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A Heretic's View Of WW2.

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Published on 07 Jun 2021 / In Jewish Genocides

Originally uploaded May 23rd 2020... Channel Source... ⁣https://www.bitchute.com/channel/Cqlo2OFAfVzG/

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Bill
Bill 16 days ago (edited)

The brave british, bombing civilians at night. Then Dresden and the traitor eisenhower's death camps. <br>As for rt, they are russia(jew) and msm(jew) <br>Typhus, I bet the jews dropped typhus from planes.

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ScreamingInSilence
ScreamingInSilence 16 days ago

Here's most of the other cities and areas that were bombed.. It's a long list.

https://jewsbombgermany.wordpress.com/

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ellockjack
ellockjack 17 days ago

The British are a cruel people. How can they deny it?

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ScreamingInSilence
ScreamingInSilence 17 days ago

The Masonic establishment are cruel... The people are either in the dark, or just too stupid to understand or even want to..

Those who do understand are vilified and shut down. And the stupid just go along with it.

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ellockjack
ellockjack 17 days ago

@ScreamingInSilence:
Oh... so it was only British Freemasons... I see. Thanks for clearing that up for me. You're a better man than I am, Gunga Din.

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ScreamingInSilence
ScreamingInSilence 17 days ago

@ellockjack: Don't tar all of us with the same brush! You know full well it wasn't just British Masons. Roosevelt and Stalin were in the same club and fooled the gullible people of Their countries, just as Churchill did.

Don't blame "The People"... It's their "Masonic" Govt's you should be aiming your anger at.

The propaganda would have us believe Hitler was the devil incarnate. Therefore All Germans are as well?... People still believe that shit... But as it turns out, it was the allies who were the devil incarnate... So yeah the British People are cruel. Cruelly stupid.. I'm even more ashamed of myself.

I take it your not British?

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ellockjack
ellockjack 17 days ago

@ScreamingInSilence:
Are you trying to tell me Brits are too stupid to know right from wrong? A man's responsible for his own sins, not the government of his country.

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ScreamingInSilence
ScreamingInSilence 16 days ago

@ellockjack: Pity they didn't have the internet... Don't forget. That generation only had newspapers and radio broadcasts as their main sources of information. Even some of Churchills speeches were said to have been done by some actor, (his name escapes me), who could mimic Churchills voice... They were tricked by their own Govt that's infested with Freemasons and 'Information' by way of Media run by Jews!

Simply 'not knowing', doesn't make you stupid... With the ability to gain information the way we can today and do nothing with that information... Now that would be seen as stupid.

We don't have the 'luxury' of telling our Grandchildren "We didn't know'".. And we're neck deep in the 'stupid' generation.

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ellockjack
ellockjack 16 days ago

@ScreamingInSilence:
They also had the Bible which told them not to commit murder. Is it better to listen to the Word of God or the demons who run the government? Ignorance of the law is no excuse! Premeditated murder is NOT justifiable homicide.
Have you ever heard of these? You can't go wrong if you go by these.

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ellockjack
ellockjack 16 days ago

@ellockjack:
These are pretty good too...

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ScreamingInSilence
ScreamingInSilence 16 days ago (edited)

@ellockjack: Yes very good point. But you should enquire at the information desk at The Frankfurt School about that moral decay and the abandonment of our faith to be replaced by bearded head choppers who fuck goats and children.... The "replacement" topic should be addressed with Mr Kalergi and his assistant Mrs Barbara Spectre. <br> <br>I have my own beliefs. And they don't include defying the laws of physics. It's a long time overdue we stop turning the other cheek. That doesn't mean I reject Jesus. Never will!... And have a look at their precious Talmud while you're at it.

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ellockjack
ellockjack 16 days ago

@ScreamingInSilence:
Everything has been obfuscated. You have to think for yourself. I don't let any religion do my thinking for me.

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ellockjack
ellockjack 16 days ago

@ScreamingInSilence:
The meaning of turn the other cheek

Most people, whatever their faith -- or if they have no faith -- believe that Christians are told never to retaliate (even in words) and that if someone hits us, we're commanded to allow the attacker to hit us again, and forgive instantly. This, the authors of the book say, is a complete misunderstanding of this part of the Bible.
The authors (some of the Linn family) have explored the thinking of Walter /Wink, a Christian who has gone back to the teachings of Jesus and put these into the cultural context of the first century. The outcome is that we end up with Quite a different slant (and one that appeals to me and makes any understanding of forgiveness much more realistic) on the teaching of Jesus surrounding ideas of retaliation, justice, and forgiveness.
The new thinking goes something like this:
The Romans were in charge of Palestine at the time, so when Jesus said, 'Turn the other cheek,' he would have been talking to an audience of ordinary people within that context, illustrating his stories with aspects of the Roman and Palestinian culture of that time.
What Jesus actually said didn't mean you to abandon justice and allow the person to hit you again. He would be talking about this kind of incident that could happen between an ordinary Palestinian and a Roman soldier.
Let's suppose an ordinary Palestinian farmer accidentally got in the way of a Roman soldier and ended up being hit. The soldier would strike the farmer using the back of his right hand, on the farmer's right cheek -- that apparently was the way to hit someone’ beneath' you. The backhand slap would be a sign of contempt.
To turn the other cheek the farmer would turn his head, indicating to the soldier to hit him on his other cheek. But to do that, the soldier would (using his right hand) have to hit with his open right hand on the farmer's left cheek. The soldier would probably not want to do that because to hit someone in that way was to acknowledge that they were your equals. No way would a Roman soldier want to make a Palestinian an equal.
So in telling us to offer our other cheek, Jesus was meaning not 'OK just hit me again, never mind about justice, go ahead and walk all over

Source: Breaking the Chains of Abuse: A Practical Guide - Page 188

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ellockjack
ellockjack 16 days ago

@ellockjack:
I will also point out that a Roman soldier making a Palestinian his equal meant the Palestinian could fight the soldier, man to man, without worrying about the retribution of Roman law.

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ScreamingInSilence
ScreamingInSilence 16 days ago

@ellockjack: Interesting. The Romans I know little of tbh.

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RobertCoxswain
RobertCoxswain 16 days ago

Neither Jesus "turn the other cheek" in the modern bastardized sense when struck, John 18:22 When Jesus had said this, one of the officers standing nearby slapped Him in the face and said, “Is this how You answer the high priest?” 23Jesus replied, “If I said something wrong, testify as to what was wrong. But if I spoke correctly, why did you strike Me?”

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ellockjack
ellockjack 16 days ago

@RobertCoxswain:
That's not really what I am emphasizing at this particular time, but you make a good point that is germane to the discussion, so I suppose I must endure your interjections.

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ellockjack
ellockjack 16 days ago

@RobertCoxswain:
BTW, you make an extremely good point. I'm going to add that to my personal notes and take credit for being a big-brained theologian

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DecodingReality
DecodingReality 14 days ago (edited)

@ellockjack: If you're Jew aware, you're not exactly in a rush to sign up for the airforce, navy, police, or army, are you? Unless you want to claim that all Brits are desperate to kill civilians in another country, which would obviously be rubbish. Unless you just hate the English, which wouldn't exactly be Christian either, would it?

Anyway, Germany is a totally Godless country. The German police are quite happy to enforce Convid restrictions. Are the English to blame for the personal behaviour of German police in the 21st century? Let's see you do backflips in justifying your double-standards here. I think we just have a Briton-hater, don't we?

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ellockjack
ellockjack 14 days ago

@DecodingReality: I thought the Germans were wonderful, warm-hearted people when I lived in Schwäbisch Gmünd back in 1977, so fuck off with your shit.

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DecodingReality
DecodingReality 13 days ago

@ellockjack: Plenty of nice people in the UK too, unless you just hate Brits.

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ellockjack
ellockjack 13 days ago

@DecodingReality:

The UK will get what it's got coming, so good for them. Right!

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DecodingReality
DecodingReality 12 days ago

@ellockjack: Yeah, so you're wishing death on total strangers - the very thing you're claiming to be against. Hypocrite. Anyway, I can be sure that your own snivelling coward of a country is heading for the same fate. Probably worse.

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DecodingReality
DecodingReality 12 days ago

@ellockjack: Well, the people who didn't do the bombing, aren't responsible for it, are they? The pilots deserve the blame, not people who refused to participate. Although I'm probably just wasting my time trying to explain things to a Briton-hater.

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mics972
mics972 17 days ago

IT BREAKS MY HEART TO WATCH THIS

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ScreamingInSilence
ScreamingInSilence 17 days ago

It certainly hits a nerve.

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