Jewish Occupied Governments: USSR
These Christians are but a few of the 100,000,000 Christian innocents who were exterminated by the Anti-Christian Jewish Red Commissars in Russia under the orders of Trotsky, the Jewish Commissar of Commissars. Yet Spielberg will never Direct a "Schindler's List" Movie for them or their genocide. Why is that? Because Jews did it.
My relatives and my fellow Christians were murdered in the USSR under Jewish Marxism between 1917-1945, and many of the Marxists came to Russia from New York to do this to Christians in 1917 after Jacob Schiff, the Jewish anti-Christian maniac banker who owned The Guaranty National Trust, the largest bank in the United States, financed Lenin and Trotsky $35 million for the Red Revolution and the mass killing of these Christian souls. We must never forget this.
"Warrant for Genocide Ignored"
by Michael Hoffman
As noted previously, on "Israel Radio" on Feb. 29, 2008, Israeli Deputy
Defense Minister Matan Vilnai called for the "Shoah" (holocaust) of
Palestinians in Gaza. The Israeli newspaper Haaretz noted that, "The word
'shoah,' Hebrew for liolocaust,' is used primarily to describe the murder of six
million Jews by the Nazis."
Steven Erlanger of the New York Times
conceded as much: "Mr. Vilnai used the Hebrew word 'shoah,' meaning
catastrophe or holocaust, and rarely used for anything other than the Nazi
extermination of the Jews." (NY Times, Saturday March 1, 2008).
The Sunday March 2 edition of the Times made only the following
reference to Matan Vilnai: "... Vilnai, said the military was engaged in 'an
enlarged operation and not a major ground operation' of the type Israeli
politicians have been pressing for. Mr. Vilnai told Israel Radio that 'we are
using mostly air units' and that Israeli forces 'are permanently engaged in
Gaza, and what we are doing now is within the scope of such activities."
Forty-eight hours after the Israeli deputy defense minister declared that
he wanted to annihilate (shoah) the Palestinians of Gaza, his Nazi-like Shoah
statement was regarded as not worth repeating in a report on the violence
the Israelis inflicted in Gaza almost immediately after he made the
statement. It seems that the New York Times was attempting damage control
on behalf of the public relations image of the Israelis. Vilnai's call for
genocide in Gaza was mentioned only once in the New York Times.
Just two days after Matan Vilnai said of the 1.5 million Palestinian
people living in Gaza that they may be annihilated, more than a hundred
Palestinians were killed in an Israeli pogrom, and the New York Times
couldn't recall Vilnai's threat to "shoah" the Gazans. This is how the Israelis
are protected from the consequences of their exterminating racism by the
western media, even as their critics are eternally stigmatized.
Haaretz, March 1, 2008.