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henrymakow.com – Aug 27, 2020

Every day governments pass new laws banning opposition to Israeli policies as “anti-semitic.” Numerous states have outlawed Boycott and Divestment
No one can justify genocide, but the stigma attached to this term is devious mind control. Anti-semitism is legitimate resistance to the pernicious agenda of organized Jewry and Freemasonry, i.e. the NWO.
Most Jews and non-Jews are unaware that since antiquity Jews consistently have been reviled for good reason. 
Jews are in a state of willful denial. They don’t realize that Judaism is governed by Cabala which is Satanism. The essence of Judaism is to take God’s place, destroy Christianity and dispossess non-Jews, exemplified by Communism which rabbis equate with Judaism. First, Jews were possessed by Cabalism; then society as a whole, thanks to Freemasonry. We are witnessing the effect daily in constant Communist attacks on society and in the platform of the Democratic (Communist) Party.
I am considered an antisemite. In fact, I am a witness to God (Truth.) I have earned more goodwill for Jews than most other Jews. Pretty good for an “anti-semite!” I prove not all Jews are party to the sinister agenda of organized Jewry and show that Freemasons (non-Jewish Satanists) are equally culpable.
Like its spawn Freemasonry, Judaism is a secret society. Only the initiated know the true agenda. The rest are deceived and manipulated. Uninitiated Jews must oppose the NWO, or be human shields for the Illuminati. The Illuminati are responsible for the Jewish holocaust and will not hesitate to throw uninitiated Jews, like my family, under the bus again.
“Anti-Semitism is not an irrational hatred or sickness in the Gentile soul, as Jews imagine. It is a healthy defense mechanism of mainly Christian and Moslem nations that are threatened by a gradual and insidious process of extinction (i.e. world government.)”

The Riddle of Anti Semitism

by Henry Makow Ph.D. — Updated from March 17, 2009

“We’re being flooded by Jews,” a Canadian immigration officer remarked to his associate.
The year was 1951. He was checking the papers of a young couple with a baby.
My father understood English. He had narrowly survived the Jewish holocaust by passing as a Pole. This was his welcome to Canada.
Luckily it was not a harbinger. We encountered little discrimination and my family prospered.
Nonetheless, my parents wanted to assimilate. They gave their children English-sounding names and hardly associated with the Jewish community. The extent of our Jewish observance was that my mother lit the candles on Friday and we celebrated the major holidays.
My parents rarely spoke of my grandparents who had perished. They seemed to regard being Jewish as a curse.
I did assimilate. It’s ironic therefore that my father had disowned me because I tried to understand anti Semitism other than in simplistic terms. (We have since reconciled.)
Nothing can justify the Nazi policy of genocide but you’d think Jews would want to understand how a catastrophe of this magnitude occurred. How else can we ensure ordinary Jews will not be sacrificed as “burnt offerings” again?


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