The E. Michael Jones thread

SlickyBoy

Hummingbird
I just saw this; surprised it did not happen sooner. You know what they say though - when you are getting flack, that means you are over the target!

EMJ is definitely making waves - even Roosh didn't have all of his books banned at once.

Whenever possible, I always support authors by buying their books directly, since Amazon takes 30% of every sale. Amazon may like a great way to get the word out, but it turns into entrepreneurial serfdom in the long run.
 

jakester318

Sparrow
I've read some posts here on E. Michael Jones and recently listened to the podcast Roosh did with him. As a Christian and as someone who recognizes that I have been grafted into family of the God of Israel, I am indebted to the Jewish Messiah and to the Jewish fathers of the faith who follow in the likeness of Abraham's faith.

That being said, when I listened to the podcast, I was struck by a potential implication of what E. Michael Jones believes. Namely, given that he is calling out Jews for many of the societal ills that are plaguing the West, what would his response be to the Jewish people as a whole, given that he feels they are responsible for those problems? It seems that if the Jews are being blamed for homosexuality, pornography, abortion, race relations, etc., then the implication would be that they need to be stopped. That seems like the most likely implication of what E. Michael Jones is saying. But I feel that this rhetoric is eerily reminiscent of how the Germans began to blame the Jews for the economic issues they faced during the time leading up to the second World War. And why should we care that there are some similarities?

If you are a Christian (Catholic, Protestant, or Orthodox), you ought to know the history of both the Jewish people and the Church. As Jones rightly pointed out in the podcast with Roosh, the Jews killed the Messiah. And they also gladly advocated that his blood be upon them and their children. There is no disputing that fact. And the implications of that are that the Jews have been judged by God since that fateful day when they crucified the Messiah. They were driven out of the land of Israel and were scattered among the nations for nearly two millennia. The Holocaust was probably the most extreme and visible manifestation of God's judgment of the nation.

However, not all who are of Israel have forsaken the Lord. Obviously, the Messiah himself is a Jew. The apostle Paul was a Jew. Peter, the pillar of the Catholic church was a Jew. The early Christians were Jewish and spread the Gospel to the nations, that if it were not done, all of us who make a claim to be a disciple of Messiah Jesus would not know the name of the Lord had it not been for those faithful followers of Jesus in the first century. We all owe a debt of gratitude to Jews for giving us the hope of the Gospel that we believers share in until this present day. Moreover, even though Israel rejected Jesus, God has always kept a remnant of his people who believe. And rest assured, there are Jews among us that have kept the faith of father Abraham and walk in the fear of Messiah Jesus. But given that it was the Jews who did forsake the Messiah and have him crucified, how should we then respond to the Jews today who are in rebellion against Messiah Jesus? Should we call them out? Should we direct our anger towards them? Are they to blame for all of the evil propaganda and lasciviousness that is rampant in Western society today?

Consider this, o Christian. If God wanted to cause the Jews to be jealous for his love by turning his affection towards the Gentiles, does that mean that God has forsaken the Jews? You see, were it not for God hardening their hearts and turning his affection towards us Gentiles, the reconciliation found in Messiah Jesus would not have come to us. It was through the rebellion of the Jews that we Gentiles have become partakers of the grace of God. But we cannot become proud or turn our eyes to the Jews in judgment because of their rebellion. Listen to the words of Paul:

"For if their rejection is the reconciliation of the world, what will their acceptance be but life from the dead? 16 If the first piece of dough is holy, the lump is also; and if the root is holy, the branches are too. 17 But if some of the branches were broken off, and you, being a wild olive, were grafted in among them and became partaker with them of the rich root of the olive tree, 18 do not be arrogant toward the branches; but if you are arrogant, remember that it is not you who supports the root, but the root supports you. 19 You will say then, “Branches were broken off so that I might be grafted in.” 20 Quite right, they were broken off for their unbelief, but you stand by your faith. Do not be conceited, but fear; 21 for if God did not spare the natural branches, He will not spare you, either. 22 Behold then the kindness and severity of God; to those who fell, severity, but to you, God’s kindness, if you continue in His kindness; otherwise you also will be cut off. 23 And they also, if they do not continue in their unbelief, will be grafted in, for God is able to graft them in again. 24 For if you were cut off from what is by nature a wild olive tree, and were grafted contrary to nature into a cultivated olive tree, how much more will these who are the natural branches be grafted into their own olive tree? 25 For I do not want you, brethren, to be uninformed of this mystery—so that you will not be wise in your own estimation—that a partial hardening has happened to Israel until the fullness of the Gentiles has come in; 26 and so all Israel will be saved"

Secondly, we can blame the Jews for being perverse and spreading perversity. We can find fault with them for many things. But consider this, simply attempting to spread evil and carnal perversion in the world is one side of the coin. The fact that we in the West are willing participants in this perversion makes us just as wretched as the people peddling it. You think you can blame the Jews for spreading pornography but not blame yourself for watching it? You think you can blame the Jews for advocating for abortion and not blame yourself for aborting your child because the laws gave you provision to do so? The Jews may be responsible for these things but what sort of evil people are we for participating in the very evils that we have blamed the Jews for creating?

If you are a Christian, take heed to yourself and walk wisely and circumspectly. If you don't think you are worthy of condemnation, you are deceived. If you participate in the public judgment of the Jews but consider yourself a follower of Messiah Jesus, you don't realize that you are passing judgment on God's people. Judgment of God's people is reserved for God and rather than be on the side of history that tried to remedy the world of the Jews, I urge you not to fall into the hands of the living God. Rather than stand in judgment of the Jewish people and inwardly hope for their retribution, we ought to pray that God would not delay the sending of his Son into the world so that finally, the Jews would become the true people of God and that the Jewish Messiah would begin his reign as King of the Nations.
 

NoMoreTO

Ostrich
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The magazines are good, interesting content and you know the money is going to a good place.

Logos Rising.
 
Thanks for this insightful post, very interesting and thoughtful. I never cared much for the Christian religious approach towards Judaism the way E. Michael Jones does, whose view on jews I think is misguided. I looked at jews more from a racial point of view. I also do have a more favourable than negative attitude towards jews. Even though they are over-represented in the radical left, I think their contributions towards civilisation outweigh their negative impact.
Christianity to me is a Judaic religion whose founder and first followers were Hebrews, and we should not be tempted to resent Christianity's Judaic origins because of the evils that some contemporary jews support. Again, I think the good of the jews largely outweighs the bad. Some of the radical leftist jews are very unpopular among the more sane jews, and they are in some way more politically divided among themselves than many people think.

It is interesting to see a religious refutation of E. Michael Jones' interpretation. The bible quote is great. The roots of Judaism are low and few of them are visible, yet the many branches of Christianity should not resent them. (Thats what I interpret the quote as)
 

Blade Runner

Pelican
Your biggest mistake in this post is not understanding that what we call "jews" now are not Second Temple Judeans (or Galileans) of the ancient world or the gospel, but rather descendants of rabbinical judaism, and even stating that, by and large the nomenclature refers to godless, rebellious, marxists - a majority of which aren't even semitic peoples.

As the German Philosopher said, "The analysis of error begins with the analysis of language."

That's the key to beginning to think correctly, and to understand Marxist and postmodern heresy and deception.

Finally, and perhaps most importantly: For the most part, there is a significant difference between enjoining others to sin, and merely sinning. Typically, the former offenders are not repentant, if you pay attention. What's more, they are the cause. Those with more power over others are, and should always be, held more accountable.

As far as your last sentence is concerned, the [Christian] Church is the Israel of God, which is the true people of God. They already existed historically, and they exist today. The last half of your sentence describes the antichrist, since Jesus Christ is the Messiah. He said,

All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me.
Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all that I have commanded you; and lo, I am with you always, to the close of the age.

His true people are already here, and have been here throughout the generations. With love and repentance and seeking God in spirit and truth, others may be part of His body, if they so choose.
 
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I stopped at OP's third paragraph. No one is blaming the Jews for all of those actions, as these aren't mere allegations. They are responsible as a proven fact. Thus EMJ is simply stating facts, period.

And if the OP's tactic is to guilt trip Christians using statements such as "If you are a Christian" - which is eerily similar to the "My fellow White people" scheme employed by Jews on the internet - then I just have one piece of advice: don't waste your time. And, since time is money, you must surely appreciate that I am trying to save you some shekels.
 

Athanasius

Pelican
I'm a Protestant and disagree with Jones on some key things, but I think most of his views on the Jews are Biblically correct and balanced. Most of what you say is sound and a good reminder to not be puffed up, as the apostle Paul put it... but I don't think you're really getting at Jones' argument.

He's well aware that the Messiah and disciples were Jewish. He's trying to open people's eyes to noticing what is going on. Most people aren't paying attention. The Jews have guilt at killing Christ and this has manifested the last 2,000 years in a certain revolutionary spirit that puts them at the forefront of persecution of the Christian church and societal subversion. They were behind much of the persecution of the early church.

Christian societies have long recognized that the Jews present special problems that require judicious handling. Jones' solution isn't vicious. It's simply to make Christians aware that Jews are the church's enemy and to allow the Jews freedom of worship, free of compulsion, but to limit their ability to subvert society. A lot of Christians think Jews are our friends, but the reality is that there was a poll from 6-7 years ago showing that Jews had a lower view of Christians than even Muslims.

Of course Jews aren't to blame for all the evil today. That's never to my knowledge been Jones' argument. The argument is that if you look at Hollywood, the music industry, pornography, early Soviet communism, gay marriage, drag queen story hour, etc., you will find a far outsized Jewish involvement. You will find them heavily in groups pushing open borders. Moreover, for 2% of the population they have huge influence over the political system. Sailer did analysis last year and found that among the top 50 donors to both parties, 56% of money going to Republicans and 76% of money going to Democrats was provided by Jewish sources. And that explains to some degree why America has been so enmeshed in the middle east at the expense of hundreds of thousands of lives. It's also why the Jews have been relatively unhindered in using heavily-funded Jewish organizations like the ADL and SPLC to push hate crime laws which will be used to persecute the church of Christ. They are the forefront of the entertainment filth. If nothing else, it's good to be aware and discerning in these matters.

Just FYI, there are Christians in this forum of Jewish descent. I have a small amount of Jewish blood myself (<10%, but hey it's still more than Elizabeth Warren is Indian).

This video is a good example of Jones' thought on the matter, which is expanded at (very) great length in the Jewish Revolutionary Spirit.

 

jakester318

Sparrow
They are the forefront of the entertainment filth. If nothing else, it's good to be aware and discerning in these matters.

Athanasius - though I do understand in principle the idea of being aware of the things you have stated, still my question has yet to be answered by my objectors. I can be made aware of the over-represented number of Jews behind the cause of the issues you mentioned, but what are the implications of that? In other words, knowing this information, what am I to do about it? I know the Jews were responsible for killing the Messiah and for terrorizing the early Church of Jewish believers in Jesus. But simply being aware of something does not call me to action, does it?

In America, black people have hijacked the conversation about race. Every white person is racist in their eyes and they have controlled the narrative on racism. They have convinced the world that white Americans are racist and now blacks are looting and protesting. I know this is a fact. I'm AWARE that this is how they behave. But I don't see people openly criticizing black people the same way they do Jews. To me, the rhetoric around the Jews is more of an open-ended question. Like, "yeah, those Jews sure create a lot of problems. What should we do about it?" This is similar to the Jewish Question proposed by the Nazis? What are we to do with them? Send them away? Send them back to Israel?

This is the main question I have and I would love someone to answer this for me.
 

jakester318

Sparrow
Thanks for this insightful post, very interesting and thoughtful. I never cared much for the Christian religious approach towards Judaism the way E. Michael Jones does, whose view on jews I think is misguided. I looked at jews more from a racial point of view. I also do have a more favourable than negative attitude towards jews. Even though they are over-represented in the radical left, I think their contributions towards civilisation outweigh their negative impact.
Christianity to me is a Judaic religion whose founder and first followers were Hebrews, and we should not be tempted to resent Christianity's Judaic origins because of the evils that some contemporary jews support. Again, I think the good of the jews largely outweighs the bad. Some of the radical leftist jews are very unpopular among the more sane jews, and they are in some way more politically divided among themselves than many people think.

It is interesting to see a religious refutation of E. Michael Jones' interpretation. The bible quote is great. The roots of Judaism are low and few of them are visible, yet the many branches of Christianity should not resent them. (Thats what I interpret the quote as)

Galaxy_traveler - I really appreciate your response. You have understood the spirit of what I wrote exactly and I am very happy to read your post. You too have seen through the negative rhetoric of Jones, not to put words in your mouth. Yes, the Jews have done evil in the world but so haven't the Germans, the Russians, the Chinese, the Americans, the Japanese, the Muslims, the Christians, the Hindus, and every other race, religion, etc.
"For all have sinned and fallen short of the glory of God.
There is no one who understands. There is none who seeks after God.
All have turned aside, together they have become useless;
There is none who does good,
There is not even one.”

There are people masquerading as Christians, claiming to know Messiah Jesus and follow him, and yet hate the very people whom God has chosen to be priests and kings in the Kingdom of his Son. I don't know a man's heart but his words speak volumes about what is in it. Paul's warning about becoming conceited stands firm. If we don't continue in God's grace and kindness and become conceited, we will be cut off and thrown into the fire.

At the end of the day, our task isn't to pay attention to the sins of the Jews but to walk soberly and to work out our own faith with fear and trembling, lest we be disqualified. We all have a role to play in helping others to identify sin and see it at work, I'm not disputing that. But I see this rhetoric against the Jews as an underhanded way of displaying hostility towards them, under the guise of "being aware", as if that is the aim of life. I think we all have a greater need of being aware of the evil that is present in our own lives and our own homes first, before we are to judge what is outside. I have my own struggles and problems and that sometimes is enough. But lastly, remember the words of Jesus:

"You have heard that it was said, ‘Love your neighbor and ‘Hate your enemy.’ But I tell you, love your enemies and pray for those who persecute you, that you may be sons of your Father in heaven. He causes His sun to rise on the evil and the good, and sends rain on the righteous and the unrighteous. If you love those who love you, what reward will you get? Do not even tax collectors do the same? And if you greet only your brothers, what are you doing more than others? Do not even Gentiles do the same?"
 

William87

Chicken
Trigger Warning for Christians.

One thing I kinda struggle with when it comes to E Michael Jones and his obsession with Jewish subversion is this....... Christianity is a branch of Judaism. Old Testament Christianity is the Torah, and the New Testament Christianity is the Rebel Rabbi Jesus Christ's re-interpretation.

There's nothing wrong with this, ofcourse, if E MIchael Jones would accept that all Abrahamic religions are ultimately a Jewish dialectic. The question then becomes "good Jews" (Jesus - New Testament) and "bad Jews" (Old Testament and Talmud). There's just no escaping the Jewish stewardship of all Reality at either ends of this dialectic.

Now here's the tricky part - New Testament Christianity still has many examples of weird Jewish ritual - It literally advocates Child Sacrifice (God sending his Son Jesus to die for our sins) and Cannibalism (eating the body and blood of Christ). This is painfully Jewish ritualistic weirdness.

Europe was not originally Christian. It was Pagan, for better or for worse. Europe only became Christian because Roman Emperor Constantine was converted by the desert tribes, which was then proceeded by the Northern Crusades that wiped out all the Pagan tribes.
 

Athanasius

Pelican
But simply being aware of something does not call me to action, does it?

Why not? I mentioned it already: make Christians aware that Jews are quite often the church's enemy. Being discerning and instructing others to be discerning is doing something. There are other things that can be done: restrict such entertainment (e.g. by banning porn). Encourage troublesome ones to go to Israel. Restrict dual citizens from serving in elected office. Restrict usury. Etc.

But I don't see people openly criticizing black people the same way they do Jews.

Really? I see more of it. Jews are the least safe group to criticize openly. Blacks are another protected group, but there's a whole bunch of criticism of blacks on Twitter. The riot threads here are long. Jews of spoken of differently than other ethnicities because they are intelligent and have long tended to rise to the top of societies they are in. As such, they present unique issues with native populations. Zionists like to shut down honest consideration of a problem for Christian societies for 2,000 years by playing the old false dilemma (aka. black-or-white fallacy) game. You're either someone who agrees with or at least won't impede their subversion, or you're a raging anti-Semite, white supremacist who wants to wipe them all out. This is complete nonsense and an example of dishonest propaganda.
 

William87

Chicken
Why not? I mentioned it already: make Christians aware that Jews are quite often the church's enemy. Being discerning and instructing others to be discerning is doing something. There are other things that can be done: restrict such entertainment (e.g. by banning porn). Encourage troublesome ones to go to Israel. Restrict dual citizens from serving in elected office. Restrict usury. Etc.



Really? I see more of it. Jews are the least safe group to criticize openly. Blacks are another protected group, but there's a whole bunch of criticism of blacks on Twitter. The riot threads here are long. Jews of spoken of differently than other ethnicities because they are intelligent and have long tended to rise to the top of societies they are in. As such, they present unique issues with native populations. Zionists like to shut down honest consideration of a problem for Christian societies for 2,000 years by playing the old false dilemma (aka. black-or-white fallacy) game. You're either someone who agrees with or at least won't impede their subversion, or you're a raging anti-Semite, white supremacist who wants to wipe them all out. This is complete nonsense and an example of dishonest propaganda.

Christians versus Jews is a dialectic much like the Right versus Left dialectic. It's all a Jewish Matrix.

.....But is that a bad thing? That's up to you to decide. There's no doubt that Christian (Jewish) values have been helpful to people.The Banking systems and finance has been helpful for people too (unless you get into debt). The fact that all of reality is a Jewish creation needs to be considered objectively, without the "All Jews are Bad" blinkers on. Jews are the Masters of All Reality, and this is just a fact of life that you will never be able to change unless you literally tear down Reality itself (which you won't be able to do).
 
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Athanasius

Pelican
Trigger Warning for Christians.

One thing I kinda struggle with when it comes to E Michael Jones and his obsession with Jewish subversion is this....... Christianity is a branch of Judaism. Old Testament Christianity is the Torah, and the New Testament Christianity is the Rebel Rabbi Jesus Christ's re-interpretation.

There's nothing wrong with this, of course, if E MIchael Jones would accept that all Abrahamic religions are ultimately a Jewish dialectic. The question then becomes "good Jews" (Jesus - New Testament) and "bad Jews" (Old Testament and Talmud). There's just no escaping the Jewish stewardship of all Reality at either ends of this dialectic.

Now here's the tricky part - New Testament Christianity still has many examples of weird Jewish ritual - It literally advocates Child Sacrifice (God sending his Son Jesus to die for our sins) and Cannibalism (eating the body and blood of Christ). This is painfully Jewish ritualistic weirdness.

Europe was not originally Christian. It was Pagan, for better or for worse. Europe only became Christian because Roman Emperor Constantine was converted by the desert tribes, which was then proceeded by the Northern Crusades that wiped out all the Pagan tribes.

This is so off base it's hard to know where to start. Wow.
 

William87

Chicken
This is so off base it's hard to know where to start. Wow.

I'll give you hand. You can start right at the beginning of the psy-op.

Your real identity (if you are European) was stolen from you literally thousands of years ago, in Roman times. Your identity has been completely re-aligned to a tiny strip of desert in the Middle East that is the original home of the Canaanites and their Babylonian/Egyptian magikal mysteries.

...That's cool with me tho. I love the Pyramids. Egyptian/Caananite/Babylonian magik is the pinnacle of human achievement and it endures to this very day, and is more powerful than ever.
 

NoMoreTO

Ostrich
Jews are the Masters of All Reality, and this is just a fact of life that you will never be able to change unless you literally tear down Reality itself (which you won't be able to do).

I suppose this is the "Red Pill", realizing that reality is a lie. I might be actually in agreement that we won't be able to tear down reality in that this world is fallen and will remain so until Christ returns. But what is real? Sure your bank loan is real but is it more real than the sky, the mountains, or someones heart? When we submit ourselves to Christ, when we seek to emulate him and love our enemy, we separate ourselves from the ugly reality of this world.

A goat and a sheep may live in the same material reality, but they function and operate totally differently. Jews and Christians live in the same world together, but like the goat and the sheep, we are totally different. So do we really share reality?
 

William87

Chicken
I suppose this is the "Red Pill", realizing that reality is a lie. I might be actually in agreement that we won't be able to tear down reality in that this world is fallen and will remain so until Christ returns. But what is real? Sure your bank loan is real but is it more real than the sky, the mountains, or someones heart? When we submit ourselves to Christ, when we seek to emulate him and love our enemy, we separate ourselves from the ugly reality of this world.

A goat and a sheep may live in the same material reality, but they function and operate totally differently. Jews and Christians live in the same world together, but like the goat and the sheep, we are totally different. So do we really share reality?

The redpill is that you are waiting for a Jewish Rabbi (Christ) to save you from the Jews. It's hilariously circular and the Jewish Masters of Reality also find it hilarious. Keep in mind that Jesus Christ is the son of God, otherwise known as "Yahweh" in the Old Testament (Torah). There is no non-Jewish version of Christianity to speak of. The King James Bible was written by Sir Francis Bacon, who was a 33rd Degree Freemason (Feemasonry, as E Michael Jones likes to say, is Judaism for Gentiles).

What E Michael Jones neglects to mention is that The Bible is a "limited hangout" for the Goyim, while the higher degrees of enlightenment behind the Bible are found in the Jewish Kabbalah/Zohar and the Talmud.


Redpill is realising that outside of this Jewish-created reality there is nothing but the Nebuchadnezzar hurtling through a black void.
 
I find the above discussion points raised by jakester very productive. This is a threat about E. Michael Jones, and I find discussing his viewpoints does him a better service than mainly echoing his core messages. Many people here think of him positively, which is ok, but some contrarian viewpoints are great.

I watched some of E. Michael Jones' live streams with Roosh, and found some of his points interesting. Also, the natural tendency is that you want to root for an outsider who is ostracised by big media companies, which today is more important than ever before. However, after having listened to EMJ's viewpoints, this is where my sympathies for his views end, as I found his theories and obsession with the jews too simplistic and deeply flawed, as his characterisation of jews as antagonists of Christianity requires a religious interpretation of Christian doctrine that is very selective in my view. His application of religious theories about the rabbinical Hebrew tribes onto modern day jews is even more flawed and very far fetched. I have nothing against anyone who agrees with him, but I find that his theories simplify Christianity in a very selective way.

Apart from the religious counter-argument to EMJ, which jakester did quite well, my biggest problem with him is what I consider a cultivation of victim mentality.
I find his messages to be troublingly similar to some of the contemporary Black victimhood messages. He casts the jews as some sort of facilitators of systematic oppression of Christians, as the eternal enemies, giving his followers a sense of being targeted for their faith, which again is flawed in my opinion. Look at his views about jews and black lives matter views about white people and you will find that they are very similar.

Lastly, his views are based on his religious interpretation of jews, which in itself is fine, but I found that interpretation and the subsequent conclusion of a resentful message remarkably un-Christian. Resentment wears many masks, of which that of righteous outrage is the most devious one. I found that while he bases his arguments on Christianity, he arrives at an un-Christian conclusion of religious resentment.
 
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NoMoreTO

Ostrich
William87 has a pagan mindset.
The redpill is that you are waiting for a Jewish Rabbi (Christ) to save you from the Jews. It's hilariously circular and the Jewish Masters of Reality also find it hilarious. Keep in mind that Jesus Christ is the son of God, otherwise known as "Yahweh" in the Old Testament (Torah). There is no non-Jewish version of Christianity to speak of. The King James Bible was written by Sir Francis Bacon, who was a 33rd Degree Freemason (Feemasonry, as E Michael Jones likes to say, is Judaism for Gentiles).

What E Michael Jones neglects to mention is that The Bible is a "limited hangout" for the Goyim, while the higher degrees of enlightenment behind the Bible are found in the Jewish Kabbalah/Zohar and the Talmud.


Redpill is realising that outside of this Jewish-created reality there is nothing but the Nebuchadnezzar hurtling through a black void.

Christ is Jewish, and man, and he is also God. So the Jewish part really is secondary to him being a man.

I don't read the King James Bible, it's a protestant bible and I'm Catholic. I read the Latin Vulgate which was translated by St. Jerome in the 5th century and to english in the form of Douay Rheims in 1582. Attached video argues about Sir. Francis, Bacon, Shakespeare, and the KJV...none of which matter to me.

I appreciate your info, I have a family member who thinks along your lines. The bible was released as a massive psy op for the goyim, and the Jews did this to control the goyim. Pretty intelligent for a small marginal colony of the Roman empire, whose temple was totally destroyed, and lost their land less than 100 years later to get it back in 1947. That's a long term plan I'd say.

You'll have to tell us your beliefs and this Nebuchadnezzar.
 

Athanasius

Pelican
The redpill is that you are waiting for a Jewish Rabbi (Christ) to save you from the Jews. It's hilariously circular and the Jewish Masters of Reality also find it hilarious. Keep in mind that Jesus Christ is the son of God, otherwise known as "Yahweh" in the Old Testament (Torah). There is no non-Jewish version of Christianity to speak of. The King James Bible was written by Sir Francis Bacon, who was a 33rd Degree Freemason (Feemasonry, as E Michael Jones likes to say, is Judaism for Gentiles).

What E Michael Jones neglects to mention is that The Bible is a "limited hangout" for the Goyim, while the higher degrees of enlightenment behind the Bible are found in the Jewish Kabbalah/Zohar and the Talmud.


Redpill is realising that outside of this Jewish-created reality there is nothing but the Nebuchadnezzar hurtling through a black void.

Pure historical illiteracy re: Bacon writing the KJV. Did he write the Tyndale which so influenced the KJV? And the Geneva Bible too? Were the Greek and Hebrew texts used by the KJV scholars and the Vulgate written by freemasons too? Come on man.

Then all the Biblical exegesis about Jesus being an example of child sacrifice (which the Israelites were forbidden to practice) and your confounding of what the NT means by Jews as unbelievers in Christ's saving message, the idea that Jesus came to save us from the Jews... This reminds me of the old Art Bell show. Or maybe it's the white version of the Black Hebrew Israelites.
 
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