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April 30, 2016 SnyderTalk: The World Blames the Jews, But Never the Terrorists

1--Intro Covering Israel and ME

“Therefore behold, I am going to make them know—this time I will make them know My power and My might; and they shall know that My Name is Yahweh.” (Jeremiah 16: 21)


2--SnyderTalk Lead Headline for use


Judith Bergman—The World Blames the Jews, But Never the Terrorists:

A disturbingly clear pattern has emerged in the wake of the increase in terrorism around the world, especially in the West. Whenever there is a terrorist attack, the parents, friends and families of the perpetrators are always in “deep shock.” They cannot fathom from where their terrorist offspring, who had always been so “normal and good,” got their inspiration. The parents have absolutely “no idea” what could possibly have prompted the attacks.

It is conspicuous — and pathetic — how uniform these parents of Muslim radicals are in their frantic denial of knowledge and responsibility for raising monsters that go out and commit such atrocities. But the politically correct mainstream international press never probes deeper and lets the parents off the hook easily. After all, the international mainstream media pushes and encourages the very victimhood narratives that the parents’ denials and feigned “shock” feed into in order to escape further scrutiny. It is astounding that no one in the media seriously questions these uniform denials.

Among all these stories of feigned shock and surprise, that of the parents of the Hamas terrorist who bombed the Jerusalem bus recently (wounding 20 people and killing himself) takes the prize. Not only do the parents insist they had “no idea” their son had been involved with the Hamas, they feel no remorse for his actions and astoundingly blame Israel and the Jews for his actions: “You Jews have to understand something: Abed al-Hamid did not come from a poor family; he came from an affluent one. He had his own car. A family with property and money … a cultured household — with manners, respect, education — which opposes violence. You Israelis have to ask yourselves what causes a boy like ours to want to do such a thing. And I am telling you: Israel is responsible. Israel caused this generation to act this way. This generation has no future. No work. You pressure them and hurt them and create a hopeless situation for them. You are turning the young generation into what it is. The next generation, the young children, will be even more dangerous.”


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SnyderTalk Comment:

Anti-Semitism is an insidious problem.  It appears in so many subtle ways that it is nearly invisible to people with an anti-Semitic bent.

Regrettably, many people throughout the world today are closest anti-Semites.  Most of them don’t know it so they would never admit it, but it is evident by the things they do and say.

For example, people who say that Jews were responsible for the banking crisis in 2008 are demonstrating an anti-Semitic bias.  It’s true that many Jewish people are bankers, but most bankers aren’t Jewish.

Bankers contributed mightily to the 2008 banking crisis, but it was not the product of bankers alone.  President Jimmy Carter initiated the problem in the 1970s by requiring bankers to make real estate loans to people with marginal credit or worse.

Jimmy Carter is not Jewish.  In fact, he’s an anti-Semite.  He wouldn’t admit it, but he is.  His actions and his words give him away.

Real estate appraisers contributed to the problem as well by making inflated assessments of property values.  Real estate brokers are guilty, too, because they worked bankers and appraisers to get loans approved for people who could not afford to repay their debt.

In other words, many people from many fields caused the problem.  Few of them were Jewish.  Thus, blaming Jews for the 2008 banking crisis is anti-Semitic.  That’s one example.  There are many others.

Jewish people are not any more perfect than any other group, but they take the lion’s share of the blame when problems develop.  That’s anti-Semitic.

Hitler used the anti-Semitic bent of ordinary Germans to build his Third Reich.  Today, Arab leaders and Islamists exploit the anti-Semitic biases of their potential followers to justify their failures and to rally support for their anti-Jewish causes.

People who join them in their efforts are demonstrating their anti-Semitic biases because they swallow those lies about Jewish people hook, line, and sinker.  Thus, they are anti-Semites, too.

Jewish people are singled out for criticism because they along with the other Children of Israel are Yahweh’s Chosen People.  A complete explanation of that point would take awhile, so I won’t give it here.  Let it suffice to say that most people alive today who are Children of Israel don’t know it.  Jewish people are the only recognizable group.  That’s why they are singled out.

In reality, people who demonstrate an anti-Semitic bias are anti-Yahweh. They resent the fact that Yahweh chose the Children of Israel, and they act out their anger by targeting Jews.  The fact that they don’t recognize their biases is immaterial.

As I said, it’s an insidious, subtle problem.  At the root, anti-Semitism is anti-Yahweh.

See “Israel laments UN’s ‘unfair criticism’ over Golan Heights”.  This is an example of anti-Semitism at work today.  As I said, there are many more examples.

Also, see “Sweden Facing Another Migrant Invasion?”  Where Muslims gather, anti-Semitism is sure to follow.  That’s not an anti-Muslim statement.  It’s a statement of fact because anti-Semitism is central to Islam.  It’s in the Quran.  That’s a fact.



3--HNIY the Website


His Name is Yahweh, the website, is a companion of the book His Name is Yahweh.

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SnyderTalk Comment:

This is an example of anti-Semitism on the Temple Mount.  It happened a few days ago.

As I said, Islam is anti-Semitic.  It’s in the Quran.



15--Concentric Circles 5

“The glory which You have given Me I have given to them, that they may be one, just as We are one; I in them and You in Me, that they may be perfected in unity, so that the world may know that You sent Me, and loved them, even as You have loved Me. Father, I desire that they also, whom You have given Me, be with Me where I am, so that they may see My glory which You have given Me, for You loved Me before the foundation of the world.” (John 17: 22-24)

See “His Name is Yahweh”.