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Who hijacked my religion - Part II



Somebody out there is very busy hijacking religions to further their own political agenda - specifically Islam, Judaism, and Christianity. I wonder who it is.
"Judaism and Zionism [are] really incompatible. [They are] diametric opposites.

Judaism, in short is a religion, it's a faith from Abraham, the forefathers . . . the great grandchildren of Abraham went and stood on Mount Sinai and accepted to make a bond with God that they will listen to whatever God says, they will follow His teachings . . .

We have to emulate God. We have to be compassionate, do goodness, be holy, be devout to God, and so forth and so on as the teachings of the Torah, which you all are most probably well acquainted..."

-- Rabbi Dovid Weiss
This of course is dedicated to a couple of misguided visitors who I will not name, but who I humbly advise should listen and learn from Rabbi Weiss. He just might save you your souls. Until then, go away.

Part 2: http://www.youtube.com/..2
Part 3: http://www.youtube.com/..3
Part 4: http://www.youtube.com/..4
Part 5: http://www.youtube.com/..5
Part 6: http://www.youtube.com/..6



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Thanks, Sabbah

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At Tuesday, September 12, 2006, Blogger The Great Revealer said...

Good news everyone! On constant war crimes commited by the Racist Zionist Terrorist State, I hereby bring some glimmer of good news concerning the dear people of Lebanon:

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Putin to send Russian engineering-sapper battalion to Lebanon
Vladimir Putin on Monday announced his final decision to send a battalion of Russian engineers and explosives experts to Lebanon. Their main aim is to help repair the damage caused by Israel's campaign to uproot Hezbollah guerrillas.
Posted Sep 11, 2006 11:36 AM PST
Category: LEBANON

Memo from Putin to Israel: any violations of the cease-fire hitting Russian nationals will not be well received by the Russian government.

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Putin to send Russian engineering-sapper battalion to Lebanon



Vladimir Putin on Monday announced his final decision to send a battalion of Russian engineers and explosives experts to Lebanon. Their main aim is to help repair the damage caused by Israel's campaign to uproot Hezbollah guerrillas.

In comments shown on state-run television, Putin instructed aides to prepare the necessary paperwork for Russia's upper house of parliament to authorize the deployment, which will be separate from the U.N. peacekeeping mission.

Defense Minister Sergei Lavrov said an advance team would travel to Lebanon this week and the full group could be in place by month's end.

It was unclear how many members the team would contain but Ivanov said they would include experts at disarming unexploded ordnance, as well as engineers to evaluate the damage inflicted on Lebanese roads and bridges.

He said the team will work outside of the area where United Nations-authorized peacekeepers are operating, the AP reports.

"We will not be involved in peacekeeping operations, but will reconstruct the infrastructure in areas outside the United Nations peacekeeping operation zone," Ivanov was quoted as saying by Interfax.

Israel's 34-day war in Lebanon caused wide damage to Lebanon's infrastructure and left unexploded bombs and other weaponry scattered throughout the country.

Some 3,250 U.N. peacekeepers are fanned out across the south of Lebanon, part of a force planned to reach 15,000.

 
At Tuesday, September 12, 2006, Blogger Mojo Fitra said...

Thanks for the links to the truly beautiful rabbis of Neturei Karta, and other groups like them.

And thank you for your earlier posting of the video by Ali, a true muslim with an endearingly honest and open manner.

Here is another site aimed at elucidating the unity between the great religions of the world:

www.wutzcookin.blogspot.com

Shalom
Salaam alaykoum
Shanti om

 
At Tuesday, September 12, 2006, Blogger The Great Revealer said...

Another ACT OF ZION

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The other September 11
By Pepe Escobar

SANTIAGO, Chile - You don't need an Osama bin Laden to pull a September 11. Forget Boeings-turned-into-missiles crashing into twin towers. Switch for a moment to four military planes bombing a presidential palace - and replay a different September 11 movie starring Dick and Henry. "Dick", of course, is the late US president Richard Nixon. "Henry" was his national security adviser, Henry Kissinger. Foreign policy-wise, it's quite an enlightening plot.

Scene 1: Washington, the Oval Office, September 1970. Dr Salvador Allende, a man of culture, grand bourgeois and charismatic founder of the Socialist Party, has just won the presidential election in Chile fair and square, with 36.22% of the votes. Nixon and Kissinger receive Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) director Richard Helms. Nixon tells Helms, according to Kissinger, that he wants "a major effort to see what could be done to prevent Allende's accession to power. If there were one chance in 10 of getting rid of Allende, we should try it."

Scene 2: Santiago, La Moneda Palace, September 11 of the year 1973, 8am. Allende, the democratically elected president of Chile, is worried about a general called Augusto Pinochet. Radio stations are mute. The navy has taken over Valparaiso - where the president was born. But he worries about his new army commander, chosen less than three weeks ago: "Poor Pinochet, he must have been arrested ..."

General Pinochet is far from arrested: he is conducting a coup. Troops march over Santiago. At 8.30am a solemn military declaration makes treason official. Tanks roll into the city center. At noon, four Stuka planes destroy Allende's private residence on Tomas Moro Street and bomb La Moneda Palace. The president chooses resistance, fighting the troops surrounding the palace and spurning offers of a plane for himself and his family to leave the country. When his capture is imminent, Allende presses his chin against the AK-47 that Cuban leader Fidel Castro gave him, and fires. At 2pm, the military junta takes power. Systematic arrests, torture and executions start almost immediately.

Between these two scenes is the story of a coup that unfolded in slow motion for virtually three years. The United States was still embroiled in Vietnam. Nixon's policy for the whole of Latin America was one word short of "war on terror": "to prevent another Cuba". Nixon simply could not tolerate "that bastard Allende" (in his own words). Chile had the largest copper reserves in the world. Allende was about to nationalize Chilean copper - thus sabotaging the monstrous US corporate profits of Anaconda Copper Mining Co and Kennecott Copper Co, which had been bleeding the country for decades.

The Chilean-destabilization strategy, presided over in detail by Kissinger, developed into a series of operations called Track 1 and Track 2. The CIA tried to stage a coup even before Allende's inauguration on November 1970, giving US$50,000 to a crypto-Nazi gang to kill chief of staff General Rene Schneider on October 22, and bribing generals and admirals. It didn't work.

Allende wanted to develop "a peaceful Chilean way towards socialism". He was elected by workers, peasants and the marginalized, urban lower classes. Educated urban youth celebrated the "socialism of red wine and empanadas" (stuffed pastry). But Washington would prevent any turn to the left by devastating the Chilean economy, deploying mass bribery, spying and blackmail.

Allende in fact was a moderate compared with Chilean popular movements further to the left that occupied factories, lands or just property (1,278 occupations in 1971 alone). Then strikes started to spread (3,200 in 1972). Industrialists sabotaged production. No one could explain how Chilean credit was suddenly cut off in international markets. Loans were suspended.

The CIA, apart from non-stop sabotage, financed strategic strikes - doctors, bank clerks, a very long truck drivers' strike. Conservative newspapers conducted a non-stop vicious disinformation campaign. There were coup rehearsals. And political chaos compounded economic chaos: the Christian Democrats - the centrists - ended up joining the right and the extreme right against Allende.

Nixon got exactly what he wanted. On September 11, US Navy ships monitored all Chilean military bases to warn the plotters about who might be supporting Allende. Pinochet took over and entered history as the definitive, sinister Latin American dictator from central casting.

Dictatorship in Chile coincided with the ascension of neo-liberalism (which in the 1990s would be remixed as "globalization"). Chileans with scholarships had been a fixture of the University of Chicago for years. The charter of neo-liberalism - and Pinochet's Holy Economic Grail - was written by two of them, Sergio de Castro and Arturo Fontaine. Afterward, it was classic division of labor: the armed forces killed while the "Chicago boys" applied neo-liberal economic policies. Military repression assured economic "freedom".

Some other dictators were in place before Pinochet, more were to follow. By the mid-1970s, six US-backed South American dictatorships - Chile, Argentina, Brazil, Bolivia, Uruguay and Paraguay - were united in deep secret under the infamous, transnational Operation Condor, a Latino war "of" terror eliminating everyone who was or might become a political adversary.

Condor had two key players: Pinochet in Chile (who kept Condor's centralized computers) and Alfredo Stroessner in Paraguay (he died this year in Brazil). The Pinochet regime kept a small lab for the fabrication of botulism soup and nerve gas - which were and remain certified weapons of mass destruction; the chemist responsible later escaped to Uruguay and was assassinated. Orlando Letelier, Chile's ambassador to Washington under Allende in 1970-72, was assassinated under Condor. Who cared? Military fascism was Washington's daily special, every single day.
Pinochet and Condor, in Chile, were responsible for as many victims as September 11: about 3,000, including 1,198 "disappeared". In Argentina, there were officially at least 10,000 dead: for human-rights organizations there were more than 30,000 dead and "disappeared". In Paraguay, there were at least 2,000 dead; in Bolivia at least 350 dead and "disappeared", in Brazil almost 300, in Uruguay almost 200. Families of the "disappeared" are convinced Kissinger knew about everything. He will take his secrets to the grave, as will model dictator Pinochet - who still refuses to die.

Behind the rebuilt La Moneda palace in central Santiago, facing the Ministry of Justice building, there is a statue of Allende. Underneath, the words: "I have faith in Chile and its destiny." These were his last words before he committed suicide, instead of becoming a hostage on South America's September 11.

 
At Tuesday, September 12, 2006, Blogger The Great Revealer said...

U.S. excluded car, suicide bombs from Iraq murder toll
POSTED: 7:25 p.m. EDT, September 11, 2006


BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- The U.S. military did not count people killed by bombs, mortars, rockets or other mass attacks when it reported a dramatic drop in the number of murders in the Baghdad area last month, the U.S. command said Monday.

The decision to include only victims of drive-by shootings and those killed by torture and execution, usually at the hands of death squads, allowed U.S. officials to argue that a security crackdown that began in the capital August 7 had more than halved the city's murder rate.

But the types of slayings, including suicide bombings, that the U.S. excluded from the category of "murder" were not made explicit at the time. That led to confusion after Iraqi Health Ministry figures showed that 1,536 people died violently in and around Baghdad in August, nearly the same number as in July.

The figures raise serious questions about the success of the security operation launched by the U.S.-led coalition. When they released the murder rate figures, U.S. officials and their Iraqi counterparts were eager to show progress in restoring security in Baghdad at a time when Iraq appeared on the verge of civil war.

At the end of August, the top U.S. military spokesman in Iraq, Maj. Gen. William B. Caldwell, said violence had dropped significantly because of the operation. Caldwell said "attacks in Baghdad were well below the monthly average for July. Since August 7, the murder rate in Baghdad dropped 52 percent from the daily rate for July."

However, Caldwell did not make the key distinction that the rate he was referring to excluded a significant part of the daily violence in and around the capital. On Monday, for example, at least 20 of the 26 people slain in the capital were killed in bombings.

"These comments were intended to highlight some specific indicators of progress and were never stated in relation to broader casualty figures," U.S. military spokesman Lt. Col. Barry Johnson said Monday.

He said Caldwell "used murders and executions specifically because they are a key indicator of sectarian-related violence."

Johnson said other types of violence that are recorded by the military as "indicators for calculating casualties" include suicide attacks, mortar and rocket assaults, roadside bombs -- called improvised explosive devices, or IEDs -- small-arms fire "such as when used to fire in crowds after an IED attack versus an individual being murdered," and car bombs -- known as VBIEDs.

Under the military definition, murders include civilians killed "who are specifically targeted," but do not include executions or "those killed in indirect fire, IED, VBIED, or suicide attacks, all of which may or may not be related to sectarian violence."

Executions, as defined by the U.S. military, include people who have been held, tortured and then killed and are considered to be motivated by ethnic or sectarian reasons -- unless they are some form of reprisal killing or related to crime.

Johnson would not provide the figures used to calculate the percentages and said the military would not give detailed information about trends because that could provide "our enemy information they need to adjust their tactics and procedures to be more effective against us."

He added that although the military collected data on violence from as many sources as possible and used a consistent methodology, "we do not claim our information represents every possible victim of violence."

The confusion over numbers underscores the difficulty of obtaining accurate death tolls in Iraq, which lacks the reporting and tracking systems of most modern nations. When top Iraqi political officials cite death numbers, they often refuse to say where the figures came from.

The Health Ministry, which tallies civilian deaths, relies on reports from government hospitals and morgues. The Interior Ministry, which commands the police, compiles figures from police stations, while the Defense Ministry reports deaths only among army soldiers and insurgents killed in combat.

The United Nations keeps its own count, based largely on reports from the Baghdad morgue and the Health Ministry. A U.N. official said it would be announcing August figures later.

 
At Tuesday, September 12, 2006, Blogger Nepos Libertas said...

I took time to write a major entry on the 5th anniversary of 9/11 by allowing the American men of the past do the talking on the inherent danger of reckless & despotic global hegemony.

Exhaustingly wordy in length, but may be worth the read on Eisenhower's in-depth prophecy as well as USMC Major General's excerpted speech declaring American-instigated wars as a racket in the name of exploitative capitalism & imperial hegemony.

Conscientious Jews, like this entry on the condemnation of Jewish fascism by the group, must stand up and speak out against the racist, dishonest & amoral counterfeit whose depraved deeds only exacerbate the rise of anti-Semite sentiment in the first place.

 
At Tuesday, September 12, 2006, Blogger qrswave said...

thanks everyone for your awesome links.

and thanks TGR - you are truly the great revealer.

 
At Wednesday, September 13, 2006, Blogger nesNYC said...

Thanks for putting this up! I will spread far and wide :)

 
At Wednesday, September 13, 2006, Blogger ksdrover said...

Another excellent find qrs. Looks like the closer you get to the nerve the more 'sensitive' some people become.

Don't let them get to you, it will get worse before it gets better. Keep up the good work. They operate from a position of making people fear and hate but we overcome by love and education. The three faiths originate from the same source and it is up to us to see beyond the differences to the similarities.

peace

 
At Friday, September 15, 2006, Blogger Walker said...

I would like to say that we should move beyond religion towards a more rational contemplation of life, death, and existence.

Religions are inherently irrational and destructive, and they are intrisically opposed to one another in that each has exlusive claims to truth.

Exclusive truth means that it is the only truth, and an other claiming truth that is not the truth you know are to be violently destroyed. Especially, but not uniquely, if you are a practicing Muslim. We need only to consult the Koran to prove this:

"Jihad is your duty under any ruler, be he godly or wicked.

A single endeavor in Allah's Cause in the forenoon or in the afternoon is better than the world and whatever is in it.

A day and a night fighting on the frontier is better than a month of fasting and prayer.

Nobody who dies and finds good from Allah (in the hereafter) would wish to come back to this world even if he were given the whole world and whatever is in it, except the martyr who, on seeing the superiority of martyrdom, would like to come back to the world and get killed again.

He who dies without having taken part in a campaign dies in a kind of unbelief.

Paradise is in the shadow of swords."

Each statement above is a separate "hadith." You can search a database of these at www.usc.edu/dept/MSA/reference/searchhadith.html

Anything good that you have gotten from your religion, especially spirituality, can be acheived by rational means.

The idea of God and exclusive truth are irrational. We need to move away from religion and towards a more rational basis for morality, ethics, and existence. Religions have many similarities, but that is not to say that they're all really talking about "one true God." They share certain similarities because each religion is made up of archetypal concepts, common to all human socities.

The answer to the world's problems, most of the wars, the killing, the irrational policy, is to recognize religion for the destructive, irrational superstition that it is, and to abandon it and evolve as a species.

Religion and world peace to any extent are mutually exclusive.

 

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