Friday, April 19, 2013

Stars of David



Any of these symbols look familiar?

The Star of Life is a blue, six-pointed star...

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Before this star was popularized, an orange cross on a square background was used. But that was deemed VERBOTEN and Leo R. SCHWARTZ introduced the new cabbalistic symbol--Why does my spell check suggest that cannibalistic be used instead of cabbalistic? Go Figure.

The Greater coat of arms of the United States, which has a Star of David shaped cluster of stars ABOVE the Eagle, which has been hovering over the USA since 1782.

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The symbol of that rabid State of Hate, Israel. If you see any connections, you're just a vile, Jew-hating, anti-Semite and should turn yourself into the closest DHS cesspool.

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Add all these symbols together and this is what comes out.

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UPDATE: One of the Boston TNT Party 'suspects' has been killed. Rumor is that they're from a Middle Eastern nation. Anyone want to bet that the person, even though he was trained in Apartheid Israel by one of the 9/11 masterminds, Betty Nuttyahoo, that the 'suspect' that all Americans will be taught to hate w/o thinking, will be framed as being from Iran or Syria?

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