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What World Famous Men Said About The Jews

What World Famous Men Said About The Jews

History has warned time and time again about these disgusting parasitic monsters. Just imagine them as baby raping genocidal maniacs, and the world will thank you some day.

Explosive new work by John at Force Multiplication called “Concerning the Jews” that outlines just how many times, and by just how many people we have been warned about the jews throughout centuries past. If you are new to the Jewish question yourself, stop questioning yourself! Hear verse after historical verse from many a great man who knew before you. An absolute MUST SEE movie, and a great primer for introducing friends and family to the Jewish question.

The movie can be seen at youtube by clicking HERE for the complete playlist!

You can also find out more about this movie and other great information from John himself at Force Multiplication

  1. ZOGGING says:


    Monday 26 1655 a day to mourn,

    355 years ago on this day, the directors of the Dutch West India Company refused to grant Governor Peter Stuyvesant permission to bar Jews from entering New Amsterdam, essentially ending official efforts to restrict Jewish immigration into North America.

    The first Jewish immigrants to settle North America came to New Amsterdam (now New York City) as refugees escaping the Inquisition’s oppression in the Portuguese colony of Pernambuco, Brazil. New Amsterdam’s governor, Peter Stuyvesant, made it clear that they were not welcome. In hopes of preventing their entry, Stuyvesant wrote a letter to Dutch West India Company board members, who oversaw the colony, requesting permission to expel them. The letter, dated September 22, 1654, said:b

    The Jews who have arrived would nearly all like to remain here, but learning that they (with their customary usury and deceitful trading with the Christians) were very repugnant to the inferior magistrates, as also to the people having the most affection for you; the Deaconry also fearing that owing to their present indigence they might become a charge in the coming winter, we have, for the benefit of this weak and newly developing place and the land in general, deemed it useful to require them in a friendly way to depart, praying also most seriously in this connection, for ourselves as also for the general community of your worships, that the deceitful race—such hateful enemies and blasphemers of the name of Christ—be not allowed to further infect and trouble this new colony to the detraction of your worships and the dissatisfaction of your worships’ most affectionate subjects.

    Apart from Stuyvesant’s anti-Semitic views, he ultimately argued that the Jews, as immigrants, would burden New Amsterdam thus harming the Dutch West India Company’s profits. Learning of Stuyvesant’s plans, the twenty-three Jewish refugees appealed to Jewish shareholders of the Dutch West India Company for help. Responding to the refugees, company directors wrote a letter, dated April 26, 1655, ordering Stuyvesant to allow the Jews to remain in New Amsterdam, “provided the poor among them shall not become a burden to the company or to the community, but be supported by their own nation”:

    We would have liked to effectuate and fulfill your wishes and request that the new territories should no more be allowed to be infected by people of the Jewish nation, for we foresee therefrom the same difficulties which you fear, but after having further weighed and considered the matter, we observe that this would be somewhat unreasonable and unfair, especially because of the considerable loss sustained by this nation, with others, in the taking of Brazil, as also because of the large amount of capital which they still have invested in the shares of this company. Therefore after many deliberations we have finally decided and resolved to apostille [annotate] upon a certain petition presented by said Portuguese Jews that these people may travel and trade to and in New Netherland and live and remain there, provided the poor among them shall not become a burden to the company or to the community, but be supported by their own nation. You will now govern yourself accordingly.

    A year later, on June 10, 1656, Governor Stuyvesant sent the following report to the company on his implementation of company policies:

    Considering the Jewish nation with regard to trade, they are not hindered, but trade with the same privilege and freedom as other inhabitants. Also, they have many times requested of us the free and public exercise of their abominable religion, but this cannot yet be accorded to them. What they may be able to obtain from your Honors time will tell.

    Despite Stuyvesant’s clear anti-Jewish sentiments, he complied with the wishes of the Dutch West Indian Company, setting a precedent for Jewish immigration in the colony. When the English captured the colony in 1664, the city’s Jewish residents continued to enjoy the same rights.

    Over three-hundred years later, Stuyvesant’s name is no longer negatively associated with Jews. Stuyvesant today is associated with Stuyvesant High School, opened in 1904 in New York City. As for the student body, it has historically been heavily Jewish.

    Governor Stuyvesant has been slapped in the face

  2. ZOGGING says:


    26 May 2010 1171 A DAY OF CELEBRATION

    839 years ago on this date, the first ritual murder accusations against Jews occurred in Europe in the French city of Blois.

    In 1171, two months after Passover, rumors swept Blois that Jews had committed ritual murder to steal blood to bake their Passover Matzot.

    At the time, only thirty-three Jews lived in the city. One of them, Isaac ben Eleazer, took a trip on the Loire River right before Passover. During his voyage, a local stable servant spotted him with an untanned hide sticking out of his coat. When the servant’s horse saw the hide, it jumped back in fear and refused to drink from the river.

    The servant, a Christian who had heard that Jews use Christian blood for their Matzot and wine, returned home and told his master, “Hear, my lord, what a certain Jew did. As I rode behind him toward the river in order to give your horse a drink, I saw him throw a little Christian child, whom the Jews have killed, into the water. When I saw this I was horrified and hastened back quickly for fear he might kill me too. Even the horse under me was so frightened by the splash of water, when he threw the child in it, that it would not drink!”

    The following morning, the master met the ruler of the city, Theobald, son of Theobald, Count of Blois (son-in-law of King Louis VII of France). When Theobald heard the story he became enraged and ordered the imprisonment of the city’s small Jewish community.

    He agreed to free the Jews in exchange for a large sum of money. He allowed one Jew to meet with Jews in a neighboring city to negotiate the exchange. The imprisoned Jews, however, insisted that a ransom should not be paid since they were unwilling to part with the required gold.

    Eventually, negations failed after the local Bishop called on the Jews to die. He insisted he could prove their guilt by a test. He said he would fill a tank with water and the servant who claimed to see the Jew throw the child in the river would be put into it. If the servant floated, the Bishop said, it would prove he told the truth. If he sank, it would prove he had lied. Theobald agreed and the Bishop implemented the test. The servant floated and the Jews were found guilty.

    Theobald told the Jews, “You can save your lives if you will leave your religion and accept ours.” After refusing they were sentenced to death.

    Per Theobald’s order, two of the community’s rabbis, Rabbi Yechiel, the son of Rabbi David haKohen, and Rabbi Yekuthiel, the son of Rabbi Judah haKohen, were tied to a single stake and burned alive in front of the community. Again, Theobald demanded that they convert. They refused. He then tied a third Jew to the stake, Rabbi Judah the son of Aaron, and lit him on fire.

    By the end of the ordeal, fifty-one Jews were burned to death, including seventeen women. As they were burning, they chanted the Talmudic hymn “Aleinu,” beginning with the line, “It is our duty to praise the Master of all.” Once news of the tragedy spread, Rabbenu Tam declared a day of fasting and prayer in England, France and the Rhineland.

    Today, no Jews live in Blois.

  3. ZOGGING says:

    i gotcha..

  4. Bismarck says:

    Just NEVER mention VNNFORUM, as that would be too much for the goyim. Can’t risk spilling all the beans, can we Adam (we are one) Austin? Ha!

    • What beans would you be spilling? Who the fuck are you calling goyim jew? What’s with this “we are one” bullshit in my name faggot? Who the fuck said “we are one”???????? What good is VNN forums? It’s a bunch of kikes, is that why you wanted to give it special mention here? What exactly are you trying to say jew? We should hang out on VNN with all the other jews? Make your statements clear kid.

    • Antoine says:

      Fuck you PISSMARK, you worthless kike bitch. How many shekels you gettin’ from the ADL? How are your swastika-painted FBI buddies?


      Keep lying your ass off, you piece of shit. Nobody fuckin’ said “we are one” except your kike ass. Way to expose yourself, chump fuckin’ yid.

  5. Leo Lundgren says:

    Where can I find this video now?
    These fucking kikes monsters enemies of the world of course made the links not work now

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