Divide and Conquer in Charleston – Veterans Today

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…by Jonas E. Alexis

 

Whenever you look at a major event in recent memory, keep Yuri Slezkine’s thesis in mind. “The modern age is the Jewish Age,” says Slezkine on the first page of his book The Jewish Century. He continues to say that “the twentieth century, in particular, is the Jewish Century…Modernization is about everyone becoming Jewish.”[1]

Once the “Modern Age” essentially becomes “Jewish,” virtually no significant event gets reported with fairness anymore. The Dreadful Few make sure that they divide the Goyim and thereby conquering them.

Just recently, a troubled young man by the name of Dylan Roof, who was heavily on drugs, whose parents had been divorced and who only had a ninth grade education,[2] went into a church in Charleston, South Carolina, and shot nine people.

A sad story indeed, but the Zionist media wasted no time in weaponizing the tragic event. The New York Times itself has already furnished numerous articles on this and has declared that “white terrorism is as old as America.”[3] Once again we hear that “white supremacists” are “without borders.”[4] Within a few days, the New York Times already spent no less than ten articles on this.

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“Listen, I’m an Israeli defender. I mean, they pay me well to say crazy things in the air. And many people believe me!”

Other Zionist media have said that this was basically the culmination of virulent racism and “white supremacism” in America. Even the Jerusalem Post got into the act, “citing” Roof and saying that he wanted to create racial confrontation.[5] Bill Maher, the Jewish noisemaker who always turns a blind eye on Israel’s mass killing, got on a pedestal and declared, “Isn’t denying racism a form of racism?”

Yes, it is. So, Mr. Maher, aren’t you a racist by perpetually supporting Israel’s mass killings? Would you please check out Norman Finkelstein’s new book, Method and Madness: The Hidden Story of Israel’s Assaults on Gaza, and see what happened to the new concentration camp otherwise known as Gaza just last year?

When Maher was asked the question, “why are you more on the side of the Israelis?,” he responded,

“It’s not that complicated: Stop firing rockets into Israel and perhaps they won’t annihilate you. I mean, it’s so crazy when you look at these images on TV. Ok, they just had a little war. It lasted a week like most Israeli wars do; the Israelis lost a handful of people, shot down most of the rockets, and the neighborhoods in Gaza are devastated. They’re rubble. They lost over 1,000 people and yet somehow Palestinians are celebrating in the streets? I don’t get this celebrating when you just totally got your ass kicked.

“It’s obvious that Israelis, in all of their battles with the Palestinians, show restraint.”[6]

We will not spend too much time refuting this nonsense. Doesn’t Maher strip himself naked by ridiculously saying that Israelis “show restraint”? When was the last time he picks up a serious historical book? Could it be that Maher only has time to slander the Goyim and no time to read books such as The Ethnic Cleansing of Palestine or even Benny Morris’ Righteous Victims?

In any event, Roof himself had black drinking buddies. One friend by the name of Christon Scriven testified: “One night we all got drunk together and since then, me and Dylan were just homeboys. We would just chill every day.”

This obviously weakens the “white supremacist” view and strengthens the idea that something else was at work in Roof’s head when he shot those people at the church. In fact, medical studies tell us that drugs and mood-altering medications can play a detrimental role in people’s life—most specifically the young and the restless.[7] In fact, the young people who have committed murder on a massive scale over the last twenty or thirty years or so have largely been under the influence of mood-altering drugs.

Steven Kazmierczak, who terrorized students and others at Northern Illinois University in 2008, and Eric Harris and Dylan Kleibold, who massacred both students and a teacher at Columbine High School in 1999, were all taking anti-depressant drugs such as Xanax, Ambien, Prozac, etc.[8]

Furthermore, we can easily dismiss the “white supremacist” stuff by reading Scriven’s testimony. And if we can do that, then the Zionist narrative is to be dismissed as well:

“Scriven said Roof confided that he was unhappy, bouncing between the homes of his divorced parents. He would stay for days at the mobile home park, smoking American Spirit cigarettes and drinking hard, Scriven said. Then he would go home for a day or two to get clothes and money.

“Scriven said he could tell Roof was depressed, and that he complained that he wasn’t getting the love and emotional support he needed from his parents. When he got upset, Roof would retreat to his car, blasting a cassette tape of opera… Last week, while they were drinking in the back of Scriven’s house, Roof blurted out his plan about carrying out a mass shooting at the College of Charleston.

“‘I don’t think the church was his primary target because he told us he was going for the school,’ Scriven said Friday. ‘But I think he couldn’t get into the school because of the security … so I think he just settled for the church.’”

Scriven, who saw what happened, did not move into the ridiculous notion that Roof was a “white supremacist.” He instead said,

“There are a lot of things that happen in life that we just don’t understand and we’ll never understand. And this situation is something that you’re not going to find the answers to from ordinary people. … The only person that can tell you is Dylan.”

Roof himself may not be able to give a fully rational explanation of what happened, since evil itself is irrational and sometimes diabolical. Caleb Brown, another black friend who knew Roof since childhood, also testified that

“he must have only recently begun to ‘hate black people’ as there was no indication of his being racist while [growing] up….I would want details of when it happened, what made him get into the mindset of hate, what specifically made him hate black people. Why at a church where there could be little kids?”


What many in the media and even the New York Times would not accurately report is that the families of the victims display courage and forgiveness over adversity. One writer who actually reports this fairly declares:

“Even the most cynical atheist had to have been in awe as the family members of the murdered faithful rose one after another in the Charleston courtroom and proved the power of their own faith in the face of crushing loss.

“‘I forgive you,’ Nadine Collier said through tears to the accused killer of her mother, Ethel Lance. ‘You took something very precious away from me. I will never get to talk to her ever again. I will never be able to hold her again, but I forgive you, and have mercy on your soul. You hurt me. You hurt a lot of people. But God forgives you and I forgive you.’

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Phillis Wheatley

“Next came Anthony Thompson, husband of Myra Thompson. He began by addressing the court rather than his wife’s accused killer. ‘I would just like him to know that, to say the same thing that was just said: I forgive him and my family forgives him. But we would like him to take this opportunity to repent.’

“The husband then spoke directly to Dylann Roof, who was watching and listening via a video connection from jail. ‘Repent. Confess. Give your life to the one who matters most—Christ. So that He can change him and change your ways.’

“The next to speak was Felicia Sanders, mother of a magical young man named Tywanza Sanders. ‘We welcomed you Wednesday night in our Bible study with welcome arms…’

“She was followed by Wanda Simmons, granddaughter of Daniel Simmons. ‘Although my grandfather and the other victims died at the hands of hate, this is proof, everyone’s plea for your soul, is proof that they lived in love and their legacies will live in love. So hate won’t win. And I just want to thank the court for making sure that hate doesn’t win.’

“Finally, there was Bethane Middleton-Brown, sister of DePayne Middleton Doctor. ‘That was my sister, and I’d like to thank you on behalf of my family for not allowing hate to win. For me, I’m a work in progress. And I acknowledge that I am very angry. But one thing that DePayne always enjoined in our family, is she taught me that we are the family that love built. We have no room for hating, so we have to forgive.’”[9]

The Daily Beast, of all places, declared,

“Roof kept his eyes lowered, surely hearing the dead speak along with the living. He must have felt the weakness of evil in the face of such good. Even atheists had to see divinity in these families built by love. God was there in that courtroom if He has even been anywhere.”[10]

This powerful and courageous message has been in existence in one way or another in the black community since time immemorial, going all the way back to people like Phillis Wheatley and Olaudah Equiano, former slaves. Wheatley in particular wrote in the eighteenth century:

“Turn now I pray thee from the dangerous road

Rise from the dust and seek the mighty God

By whose great mercy we do move and live

Whose loving kindness doth our sins forgive

Tis Beelzebub our adversary great

Witholds from us the kingdom and the seat

Bliss weeping waits us in her arms to fly.

At the last day where wilt thou hid thy face

That day approaching is no time for Grace

Too late perceive thyself undone and lost

To late own Father, Son, and Holy Ghost…

 

He came to save us from our sins, and had

Compassion more than language can express.

Pains his companions, and his friends distress

Immanuel on the cross those pains did bear

Will the eternal our petitions hear?

Ah! Wond’rous Destiny his life he laid

“Father forgive them,” thus the Saviour pray’d

Nail’d was king Jesus on the cross for us

For our transgressions he sustain’d the Curse.[11]

The Civil Rights movement, which was a Jewish subversive movement, ideologically changed all that powerful message in many sections in the black community and many blacks have turned into revolutionaries. They end up mimicking the Dreadful Few in an indirect way.

If you want a classic example, then consider this.

While teaching at Spelman College as the head of the history department, Jewish revolutionary Howard Zinn got the chance to refashion and mold black writers such as Alice Walker, best known for The Color Purple, and Marian Wright Edelman. After working tirelessly to encourage the school to join the Civil Rights Movement in the 1960s but failing, Zinn began to write articles against the school, which eventually led to his dismissal.

But Zinn’s efforts did result in getting a fairly decent percentage of Spelman’s students to participate in the civil rights movement, and through his ideology turned those kids into revolutionaries. Harry G. Lefever, who was a professor of sociology at Spelman during that era, declares,

“In spring 1960, many of Spelman’s students literally broke free from their parochial and conservative past. With their statements and actions they turned the campus and the city in a radical direction.”[12]

In March 1960, a group of students began protesting, using tactics like sitins. They specifically

“selected restaurants at city and county courthouses, lunch counters located in federal buildings, and cafeterias connected with bus and train terminals as targets for their first sit-ins, since presumably all were covered by the Fourteenth Amendment.

“Specifically, the students selected lunch counters at the following ten locations: the state capitol, Fulton County Courthouse, City Halls, Trailways and Greyhound bus stations, Union and Terminal railway stations, S. H. Kress 10-cent store, and two cafeterias—the S&S and Sprayberry—located in federal buildings.

“Much of the preparation for the students’ first major action took place in the living room of Howard and Roz Zinn, who lived in an apartment in the back part of MacVicar Hall on Spelman’s campus. Although the Zinns did not actually sit in with the students in March 15, Howard Zinn played a significant role.”[13]

These actions led to the arrest of seventy students, “including fourteen from Spelman.”[14]

Yet the student body continued to follow Zinn’s revolutionary ideas:

“The class of 1960 dedicated the 1960 volume of Reflections (the student yearbook) to Howard Zinn, professor of history and chair of the Social Science Department. Along with his picture, the students published words of appreciation for his friendship and guidance.”[15]

The tribute stated that Zinn “has been an inspiration to the whole Spelman family since his arrival.”[16]

By the time Zinn had established himself as a revolutionary influence in the lives of the students at Spelman, the moral pendulum in the life of black students began to change for the worst, sharply contrasting with the largely moral behavior of black youth during the time of slavery. In an article entitled “Finishing School for Pickets,” Zinn discussed the changed attitude he had helped to inspire in the students:

“In the article, Zinn discussed how Spelman students had rejected the ‘generations-old advice’ of their elders—‘be nice, be well-mannered and ladylike, don’t speak loudly, and don’t get into trouble.’ He continued by saying that Spelman girls are still nice, but ‘not enough to keep them from walking up and down, carrying picket signs in front of the supermarkets in the heart of Atlanta.’”[17]

In short, the Civil Rights Movement turned things around. The culmination of this ideological cell is the new “knockout game,” in which an assailant attempts to knock out an innocent victim with a sucker-punch and leaves the scene as quickly as possible. On a few occasions, members of the group would record what happened and then upload the event on the Internet. This has been going on for years.

On August 14 of last year, a 34-year old pregnant woman by the name of Jannatul Ferdous “was sucker-punched in the back of the head.”[18] Two days earlier, a 72-year-old cancer survivor by the name of Donald Lathrom “was left with bleeding on the brain when he was knocked out in broad daylight on a West Village street…”[19]

Guess how many articles did the New York Times write about any of this? Zero! In fact, the New York Times and Washington Post, as far as I am concerned, have never talked about the knockout game. Sometimes other lesser known media outlets would briefly talk about it but then quickly move into “important” matters, such as “police brutality” on blacks. One man by the name of Conrad Alvin Barrett decided to do something about it:

“A 27-year-old Texas man was arrested by federal authorities on Thursday for allegedly filming himself punching a 79-year-old African-American man and breaking his jaw. Authorities say the assailant was attempting to see whether a “knockout” attack on a black victim would be nationally televised.”[20]

Barrett, of course, was charged with “hate crime.”[21] But no black, as far as I am concerned, has been charged with “hate crime” for doing the same thing. In fact, the Zionist media does not want to get involved much when blacks commit crimes. You remember the “innocent” Michael Brown? Well, here is the real Michael Brown that the media did not want you to see (Thanks to Gordon Duff for pointing this out first):

As Duff put it then:

“The scam has gone on long enough.  Black on black crime in the US is the problem, not police racism…Yes, police departments are corrupt, and certainly they victimize veterans. Yet, most Americans know the police, don’t like all of them, hate some of them but know the majority are people doing the best they can of a job no rational person would ever want…

“When a veteran in a wheelchair was shot for pulling out his mobile phone, mistaken for a missile launcher, nothing was said.

“There has been no single event more damaging to African Americans than Michael Brown and his very justified killing in the single cleanest police shooting of all time.  When a 93 year old veteran with a shoe horn was gunned down by police, we didn’t hear a word.  Police actually said the shoe horn was believed to be a samurai sword.  As Jim W. Dean so often says, ‘You just can’t make this ‘stuff’ up.’ I am surprised a pistol brought Brown down, I would have suggested something more powerful.”

One mother, whose son had been knocked out once, recounted her frustration with the police department to file charges against the perpetrators. She said:

“I was told that I couldn’t just make an accusation. I was told that I should have called 911 at the time of the incident. I was told that I couldn’t file because my son wasn’t injured. I was told that I couldn’t file because I didn’t see it happen to my son. I was finally able to file when the sergeant arrived and allowed me to file because my son told me he was hit.

“I’m not optimistic that anything further will happen. But I did my part. I hope the cops follow through and speak to their school and to their parents. As for me, I will now have to change our morning routine because, unfortunately for me, they now know me and know that I reported them. I just hope it can turn out well for them. If their mothers don’t care, this one does.”[22]

Once again, where are the New York Times, the Washington Post, CNN, etc? Yet all of a sudden they want to come out of the woodwork and declare “white suppremacism”? They constantly allow Israeli agent Isabel Kershner to defend Israel when the regime liquidates Palestinians and now they supposedly want to tell us that America is full of “white supremacists”?

Well, they can leave me out of this Zionist claptrap. If Palestinian dead bodies mean anything, then the Israeli regime is the real racist state.  When will the New York Times properly address the “Jews-only” marriage laws in Israel?


[1] Yuri Slezkine, The Jewish Century (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2004), 1.

[2] Katie Zavadski, “Charleston Shooting Suspect Dylann Roof Called a Pill-Popping Racist,” Daily Beast, June 19, 2015; Michael Dally, “Charleston Shooting Families Proved Grace Wins Out Over Hate,” Daily Beast, June 20, 2015; Jessica Glenza, “Dylann Roof: the cold stare of a killer with a history of drug abuse and racism,” Guardian, June 18, 2015.

[3] Brit Bennett, “White Terrorism Is as Old as America,” NY Times, June 19, 2015.

[4] Morris Dees and J. Richard Cohen, “White Supremacists Without Borders,” NY Times, June 22, 2015.

[5] “White suspect charged with murder in attack on black US church,” Jerusalem Post, June 19, 2015.

[6] Danielle Berrin, “Bill Maher on Israel, Uncut and Uncensored,” Jewish Journal, November 29, 2012.

[7] See for example Peter Breggin and David Cohen, Your Drugs May Be Your Problem: How and Why to Stop Taking Psychiatric Medications (New York: Da Capo Press, 1999); Peter Breggin, Medication Madness: A Psychiatrist Exposes the Dangers of Mood-Altering Medications (New York: St. Martin’s Press, 2008).

[8] “Girlfriend: Shooter was taking cocktail of 3 drugs,” CNN, February 20, 2008; Nancy Gibbs and Timothy Roche, “The Columbine Tapes,” Time, December 20, 1999.

[9] Michael Dally, “Charleston Shooting Families Proved Grace Wins Out Over Hate,” Daily Beast, June 20, 2015.

[10] Ibid.

[11] John C. Shields, ed., The Collected Works of Phillis Wheatley (New York: Oxford University Press, 1988), 130, 132.

[12] Harry G. Lefever, Undaunted by the Fight: Spellman College and the Civil Rights Movement (Macon, GA: Mercer University Press, 2005), 23.

[13] Ibid., 33-34.

[14] Ibid., 34.

[15] Ibid., 52.

[16] Ibid.

[17] Ibid., 56.

[18] Larry Celona, “Pregnant woman sucker-punched in unprovoked attack,” NY Post, August 14, 2014.

[19] Georgett Roberts, Larry Celona, and Natasha Velez, “72-year-old bleeding from brain after Village ‘knockout’ attack,” NY Post, August 12, 2014.

[20] Ryan J. Reilly, “White Guy Accused Of Filming ‘Knockout Game’ Attack On Black Man Gets Charged With Hate Crime,” Huffington Post, December 27, 2013.

[21] Ibid.

[22] “My Son Was a Victim of the Knockout Game,” Huffington Post, January 26, 2014.

Jonas E. Alexis

Jonas E. Alexis studied mathematics and philosophy as an undergraduate at Palm Beach Atlantic University and has a master’s degree in education from Grand Canyon University.

Some of his main interests include the history of Christianity, U.S. foreign policy, the history of the Israel/Palestine conflict, and the history of ideas. He is the author of the new book ,Christianity & Rabbinic Judaism: A History of Conflict Between Christianity and Rabbinic Judaism from the first Century to the Twenty-first Century.

He is currently teaching mathematics in South Korea. He plays soccer and basketball in his spare time. He is also a cyclist. He is currently writing a book tentatively titled Zionism and the West.

Alexis welcomes comments, letters, and queries in order to advance, explain, and expound rational and logical discussion on issues such as the Israel/Palestine conflict, the history of Christianity, and the history of ideas.

In the interest of maintaining a civil forum, Alexis asks that all queries be appropriately respectful and maintain a level of civility. As the saying goes, “iron sharpens iron,” and the best way to sharpen one’s mind is through constructive criticism, good and bad.

However, Alexis has no patience with name-calling and ad hominem attack. He has deliberately ignored many queries and irrational individuals in the past for this specific reason—and he will continue to abide by this policy.

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  1. The establishment has a problem, pushing psychotropic drugs on boys in the schools while waving away the obvious link between the known side effects and these mass murders. The fact that MSM interest in the subsequent trials is perfunctory, at best, shows justice for the victims is virtually irrelevant issue once the Jewish-dominated circus of white hatred and gun confiscation has been milked for all it’s worth, which makes sense in the larger context of the MSM’s running with the same themes like horses out of the starting gate and often with obvious foreknowledge. Michael Hoffman points out the highly symbolic nature of this occurring on the 33rd deg N parallel home of Scottish Rite masonry, while Gordon’s analysis of that improbable manifesto lends support to the investigative hypothesis this was staged and Dylan Storm Roof just another patsy.









  2. I’ll forgive the Jews who did 9/11, looted our economy, trashed our “justice” system, our “education” system, turned the US into a police state, try to pit blacks against whites, men against women, kids against their parents, steal our inventions and enterprise…….

    Yes, I’ll forgive them, all. As soon as they are rotting in Hell where they can’t hurt anyone. Until then, we’ve got work to do.









  3. The love grace and forgiveness is stuck in the craw as is friends testimonies. His family has stated they want privacy,,, really.




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