Thursday, October 23, 2008

Crush the Head of the Snake and Ruin His Nest

Christopher Jon Bjerknes

The Jewish State of Israel is a kingdom. The Jews' King is a coward, one in a long line of cowards, which began with Shabbatai Zevi, who renounced his religion under threat, and then had his followers worm their way into power through deception.

The Jews' King is a deceitful wretch, one in a long line of such wretches who pretend to follow after King David, wretches who imagine that they are descended from David, David who betrayed loyal Uriah to his death, so that David could steal his wife. Even the God of the Jews was disgusted with the wretched King of the Jews, David (II Samuel 11:27).

Let us have a Nuremberg trial of the King of the Jews. Let us charge him with but a few of his many crimes. Since this worm with scales believes that he is the reincarnated soul of King David and Shabbatai Zevi, let us humor his illusion and charge him with the crimes he/they committed in his supposed previous incarnations.

And let us pin this shedding worm on the television screens of all the World. The indictments of this man will read as a ledger of all the worst that has befallen mankind at the hands of our worst enemy, the King of the Jews, who this very day is planning to judge and exterminate us. Reading off these crimes against humanity will enlighten the World as to the danger World Jewry poses to our continued existence.

We must also destroy the nest where the King of the Jews wants soon to reign openly. We must recognize the war Israel is fighting against us, and start to fight back. We must dry up the Jewish State of Israel economically.

Or are we more ignorant and incompetent than the Romans, who long ago realized that Jewry is a mortal threat to human life and set about to remedy the situation? Suetonius wrote,

"5 There had spread over all the Orient an old and established belief, that it was fated at that time for men coming from Judaea to rule the world. This prediction, referring to the emperor of Rome, as afterwards appeared from the event, the people of Judaea took to themselves; accordingly they revolted and after killing their governor, they routed the consular ruler of Syria as well, when he came to the rescue, and took one of his eagles. Since to put down this rebellion required a considerable army with a leader of no little enterprise, yet one to whom so great power could be entrusted without risk, Vespasian was chosen for the task, both as a man of tried energy and as one in no wise to be feared because of the obscurity of his family and name. 6 Therefore there were added to the forces in Judaea two legions with eight divisions of cavalry and ten cohorts.13 He took his elder son as one of his lieutenants, and as soon as he reached his province he attracted the attention of the neighbouring provinces also; for he at once reformed the discipline of the army and fought one or two battles with such daring, that in the storming of a fortress he was wounded in the knee with a stone and received several arrows in his shield."--C. Suetonius Tranquillus, "The Life of Vespasian 4:5", The Lives of the Twelve Caesars, Loeb Classical Library, (1914), pp. 289-291.