Wednesday, August 15, 2012

There's one born every minute

An American Christian group, based in Tennessee, organizes all expense paid working tours for Christians who want to visit Israel.  That is, all the expenses are paid for by the pilgrims.  Yup, you heard right: these people pay to go and work for free for Jews:

The "pilgrimages" are operated by a group calling itself, HaYovel:

HaYovel suckers, errrh... workers see it as their mission to "build bridges of understanding between Christians and Jews". Not surprisingly Jews see things rather differently: “Why are gentiles needed? They will work, they will plow, they will reap. We will sit like an effendi and eat. That is why gentiles were created....  Goyim were born only to serve us. Without that, they have no place in the world – only to serve the People of Israel.” - Rabbi Ovadia Yosef

The HaYovel types of Christians, and here I'm using the word very loosely, can't see the shekels for the vineyard. "Suckers" is really too polite a term for describing such people.  However, 1900 years ago, St. Paul saw them clearly and penned this, "And for this cause God shall send them a strong delusion, that they should believe the lie." 2Th 2:11.

Impressed by the bottomless gullibility of the goyim, the Jews have gotten on the bus with their own slaves for Israel program:

Sadly, in spite of their depraved dedication to helping the Israelis enjoy the fruits of murder, rape and robbery, HaYovel is under fire for... antisemitism!
These suckers PAY all their expenses in order to go to Israel and WORK FOR FREE for Jews - then find themselves accused of antisemitism!  You couldn't make this stuff up if you tried all day. 

There is a God.  And He has a fine sense of humor.



  1. "My opinion of Christian Zionists? They’re scum. But don’t tell them that. We need all the useful idiots we can get right now.” — Benyamin Netanyahu, at the time a former IsraHELL prime minister.

  2. Fitz are you a pagan worshiping the Queen of Heaven ,Christmas is not the date of the birth of Christ no where in bible The Bible does not tell us when Jesus was born. However, we know that the angels announced the birth of Christ to the Bethlehem shepherds in the open fields who were tending their flocks by night.. This fact certainly implies that the birth of Jesus could NOT have been on the 25th of December. "The cold of the night in Palestine between December and February is very piercing, and it was not customary for the shepherds of Judea to watch their flocks in the open fields later than about the end of October." Hislop, A., The Two Babylons, Loiseaux Brothers, Neptune, N.J. pg 91.

    1. And how is this relevant to the above post?

  3. "Christmas is not the date of the birth of Christ no where in bible The Bible does not tell us when Jesus was born...."