Wednesday, December 06, 2006

Jewish-Bolshevik "Hate Laws" Are Hateful and Illegal

Christopher Jon Bjerknes

http://www.jewishracism.com

The Constitution of the United States of America, at Article 6, and Amendments 1, 5, 6, 8 and 14, is the Supreme Law of the Land, and the Constitution secures our fundamental human rights to free speech, due process of law, redress of grievances (including grievances against traitors, and how can one raise grievances and accuse traitors and expose their crimes, when the traitors have made it "illegal" to do so?), fundamental fairness, and equality under the law. Those pushing for "Hate Laws" must hate the law, hate human freedom, hate equality, and hate loyal Americans. We have a traitorous fifth column, and fourth estate, of treacherous, disloyal Jews and Christian Zionists, who are deliberately destroying America in order to forward the perceived self-interests of the racist and expansionist Israelis. These Bolsheviks seek to hide behind an iron curtain of unconstitutional "laws" which will make it "illegal" to expose their crimes and treasonous acts. They also want to make it "illegal" to expose Jewish lies and past Jewish crimes against humanity. In so doing, they show their true, bloody-red, Jewish-Bolshevik colors.

Kerensky immediately emancipated the Jews after the Russian Revolution of 1917, so that they could take over the government, educational institutions, the press and other institutions of influence throughout the Russian Empire. Lenin made "anti-Semitism" an offense punishable by death, and thereby shielded all Jews from any criticism or accusation.* Jews then mass murdered educated Gentiles, and elevated Jews into positions of power and influence. Crypto-Jews in the government changed their names to Russian-sounding names. It was a crime punishable by death to reveal their true Jewish identity.


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