Thursday, November 20, 2008


Re: Steven Plaut's outburst

Who Murdered Yitzhak Rabin?
Originally Posted by dolphin
This JEW tells it like it is...

Yes, BARRY CHAMISH lays it on the line and reveals who the true killers of Yitzhak Rabin are and how they shamefully still walk free: Who Murdered Yitzhak Rabin? YouTube

Does Rahm Emanuel know who pulled the trigger?

Audio: Who Pulled the Trigger?

A7 Radio's "The Tamar Yonah Show" with Tamar YonahListen Now!

It's 13 years after that dramatic evening, following a rally in Tel Aviv, when PM Yitzhak Rabin walked to his waiting car and was shot. But by whom? Barry Chamish, investigative reporter and author of the book, WHO MURDERED YITZHAK RABIN? says that Yigal Amir, the man convicted of the assassination, could not have killed Rabin. He goes through the reasons why. If so, then who, why and how was he killed? Hear this program where Chamish walks us through the murder, step by step, and shows us how the official story just doesn't add up. Watch the video of the shooting.

Zionism is an atheistic movement masquerading as the fulfillment of religious prophecy. Zionism is a plan for an end run around God’s. It is Satanism.

Biblical Zionism is definitely a part of the Word and Will of God, prophesied, as Christian Zionists recognize, even if some globalists attempt to pervert its holy purpose, as those running Israel into the ground are doing. The Hellenists, useful idiots in many ways, will fail and the plan of God, His grand design, will be fulfilled.

See: Christian Zionists, Jews, and Israel

God utilized political Zionism for His purposes, just as He utilized America's rebellion against the English throne. On the surface, neither were so special or righteous, but both were instrumental in fulfilling prophecy.

As for the treatment of the former inhabitants of the lands that God decreed for His people, whether Arabs or Indians, I'm sure the Canaanites would offer scathing condemnation but others would see God's purpose being worked out, however imperfectly to limited human vision. God addresses any injustices in His own way and time (2 Sam. 21:1-14), but dismisses those charges that exaggerate or exploit them to deny our basic biblical right to the lands He has chosen for us (Acts 17:26).

See: A Jewish Homeland

Rabbi Dovid Feldman, Rabbi Yisroel Dovid Weiss & Massoud Shadjareh at WCAR

They look like those religious Jews who failed to make the move from their ghettos, who didn't let the fire under their butts get them going, blind to the prophecies about the restoration of the Jewish homeland, deaf to the cries to save themselves, who perished in the flames of the Holocaust.


"How can one explain the inaction of those rabbis who agree that we can enter the Temple Mount? How can one explain those who distort the truth and prohibit the entrance of Jews to the Temple Mount? After 2,000 years of prayers asking that God return us to Zion and speedily rebuild the Temple, what excuse could there be for preferring the Wall of Tears over the House of God?

The best answer can be found in the book, Ame Banim Smecha, written by Rabbi Yisachar Teichtel. Rabbi Teichtel was a Chasid who lived in Hungary and perished in the holocaust. While on the run from the Nazis, he wrote a powerful book quoting his sources from memory. He confronts the question that haunts many Jews: "why were so many religious Jews and Torah scholars killed during the holocaust?" His answer is unequivocal, the religious Jews and the Torah scholars watched the secular Zionists return to Zion; and they did not learn from their actions. Jews who prayed thrice daily for the return to Zion should have immediately realized that if secular Jews are leaving the exile, how much more so should they. By turning their backs on the Land of Israel, Rabbi Teichtel writes, their fate was sealed. God hates hypocrisy and punishes those who invoke his name in vain. And so they stayed in exile to be consumed by the fires of the Holocaust."