From: Messianic Bible
Sent: Thursday, October 27, 2011 1:45 PM
Subject: Bjoern, READ how Jews and Israel are being BLAMED for Wall Street economic downturn—Again
When anti-Semitic values are widespread, the Jewish People often are
blamed for a financial crisis during economic downturn, as history
so well bears out.
Occupy Wall Street protests are tainted with anti-
Recent anti-Semitic sentiments souring Occupy Wall Street protests
indicate that anti-Semitic values have become widespread.
While many Holocaust survivors (6 million Jews were murdered in the
greatest anti-Semitic attack in history) thought that they would never
again see the rise of anti-Semitism in their lifetimes, recently there has
been a disturbing growth of anti-Semitism around the world.
The hateful fringe of the Occupy Wall Street (OWS) movement is one theatre
where anti-Semitism has once again reared its ugly head with blatantly
The phenomenon of OWS rallies have been taking place in 100 cities in the
United States and more than 1,500 cities globally.
A disturbing number of protesters at the OWS rallies have been holding signs
and/or loudly promoting classic anti-Semitic beliefs about Jews controlling the
banks and conspiring to manipulate the global economy.
What’s more, the other protesters and people passing by often didn’t
challenge the anti-Semitic sentiments being expressed, and in some
cases agreed with the speakers.
Occupy Wall Street
Videos of Anti-Semitic Protest on YouTube
Several YouTube videos have been posted online which show OWS
protesters giving speeches and interviews blaming the Jews for America’s
and the world’s economic difficulties.
One such protester, Patricia McAllister, from Los Angeles, California, identified
herself as an employee of the Los Angeles Unified School District and said:
“I think that the Zionist Jews, who are running these big banks and our
Federal Reserve, which is not run by the federal government—they need to
be run out of this country.”
Sadly, such sentiments are not isolated. Some protestors have also been
bellowing that “the Jews control Wall Street” and telling people to
“Google, Wall Street Jews.”
Furthermore, some of the signs at rallies in the US and Europe show support
for Israel’s enemies, including terrorist groups like Hamas and Hezbollah.
At the Occupy Chicago rally, Hatem Abudayyeh, the Executive Director of
the Chicago-based Arab American Action Network, addressed the crowd
regarding Israel, calling Benjamin Netanyahu a fool and praising the global
boycott of Israel.
Last week, the Anti-Defamation League (ADL), a Jewish organization
fighting anti-Semitism, issued a formal public request for the organizers,
participants and supporters of the worldwide ‘Occupy Wall Street’ movement
to condemn anti-Semitic signs and comments that have appeared at some
of the protest rallies across the United States and around the world.
The ADL acknowledged that the anti-Semitic individuals probably don’t
represent the mainstream of the OWS movement.
However the statement warned that “history demonstrates time and again how
economic downturns can embolden anti-Semites to spread malicious conspiracy
theories and promote stereotypes about Jews and money. As a consequence,
these statements must not be left unchallenged.”
The burning of Wiesbaden Synagogue: When
anti-Semitism goes unchallenged, the results
are devestation. During their heinous reign, the
Nazis burned many synagogues in Germany.
Anti-Israel Origins of the Occupy Wall Street Protests
While the Occupy Wall Street movement was not founded in anti-Semitism,
the movement is tainted by its menacing undercurrents.
The Occupy Wall Street protests were initiated by a Canadian activist group
Adbusters founder and editor Kalle Lasn has a history of anti-Jewish writing.
For instance, in 2004 he published a blacklist of American Jews in an Adbusters
article entitled “Why Won’t Anyone Say They Are Jewish?”
In 2009, the magazine published a deceptive comparison of the Gaza
Strip (where Arabs drive luxury cars and enjoy the beach, while Arab
terrorists bomb Israel from Gaza residents’ backyards, terrorizing and
killing the Jews) to the Warsaw Ghetto where 254,000 Jews were sent
to Nazi death camps to be exterminated, and another 300,000 Jews were
murdered by the Nazis in the ghetto.
Though the comparison is more than absurd, many have bought into it.
Jews forced to march with a star of David in Nazi Germany, Nov. 10,1938
Anti-Semitism: More than a Blame Game
Though it’s human nature to find a scapegoat in times of economic or political
distress, hateful anti-Semitic rhetoric left unchallenged has a way
of making its way from the fringe to the mainstream, as it did in Nazi
Once in power, the Nazis put into play more than 2000 anti-Jewish measures,
including laws restricting Jews from certain jobs and government.
If we keep a close watch on Israel, the Jewish people, and Bible prophecy,
we can know what time it is in God’s plan.
Israel and the Jewish people are God’s timepiece – and today all the signs
point that we are in the last hours.
According to Bible Prophecy there will be a spiritual revival in Israel in the
End of Days (Zechariah 13:9).
However the Jewish people must first return to their Homeland from where
they were dispersed 2000 years ago.
Between the years 66-70 AD, the Romans killed an estimated one
million Jews, destroyed the Temple in Jerusalem, and scattered the Jewish
People to the four corners of the earth.
At the end of 1949, as Jews fled to Israel, 90,000 had to be temporarily
housed in immigration camps in Israel such as the one above. By the end
of 1951, the number of Jewish refugees had swelled to over 220,000 people.
The return began in the late 1800’s and then en masse with the Holocaust
which led to the re-establishment of Israel, fulfilling Isaiah 66. All of the main
aliyahs (Jewish immigrations to Israel), including Jews from the Arab
countries, were due to anti-Semitism and persecution in these foreign
Today, just under half of the Jewish people worldwide are in Israel.
However, there are still large Jewish populations in Europe and North
America, where anti-Semitism and persecution could force them back to Israel.
Today, there are 375,000 Jews in Canada, 300,000 in England, 480,000
Jews in France, 200,000 in Russia, 190,000 in Argentina, and 5.5 million
in the United States.
Will the worldwide global economic downturn spark yet another
persecution of the Jewish people?
Christian denominations such as the Presbyterians, Lutherans, and
Methodists have only fueled anti-Semitism. These denominations are
steeped in replacement theology, and have pushed their tens of millions
of members worldwide to boycott Israel which feeds anti-Semitism.
Boycotts are designed to fuel anti-Semitism and cripple Israel economically.
In a recent comment on the Kennebec Journal website, one writer posted,
“As a Christian and an American, I feel that if I didn’t speak out about the
anti-Semitic rhetoric coming from the Occupy America crowd, I would be
as morally guilty as a German Christian on November 9, 1938, or Kristallnacht.”
Kristallnacht, known as the Night of Broken Glass, was a series of
attacks against Jews in which their homes and shops were ransacked and
destroyed. More than 600 Jewish synagogues were destroyed and 267 set
The trigger of the attacks was followed by further economic and
political persecution of Jews in Nazi Germany which led to the Final
Solution (the extermination of 6 million Jews).
We urge our partners to stand with Israel and not be silent in the face of
While Occupy Wall Street and its accompanying anti-Semitic sentiment may
come to nothing, the groundwork for something big and ugly to come
may be in the process of being laid.
Model of the Vatican
Vatican Pushes for a Central Global Bank
On Tuesday, a document released by the Vatican titled “Toward reforming
the International Financial and Monetary Systems in the Context of Global
Public Authority” called for the creation of a new global authority that would
include “a kind of central world bank” to regulate the world’s financial
The paper also proposed a tax on financial transactions.
This takes the world a step closer to fulfilling End Time Bible prophecy
about a one world economy and government.
End Time Bible prophecy tells us that the entire world will turn against
the Jews in the Last Days. And it does seem that the world is moving
in this direction.
“This is the word of the LORD concerning Israel. … On that day, when all
the nations of the earth are gathered against her, I will make Jerusalem an
immovable rock for all the nations. All who try to move it will injure
themselves.’” (Zechariah 12:1-3)
“I will bless those who bless you.” (Genesis 12:3)
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