Now is the time to download and save to disc; print, hard copy. Many JoS pdfs, mp3s, and informative articles are now freely available here:
Of course one is permitted to say anything about non-Jews, BUT, if anyone DARES to speak and/or write the truth concerning the Jews, OH MY!! Then the truth is labeled as "hate." No one dare to say anything about the Jews. No one dare to bring Jewish criminals to justice, such as the leaders and perpetrators of the worst mass murders in history under Jewish communism, but innocent Nazis are forever dogged until their deaths, as a distraction from the hideous crimes and mass murders committed by Jewish controlled governments under Jewish communism. The Jews ran the REAL concentration camps where most prisoners, who were innocents, never lived to tell.
"Satan" means "TRUTH" in Sanskrit. No wonder he has been so slandered and attacked for centuries!
The Jews know the truth is now out regarding their hideous crimes against humanity for centuries and their days are numbered. We must keep educating the world as long as we are able to do so. I also note that many websites and servers removed the "www" before the URL. WWW; the Hebrew Vau Vau Vau translates into "666" a number they fear. 666 is the number of Satan and translates into spiritual empowerment for Non-Jews.
Thanks to the internet, the truth is out in many areas of the world and the Jews know this:
WZO Department for Countering Anti-Semitism chief Yaakov Hagoel told lawmakers: “I don’t see us winning the battle but at least we are putting up a fight,” he said. “I fear that we are fighting a losing battle,” he said.
High Priestess Maxine Dietrich
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Claims of ‘Anti-Semitism’ Bring Call for Internet Censorship Posted By Staff on Feb 19, 2014
Attempts to censor the Internet because of the “danger it poses” to Jewish interests have been revealed in a special inquiry held before the Israeli parliament. According to a report in the Jerusalem Post, the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) is in an “ongoing relationship with Internet hosting company GoDaddy” to take down any website which it deems to be showing ‘Jews, Jewish activities or Judaism in a negative light’, and also “works with Facebook” for the same purpose.
According to the ADL representative, giving evidence during a Knesset hearing on the Internet and the threat it poses to ‘Jewish special identity’, the ADL has already succeeded in removing 30 sites hosted by Godaddy.
Knesset Immigration, Absorption and Diaspora Committee chairman MK Yoel Razbozov called for even further censorship, saying that “countries” need to enact legislation restricting free speech. Representatives of the Foreign Ministry, the Ministry of Jerusalem and Diaspora Affairs, the Israeli Internet Association and the Anti-Defamation League, among other bodies, testified at the hearing.
According to the report, “Facebook is coming around, they just need time,”
Ronald Eissens of the International Network Against Cyberhate added.
The World Zionist Organization has established a “communications center” for the internet and is “beginning two pilot courses for training Israelis to engage in this struggle,” WZO Department for Countering Anti-Semitism chief Yaakov Hagoel told lawmakers.
“I don’t see us winning the battle but at least we are putting up a fight,” he said.
Committee member MK Dov Lipman told The Jerusalem Post that he “fear[s] that we are fighting a losing battle,” saying that countering the facts was not a way forward, and that only outright censorship provided any solution. “I am convinced that our focus should be on getting Facebook, YouTube,
Twitter and urge websites to remove anti-Semitic materials and not with setting up our own sites and pages to negate the anti-Semitism. I will present this proposal to the chairman of the committee and will push hard for this to be the government’s direction.”
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Internet anti-Semitism a ‘mortal danger,’ say MKs By SAM SOKOL 02/10/2014
Stakeholders from government and non-governmental organizations testify in Knesset hearing on matter. Using Facebook on the Internet Photo: reuters Anti-Semitism on the net is “like a tsunami wave,” Knesset Immigration, Absorption and Diaspora Committee chairman MK Yoel Razbozov said during a Sunday hearing on online hate speech.
Razbozov called for countries to enact legislation restricting online hate, and warned that if Jews will not act to combat the spread of anti-Semitism online, they will eventually “find themselves in mortal danger.” Representatives of the Foreign Ministry, the Ministry of Jerusalem and Diaspora Affairs, the Israeli Internet Association and the Anti-Defamation League, among other bodies, testified regarding the dangers of online hate and discussed methods of combating disinformation about Jews and Israel.
The Anti-Defamation League testified regarding its ongoing relationship with Internet hosting company GoDaddy to take down anti-Semitic websites, citing some 30 sites it said were taken down by the American company. Facebook has also been working with the ADL, its representative said. “Facebook is coming around, they just need time,” Ronald Eissens of the International Network Against Cyberhate added.
The World Zionist Organization established a communications center for combating hate online and is beginning two pilot courses for training Israelis to engage in this struggle, WZO Department for Countering Anti-Semitism chief Yaakov Hagoel told lawmakers.
“I don’t see us winning the battle but at least we are putting up a fight,” he said.
While combating disinformation with facts and taking anti-Semitism offline were both tactics discussed during the meeting, only the former will have any substantial impact, committee member MK Dov Lipman told The Jerusalem Post.
“I fear that we are fighting a losing battle,” he said. “I am convinced that our focus should be on getting Facebook, YouTube, Twitter and urge websites to remove anti-Semitic materials and not with setting up our own sites and pages to negate the anti-Semitism. I will present this proposal to the chairman of the committee and will push hard for this to be the government’s direction.”
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Jews Control the Internet, Says Pro-Palestinian Website
Dutch group charged with criminal complaint over anti-Semitic article Dutch antiracism groups have filed criminal charges against a pro-Palestinian organization called Stop de Bezetting—“Stop the Occupation”—whose website published an article accusing Jews of controlling the Internet. JTA reports that the Center for Information and Documentation on Israel and the Dutch Complaints Bureau for Discrimination on the Internet have joined forces, filing a complaint against Stop de Bezetting that labels the text “offensive to Jews.”
Stop de Bezetting’s founder, Gretta Duisenberg, denies breaking Dutch laws that forbid disseminating material with intention of inciting hate or discrimination.
The article in question was written in 2009 by the California-based Freedom Research Foundation and mentions the names of Jews involved with Google, Facebook, Wikipedia, Yahoo!, MySpace, and eBay. Titled “The Jewish Hand Behind the Internet,” the article is split into subsections that include “The Jewish Entourage at Google,” “Zuckerberg’s Jewish Entourage at Facebook,”
“Google’s Cooperating with Jewish Censors,” and “More Tricks to Control Information on Wikipedia.” Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales is called the “darling of the Jewish crowd at Harvard” and Sheryl Sandberg, who worked at Google before becoming the Chief Operating Officer of Facebook, is mocked for being involved with philanthropy, a “favorite Jewish pastime.” The article also chronicles in great length the trips Internet moguls have taken to Israel.
This anti-discrimination complaint comes amidst much discussion and concern about rising anti-Semitism in Europe, and the case against Stop de Bezetting’s online anti-Semitism, which raises larger questions about hate speech on the Internet, is not the first of its kind. Last year, a French Jewish student group won a case in French court that called on Twitter to release the names of users who were promoting anti-Semitic hashtags. Duisenberg does not seem concerned about the prospect of legal action, and is quoted as saying “If they want to go to the police, fine… I won’t remove [the article] because why should I.”