Tuesday, April 6, 2021

Michael Collins Piper - JFK & Israel’s Survival


 Final Judgment - The Missing Link in the JFK Assassination Conspiracy

 

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You do not have to like JFK, as he was definitely a mixed bag, but he was doing some things that Israel really did not like, which led to his assassination.

Saturday, April 3, 2021

Jonathan Pollard: “We’re Jews.. We Will Always Have Dual Loyalty”

 

Source: http://www.renegadetribune.com/jonathan-pollard-were-jews-we-will-always-have-dual-loyalty/

 

In a long 26 March 2021 Israel Hayom article interview with Jonathan Pollard, ‘I don’t regret helping my people and my land’, the reader is exposed to the true stereotypical jew. Though born on Aug. 7, 1954 to a Jewish family in Galveston, Texas, his first loyalty was always to the tribe and Israel. It is the reason why no jew, living outside of Israel, should be allowed to hold any position of national influence. Typically, after performing traitorous acts against his nation of origin, Pollard tells his version of the story where he is always the unrepentant victim/hero (even as he tried to shift the blame for his spying to Pakistan once caught). The question for the reader is “How much of his personal account is complete and utter BS?”

 

I leave it up to the reader to decide if they want to wade through Pollard’s version of his experiences as an Israeli spy, his capture, prison-life, parole, release to Israel, and the current aftermath. It reads like a jewish soap opera. But I’ve included here his quotes that I find the most significant and ominous for every nation that has jews working in any area of national influence.

 

 

“Q: Jews in the US accuse you of dual loyalties. “

 

“If you don’t like the accusation of double loyalty, then go the f*** home. It’s as simple as that. If you live in a country where you are constantly under that charge, then you don’t belong there. You go home. You come home. If you’re outside Israel, then you live in a society in which you are basically considered unreliable. The bottom line on this charge of dual loyalty is, I’m sorry, we’re Jews, and if we’re Jews, we will always have dual loyalty.”

 

“American Jewry has one major problem – they consider themselves more American than they do Jews. 

 

“My father was a very highly decorated army officer during World War II. He graduated from college with a veterinary degree and he was in the US Cavalry, and he got accepted into Yale medical school.

 

“So he traveled with my mother to Yale, to New Haven, in uniform. He walked into the admissions office and the dean of admissions took one look at him, and said, ‘What’s your real name?’ My father said ‘Pollard.’ ‘No,’ the dean said, ‘What’s your real name?’ So my father said ‘Polanski.’ So the dean said, ‘Jew, huh?’ He said they had one too many and my father would not be admitted. My father said he’d already been accepted. The dean said, ‘One too many.'”

 

[Jews always have family victimhood stories. But can you trust anything coming out Pollard’s mouth?]

 

“Q: If a young Jewish naval intelligence officer today is asked by the Mossad to work for Israel, and calls to ask for your advice, what would you tell him?” 

 

“I’d tell him, not doing anything is unacceptable. So simply going home is not acceptable. Making aliyah is not acceptable. You have to make a decision whether your concern for Israel and loyalty to Israel and loyalty to your fellow Jews is more important than your life.

 

“Because you know what would probably happen to you if you get caught. It will be hell. But you have to look at yourself every morning in the mirror, and you have to live with yourself. If you do nothing, and you turn your back, or simply make aliyah, and go on with your life, you’ll be no better than those Jews who before and after the destruction of the Temple said, ‘It’s not my responsibility.”