nonhocapito wrote:I find very interesting your references to Einstein and zionism (Kafka was also part of the same circles in Prague I believe). I think Einstein's public persona should be studied on this forum from the point of view of fakery, considering how the past century was so filled of big lies, and considering that many of the icons of the past century were also very likely "big lies". And isn't the whole comedy of the Nobel prizes (with the majority of jewish scientists and thinkers regularly rewarded) still today meant to confirm the myth first drawn using Einstein's public persona, of the alleged "superiority" and higher success rate of this "race" (there is no such thing as human races) above others?Sasha wrote:As for his research, who knows who supplied him with the valid material. The question is, how does a major zionist player become an opposition, apparently, to the main stream science (which is, like almost everything else, 100% controlled by zionism)? He nonetheless visits Einstein (‘Mordecai, I’m struggling, get me z’Coke from z’machine) in his home regularly, even boasts that he was one of the last people to see him before his death?
And all that jewish drama about his (last moment) escapade from Europe, how the (major) publisher pulled his book, chicanery from the establishment and academia, bla-bla…. poor martyr. And boom – Worlds in Collision sells millions of copies. Tell me, how does one sell millions of copies 60 years ago without the internet, television and without a major support mechanism? This is not some romantic novel; this book pretends to be a textbook, which Grandioso claims was sabotaged by the major textbook publishers.
Don’t be a sucker, these people are cunning. ‘Grandioso’ had a mission and an agenda, which he obviously did fulfill.
Maybe Einstein's research was really produced by someone else, like someone says, while the real role of Einstein remained in the west one of propagandist of a pro-jewish culture and mentality (and how successful at that!)
As to Velikovsky: I cannot have an opinion in merit since I never read Velikovski nor Fomenko nor, honestly, have ever heard of them before. So if Velikovski was all that famous, I certainly missed it. However, I don't understand exactly what the connection between his research and zionism would be. How the rewriting of history and the reinterpretation of historical dates applies to the zionist agenda? You would think, like Maat said, that a reinterpretation of history goes to damage those who are in control of the official version of it (and zionists seem certainly, together with western elites, to have a lot invested in that control.) I would like more clarification on this...
Velikovsky was the father of "Catastrophism", you know, that comet (any) that is going to destroy the known world one of these days. Live in fear.
When it comes to jewish movements and strategies, you have to understand and remember this golden rule - they always organize, or lead (take over) the opposition, so they can control the damage at any given time. With that in mind, we have to check who is this Simon guy, he looks a bit jewish to me
As for studying Einstein's persona here, might be a good idea. Although many people became aware in the last few years, on the internet at least, of him being a fake, putting it mildly. I mean, he was a joke. He married that Serbian woman, who was cripple and older than him, but worked like a horse for him, doing all the intelligent work. They even agreed that he will give her the money from the Nobel Price, when they get it. How could he know this - this was years before he got it! And it was for another paper altogether...
Check this site:
Jon Bjerknes had written a huge book few years ago on Einstein, free PDF format, where he exposes him as a plagiarist and a zionist. But he fails to mention that the entire doctrine is cabbalistic, and that Einstein is not fit even for a cabbalist.
Actually, I might start a thread on Newton soon. He was the magician.