Friday, November 7, 2008

The Jewish Desire to Exterminate Non-Jews








The important point Christopher Jon Bjerknes validates in the article below is the burning desire of Jewry to exterminate all non-Jews. When reading Christopher Jon Bjerknes' article, though, keep in mind that modern-day "Jews" are NOT the descendants of the Israelites of the Old Testament. Also, the Old Testament does not state that "Jews" are "God's Chosen People." Rather, it says the Israelites are His Chosen People. The term "Jew" is a modern term not even used until the 17th or 18th century.

The Jews are impostors and counterfeits (like Satan their father), trying to usurp the position of the true Israelites. And the Old Testament scriptures Bjerknes is citing do not support any such "genocide" of all non-Israelites -- but rather are being twisted (as laid down in the Talmud) by Jewry to suit their own agenda.




Article:

http://jewishracism.blogspot.com/2008/10/jewish-desire-to-exterminate-non-jews.html





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2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Also, the Old Testament does not state that "Jews" are "God's Chosen People." Rather, it says the Israelites are His Chosen People. The term "Jew" is a modern term not even used until the 17th or 18th century.

Just came across your excellent (but stomach-churning) collection of articles from history regarding WW's I and II and other Jewish criminality.

I have a question regarding an inconsistency, however, whereby in the quote above you say that the term "Jew" is a relatively modern descriptive, but then the renowned Protestant Reformist, Martin Luther, from the 16th century wrote his famed treatise entitled "On the Jews and their Lies."

No disrespect intended, but I'm confused.

Lone Wolf said...

^ good question

I suspect that modern translators (when translating Luther's writings from German into English), have inserted and used the term "Jew" when Luther was using a completely different term.