Monday, August 17, 2009

Who Are the Zionists?

When Rothschild and Co(horts) intended to build Tel Aviv they turned to the three communities that lived in Yaffo at the time with tempting lured: the Arabs, the Jews and a community of Germans who lived in Yaffo. When Tel Aviv was built the Germans got the choicest jobs and were installed in the government positions.

They settled an area called Sharona (or Sarona), which is now called HaKirya. It is the governmental hub of Tel Aviv. There are also important military offices there.

I checked into just who those Germans were. They were, and are, antinomians. They called themselves Templers.

These same Germans later supported Hitler. See here:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sarona,_Palestine

"Templers are members of the Temple Society (German: Tempelgesellschaft), a German Protestant sect with roots in the Pietist movement of the Lutheran Church. The Templers were expelled from the church in 1858 because of their millennial beliefs. Their aim was to realize the apocalyptic visions of the prophets of Israel in the Holy Land. [1] Membership in the Temple Society today is about 1000 members."

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Templers_(religious_believers)

I'll copy that again: "Their aim was to realize the apocalyptic visions of the prophets of Israel in the Holy Land."

Those were the people installed at the top of the government and military structure in Tel Aviv.

And take a look at this:

Sarona, the Kirya in Tel Aviv was founded by the Templars

In Palestina:

The first fruits to carry the "Jaffa orange" brand were from an agricultural colony of the Temple Society in Sarona(commonly pronounced Sharona, est. 1871). Sarona I greet you with heart and handI greet your citizens that live thereYou beloved piece of home in the Holy landYou ornament of Germanic Strength

http://www.jewishmag.com/129mag/sarona/sarona.htm

I told you the top ranks of the Zionist establishment are not Jews.

Doreen Ellen Bell-Dotan, Tzfat, Israel

DoreenDotan@gmail.com

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