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Internet letter to UKIP leader Nigel Farage
Tuesday, 29th October 2013
Dear Mr Farage,
Please let me introduce myself. My name is Richard Schoot, I am a Dutchman, born in 1958 and I am living in a town near Den Haag (The Hague). I feel strongly impressed by and attracted to the teachings of Yeshua, the Jew we have come to know as Jesus Christ. Through this letter, I hope to draw your attention to a political matter of the utmost importance.
In the past month of May, we celebrated the 68th anniversary of an important military victory for the sake of mankind’s happiness, the Allied victory over Hitler’s dictatorship and all its barbarities. Over sixty million people lost their lives in World War Two, among them the Jews who were murdered in the Holocaust, a warning in six-millionfold, to be heeded forever, against blind and hateful anti-Semitism.
With regard to Jewry however, there are a number of disturbing facts there is no getting away from. These facts astonished me when I found out about them. To name some:
1) The existence of a number of passages in the Torah, written by Moses, and in the other holy texts of Judaism, aimed to breed a supremacist, even genocidal mentality in the Jewish mind. I prefer the word ‘Torahism’ over ‘Judaism’ to underline I am against a certain idea, not against a people.
2) The frightening and brainwashing of consecutive generations of Jews by means of repeated teachings of these texts, as from the age of five, thus when their minds are totally defenceless against indoctrination. They get it hammered into them that their own god will not hesitate to inflict terrible losses on the Jewish people if they don’t live by the Torah, and they get it hammered into them that, if they do live by the Torah, the Jews will acquire huge material wealth, living space and decisive political power at the expense of the prosperity, values, happiness, freedom and even existence (!) of the non-Jewish peoples. Seldom is the Christian commandment to love your enemies more significant than on the moment one fully realizes what Torahism stands for, and the non-Jews should always bear in mind that growing up as a Torahist is not a deliberate choice made by the Jews involved - on the contrary.
3) To the present day, Torahism is the faith annex ideology of an unknown percentage of the world’s 15 million Jews.
4) The silence of the old media about these facts, for instance the silence of the BBC in the United Kingdom and the silence of the NOS in my country, a compelling indication, if not proof, that these influential broadcasters, paid for by the taxpayers, are being controlled by Torahism. The Torahists and their non-Jewish helpers are the only interest group thinkable that can benefit from keeping the European peoples uninformed about Moses’s views and the Torahist ways. The silence of these and other broadcasters is all the more alarming, when you realize that the old media are ‘perfect’ instruments to create the very confusion among the non-Jews that the Torah is preaching, and that television and the other media can also be misused for psychological warfare to commit the very ‘slow motion genocide’ the Torah is also preaching.
I wrote a text about these and other issues, titled ‘Britain faces the threat of Anglocide’, www.ibcpp.org.uk, and I e-mailed this text to academic Britain.
I would like to ask you some questions.
a) The first question stems from the broadcast of October the 14th of the Nieuwsuur programme in my country. Reporter Saskia Dekkers had an interview with Marine Le Pen, the leader of French political party Front National. The topic was the rapprochement between the FN and other European parties, like the PVV of Mr Wilders. At one point, the Nieuwsuur programme brought up UKIP and showed an interview with you.
Saskia Dekkers: 'The Wilders-Le Pen alliance doesn't seem to get all European anti-EU parties on board. The popular Briton Nigel Farage, of the UK Independence Party, informed Nieuwsuur he doesn't want to work together.'
You: 'I think the Front National... that Marine Le Pen is trying very hard to change that party, but anti-Semitism is deep within its core.'
You: 'It has been ever since it was founded.'
Interviewer: 'And that's the reason you don't want to co-operate with that party?'
Now, imagine a man who feels committed to the wellbeing of his nation, and imagine that this man finds out about Torahism, and that he thinks:
'I have always loathed Nazism for all its atrocities, I've always felt compassion for the Jews who perished in the Holocaust, and I am totally with everyone who says: never again Hitler, never again Nazism. Yet I realize now that Jewry, or a part of it, might be damaging my country's interests, sneakily and severely, and I don't want that to happen or to continue either, although it's obvious that taking the necessary steps will require some very careful treading.'
Would you call this line of thought anti-Semitic?
b) Your party hopes to make the UK independent. How is UKIP planning to maintain or to acquire Britain's independence from Torahism?
c) What is UKIP already doing against Torahism to prevent it from harming the interests of the British people (any further)? I am curious to learn the answer, because I think your party’s reply can also be important for the politics in my and other countries.
If you send me a reaction, I will publish it.
P.S.: I'll send you this letter by mail. I published it on my website on October the 29th, 2013.
I haven't received a reaction from Mr Farage. (24th December 2013)
Britain, The Netherlands, Europe are in very big trouble, in my view. Our countries
urgently need new political parties, Christian Patriotic parties, and it is very important to know what Torahism is. Please read
my main text at www.ibcpp.org.uk
If you come to agree with my views, please always remember that
the only way out is a peaceful and patient way. Not a single foreigner or Jew
can be held responsible for the country's present situation. Avoid
confrontations that can easily turn overheated. Don't react to provocations. Please
don't view the avoiding as cowardice. It isn't. Be strong, be calm and calm down others
if their anger may cause them to do foolish things.
Long live the Jews, down with Torahism.
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