Monday, June 3, 2013

How to Solve the Khazar Land Thieves vs. Palestinians Problem

From lying about their alleged ancestors to lying today about being 'Semitic,' the Khazar Tribe of psychotic, mass-murdering land thieves, Mammonites and con artists, this ME problem is one created and nourished by endless lies from the Chosenites.

This thorny problem, caused in part by a co-opted UN who had no statutory authority to carve a nation up and give it to Jews from Europe and Russia, can be easily solved.

Just have the two parties go back to their original homelands. For the Khazar interlopers, that would mean moving back to Russia and Europe. The Palestinians would also move back to their indigenous homeland, which is all of Palestine, especially the occupied portions stolen by the Khazar land thieves.

Once that happens, then we can have a legit discussion on where to move the 'Tribe,' since they obviously don't want to be around us GOYIM.


  1. Where is the money coming from greg?

  2. Any money needed to transport the invading Khazar hordes can come from all that loot stolen from Amercan banks since the FALSE FLAG/INSIDE JOB of 9/11.


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