Kevin Barrett- Zionist Terror Pits Christians Vs Muslims – April 12, 2019

(February and March 2019 witnessed a record 47 attacks on Catholic sites in Europe)

“MSM propagandists, including phoney alt-right outlets run by Zionists, want to confound patriots by hyping the ‘Muslim immigrant’ or ‘Islamic invasion’ threat. What they don’t want you to know about Islam is that Muslims are the world’s biggest potential allies of Christianity. Hindus and Buddhists have no use for Jesus; Jews and atheists detest Jesus, but Muslims love and revere Jesus. Given half a chance, real Muslims, the ones who pray five times a day and attend the local mosque would step forward to defend Christian holy places against pussy rioters and other vandals.”
The white nationalists are partly right: The Zionist New World Order and its bought-and-paid-for mainstream media are conspiring to destroy Western culture. But they haven’t figured out that this is a religious, not racial issue.

By Kevin Barrett,



Western culture, like every culture, is held together by religion. That source of social cohesion is under attack. A cabal of Satanists, dominated by heretical ethnic Jews, has been waging all-out war on Christianity and Islam for at least the past 500 years.
Don Isaac Abravanel (1437-1508), Netanyahu’s family hero and role model, was the first modern Zionist. Abravanel preached a pragmatic plan to create a Jewish state in the Holy Land while taking revenge on Christians and Muslims by tricking them into fighting each other in an apocalyptic war that would destroy both religions and leave Zionist Jews masters of the world. A little over five centuries later,  Abravanel’s plan’  hyped by Bibi’s father Benzion Netanyahu is nearing fruition.
A key Zionist weapon is Satanism. Following in the footsteps of Abravanel, Shabtai  Tsvi, and Jacob Frank, the Rothschild dynasty financed satanic secret societies, including the notorious Illuminati, to seduce Western elites away from Christianity and undermine Euro-American culture.


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4 responses to “Kevin Barrett- Zionist Terror Pits Christians Vs Muslims”

  1. The Koran
    (The Opening)

    1. Praise be to Allah, Lord of the Worlds.
    2. The Beneficent, the Merciful.
    3. Owner of the Day of Judgment.
    4. Thee we worship; Thee we ask for help.
    5. Show us the straight path,
    6. The path of those whom Thou hast favoured;
    7. Not of those who earn Thine anger nor of those who go astray.

    The above is a quote from the first chapter of the Koran. This opening statement is an essential part of the Muslim worship, and is referred to as ” the Lord’s Prayer ” of the Muslims.

    In my letter to the believer, I mentioned that the number ” seven ” , denotes completeness. Notice that the opening statement of the Koran has seven verses. This means that the opening statement is complete. It is also a summary of the Koran.

    The word ” Islam ” means total submission to God, for those believers that are skeptical, let me remind you, total submission, is what the message according to the gospel is all about.

    ” Say: O People of the Scripture! Ye have naught till ye observe the Torah and the Gospel and that which was revealed unto you from your Lord. That which is revealed unto you ( Muhammad ) from thy Lord is certain to increase the contumacy and disbelief of many of them. But grieve not for the disbelieving folk.”
    Surah 5:68

    The faithful witness
    Source “Believers Information Network”

  2. `As with most articles placed in your forum, there are several questionable points – chief amongst them is the unfortunate myth that Buddhists and Hindu’s have no, ‘USE FOR jESUS’…. which seems to imply a lack of regard, respect and affection for the Jesus figure. I belong to no camp myself yet have sympathies with the best aspects of all religions – and I say the ‘Jesus figure’, because in my way of thinking it matters not whether Jesus actually existed, the principles which he supposedly preached are to this reader, evidently practical and more importantly, right, humane and compassionate…but lets not get lost in the euphoria here. Such principles were embedded in to culture, myth and religion long before Christ – and right across the globe – most universal and obvious amongst them, ‘Do unto others as you would have done unto you’…and before spouting off about Jesus’ exclusivity to Western traditions it might be wise to consider Jesus’ grave that is visited by huge numbers every year in Ladakh – which was prior to Brit colonial saboutage, part of Hindustan – it may even surprise ‘christians’ to know there are even followers of Jesus in India and beyond originally contemporaneous with the period in question – As if there isn’t enough ignorance, possessiveness and insecurity around religion, ‘civilisation’ and belonging – perhaps we should educate ourselves more fully on these important subjects before we mislead even more people and inadvertently pit one against the other? Let’s face it, we’ve only had a few 1000 years to figure it out and we still can’t grasp the basics – U N I T Y !-

  3. Seb – thank you for that. It is extraordinary to find people who do not understand theses things. All religions are the same – except that I do not think Judaism is a religion but rather it is a political cult, designed originally by the “sinister Levites.” (Douglas Reed)
    But what is all the more amazing is that Christianity was the spiritual way of the Egyptians and was usurped by the Essenes – who were Jews! Even The Torah was Egyptian.
    I really, really recommend the scholarly and wonderful book by D.M. Murdock “Christ in Egypt.” There are others.
    “IUSA the KRST was born in a stable on the 25th. Dec. of a Virgin called IsisMery, He taught in the Temple at age 12 and was baptised at age 30 by Anup the Baptiser,
    He had 12 companions, walked on water, healed the sick and raised the dead.
    He was crucified, died and was buried in a tomb of rock. He was resurrected, naturally.
    It is all in the Pyramid Texts and the Book of the Dead!

  4. I would like to correct the misconception that Hindus have no use for Jesus. I’m from India and a Hindu. I say that the message of Jesus is precious and timeless. The same ideas are also present in the hallowed teachings of Upanishads. There is some resentment in society against Christianity (not Christ) because of the conversion activities of the missionaries of the Church.