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Rodskarl Dubhgall
Wednesday, June 20th, 2018, 03:20 AM
What was the original Zionist Occupied Government?

1. Joseph in Egypt
2. Moses in Egypt
3. Joshua in Canaan
4. Daniel in Babylon
5. Esther/Mordecai in Persia

Do these not fit the profile? If not, then what situation is the prototype for Z.O.G.?

Uwe Jens Lornsen
Wednesday, June 20th, 2018, 09:07 AM
The conqueror David , who had been a halfling from Moab , where Moses is said to be buried ,
might have introduced a set of laws called Ten Commandments into the City of Jerusalem
and the surroundings he had been able to control.

There had been a lot of civil war afterwards between the Capital and the countryside of Israel.

The halflingness of David inspired the probably fictional person of 'Jesus' around 1000 or 1200 years later.


In that sense it would compare to Anglo-Saxons conquered by Normans.



Edit : Other examples, that come in mind :

1) Civil War in Afghanistan of the countryside against the capital of Kabul.
That civil war was always one of traditionalism against modernism.
Even though our western medias tried to paint the wars in Afghanistan
as a simple war against some evil Communism in the 1980s ,
the Communists tried to "enhance" the quality of life in Kabul at least.

2) The uprising in the largest city of Libya named 'Benghasi' against
Ghaddafi which then would become the new capital .
Libya seems to be a multi-cultural melting pot of several tribes,
that just exploded one day.

Rodskarl Dubhgall
Wednesday, June 20th, 2018, 01:34 PM
1. Joseph is probably the very first example of an Israelite, proto-Jew in control of another nation's government, although he had no explicit Zionist objective and actually oversaw the first ghetto of his kind squatting on the land being occupied. It's a lie to call it slavery, for the Israelites to have worked for their land and paid tribute to the Pharaoh--anything else would have been stealing.

2. Moses was the first actual Zionist and example of royal favoritism toward the Israelites, giving him a special place in the court. Moses and the Israelites had everything in Egypt, if they were able to be good subjects of Pharaoh, but it's obvious that it got to their heads and spoilt brat Moses terrorized his host for more recognition and land than others in the realm. The Israelites held the Egyptians hostage.

3. Joshua actually led Zionist troops into battle and destroyed Jericho, occupying Canaan and plundering its people's resources. It is the first example of forcing Moses on to another nation and the first example of nation building to replace the homeland of the natives, with the Zionist pipe dream. This is the template of what we know of the 20th Century invasion of Palestine and the Arab-Israeli War.

4. Daniel in Babylon is the first example of an actual Jew in what became Iraq. Abraham himself, was a Chaldean from Ur, which means that the "Captivity" simply reunited his offspring, under the rule of their own kind, in their own homeland. This period is the undoing of Zionism, but Daniel blindsided Nebuchadnezzar and made way for the Exilarchs to rule a separate state of Diaspora Jewry in the land.

5. Mordecai used his female relative Esther to seduce the King of Persia away from his Aryan queen and persecute Aryans in the court with so-called "hate crimes" legislation. Jews usurped the government for rebuilding the Temple in the second wave of Zionism. This is pretty much the type of Zionism we know of today, where Aryans have become "Righteous Gentiles". Look at Iran today...

Wuotans Krieger
Thursday, December 27th, 2018, 10:55 AM
What was the original Zionist Occupied Government?

1. Joseph in Egypt
2. Moses in Egypt
3. Joshua in Canaan
4. Daniel in Babylon
5. Esther/Mordecai in Persia

Do these not fit the profile? If not, then what situation is the prototype for Z.O.G.?

I consider the appalling behaviour of Joseph in Egypt to be the first overt example of Zionism in action. Indeed the Old Testament, especially Genesis, Exodus, I and II Kings and I and II Chronicles are worthy of study for they give a useful insight into the Jewish mind and reveal the Jewish agenda. I also believe that if you wish to understand a people you must study the psychology of their god or gods and the psychology of the god of the Bible is very revealing.