5/6/09

Strategy, Tactics, Execution

This is how Congress and the US State Department define anti-semitism since 10/04: [thought experiment in brackets]
1. Any assertion that the Jewish [Arab] community controls government, the media, international business and the financial world is anti-Semitic.

2. Any strong anti-Israel [Arab] sentiment is anti-Semitic.

3. Virulent criticism of Israel’s [Arab] leaders, past or present, is anti-Semitic.

4. Criticism of the Jewish [Muslim] religion or its religious leaders or literature, especially the Talmud [Koran] and the Kabala is anti-Semitic.

5. Criticism of the US government and congress for being under influences of the [Arab] Jewish/Zionist community, including AIPAC, is anti-Semitic.

6. Criticism of the Jewish/Zionist [Arab] community for promoting Globalism, is anti-Semitic.

7. Blaming Jewish [Arab] leaders and their followers for inciting the Roman crucifixion of Christ is anti-Semitic.

8. Diminishing the 6 million figure of the holocaust [Nabka] victims is anti-Semitic.

9. Calling Israel [Palestine] a racist state is anti-Semitic.

10. Asserting that there exists a Zionist [Arab] conspiracy is anti-Semitic.

11. Claiming the Jews and their leaders [Arabs] created the Bolshevik revolution is Russia is anti-Semitic.

12. Making derogatory statements about Jewish [Arab] persons is anti-Semitic.
Oh I get it. You can see how useful this sort of control is when AIPAC officials are caught spying for Israel, and then the charges are dropped, and then the Jewish groups browbeat the American government for having the audacity to bring charges up at all. I mean, according to Congress and the US State Department, if you so much as raise your fucking eyebrow over this you are definitely anti-semitic. Just sit down and shut up. Or bend over. Whatever.

At a time when America finds herself on the middle of 2 already-disastrous wars as a result of Jewish skullduggery and on the brink of yet another that–when all is said and done stands the very good likelihood of bringing small-time players into the mix such as a nuclear armed Russia–the release of 2 spies caught red-handed conspiring against America is nothing less than an “ELE” (Extinction-Level Event) for American national security. The spy nests laying low in the US for the last 5 years as a result of orders from headquarters in Tel Aviv have with the release of the 2 spies just received their “go!” instructions to again begin gnawing away at the national security load bearing beams of the US like Moses’ locust plagues described in the Old Testament. They know now there is nothing to fear from the US in terms of spying and sabotage. All the false flag operations planned as a precursor to an attack on Iran that up to now have been put on hold have now been moved to the front of the queue.

Americans who care about this country, the United States first and foremost, should be outraged. People who aren't are either 1) misinformed and need to do some research, or 2) not being honest about where their loyalties lie. The truth shall set you free.

As for the swine flu, it did make a great distraction, but I'm pretty sure it's more than that. When you can rustle up a faux global pandemic at a moment's notice, it means you have options. Things get prepared in advance, just like the Patriot Act and the Bailout Package -- thousand page documents pulled out of a bottom drawer oh look voila! These are tactics that serve larger strategies. Similarly, the time was right to execute the swine flu tactic. Not only did it conveniently distract from the spying, but it also kicked off the extremely profitable push for mass vaccinations.

This anti-semitism bullshit is also a tactic, like police tape around a crime scene. They want us to stay back because they have to hide the truth. But it's just flimsy tape. It only holds you back if you let it, if you respect the authority that strung it up. Congress? Oh please.

6 comments:

malcontent said...

I don't remember where I saw it but just a month or two ago I ran across a discussion of anti-semitism that clearly stated that it was not just a hatred of Jews but a hatred of all Semitic tribes which includes Arabs.

Today I perused the online dictionaries for anti-semitism and it invariably only references hatred of Jews. Conversely, the word Semitic still has Arabs in the definition.

Should I be intrigued by finding the obviously neglectful omission first, confused by the disparity or upset at the current manipulation of my reference materials?

Sis said...

If Israel elected pro-Palestinian leaders and we criticized them, would that be anti-semitic, too? What if Israel decides to take down the wall and dismantle the settlements? We probably should not criticize that either or else that might be considered anti-semitic.

Malcontent, there are problems with the term Semite because Judaism is a religion, not a race. Anyone can become a jew. If you do, that would make you a semite, according to jewish law. As you can see, that makes no sense. Oops. Is that anti-semitic?

malcontent said...

I have been plowing through the google and have found that the term was initially nothing more than a term in philology that has been hijacked for many other purposes.

This now apparently and ironically includes legal enforcement of my ability to use language here in Amerika. Strange times these.

suraci said...

I agree to a point, but the problem with authority is that it has the power. While we may know these things, almost as second nature now, most still have absoutely no idea whatsoever about the reality of the Zionist project.

As long as that continues, they will continue to win, as they unfortunately are.

A. Peasant said...

thank you for the inspiration! see latest post...

Sis said...

Suraci,

It does seem like they are winning, but keep in mind that the noise is always loudest when the fighting comes to a head. Zionists are up against the wall and they are flailing their arms in all directions. Keep up the fight and witness righteousness prevail.

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