Palm Trees

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Published on 19 Feb 2021 / In People & Blogs

Jewish domination through contamination.

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Ramton
Ramton 12 days ago

that palm on the balcony is root bound, look how big it is compared to the pot.

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rambetter
rambetter 6 days ago

OK thanks, I was actually wondering about that. Not being an expert and not having extensive experience with palm trees, I assumed that palm trees don't grow as much roots as do trees.

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SaintHughOfLincoln
SaintHughOfLincoln 13 days ago

You have a Roman Catholic here, do you think the church was a jewish conception or hijacked? From my study the Catholic church has been the enemy of the jew historically, it wasn't until modern times that the tribe really took over. Jews began infiltrated around the time of the inquisition as well, but ostensibly efforts were made to combat the judaizng.
I would not consider most people who identify as Catholic to truly practice the faith, that includes the pedo loving communist pope. It is a sad affair, but I contend those mexican you think are blinded by Catholicism are truly blinded by the hijacked church.
Most the "Catholic" mexicans I have know were supporters of abortion and cheated on their partners. That disqualifies them from being Catholic in practice anyways.
I would agree with you that the Catholic church now is doing tremendous damage to vulnerable people and they exploit the brown counties labor for their benefit while keeping them subserviently via their false spiritual leaders. That attack is fair, but the actual Catholic ethos is a force for good. Compare the Catechism with the Talmud, the Vedas, or the Hadith. You make an assessment for yourself. For myself, it is clear one of those teaches compassion and self sacrifice instead of mindlessness and/or violence and superiority.

Anyways, hope your palms do well. Is there a market for those where you are in mexico? In the states they charge upwards of $50 for an immature palm of any variety.

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rambetter
rambetter 13 days ago

I am going to answer your question that you ask in the first two or so statements of your comment. And these are VERY GOOD questions - I have wondered for many, many hours about the correct answers to your questions.

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rambetter
rambetter 13 days ago

One must realize the facts, which include for example the fact that Jews had enormous influence during Roman times, and during the life of Jesus of Nazareth. They had enough power, for example, to have Jesus of Nazareth tortured and put to death, for the simple reason that they (the Jews) didn't like him (Jesus of Nazareth). That being stated, it becomes clear that from the very origins of the Christian faith there has been some Jewish influence lingering. Yes, I agree that the church has been mostly anti-Jewish historically, at least for the most part. But those aspects of it that were very Jewish from the outset are what is causing our demise today.

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rambetter
rambetter 13 days ago

Now to get to the Roman Catholic church today. Completely and utterly hijacked by Jews. Just like everything else in our society. We invent it, Jews steal it, use it against us, or hand it to lesser races of people to have us destroyed with it. Christianity is no exception to that rule. Other examples - technology, media, government.

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rambetter
rambetter 13 days ago

I also want to share (here, again) the idea I presented in one of my recent videos - which is that we should *observe* what happened in the German territories near to where Martin Luther lived, for the two centuries following his death. There was an EXPLOSION of creativity and imaginitivity. It seems to me that the Roman Catholic church has never *fostered* this sort of atmosphere where people could create, imagine, and live peacefully. The simple fact that the Catholic church have been money-hoarders bothers me. I'll get into more of these idead in my later videos.

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SaintHughOfLincoln
SaintHughOfLincoln 13 days ago

@rambetter: Your argument about German territories after Martin Luther is an interesting point, but I would quibble about various aspects to that assertion that border on pedantic so I won't. I think a case can be made for Catholic influence progressing society in a number of instances, and perhaps limiting in some other cases as you pointed to. When I consider the time period referred to as the reformation, I see a more Judaizing from the puritanical offshoots of Luther and Protestantism. Iconoclasts of the Anabaptist and Calvinist bend destroyed church's, literature, and works of art and European heritage accumulated over centuries. In the end, we can point to examples of bad people of faith all day long. The actual tenants and philosophy of a religion is what concerns me; hence my distain for judaism. I think the Catholic faith is the salvo against the jews but has been sequestered by the tribe. The early Christian communities exercised themselves from jewish thought and tradition with a high degree of success.. I am confident this can happen again when Christians wake up to the fact that a foreign religion is holding them hostage.

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SaintHughOfLincoln
SaintHughOfLincoln 13 days ago

One more thought on that subject. Alone we are just white guys in the publics eye and goyim to the jew. Together as Catholics, or even just Christians, we can assume a collective identity to confound the jewish influence acting against decency.

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rambetter
rambetter 13 days ago

@SaintHughOfLincoln: One thing is certain that we both agree on: people do best when they have a good heart and when they are free from Jewish influences.

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