Saturday, April 16, 2016

How the typical politician in North America attempts to garner the Jewish vote...

...by worshiping Jewish talmudic totems




It was refreshing earlier this week to see a politician, John Kasich, confront a group of yeshiva students and their rabbi, on their ignorance of God’s word. (see, The ignorance of the rabbis and their talmud students) This behavior was very different than the typical North American politician who usually caves into the delusions and lies of the rabbis.  A few days later LewRockwell.com published an essay, The Babylonian Talmud vs. the Colorado GOP.  This column says that the Republican Party needs to clean up its act with the ‘morals’ of Moses Maimonides and a ‘few gems of wisdom’ from the the Talmud.  Michael Hoffman over at On the Contrary has republished this piece and has a few apt comments concerning this advice. (see, Republican Party is told to follow the Talmud) Below are a selection of videos of various politicians kowtowing to Jewish talmudic totems.  It is by no means an exhaustive list and please feel free to add other video clips in the comments section.  How much longer will politicians and society in general continue to be spellbound by these kabbalistic magicians?


Ted Cruz


Donald Trump


Marco Rubio


Rick Perry


Arnold Schwarzenegger


George W. Bush


George W. Bush #2


Barack Obama


Barack Obama #2


Stephen Harper


Bill Clinton & Rudy Giuliani


Various politicians visit the Western Wall




Canada and the United States of America appear to have an official religion don’t they?

2 comments:

  1. Yes it's obvious however if anything is going to change we must have a starting point to get the ball rolling.
    Working from the inside peacefully little by little is a way to change things.
    Please feel free to correct me if I'm wrong.

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  2. No one of any integrity would compromise their beliefs by attending a religious ceremony belonging to a different faith.If they do then they obviously do not take religion seriously ,and use it as a political tool.

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