To All Jew Haters..
Written and Edited By John R. Hernandez, Jr. 7/2011 except for quotes from yahooanswers.com and wikipedia.com
To those who support the Palestinian cause I say this; after your done killing every Jew and pushing them into the Sea and raping their children and torturing their ederly and burning down their lands. What are you gonna do when -Jesus the Jew- stands before all of you with all the Hosts of Heaven upon the Mount of Olives? Where are you gonna hide? Where are you gonna run to? Are you gonna run to facebook and spit one last time in the face of another Jew? You can’t erase the face of Jesus from Jerusalem!!! But, since he died for the sins of the world it isn’t -too late yet- to repent and be free of all your hatred! Don’t wait till it’s too late; I hear their is no end to the torment of HELL!!
“You have heard that it was said, “You shall love your neighbor and hate your enemy.” But I say to you, Love your enemies and pray for those who persecute you, so that you may be sons of your Father who is in heaven; for he makes his sun rise on the evil and on the good, and sends rain on the just and on the unjust.” Mathew-
start>>>The following excerpt is borrowed from yahooanswers.com and was posted by Bill: “The record of the Vatican in relationship to the Holocaust is one of the great moral failures in history—one from which the Catholic Church itself has yet to recover,” writes columnist James Carroll in The Boston Globe. To back up his point, he lists the following historical data: “1929—The Lateran Pacts between Mussolini and Pius XI give the Vatican freedom and money, and they give needed prestige to Mussolini. —The Vatican signs a Concordat with Hitler, his first international success. . . . 1935—Mussolini invades Abyssinia. Catholic bishops bless Italian troops . . . 1939—Mussolini decrees an end to the rights of Jews in Italy. The pope says nothing. . . . 1942—The pope receives reports from Italian army chaplains about the extermination of the Jews. In his Christmas message, he bemoans the fate of ‘unfortunate people’ killed because of their race, but he does not mention Hitler, Germany or the death camps. Once again, the word ‘Jew’ is not used. . . . 1943—Germans begin to round up Jews in Italy, even in Rome near the Vatican. The pope is still silent.” Why the Churches Kept Silent ON DECEMBER 8, 1993, Dr. Franklin Littell of Baylor University spoke at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum about a troublesome “concrete truth.” What was that? The truth, Littell said, was that “six million Jews were targeted and systematically murdered in the heart of Christendom, by baptized Roman Catholics, Protestants, and Eastern Orthodox who were never rebuked, let alone excommunicated.” One voice, however, did consistently speak out about clergy involvement with Hitler’s regime. And the voice, as we have seen, was that of Jehovah’s Witnesses. Holocaust was the state-sponsored, systematic persecution and annihilation of European Jewry by Nazi Germany and its collaborators between 1933 and 1945.” Jews were the primary victims, but the State policy also sought to eliminate Roma and Sinti (two gypsy tribes), the disabled, Poles, Soviet prisoners of war, homosexuals, Jehovah’s Witnesses, and political dissidents. ”
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HATE IS LIKE A CANCER, IT WILL EAT YOU UP FROM THE INSIDE OUT!!!!
5 MILLION JEWS MURDERED JUST BECAUSE THEY ARE HATED!!!!
JRH My thanks to wikipedia.com and yahooanswers.com for all their great materials.
[the products of hate…] All Text borrowed from wikdeia are used for illustration purposes only and not for any commercial gains. ( BORROWER-JRH-2011)
JEWS RETURN HOME TO WAR AND HATRED
start>>>Excerpt borrowed from Wikipedia: “In 1947, the British government announced it would withdraw from the Mandate of Palestine, stating it was unable to arrive at a solution acceptable to both Arabs and Jews. The newly created United Nations approved the Partition Plan for Palestine (United Nations General Assembly Resolution 181) on November 29, 1947, which sought to divide the country into two states—one Arab and one Jewish. Jerusalem was designated to be an international city—a corpus separatum—administered by the UN. The Jewish community accepted the plan, but the Arab League and Arab Higher Committee of Palestine rejected it. On December 1, 1947, the Arab Higher Committee proclaimed a three-day strike, and Arab bands began attacking Jewish targets. The Jews were initially on the defensive as civil war broke out, but they gradually moved onto the offensive. The Palestinian Arab economy collapsed and 250,000 Palestinian-Arabs fled or were expelled. David Ben-Gurion proclaiming Israeli independence on May 14, 1948, below a portrait of Theodor Herzl On May 14, 1948, the day before the expiration of the British Mandate, the Jewish Agency proclaimed independence, naming the country Israel. The following day, the armies of four Arab countries —Egypt, Syria, Lebanon and Iraq — attacked Israel, launching the 1948 Arab–Israeli War; Saudi Arabia sent a military contingent to operate under Egyptian command; Yemen declared war but did not take military action. After a year of fighting, a ceasefire was declared and temporary borders, known as the Green Line, were established. Jordan annexed what became known as the West Bank and East Jerusalem, and Egypt took control of the Gaza Strip. Over 700,000 Palestinians were expelled or fled from Israel during the conflict. Israel was accepted as a member of the United Nations by majority vote on May 11, 1949. In the early years of the state, the Labor Zionist movement led by Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion dominated Israeli politics. These years were marked by an influx of Holocaust survivors and Jews from Arab lands, many of whom faced persecution in and expulsion from their original countries. Consequently, the population of Israel rose from 800,000 to two million between 1948 and 1958. Some arrived as refugees with no possessions and were housed in temporary camps known as ma’abarot; by 1952, over 200,000 immigrants were living in these tent cities. The need to solve the crisis led Ben-Gurion to sign a reparations agreement with West Germany that triggered mass protests by Jews angered at the idea that Israel could accept monetary compensation for the Holocaust. In the 1950s, Israel was frequently attacked by Palestinian fedayeen, mainly from the Egyptian-occupied Gaza Strip. In 1950 Egypt closed the Suez Canal to Israel. There was mounting tension and a number of armed clashes took place along all of Israel’s borders. In 1956, Israel joined a secret alliance with Great Britain and France aimed at regaining control of the Suez Canal, which the Egyptians had nationalized (see the Suez Crisis). Israel overran the Sinai Peninsula but was soon pressured to withdraw by the United Nations in return for guarantees of Israeli shipping rights in the Red Sea and the Canal.In the early 1960s, Israel captured Nazi war criminal Adolf Eichmann in Argentina and brought him to back to Israel for trial. The trial had a major impact on public awareness of the Holocaust, but Eichmann remains the only person ever to be executed by order of an Israeli court.” The above text was borrowed for illustration purposes only from wikipedia.com and is copyright protected but also a part of the associated CREATIVE commons attributes. The above quoted text has been borrowed for illustration purposes from Wikipedia.com This page was last modified on 1 July 2011 at 11:05. Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License……..END OF ALL TEXTS!!