Hurricane Harvey: G-d’s Curse!

In its Today’s issue of the Édouard de Rothschild-owned anti-Islam French magazine Charlie Hebdo has claimed that the recent Hurricane Harvey which has killed 22 people and US$42 billion property damage in Houston so far, was an act of G-d to punish Jew-hating neo-Nazis in Texas.

The front-page cartoon headlined G-d exists, He drowned all the neo-Nazis of Texas, shows people drowning amid Nazi flags.

I wondered if the bigots at Charlie Hebdo know that Texas happens to be home to 120,000 Jews. But then, the Zionist (Frankist) Jews have a long history of collaboration with Nazis.

Charlie Hebdo boosted its sale when it became part of Israel’s 2015 false flag operation (here, here) to stir-up religious hatred by re-publishing insulting cartoons of the Prophet of Islam which were created by Flemming Rose, the Zionist Jew editor of the Danish newspaper Jyllands-Posten in 2005.

This is not the first time such claim has been made. The Hurricane Sandy,  Hurricane Isaac and Hurricane Katrina had all been claimed to be act of Biblical G-d to punish Americans for not protecting Israel and Jews.

On August 25, Evangelical pastor Scotty Smith said at The Gospel Coalition that Hurricane Harvey and other storms are meant to test Christians’ presence as He did to His son Christ by putting him on the Cross 2000 years ago.

I love the way American names the natural tragedies which are result of environment abuses. For example, the Hurricane IKE which killed 74 people and US$37 billion property damage in late 2008 was named after the former US president David Eisenhower, or the Swedish Jew.

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