Anti-Semitism: Why Does It Exist? And Why Does it Persist?

Anti-Semitism: Why Does It Exist? And Why Does it Persist

Anti-Semitism: Why Does It Exist? And Why Does it Persist?.

Jesus: to my view Jesus was just a bright man that understood reality of his time. Jesus somehow did not agreed with the Jewish religious leaders of his time, neither with the colonialist from Rome, the divergence it looks was quite deep between the rabbi’s and his thoughts, so what he did create a civil war as consequence, not intentionally I believe. This civil war between the Jews themselves leads to the destruction of Israel, as well the destruction of the Roman Empire; these civil wars are no different than the ones in Ukraine today. This religious rift between Jesus Jews and rabbi Jews is what Europe often has experience in the past and experiences it now.   Reason why medieval kings where force to kick out rabbi Jews of their kingdoms, to have a peaceful realm and avoid another collapse Roman style on their own kingdom; which is also what rabbi Jews use as excuse to put themselves as martyrs to outdo the Jesus Jews, as you can understand this is a Jews wars amongst themselves for supremacy. The Muslims religion is just collateral damage between Jesus Jews and rabbi Jews. The crusades are to return the Middle East to the Jesus Jews which are at the same time rabbi Jews. Lion hart king of England liberated Jerusalem the holy city, “holy land” “Jesus Jews and Rabbi Jews domain”

 In ancient times this confusion created such a mess on the Roman empire that the Romans has to end up adopting the Jesus Jews version of the story, and put aside the other rabbi Jews; this made the relationship Jesus Jews and rabbi Jews friendly enemies; the rulers of each side became friends while the believers fought and created chaos; divide to conquer if you like! Between the two of them will control the masses as well the rulers, reason why kings somehow where the link to god, “the church, Jesus Jews”.  (Rabbi Side, the counter punch of oppression) This civil war was Jesus Jews against Rabbi Jews; in the end such a chaos that Rome lost control of the whole thing, somehow this outcome of confusion keep the rabbi Jews in control of the economy, and the Jesus Jews in control of the spirit, however the Jesus Jews had an overhand because Europe was a multi-god realm, not a one god one voice of reality, and the Jesus Jews where more popular than the rabbi Jews. When Jesus he mentioned Israel, he did not meant the current Israel of his time ruled by the current religious leaders (rabbi) but a new Israel, an imaginary one, one that will have excluded this religious leaders, and more equal and just, however he knew that his cause will be practically unattainable at the time he as well wanted this new imaginary Israel on different rules of the current rabbi’s; the ruling rabbis certainly disagreed.  

After the French revolution them, the rabbi Jews took over this scheme, this Jesus dream and transformed into what you call the current Israel; the Israel of today, reason why you got Christian Zionist, and Christian Jews on one side of ISRAEL.  This French and American Revolution, as well allow some rabbi Jews to take over the economical side of Europe, as by eliminating the nobility of the time “modern nobility” which has nothing to do with the nobles of the Middle Ages and before that time, eliminate the Christian Jesus Jews domination and put in place the rabbi Jews instead. This is were the world is now. Rothschild’s, Goldman sacks Jewish bankers etc.  The power of the Jesus Jews is declining, “the pope and its church” and this is what you perceive on the news of the world. Some rabbi Jews take over main media, as some Jesus Jews do the same, so somehow the Jesus Jews and the rabbi Jews are somewhat more in balance but the reverse of 1776-17789, is now on the favor of the rabbi Jews. The future is quite a different thing, which is probably the end of this Jews internal rift to “divide and conquer” the old nobility’s resurface and the “modern nobility ends” modern nobility begun in 1550 up to today


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