America’s internationally-known author, womens’ rights activist, Marianne Williamson, is a Zionist Jew and blind supporter of Israel. She considers the Islamic Republic of Iran to be non-democratic, oppressive and its government not ‘sane’. She said she has no problem with Ahmadinejad, because he doesn’t rule Iran. She has problem with Ayatullahs who rules Iran from behind the screen.
Marianne Williamson was recently interviewed by Kevin Barrett PhD on the Truth Jihad Radio. The interview, in full, can be read here.
“The way I look at Israel, I look at Israel the way I look at United states: The people of Israel are not the government of Israel… Any more than the people of the United States are the government of the United States. So even though I don’t, for the most part, agree with the government of Israel at all – and also as a Jew, because I am a Jew and committed to the existence of Israel,” Marianne told Barrett.
She stated that she doesn’t believe in the 9/11 official story either. “To have questions about 9/11, to me, is no different than having questions about the Warren Commission. And I don’t believe in the single bullet theory of the Kennedy assassination either,” she said.
Marianne got upset when the Belfast-born investigative journalist and author Finian Cunningham gave his comments about Iran’s victory over US imperialism at the NAM summit in Tehran. She called his following comment “absurd”.
“Washington, London, and France claim to be the international community. What international community? They’re a clique of neo-imperialists! Meanwhile, the rest of the world – 120 nations – are gravitating to Iran to support Iran and support that nation’s development. So it’s a great (middle) finger (held) up to Washington, London, France, and the has-been, neo-colonialist, neo-imperialist nations,” said Cunningham.
Marianne who preaches morality and non-violence at her website, Sister Giant – her morality, however, revolves around Judaism, Holocaust and the state of Israel. In her morality, there is no place for the Jewish victims – Palestinians, Lebanese and the rest of Arabs.
Earlier in an interview with Christian website, Beliefnet, entitled ‘What Marianne Williamson Believes About Jesus’ – she had claimed that she admires Jesus because he was Jewish. On Jesus being ‘Son of God’, Marianne called it “hogwash!”. She said “We are all sons of God”. On Jesus being born to Virgin Mary, Marianne said she is not sure – but as a believer in miracles, the biblical story might be true. When she was asled if she agreed that Jews were involved in Christ crucification – she called the allegation “absurd”. She said Jesus had to die to prove his miracle of Resurection. She claimed Jews don’t reject Jesus. However, they don’t accept him Messiah as they were waiting for a powerful leader who could lead them against the Roman occupiers.
“Jesus was Jewish to the Core ….. I feel that my love and connection to Jesus is firmly rooted in my Judaism,” she told William J. Elliott. I bet Marianne believes the Christians are such an ignorant people that they don’t know how many times Jesus cursed the Jews in the New Testament and how Jewish Talmus insults Jesus, his mother Mary and the Christians. Read the truth from a Christian scholar, here.
Historically, Jesus was not a Jew as no Jewish community existed during his time. He was from Hebrew tribe of al-Imran and related to prophet John the Baptist by his mother Mary’s side. The historic Palestine was a province of Roman empire and the followers of Moses Law (Torah) never called themselve ‘Jews’.
American historian and a ‘self-hating Jew’, Benjamin H. Freedman died 1984) also believed that Jesus was not a Jew. “This ‘big lie’ technic is brainwashing USA Christians into believing that Jesus Christ was “King of the Jews”, in the sense that so-called ‘Jews’ today call themselves ‘Jews’. This reference was first made in English translations of the Old and New Testaments, centuries before the so-called Jews highjacked the word ‘Jew’ in the 19th A.D. century to palm themselves off on the Christian world as having a kinship with Jesus Christ. This alleged kinship comes from the myth of their common ancestry with the so-called ‘Jews’ of the Holy Land in the Old Testament history, a fiction based on fable,” wrote Freedman.