Why are so many people drawn to conspiracy theories in times of crisis?
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Talmudic debate says it all. Such a lovely book, that Talmud, that gives terrorists like the Auerbachs (the family name before they changed it to honor father Benjamin's terrorist brother) license to kill all goyim and is essentially a total negation of the Old Testament, placing the clergy above all man and God. The Emanuel patriarch, Benjamin, was a terrorist in the Irgun, implicated in the false-flag bombing of the King David Hotel and other violent acts against both the British and Arabs in Palestine. After more than half a lifetime he's still an Arab-hating bigot. When Rahm became Obama's chief of staff, the president's very first appointment, Benjamin stated in an interview:
"Obviously he'll influence the President to be pro-Israel. Why wouldn't he? What is he, an Arab? He's not going to be mopping floors at the White House."
He's been under a media gag ever since.
Oh yes, such a model family. Maybe you should put them on the couch and dissect their megalomania and sociopathy. That you could hold them up as a model says a great deal about the depths to which society has fallen.
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