Why Is Zionism Called Zionism?

The Ugly Truth

Theories for the origin of the word reach into long-forgotten eras of history, and the speculated origin in ‘wild cat’ isn’t necessarily the most fanciful.

ed note–I/we don’t expect the reader to wade through all the minute details of the writer’s thesis but instead to focus on a few minor details contained therein–

1. The religious roots of Zionism. Indeed, as the evidence shows and has shown from the beginning, Zionism is indeed rooted in Judaism and anyone–whether they are secular or else those ‘good Jews’ at Neturei Karta–who try and make the ridiculous argument that ‘Judaism and Zionism are different and distinct’ are either fools or liars, borrowing on oft-used phrase from the irreplaceable Mike Piper.

2. That the beating heart of Zionism is JERUSALEM, the place from which Judaism teaches that the Moshiach–the Jewish Messiah–will rule the world with a rod of iron, imposing ‘Jewish ethics’ upon mankind…

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Europe’s Campaign Against Bolshevism: A World War II German Perspective

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http://whiteresister.com/index.php/8-archives/27-europe-s-campaign-against-bolshevism-a-world-war-ii-german-perspective-video?utm_source=WR-News+Campaign+1st&utm_campaign=a4ef8c2c89-WR-News+Campaing+1st&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_70e342152e-a4ef8c2c89-48298879

As this German wartime newsreel reports, young men across Europe volunteer for military service in the pan-European armed front against Soviet Bolshevism.

Scenes from Denmark, Norway, Netherlands, and Spain. German troops liberate Latvia’s capital, Riga. Corpses of Latvians killed by Bolsheviks are shown.

Jews are rounded up and forced to work. German forces break through the “Stalin line” fortifications. In the tremendous “double battle” of Bialystok-Minsk, more than 300,000 Soviet prisoners are captured. German forces take Minsk, capital of Belarus, which the Soviets set on fire before retreating. German weekly newsreel, “Die Deutsche Wochenschau,” of July 16, 1941 (No. 567). With English subtitles (not entirely accurate). Runtime: 34:07 mins.

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All 100 senators (White Freemasons) sign letter against U.N. actions to bring Israel to account

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All 100 senators sign letter against U.N. actions to bring Israel to account

Anne Gearan reports in the Washington Post:

All 100 U.S. senators signed a letter Thursday asking U.N. Secretary General António Guterres to address what the lawmakers call entrenched bias against Israel at the world body.

The unanimous message notes that the United States is the largest contributor to the United Nations but does not threaten the withholding of U.S. dues. Still, it uses strong language to insist that the United Nations rectify what the senators said is unequal treatment of Israel on human rights and other grounds.

“Through words and actions, we urge you to ensure that Israel is treated neither better nor worse than any other U.N. member in good standing,” the letter said.

The letter, which will be released publicly Friday, was obtained by The Washington Post.

“As both the U.N.’s principal founding member and its largest contributor, the United States should insist on reform,” the letter…

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Anti-Semitic city council candidate says more anti-Semitic things

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Thomas Lopez-Pierre

(JTA) — Thomas Lopez-Pierre says he’s not an anti-Semite.

He just believes a cabal of “greedy Jewish landlords” is conspiring, funded by money from Israel, to conduct “ethnic cleansing” of black and Latino residents from Harlem. He believes the Jewish media are covering it up.

And if his rhetoric makes Jews upset?

“Too bad,” he says. “I don’t care.

“Only now am I realizing that Jewish people can’t seem to separate themselves from each other,” he told JTA in an interview Friday. “An attack on greedy Jewish landlords is perceived to be an attack on all Jews. And you know what? Too bad. If that’s the way the Jewish community wants to take it, too bad.”

Lopez-Pierre is running a primary campaign against Democratic City Council member Mark Levine, who since 2014 represents a district covering much of West Harlem in Upper Manhattan. Lopez-Pierre previously ran for the…

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