posted on Dec, 6 2013 @ 04:35 AM
I think that when on considers the amount of law makers that have moved to put in legislation on non-Jewish people that one may not criticise even the
most barbaric actions of Israel something is very wrong because freedom of thought and speech are a part of why world wars have been fought. They
were not fought by the many who died and experienced them one way or the other, so that a sly war could be waged to protect just one tiny group of
people against the rest of the world.
However, it is important that we dont place all Jews within the Rothschild clan and their stranglehold on the financial misery of the world through
their banking systems - which we note not one banker in major countries like the UKM has been prosecuted - strange that because we prosecute rogue
traders who damage banks, but not the organ grinder bankers who decide banking policy.
I do think people suffer from a myth about fearing Israeli fighting forces, the last war showed them up to have been very close to struggling with
soldiers on the ground. I especially remember two, one tubby and clearly not fit trying to keep up with the other after a particul clash. What we
usually see are soldiers armed so well by the USA and UK etc against home-made arms that they should be able to overpower easily. The myths are put
about by Israeli media which we know also stretches into every country around the world. People should also remeber that other countries do have
brilliant scientists. With only a small population of Jews all round the world as well as in Israel these myths of brilliance does not mean that only
the Jews are brilliant, they are actually a very small number of people and scientific knowledge is spreading at a fantastic pace all round the world
with people from many different races and beliefs.
One should remember that when a nation decides to announce to the world they are special and chosen, they start to built a myth and it gets bigger and
bigger until it starts to ruin their lives and swamps them completely. One should perhaps ask the question, if all are so brilliant and with such
financial and aid advantages, why are so many young people leaving Israel each year?
I also wonder how many Jews would agree that life without all the myths spouted about them would be a great improvement. Many are not courting the
image so often portrayed by these myths and would prefer a peaceful existence.