posted on Oct, 6 2014 @ 03:04 PM
originally posted by: trader21
a reply to: AngryCymraeg
The Holodomor involved the great persecution of mainly millions of Christians by the communist atheists, and the associated 1980 Mt St Helen's event
may also similarly relate to the great Christian persecution at the time of the Vesuvius 79 AD event. Regarding an argument to support that the siege
of Jerusalem in 70 AD was linked to the eruption of Vesuvius in 79AD, notice that the letter J is very similar to the letter V, and thus notice that
the word Vesuvius becomes Jesuvius which is very close to the word Jesus. The great Christian Persecution by the Romans began in 64 AD, and it lasted
for over 250 years. The World Jewish leadership at that time in history of 64 AD hated the Christians, and wanted to get rid of all of the Christians.
Roman Emperor Nero falsely accused the Christians for being guilty for the burning of Rome in 64 AD, which was the cause for the beginning of and the
continuation of the great Christian persecution by Rome. The Jewish Talmud makes a statement that Nero was a Jewish proselyte. Therefore the 70 AD
siege of Jerusalem may possibly have actually been a justice directly from God for the great Christian Persecution by the Romans which began in 64 AD.
The 79 AD Vesuvius event may relate to the continuing great Christian persecution by Rome in 79 AD, similarly as the 1980 Mt. St. Helen's event may
have related to the continuing Holodomor in 1980. Note that the real essence of the Holodomor was actually continuing in 1980, because it was illegal
in all of the USSR then to discuss or to bring up the subject of the Holodomor. The Holodomor was continuing in 1980 because the USSR was continuing
to try to erase it's memory from history. It is interesting that the Romans and the USSR had both eventually converted to being mostly Christian
REF: Do a web search of "where is it written in the Talmud that Nero was a proselyte".
I'm sorry, but the above makes absolutely no sense whatsoever. Nero was not a Jewish proselyte, although his wife Poppaea Sabina might have been,
hence the confusion. And 'World Jewish Leadership'????? In AD64???? Yes, there was a substantial Jewish presence in Alexandria and also in parts of
Syria, as well as of course Palestine. As for Christianity at that time it was seen as a Jewish sect, just as Islam was originally seen as a Christian
And as for the rest of your theory.... no. All you have is coincidence and a concoction of fluffy theories based on coincidence, speculation and hot
air. Sorry, I ain't buying it.
And by the way, I chose those two totally unrelated events BECAUSE THEY'RE TOTALLY UNRELATED!!!!
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