© MMXVI V.1.0.6
by Morley Evans
|Today, Palestine. Tomorrow, the World. "We control the United States!"|
The very foundation of the Zionist ideology is the belief that "Everyone Hates Us." The solution to the problem that Zionists think they face is the creation of a nation-state with a powerful military. Anyone who opposes anything Zionists do is branded an "anti-Semite" which is their handy "get out of jail free card" in life's big Monopoly game. There are many errors in the Zionist ideological morass. Zionism is, in fact, the product of racist paranoiac minds. Clever as some might be, all Zionists are insane. Let's look at their premise.
EVERYONE HATES US!
Is it true that "everyone hates us?" Yes, it is true. Everyone hates Zionists. Why? They hate what Zionists have done, what Zionists are doing, and what Zionists plan to do. Zionists are nuts. Zionists are a clear and present danger to the human race and to life on earth. Zionists hate everyone. That includes you, pilgrim. Some Jews claim that Zionists tutored the Nazis using Nazis to get rid of the Jews who opposed Zionism. (Before the Holocaust, all Jews opposed Zionism! After the Holocaust, Israel turned Germany into a cash cow.) That explains why Zionists resemble Nazis. Some claim that Zionists are agents of Satan AKA Lucifer. Could be. . .
|Benyamin "BiBi" Netanyahu, Prime Minister of the so-called "Jewish" State|
a person who is paranoid.
Merriam-Webster's definition of paranoid
1: characterized by or resembling paranoia
2: characterized by suspiciousness, persecutory trends, or megalomania
3: extremely fearful
- 1: characterized by or resembling paranoia
- 2: characterized by suspiciousness, persecutory trends, or megalomania
- 3: extremely fearful
▶ noun [mass noun] a mental condition characterized by delusions of persecution, unwarranted jealousy, or exaggerated self-importance, typically worked into an organized system. It may be an aspect of chronic personality disorder, of drug abuse, or of a serious condition such as schizophrenia in which the person loses touch with reality.
→ paranoic /ˌparəˈnɔɪɪk/ adjective,
→ paranoically /ˌparəˈnɔɪɪk(ə)li/ adverb
– origin early 19th century: modern Latin, from Greek, from paranoos ‘distracted’, from para ‘irregular’ + noos ‘mind’.
United Nations Security Council
A few more thoughts: