Category Archives: Contemporary religions

Hindus were better off under Pakistan than Bangladesh

Prime minister Hasina Mujib Wajid Sheikh, an Indian agent, government is planning to eliminate Islam as the state religion which is practiced by 87% of the country’s 162 million citizens. Hindus make 12% of the country’s population.

On November 22, 2016, Taj Hashmi, in an article, entitled, Attacks On Minorities In Bangladesh: Not Communal But Fascistic by Nature, whined that Bengali Muslims are against minorities’ rights to practice their religion. Hashmi claims that every time an anti-Islam statement is made by Hindu or Christian religious leaders, writers or bloggers – Muslims attack and ransack temples and churches.

The attacks on dozens of Hindu temples and destruction of hundreds of Hindu houses in Nasirnagar alone were based on wild rumours about one local Hindu youth’s offensive Facebook posting against Islam. However, these are false flag operations to justify the attacks on local Hindus. The main motive of the attacks, as the National Human Rights Commission observes, was “to grab Hindu property,” says Hashmi.

I suggest Taj Hashmi try to insult his adopted country’s (United States) main religion, the Holocaust, and find out the rights of freedom of speech in the US.

On June 6, 2016, Bangladesh Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan accused Israeli agents of carrying out the recent assassinations of country’s anti-Islam Hindu and other minority intellectuals and bloggers. He claimed that he had the proof of Israel’s involvement in those murders blamed on religious Muslim groups.

Then to support his lies, Hashmi quote Indian Hindu journalist Basant Chatterjee who wrote that “the average Bangladeshi Muslims were much more anti-Hindu and anti-Indian than their immediate past generation who had grown up during the Pakistani period.”

If that’s true – then as a witness during 1967-69 to Bengali hatred towards non-Bengali Pakistani Muslims – I hate to say East Pakistani Hindus deserved it for carrying India’s proxy war against West Pakistan in order to make Bangladesh an Indian colony.

Professor Mohammed Ayoob (Michigan State University) and senior fellow at Israel advocacy group, Center for Global Policy – writing at Jewish site, The National Interest (July 7, 2016), disagrees with Hashmi. He claimed that majority of Bangladeshi Muslims are secularists, thus more tolerant towards non-Muslim minorities, and India than Pakistani Muslims majority of whom hate non-Muslim minorities and India.

Taj Hashmi teaches ‘Security Studies’ at Austin Peay State University (APSU) in Clarksville, Tennessee, and author of several books, is an anti-Islam, anti-Pakistan Bengali academic. He never raised his voice against Hasina government’s arrest of over 3,000 Islamists and hanging of half a dozen leaders of the banned Jama’at-e-Islami which opposed the creation of Bangladesh out of the former Eastern-wing of Pakistan.

APSU is an Evangelical institution. Its current president Dr. Alisa White claims that she and her family celebrate both Christmas and Jewish Hanukhah.

Pope Francis: Abortion is kosher…

JPII+auschwitz+death+wall[1]Today, the Jewish media, from CNN, NPR, WSJ, Guardian to Newsmax, have hailed the news that Pope Francis after apologizing to gay community now has given every Catholic priest the Lord Christ power to forgive a Christian woman who committed the sin of abortion.

I restate as firmly as I can that abortion is a grave sin, since it put an end to an innocent life, but there is no sin that God’s mercy cannot reach and wipe away when it find a repentant heart seeking to be reconciled with Him,” said Holy Pope.

I henceforth grant to all priests, in virtue of their ministry, the faculty to absolve those who have committed the sin of procured abortion. The provision I had made in this regard, limited to the duration of the Extraordinary Holy Year, is hereby extended,” he said.

To this day, this divine power was only held by bishops or special confessors.

So why the Jewish media, which never misses a chance to insult Christianity and Islam, is excited by Francis’ latest decree? Because like pornography and LGBT, the abortion Industry is also monopolized by Zionist Jews.

According to 2013 90% PEW survey, 90% of American Jews are pro-choice. The Jewish-controlled Western Feminist movement is an active player of this crime against humanity. Feminist lobby has the enthusiasm of religious zealots. They pressure politicians to be pro-choice, engage celebrities to rally for the cause, and strongly advocate voters to vote for a woman’s right to choose. They protest, raise their angry voices, boldly hold up pro-choice signs, and viciously demonize those who speak up for the rights of the unborn.

The abortion industry is not only the joyful recipient of a very successful and lucrative business it also helps keep the non-White population under control. An average of 500,000 Black babies are killed annually in United States.

India is world’s top abortionist nation. Last year, according to Indian media, 2,000 abortions were carried per day while a woman died every two hours due to unsafe abortion practice.

In April 2016, a documents released by the US House Select Panel on Infant Lives admitted that abortion facilities like Planned Parenthood have participated in an elaborate human fetal tissue procurement network designed to harvest, package and profit from the sale of parts from aborted children.

And we all know, Israel tops the world in human organ harvesting.

UK’s Chief Rabbi: Jews and Christians are one happy family!

On November 14, 2016, Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, a Crypto Jew, and UK’s Chief Rabbi Ephraim Mirvis held a day interfaith conference, titled, In Good Faith, at Lambeth Palace. The conference was attended by several priests and rabbis representing Anglican churches and synagogues from all over United Kingdom.

Addressing the gathering Ephraim Mirvis said: Today, we are gathering together as family. He was referring to the very first couple on Earth, Adam and Eve.

Mirvis claim was echoed earlier in June 2014 by the Catholic Pope Francis, who said: Inside every Christian is a Jew. He was referring to Jesus being Jewish.

An apologetic Justin Welby stressed that he was not saying that relations between Christians and Jews in the past had only been superficial and ceremonial, but he said: “it is ever more important that the faith groups – and particularly because of the history that we share, of much tragedy and many appalling and terrible things from within the Christian community – it is really important that we are able to demonstrate an ability to deal with difference and seek the flourishing of the country in which we live.”

During the day rabbis and priests considered four topics: the challenge of sustaining faith communities, combating religious extremism, the Holy Land and its implications for inter-religious relations, and opportunities to contribute towards good together. Interestingly, no discussion on Jesus and his mother Mary who are cursed in Jewish Holy Talmud. There was no mention to the plight of Christians in the Jewish occupied Palestine.

Last year, rabbi Mivis in an Op-Ed at The Telegraph blasted former London Mayor Ken Livingstone, and UK’s National Union of Students president Malia Bouattia over saying that criticism of Zionism is not criticism of Jewish people.

It’s astonishing to see figures on the hard Left of British political spectrum presuming to define the relationship between Judaism and Zionism despite themselves being neither Jews or Zionists. The likes of Ken Livingstone and Malia Bouattia claim that Zionism is separate from Judaism as a faith; that is purely political; that it is expansionist, colonialist and imperialist,” Mirvis said.

On July 24, 2016, German scholar Dr. Ludwig Watzal wrote that Zionism had very little to do with Judaism, and more with Anglican Church (here).

In January 2012, West Bank Rabbi Efrati said that if a Jew cannot find a synagogue to pray, he should pray at a mosque, but not in a Christian church which houses idols.

On January 9, 2008, American Rabbi Haim Ovadia wrote: I am a Jew of Islam. Why? Because: “Judaism under the rule of the Crescent took a different (for better) course than that under the rule of the Cross”.

American Jewish photographer and producer of documentary, ‘God’s House, Norman Gershman says: “To me Islam is poetry, is science, is to be with the Divine. Islam is beauty“. The documentary is based on the stories of Jewish families who were saved by Albanian Muslims by putting their lives at risk.

Pope Francis insults Hindu-style cremation

Late last month Pope Francis in a fatwa allowed his 1.2 billion Catholic sheep to cremate their love-ones but forbid them to scatter their ashes in waterways or save them in urns at homes – as is customary in Hindu religion.

Every Hindu wishes that his ashes should be scattered in Indian rivers of Ganga and Jumna. This practice has long polluted the rivers.

Varanasi, India, is a Hindu holy place to die. Hindus believe that dying along the banks of the Ganges in Varanasi will release them from the cycle of rebirth. If you have money, you can be ceremoniously cremated and released into the water. For the vast majority of the poor, however, their bodies are floated into the Ganges, exposed to the elements.

Francis’ fatwa has puzzled many Catholics who are used to observe Jewish tradition of All Souls’ Day which falls on November 2 each year.

Islam, Judaism and Russian and Greek Orthodox churches still forbid cremation.

Francis’ fatwa has brought Catholicism further closure to Roman Paganism. The modern-day Christianity was an imperial act by the Roman Emperor Constantine, The Great, in 324 CE. He was anointed as a Saint later on by the Catholic Church.

Burning the dead was a common practice among ancient Greeks and Romans as far back as 1000 B.C. By the 8th century BC, it was the predominant practice, as Homer’s Iliad and Odyssey tell of the cremation of the bodies of Greek gods Achilles and Hector after death. The Greeks might have adopted cremation from a northern people as an imperative of war. Soldiers who died on the battlefield were burned, and then the ashes were gathered up and sent to their homeland for ceremonial burial. Thus, cremation came to be associated with the valor and manliness of war heroes.

I have to see the reaction of Catholic communities living among Muslim-majority countries, who until now have been burying their dead like fellow Muslim citizens.

In Islam, cremation is forbidden for the following reasons:

Holy Qur’an and the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) tradition are very clear on this subject. The teachings demands treating the dead with utmost respect; the body should be washed, dressed in a white shroud, and after performing a public prayer (janaza), the body should be lowered into ground for the resurrection in the life after death.

Holy Qur’an recommends the believers to visit graveyard as often as possible to learn their final abode and be humble.

Holy Qur’an says: “And indeed Allah honored the children of Adam (17:70).” Thus, cremation would be an act of dishonor to the dead.

UK’s Stephen Sizer to leave priesthood over Jewish bullying

Stephen Sizer at Palestine Solidarity Campaign

On November 2, UK’s Jewish Lobby , the British Board of Jewish Deputies, announced that pro-Palestinian Church of England Vicar Stephen Sizer, 63, will end his clerical career next year after breeching a term of agreement with Bishops of the Crypto Jew Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby on not discussing Israel.

Sizer, who leads the Christ Church congregation in Virginia Water, Surrey, is now being accused of an accessary to murder. Sizer attended a meeting at the House of Lords last week where a member of the audience ‘appears’ to blame the Jews for the Holocaust.

The event organized by the Palestine Return Centre, was hosted by Baroness Jenny Tonge. It was part of the Balfour Apology Campaign urging British government to apologize for British crimes against Palestinian people inflicted as result of the notorious Balfour Declaration.

The Balfour Declaration dated November 2, 1917, was a letter from the British foreign secretary Arthur James Balfour (a Christian Zionist) to the Jew billionaire Baron Walter Rothschild, leader of British Organized Jewry, committing British government’s commitment to establish a Jewish state in Arab Palestine to solve Europe’s Jewish Problem.

On February 9, 2015, Andrew Watson, Bishop of Guildford (UK) gave Stephen Sizer two choices; 1) resign from his parish or 2) keep his mouth shut over Israel’s crimes for next six months. Sizer volunteered for the second option and removed his personal blog and refused to accept invitation to speak outside his parish.

Sizer was silenced for testing his rights of ‘Freedom of Speech’ under UK’s Constitution by posting a Wikispooks link on his Facebook page, which claims that Israel did 9/11. Sizer was reinstated in September 2015.

Marie van der Zyl, Board of Deputies vice-president, excitedly stated: The ‘soon-to-be-ex’ clergyman Stephen Sizer has spectacularly flouted his written undertaking to the Church of England by attending an event filled with toe-curling antisemitism. If he had any shred of decency, Sizer would have fulfilled the terms of the agreement and tendered his resignation with immediate effect. He now guarantees that he will end his clerical career under a cloud. The sad irony that this divisive figure is moving on to a charity called ‘Peacemaker Mediators’ (here) is not lost on us.

Dutch Jews: Torah is not ‘anti-gay’!

In September 2016, Dutch ex-prime minister Dries Van Agt (1977-82) irked country’s Organized Jewry by calling Benjamin Netanyahu, a War Criminal.

Last week, Dutch Jewish groups condemned a flyer distributed in Amsterdam which condemned homosexuality by claiming that the practice is banned in Judaism, Christianity and Islam.

Local police detained three antisemite men, aged 29 to 39 after the Central Jewish Board of the Netherlands (CJO) lodged a complaint. The police has refused to identify the religious background of the three men, but the country’s Jewish-controlled media claimed they’re Muslims even though the flyer doesn’t quote a passage from Holy Qur’an.

The text of the flier quotes a passage from the Christian Bible and another from the Torah condemning homosexuality. The latter, from Leviticus, reads: Do not have sexual relations with a man as one does with a woman; that is detestable.

According to the flier, children raised by homosexuals are likelier to be sexually abused and homosexuals are likelier to commit suicide. They feature a picture of a rabbi, a priest, and Muslim leader of daily prayers.

Last year, UK’s chief rabbi Ephraim Mirvis admitted that sexual abuse of children among Jewish communities has become epidemic. The same goes for the Catholic Church.

The CJO said in a statement that it disagrees with flyers’ anti-gay message and regrets the citing of Judaism by the people responsible for distributing them.

In October 2015, CJO in a statement urged Amsterdam Mayor Aberhard van der Laan to remove Iraqi and Syrian refugees housed in a community center located near Jewish homes. Thanks G-d, Moroccan-born Ahmed Aboutaleb, the antisemite is Mayor of Rotterdam and not City of Amsterdam.

CJO chairman Ron van der Wieken told the press that his organization was “outraged by the discriminatory fliers, which the Jewish community strongly rejects,” adding that “flyer’s text of Torah is full of glaring lies.”

Wieken could be right. Last year, Rabbi Avi Weiss in an Op-Ed at Israeli Ha’aretz said, “as an Orthodox rabbi I believe homosexuality is against Jewish teachings – but being a committed believer in the separation of synagogue from the state, I support the same-sex marriage in a civil court.”

Professor Sarah Schulman (College of Staten Island, New York), a lesbian and author of 47 books claims Gay Rights movement is Jewish.

In June 2004, Canadian blogger Simon Jones in an article, entitled, Jews and Gays – Birds of a feather explained that homosexuality is a part of Jewish culture.

Like Jews, gays have ancient roots of persecution and have been mostly outcasts since the rise of Christianity (though the roots of persecution, ironically, are in the Torah). This persecution complex – I know it first-hand – leaves an indelible mark on one’s character – defiance of a hypocritical, unjust society, a desire for revenge, a feeling of superiority (warranted or not), a lack of patriotism. So gays automatically empathize with Jews. At the same time, gays often crossed paths with Jews professionally – in the arts, as writers, philosophers, councilors, etc.,” says Jones.

Jews will insist that they are not racists, that it is the goys that are racist, and then, without batting an eye, talk about their DNA, and defend unconditionally the only blatantly racist state – Israel, unique among sovereign states (except for Nazi Germany). Judaism is a veritable ‘shell game’: a religion, no – an identity, oops – a culture, wrong again – a tradition. It is a slippery fish – whatever fits the bill at the moment,” says Jones.

Gays have also been persecuted – mostly by the church, though Islam and Judaism (yes, our fellow sufferers!) traditionally also forbid and punish homosexuality. But there were never any instances of hysterical, mass expulsion of gays, as there were of Jews. Why? Clearly, because gays never really posed a threat to the dominant society,” adds Jones.

Lobby: Remove ‘Jew Pig’ sculpture from German church

The jews pigEuropean Organized Jewry along with pro-Israel Evangelic Church is running a campaign ahead of the 500th anniversary of the founding of the Protestant Church being held in 2017 for the removal of a sculpture on the façade of Stadkirche, Wittenburg’s main church in Germany where Martin Luther used to preach.

The sculpture, known as Judensau or the Jewish Pig, showing (above) a rabbi looking under the sow’s tail, and other Jews drinking from its teats. An inscription reads Rabini Shem hamphoras, gibberish which presumably bastardizes shem ha-meforasch. The sculpture originally installed in 1305, is the only remaining symbol of German resistance to the centuries-old Jewish control.

Rev. Martin Luther is quoted as saying in 1543: “Here on our church in Wittenberg a sow is sculpted in stone. Young pigs and Jews lie suckling under her. Behind the sow a rabbi is bent over the sow, lifting up her right leg, holding her tail high and looking intensely under her tail and into her Talmud, as though he were reading something acute or extraordinary, which is certainly where they get their Shemhamphoras.”

Sister Joela Krüger, a member of the Evangelical Sisterhood of Mary, a Lutheran group has claimed that the sculpture is a blasphemy against Jewish people and the state of Israel.

We all know, insulting cartoons of Jesus or Muhammad is not accepted as blasphemy in Germany or Europe under the so-called Freedom of Speech laws.

Max Privorozki, a German-Jewish leader, says the sculpture should not be removed, because it represents a testimony of medieval thinking and Christian architectural tradition.

Rabbi Pinchas Goldschmidt, Chief Rabbi of Moscow and a close friend of Vladimir Putin said: “Removing statues can be, on the one hand, symbolic. On the other hand, it might not be enough.”

Now that both Catholic Church and Church of England are headed by Crypto-Jews – and Germany is ruled by pro-Israel Angela Markel – submission to Jewish Lobby latest demand shouldn’t face a problem.

I’m no fan of the founder of the anti-Catholic Reformist Church, Rev. Martin Luther. Born in 1483, Luther was a French professor, writer, poet and a priest. He carried a crusade against corruption in the Catholic Church and its submission to anti-Christ Jewish elites.

Martin Luther is the author of book, Jesus Christ was born a Jew, in which, like pope Francis, he too believe Christians and Jews are twins.