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The Atlantean Conspiracy: The Jewish Secret Behind Communism

The Atlantean Conspiracy: The Jewish Secret Behind Communism | History | Scoop.it
Dr. David Duke's new book and above video "The Secret Behind Communism" does a great job exposing the Jewish Zionist roots of communism, the most genocidal political ideology in history, responsible for deaths of over ...
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Teachable Moments: Reagan to Gorbachev: 'Tear down this wall!' - The Tennessean

Teachable Moments: Reagan to Gorbachev: 'Tear down this wall!' - The Tennessean | History | Scoop.it
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Communist Party of Canada (Marxist-Leninist) Home Page

Communist Party of Canada (Marxist-Leninist) Home Page | History | Scoop.it
Website of the Communist Party of
Canada(Marxist-Leninist. Modern communism.

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Esteemed Rabbi Writes to the 613 "Rabbis for Obama"

Esteemed Rabbi Writes to the 613 "Rabbis for Obama" | History | Scoop.it
"I write to you at this time of dire trouble for our country and for Israel", says the renowned rabbi.

 

As Wednesday night's Romney-Obama debate approaches, a leading rabbi, who has formed the "Rabbis for Romney" group, has written an open letter to the list of mostly Conservative and Reform 613 "Rabbis for Obama", asking them to rethink their support of the incumbent president.

 

"I write to you at this time of dire trouble for our country and for Israel", begins the impassioned letter and goes on, "I cannot keep silent any longer. The voices of my father and my mother, survivors of Auschwitz and Buchenwald, compel me to speak out -- with zeal."

"Last week America was under attack. Our ambassador to Libya and three other Americans were slaughtered by Muslim extremists. This was not a spontaneous 'protest' against an admittedly stupid video. This was an organized military assault, coordinated expressly for execution on September 11.

 

"Likewise, the 'protests' in Cairo at the American embassy where our flag was shredded and the black flaf of al-Qaeda was raised... Reliable sources say the US was forewarned of both attacks -- probably by Israel. But America's State Department ignored those warnings. Why?

 

"The Obama administration's reactions to these outrages was sadly typical. The very next day, President. Obama incongruously flew off to Las Vegas to raise funds. Lamentably, our government still apologizes for that inane video; made by an Egyptian Coptic.

 

"Where is the leadership here? What has such ongoing appeasement gotten us? President Obama once promised a 'reset' of America's relationship with the Muslim world. But the reality has been far different. The Islamic world holds us in greater contempt than ever, seeing Obama's America as weak and incapable...."

 

The outspoken letter was written by Rabbi Dr. Bernhard H. Rosenberg, spiritual leader of Congregation Beth-El, Edison, New Jersey, lecturer at Yeshiva and Rutgers Universities, author of 12 books including the Holocaust Siddur and the Holocaust Haggadah, recipient of the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr Humanitarian Award and Chaplain of the Year Award from The New York Board of Rabbis for his efforts during and following 9-ll.

 

"The same signal comes from Obama's latest snub of Bibi Netanyahu -- who was told that Obama did not have time to meet with him when the Israeli Prime Minister arrived in America last week. Meanwhile, he found time to regale on the David Letterman show and also had time to chit chat with Barbara Walters and Whoopie Goldberg on the TV show the View. To his discredit, Obama also extended an open invitation to Egypt's President Morsi."

 

He asks the Jewish religious leaders, "What are your excuses for President Obama now?" and then sums up the dangers of current foreign policy as he sees them:

 

"Silence did not work in the 1930s, when the looming evils of Nazism could have been stopped in their tracks. Nor will it work today when Islamists, who deny the Holocaust, threaten the destruction of Israel and all the Jews and Christians therein.

"Why does the United States say nothing about the daily denigration of Jews and Christians by Imams worldwide?

 

"Why do we tolerate an American media that continues to play dumb when our real interests, and our very lives, are at stake?

 

"Why does America continue to send money (and excuse outstanding loans) to Morsi's Egypt?

" Why doesn't America compel Morsi to uphold the peace treaty with Israel? To rein in Hamas? To act like a responsible, civil government?

 

"And of utmost importance, why don't we rabbis come together and insist that the Obama administration express -- in words and in deeds -- their unequivocal support for Israel during this most challenging of times?

 

"I started "Rabbis for Romney" as a counterweight to 'Rabbis for Obama,' he explains. "My message at first was not political, but the situation has evolved -- or devolved -- into one where the danger to Israel is more paramount than ever. Don't kid yourselves. We are nearing the 11th hour," the letter ends.

 

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I wonder if these are some of the same rabbi's who offered Amanutjob a gift and met with him in secret last week during the UN General Assembly??

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http://www.scoop.it/t/war-against-islam/p/2859215669/israeli-leaders-rabbis-meet-ahmadinejad-in-nyc-offer-a-gift


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Former Soviet President, Mikhail Gorbachev, admitted to hospital for tests - The Independent

Former Soviet President, Mikhail Gorbachev, admitted to hospital for tests - The Independent | History | Scoop.it
AFP Former Soviet President, Mikhail Gorbachev, admitted to hospital for tests The Independent Since the dissolution of the Soviet Union on 25 December 1991, Mr Gorbachev – whose policies of perestroika (restructuring) and glasnost attempted to...
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Jewish Communist Holocaust Deniers Emerge - David Duke

Jewish Communist Holocaust Deniers Emerge - David Duke | History | Scoop.it
It was inevitable: following the emergence of overwhelming and irrefutable evidence that the Bolshevik Revolution in Russia, and the resultant Communist Holocaust which in excess of 30 million Christians and non-Jews ...
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Britain "should be concerned" about North Korea says William Hague, but declines to speculate as to whether Kim Jong Un is "nuts"

Britain "should be concerned" about North Korea says William Hague, but declines to speculate as to whether Kim Jong Un is "nuts" | History | Scoop.it

Foreign Secretary stresses that "we haven't seen" repositioning of forces by regime that would be observed in lead up to conflict.

William Hague has today said that Britain "should be concerned" about North Korea's activities.

The Foreign Secretary said the "danger of misclaculation" by Kim Jong Un's regime, which had worked itself up into a "frenetic state of rhetoric", must be considered.

But he insisted it was vital the international community remained calm and stressed there were no signs that North Korea was beginning to re-position its forces ready for war.

Speaking on BBC 1's Andrew Marr Show said: "There's a threat to the world from any country breaching the non proliferation treaty, which North Korea is doing, acting in contravention of a whole series of UN Security Council resolutions and setting out to develop more and more longer range weapons, testing new nuclear weapons and indulging in the proliferation of many items to other countries as well.

"We should be concerned about that. There is a danger in that.

"But it is important to stress that we haven't seen in recent days, in recent weeks, a change in what is happening in North Korean society. We have not been able to observe that. We've haven't seen the repositioning of forces or the redeployment of ground forces that one might see in a period prior to a military assault or to an all out conflict."

 

Mr Hague declined to speculate on whether the 29-year-old dictator was "nuts".

He said: "I don't know the man myself of course. It's not easy, although we have an embassy there, it's not easy to get face to face discussions with North Korean leaders so I'm not going to speculate about the psychology of the leader of North Korea except in the terms that I have already spoken about - that authoritarian and totalitarian regimes perfectly rationally from the point of view of their own survival in the short term often do this sort of thing, try to ramp up an external threat."

It comes after North Korea announced on Friday that it will not guarantee the safety of international embassies in Pyongyang if war breaks out.

 

The Foreign Office has said it has "no immediate plans to withdraw" Britain's embassy in Pyongyang and condemned the "provocations'" of the North Korean regime.

Mr Hague told Murnaghan on Sky News the regime claimed to have weapons that could hit the United States and echoed Prime Minister David Cameron's claim that the situation backed the case for a Trident successor.

"If they did so, well, then most of Europe and the United Kingdom would be within range as well so it is an illustration of how it is very important, in the future decades, to keep our own ultimate line of defence and to have a successor to the Trident submarines."

Meanwhile the US has postponed an intercontinental ballistic missile test next week amid mounting tensions with North Korea.

A senior defence official said that Defence Secretary Chuck Hagel delayed the long-planned Minuteman 3 test at an Air Force base in California because of concerns the launch could be misinterpreted and exacerbate the current crisis.

North Korea's military has warned that it was authorised to attack the US using "smaller, lighter and diversified" nuclear weapons.

South Korean officials say the North moved at least one missile with "considerable range" to its east coast, suggesting a launch could be imminent.

US and South Korean annual military exercises have been ongoing, with warships and bombers in the region.

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