October 23, 2017
Texas is my home, and I love it. But I admit, it has some really bad problems. Chief among these is the near-ubiquitous love for anything Israel or Jew-related felt by many of my fellow Texan gentiles. I have a word for these fellow countrymen of mine: I call them “retards.”
So this news was not surprising to me.
The City of Dickinson, Texas is requiring that you swear and affirm that you neither take part in the BDS Movement (meaning Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions), nor do you boycott Israel, which sounds redundant, but this is Jew-lawyering, so it covers non-BDS boycotting, just to cover all the bases.
Opposing boycotts? Somewhat hypocritical of these Jews…
Hurricane Harvey’s floodwaters damaged many homes in the Texas city of Dickinson, and residents are applying for assistance and working to repair their properties.
But Dickinson’s application for repair grants is raising eyebrows. Alongside standard items such as project descriptions and grant amounts, the city application reads:
“By executing this Agreement below, the Applicant verifies that the Applicant: (1) does not boycott Israel; and (2) will not boycott Israel during the term of this agreement.”
In doing so, the application appears to make eligibility for hurricane relief funds contingent on political beliefs regarding Israel, which the American Civil Liberties Union describes as unconstitutional.
“The First Amendment protects Americans’ right to boycott, and the government cannot condition hurricane relief or any other public benefit on a commitment to refrain from protected political expression,” ACLU of Texas Legal Director Andre Segura said in a statement.
You may think, “What a crappy city, it is obviously run by Jews, so I’m glad I don’t live there,” but that would be a very short-sighted, since this isn’t just a city program. It is state law, and covers all government contracts. Anyone receiving government grants or contracts has to make this affirmation.
Governor Gregg Abbott signed this un-Texan, un-American bill into law on Israel’s Independence day, sitting directly in front of an Israeli flag, flanked by the American and Texan flags, both in subordinate positions. The symbolism here is heavy-handed and obvious as hell, and it is a wonder more Americans don’t notice and become enraged.
Abbott says that Texas and Texans are pro-Israel, and that boycotting Israel is un-Texan.
Well Gregg, as someone who is every bit as Texan as you, I call bullshit. You know what is un-Texan? Attacking Freedom of Speech.
Freedom of Speech was so important to Texans, that we not only see fit to rely on the First Amendment of the US Constitution, we have enshrined it in Section 8 of our state constitution.
Telling Texan citizens and businessmen that they cannot boycott a specific entity is absolutely an abridgment of speech. As Ron Paul states here, “Boycotting is about making choices…the principle is, the boycott is the right to speak out, and the right to make peaceful change.”
There is no room for argument here. This is censorship and heavy-handed totalitarianism writ large. And surprise – it comes from Jews!
But how did a great state full of rugged men find itself reduced to the lowly state of servitude to International Jewry?
The answer is, at least partially, religion.
I see these signs fairly often when I am out and about in my local area. They always fill me with disgust. And I’m pretty sure these aren’t sprouting up in the yards of Yids, they are being put up by evangelicals.
Note the position of the imagery and what it evokes. The Israeli flag sits atop Texas, as though Israel has conquered Texas. There’s not even a Texas flag, just a logo for this “God’s Learning Channel.”
What is “God’s Learning Channel”? Who runs it?
God’s Learning Channel (or GLC) is a Jewish television network which is based in the Southwestern United States. Based on the Messianic Judaism movement, it describes itself as “teaching the Torah”, and its programming features Jewish teachers.
The network was founded in 1982 by Al and Tommie Cooper with its first full-powered station based in Roswell, New Mexico. It is now produced in Midland, Texas by Prime Time Christian Broadcasting with KMLM-DT serving as the flagship station. The network is available on terrestrial broadcast television and cable TV systems. The network has five full power stations and 22 low-power TV stations; it is also broadcast free-to-air from the AMC-4 satellite as part of the Glorystar package, as a free-to-air channel on the Galaxy 25 satellite for other direct-to-home broadcast dishes, and is available as streaming video over the Internet.
The network offers 24-hour programming, in English, Spanish, Persian, Tagalog, French, and Chinese.
GLC focuses on several general topics:
Bridging the gap between Christians and their Hebraic heritage.
Standing against Replacement Theology by proving through scripture that Christians do not Replace the Jews as the Chosen people, but are rather grafted into the promises given to their father Abraham.
As always, Jews are behind it. Jews have been corrupting our religions for a long time. They have turned these institutions, which were formerly a positive, wholesome influence on our societies, into giant shekel-farms and political support bases for World Jewry and, in particular, Israel.
This goes back to the days of the old huckster Cyrus Scofield. The putrefaction of the Protestant Christian faith can be largely lain upon the doorstep of this unscrupulous charlatan. The effect of his study guide, aka “The Scofield reference Notes” cannot be overestimated.
“For a nation to commit the sin of anti-Semitism brings inevitable judgement.”
—The New Scofield Study Bible
Since it was first published in 1909, the Scofield Reference Bible has made uncompromising Zionists out of tens of millions of Americans. When John Hagee, the founder of Christians United for Israel (CUFI), said that “50 million evangelical bible-believing Christians unite with five million American Jews standing together on behalf of Israel,” it was the Scofield Bible that he was talking about.
Although the Scofield Reference Bible contains the text of the King James Authorized Version, it is not the traditional Protestant bible but Cyrus I. Scofield’s annotated commentary that is problematic. More than any other factor, it is Scofield’s notes that have induced generations of American evangelicals to believe that God demands their uncritical support for the modern State of Israel.
This is not just a war for our sovereignty. It is a war for the hearts, minds, and the very souls of our people.
Evangelicals must be snapped out of this Jew-induced coma they’re in, and most importantly, someone’s got to stop these kikes!