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Bad Signs Of Jewish Times
By Brother Nathanael Kapner August 29 2019

Bad Signs Of Jewish Times

Bad Signs Of Jewish Times

Bad Signs Of Jewish Times

Bad Signs Of Jewish Times

Bad Signs Of Jewish Times

Bad Signs Of Jewish Times

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  1. Brother Nathanael August 29, 2019 @ 3:21 pm

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  3. Brother Nathanael August 29, 2019 @ 3:23 pm

    I’m in SERIOUS trouble

    I have been BANNED by:

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    PLUS: 8 major donors (I’m now down to 1)

    I will have to fold if serious funding doesn’t come in.

    I could use $50,000 to breathe freely while the Jews hound me looking for ways to pinch my pocketbook.

    Please email me at bronathanael [at] [yahoo] {dot} com.

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  4. Brother Nathanael August 29, 2019 @ 3:24 pm

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  5. Rachel August 29, 2019 @ 3:35 pm

    This how they play both ‘signs’ (sides) of the coin.

    If a white jew does something good, he is a jew. If a white jew does something bad, he is white.

  6. Brother Nathanael August 29, 2019 @ 3:51 pm

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  7. Mayra A August 29, 2019 @ 4:23 pm

    I just recently sent you a donation, because I know you are one of the few that are preaching truth!!

    We support you!!

  8. Brother Nathanael August 29, 2019 @ 4:29 pm

    @Mayra A

    Yes, got it! MANY thanks. +bn

  9. Rachel August 29, 2019 @ 4:42 pm

    I will send you a donation, I would like some clarity on Jews say it goes by the mother/matriarch to be jewish yet they base their semitism on Shem.

    All the supposed matriarchs were converts, so it makes no sense to me.

    Yet they were pagan and then became converts to the word of God, but the so called Jews today are Talmudic please clarify

  10. Kalin August 29, 2019 @ 5:38 pm

    Wow! What a homely bunch of demons.

  11. Brother Nathanael August 29, 2019 @ 5:46 pm


    Jews were ALWAYS traced from the father in Old Testament and New Testament Biblical times.

    It wasn’t until a few hundred years AD that the Talmud (which replaced the Old Testament due to the end of the Levitical OT priesthood with “rabbinic authority”) changed the racial tracing to the mother.

    The rabbis did this to allow Jewish descent in case a “goy” raped a jewish woman.

    As for the Old Testament matriarchs, they were certainly not “pagans” as the Greek mythology did not appear until much later around 400-300 BC.

    The Old Testament matriarchs were “Hebrews” who were the progenitors of the coming Messiah, the Lord Jesus Christ.

    As regard Noah’s three sons—Shem, Ham, and Japheth—I refer you to my Article:

    A Racial Philosophy Of History (Pt 1) @


  12. Rachel August 29, 2019 @ 6:04 pm

    Jews don’t rape Palestinian women?

    Jews residing in the so called propped up state called israel, are Not God’s people

  13. Rachel August 29, 2019 @ 6:06 pm

    Jews seethe so much hate its palpable.

    They spit on Christians and burn our churches.

    A small minority religious group that makes the most trouble in the world.

  14. Rachel August 29, 2019 @ 6:13 pm

    Dear Bro, is the God of the Old Testament the same God Jesus the Christ speaks of?

  15. Brother Nathanael August 29, 2019 @ 6:26 pm


    You wrote: “Dear Bro, is the God of the old testament the same God Jesus the Christ speaks of?”

    I write back: Absolutely.

    The Lord Jesus Christ referred to the God of Old Testament as His “Father” many times.

    Whoever says that the God of the New Testament is not the God of the Old Testament is a HERETIC and has been condemned by the Church.

    +Brother Nathanael Kapner
    Former Jew, Now Orthodox Christian
    Member in Good Standing
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  16. Brother Nathanael August 29, 2019 @ 7:06 pm

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  17. Sandra O'Gorman August 29, 2019 @ 7:14 pm

    Small donation in mail.

    All YouTube comments by me are shadow banned for telling the truth about Jewish lies.

  18. Brother Nathanael August 29, 2019 @ 9:01 pm

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    BLESSINGS to ALL! +bn

  19. B August 30, 2019 @ 1:08 pm

    Here is an interpretation of a possible hidden suggestive meaning regarding the news story about the book titled “The Pet Goat” that President George Bush was reading in an inner city school classroom on September 11, 2001.

    The title “Pet Goat” has a similar sound and / or similar appearance as the word “Pentagon”.

    Also there was a similarity at that time between the situations of the Pentagon and the Goat.

    There was news story talk in 2001 about greatly reducing the funding to the US military since the Cold War was over and we supposedly had peace with Russia, and this is also very similar to the situation with the Goat in the classroom book where the parents at first wanted to get rid of the Goat, but later the parents decided to keep the hero and helpful Goat.

  20. KathJuliane August 30, 2019 @ 6:44 pm

    God bless you, dear +BN and thank you for the excellent meme montages revealing the demonic Jewish spirit of living in the United Vassal States of Israel.

    Looking at these creatures are a little off-putting and cause for indigestion if seen at dinner time.

    I agree, the Hildebeast is doing some deep politicking of her own far in the background, the big jewel of a clue you discovered being her main superPAC ‘Priorities USA’ which is still active.

    I can’t imagine that she would actually let it go that a political amateur like Trump beat her without a rematch.

    And she really is making the rounds of NGOs, think tanks and Democrat/progressive organizations giving talks and whining about how she lost. I can’t help but feel she’s just biding her time until the current Democrat presidential hopefuls whittle themselves down.

    About 70-80% of Jews vote Democrat, so we know who she’s going to pander to.

    But, who knows? Since the 1990s, Bilious and Hildebeast have been a Power Couple in the Democratic Party, I don’t think his health is all that great, and they may simply content themselves with playing kingmaker and continue meddling in the background.

    In the meantime, Pat Buchanan put out a good opinion piece published at Strategic Culture.


    Will Bibi’s War Become America’s War?

    August 29, 2019

    Patrick J. BUCHANAN

    President Donald Trump, who canceled a missile strike on Iran, after the shoot-down of a U.S. Predator drone, to avoid killing Iranians, may not want a U.S. war with Iran. But the same cannot be said of Bibi Netanyahu.

    Saturday, Israel launched a night attack on a village south of Damascus to abort what Israel claims was a plot by Iran’s Revolutionary Guards’ Quds Force to fly “killer drones” into Israel, an act of war.

    Sunday, two Israeli drones crashed outside the media offices of Hezbollah in Beirut. Israel then attacked a base camp of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine-General Command in north Lebanon.

    Monday, Israel admitted to a strike on Iranian-backed militias of the Popular Mobilization Forces in Iraq. And Israel does not deny responsibility for last month’s attacks on munitions dumps and bases of pro-Iran militias in Iraq.

    Israel has also confirmed that, during Syria’s civil war, it conducted hundreds of strikes against pro-Iranian militias and ammunition depots to prevent the transfer of missiles to Hezbollah in Lebanon.

    Understandably, Israel’s weekend actions have brought threats of retaliation. Hezbollah Secretary-General Hassan Nasrallah has warned of vengeance for the death of his people in the Syria strike.

    Quds Force General Qassem Soleimani reportedly tweeted from Tehran, “These insane operations will be the last struggles of the Zionist regime.” Lebanese President Michel Aoun called the alleged Israeli drone attack on Beirut a “declaration of war.”

    Last Friday, in the 71st week of the “Great March of Return” protests on Gaza’s border, 50 Palestinians were wounded by Israeli live fire. In 16 months, 200 have died from gunshots, with thousands wounded.

    America’s reaction to Israel’s weekend attacks? Secretary of State Mike Pompeo called Netanyahu to assure him of U.S. support of Israel’s actions. Some Iraqi leaders are now calling for the expulsion of Americans.

    Why is Netanyahu now admitting to Israel’s role in the strikes in Lebanon, Syria and Iraq? Why has he begun threatening Iran itself and even the Houthi rebels in Yemen?

    Because this longest-serving prime minister in Israeli history, having surpassed David Ben-Gurion, is in the battle of his life, with elections just three weeks off.

    And if Netanyahu falls short — or fails to put together a coalition after winning, as he failed earlier this year — his career would be over, and he could be facing prosecution for corruption.

    Netanyahu has a compelling motive for widening the war against Israel’s main enemy, its allies and its proxies and taking credit for military strikes.

    But America has a stake in what Israel is doing as well.

    We are not simply observers. For if Hezbollah retaliates against Israel or Iranian-backed militias in Syria retaliate against Israel — or against us for enabling Israel — a new war could erupt, and there would be a clamor for deeper American intervention.

    Yet, Americans have no desire for a new war, which could cost Trump the presidency, as the war in Iraq cost the Republican Party the Congress in 2006 and the White House in 2008.

    The United States has taken pains to avoid a military clash with Iran for compelling reasons.

    With only 5,000 troops left in Iraq, U.S. forces are massively outmanned by an estimated 150,000 fighters of the pro-Iran [Iraqi] Popular Mobilization Forces, which played a critical role in preventing ISIS from reaching Baghdad during the days of the caliphate.

    And, for good reason, the aircraft carrier Abraham Lincoln, with its crew of 5,600, which Trump sent to deter Iran, has yet to enter the Strait of Hormuz or the Persian Gulf but remains in the Arabian Sea off the coast of Oman, and, at times, some 600 nautical miles away from Iran.

    Why is this mighty warship keeping its distance?

    We don’t want a confrontation in the Gulf, and, as ex-Admiral James Stavridis, former NATO Supreme Allied Commander, says:

    “Anytime a carrier moves close to shore, and especially into confined waters, the danger to the ship goes up significantly. … It becomes vulnerable to diesel submarines, shore-launched cruise missiles and swarming attacks by small boats armed with missiles.”

    Which is a pretty good description of the coastal defenses and naval forces of Iran.

    Netanyahu’s widening of Israel’s war with Iran and its proxies into Lebanon and Iraq — and perhaps beyond — and his acknowledgement of that wider war raise questions for both of us.

    Israel today has on and near her borders hostile populations in Gaza, Syria, Lebanon, Iran and Iraq. Tens of millions of Muslims see her as an enemy to be expelled from the region.

    While there is a cold peace with Egypt and Jordan, the Saudis and Gulf Arabs are temporary allies as long as the foe is Iran.

    Is this pervasive enmity sustainable?

    As for America, have we ceded to Netanyahu something no nation should ever cede to another, even an ally: the right to take our country into a war of their choosing but not of ours?

  21. On solid ground August 31, 2019 @ 3:22 am


    Lest we forget.

    Terence Colledge
    June 1, 2016 @ 4:52 am

    Br. Nathanael,

    Re: Your reply Obama’s USSA

    The analysis you give has the cutting edge of both Errol Flynn and Basil Rathbone.

    So many links show persons with PhDs, careers in academia, government, media, who, when it comes to the final analysis, fail the factual truth.

    I very much hope that viewers/commenters to this foremost site appreciate your mission. You as Master & Commander are duty-bound to keep an even keel, avoid the rocks, plot a righteous course and when necessary dish out discipline.

    Those disciplined should not weaken their commander by deserting but accept this his God-given role the TRUTH on earth as it is in heaven.

  22. Steve August 31, 2019 @ 6:21 am

    “Plotting to take over”?

    D’UH…the cult HAS TAKEN OVER! They’ve run and bankrupted Rockland County into a virtual ghetto.

    OY VEY!

    “If they win, we lose!”

    Brother, you ain’t kiddin’!

  23. KathJuliane August 31, 2019 @ 6:30 pm

    Strategic Culture: Phil Giraldi: Lying for Israel: Why Nearly Everyone in Washington Does It

    It is not often that one hears anything like the truth in today’s Washington, a city where the art of dissimulation has reached new heights among both Democrats and Republicans.

    Everyone who has not been asleep like Rip Van Winkle for the past twenty years knows that the most powerful foreign lobby operating in the United States is that of the state of Israel.

    Indeed, by some measures it just might be the most powerful lobby period, given the fact that it has now succeeded in extending its tentacles into state and local levels with its largely successful campaigns to punish criticism or boycotting of Israel while also infiltrating boards of education to require Holocaust education and textbooks that reflect favorably on the Jewish state.

    Occasionally, however, the light does shine in darkness. The efforts by Congresswomen Rashida Tlaib and Ilhan Omar to challenge the power of the Israel Lobby are commendable and it is worth noting that the two women are being subjected to harassment by their own Democratic Party in an effort to make them be silent.

    President Donald Trump, meanwhile, has attempted to make them the face of the Democrats, calling them “Jew haters” and “anti-Semites” while also further claiming that they despise the United States just as they condemn Israel.

    This has developed into a Trump diatribe claiming that American Jews who vote for Democrats are “disloyal.” By disloyal he meant disloyal to Israel, in a sense ironically confirming that in the president’s mind Jews have dual loyalty, which, of course, at least some of them do.

    And Trump has further exercised his claim to the Jewish vote by accepting the sobriquet “King of Israel” bestowed by a demented talk radio host.

    As Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has already asserted that Trump’s election victory was the result of divine intervention to “save Israel from Iran,” the kingship is presumably an inevitable progression. One can only imagine what will come next.

    One Democratic congressman who has apparently become fatigued by all that bipartisan pandering to Israel is Ted Lieu of California.

    Last Thursday Lieu rebuked Trump’s US Ambassador to Israel David Friedman over his support of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s refusal to allow Tlaib and Omar to visit the West Bank where Tlaib’s grandmother lives under Israeli occupation.

    Friedman had issued a statement saying that the United States “respects and supports” the Israeli action.

    He went on to elaborate “The Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement against Israel is not free speech. Rather, it is no less than economic warfare designed to delegitimize and ultimately destroy the Jewish state. [Israel] has every right to protect its borders against those activists in the same manner as it would bar entrants with more conventional weapons.”

    As Friedman was describing two thirty-something nonviolent first term congresswomen as nothing less than armed attackers about to be unleashed against the Jewish state because they support a peaceful boycott movement, Lieu apparently felt compelled to courageously respond to the ambassador, tweeting

    “Dear @USAmbIsrael: You are an American. Your allegiance should be to America, not to a foreign power. You should be defending the right of Americans to travel to other countries. If you don’t understand that, then you need to resign.”

    Later that day, on CNN, Lieu explained his objection to Friedman’s actions, saying “Actually, I think he should resign because he doesn’t see to understand that his allegiance is to America, not to a foreign power. He should be defending the right of Americans to go abroad to other countries and to visit their relatives.”

    The outrage from the mighty host of friends of Israel came immediately, with accusations that Lieu was accusing Friedman of “dual loyalty,” that greatly feared derogatory label that is somewhat akin to “anti-Semitism” or “Holocaust denial” in the battery of verbal munitions used to silence critics of the Jewish state.

    Indeed, Lieu was accused of employing nothing less than a “classic anti-Semitic” trope.

    Under considerable pressure, Lieu deleted the tweet and then issued something of an apology, “It has been brought to my attention that my prior tweet to @USAmbIsrael raises dual loyalty allegations that have historically caused harm to the Jewish community. That is a legitimate concern. I am therefore deleting the tweet.”

    But the reality is, of course, that Friedman does not have dual loyalty. He has real loyalty only to Israel, which he demonstrates repeatedly by uncritically supporting everything the kleptocratic Netanyahu regime does with nary a pause to consider actual American interests.

    He has supported the weekly slaughter of unarmed Gazan civilians by Israeli sharpshooters, praised the bombing of Syria, pushed for the move of the US Embassy to Jerusalem, applauded the recognition by Washington of Israeli sovereignty over the Golan Heights, and is an active supporter of and contributor to the illegal Israeli settlements on the West Bank.

    He has even pressured the State Department into ceasing its use of the word “occupation” when describing the situation on the West Bank. It is now “disputed.”

    So, it is no surprise that David Friedman, formerly a bankruptcy lawyer before he became ambassador, lines up with Netanyahu rather than with two American Congresswomen who, apart from anything else, have good reasons to travel to a country that is the largest US aid recipient in order to see conditions on the ground.

    To put it mildly, Friedman is a disgrace and a reflection of the character or lack thereof of the man who appointed him. If he had any decency, he would resign.

    There is no benefit for the United States when an American Ambassador excuses the brutality of a foreign government, quite the contrary as it makes Washington an accomplice in what are often undeniably war crimes.

    Even though Congressman Lieu was clearly read the riot act and made to fly right by his own party’s leadership, it took considerable courage to speak up against both Israel and an American ambassador who clearly is more in love with the country he is posted to than the country he is supposed to represent.

    Of course, in never-any-accountability Washington a buffoon posing as an ambassador as Friedman does will get away with just about anything and, as the subject is Israel, there will hardly be a word of rebuke coming from anyone, to include the mainstream media.

    But the tweet by Lieu is nevertheless significant. Hopefully he will be among the first of many congressmen willing to put at risk their careers at times to speak the truth.

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