Thursday, 28 February 2019


 And Jews, Christians, and Muslims (all three sharing the same religion and God!) and all FREEDOM FIGHTERS refuse to unite against the common enemy - ZIONIST ILLUMINATI HEGEMONY!



Affaire Décathlon/Hijab ou le déchaînement islamophobe par Salim Laïbi

Streamed live on 26 Feb 2019

Au pays (FRANCE) du racisme anti-arabe, anti-musulman, et anti-Islam, anti liberté d’expression, anti-égalité, anti-fraternité, anti-religion et anti-moralité, esclavagiste, pillard et massacreur des peuples sans défense, il est tout à fait normal que l’Islam et les Musulmans n’aient pas bonne presse ! Les médias racistes et fascistes dominants, surtout depuis les attaques de MOSSAD-CIA du 11 septembre 2001 aux États Unis, en collusion avec l’occident tout entier, n’ont cessé de diaboliser sans arrêt les Musulmans et l’Islam, et, avec l’État sioniste qui s’est aussi joint à la Nouvelle Croisade des fabricants de guerres, en orchestrant des opérations sous faux drapeaux sur le sol français, utilisant des Musulmans comme bouc-émissaires. [BAFS] 
 « Pour contrecarrer un tant soit peu cette doxa médiatique, et rétablir certaines vérités sur la religion enseignée par le Prophète Muhammad et ses pratiquants, les éditions Fiat Lux ont eu la bonne idée de publier : 
« Ils aiment l’Islam, anthologie des écrits des grands auteurs occidentaux »
Un livre qui fera date car il exhume moult témoignages enfouis d’intellectuels européens, américains ou arabes, parmi les plus brillants de leur génération, qui reconnaissent l’énorme héritage légué par la civilisation islamique à un monde occidental qui continue de nier cet apport fondamental à leur culture. Les citations ont été compilées par Salim Laïbi, par ailleurs directeur de la maison éditrice, tandis que la préface est signée du Professeur Pierre Dortiguier qui rappelle à juste titre que « l’Islam est une composante, majoritaire il est vrai, de ces peuples (Syrie, Palestine, Liban, Égypte…) dont il épouse l’unité sans l’absorber ». Parmi les laudateurs de la religion musulmane, on trouve des sommités telles  
Napoléon, Fernand Braudel, Diderot, Goethe, Hugo, Lamartine, Gustave Le Bon, Nietszche, Tolstoï… 
Sur les 186 pages qui constituent l’opus, on s’arrêtera sur ce résumé de Voltaire dans son Essai sur l’Histoire universelle : « Dans nos siècles de barbarie et d’ignorance, qui suivirent la décadence et le déchirement de l’empire romain, nous reçûmes presque tout des Arabes : astronomie, chimie ou médecine, et surtout remèdes plus doux et plus salutaires que ceux qui avaient été connus des Grecs et des Romains… ». Ils ont aimé l’Islam. On a aimé ce vibrant hommage ! »  
Nasser Mabrouk – El Djazaïr Mag

Texe Marrs - Holocaust Dogma Unmasked


Slimes Caption: Fred Edwords, one of the plaintiffs in the case, said the memorial in Bladensburg, Md., “sends a message of Christian favoritism and exclusion of all others.”
 NY Times: 40-Foot Cross Divides a Community and Prompts a Supreme Court Battle

Nearly 100 years ago, 1925 to be precise, the citizens of Bladensburg, Md. erected a 40-foot tall stone cross to honor the memory of 49 local young men whose lives were tragically pissed away in Woodrow Wilson's infamous war for Globalism and Zionism. Now, a group of local atheists want the structure relocated off of public property, or destroyed and replaced with something less offensive to their delicate sensibilities -- such as a "slab or "obelisk" as they propose in their Supreme Court brief. The local leader of this anti-Christian crusade, while acknowledging that all of dead soldiers were probably Christians, gives us his twisted reasoning for wanting the monument replaced:

From the article:
"Mr. Edwords, who is challenging the cross, said that 'it’s probably true that they were all Christians.'
But he added that the looming cross, especially when illuminated at night, sends a message about religious favoritism rather than remembrance.

'When you’re driving at night, you don’t see devotion and valor and all that stuff; you just see a giant cross floating in the darkness,” he said. “And that leaves the impression that the city of Bladensburg is a Christian enclave. Now I grant that people who grow up in a Christian environment often don’t think things like that,” he said. 

“Their Christian privilege makes it to where they can’t easily see how it looks. But for people like me — and Jews and Hindus and Muslims and Buddhists — this tells them they’re outsiders.'"
What crap! Hindus, Muslims (who revere Jesus as a holy prophet) and Buddhists couldn't care a rat's ass about crosses on public property. Only militant atheists, Satanists, Jews and vampires (but I repeat myself), get all worked up over the sight of a crucifix.

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1 & 2. Maryland's historic post-war "Peace Cross" -- erected in 1925 -- has suddenly been deemed "offensive" by "the usual suspects" and their "humanist" frontmen. // 
3. Expect "Weekend at Ruthie's" Ginsberg (cough cough) and the other three Supreme Court Jews (Sonia Sotomayor is a crypto "Marrano") to side with the God-hating plaintiffs. 
Let's hope all five of the "conservative" judges will rule with some sanity in the upcoming case.

The manipulative kosherized bullshit about "separation of church and state" -- which subversive groups such as the ACLU (American Civil Liberties Union) have used to cleanse the land of all vestiges of Christianity and its positive moral effects -- is based on a single out-of-context quote by the brilliant author of the Declaration of Independence and 3rd President of the United States at the time, Thomas Jefferson. As usual, the Marxist-Libtard Axis of Criminal Insanity gets it all ass-backwards. Jefferson, a Deist, was not out to protect the government from Christianity. To the exact contrary, he strove to protect religious practice from government control / interference.
Let's have a look at the full Jefferson letter (an 1802 response written to a group of Christians) in which he reassures them of his protection of their liberties.
The affectionate sentiments of esteem and approbation which you are so good as to express towards me, on behalf of the Danbury Baptist association, give me the highest satisfaction. My duties dictate a faithful and zealous pursuit of the interests of my constituents, & in proportion as they are persuaded of my fidelity to those duties, the discharge of them becomes more and more pleasing.
Believing with you that religion is a matter which lies solely between Man & his God, that he owes account to none other for his faith or his worship, that the legitimate powers of government reach actions only, and not opinions, I contemplate with sovereign reverence that act of the whole American people which declared that their legislature should "make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof," thus building a wall of separation between Church & State. Adhering to this expression of the supreme will of the nation in behalf of the rights of conscience, I shall see with sincere satisfaction the progress of those sentiments which tend to restore to man all his natural rights, convinced he has no natural right in opposition to his social duties.
I reciprocate your kind prayers for the protection & blessing of the common father and creator of man, and tender you for yourselves & your religious association, assurances of my high respect & esteem. (emphasis added)
Thomas Jefferson
Jan. 1. 1802"

In other words, the government will not establish / impose a state religion -- like the Church of England or the Russian Orthodox Church, for example -- on other sects. That's all that phrase means -- nothing more!
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Not only is the term "separation of church and state" nowhere to be found in either the Declaration of Independence or the U.S. Constitution; but the very letter in which the term appears shows that Jefferson's words have been taken out-of-context by ACLU Communists in order to promote the religion of Atheism. 
Of course, it is interesting to note how the religious symbols of a certain group (cough cough)  can still find their way onto public property without so much as a peep of complaint from the Communist / Atheist / ACLU Jew lawyer crowd. The National Menorah is a 40-foot tall & 30 foot wide monstrosity erected on the South Lawn of the White House in Washington, D.C. It was first lit in 1979 by President Jimmy Carter, and has been erected and lit every year since -- growing taller in the process! The annual event includes a music presentation of Hanukkah songs by the U.S. taxpayer-funded United States Army Band. Every year, a Jewish government official or member of the president's cabinet participates in the lighting of Mega Menorah -- a symbol of defiance against western (Greek) assimilation. U.S. governors now issue proclamations in honor of the National Menorah; and now we also have annual Hanukkah and Passover Seder events inside the White House!
The Jews -- ever the grand masters of rhetorical gymnastics -- argue that these stunts are no different than the annual outdoor lighting of the White House Christmas tree, or the annual Easter Egg hunt. Now if we accept, for the sake of argument, the "separation of church and state" nonsense, the flaw in such illogic is that decorated trees and painted eggs do not carry any Christian / religious meaning or value; whereas the lighting of the menorah and the Passover Seder speech are, even for atheistic Jews, important religious practices.
The "miraculous" menorah is their "crucifix" -- and the Passover blessing and "miracle" speech is their "Our Father." So, a more accurate comparison would be to the erection of a 40-foot cross on the White House grounds and a presidential recitation of the Lord's Prayer at the annual easter Egg Hunt. Man oh man and "oy vey!" Can "youse guys" even begin to imagine the deafening magnitude of the "public" shit-storm such acts would kick up?
No sir. What's good for the goose is most certainly not permitted for the Goyim gander. Why not? Because (((they))) OWN this frickin' country. That's why!
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Separation of  synagogue and State? Not a chance!
Boobus Americanus 1: I read in today's New York Times about an upcoming Supreme Court case to decide if a giant post World War I cross erected in 1925 violates the separation of church and state clause of the Constitution.
Boobus Americanus 2: Well, that seems a bit petty. However, if it's on public property, it is technically illegal.

Monday, 25 February 2019


 My Catholic Brother Alain Soral is wrong to call for NATIONAL RECONCILIATION, when there is no French NATION anymore, but only A ZIONIST FREEMASONIC ONE!



Ceci dit, je n’en connais aucun des peuples qui ne méritent pas d’être gouverné, voire tyrannisé par le mensonge.  Le mensonge c’est l’arme absolu des conquérants et des génies qui nous gouvernent dans l’ombre et ouvertement car le peuple est de tous temps stupide, et se laisse toujours manipuler par les plus forts et les plus malins.  Depuis Sumer, anciennement le Sud de la Mésopotamie (sauvagement coupée en deux, Iraq et Kuwait, par les envahisseurs britanniques, alors même que les occidentaux considéraient cette région comme le BERCEAU DE LA CIVILISATION, comme ils ont fait en Hindoustan qu’ils ont tout aussi sauvagement coupé en deux, Inde et Pakistan) alors même que ces mêmes barbares considéraient l’Hindoustan comme le tout premier ÉTAT MODERNE du monde, dans un but très précis, DIVISER POUR RÉGNER, l’arme absolue des Illuminati de Bavière et d’Écosse (Rothschild, Rockefeller, Warburg, Goldman Sachs, monarchie britannique, et compagnie !), cette organisation secrète de la franc-maçonnerie de la Dynastie Rothschild, le monde dit civilisé n’a su apporté le bonheur et a paix durables aux peuples parce que toutes les armées partaient à la conquêtes de nouvelles terre, soit pour cohabiter paisiblement et partager la vie, soit pour exterminer (génocide, dans de nombreux cas !) les peuples considérés inférieurs et indésirables, détruire leurs civilisations, piller leurs richesses, et réduire en esclavage physique ou économique les survivants des plus infâmes et gigantesques holocaustes de l’histoire humaine, surpassant mêmes les cruautés et abominations des barbares et conquérants grecs, romains, et mongoles.   

Les Sumériens parlaient arabe « akkadien » comme d’autres paraient arabe assyrien, arabe syriaque, arabe phénicien,  arabe palestinien, arabe araméen, arabe égyptien qui donna naissance à l’arabe hébraïque, etc.   

Mais, les racistes optèrent pour le label « sémitique » dont le but fut de ne rien créditer aux Arabes qui avaient inventé le tout premier alphabet (comme l’indique la Stèle de Rashida (Rosetta), que les « Hébreux », les Grecs, et les Romains adoptèrent plus tard.  

 Le terme « sémite » est une fabrication (falsification!) occidentale.  Mais, les arabophones ont conservé leur alphabet classique  à nos jours, et leurs textes religieux sont toujours dans cette même langue originale alors que, par exemple, la langue hébraïque a subi des modifications en Babylone.

Le "Proto-Sinaïticus" qui donna naissance à l’alphabet arabe ancien du Sinaï (Arabie et Égypte) date de circa 1800 et 1900 avant l’ère commune (BC). Mais, l’alphabet le plus répandu fut développé par les Arabes de Phénicie quelques 700 ans plus tard, le même utilisé par les Arabes de la péninsule arabique. 

J’appris à l’école coloniale anglaise que les ARABES avaient découvert l’île Maurice, voulant dire PHÉNICIENS !  Donc, les PHÉNICIENS étaient aussi des ARABES !
Les Arabes ou Arabophones adoraient Dieu qu’ils appelaient EL, ILAÏ, LAH, ELAH, AL LAH, et une déesse AL LAAT, et une autre divinité HU BAL (BAAL), ADONAÏ (Adonis, Palestine), etc., et les Palestiniens adoraient avant l’arrivée du Sumérien (d’UR) Abraham dans la région ou des bandits et pillards appelés les Égyptiens et les Arabes HIBIRUS ou Hébreux.  Des ARABES aussi étaient des habitants de Sumer !  Pourquoi Abraham ne fut-il pas ARABE lui aussi ?  

Il est risible d’entendre les Américains de la Corporation judéo-britannique des États-Unis (USA) ou les Français pleurnicher sur la violation de leur « Constitution » respective ou sur les atteintes à souveraineté de leurs peuples, alors qu’ils ne cessent de vilipender, calomnier, ou diffamer, d’attaquer, de persécuter les Musulmans qui désirent respecter leur Constitution, en arabe SHARI’A.  Ils se disent terrorisés rien qu’à entendre ce mot “Constitution” en arabe!  La haine de l’Arabe, de la langue arabe, de l’Islam, religion ABRAHAMIQUE et CHRISTIQUE qui englobe le Judaïsme de la Torah (Israël en Palestine) et le Christianisme des Évangiles (Nazareth en Galilée), et des Musulmans perdure  et s’amplifie.  Les Judaïques et les Sionistes se vantent d’une guerre d’extermination entre Chrétiens et Musulmans d’où ils espèrent voir Israël de l’Apartheid en sortir vainqueur sans se battre ! Oy Vey !

Ce lundi 25 février 2019
P.S. SATAN : Bravo, beau travail, mon ami !
 Christianity in Palestine: Misrepresentation and Dispossession
A view of the Old City of Jerusalem — with both the Haram al-Sharif and the Church of the Holy Sepulchre visible — from Dominus Flevit church on the Mount of Olives (Timothy Seidel)

“You are a Christian?” a foreign tourist inquires with marked disbelief of a Palestinian tour guide in Bethlehem. “When did you convert?”
This response by foreigners, Christian or not, is unfortunately not uncommon in Palestine. Even in Bethlehem, the origin to which many trace the very roots of their Christian faith, this disbelief goes hand-in-hand with tourists’ visits to the Church of the Nativity — visits that seem to carry with them some image of a time long past with only archaeological or religious sites remaining with little consideration for the “living stones” that have continuously borne witness to this tradition for two millennia.
Many Christians from the Global North have a hard time seeing and relating to Christianity in the Arab world as living, vibrant communities of faith with rich spiritual and theological traditions. This may be partly due to a lack of understanding about the shape of Christianity in other parts of the world, but may also be partly due to the often racist and ethnocentric notions of what a Christian should look like.
Christianity in the Arab world has had a long and lively history, including in Palestine, where one still finds today communities of faith that stretch back thousands of years to the very beginnings of the church, where Arabic is spoken in liturgies and sermons, and where the church has played an integral role in the development of society, whether in terms of providing leadership in very difficult times or in pioneering valuable social services like education.

Today, of the roughly 3.9 million Palestinians living in the Occupied Territories, less than two percent are Christians. Of the 1.4 million Palestinians living inside Israel, meanwhile, roughly eight percent belong to Christian communities. Though small, these communities bear witness to two millennia of continuous Christian presence in the land called “holy” by much of the rest of the world.
Greek Catholic (Melkite) Palm Sunday service in Bethlehem (Christi Hoover Seidel)

Palestinian Christians belong to several traditional communities of faith, communities that can be grouped into four broad categories. The first are the traditions of the Eastern Orthodox churches. These would include the Greek Orthodox communities, claiming a continuous presence in the Holy Land since the times of the apostles. The second group is made of up what is sometimes referred to as the “Oriental” Orthodox churches, such as the Syrian, Coptic, and Armenian Orthodox communities. A third category consists of those churches belonging to the Catholic family of churches. In addition to Roman Catholic communities, referred to in the Middle East as the “Latin” church, one finds “Eastern Catholic” or “Eastern Rite Catholic” churches. These churches, though in communion with Rome and recognizing the authority of the pope, have maintained their own distinctive liturgy and traditions. Members of such communities as Greek Catholic or Syrian Catholic outnumber the number of “Latin” Catholics in Palestine and have a long history of involvement in the Palestinian struggle for justice. Finally, there are various Protestant communities, including not only Anglican and Lutheran churches, present since the nineteenth century, but also independent evangelical churches, including Baptist, Pentecostal, and more.
Today in Palestine, Christianity is experiencing what many would consider a crisis. This is not due to the growth of so-called Islamic fundamentalism or the persecution of “believers” by their Muslim neighbors, misrepresentations that are unfortunately used to distract from the realities of occupation. Instead, the plight of the Palestinian Christian is very much connected to that of the Palestinian Muslim in that both, whether in the Occupied Territories or inside Israeli itself, are experiencing daily injustices at the hands of oppressive and discriminatory policies imposed on them by the Israeli government.

Palestinian Christians, like their Muslim brothers and sisters, have experienced a long history of dispossession and have not been immune to Israeli policies of occupation and discrimination. If anything, they have felt more strongly the feelings of forsakenness, knowing full well that many Christians in North America and Europe support without question the state of Israel in its oppression of their people. Daily experiences of humiliation at checkpoints, of land confiscation to make way for the separation barrier, the illegal occupation and colonization of Palestinian territory, lack of mobility and access to basic services, unemployment, poverty, and no sense of hope for a better future for their children have all contributed to this growing emigration of Palestinian Christians from the historical land of Palestine.

Like their Muslim neighbors, who are prevented by checkpoints and roadblocks from making pilgrimage to the Al-Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem, Christians in the West Bank and the Gaza Strip are denied basic religious freedoms, routinely prohibited from traveling very short distances to worship in one of the most holy sites in Christianity — the Church of the Holy Sepulcher in the Old City of Jerusalem, where the church commemorates Jesus’ crucifixion, burial, and resurrection from the dead.
A famous ancient mosaic in the Church of the Loaves and Fishes on the sea of Galilee (taken by Christi Hoover Seidel)

For the Palestinian Christians of Bethlehem, for example, traveling the six-mile (ten-kilometer) distance to Jerusalem’s Old City is impossible without special permission. Roughly half of Bethlehem’s residents are Christian. Church leaders estimate that over 2,000 Christians have emigrated from the Bethlehem area since September 2000, representing a decline of more than nine percent of Bethlehem’s total Christian population. [1]
Rev. Alex Awad, Palestinian pastor of the East Jerusalem Baptist Church, reminds us that “Palestinian Christians have existed in the Holy Land since the day of Pentecost and have kept the torch of Christianity burning faithfully for the past two thousand years.” The erosion of Christianity in her birthplace, he poignantly observes “is a loss for the body of Christ everywhere. Can we imagine the Holy Land devoid of the Christian presence and a church which has been a faithful witness for Christ since the day the church was born?” [2]
Unfortunately, various reportings of this phenomenon has revealed stereotypes in North America and Europe that continue to see the root socio-economic problem for Palestinian Christians as their Muslim neighbors. It is disconcerting that the portrayal of the Christian absence in Palestine, for example, is often played off as the fault of Muslims and not of the illegal Israeli occupation, as if Muslims are oppressing Christians and that this is the root of the problem for Palestinians. It is the occupation that has made life so difficult that many Christians have moved from Palestine. This continues to be a serious problem, ignored especially by “Christian” tour groups who while visiting the “Holy Land” seldom bother to even come to Bethlehem to see these ancient sites, let alone see these Christian communities and recognize their existence.
These attempts to frame this conflict in such anti-Muslim ways only distracts (often intentionally) from the burden of responsibility that sits squarely on the shoulders of the state of Israel and its intentional violation of international law and the U.S. for its 100 billion dollar financing of this structure of violence and death.
An example of this is a resolution that is currently being circulated around the U.S. House of Representatives claiming to be concerned about the plight of Palestinian Christians and their diminishing presence in Palestine. Yet this resolution makes no mention of the root causes of this conflict but instead blames Palestinians themselves for their own victimhood, grossly misrepresenting this situation and the Palestinian people.
Only recently, while the world fixes its gaze on the ongoing Israeli assault on the people of Lebanon — both Muslim and Christian — and gives little attention to Gaza and the Israeli-caused humanitarian disaster for the million and a half people living there, the Israeli military has begun uprooting ancient olive trees in Bethlehem’s Cremisan area, marking out the path of the separation barrier to be built through one of the regions most valuable heritage sites.
Israel’s wall in the West Bank is effectively annexing a large percentage of Bethlehem’s agricultural land (Timonthy Seidel)

The Cremisan area is of significant heritage value, home to the only winery in Palestine and two monasteries. Some of the finest examples of the regions ancient terraced landscape can be found here. The wall will carve through these terraces destroying agricultural landscapes that have survived for centuries. When the wall is completed, Beit Jala district of the Bethlehem area will have lost access to two-thirds of its land.

It is not the Palestinian Muslim population that is responsible for the expropriation of more land for the construction of this 430-mile/700-kilometer separation barrier. It is not the Palestinian Muslim population that is responsible for the expansion of illegal settlements and the creation of a “Greater Jerusalem” depopulated of its Palestinian citizens. It is not the Palestinian Muslim population that is responsible for the checkpoints that obstruct mobility, nor the demolition of homes and other forms of collective punishment. It is not the Palestinian Muslim population that is responsible for the “one big prison” status of Gaza. It is not the Palestinian Muslim population that is responsible for this separation barrier that will become the de facto border of a “Palestinian State” composed of several isolated islands of land on roughly 40 to 50 percent of the West Bank. It is not the Palestinian Muslim population that will be responsible for, absent a viable, contiguous Palestinians state, the “reservation” life that will parallel the Native North American experience in the United States. No, it is the ongoing Israeli structure of occupation and dispossession that continues to devastate Palestinian livelihood for both Christian and Muslim alike.

At a time when the U.S. Congress is considering the plight of Palestinian Christians, they are witnessing the destruction of their community’s land, heritage and livelihood. The people of Bethlehem have been very clear in their message to the international community, “If you want to help us, stop the construction of Israel’s Wall.” [3]
Anyone who lives in this society long enough is aware of tensions that might exist between Christians and Muslims. Palestinians society like any other society in the world is dealing with its own problems. But to focus on this internal tension to the exclusion of other factors is missing the mark and emptying this issue of its context.
It is indeed hard to be Palestinian Christian these days. But it is also hard being a Palestinian Muslim. The fact of the matter is that it is hard simply being a Palestinian.
Timothy Seidel is a peace development worker with Mennonite Central Committee in the Occupied Palestinian Territories where he has lived for the past two years.

[1] For more on these conditions in Bethlehem, see the report from the Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) and the Office of the Special Coordinator for the Peace Process in the Middle East (UNSCO), “Costs of Conflict: The Changing Face of Bethlehem” (December 2004).

[2] See Rev. Awad’s article in “Christian Zionism and Peace in the Holy Land,” MCC Peace Office Newsletter 35/3 (July-September 2005).
[3] See Open Bethlehem’s report “Bulldozers start work on Wall to annex Bethlehem’s Cremisan Monastery,” and the Urgent Appeal from the city of Beit Jala in Bethlehem district.