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Sorry neo-Nazis, the Jews have already replaced you

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Do you remember the scene from The Mummy where the crazed mob walks in unison chanting the name of the story’s villain, the undead creature from the underworld?

Imhotep… Imhotep… Imhotep…

A similar scene played out in real life last Saturday when zombie-like Neo-Nazis marched through the courtyard of the University of Virginia.

The Jews will not replace us.”

Ad infinitum

“The Jews will not replace us.”

Ad nauseam

From what I can surmise, this chant was the method by which the Neo-Nazis sought to communicate their fear of being “replaced” – in some obtuse sense of the word – by the Jews, evidence of their collectively-twisted paranoia, deeply held insecurities, and self-loathing. Not wanting to face their own vulnerability, the spell-bound supremacists formed a collectivist mob to confess their fear and hatred of their own inferiority.

But, there is one glaring problem. The Neo-Nazis are a few thousand years too late: they have already been replaced. The good guys already won. Like a yellowed copy of The New York Timeslining the bottom of a wastepaper basket, the alabaster Aryans are already irrelevant. They’ve yet to have noticed, but God emancipated the Jews from the Egyptian “Confederacy” back when Moses – a Jew – parted the Red Sea. Humanity has been liberated from sin through the blood of a Jew who was crucified on a cross.

In spite of the secession of attacks and persecutions over the course of thousands of years, God has freed his people from the grips of tyrants time and again. Large empires have risen and fallen. The Jewish people have outlasted them all, and the greatest, most just civilization that the world has ever known – Western civilization – was built on the Jewish principles of faith, free will, personal accountability, and equality in the eyes of God. From medicine to mathematics and everything in between, the Jewish people have continued to influence and enrich the world.

“The Old and New Testaments are the Great Code of Art.”

William Blake (artist and poet)

In Visual Art:

Thousands of reprints of Vincent Van Gosh’s Starry Night adorn living room walls, and Van Gogh’s Irises is one of the most popular computer background images. Hanging in thePhiladelphia Museum of Art is Paul Cézanne’s The Large Bathers, a post-impressionist deconstruction of the human body which broke from traditional portraits of the period and paved the way for generations of new artists to explore different techniques of visual representations of the human figure. Both Cézanne and Van Gogh were mentored by a Jewish impressionist and post-impressionist painter named Camille Pissarro, a Dutch-French artist with a gentle spirit who painted portraits of the “common man” in natural settings. Pierre-Auguste Renoir referred to his work as “revolutionary.” Paul Cézanne once said of Pissarro, “He was a father for me. A man to consult and a little like the good Lord.” Camille Pissarro is the only artist to have his work featured at all eight of the Paris Impressionist Exhibitions. He mentored all four of the major impressionist artists who later influenced artists around the world: Georges SeuratPaul Cézanne, Vincent Van Gogh, and Paul Gauguin. The art world and every art lover is indebted to Camille Pissarro.

“Blessed are they who see beautiful things in humble places where other people see nothing.”

Camille Pissarro

In Music and Dramatic Art:

Ever since the doe-eyed Judy Garland sang Over the Rainbow on the big screen 1939, The Wizard of Oz has captivated audiences. From middle school auditoriums to Broadway, Over the Rainbow is sung to the delight of audiences across the globe. (My personal favorite version of the song is by Israel “IZ” Kamakawiwoʻole.) In 1938, a man named Harold Arlen, who had been hired by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer to compose the songs for The Wizard of Oz, came up with the famous song after seeing a rainbow appear above Hollywood. Yip Harburg was hired to write the lyrics for all the songs in The Wizard of Oz, including Over the Rainbow. Both men won Academy Awards in 1940, for Best Original Song. Both men were Jewish.

In fact, the liturgical, rhythmic chants of the ancient synagogues are the origin of Gregorian Chant, which is the origin of Western classical music. Perhaps it is no surprise then that from 1934-2016, 48% of composers in receipt of the Best Original Song award were/are Jewish; 50% of lyricists are/were Jewish. Today, our Karaoke play lists abound with many of the songs written and/or composed by Jews that have won the Academy Award for Best Original Song, including The Way You Look Tonight (1936), White Christmas (1942), Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah (1947), Que Sera, Sera (Whatever Will Be Will Be) (1956), Chim Chim Cher-ee(1964), Raindrops Keep Fallin’ On My Head (1969), The Way We Were (1973), (I’ve Had) The Time of My Life (1987), Under the Sea (1989), Beauty and the Beast (1991), and My Heart Will Go On (1997).

Since inception, the theater has offered audiences a respite from the world, a place to forget the worries of life. The works of famous poet and playwright William Shakespeare drip with Biblical influences. The Book of Genesis from the Old testament is said to have been the inspiration for Shakespeare’s great farewell to the stage, The Tempest. From Biblical influences to liturgical chants, from to classical orchestras to the be big screen, a plethora of Jewish musicians, directors, singers, song writers, playwrights, and performers have brought entertainment and joy to people across the globe, the joy of letting one’s imagination run wild. In 1939, two Jews and a young Judy Garland did exactly that: they transported audiences across the country over the rainbow.

“In the Old and New Testaments of the Jews, the book of Divine righteousness, there are men, events, and words so great that there is nothing in Greek or Indian literature to compare with it.” –

-Friedrich Nietzsche

In Literature:  

There is a multitude of great literature written by Jewish authors in modern times. We can, however, thank the crypto-Judeo conversos subculture that developed during the Spanish Inquisition’s 250 years of Jewish persecution (from 1478-1834) for the creation of one of the Western world’s major genres of literature. Writing in The Spain of Fernando de Rojas, literary scholar Stephen Gilman states, “the conversos contributed many things to Spain… but what they contributed to the world was nothing less than the possibility of the major literary genre of modern times: the novel. Cervantes, and the men who provided him with this translation – Mateo Aleman, Alonso Nunez de Reinoso (Spain’s first reviver of the Byzantine novel), Jorge de Montemayor (creator of the first pastoral novel in Castilian), the anonymous author of Lazarillo de Tormes, Fernando de Rojas, the “sentimental novelist” Diego de San Pedro, and earliest of all, Alfonso Martinez de Toledo, who in the Corbachofirst brought speech into Castilian prose – were all, although certain scholars fight reargued battle in individual cases, conversos.” In addition to the novel, the essay was created by Michel de Montaigne who was a descendent of the Spanish-Jewish conversos.

It has been said that the single greatest legacy of the Jews is the Bible, “the most widely read and influential body of literature in all of human history.” The Bible has been translated into over 2,000 languages and has been the inspiration behind many of history’s great literary masterpieces, including Joseph and His Brothers by German novelist Thomas Mann, Paradise Lost by John Milton, and Dante’s Divine Comedy.

Translations of the Bible are constrained, strictly adhering to and preserving the original meaning of the Scriptures. Such restricted translation would at first appear to compromise the value and overall effect of the poetry therein. Yet, the Hebrew Bible’s Book of Psalms is arguably the world’s most beloved collection of poems, certainly the most recited. Of the Psalms, the Greek classicist and English statesman William Gladstone said, “All the wonders of the Greek civilization heaped together are less wonderful than the single Book of Psalms.”

Through the Jews came the most splendid and most peaceful spread of religion the Planet has known: the spread of Judaism and of Christianity through written and spoken Word. Through the spread of these religions and their values the bedrock of our great society was formed. The principles found in the Bible are the touch stone of Western civilization; a society built upon Judeo-Christian values. From our great society mankind has flourished. Of our great society, some of the world’s most brilliant minds and talented individuals were born. For our great society contributions of Jews were given.

No, white people didn’t build Western civilization: Jews and Christians of all colors lead the charge. Yet, Neo-Nazis are resigned to a collective weltering, wallowing in their inferiority and imprisoned within the concentration camps of their minds, dreaming of an ivory spring that never was and that will never come. Their cursed cause will remain defeated. The Jews have already won. Thank God for that!


To learn more about the Jewish influences on Western civilization and the many Jewish contributions to our society, go to www.jinfo.org.

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Coca-Cola, Ford and Xerox tell Planned Parenthood to remove their names from donor list

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Coca-Cola Ford and Xerox tell Planned Parenthood to remove their names from donor list

Supporting Planned Parenthood has been a badge of honor for many companies over the years, but recent revelations about selling murdered preborn baby parts and other bad press have made the abortion giant no longer a good association for many American companies. Notable large corporations including Coca-Cola, Ford, and Xerox have asked Planned Parenthood to remove their names from their published list of donors.

Planned Parenthood responded by removing the list of 41 corporations altogether.

But it isn’t just embarrassment that prompted the desire for removal. As it turns out, many of the companies on the list stopped donating to Planned Parenthood long ago.

“We checked our files for the last 20 years and have no record of Xerox Corp. contributing to Planned Parenthood,” a representative from Xerox told The Daily Signal.

Opinion

As I’ve said many times, fighting abortion cannot be one-sided. We can’t just focus on the political side of the battle and expect to win if we don’t first win the cultural battle. By highlighting the hideous activities of abortion providers like Planned Parenthood, we weaken their ability to spread their heinous message of death.

This is a huge win that won’t get much coverage. The left doesn’t want anyone to know there’s a large amount of disgust being sent towards Planned Parenthood and not just from ardent pro-life activists. The American people are finally becoming enlightened about the reality of life at conception, the pain felt by preborn babies, and the awful tactics used by Planned Parenthood and their allies.

We need to keep up the pressure. We have truth on our side.

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“Republicans are trying to ban women who receive Medicaid from getting care at Planned Parenthood. I’m sick & tired of these relentless attacks on Americans’ access to health care. My colleagues & I have joined a legal brief to support women’s access to Planned Parenthood.” – Kamala Harris

Final Thoughts

It’s telling that companies who were once proud to be supporters of Planned Parenthood are now hiding their contributions. This is a victory for the cultural side of the battle against abortion.

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Murder of sexually harassed Bangladeshi student Nusrat Jahan Rafi goes unnoticed by the left

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Murder of sexually harassed Bangladeshi student Nusrat Jahan Rafi goes unnoticed by the left

Nusrat Jahan Rafi died because she spoke out against a crime. She was murdered by her fellow Muslim adherents, some of whom were students who were possibly put through the same sexual attacks she was experiencing at the hands of her teacher. Despite this clear representation of the backwards nature of her situation, we have heard nothing from leftist politicians or alleged women’s advocates.

Nothing.

She allegedly being touched inappropriately by the head teacher at her Islamic school and reported it to the authorities. Following the arrest of the teacher, she was lured to the top of a building and told by a large group of burqa-clad individuals who demanded she retract her police report. When she said she wouldn’t, they dowsed her in kerosene and lit her on fire, then tried to make it appear as if she committed suicide in shame.

She survived, recorded a video naming some who attacked her, then died 10 days after the attack.

Opinion

Honor is very much embedded into the teachings of Quran. It’s quite sad that interpretations of what is entailed in honor rarely mean a woman’s right to protect herself or bring justice to those who harm her, particularly in areas where fundamental Islam is practiced and preached.

But what’s really disappointing is the lack of a response by the very people who claim to defend Islam in America. The profess to be opposed to hate crimes, then are silent when crimes like this are committed. Is this not a hate crime? Was this young lady not victimized because of her faith? By those who profess her faith?

The hypocrisy from the left when real victims are harmed is disgusting.

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“Incredibly sad and difficult to share. In my experience, most people don’t want this knowledge, but not talking about these crimes only helps perpetrators.” – Soraya Chemaly

Final Thoughts

Nusrat Jahan Rafi bravery and tragedy are both being ignored by American activists and politicians who claim to be advocates for Muslim women. If this isn’t the type of persecution that should be heard, what is?

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Easter is a pagan holiday

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Easter is a pagan holiday

And here we are once again, that annual gathering of family and friends. We’re dressed in our best attire for the occasion. The smell of old oak pews and perfume fill the air. The Sunday morning sunrise is beautiful this time of year. Indeed, this time of year is different. We’re surrounded by tulips, lilies and marshmallow bunnies galore. Our hands still have a remnant of the blue, red, yellow and green from the night before.

We just never asked out loud. What would they think if we started nosing around… it’s all about Jesus isn’t it?  After all, the kids were happy that their baskets were full of candy. We had fun as a family dying the eggs, so what could be wrong with that? It’s the intent that counts.

It’s not the intention that’s dangerous. It’s the blatant ignorance, one that we happily share with family and friends year after year. The questions have crossed our minds surely on more than one occasion. What does a bunny have to do with Christ’s death and resurrection anyway? Why do we dye eggs and hide them?

When a child asks the most simple of questions about this special event, our answer will usually be along the lines of, “well, it represents new life, a re-birth.” That’s what we were told. It sounds good, and most times those answers subdue the confusion, at least for the time being.

I do believe the tale of the Easter bunny is very fitting for this time of year, actually – tall tale that we convince our children is real until it no longer makes sense. Quite simply, it’s a lie. Is it any wonder that our children don’t trust us when we tell them of God? Is God just another Easter bunny or Santa Claus that they eventually find out never existed?

I did the unheard of one year not long ago. I read the Bible to get the answers to the questions about Easter. I figured it must be in the Bible somewhere…right? Jesus’ death was certainly recorded, so then the holiday we celebrate to honor that event must be too. And it was. I found it, right there in His words. But the weird thing is, it’s not called Easter. No bunnies. Lo and behold, no eggs either! Nothing about candy or sunrise services. Not even a gathering on Sunday. But, a very special meal that was prepared early specifically because Jesus wanted to celebrate it with His disciples before He died.  And He did this to give the reason for celebrating it in the first place. It was for the purpose to remember the Lamb of God, the sacrifice, and the fulfilled prophecy. This celebration of remembrance was continued year after year by those who followed Him. Thus, it would be sufficient for us to celebrate as well. In fact, a blessing!

Then came more questions. Jesus answered all of them and then some. His answers were not what I was expecting. He gave me an ear full, as if He had been waiting for that very moment all my life. And that’s when I realized who was really to blame for me being so ignorant. All I had to do was ask.

This time, my answers came from the mouth of the One whom I thought I was honoring and what I learned was hard to accept initially. It wasn’t because I would no longer dye and hide eggs. It was because I had been doing the very thing God had said not to do.  Being that we are Gentiles makes no difference if we too do exactly what Jesus warned His own people of.  Doing that was harder to live with than telling my family I couldn’t be there.  It’s a decision we have to make. Not just whether we will participate in “religious” holidays that in reality have nothing to do with Him, but whether or not we are willing to let go of the easier path for Him.

It won’t be easy if you make such a major change in your life. And believe me, many Christians will put you down for it. They will argue their justification until you’re worn down. But, stick to His word and you shall not be deceived. It can’t be argued against. However, with that said, we are not claiming that any Christian is a “true” Christian just because they are aware of the truth and abandon false traditions. Nor does it mean those that chose to continue in those traditions are not real believers. We are simply trying to point you back to the word – His word – as your only justification for any tradition that is for the purpose of honoring our Messiah.

His answers are not meant to subdue the confusion for a short time, but to enlighten us for eternity.

In reality, it’s a part of the deceptions that are gaining more traction to push those who want to be followers of Yeshua away from the truth of the word. I find it rather curious as to why all these traditions we have involve candy. Don’t you? It’s somewhat indicative of the temptations we face, a lure if you will that gets us involved and interested at a very early age. What kid doesn’t like candy?

Don’t take our word for it. Research it yourself.

Below is an image we created from the words of David J Meyer of Last Trumpet Ministries International. Please verify with the Lord what we are sharing with you. Do not ask man to answer questions that they themselves have. Ask the One who really knows. I figured it might be a good idea if we took the time to actually honor our Messiah by reading what He had to say. Maybe then we can better understand what eggs and bunnies really have to do with it.

We hope that with finding out the truth you will be able to have a true relationship with our Lord and Savior, one that is much deeper and more profound than what man could ever imagine with his made up stories and traditions.

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