11 August 2009

IT'S A MIRACLE~Israel Invents Cure for Swine Flu


Yes, it's true according to Israel! They have amassed a covert stealthy combat unit of Virus Destroying Rabbis, who will take to the air in planes in order to sprinkle their magical "Rabbi Dust" over the entire Jewish population. It has been a difficult task, but as you can see, we at this blog have managed to use our contacts to get our hands on the only known photo of the Rabbis in action, flying over Israel, despensing their magic "Rabbi Dust." They claim this will ward off Swine Flu. Report below:
On Monday morning an Arkia airlines plane took off from Ben Gurion Airport carrying rabbis and kabbalists and flew over the country in a flight aimed at preventing the swine flu virus from spreading in Israel

"The purpose of the flight was to stop the epidemic, thus preventing further deaths," explained Rabbi Yitzhak Batzri whose father, Rabbi David Batzri had initiated the flight.

During the flight the passengers blew the shofar seven times and said prayers intended for abolishing illnesses. link
Ooooh did you notice that "Kabbalists" are part of the "witch doctor" gang flying over Israel? Hmmm wonder if Madonna will be on that plane.........

4 comments:

Greg Bacon said...

During the flight the passengers blew the shofar seven times

While the Rabbis are blowing the shofar, Madonna will be blowing the Rabbis.

I imagine the curious cult of Judaism, which is a strange mixture of voodoo, the occult, numerology and Mammonism, regularly flies over Occupied Palestine, casting spells on the Palestinians.

The Rebels Yell! said...

It's a pity they could'nt have used same technique to ward of Hamas rockets from Gaza!!

Greg Bacon said...

It's a pity they could'nt have used same technique to ward of Hamas rockets from Gaza!!

That wouldn't have worked, since a lot of those rockets were fired by Israeli internal security personnel and IDF troops dressed up like Arabs.

That's why so many of those Israeli made Qassams fell into the desert or empty farmland... they were aimed that way.

Anonymous said...

In 1492, Chemor, chief Rabbi of Spain, wrote to the Grand Sanhedrin, which had its seat in Constantinople, for advice, when a Spanish law threatened expulsion.2 This was the reply:

” Beloved brethren in Moses, we have received your letter in which you tell us of the anxieties and misfortunes which you are enduring. We are pierced by as great pain to hear it as yourselves.

The advice of the Grand Satraps and Rabbis is the following:

1. As for what you say that the King of Spain obliges you to become Christians: do it, since you cannot do otherwise.

2. As for what you say about the command to despoil you of your property: make your sons merchants that they may despoil, little by little, the Christians of theirs.

3. As for what you say about making attempts on your lives: make your sons doctors and apothecaries, that they may take away Christians’ lives.

4. As for what you say of their destroying your synagogues: make your sons canons and clerics in order that they may destroy their churches. [Emphasis mine]

5. As for the many other vexations you complain of: arrange that your sons become advocates and lawyers, and see that they always mix in affairs of State, that by putting Christians under your yoke you may dominate the world and be avenged on them.

6. Do not swerve from this order that we give you, because you will find by experience that, humiliated as you are, you will reach the actuality of power.

(Signed) PRINCE OF THE JEWS OF CONSTANTINOPLE.”

2. The reply is found in the sixteenth century Spanish book, La Silva Curiosa, by Julio-Iniguez de Medrano (Paris, Orry, 1608), on pages 156 and 157, with the following explanation: “This letter following was found in the archives of Toledo by the Hermit of Salamanca, (while) searching the ancient records of the kingdoms of Spain; and, as it is expressive and remarkable, I wish to write it here.” — vide, photostat facing page 80.

~ The above was quoted from Waters Flowing Eastward by Paquita de Shishmareff, pp. 73-74

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