Some News on Israel: Interesting point of Views regarding Zion

An important message to two-faced trolls that still lurk about: Ghost in the machine–the REAL deceiver, Thanks for spotlighting this VERY important revelation I discovered. Sorry I no longer allow ping backs to paid political trolls. Maybe your time would be best spent elsewhere, as you are not making money off my participation anymore. Thank the Lord I found out the truth and you really should move on with your troll self. I want NO PART of your deception or lies.

Folks: Now for the GOOD stuff—please also read the comments as allot of information was collected and shown there. {This is a collection of information and comments over a period of time. I apologize if it seems a bit sporadic, but this was a learning process and moment of TRUTH unfolding. I will leave it as written in hopes that another who questions these things also finds the TRUTH as I did. Take this all to prayer to our Heavenly Father for discernment.}

Report: Greek deputy prime minister likens IDF action in Gaza to Nazi armies

22 January 2010

According to the ‘Jerusalem Post’, Greek Deputy Prime Minister Theodoros Pangalos has returned an Israeli gift of three bottles of Golan wine in protest against Israel’s “illegal occupation” and the military action in Gaza.

The Israeli Embassy in Athens had sent the wine to Pangalos, who is in charge of coordinating Greek foreign and defense policy as well as economic and social policy, as a gift for the festive season. In a letter sent to the Embassy together with the returned wine, Pangalos said he had been taught not to steal or accept products of theft. “So I cannot possibly accept this gift and I must return it back to you. As you know, your country occupies illegally the Golan Heights which belong to Syria, according to international law and numerous decisions by the international community,” Pangalos was quoted by the ‘Jerusalem Post’ as writing to Israel’s ambassador in Greece, Ali Yihiye.

Referring to Nazi atrocities in Greece and Poland during World War II, Pangalos went on to state that the actions “of the Israel military in Gaza remind the Greek people of holocausts such as in Kalavrita, or Doxato, or Distomo, and certainly in the ghetto of Warsaw.” He called for an end to Hamas’s terrorist activities but also likened Israel’s actions in Gaza to those of Nazi Germany. “I take the opportunity to express my hope that Israel will find security into its internationally recognized borders and the terrorist activities against Israel territory by Hamas or anybody else will be contained and made impossible, but I also hope that your government will cease practicing the policy of collective punishment, which was applied on a mass scale by Hitler and his armies.”

In the 1960s, Pangalos fought against the military dictatorship in Greece, and in 1968, the junta deprived him of his Greek citizenship, which was later restored. Between 1996 and 1999, he served as Greece’s foreign minister. Pangalos is famous for his colorful language and his derogatory comments about foreign dignitaries. During the 1990s he described the Turkish establishment as “murderers, rapists and thieves”.

Holocaust-denying bishop sheds doubts on Israel’s legitimacy

21 January 2010

The ultra-traditionalist Catholic Bishop Richard Williamson, whose denial of the extent of the Holocaust created an uproar a year ago, in a French video clip has called the discussions between the Vatican and his Society of Saint Pius X (SSPX) a “dialogue of the deaf.” Williamson is one of the four SSPX bishops whose excommunication was lifted by Pope Benedict only days after his controversial views on the Holocaust were broadcast on Swedish television. In an interview conducted in French and published on the video-sharing website ‘Dailymotion’, Williamson said the two sides had “absolutely irreconcilable” positions.

He discussed a number of issues with Pierre Panet, a man identified by the French Catholic newspaper ‘La Croix’ as a far-right politician. When asked about the negotiations under way with the Vatican to reintegrate the SSPX into the Roman Catholic Church, the British bishop said in fluent French:  “I think that will end up as a dialogue of the deaf. The two positions are absolutely irreconcilable… Either the SSPX becomes a traitor, or Rome converts or it is a dialogue of the deaf.”

The SSPX, which rejects the Second Vatican Council and the Catholic Church’s reconciliation with the Jews, broke from Rome in 1988 when Archbishop Lefebvre disobeyed Pope John Paul II and consecrated four bishops, including Williamson. Pope Benedict lifted the excommunications of the four in January 2009 and started negotiations aimed at finding a way to reintegrate the traditionalists into the Catholic Church. Recently , Benedict expressed hope that he would be able to reestablish full communion with the SSPX.

Williamson pointed out that for a real Catholic, only the Catholic faith was true, and all other religions were “more or less true and more or less false” and that hence there could be no agreement between the faiths on a religious level.

When Panet asked for him his views on Israel, Williamson said: “A lot of people think this state is legitimate, but that doesn’t necessarily mean that it is.” He also declared that the biblical notion of a “chosen people” had changed with the advent of Jesus Christ and that since then only those who had faith in Jesus were part of the chosen people.

The bishop also called Hamas and other groups in the Middle East “resistance movements” and said that the situation in the Middle East was “particularly difficult since 1947.” In that year, the United Nations adopted a plan to create a Jewish and an Arab state in Palestine.

Meanwhile, a court spokesman in Germany said that the trial of Williamson in the city of Regensburg on charges of incitement and Holocaust denial would not commence before mid-March.

Official denies saying that Hamas Charter calling for Israel’s destruction will be changed

21 January 2010

Hamas is reportedly ready to accept Israel’s right to exist and prepared to nullify its charter which calls for the destruction of the Jewish state, according to Aziz Dwaik, Hamas’s most senior representative in the West Bank and the elected speaker of the Palestinian Legislative Council. According to the ‘Jerusalem Post’ Dwaik made these remarks during a meeting in Hebron with British millionaire David Martin Abrahams, who maintains close ties with senior Israeli and British government officials.

However, the Hamas politician later on Thursday denied that he had made any such statements. Dwaik was quoted on the Hamas website as saying that the report was “inaccurate” and that Hamas would never recognize the Israeli occupation of Palestinian lands.

Abrahams told the ‘Jerusalem Post’ that he would urge Milliband to “consider the implications of Hamas’s positive overtures.”

“The [Hamas] charter was drafted more than 20 years ago,” Dwaik was quoted by the newspaper as saying, adding that “No one wants to throw anyone into the sea.”


I decide to research MORE and have come across several links that I found compelling and thought to share those findings here.

One google asking where did the term Nazi come from produced a STARTLING interpretation!!!

“Do we know where the NAZI-SS comes from? Who are the ASHKENAZI Jews?”

It is NOW apparent to me, that not ALL JEWS believe the SAME things,  therefore,  as I look back to my growing up years and remember how we were told without question, that it was America’s DUTY to protect Israel and the jews because they were God’s Chosen People., I  find now, that I MUST question the WHY of it all. (Thanks P and H—you opened my mind by your accusation)

Also, if they wanted a “Nation”, why did they not use the one established in 1928 FOR those European “Jew” Converts?  Birobidzhan is STILL there and waiting.

Was the messege stamped into our minds as a blind ideology to consider them ONE AND THE SAME?  I think MORE research is in order to hopefully understand WHY we American’s just assume that All Jews follow the same “doctrine”.

I think that cruelty and mass murder of or by ANY race to be considered wrong!  And I also find it naive for some to NOT believe or understand that rival tribes DO KILL one another for various reasons. I mean for starters, Cain Killed Abel….

I have a faint memory of Pres. Jimmy Carter being against the “Nationhood making” of Israel….perhaps he is not as “Anti-Semitic” as the media portrayed him to be…..but I need to research this and post the findings another day.

KENITES: Offspring of Cain who is the son of Satan “serpent seed’  & Eve  Gen 3

Disguised as our brother Judah but are NOT Judah (Not to say all Jews are Kenites, but there are those who have infiltrated the tribe of Judah and have disguised themselves & claim a heritage which is not theirs.)  Rev 2:9; Rev 3:9  Marking the sons of Cain for documented proof using the KJV Bible proving this infiltration.

Matt 13:24-43 Parable of the Wheat and Tares

 Jer 24 Good and Bad Figs return to Palestine…the generation of the FIG TREE



Jews United against Zionism


A collection of Zionist Hate Playlist:


Some Interesting Videos I found:


Israel calls UN Gaza report ‘anti-Semitic’

(AFP) – 18 hours ago

JERUSALEM — A UN report on Israel’s 22-day offensive against Hamas-controlled Gaza is anti-Semitic, an Israeli government minister said, as the Jewish state prepares to formally respond to its allegations of war crimes. (When did the Jewry become Semites aka ARABS? and HOW can disagreeing with Jewry be considered Anti -Semite? Oh, I get it. If you DON’T agree with Jewry, or if they are held accountable for their wrong doings, then of course, you are an Anti-Semite!)

“The Goldstone Report … and similar reports, are simply a type of anti-Semitism,” Diaspora and Information Minister Yuli Edelstein told the YNet news agency ahead of a trip to New York, where he will present Israel’s rebuttal on Thursday.

YNet’s report suggested the Israeli leadership is planning an all-out attack on the report to coincide with Wednesday’s anniversary of the 1945 liberation of Auschwitz……


Greece in the News again!

Greek government slow to respond to rising anti-Semitism

By Jean Cohen
Published: Friday, January 29, 2010 1:09 AM EST

ATHENS, Greece (JTA) — Until recently, Greece had gone a long time without violent anti-Semitism.

The few manifestations of anti-Semitism here appeared mostly in the form of graffiti, racist screeds in marginal, neo-fascist publications, or the occasional verbal epithet leveled against a Greek Jew.

But then came the Gaza war a year ago, inflaming passions against Jews and setting off a series of anti-Semitic incidents.