‘We will overcome this evil decree,’ Israel tells UNSC after anti-settlement vote


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Jewish state ‘will continue to reclaim the land of our forefathers,’ Ambassador Danon vows, after US chooses not to prevent resolution branding settlements illegal

ed note–and there you have it folks, exactly as we have been telling it now for many years, without all the fluff, confusion, and conflation.

What the Israeli ambassador is holding in his hand is indeed THE TORAH, not the Talmud, in complete contradiction to the nonsense that unfortunately pervades too much within the ‘truth movement’ these days, i.e. that today’s Judaism is not based upon the ‘godly, holy’ teachings of the the Old Testament, but rather upon the evil and racist teachings of the Talmud. In particular, the section of THE TORAH which Danon is referencing are those passages promising the entirety of the Middle East to ‘God’s chosen people’ as laid out in various passages, to wit–

‘On that day the LORD made a covenant with Abraham, saying “To your descendants I give this land, from the river of Egypt to the great river Euphrates”…–Genesis, 15:18

‘And God spoke unto us saying, ‘Go to the hill-country and all the places nigh thereunto… in the Arabah, the hill-country and in the Lowland… in the South and by the sea-shore, the land of the Canaanites, and Lebanon, as far as the great river, the river Euphrates…Go in therefore and possess the land which the Lord swore unto your fathers, to Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob, unto them and to their seed after them…’ Deuteronomy 1:6–8

‘Every place whereon the sole of your foot shall tread shall be yours, from the wilderness, and Lebanon, from the river Euphrates, even unto the hinder sea shall be your border…’ Deuteronomy 11:24

‘…From the wilderness, and this Lebanon, even unto the great river, the Euphrates, all the land of the Hittites, and unto the Great Sea toward the going down of the sun, shall be your border…’Joshua 1:4

‘When the Lord your God brings you into the land he swore to your fathers, to Abraham, Isaac and Jacob, he will give you a land with large, flourishing cities you did not build, houses filled with all kinds of good things you did not provide, wells you did not dig, and vineyards and olive groves you did not plant…–Book of Deuteronomy

Again, not the Talmud, not the Kabbalah, not the Zohar, but the Torah, written down and practiced by non-Ashkenazi Jews thousands of years ago.

Also, it underscores what we have been warning about for years, that the Jews intend to embroil the entire world in war and bloodshed in order to ‘reclaim’ the land of their forefathers, and if that means a nuclear war between the Christian West on one side and the Russians on the other, than so be it.

And lastly, all that Judaic BS about holding on to the territories stolen by the thieving, marauding Jews in ’67 which they say is necessary for ‘Israel’s security’–obviously a blatant lie on its face and revealed to be so by none other than the Israeli ambassador to the UN. It is about forcing the world to bow down before the teachings and beliefs of Judaism and in particular those sections calling for Jerusalem as the base of operations whereby ‘Jewish ethics’ are enforced upon the rest of the world with a rod of iron.

Times of Israel

Israel’s ambassador to the United Nations on Friday condemned the UN Security Council for voting through a resolution demanding a halt to all settlement activity, branding the motion “an evil decree” that would merely provide further excuses for the Palestinians to continue to reject Israel’s right to exist.

Speaking after the Council voted 14-0 in favor of Resolution 2334, which brands settlements illegal, Danny Danon told the packed chamber that this was a “dark day for this council.” The UN body wasted its time, in a “peak of hypocrisy,” to condemn Israel “for building homes in the historic homeland of the Jewish people” even as thousands were being massacred in neighboring Syria, he said.

Israel, said Danon, had implored the council “not to believe the lies in this resolution.” By approving it, “you have in fact voted no to negotiations, you have voted no to progress and a chance for better lives for Israelis and Palestinians, and you have voted no to the possibility of peace.”

Danon called the resolution the latest in “the long and shameful list of anti-Israel UN resolutions” and said it would encourage Palestinian incitement. “Today’s vote will be a victory for terror,” he said, “a victory for hatred and violence.”

Expressing hope that the UN would “turn a new page” under its next secretary-general, Danon castigated the Security Council for a resolution that he said denied Israel the right to build in its own capital. What right did its members have, he asked, to try to prevent the Jewish people from building homes in their own land?

“We will overcome this evil decree,” he vowed, holding up a Bible and citing thousands of years of Jewish history in the Holy Land. “We have full confidence in the justice of our cause… We will continue to be a Jewish state proudly reclaiming the land of our forefathers… where King David ruled from Jerusalem.”

  1. #1 by frankkleij on 12/24/2016 - 9:34

    Who is the EVIL? A fake ppeople with a common Fake Religion. When will they realize the game is over?

  2. #2 by gezahe on 12/24/2016 - 9:34

    The only use the Torah when it fits their political agenda against non jews. But their most important book is the talmud which every jew will admit.

    ed note–no, they act out the commandments of the Torah every single day in each and every greedy, violent, and obnoxious thing they do. The Talmud is merely Torah PT. II every bit as much as ‘The Empire Strikes Back’ followed the first Star Wars movie ‘A New Hope’.

  3. #3 by Karl Beyleveld on 12/25/2016 - 9:34

    No editor, you are incorrect. The Talmud is their “interpretation” of the Torah. It was the Oral law which was codified a few hundred years after Christ, which today is called the Talmud. It teaches that their interpretations supersede even the Law of Moses. The law of Moses teaches that they will receive the land only through obedience. And they break every single Law of Moses through their Talmudic interpretations. Not only that, but they disobey the Gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ and therefore the promises do not belong to them. Keep to political commentating and stay away from theology.

    ed note–commentary such as this leaves me and other thinking people wondering if the proper response is mild laughter or disgust.

    The ‘law of Moses’ which you quote is the base material for all their behavior and serves as the topic of discussion and debate making up the ‘meat and potatoes’ of the Talmud. The Jews themselves state this. In that same ‘law of Moses, they are instructed to murder, rape, steal, maraud, exploit, deceive, and ‘despoil’, as in Moses’ instructions to the Israelites that they ask their Egyptian friends and neighbors if they can ‘borrow’ all their gold and silver, right before fleeing Egypt with all that precious metal. The obnoxious anti-Gentilism that was/is/always will be the defining characteristic of Judaic behavior did not begin ‘after’ Jesus as you claim, for if this was the case, why then did we have the wholesale rejection of Jesus, beginning literally with the attempt on the part of Jewry to run him over a cliff once he announced his Messiahship? Judaism began in the womb of the Torah was later distilled in the Talmud and anyone claiming otherwise is as out to lunch as those deluded fools who worship at the feet of Jewry because’the babble’ says so.

  4. #4 by TonyFromIN on 12/25/2016 - 9:34

    The Torah is an open declaration of war against humanity (non-Jews).
    Reminds me of Obi-Wan, when he was describing Mos Eisley Spaceport in Star Wars ‘A New Hope”.

    “You will never find a more wretched place of scum and villainy”.

  5. #5 by nooralhaqiqa on 12/25/2016 - 9:34

    #3, Karl Beyleveld, I do believe you are somewhat confuddled in your analysis. And the fact that you contradict MG on matters such as this is mildly amusing. You are definitely out of your depth. Merry Christmas!

  6. #6 by Syed Zaidi on 12/25/2016 - 9:34

    This discussion has an unreal quality about it, almost like being in the presence of those sincere but clueless people who think everything in Genesis comes before everything in Exodus. My own – confessedly ignorant – reading is that there is a reason the Scribes and Pharisees are cursed together by Jesus. The Scribes were screwing around with the texts long before most Jews could read. Just like Hollywood with the Holocaust. The only thing they could not alter was the ten commandments. This is the heart of the religion of the Hebrews. But the visionary who is the source of Thou shalt not kill is said to be the same one who said to kill all the Edomites, and that too when a different strand of the Moses story has him with an Edomite wife. I would get hold of Ashraf Ezzat (look up his fascinating book on Amazon, about the non-existence of anyone called a “pharaoh” in Egypt) and see what he has to say about what the original Torah was. In any case, even Neturei Karta is presumably working with the corrupted Torah, but reading it in a pre-Babylonian spirit. For the majority of Jews, the Torah and Talmud are one in spirit, with the Torah as horribly genocidal as you keep pointing out.

  7. #7 by Karl Beyleveld on 12/25/2016 - 9:34

    I never said this behaviour started after Jesus. The oral law as the Jews claim was given to their elders at the foot of the mountain which Moses went up to, too receive the Ten Commandments. They say that their Oral law was superior to Moses’ Law. So it started at Mt Horeb, not after Jesus. It was just codified after Christ. Jesus Himself said the jews made void the Law of God by their tradition (that is oral law). When you write “babble” do you mean bible? Well, the Bible does not say one should worship the jews. The Talmud does however. The Bible says that those who say they are jews , but are not, will be made to bow down before Christians and to acknowledge that God has loved them.
    It seems as if you don’t like the scriptures that refer to the destruction of the other nations, which God commanded through Moses. This, admittedly is hard to understand. But God at the time commanded it. Simply because the jews use those scriptures now for justification of their evil behaviour does not make it right. I am Greek Orthodox by the way and have read St. John Chrysostom’s “Homily against the Jews”. The Orthodox Church knows full well the evil of the jews.
    St Chrysostom even said of the jews, that they were not men, but demons. I am unsure of your position, but it looks like you want to disregard the Books of Moses as not being of God because of the passages in which He commanded the deaths of the surrounding nations. I don’t think that’s a good idea.

    ed note–again, the disconnect with reality in the name of ‘religion’.

    The murder of surrounding peoples was ‘commanded’ by God? Whose god? The god of the Jews? Well then it makes perfect sense, because, as Jesus Himself described them, they are ‘children of their father, the devil, who was a murderer and a liar’.

    The bible is a BOOK, written by PEOPLE, and MIGHT at times–particularly when it is highlighting something Jesus is saying–have something good, moral, and rational to say, but otherwise, it is a BOOK, not sent down from heaven, but written by PEOPLE with an agenda. The fact that this needs explaining thousands of years after the fact underscores just how these monsters have acquired the power that they have in the world today and why Gentiledom finds itself practically defenseless against their murderous designs.

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