Sv: [orthodox-synod] the Protocol of the matter/ -ismic sundries
Just my words!!!
"Forgiveness is better than revenge. "
St. Tikhon of Zadonsk
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From: fr elia yenovkian <frelia@...>
Sent: Thursday, November 30, 2000 7:10 PM
Subject: Re: [orthodox-synod] the Protocol of the matter/ -ismic sundries
> Whether the Protocols are a forgery OR A RED HERRING,
> International Zionism is as real as the Federal Reserve System.
> Perhaps it IS a waste of time to read about it, since it is
> already in such total control of our finances, banking and every
> daily habits (circumcision and diamonds for every occasion) that
> we can no more escape from B'nai B'rith than we can taxes. In
> case you haven't noticed, every government, municipal, state or
> federal is completely in the hands of the Lodge. B'nai B'rith is
> where the Lodge and International Zionism meet and confer. The
> Protocols are probably a Red Herring, but the reality of
> complete Zionist control in America is a cold hard fact, as
> is the Council for International Relations.
> If you think the Protocols gross, cultivate a few reform
> rabbis. Had I recorded my conversations, everyone would have
> rejected them as too gross to be real. And if you have any
> doubt who runs America and everything in it, ask a few
> Masons whether you should join or not. Both the Lodge and
> the Zionist have such absolute control that they can't always
> resist bragging about it.
> Burning Bush
> Palestinian Hermitage
> pwrbarrett@... wrote:
> > In a message dated 11/30/2000 7:25:44 AM Eastern Standard Time,
> > PKFZJDTUL@... writes:
> > > "Protocols" is simply too sensationalistic to be taken seriously by
> > any
> > > rational mind. In fact, I wish I could take back those few hours of
> > my
> > life
> > > that I wasted reading it.
> > I have a copy around here somewhere, given to me by a Muslim
> > friend about 12 years ago. The time I spent reading it is utterly
> > lost, since I don't recall a thing about it.
> > Patrick Barrett
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