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On the Contrary: The effect of Israeli war crimes in Gaza six months later

July 7, 2009

On the Contrary: The effect of Israeli war crimes in Gaza six months later

Michael A. Hoffman writes: “The Zionists claim that Pope Pius XII was “silent” about the Nazi “Holocaust” and this is a major issue in the western media confronting the Catholic Church. But how much of an issue is the silence regarding the Israeli holocaust — a holocaust which continues to this day? Are you silent about –and therefore complicit in– Israeli mass murder of the Palestinian people?”

I would add to this the question: how much worse would the wrath of Judaic institutions and their accomplices in the media against Pope Pius XII and Catholicism be if he had visited Hitler and the top Nazi command following WWII in solidarity and support as Benedict XVI did with the Israelis following their January 2009 massacre against the Palestinians of Gaza HERE, HERE, HERE and HERE?

On the Contrary: The effect of Israeli war crimes in Gaza six months later

July 7, 2009

On the Contrary: The effect of Israeli war crimes in Gaza six months later

Michael A. Hoffman writes: “The Zionists claim that Pope Pius XII was “silent” about the Nazi “Holocaust” and this is a major issue in the western media confronting the Catholic Church. But how much of an issue is the silence regarding the Israeli holocaust — a holocaust which continues to this day? Are you silent about –and therefore complicit in– Israeli mass murder of the Palestinian people?”

I would add to this the question: how much worse would the wrath of Judaic institutions and their accomplices in the media against Pope Pius XII and Catholicism be if he had visited Hitler and the top Nazi command following WWII in solidarity and support as Benedict XVI did with the Israelis following their January 2009 massacre against the Palestinians of Gaza HERE, HERE, HERE and HERE?

Bill Clinton: Chasidei Umot HaOlam Par Excellence

March 23, 2007

President Clinton Thanks AJC on Carter Book

Former President Bill Clinton, in an unsolicited handwritten letter to AJC Executive Director David Harris, voiced appreciation for AJC’s efforts to expose the inaccuracies in President Jimmy Carter’s book on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

The full text of the handwritten letter follows:

“Dear David,

Thanks so much for your articles about President Carter’s book. I don’t know where his information (or conclusions) came from, but Dennis Ross has tried to straighten it out, publicly and in two letters to him. At any rate, I’m grateful.

Sincerely,
Bill Clinton”

http://www.ajc.org/site/c.ijITI2PHKoG/b.851561/apps/nl/content2.asp?content_id={72EAB721-4251-435F-9AEC-E889D50A7759}&notoc=1

Bill Clinton provides us with a perfect example of why those who perceive “the Jews” as the the sole threat are quite mistaken. Clinton’s chutzpah on display here, which he learned as a young Chasidei Umot HaOlam (pious among the Gentiles) in the Demolay Society and later as a Rhodes Scholar, would impress the most seasoned rabbis.

Clinton doesn’t know where Jimmy Carter’s information or conclusions about the Israeli-Palestinian so-called “conflict” comes from? This is Vaudeville-style stage play for the consumption of the dumbed-down goyim.

Jimmy Carter’s information about the Israeli oppression of the Palestinians comes from decades worth of personal involvement in the matter and from witnessing the oppression first hand. Clinton knows this. And Clinton hasn’t the experience from which to judge Carter’s first-hand observations. He’s just playing his role. He’s a Chasidei Umot HaOlam.

“If Iraq came across the Jordan River (towards “Israel”), I would grab a rifle and get in the trench and fight and die,” (Bill Clinton) said to wild applause at a Jewish fund-raiser in Toronto.

Clinton made his bombshell remarks to 350 people who paid $1,000 to break bread with him on Monday night at a dinner for the TorontoHadassah-WIZO children’s charity. (New York Post, August 2, 2002)

Bill Clinton: Chasidei Umot HaOlam Par Excellence

March 23, 2007

President Clinton Thanks AJC on Carter Book

Former President Bill Clinton, in an unsolicited handwritten letter to AJC Executive Director David Harris, voiced appreciation for AJC’s efforts to expose the inaccuracies in President Jimmy Carter’s book on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

The full text of the handwritten letter follows:

“Dear David,

Thanks so much for your articles about President Carter’s book. I don’t know where his information (or conclusions) came from, but Dennis Ross has tried to straighten it out, publicly and in two letters to him. At any rate, I’m grateful.

Sincerely,
Bill Clinton”

http://www.ajc.org/site/c.ijITI2PHKoG/b.851561/apps/nl/content2.asp?content_id={72EAB721-4251-435F-9AEC-E889D50A7759}&notoc=1

Bill Clinton provides us with a perfect example of why those who perceive “the Jews” as the the sole threat are quite mistaken. Clinton’s chutzpah on display here, which he learned as a young Chasidei Umot HaOlam (pious among the Gentiles) in the Demolay Society and later as a Rhodes Scholar, would impress the most seasoned rabbis.

Clinton doesn’t know where Jimmy Carter’s information or conclusions about the Israeli-Palestinian so-called “conflict” comes from? This is Vaudeville-style stage play for the consumption of the dumbed-down goyim.

Jimmy Carter’s information about the Israeli oppression of the Palestinians comes from decades worth of personal involvement in the matter and from witnessing the oppression first hand. Clinton knows this. And Clinton hasn’t the experience from which to judge Carter’s first-hand observations. He’s just playing his role. He’s a Chasidei Umot HaOlam.

“If Iraq came across the Jordan River (towards “Israel”), I would grab a rifle and get in the trench and fight and die,” (Bill Clinton) said to wild applause at a Jewish fund-raiser in Toronto.

Clinton made his bombshell remarks to 350 people who paid $1,000 to break bread with him on Monday night at a dinner for the TorontoHadassah-WIZO children’s charity. (New York Post, August 2, 2002)

100% Pure Judaic Racial Supremacism

March 20, 2007

IDF thug: “I don’t know what we’re doing here (in Palestinian territory). Purification, maybe. It’s dirty here. I don’t know why a good Hebrew boy should be here so far from his home.”

100% Pure Judaic Racial Supremacism

March 20, 2007

IDF thug: “I don’t know what we’re doing here (in Palestinian territory). Purification, maybe. It’s dirty here. I don’t know why a good Hebrew boy should be here so far from his home.”

100% Pure Judaic Racial Supremacism

March 20, 2007

IDF thug: “I don’t know what we’re doing here (in Palestinian territory). Purification, maybe. It’s dirty here. I don’t know why a good Hebrew boy should be here so far from his home.”

Backpeddling Bishops

March 12, 2007

German cardinal sorry for ghetto
remarks

By Eli Ashkenazi

The head of the German Bishops Conference conceded that some statements made by members on a recent visit to Israel and the West Bank were “inappropriate.” Cardinal Karl Lehmann responded a few days ago to a letter sent to him by Avner Shalev, chairman of the Yad Vashem Martyrs and Heroes Remembrance Authority, protesting a statement made a short time after the group visited Yad Vashem earlier this month, and then traveled to Ramallah. “In the morning we saw the Warsaw Ghetto and now it’s the Ramallah Ghetto,” one of the bishops said.

“In light of the painful reality of the separation fence,” Lehman wrote in his letter to Shalev, “some of the members of the delegation said harsh tings, some of which were not appropriate.” In his letter Lehmann reiterated the heavy responsibility the German people bear due to the Holocaust, and that even those who expressed themselves harshly recognized Israel’s right to defend itself. He said the bishop who made the statement had no intention to compare the past and the present and wrote, “It is impossible to compare current problems with the murder of the Jewish people.”

http://www.haaretz.com/hasen/spages/835442.html

Well it’s a relief to see the errors of those uppity German Bishops corrected. They did originally demonstrate a proper understanding of the holy doctrine of “‘Israel’s’ right to exist,” but their comparison of “Jewish” suffering to the suffering of the Palestinians was way beyond the pale! Good Heavens! “Jews” have the Neshama; ie. the “glorious soul” which is a “part of God above.” The Palestinians (and the rest of us non-“Jews,” for that matter) do not have the Neshama. Palestinians only have the Nephesh, or animal soul, which derives from the impure, demonic Kelifa (ie. shells). Therefore, any comparison of Palestinian suffering to that of the “Jews” is an outrageous sacrilege. And perhaps in this context we can understand why Benedict XVI, in his speech at Auschwitz last year stated that the Nazis, “tried to kill God.”

Wouldn’t it be interesting to know exactly how the correction of the German Bishops’ rhetoric came about so quickly. We can safely assume that it was deafening screeching from the ADL, WJC, AJC, EJC, Simon Weisenthal Center, Yad Vashem, and various other Judaic power organizations which initiated the change. But who in Rome made the decision, and how was it handed down? Was it rabbi Walter Cardinal Kasper, president of the Pontifical Commission for Religious Relations with the Jews who handled the matter? And what will the Bishops’ penance be? A pilgrimage to the Holy Site of Auschwitz on their hands and knees? I’ll be watching closely. Time will tell.

Backpeddling Bishops

March 12, 2007

German cardinal sorry for ghetto
remarks

By Eli Ashkenazi

The head of the German Bishops Conference conceded that some statements made by members on a recent visit to Israel and the West Bank were “inappropriate.” Cardinal Karl Lehmann responded a few days ago to a letter sent to him by Avner Shalev, chairman of the Yad Vashem Martyrs and Heroes Remembrance Authority, protesting a statement made a short time after the group visited Yad Vashem earlier this month, and then traveled to Ramallah. “In the morning we saw the Warsaw Ghetto and now it’s the Ramallah Ghetto,” one of the bishops said.

“In light of the painful reality of the separation fence,” Lehman wrote in his letter to Shalev, “some of the members of the delegation said harsh tings, some of which were not appropriate.” In his letter Lehmann reiterated the heavy responsibility the German people bear due to the Holocaust, and that even those who expressed themselves harshly recognized Israel’s right to defend itself. He said the bishop who made the statement had no intention to compare the past and the present and wrote, “It is impossible to compare current problems with the murder of the Jewish people.”

http://www.haaretz.com/hasen/spages/835442.html

Well it’s a relief to see the errors of those uppity German Bishops corrected. They did originally demonstrate a proper understanding of the holy doctrine of “‘Israel’s’ right to exist,” but their comparison of “Jewish” suffering to the suffering of the Palestinians was way beyond the pale! Good Heavens! “Jews” have the Neshama; ie. the “glorious soul” which is a “part of God above.” The Palestinians (and the rest of us non-“Jews,” for that matter) do not have the Neshama. Palestinians only have the Nephesh, or animal soul, which derives from the impure, demonic Kelifa (ie. shells). Therefore, any comparison of Palestinian suffering to that of the “Jews” is an outrageous sacrilege. And perhaps in this context we can understand why Benedict XVI, in his speech at Auschwitz last year stated that the Nazis, “tried to kill God.”

Wouldn’t it be interesting to know exactly how the correction of the German Bishops’ rhetoric came about so quickly. We can safely assume that it was deafening screeching from the ADL, WJC, AJC, EJC, Simon Weisenthal Center, Yad Vashem, and various other Judaic power organizations which initiated the change. But who in Rome made the decision, and how was it handed down? Was it rabbi Walter Cardinal Kasper, president of the Pontifical Commission for Religious Relations with the Jews who handled the matter? And what will the Bishops’ penance be? A pilgrimage to the Holy Site of Auschwitz on their hands and knees? I’ll be watching closely. Time will tell.

Bishops Operate Zionist Safety Valve

March 7, 2007

EDITOR’S NOTE: Already “truth seekers” have seized upon this article as evidence that Rome represents some kind of opposition to Zionism. This is laughable. The German Bishops are only briefly opening the safety valve and releasing some of the pressure which has built up in Europe due to ever increasing awareness of, and anger with Zionist warmongering and brutality.

What criticism do the Bishops level here that wasn’t true decades before the Vatican acknowledged and opened relations with “Israel”? Compare this with the position of Pope St. Pius X who refused to acknowledge the Zionist movement before “Israel’s” atrocities even began. Pope St. Pius X’s rejection of Zionism was theological. He said that he could not state otherwise than to reject Zionism. This needs to be understood.

Note that in the midst of all the “harsh criticism” by the German Bishops one of the fundamental tenets of Zionist propaganda is upheld: “‘Israel’s’ right to exist.” But Pope St. Pius X stated that Catholics could never sanction the Zionist movement. Which is the true Catholic position?

These German Bishops are no opposition to Zionism and their criticisms won’t make a bit of difference. Catholics need to begin to understand that the notion that the anti-Biblical, warmongering, racial supremacist little state that calls itself “Israel” “has a right to exist” on someone else’s land is absolutely contrary to Catholicism.

Bishops equate Israel’s actions to Holocaust

Hours after historic visit to Jerusalem holocaust museum, group of German bishops tour Palestinian Authority, say Israel behaving like Nazis

Eldad Beck Published: 03.06.07, 10:24 / Israel News

BERLIN – “This morning we saw pictures of the Warsaw ghetto at Yad Vashem and this evening we are going to the Ramallah ghetto.” Several hours earlier on Sunday you probably would not have heard German Bishop Gregor Maria Franz Hanke choose such a divisive analogy.

But then on Sunday morning he was still in Israel and the rhetoric was considerably different than the one elected by the German Bishops’ Conference once they crossed over in to the Palestinian Authority on Sunday evening.
The visit of 27 members of the German Bishops’ Conference to Israel included a historic first-time visit to the Yad Vashem Holocaust memorial museum in Jerusalem as well as guided tours of sites holy to Christianity and meetings with Christian congregations in Israel and in the Palestinian Authority.

During their time in Israel the bishops uniformly made moderate and balanced statements, but once in the PA they provided German reporters accompanying them with a plethora of harsh proclamations against Israel. Their criticism received widespread coverage in the German media on Monday.

While crossing one of the checkpoints into East Jerusalem the Archbishop of Cologne, Cardinal Joachim Meisner, told reporters: “This is something that is done to animals, not people.” Meisner, a resident of eastern Germany, said that the fence reminded him of the Berlin Wall and that in his lifetime he did not believe he would see such a thing again. As the Berlin Wall was brought down so will this wall be brought down, he said, adding that the fence served no purpose.

The delegation’s visit to Ramallah took place several hours after their visit to Yad Vashem and several of the bishops chose to equate the situation in the Palestinian Authority with the Holocaust.

“Cages in the image of ghettos,” said the Bishop of Augsburg of the territories. Augsburg was once under the spiritual leadership of Pope Benedict XVI, who was Archbishop of the Munich-Freising Archdiocese and his brother Monsignor Georg Ratzinger still resides there.

“Israel has, of course, the right to exist, but this right cannot be realized in such a brutal manner,” said Bishop Hanke, who later stated that he intends to amend this year’s Easter message to German churches so as to include the delegation’s political impressions from their visit to the territories and a demand to change the situation.

http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-3373013,00.html