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A Book To End Confusion About Zionism

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Controversy of Zion, by Douglas Reed:

was written in 1956. Reed was a foreign corespondent for the London Times, and he covered WW2. He was sacked for submitting anti Zionist articles (because the Times, and all other major newspapers were and still are owned by Zionists).

He goes right back to the Old Testament, and with huge amounts of data and archive material sets out to illustrate that the world is, in fact run by Zionists. Quite a heavy read, but I get the impression there's alot of really intelligent members here who would get through it really quickly.

It really is worth a read no matter what political label you pin on yourself.


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Don't be silly Auto. She's obviously talking about the secret city from 'The Matrix' and its more recent sequels. Despite the bland decor and its populaces annoying addiction to Rave parties Zion was a pretty square place. While most people were happy to escape reality and live their lives in a computer controlled trancelike dream reality(not unlike nintendo) the Zionists attempted to escape their fellow humans escape from reality(dumb huh!). After a megasupermongous battle with a race of giant toasters they then made peace and all lived happily ever after.


Look it up in a dictionary. You'll see I'm right.

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According to dictionary.com:




A Jewish movement that arose in the late 19th century in response to growing anti-Semitism and sought to reestablish a Jewish homeland in Palestine. Modern Zionism is concerned with the support and development of the state of Israel.

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