Wednesday, May 31, 2017

Jews and Black Slavery

Certainly, all the peoples of the world have been at one time in their history slavery. But the slave trade a Jewish monopoly. The Carnegie Institute of Washington has the merit of collecting, preserving and publishing, concerning these black pages in the history of the United States and Europe, the maritime archives and documents proving that the Great trafficking of Africans was inevitably a Jewish monopoly.

Genesis. After being expelled from Spain and the Balearics in 1492, and from Portugal five years later, the Jews dispersed around the Mediterranean to settle mainly in North Africa in Palestine and Turkey, But there is a significant number in the Netherlands. Shortly afterwards, they founded the Dutch West India Company. Apart from the five Israelites of Spain who accompanied Christopher Columbus in 1492, the first Jew who emigrated from Holland to New Amsterdam (now New York) to settle there permanently, did so in 1654. His name was Jacob Bar Simson . It will soon be followed by others. Many others. Most settled on the east coast, facing Europe, but especially against Africa, and immediately began to trade with the Amerindians. Hayman Levi was the first Jew in America to have had the idea of ​​importing from Holland the junk and other glassware that he exchanged for precious metals and rich fur of animals now on the way extinction. Other Jews, like Nicholas Lowe and Joseph Simon, imitated Hayman Levi and grew as much and as quickly as the latter.

But Nicholas Lowe had the demonic idea of ​​selling rum by targeting a virgin, naive clientele with no obvious moral code: the Amerindians who discovered it. They quickly became addicted and Lowe was assured of getting rich quickly. Since imports were no longer able to keep up with demand, the on-site manufacture of alcoholic poison became economically necessary. Within a few years, the port city of Newport had no fewer than 22 distilleries, all belonging to Jews. The manufacture and marketing of spirits became their other monopoly. Alcohol will soon wreak havoc in native society. In the meantime, the distillers and the retailers were enriched to millions and new horizons opened to them. The African slave trade could begin. The Jews already had traditions in this immoral trade. First tradition: in the Middle Ages, it was the Jews of Europe who sold gold for what was called golden gold: young young people and girls of Slavic origin, who were fond of peninsular Arabs In full decadence. The five Jews who were part of Christopher Columbus' expedition of 1492 had the first idea of ​​capturing Native Americans, Ship to Europe to be sold as livestock. The Jews communicated this to Columbus, who found this practice interesting and surely very moral from the Christian point of view as long as they were "pagans." The Amerindians who lived on the island (Haiti) and who were in their turn mercilessly enslaved, will simply be exterminated by diseases, malnutrition and especially by forced labor and ill-treatment. Black or Amerindian, the slave was considered less than a beast of burden.

It is no coincidence that the port of Newport, secondarily invested by the Jews and which will long be called The Jewish Newport, became one of the principal slave markets of America and soon the world center of the traffic of African slaves, also controlled by the Jews. Most of the boats to the coasts of West Africa sail from Jewish Newport. The Maritime Archives of the Carnegie Institute in Washington revealed that of the 128 largest slave-trafficking vessels, 120, or more than 93 per cent, were owned by Jews from Newport or Charleston and the rest by d Other Jews. In all its aspects, from slavery to slavery in Africa, from the idea, from project design through to transport and commercialization, was almost exclusively Jewish. And it is still a Jew, Aaron Lopez, known for having played a major role in this activity, which will embody the rapacity of the traffickers. For almost half a century, from 1726 to 1774, this figure alone controlled half the volume of this very lucrative trade in the colonies of the Americas. Eleven million Africans - at least those who survived the ravages of infernal crossings - arrived safely. But nine million - the equivalent of the population of a country like Algeria in 1962 or that of Belgium at the moment - died in atrocious conditions chained day and night, beaten by whip, for three and a half months, Vomit, excrement, the sanity of infected wounds, and an unbreathable atmosphere. Death was a sweet deliverance for them. The survivors will be sold as cattle but much less considered than the beasts. The profits were enormous. According to the archives, and by way of example, the sailboat La Fortuna reached America with 217 living Africans. The "cargo" negotiated in Africa at $ 4,300 - less than $ 20 per person - will be exchanged in America for $ 41,438 - about $ 191 per capita - almost ten times the amount invested. 

It is understandable why the slave trade was quickly legalized, although the North of America had formally prohibited it, but not for long: four Philadelphia figures - Woolman, Sandiford Lay, Solomon and Ben Ezzet - Prohibition ... All four were Jews. Question: Has the value of an African-American today changed in the United States of America, a supposedly cosmopolitan country where "the world's greatest democracy" is rampant? Not too long ago, scavenger in the White City was a job that counted among the best that a Black could hope for. When Martin Luther King, one of the leading leaders of the US Black Equal Rights Movement, a supporter of the non-violent, double-oppressive, racial and police resistance, winner of the 1964 Nobel Peace Prize, went On April 4, 1968, in Memphis, to peacefully demand a small salary increase for the black garbage collectors of the city, he was given this direct answer: he was assassinated.

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Tuesday, May 30, 2017

The Christian Exodus From The Middle East

The Christian Exodus From The Middle East

The years of bloody conflict still raging across the Middle East in Iraq, Egypt, Syria and other failing states have made headlines for the mass migration of Muslims out of the region, but there is another side to this story: the largest Christian exodus in modern history.

As the fellows at the Center for American progress point out, Christians, now faced with murder on a genocidal scale, have abandoned their ancestral homes across the Middle East under intense pressure from not only from civil wars, ISIS and other Islamic extremists but also from increasingly discriminatory legal codes and institutions in Muslim countries.

Threatened with discrimination, enslavement and death at the hands of Islamic radicals, millions of families are forced to make a desperate choice to leave behind everything they know and seek safety in the West. 
Christian migration from the Middle East is not a new phenomenon, though its acceleration is.

The exodus started more than a hundred years ago and has come in stages as people were pulled by economic opportunities in the West and pushed by civil wars in Lebanon and conflict in Iraq in the 1990s.

There was hope for religious tolerance at the start of the decade in 2010 when protestors took to the streets in more than a dozen Middle East countries to protest the excesses of dictatorship, but this was short lived as these popular movements were subverted by Islamic radicals or descended into civil strife that made conditions far worse for Christians.

Since 2011, genocide and the accompanying exodus of Christians from the region have proceeded at an alarming rate. In 1910, Christians accounted for 13.6% of the population of the Middle East, according to Todd Johnson, director of the Center for the Study of Global Christianity at Gordon-Conwell Seminary.

Over the next 100 years, this number plummeted to only 4.2%, according the data gathered by researchers in 2010.

Today, projections for the Christian population in 2025 put the number at just over 3%, yet even this number now seems high considering the ISIS-led near-total depopulation of Christian populations in parts of Iraq and Syria, alongside the continued campaign of violence in terror in Egypt and across the region.


Home to Coptic Christians who date their faith and places of worship to the apostle Mark's arrival in Alexandria, Egypt is the site of a bloody campaign of Islamic terror.

Earlier this week Islamic gunmen waved down a bus filled with Christians and instructed them to recite the shahada, the Islamic declaration of faith.  When they refused the gunmen opened fire killing 28.

Palm Sunday was also interrupted this year by suicide bombings in two Egyptian Coptic churches carried out by ISIS. The bombs detonated in the midst of the worshippers gathered for mass in Alexandria and Tanta, killing at least 45 and injuring more than a hundred more.

These attacks, however, are only the latest in a series of increasingly brazen acts of violence. Egypt's government had pledged to protect the Christian minority, but failed to repair the metal detector at the church entrance or raise the alarm after bombs were found a week earlier.

Experts estimate that around a million Copts have emigrated from Egypt since the 1950s and the pace of the displacement has accelerated sharply since ISIS began its campaign of terror. ISIS issued fresh warnings after the Palm Sunday attacks, advising Muslims to keep their distance from Christians who, it promises, will be the targets of terrorist attacks.

As Christians swept away the blood-soaked debris from the blast, one church-goer held up his Egyptian national ID card to a reporter, "This ID says whether we are Muslim or Christian.

So how did that suicide bomber get into my church? If this identification isn't for my protection, it's used for my discrimination." Systematically excluded within Egypt and elsewhere, Christians were to be the beneficiaries of a Trump administration refugee program.

Federal judges blocked such efforts since they would discriminate based on religion, even though that is exactly what took place, in reverse, under the Obama administration. 


Christians living in Syria were subjected to the worst levels of persecution in the world not only with the outbreak of Syria's vicious civil war in 2011 but also the rise of ISIS.

Christian monitoring groups estimate that nearly half of the nation's population of 2.5 million Christians left the country to escape the violence.

Headlines are filled daily with stories of massacres and enslavement for those who stayed in a country that descended into the barbarism of ISIS on one side and cruel dictatorship of Assad on the other.

Those Christians who didn't head for Europe often moved to Lebanon, a country that has somewhat recently became a relative calm in the storm for Christians where they are able to practice their faith freely and even hold some political power.

Syria, however, shows no signs of improving its tolerance for Christians and experts believe that the Syrian Christian population will continue to decline at a rapid pace.


The greatest population displacement, an exodus of Biblical proportions, has taken place in Iraq. First, during the sanctions imposed on Saddam Hussein in the 1990s and continuing through internecine conflicts between Sunni and Shiite Muslims.

The Christian population had dwindled to 1.3 million by 2003 but is now estimated, just 14 years later, to number around 300,000.

First al-Qaeda and then ISIS, as Christians have been systematically massacred, enslaved and displaced. Even when able to return to their homes, they most often come home to little more than ruins, picked clean by their neighbors.

Bashar Warda, a Chaldean bishop in the city of Erbil, the Kurdish capital, told journalists from The New Yorker, "It's very hard to maintain a Christian presence now. Families have ten reasons to leave and not one reason to stay.

This is a critical time in our history in this land. We are desperate." Entire districts have been emptied of Christians. Still hundreds more continue to flee Northern Iraq each month   
A Modern Exodus

The Christian genocide in the Middle East is one of the great human tragedies of modern times. The cradle of civilization and many of the most significant sites of the faith is now lost to Christianity in a region dominated by Islamic theocracy that rules nearly unopposed.

The future promises to bring only more conflict between rival Islamic sects and a hardening radicalism that rejects modernity, other cultures and belief systems distinct from Islam. 

The moderating effect that minority religious groups, Christians and Jews in this case, can have on a society will be removed and both Sunni and Shiite sects will grow increasingly strict and absolutist.

Pushed into exile, Christians from the region will watch from afar as their homes become the breeding ground for new generations of Islamic fundamentalism and theocratic despotism. 


Gold-backed Currency Launches in Dubai

Gold-backed Currency Launches in Dubai

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  • New gold-backed currency OneGram launched
  • Backed by one-gram of gold, uses blockchain technology
  • OneGram is first in wave of new Shariah, tech-savvy gold products
  • 2017 sees big changes for gold thanks to Shariah gold and blockchain
  • Gold investors should prepare for tightening in supply
  • Bitcoin and shariah gold demand suggest change in retail investor thinking
Technology, shariah gold and bitcoin point to changing views
Ramadan Kareem rang out across Dubai and the rest of the Muslim World this weekend as the holiest month in the Islamic calendar began. For 29-30 days over a billion Muslims around the world practice sawm (fasting), charity (zakat) and salat (prayer). This period is a time of spiritual reflection, increased devotion and worship as well as a time to come together with loved ones for both the break fast meal (Iftar) and pre-fast meal (Suhur).
Ramadan is obviously observed in different ways around the Muslim world. Here in Dubai a non-Muslim will experience a place full of both celebration and reflection, with events happening every evening that are there to welcome everybody. The month also sees a number of companies launching Ramadan promotions ranging from bank accounts (free banking for six months, anyone?) to spa treatments (2-for-1 massage?) to huge packs of dates (the first food to break the fast).
As part of the celebrations, a new gold-backed currency has been launched, here in Dubai. It is a new currency known as OneGram (OGC) backed by one gram of gold and can be used for digital payments. There is a fixed number of OGCs and digital transaction fees (minus admin costs) will be reinvested to buy more gold. According to the managers, “the amount of gold backing each OGC will increase with time.”
OneGram has been launched by a private company of the same name. The company claims to offer a proof-of-stake blockchain that is ‘’further anonymized’ than Bitcoin. Reports state that ‘developers employ zero-knowledge dual-key stealth addresses and ring signature protocols toward ‘instant, untraceable, unlinkable, trustless transactions.’
Shariah Gold Standard
In December we witnessed the launch of the Shariah Gold Standard. Announced in Bahrain by the Accounting and Auditing Organisation for Islamic Financial Institutions (AAOIFI) and the World Gold Council, the Standard is the first ever set of guidelines for the 2 billion Muslims looking to invest in gold-based financial products.
As we explained in December:
According to Islamic texts, gold is a ribawi item, which means that it must be sold on weight and measure, and cannot be traded for future value or for speculation. In order for a gold instrument to be Shariah-compliant, the precious metal must be the underlying asset in related transactions.
When the Shariah Gold Standard was launched, one of the world’s leading investors Mark Mobius labelled it as a “godsend” that was both “innovative and revolutionary”. Currently the Islamic Finance market accounts for 1% of the global GDP, and is growing at nearly 20% per year. The new AAOIFI issued guidelines are expected to propel demand for gold as more companies (such as GoldCore) launch Shariah-compliant gold investment products. The combined use of both innovative Shariah gold investment standards and new technology could boost demand by around 500-1000 tonnes per annum.
The launch of OneGram is part of the new wave of gold financial products that we are beginning to see as a result of the Shariah Gold Standard. Muslims have long looked for more gold products to be made available to them in the $2 trillion Islamic financial markets.
A gold-backed cryptocurrency is not just a positive sign for Muslim investors, it is also a positive sign for those who are looking to invest outside of the financial system. Of course, investing in physical gold has long been available for both Muslims and non-Muslims for many years, but this recent announcement says a lot more about the demands for safe-haven investing than previous changes in financial markets have.
A new safe-money standard?
Right now it seems the world is paying attention to a financial and geopolitical situation that is proving to have one too many cracks to fix and fill. But, in the background, there is a growing awareness of how we can protect ourselves when those cracks turn into canyons.
There is something in the air that suggests we might be seeing a turn in the way savers and investors are beginning to view their money. The launch of technologically advanced, shariah compliant gold-products is an early indication of this. But when one also considers the recent performance of bitcoin, then we see that the desire to hold money outside of the financial system with reduced counterparties is growing.
The size of the bitcoin market might be minuscule compared to gold, and gold’s market size minuscule compared to that of the dollar, but times are changing. The increased accessibility to these sound-money, safe-haven assets is a sign that the most powerful financial group in the world - the people on the street - are harnessing ways to gain control of their investment portfolios.
Ultimately we believe bitcoin is a complementary asset to gold, but time will tell. Whilst watching and waiting on bitcoin, gold investors should feel assured that launches of gold-backed products such as OneGram are not only validation of the modern approach to investing in gold, but also validation of their decision to invest in gold.
This is good news for gold investors who have chosen to invest in not only the ultimate form of financial insurance but also one that is finite and physical. As awareness and demand grow, it is not unreasonable to expect to see some tightening in the availability of physical gold, which will have a positive impact on the price.

Sunday, May 28, 2017

Gerard Menuhim - The Holocaust is the Biggest Lie in History

The Jordan Codices

Set of 70 Metal Tablets May Have the Earliest Written Account and Depiction of Jesus

Set of 70 Metal Tablets May Have the Earliest Written Account and Depiction of Jesus

When a set of 70 bound metal tablets was unearthed in Jordan in 2008, questions about the artifacts validity arose. However, researchers have now analyzed the codices and say they are genuine and may date to about 2,000 years ago. Furthermore, one of the metal tablets could have the earliest depictions of Jesus.
The Daily Mail reports that the tablets were discovered “in a remote part of Jordan to which Christian refugees are known to have fled after the fall of Jerusalem in 70AD.” When they first came to light in 2011 the content within the texts created a great deal of controversy. Many people said that the documents had to be fakes.
The bound metal tablets.
The bound metal tablets. (Jordan Codices )
And that’s not surprising, as the documents provide details that are sure to disturb some people’s belief system. According to the Elkingtons , a couple who have been fighting for the manuscript’s recognition, the text says that Jesus was restoring a 1000-year-old tradition from King David’s time – not creating a new religion. Moreover, the text says that Jesus worshipped a God that was both male and female.
Now, Professors Roger Webb and Chris Jeynes at the University of Surrey's Nodus Laboratory from the Ion Beam Center have tested one of the tablets and confirmed that it is “compatible with a comparative sample of ancient Roman lead coming from the excavation site in Dorset.” [Via Science World Report ] Webb and Jeynes’ analysis of the radioactivity arising from polonium indicates that the lead in the codex is over 100 years old.
One of the lead codices found in Jordan.
One of the lead codices found in Jordan. ( Jordan Codices )
However, Science world Report claims that the crystallization analysis of the codex also showed researchers that it is between 1800-2000 years old. Those experts have said :
"While there may be variations in decay and corrosion that depend upon the environmental conditions in which the objects were stored or hidden, there is a strong underlying theme of decay from within the metal. It is oxidising and breaking down at atomic level to revert to its natural state. This is not witnessed in lead objects that are several centuries old and is not possible to produce by artificial acceleration (e.g. through heating). This provides very strong evidence that the objects are of great age, consistent with the studies of the text and designs that suggest an age of around 2000 years.” 
When researchers analyzed the text itself they found that the language used in the script is Paleo-Hebrew. However, as Professor Roger Webb has pointed out , “If the lead is old, the writing is old. But there is no guarantee that what is written on them is true.” The metal tablets have numerous eight-pointed stars and mention the names of the apostles Peter, John, and James, as well as Jesus Christ.
Part of the codices.
Part of the codices. ( David Elkington )
As a result of the current media frenzy on this topic, Dr. Rowan Williams, former Archbishop of Canterbury and now Master of Magdalene College, Cambridge, has called for   “a fresh examination of the Jordan Codices.”
The renewed interest in the codices is the result of the efforts of two British authors, David and Jennifer Elkington. They received the metal tablets for testing by permission of the Department of Antiquities in Amman, Jordan.
David Elkington told Christian Today that they had a corrosion expert study the image of Christ on the metal tablet, and without a doubt, it is genuine. He described the image, “His face is surrounded by a halo and he appears every inch the Nazarene. The Codex was sealed on all sides and then placed in lead box before being sealed away in the cave in Northern Jordan.”
The metal tablet which may be a portrait of Jesus.
The metal tablet which may be a portrait of Jesus. ( David Elkington )
With the new test results in hand, Elkington is still asking that the tablets receive a fair trial, he said : “Any remaining doubts must now be answered by proper excavation of the site in Jordan and carried out by proper archaeologist with impartial objectives."
Webb and Jeynes seem to concur with the author on this point:
“All charges of fakery and forgery raised by bloggers and some scholars should now be dismissed to allow proper study and preservation of the sites in which these items were discovered. This will provide additional evidence that should enable more accurate dating and better interpretation of the meaning and purpose of the items.”
The archaeometallurgist and former Director of Antiquities in Amman, Dr. Ziad Al Saad has declared the discovery of the Jordan codices as one of the most important finds in that country. He said: “These manuscripts are a part of Jordan's heritage and global heritage, and we hope to share it soon with the rest of the world.”
The tablets seem to be gaining some ground in the area of recognition, but you’ll have to wait and see what the researchers next move will be in discovering more about these controversial codices.
One of the metal tablets.
One of the metal tablets. ( David Elkington )
Top Image: The Jordanian codex loaned to the Elkingtons for testing. Source: David Elkington
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Coast To Coast AM - May 26, 2017 Jordan Codices & Open Lines The Jordan Codices are an ancient set of seventy ring bound lead tablets. 

Sodium Glutamate - The Most Dangerous White Toxin We Eat

The Most Dangerous White Toxin We Eat Every Day, And It’s Not Sugar Or Salt

Do you know what E621 or sodium glutamate is? Have you ever heard about this substance? You’d be surprised to find out that you’re consuming it on a daily basis and it’s wreaking havoc on your body!
Sodium glutamate E621 is a common additive found in almost all manufactured foods. There’s almost no restaurant in the world that doesn’t use this taste enhancer. It’s one of the most harmful substances we consume every day, without even realizing it!
Sodium glutamate E621 comes in the form of white crystalline powder, and it’s very similar to salt and sugar. It can also be found in liquid form. It has the taste of meat soup and can be added to any food to enhance the flavor. Sodium glutamate intake causes increased cravings, and leads to overeating and obesity.
It stimulates the brain cells in much the same way as drugs do thus creating a feeling of addiction. It’s easily absorbed in the blood and brain causing a change in the genes in charge of the sense of taste.
As we already mentioned, this food additive is used in many popular food products including all sausages, hot dogs, chips, prepared soups, canned food, beer and many more. The allowed daily dose for adults is 1.5 grams, and for children less than half a gram.
A fact worth mentioning is that over 200 thousand tons of this additive are used annually in the world. The common symptoms of E621 overdose include dizziness, migraine, visual disturbances, hormonal imbalance, nausea, weakness, dizziness, chest pain, and more. It’s also known as Chinese restaurant syndrome.
It was first discovered in 1907 in Japan by scientist Ikeda Kikunae, who found that the substance improves the taste of food, especially the taste and aroma of canned, fast and frozen food.
This common food additive has gained a lot of popularity over the years and today it accounts for great sales of food in America.
Even though it improves the taste and aroma of food products, sodium glutamate also brings on numerous side effects. For one thing it affects the receptors of your tongue making food tastier than it actually is. That’s why it makes people addicted to processed food like chips, sweets, ready-made meals and more.
E621 is extremely beneficial for food manufacturers because it not only reduces the cost of production, but also increases sales of the products. So, the next time you buy food, check for the ingredients and avoid products that contain E621. It’s much better to avoid this substance entirely and use natural spice to flavor your food!