Tuesday, August 5, 2014

Alison Weir - The Hidden History of How the U.S. Was Used to Create 'Israel'

The history of how the U.S. was used to create Counterfeit Israel begins at approximately 31:00.

Concurrently, and beforehand, the Sassoons, Rothschilds, Montefiores, etc. were financing hasidic synagogues in Palestine while the Wall St. backed "Jehovah's Witnesses" founder Charles Taze Russell was traveling the world whipping up religious Zionist fervor in 'Jews'and non-'Jews.' There were Protestant "restorationists" before that. This fanaticism has always been backed by synagogue and bank. This history is even more hidden than that of political Zionism and also needs to be understood to make real sense of how we arrived where we are.

To her credit Alison Weir (elsewhere) is one of a handful who've looked at the essential religious root of the matter.

35 comments:

Anonymous said...

Maurice, will the world ever be able to get rid of this tyranny?
One of your readers correctly called them savages. We (the people of the world) are ruled by them.
I really despair. Soon, people like the Egyptians will broker a false peace that will leave the Paletinians with nothing more than a huge pile of rubble to contend with. On and on it goes, because the puppeteer remains in place.

Michael Hoffman said...

For the record: Jehovah’s Witnesses turned anti-Zionist sometime in the 1950s and they remain anti-Talmudic to this day.

Protestant Freemasons and Zionists certainly played a part in seeding the British Balfour Declaration and other pathways to the Zionist land grab.

However, Prof. Alexander McCaul, author of "The Talmud Tested” was part of a large orthodox Anglican/Lutheran-sponsored move to convert Judaics in Palestine to Christianity. Some of these Protestant clergymen people wanted a home for those of Judaic descent in Palestine, but not by stealing it from the indigenous forces. I give an account of the McCaul mission in the introduction to “The Talmud Tested.”

The Church of Rome had its own philo-Judaic section at the top of the hierarchy, yet, like the clerical child molestation plague, it was mostly unknown to the rank and file laity. (It gained a foothold circa 1460 AD).

The old chestnut about the Protestants being the Judaizers and Rome the bulwark against it, is another dazzling hoax foisted on the sheeple.

Anonymous said...

I have had good conversations with the local JWs. Some fine expressions of "anti-semitism" if prompted.

Maurice Pinay said...

Maurice, will the world ever be able to get rid of this tyranny?

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Without divine intervention, I doubt it. By eternal vigilance of a significant percentage of the population it can be subdued though.

Maurice Pinay said...

Dear Michael, thank your for your comments. A couple years ago I had a 'dialogue' with Jehovah's Witnesses once a week over the course of 6 months or so. I previously had some understanding of their religion but by the end of this 'dialogue" I had assembled a large file on their history and beliefs. They sent one of their best evangelists, a former Catholic, and the elders prepped him with responses to my questions and objections each week. He told me this and that they were keeping a record of the discussion, which corroborated what I had read elsewhere.

Yes, they seem to not be Zionist at present. That could change at any time, like so many aspects of their religion have changed and continue to.

I see no reason to classify them as anti-talmudic however. Their religion makes the Word of God of no effect as much as any rabbi. One key example, they believe that Jesus is not God, that He is really the Archangel Michael, which, aside from entirely destroying Christianity, wipes away the Deicide. What's a rabbi not to like about this? It seems to me they'd approve it for 'Noahide' consumption very happily.

I see rabbinic and banker inroads and even Zionism in Rome and elsewhere in Catholic Europe beginning before the Renaissance.

Anonymous said...


Maurice Pinay said...

Maurice, will the world ever be able to get rid of this tyranny? ---

Without divine intervention, I doubt it. By eternal vigilance of a significant percentage of the population it can be subdued though.

August 6, 2014 at 2:21 A
http://www.rense.com/general96/whathasisrael.html

What Has Israel Done!
By Jim Kirwan
8-6-14


kirwanstudios@sbcglobal.net

Maurice Pinay said...

That is well and good. Ending the Zionist state is certainly possible. In the end it will collapse under its own weight of fraud, corruption and murder.

But no one should believe that the tyranny of Judaism would end there. "Israel" is simply a more high tech ghetto. What the Palestinians have suffered is simply a more high tech tyranny than non-Judaic common people in the vicinity of Judaic ghettos throughout history have suffered.

Even if "Israel" is dismantled It will take well informed eternal vigilance and God's blessing to keep the tyranny of Judaism subdued.

Michael Hoffman said...

Dear Maurice

When I stated that the JW’s were anti-Talmudic, I meant that they are specifically opposed to Talmudic Judaism.

I did not mean to imply that the JWs do not incorporate man-made traditions into their religion, which of course they do, just as the Church of Rome has since the Renaissance era.

Anonymous said...

Looking at the timeline given in the video it is plain to see that the Zionist machine was well in place at the time of the Fatima Apparitions. Yet, there was no mention of it, despite the fact that it would virtually overwhelm the Catholic Church by enabling the infiltration and promotion to the highest ranks, in fact to the very top, of disordered characters.

Anonymous said...

Why Judeo-Christians Support War
It was designed to create a subculture around a new worship icon, the modern State of Israel, a state that did not yet exist, but which was already on the drawing boards of the committed, well-funded authors of World Zionism. Zionism. Serendipity Home Page www.serendipity.li/zionism/carlson01.htm

Maurice Pinay said...

the Zionist machine was well in place at the time of the Fatima Apparitions. Yet, there was no mention of it

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Excellent observation. Is it no wonder that the rabbis would endorse the Fatima apparitions as they raze the Gospel and the Church like they razed Gaza. And traditionalist leaders are telling us Fatima is "our only hope."

Traditionalist leadership is looking a lot like the Palestinian authority in my view.

Anonymous said...


Irish Senator confronts cowardly Foreign Affairs Minister on Gaza : Video -
David Cullinane speaks out against Israel's war crimes in Gaza
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t9V8dsW27YU&list=UUoIiYTHnF7YtqrLzVLVjzjQ&index=5

Anonymous said...

Alison Weir's latest book, Against Our Better Judgement, is outstanding. It's brief, 99 pages, but lays open the Jewish takeover of the US and the documentation is a separate book in itself.

A great book for opening the eyes of fence-sitters.

http://www.amazon.com/Against-Our-Better-Judgment-History/dp/149591092X/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1407518369&sr=8-1&keywords=alison+weir+against+our+better+judgment

annely said...

At least some have suggested that Russia =ed Jew =ed Zionism.

Anonymous said...

UN’s Ban Ki-moon is a partner in Israel’s crimes


http://electronicintifada.net/content/uns-ban-ki-moon-partner-israels-crimes/13716

Anonymous said...

Maurice Pinay said...

Traditionalist leadership is looking a lot like the Palestinian authority in my view.
August 7, 2014 at 10:37 AM
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Abbas - Longtime Israeli Collaborator

By Stephen Lendman
8-9-14

http://www.rense.com/general96/abbass.html

Anonymous said...

Is there a link which explains your view of the Fatima apparitions? I hadn't realised that they had been endorsed by rabbis. I've always been a bit unhappy with personal revelations as they seem to have been used by traditionalists to create a religion which is more like a calvinistic sect than Catholic. My parents who were Irish Catholics never said the Fatima prayers after the decade of the Rosary. I wonder when that became the norm.

Maurice Pinay said...

http://mauricepinay.blogspot.com/2012/02/fatima-rabbi-mayer-schillers-skver-sect.html

Maurice Pinay said...

Is there a link which explains your view of the Fatima apparitions?

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My opinion on all apparitions is that their fruits tend to be distraction and misdirection.

Maurice Pinay said...

At least some have suggested that Russia =ed Jew =ed Zionism.

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This implies that the Fatima revelation is as vague as a palm reader's 'prophesy' and also that Christ's Blessed Mother is so fearful of being called an 'anti-Semite' (or self-hating 'Jew') that she can't speak of Judaism directly.

Maurice Pinay said...

Getting back on topic, before they were murdered, John and Robert Kennedy were in the process of requiring the Zionists to register as foreign agents in the U.S.

I think it's long past time to see that project through.

annely said...

Maurice Pinay, I agree that these Fatima suggestions discussed by a handful were grasping at straws.

Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...

Is there a link which explains your view of the Fatima apparitions? I hadn't realised that they had been endorsed by rabbis. I've always been a bit unhappy with personal revelations as they seem to have been used by traditionalists to create a religion which is more like a calvinistic sect than Catholic. My parents who were Irish Catholics never said the Fatima prayers after the decade of the Rosary. I wonder when that became the norm.
August 10, 2014 at 8:42 AM

In the 1960s when the Fatima Rosary Prayer started creeping in, there was disquiet among Catholics all over the world whether it should be said. I was a young boy then and I remember the controversy.

Anonymous said...

There were never apparitions in the early church. The Jesuits were notorious for promoting them, when the Jesuits needed support and confirmation of their heretical ideas or needed a conduit to foster their askew teachings.

JMR said...

I'm sorry if I'm going off topic, but I wondered what the controversy regarding the Fatima prayers was about? I just instinctively dislike them.
My parents were poor, uneducated, working class Irish Catholics and there was no discussion at home about the Vatican II changes. They had been educated to implicitly obey the Pope,bishops and priests and as the local priests and bishops went along with the changes they followed them.
I'm a pre-Vatican Catholic that left the Church in 1969 and returned in the eighties to discover this abomination of a new Religion which has nothing to do with the Catholic Church of my youth.
I attended an FSSPX community for a while because of the Latin Mass.I detested their Calvinistic puritanic behaviour but in my innocence assumed that doctrinally they would be sound. I was then shocked to discover that Lefebvre,whom they virtually idolise, also believed in Baptism of Desire and was just as heretical as any post-Vatican II Pope.
I heard that when Lefebvre was in Africa a group of Muslims begged him to baptise them and that as he was afraid that a mass conversion would ignite a civil war with the resulting slaughter of Catholics,he refused, saying that their desire to be baptised would be sufficient for their salvation. I then realised that Baptism of Desire was the excuse the justificaton for his cowardice. I don't condemn his cowardice,who knows how one would react in similar circumstances.But I am surprised that the FSSPX venerates him so much, because he was no St.Francis Xavier.
Frankly, I'm totally lost. All the so-called traditional groups that have sprung up since Vativan II seem equally abhorrent, spewing hatred at one another. I know that all the post Vatican II Popes are heretics but the implicatons of this with regard to sedevacantism I am sadly not qualified to judge. I am probably steppong on a lot of toes here so if you don't want to publicise this post I understand. Thank you for all your work on this blog.

Anonymous said...

JMR - there are others with similar stories as your's - right across the world. Of all races and nationalities. I am one such and in my old age I conclude that at an official level there is no such thing as the Catholic Church. Maurice Pinay correctly equates "Francis" with Obama. Within milliseconds of hearing that an Israeli soldier was captured ( "abducted" they said - just look where the world has reached! ) Obama demanded his unconditional release! And yet, little Palestinian children were getting their heads blown but who cared?. "Francis" trivialises the Palestininan freedom struggle with a football match. He does not call for "Israel" to withdraw to the UN designated border nor to lift the illegal blockade of Gaza. The FSSPX, thanks to a certain lay advisor wants to be with the "Francis" crowd at all costs.
The devise the Church has left us for times like these is the Perfect Act of Contrition.
We should all try to meditate on this.
I join you too in saluting this blog.

JMR said...

But we 'oldies' have been given the immense blessing of having known the Church before Vatican II and still remember our catechism and what it was like to be Catholic.I feel immensely sorry for younger Catholics,who are they to believe? Who can they trust?
I hope that the latest round of persecution of Catholics in the Middle East by the jewish/protestant/ muslim alliance will finally begin to expose the lie of baptism of desire.
I often look at those popes, bishops, priests and cardinals who are in their seventies and eighties and were adults during Vatican II and wonder that they are not trembling in fear at the punishment they will receive for the destruction they have caused.
I too make a perfect act of contrition every day and pray that God will be more merciful in these awful times when the shepherds have abandoned their sheep.

JMR said...

I think that the FSSPX and the CMRI are more treacherous and dangerous than the main Church because with the Latin Mass and under a facade of puritan, calvinist behaviour and rigid morals they hide the fact that they are doctrinally just as heretical as the main Church.They assume the face of saints but they have the hypocritical sanctimonious pride of the Pharisees. Humility and Charity were the hallmarks of the poor Irish Catholics in the community in which I grew up. Of course you always had the 'holier than thous' but they were small in number and were generally disliked as hypocrites.
I recently read an article by Father Cedaka which defended the legitimacy of the 'excomunication' of Father Feeney, without once mentioning that Father Feeney was 'excomunicated' for disobedience and not for heresy. I felt so sickened by these lies and half truths that I wanted to literally throw up. These priests disgust me.

Anonymous said...

JMR - the Synagogue of Satan was at work against the Catholic Church from the very beginning. St Jude mentions this in his epistle.
We have hundreds of Catholic prophesies circulating - enough to make our minds swim - but barely a single one mentions the Synagogue of Satan which in fact, in our day and age, has total sway over the entire world.

Anonymous said...

I have seen a PressTV video dated August 8th in which British MP, George Galloway gave the impression that, given the almost complete swallowing up of Palestine by "Israel" it is unrealistic to expect a two state scenario to emerge in that area.
He also claimed - if I understood him correctly - that the biggest backers of Israel in the USA are the Zionist Christians, rather than even the Judaics living in that country.
My despair on this issue of Palestine increases by the day. What do other readers think?

annely said...

Anonymous, I didn't see the George Galloway video you mention. I will look for it. But essentially it seems I would agree. And with you I often despair. Maurice Pinay recently said he believes that Palestine and the entire Jewish problem will not be remedied without God's direct intervention, an act of God}.

annely said...

These comments are interesting and a good contribution. About apparitions. Pertaining to a Maurice Pinay post awhile back about the Poem of the Man God and Bp. Williamson, Michael Hoffman commented that he didn't know why grown men credited certain women's (mainly) "apparitions" strange tales. It reminded me of a male in my family after we had coming and going listened at some story of a female latter day saint (forgive the expression) The male family member said, "they tell some crazy stories don't they". inflection, statement not question. He says "they" though he too is they, sort of. Anyway I think Maurice Pinay is right considering the fruits as distraction and misdirection. I wouldn't mind if he expanded on it just a little.

JMR said...

I am sorry if I appear to be hogging this comment section but since leaving the FSSPX in disgust I have been thinking a lot about this issue and your comments about Fatima triggered me off. I think that the traditionalists and especially the sedevacantists have used the apparitions of Our Lady to establish an alternative religion which is often at variance with if not downright contradictory to that of the New Testament.A religion where 'sins of the flesh' have been elevated to the position of worst sins ever, instead of those of intellectual and spiritual pride which, ironically, they promote.The Pharisees and the Talmud come to mind.
To give an example, I once attended a lecture by Father Timothy Pfeiffer, where, commenting on an experience he had with a traditional Catholic girl in Germany, he stated that his community would hang a Catholic girl wearing jeans and using short hair from the nearest tree. The same community, who being followers of Bishop Lefebvre, believe that a jew, protestant, muslim, hindu and other assorted pagans can be saved by Baptism of Desire (the latter though apparently only rarely)!
As far as I remember, apart from a comment about Pharisees and their tills, Our Lord made no reference to clothing but he did insist on the necessity of water baptism for our salvation! Bishop Williamson has a similar obsession with women weaing trousers but not with the necessity of baptism.

JMR said...

Don't get me wrong, I'm no feminist, but I believe that modesty and traditional Catholic behaviour can only be built on the basis of sound Catholic doctrine and neither the post-Vatican II church or the so-called traditionalists preach that.
St.Paul in his epistle (Tim.1.4 ) warns us against Puritanism and the acetism that leads to pride.The devil seems to be very crafty regarding the means he uses for our downfall. It is interesting that at the apparitions at Lourdes and Knock, Our Lady says very little or nothing at all. I am a devotee of Our Lady of Guadalupe but I think that her words are very consoling and in no way contradict the New Testament. In her recent alleged apparitions Our Lady seems to have become a veritable chatterbox!

Anonymous said...

JMR - You perhaps already know of the Novena to OL of Guadalupe composed by Helen Behrens?
http://txmomtomany-ivil.tripod.com/id32.html

What she says to Juan Diego ( and also his uncle Juan Bernardino ) flatly contradicts the abuse heaped on Our Lord and Our Lady in the Talmud.