Tuesday, July 19, 2011

An example of the German Christians of 1933 .....

The Israel/Palestine Mission Network of the PC(U.S.A.) is the American post-modern example of Germany’s 1933 German Christians. When I close my eyes and envision  members I can’t help but see them in German Church attire giving the Hitler salute. I realize this is a very insulting thing to write but their lack of concern for who they link to on their Facebook page is either a case of extreme ignorance or absolute hatefulness.

Their aim at Jewish groups in the United States has all of the ear-marks of twentieth century anti-Semitism from Henry Ford and his articles on the International Jew, (In which he accused the Jewish people of influencing the media of the United States) to the Brown Shirts of Germany, who accused the Jews of troubling the whole world). German Christians did not care who they befriended as long as their own particular prejudices were upheld; neither does the IPMN.

Just this evening, July 18, 2011, they have linked to an article on the site, Intifada Voice of Palestine. The article they have linked to is Declassified: Massive Israeli Manipulation of US Media Exposed[VIDEO] The article is mostly a video of Grant F. Smith whose books and web site are a constant volley against Jewish organizations in the United States.

Above the article link IPMN quotes Smith:
"Files declassified in America have revealed covert public relations and lobbying activities of Israel in the U.S. The National Archive made the documents public following a Senate investigation."
The information in the video lacks any real reference points- including names. But the important thing I want to point out is that once again, Carol Hylkema, Jeffrey DeYoe, Walt Davis, Noushin Framke and all the other leadership of IPMN have linked to a site that is connected to the anti-Semitic site Veterans Today. In fact almost all of the writers who write for Intifada Voice of Palestine write for Veterans Today. (And this is not the first time that they have linked to either site.)

Along side the video by Smith is an article with video by the editor of Veterans Today, Gordon Duff. He is, as usual, insisting that Israel along side the United States government were the instigators of the 9-11 disaster. Why don’t we care about what this small group of people are doing?

As I have repeatedly pointed out Veterans Today even carries articles insisting that Jewish Rabbis in American should be hung. And there is this statement in an article by Bob Johnson:
This could be to the general enlightening of people on the cruel practice of kosher slaughter and of the kosher scam overall. It also reveals the sense of Jewish superiority which has Biblical roots in Deuteronomy 7:6 which puts these words in God’s mouth regarding the ancient Hebrews/Jews: “For thou art an holy people unto the LORD thy God: the LORD thy God hath chosen thee to be a special people unto himself, above all people that are upon the face of the earth.” Who would ever want to do business with people who believed things like that about themselves?
God’s justice in the Bible is linked with telling the truth. In fact, it is about truth. Those who use other’s lies are not doing justice, they are hurting justice and they will not bring peace to the Middle East.

4 comments:

Jenny said...

How do you even begin a discussion with someone who believes that Jews put words in God's mouth using the Old Testament? they've managed to flip everything on its head.

Viola Larson said...

you can't really. You can only point out that they have said or written it.

reformedpastor said...

IPMN link to this is no surprise. From what I've been able to discover, the "Institute for Research Middle East Policy" is basically a one-man operation Smith runs out of his apartment; the documents he thinks are so important are long on conclusions, speculations, and assumptions and short on actual evidence; and the outlet on which the video appeared, Russia Today, is essentially the English-speaking voice of traditional Russian anti-Semitism. Yep, sounds like the IPMN all over.

David Fischler
Woodbridge, VA

Viola Larson said...

Thanks David, I got that impression of Smith. And I have seen the use of Russia Today before on anti-Semitic sites.

There has been more of this recently on IPMN but I waited until I just couldn't stand it anymore.