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The old media are full of this one too: "In America,
it are the evangelical Christians, the religious right-wingers, who
are the big pushing force behind President Bush and his disastrous wars."
Are they indeed? I don't think so.
Broadcasters and print editors are constantly expressing this view, that in my
humble opinion has two misguiding effects on the general public's thinking. In the first
place, associating President Bush with Christianity is down-imaging the faith,
given the widespread unpopularity of that president all over the world. (This
down-imaging is also achieved by the old media's overexposure of US Christians
erroneously maintaining that the dinosaur fossiles, the Grand Canyon and so on
aren't older than the biblical 6,000 years.) In the second place, associating Mr
Bush with Christianity is distracting the general public from realizing there
is another religion in the USA that arguably has much greater an influence on the
presidential statements and decisions.
Some examples. In his six years of office,
Mr Bush has never spoken out against the content of the Hollywood films and series,
growing more obscene and more violent every decade. Is his silence helping the
Christian cause of respectfully developing young people's inner emotional life
and character? Or is it helping the Torahist cause of numbing and ravaging
people's inner life, so people will turn aggressive to one another more quickly, so
people will grow more egoistic sexually? (Exodus 23:24*: 'You shall not bow down to
their gods, nor serve them, nor do according to their works; but you shall utterly
overthrow them and completely break down their sacred pillars')
White Americans who
do their best at college and work hard to earn themselves and their children a
pleasant life in a nice neighbourhood, won't find a politician, neither Republican
nor Democrat, who will defend their interests, when they notice that their
neighbourhood is going down the drain due to 'multiculturalism'. They are being told
they are 'intolerant', 'prejudiced' or
'racist'. That's the 'reward' the politicians and media give them for doing their
best in society.
From the 1960s onward, it became like that in Europe
too, but the feelings of the so-called ordinary Europeans about that don't seem to interest
the US government very much. Daniel
Fried is the US assistant secretary of state for European
affairs. In April 2006, he blamed the European governments that the failing
'integration' of the Muslims is posing a threat to the United States. Mr Fried told
a US senate committee that "high unemployment among Muslims in European countries
combined with widespread discrimination and integration problems have created fertile
ground for Muslim extremism" (source: Spiegel Online).
So, no words of sympathy from Mr
Fried for the many European employers who gave young North Africans a chance, only
to be disappointed by their cheeky and lazy behaviour time and again.
No words of
sympathy from Mr Fried for the countless Europeans, who in all their powerlessness
saw their neighbourhoods change into dirty crime-ridden places.
No words of sympathy
from Mr Fried for the overwhelming majority of Europeans, who have been voting for
the failing 'politically correct' parties of Europe all their lifes.
Not even some words of
sympathy from Mr Fried for the many idealistic Europeans who help their immigrant
neighbours learn the language and fill in official forms, and who wear 'stop racism' buttons.
No words of sympathy from Mr Fried for the European taxpayers
who see the money they worked hard for wasted on ineffective 'job projects'
and 'cultural projects' for the foreigners, year after year.
No words of sympathy from this US official
for those Europeans who can remember a happier life in their countries, before
the 'multicultural society' and all its misunderstandings and troubles originated.
Mr Fried only finds words that enhance the poisonous idea, already existing in so many
non-white heads, that it is all the Europeans' fault.
Is such gross injustice, burdening
millions of people's lifes, in line with the Christian world view? Or is it in line with
the Torahist world view? (Ezra 9:12: 'Never seek their peace or prosperity')
Bush is now suddenly telling the Palestinians that getting their West Bank back is an
'unrealistic' desire, given the fact that the number of illegal Jewish settlers in that
region has risen from 1,500 in 1972 to 290,000 now. Are his discouraging remarks paying
off a Christian strategy of giving the Palestinians their fair share? Or are they paying
off a Torahist strategy of creating 'facts on the ground', i.e. slowly expelling
non-Jews? (Exodus 23:30: 'Little by little I will drive them out from before you, until
you have increased, and you inherit the land')
President Bush wants Iran to end its
nuclear activities, and one can indeed make a case for that position, President
Ahmadinejad's outrageous remark "the state of Israel must be wiped off the earth" adds
to feelings of insecurity in an unstable part of the world. However, the US President
keeps quiet about Israel's nuclear weapons (the
possession of which was confirmed by prime minister Olmert in December 2006). Mind you,
weapons, not just facilities, like Iran has (so far). So Mr Bush is inconsistent, and this
inconsistency is helping nuclear-armed Israel sneakily become the dominant power of the
Middle East, under the weepy media cover of 'the Arabs are hurting Israel and Israel is
hurting the Arabs'. Are Mr Bush's selective concerns helpful for the Christian goal
of the nations living peacefully side by side? Or are his selective concerns
helpful for the Torahist goal of intimidation and supremacy, if need be by hinting at
These things and a
host of other circumstantial evidence show it is as good as certain that Torahist Jewry
has the final say in America. Yet when the old media do go into the Jewish influence
on American politics, they nearly always use the expression "the powerful Jewish lobby".
That's a phrase, most probably chosen for the misleading effect it yields. On the one
hand, the phrase explains for America's support of Israel in all sorts of ways. 'So this
is the success of a lobby group', many TV viewers and print readers will think. But
on the other hand, the same phrase stops one from thinking a step further. The Jews in
America are just lobbyists, that's all. They're nothing more than that. Lobbyists move
around those in power closely, yes, but they don't have decisive power
themselves, now do they? (Exodus 23:27: 'I will cause confusion among all the people to
whom you come' and Deuteronomy 15:6: 'You shall lend to many nations, but you shall not
borrow; you shall reign over many nations, but they shall not reign over you').
Bush blocked stem cell research, that's true. And if he didn't cynically do that to give
American Christians a candy in return for their votes, if he truely did it out of
conviction, he should be praised for it, but that's the only Christian statesmanlike
thing about him that comes to my mind now. On the whole, the Washington policies appear to
be largely Torahist-inspired instead of Christian-inspired. The trouble is that millions
of Christian Americans don't see that, due to the distortion by the old media. Control
of the old media even makes it possible to disguise Torahist political goals as
changes that Christians like to see happen in the world.
I'd like to conclude with
the highly pro-American remark that I am hoping for an American Renaissance, an America
that becomes aware of the unreported East Coast Empire within its borders and all its
might, an America that will once refind itself, guided not only by the Words of Christ, but
also by the spirit of its Founding Fathers, who would have strongly opposed the ambition of any
minority group to gain lasting rule over the whole of the American people.
Richard Schoot, 9th May 2007
* The quotations in brackets belong to the, what I call, Painful Passages. They are
3,500-year-old Hebrew texts, by which Jewish children are being frightened and brainwashed to
the present day. It is a tabooized fact of life that is originating a
supremacist, even genocidal mentality within a part of Jewry.
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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