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1 hour ago, MisterrSingh said:

Obviously not enough if they're recruiting for more, lol.

Paranoid much ,eh ? Remind me of these hindus these days whinging about how they suffered and need to get badla for events thousand years back  , anyone  Would think they are the only people to have had a hard time on this planet.

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29 minutes ago, jkvlondon said:

Paranoid much ,eh ? Remind me of these hindus these days whinging about how they suffered and need to get badla for events thousand years back  , anyone  Would think they are the only people to have had a hard time on this planet.

They are the chosen people after all.

I have noticed the Ashkenazi element is quite neurotic.

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1 hour ago, jkvlondon said:

Paranoid much ,eh ? Remind me of these hindus these days whinging about how they suffered and need to get badla for events thousand years back  , anyone  Would think they are the only people to have had a hard time on this planet.

Objectively, it's fascinating and quite admirable how they galvanise and mobilise to further collective Jewish aims despite individuals within that collective harbouring divergent religious beliefs or even choosing to be atheist as the case may be. I suppose the Jewish persecution complex as it relates to a commonality in culture and identity lends them a strength in unity that supercedes any other individualized driving forces that would hamstring other religious groups according to sectarian loyalties. It's a lesson for us all, although I suspect it's one that can only be enacted by a shrewd, far-sighted, and generally intelligent (in a worldly sense) population. 

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Just now, Ranjeet01 said:

They are the chosen people after all.

I have noticed the Ashkenazi element is quite neurotic.

Truth is they became 'jews' (God only knows how since they don't have an open door policy ) only because the neighbouring russian/european kingdom had been getting violent and forcing conversion to orthodox christianity and the muslim invaders were making moves so they cut there losses and claimed they were jews , worked well for them they are now 95%Of all jews thusthe cuckoo's egg has taken over the nest

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On 6/18/2019 at 10:14 PM, jkvlondon said:

Truth is they became 'jews' (God only knows how since they don't have an open door policy ) only because the neighbouring russian/european kingdom had been getting violent and forcing conversion to orthodox christianity and the muslim invaders were making moves so they cut there losses and claimed they were jews , worked well for them they are now 95%Of all jews thusthe cuckoo's egg has taken over the nest

Can you give me a source for this?  thanks

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5 hours ago, Premi5 said:

Can you give me a source for this?  thanks

https://www.darkmoon.me/2013/top-israeli-scientist-says-ashkenazi-jews-came-from-khazaria-not-palestine/

There is some info about how the khazars fit into turkic peoples and various history prophecy points, guessing written by christian khoji

http://www.reformation.org/khazaria.html

 

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