Eilat

11/20/13 Eilat was the final leg of my Israeli/Palestinian trip. It is a mainly Jewish city. In total spent four weeks in Israel and four weeks in Palestine. Eilat is the southernmost city in Israel and borders both Jordan and Egypt. I spent one night at a hostel before taking a taxi to the Egyptian […]

Haifa

11/11/13 After Tiberius, I did a combination of hitchhiking and taxi back to Nazareth. Hitchhiking for some reason wasn’t as easy this time around, so I had to end up using taxis for the most part. I got back late, though the distance from those two points wasn’t very far. I spent a night back […]

The Jesus Trail

The Jesus Trail is a 65 km path from Nazareth to Tiberias. It was supposedly where Jesus walked during his ministry. This trail was not something I had planned to do until basically the last minute. I tend to do things on the go. My plans continuously changes. Me and a couple of German women […]

Kibbutz

I visited this kibbutz by the Sea of Galilee. This kibbutz is considered the mother of all kibbutz. It is the oldest socialist Zionist farming commune in Israel. I spent about an hour there. Below are some bizarre things from that kibbutz. An Israeli-Jewish family on tour.

Bethlehem

Scenes of Bethlehem and vicinity. Bethlehem is located in the West Bank, Palestine and close to Jerusalem. It is right on the Israel border. Bethlehem is reputed to have been the birthplace of Jesus. It has the largest Christian population of any West Bank city. Arab Christians were 85 percent of the population in 1947. […]

Jewish Surnames

The following is from Subverted Nations, which is no longer online: https://web.archive.org/web/20220210114834/http://www.subvertednation.net/jew-lists/jewish-surnames/ Jewish Surnames This is a comprehensive list of Jewish surnames (last names). While this list is extensive, it is not complete. NOTE- THERE ARE A FEW NAMES WITHIN THIS LIST THAT ARE ALSO USED BY SOME NON-JEWS. Usually, when enough Jews take certain […]

The History of Liberalism: 1945 to present

Postwar With Nazi Germany out of the way, full-blown liberalism made huge inroads globally and especially across the West. Thanks to rapidly developing technology (noted below), indoctrination of the human mind on a massive scale became possible. The following events are mainly US-centric though I include some important events outside of America. 1945 – The […]

The History of Liberalism: 1900 to 1945

1900 to 1945 1909 – The NAACP was founded as an organization that combats racism. Many think of the NAACP as a black organization, but Jews were the ones who made the organization possible. Howard Sachar, in A History of Jews in America, “In 1914, Professor Emeritus Joel Spingarn of Columbia University became chairman of […]

The History of Liberalism: 1492 to 1899

Liberalism is an agenda that promotes the individual at the expense of the group. The group can be your nuclear family, your extended family or your community, nation, race, or religion. Though organized religions such as Christianity have liberal doctrinal teachings, they have historically solidified the people and the race. Organized religion has elements of […]

Billionaires that are possibly Jews

Dennis Albaugh– pesticides Carol Jenkins Barnett – daughter of George W. Jenkins, the founder of Publix Super Markets Andrew Beal – real estate and banking Tom Benson – late owner of the New Orleans Saints Gayle Benson – widow of Tom Benson; owner of New Orleans Saints Aneel Bhusri – CEO of Workday; partner at […]