening the grip on Assad “emboldened” him to poison a few civilians with gas. 

For what purpose? Even if someone has nothing but contempt for Assad, normal rules of common sense still apply. Assad is not stupid or a maniac, he is someone who wants to stay in power. The United States had granted him that just last week. 

You tell me who poisoned those poor souls. It wasn’t Assad.  

It pains me that Syrian civilians are being used in this manner, as pawns, to advance an agenda. But ample precedent exists for just that.


Love as Jesus did

Love as Jesus Did

We strive to love as Jesus commanded us 

“I say unto you, love your enemies, bless them that curse you, do good to them that hate you, and pray for them which spitefully use you and persecute you.” (Matthew 5:44)

Jesus shattered a pagan template of violence and revenge against those who harm us.

By doing so He overcame all of His enemies.

Herod’s military might, his political dynasty and that of the Roman emperors and their vast armies, have all vanished.

They were swept away by a young man who advanced the seditious belief that might does not make right; insisting instead that we learn to love our enemies instead of hating them.

Jesus taught us to resist the temptations of retaliation and revenge, and turn the other cheek to those who afflict and oppress us.

We pray for a change of heart and for redemption and salvation for our enemies.

May we treat others as we wish to be treated.

That is the Resurrection message of Jesus Christ at Easter and throughout the year.

— Michael Hoffman

 "Let all that you do be done in love." 
(I Corinthians 16:14) 

All means all: loving every human being, Jew or gentile, black or white, and all others. This we believe; this we teach. Hatred and extremism are not of God and bear no good fruit.