Judeofascism on the March
WorldNetDaily and Joel Richardson report on Muslim conspiracy theories:Source
A small Muslim production company has made a big splash with its 52-part documentary called “The Arrivals.”
Since being posted on YouTube in June, the documentary has gone viral with over a quarter million views to date. According to sources in the U.K., the documentary has become extremely popular among Britain’s Muslim youth population. According to the documentary’s self-description, its purpose is to: “explore the revelations in world religions regarding the arrivals of the Antichrist Dajjal, Imam Al-Mahdi, and the Second Coming of The Christ.”
The documentary is a whirlwind tour of Muslim apocalyptic narratives intermixed liberally with anti-American, anti-Christian, anti-Semitic and anti-Zionist themes. Although clearly home-spun, “The Arrivals” is a magnetic kitchen mix of every conspiracy imaginable, with a solid thread of Islamic apocalyptic sermonizing throughout. Images are rhythmically flashed before the viewer of Illuminati and Freemasonry symbols along with the inevitable “Protocols of the Elders of Zion” anti-Semitic conspiracy themes…the viewer is immediately swept up into an ancient cosmic struggle with the heroic Muslim community fighting for truth against the plotting and scheming Zionists, Christians, Bilderbergers, Illuminati and the Club of Rome. The camera pans over the back of the American dollar bill with its prominent, all-seeing eye too many times to count…
Looks like the folks bankrolling Rita Katz of SITE and Ben Venzke of IntelCenter have found a new Jewish media outlet to sell their warped and twisted Zionist fantasies.
Someone is going to a lot of trouble to keep Christians fighting Muslims for the foreseeable future. Wonder who could be that devious, that treacherous and so full of lies?
Last time I read an article that conflated being 'anti-Semitic' with being 'anti-American' was a maniacal screed by Alan Dershowitz from the University of Israel's Harvard campus.