12 thoughts on “A thousand words

  1. excellent,.speaks volumes..by da way it was a Jewish photographer who took the picture of the marines..clint eastwade made a movie about it too..

  2. ‘Seal of Solomon’, or ‘Star of Remphan’… NOT ‘Star of David’.

    “Yea, ye took up the tabernacle of Moloch, and the star of your god Remphan, figures which ye made to worship them: and I will carry you away beyond Babylon.” Acts 7:43

    King David would have SLAUGHTERED those filthy lying jews, had they attempted to infiltrate Israel in HIS day. Solomon went WAY off the reservation in his later years…

    “And he had seven hundred wives, princesses, and three hundred concubines: and his wives turned away his heart.” 1 Kings 11:3 KJ

    Slight overkill?

    1. Speaking of reservations, I’m thinking Pima Indians here…like Ira Hayes….

      “They call him drunken Ira Hayes he won’t answer anymore
      Not the whiskey drinking Indian or the Marine that went to war…”

      1. Solomon became thoroughly corrupted in his later years. He built temples to pagan ‘gods’ for his pagan wives, and became heavily involved in sorcery/magic as well.

        It’s rumored that the treasure sought by the Knights Templar was NOT Solomon’s gold, but rather the cache of scrolls containing his spells & incantations, that had been (allegedly) hidden beneath his throne.

        They obviously found one or the other, as they became fabulously wealthy… virtually overnight.

  3. Reminds me of a Johnny Cash song….if Ira Hayes was alive today he would know why the Pima Indians were killed off one way or another, and would know why he drank himself to death. Star of Remphan indeed–and I will have nothing to do with churches that “raise” the Star of Remphan aka the Israeli flag.

    1. I like to ask them why don’t just convert, since they purportedly can become an honorary chosenite. Why just be a member of the support squad when you can become a full fledged member of the “elite”?

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