How the Kaballistic Jews conducted their stealth takeover
of the United States.
The Kabbalistic Jews learned through the Rothschild takeover
of the European banking system to disguise themselves and find Gentiles who are
willing to do their bidding. Another lesson they learned was that it is
impossible for any nation or group of people to take control of the world
through military power. The only way to succeed is to take control of the
different nations' monetary systems and forge them into a global banking and
trade system. Once this has been achieved, food is the ultimate weapon since no
one can live without it.
The stealth takeover of the United States was done by Gentile
businessmen, lawyers, elected political leaders, educators, Christian ministers
and military commanders who were willing to carry out orders that included
shooting on the American people to make them comply. This book takes you from
1828 until 1907 and shows the treason, sellouts and the rape of the American
people that were carried out in such a remarkable way that no one could resist
it and survive.
God was also carrying out a parallel program through D.L.
Moody and R.A. Torrey, who were used to bring millions of people in the United
States and England to Christ and hindered the ultimate goal of the Jewish world
leaders of ushering in their new world order. Ironically, the same tactics
employed more than a hundred years ago are still being foisted upon us today and
the old adage is still true that those who don’t know their history are doomed
to repeat it.
The Kabbalah - Book 1:
The Kabbalah - Book 2: Jacob Frank
The Kabbalah - Book 3: The Rothschild Family
The Kabbalah - Book 5: The Rise of the
The Kabbalah - Book 6: The Illuminati Writers
The Kabbalah - Book 7: God's Antidote to the
Other books by this author:
Christian Dynamics Course 1
Christian Dynamics Course 2
Christian Dynamics Course 3
Christian Dynamics Course 4
The Truth about Christmas
As the Days of Noah Package
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