Wednesday, December 11, 2013


Get right down to it and perhaps the question is, what ISN'T an odious form of debt/money in America.  Maybe the debt/money spent on having shrimp running on treadmills... that I might agree needs to be paid back to the Chinese or whoever. 

But you want to try to pay all the "national debt" back through the Talmudic/Masonic bankstering system by which it was created, based on cutting medicare for the elderly or whatever?  Real.  Dumb.  If anything, Israel should have to begin sending foreign aide to Americans and Talmudic/Masonic bankers on 33rd Liberty Street in NYC should have to "bail out" the American sheeple instead of continually shearing them.

Now that the war with Syria/Iran has gone cold, the opportunities to create more odious debts for the sake of tribal interests may be more limited.  Perspectives on what to do about that probably vary, given what tribe members have said in the past:
Andrew Adler, the owner and publisher of the Atlanta Jewish Times, a weekly newspaper serving Atlanta's Jewish community, devoted his January 13, 2012 column to the thorny problem of the U.S. and Israel's diverging views on the threat posed by Iran. Basically Israel has three options, he wrote: Strike Hezbollah and Hamas, strike Iran, or "order a hit" on Barack Obama. Either way, problem solved!   ....
A nervous Adler told me over the phone that he wasn't advocating Obama's assassination by Mossad agents. "Of course not," he said.

But do you think Israel should consider it an option? "No."

But do you believe that Israel is in fact considering the option in its most inner circles? "No. Actually, no. I was hoping to make clear that it's unspeakable—god forbid this would ever happen. I take it you're quoting me?"

Yes. "Oh, boy."

When I asked Adler why, if he didn't advocate assassination and didn't believe Israel was actually considering it, he wrote a column saying he believed that the option was "on the table," he asked for a minute to compose himself and call me back. Link
  All people have to do is push back a little bit on the siege mentality and the racism and ideologies of supremacy that Judaics are being inculcated with.  There again, you have to ACTUALLY DO THAT and stop letting them get away with murder because you're scared of being called names. "Antisemitic."  Etc.

They'll stop proposing that a president be assassinated or arguing that "Well, we did call ahead before we bombed..." just call them up.  They're not really nefarious masterminds, geniuses based on race.  There's a lot of idiots in the mix too.  And many are generally just some people that have been utterly inculcated with tribalism and fear, which naturally creates "conspiracies" or factions "breathing together."  That's probably why it's pretty jarring and an "I'll call you back." breathtaking moment when they have to think about or try to empathize with a perspective outside of their perceived tribe.

Good comment on that article: 
Really working to NOT dispel that whole Jews-secretly-control-the-world trope, are you Adler?
In all seriousness though: I've asked this before but what does the U.S. actually *get* for our alliance with Israel? I mean yes, thanks, I know they're the only actual democracy in the Middle East but what things do they actually provide us with in return for us *endlessly* shielding them? Call me stupid but I thought the meat-and-drink of being "allies" was a sort of healthy give an take. But mostly it seems to actually work out this way:
U.S. Gives Israel: Everything
Israel Gives U.S.: Scorn, Belittlement, Essential Blackmailing of Our Elected Representatives, and, Every 18 Months, the Revelation That They're *Still* Spying On Us

Jewish factions don't secretly control the world, they fairly openly conspire to and usually have an impact on it disproportionate to their numbers due to tribalism though.  It's not a matter of fully articulated conspiratorial genius among all tribe members.  It's just a matter of maintaining tribalism in general (while often working to dissolve all other tribes and factions).

Tribalism isn't even always all bad, it's a matter of looking out for your own or those that you consider family.  But when that mentality becomes similar to the family/mafia, then there's a problem.  "If you can't hate your family, then you can't follow me." Jesus

Or something like that.  Take your pick of what he said, as basically every other thing He said or did refuted or undermined rabbinic attempts to establish tribalism and racism.       

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