This election, somehow, the Jewish Lobby is very allergic to any religious group – Jewish, Christian, Evangelic, Hindu, and even atheist, which dares to throw its support behind Donald Trump – a threat to Israel’s choice for the next US President, Hillary Clinton.
On October 16, I posted Donald Trump being endorsed by anti-Muslim Hindu extremists group, The Republican Hindu Coalition.
Today, I came across an article by professor Finnian M.M. Gerety (Brown University), entitled, “What does Trump has to do with the Hindu sacred syllable, om?“, published at The Conversation website on October 24, 2016. The Zionist propaganda website appeared in the US in 2014 though originally began in Australia by Andrew Jaspan in 2011. Jaspan got fired at Melbourne’s The Age for posting an anti-Israel editorial. According to the website it receives funds from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and several Ivy League universities.
Gerety claims that Donald Trump’s obnoxious rants have nothing to do with any of those religious symbols. “Indian spirituality would seem to have little in common with Trump’s public persona that has been described by the media as reflecting “narcissism, disagreeableness, grandiosity“,” he said.
Gerety also tries to prove that like diversified meaning of symbol Om among Hindu, Buddhist, Jain and Sikh communities – the Republican Hindu Coalition doesn’t represent 2.2 million America’s Hindu population.
Personally, I think Gerety has a point there. However, does the good professor know there is Republican for Israel, and even Republican spies for Israel. I bet Gerety would never call them representatives of America’s five million Jewish population, many of whom carry Israel citizenship also.
The Organized Jewry happens to hate Hinduism’s most sacred symbol WSASTIKA. For example, the Jewish Lobby has condemned the Academy of Model Aeronautics’ October magazine cover showing a plane with Swastka.