The Holocaust as Trauma Brainwashing — Sept 25, 2018

Arendt HannahIn the 1960’s the Jewish philosopher, Hannah Arendt, right, was slandered and ostracized when she concluded that “almost without exception” the Jewish leadership were Zionists who cooperated with the Nazis. The Zionist-Nazis collusion must be kept quiet in order to give Israel the moral license to conquer Palestine and the Middle East. 
“My flock has become a prey…because there was no shepherd, nor did my shepherds search for my flock, but the shepherds fed themselves…” Ezekiel 34:8

by Henry Makow Ph.D.

Israel’s most potent psychological weapon is the Holocaust. The Zionist battle cry is “Never again!”
In an article Monday, I suggested that the real motivation behind traumatic events like Hiroshima and Sept. 11 might be to impose a new mental paradigm upon humanity. Zionists and their globalist sponsors may have contributed to the severity of the holocaust for the same reason.
Because of the Holocaust, the world became convinced that Jews needed their own country. The Palestinians were identified (in many minds) with the Nazis, and the Israelis were given moral sanction to drive them from their homes and subjugate them. Criticism of Israel is often equated with Nazi anti-Semitism.
As a psychological weapon, the holocaust also serves an array of NWO causes.
The world is divided into heroic victims (Jews) and haters (Nazis). The “victims”, who are funded by George Soros, include oppressed women, homosexuals, and the minority flavor-of-the-day. The “haters” are the intolerant people who defend the things the globalists want to destroy: nuclear family, religion, democracy, individualism, and nationhood. The haters are “right-wingers” for whom the tolerant liberals have “zero tolerance.”
It is not my intention to mitigate Nazi responsibility for the Jewish holocaust but to scrutinize its use by Zionists and globalists as a psychological weapon. Before I continue, I had better declare myself.
I am a non-observant, non-self-hating Canadian Jew who believes in God and Christ’s gospel of love. My grandparents all died in the holocaust; my parents narrowly survived by passing as non-Jews. I lived in Israel in 1972-3 but left because Israelis seemed as materialistic as Canadians. Israel also struck me as a country that devoured its own people.
Nevertheless, I remained a Zionist until 2002 when I discovered its hidden imperialist character. Still, I support Israel’s existence within the 1967 boundaries, with restitution to the Palestinians. I believe most Israelis and Jews have been hoodwinked as I was.


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