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Zionist: The Organized Crime Who Runs The World (Global Superpowers Book 2)

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Zionism Unsettled: a congregational study guide Feb 25, 2016.

The January 16th 2007 edition of Boston Globe ran an editorial by the editorial page director, H.D.S. Greenway. It was a typical apparently left-of-center piece on a possible attack on Iran, with Greenway urging everyone to "step back and take a deep breath". Towards the end of the piece however, Greenway makes a comment in which he momentarily strikes at the heart of the matter only to then gloss it over with a line taken directly from the Zionist book of truisms.

"The Zionist Book Club was formed just as the Barak government was about to come into power. The banner heading of the full page advertisement that we ran in the Your Jerusalem newspaper said," Read These Books Before the New Government Bans Them." The political climate was ripe for repression. I had run the first advertisements in several newspapers during the Rabin government saying," Bring Down the Government." That was December 1993. At first I received many calls both in favor and against, but asking me how I was going to do that. Friends of mine were asked if I was alright as it was such a strange thing to do. It only took four weeks for an uprising to start after I opened the doors to standing up to the horrible violent abuse that Yitzhak Rabin was foisting upon the Jewish population in Israel who disagreed with his policies.

Bibliography of Zionism and the History of Israel




Zionist Book by Michael Elkins "Forged in Fury" about criminal Zionist commandoes in Germany after 1945 [18]

Criminal Zionists believed at the end that their own lies against Germany would be true. Brain washing was not executed yet because they are also censoring the media world wide - yet...

A History of Zionism - Walter Laqueur - Google Books

Even as the Third Reich became more entrenched, many German Jews, probably a majority, continued to regard themselves, often with considerable pride, as Germans first. Few were enthusiastic about pulling up roots to begin a new life in far-away Palestine. Nevertheless, more and more German Jews turned to Zionism during this period. Until late 1938, the Zionist movement flourished in Germany under Hitler. The circulation of the Zionist Federation's bi-weekly grew enormously. Numerous Zionist books were published. "Zionist work was in full swing" in Germany during those years, the Encyclopaedia Judaica notes. A Zionist convention held in Berlin in 1936 reflected "in its composition the vigorous party life of German Zionists."/7

The Zionist Book Club was formed just as the Barak government was about to come into power. The banner heading of the full page advertisement that we ran in the Your Jerusalem newspaper said,” Read These Books Before the New Government Bans Them.” The political climate was ripe for repression. I had run the first advertisements in several newspapers during the Rabin government saying,” Bring Down the Government.” That was December 1993. At first I received many calls both in favor and against, but asking me how I was going to do that. Friends of mine were asked if I was alright as it was such a strange thing to do. It only took four weeks for an uprising to start after I opened the doors to standing up to the horrible violent abuse that Yitzhak Rabin was foisting upon the Jewish population in Israel who disagreed with his policies.