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In The Name Of Zion (Full Documentary)

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General J.D. Ripper
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Published on 23 Feb 2021 / In Uncategorized

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AEUKRestoration
AEUKRestoration 1 month ago

Truthful content but it gets deceptive towards the end. I consider this documentary a clever deception directed at those who are waking up to our Judaic captivity. It claims that the Babylonian Talmud (Mishna) and the Old Testament (Torah) were both written by Jews and therefore the Old Testament is a Jewish fiction along with the Talmud. In the Babylonian Talmud (Mishnah/Gemara) all directives come from the Tradition of the Elders (Judaism). They were a sect of one of the 12 tribes of Israel (Judah) who rebelled against the Lord God in the Old Testament and later became known as “Jews”. For this rebellion they were exiled into Babylon from whence comes the Babylonian Talmud. In the Old Testament (“Torah”) all the commands came from the Living Lord God (“I AM”) through His servant and friend Moses. “I AM” later came in the flesh as the Messiah, Jesus Christ. Christ used the Old Testament “Torah” to prove that He was the Messiah and said to the Jews that if they would be following Moses instead of their traditions they would know who He was. He then enraged the Jews by claiming, “Before Abraham was, I AM.” The Jews rejected Him, just as they did in the Old Testament, and petitioned the Roman authorities to have Him executed according to what was prophesied in the Old Testament (Torah). The Jews do not follow the teachings of Moses in the Old Testament they follow the traditions of the Elders recorded in the Babylonian Talmud... although they do interpret certain scriptures from the OT to support their traditions (Judaism). Because of the conversions to Judaism of many different nations over millennia, most who call themselves Jews today don’t have a drop of Abraham’s blood. Jews who practice Judaism want the non-Jews to believe that they strictly follow the teachings of Moses in the OT when in fact they follow the Babylonian Talmud (Mishnah/Gemara). They consider OT and Talmud both as “Torah”. One of the main reasons Jews were banished from many European nations was because of the anti-Christ contents and perverse teachings descovered in the Babylonian Talmud. The documentary criticizes the OT because of laws regarding slavery and circumcision. Slavery of foreigners was a common practice in all nations at the time of the Old Testament and long afterwards (USA). And the covenant of circumcision that was given by the Lord (Jesus Christ) to Abraham did not involve sucking the baby’s penis by a rabbi which is a perverted tradition added by the rebellious elders who were the Pharisees at the time of Christ.

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helloletstalk
helloletstalk 2 months ago

At 1 hour 10 minutes the "documentary" shows alleged German minority victims in Bromberg (Bydgoszcz). What the author fails to mention here is that this was German propaganda! The initial number used by the propaganda was 5.800, later changed to 58.000. But neither of the figures are true. Google "Bloody Sunday" and check what You find. The Germans killed in Bydgoszcz in Spetember 1939 were a handfull of sabotuers working behind enemy lines, not some thousands of innocent civilians. The Nazi-German propaganda machine used this as an excuse to establish a view that Poles are barbarians and need to be executed. Its horryfying that this seems to be the view of the author. This case has been studied thouroughly by both German and Polish historians. Seems like You show some truths mixed with some lies, why? I will watch the rest of the film with caution.

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Mr. Anonymus
Mr. Anonymus 2 months ago

We Defeated the Wrong Enemy!

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Mr. Anonymus
Mr. Anonymus 2 months ago

On an aside from that segment on Patton: Has anyone thought to try and ask for a FOIA request from the commun... I mean federal government? Seems a long time has passed and they may be well ignorant to the importance of such a fact if asked in the right manner? I’ll try it.... get back to you in six months or so (knowing their work pace)

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