Thanks to a sharp eye one of my reader’s alerted me to this post –
I knew this day would come and now it has.
It still boggles the mind how “the chosen” equate any kind of criticism with hate. Now distrust can be added to the mix. They really have crafted a clever campaign against the world and the uneducated, convincingly. What they really hate though are people like this blogger who are aware of their deception.
But lets define the Jews’ claim further. Currently, this is the definition of hate as found at Dictionary.com:
hate: 1. to dislike intensely or passionately; feel extreme aversion for or extreme hostility toward; detest:
In the 1965 edition of Webster’s New World Dictionary we find this definition:
hate: 1. to have strong dislike or ill will for; despise, wish to avoid.
Looking at the two definitions of ‘hate’ it would seem that today’s version is far more threatening than in earlier descriptions. Intensely and passionately have replaced “strong” in defining how one dislikes another, and “despise” replaced with detest, which actually means to call down a curse upon.
In other words, ‘hate’ has been redefined into a more malevolent term. And I have no doubt who is responsible.
The blog post that started this unfair accusation of hate was about my association with Gordon Duff and Veteran’s Today –
Reading the article no claim of hate can be found or even insinuated because there is none. What was said is that “I would no longer trust Jews” and with that statement it is an automatic claim of hatred by any Jew. Well, in the real world that just does not hold water because firstly it is incorrect not to mention ridiculous. We all distrust certain people but that does not imply that they are hated.
Distrust does not equal hate in any language.
I refuse to focus my precious time on this matter any further, however, the record needed to be set straight and before more threats ensue.