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Blue Moon
Blue Moon(@blue-moon)
6 years ago

A few points about the Jewish/Gentile synthetic dialectic: Monotheism was originally an attempt to streamline international trade- Too many local gods gummed up the works- Temples were also banks and currency and exchange had grave theological implications- Remember, this was the ancient world where causality had nothing to do with our modern views- The first attempt at monotheism was staged in downtown Egypt and was a disaster- It ended the dynasty of Akhenaten and his son, Tut, and brought the Middle Kingdom to a close- The PTB then rebooted the project in a backwater in southern Canaan, known to us… Read more »

Black Dog
Black Dog(@black-dog)
6 years ago
Reply to  Blue Moon

Thanks for the info (Blue Moon) “Judea/The Jews have never really been independent- They were a creation of ancient elites to set a permanent divide between Jew and Gentile (anyone not Jewish)- This false dichotomy has allowed those behind the curtain to use the Jewish people as a weapon …” “…Forced migration and population displacement is standard operating procedure even today as we see immigration changing whole cultures- This is a broad generalization but immigrants likely support the government in power in their new land…” Sounds about right … ‘divide and conqueror’. People need to dig deep into their so… Read more »

Khammad
Khammad(@khammad)
6 years ago

Wanda, Babies were dying in Iraq way before 9/11. Sanctions formally began in 1990 imposed by the U.S. for some political reason. I have several friends who are from Iraq, different areas, and their accounts of life during the Sanctions are about the same. The Sanctions only blocked a couple of ports. Inland routes were still functioning for bringing in goods to Iraq. The problem wasn’t only the lack of supplies/necessities, it was also that the price of existing supplies tripled/quadrupled. Only the rich could afford healthy food, most medicines and other supplies The poor suffered greatly during the blockade,… Read more »

Wanda
Wanda(@wanda)
6 years ago
Reply to  Khammad

You have been attacking some very credible, intelligent individuals whom, in my opinion, have a high degree of integrity and credibility and you have been given a pass on having to back up your claims with anything remotely credible. Perhaps it is time to put you under the microscope. You can dish it out… can you take it? FYI: This is what a proper debunking looks like: fakeologist.com/2015/10/09/sta…

Babette
Babette(@babette)
6 years ago
Reply to  Wanda

Taking a nice, fat slice of Hasbara Ham or Jambon Sayanim. Bon Appétit!

Simonshack
Simonshack(@simonshack)
6 years ago
Reply to  Babette

Looks like you posted that very same line (1 minute earlier) over on another topic, Ab: fakeologist.com/2015/10/13/sun… Please tell us what you think is wrong with that – if anything, of course. ********** To Wanda: Wanda, so you are now actually boasting around this site about your supposed “debunking” of my USHUAIA-ALERT point? I can only hope you realize what fool you made of yourself with that one. And yes, I’m also hoping to see your due retraction of your silly accusations (of “strawmanship”) against yours truly. And no, I don’t think this request of mine is asking too much… Read more »

Fsrdone
Fsrdone(@fsrdone)
6 years ago
Reply to  Khammad

the gulf war 1 didnt just cause shortages in Iraq, but actually the entire gulf including Saudi arabia and UAE, i dont know how things are now, but everything had to be imported into UAE, all fruits and vegetables, dairy meat, clothes, everything has to come fro outside, cause its hard to grow anything in the desert. The gulf war 1 was very disruptive, i remember shortages in UAE in 1990

Black Dog
Black Dog(@black-dog)
6 years ago

thank you wanda–my thoughts the same. The thing is, all the fake talk but NEVER what the frikin end game might be–or IS. And hardly ever WHO. I just wrote a whole post on this in the [very dead] forums. fakeologist.com/forums/topic/n… BTW People confuse race with organizations. I don’t believe a race is inherently bad but current religions and many organizations are suspect. One or the other, all the same? Maybe like the secret cabal in Dethklok, where a member from each has a seat there. Hard to believe it could just be just one group with all the power.… Read more »

Wanda
Wanda(@wanda)
6 years ago

Ohalahan’s podcast was from 2013… and it isn’t hate if it is true… and it is true.

What do you mean no one died on 9-11? What do you call the deaths of over 500,000 children in Iraq? These are an innocent people that did nothing to us… i find your attitude rather more insidious and hateful.

Khammad
Khammad(@khammad)
6 years ago
Reply to  Wanda

Wanda,

“Ohalahan’s podcast was from 2013”

People can change their opinions significantly in just a couple of years. Let’s hope Ohalahan has.