Monday, 12 June 2006

The Heaven and Earth Show

On 25 January 2005, The Heaven and Earth Show featured a piece called What Makes Men Evil.

This part of the programme concentrated on Nazi behaviour towards the Jews in WWII concentration camps. The usual camp survivor was trotted out, together with archival footage of the Jewish victims, living and dead, of this era. The question as to why the German people behaved as they did was posed several times but the whole truth, as always, was not told.

For example, the programme did not mention the mass murder of the Russian, Ukranian, Polish and Hungarian peoples throughout the Soviet Empire from 1917 onwards by the predominantly Jewish Cheka.

The Cheka was the secret police force of the Bolsheviks, which later became the NKVD, and emerged finally as the KGB. Nor did the programme mention that, in 1918, the man who headed the death squad that murdered the Tsar and his family, Yakov Yurovski, was Jewish. Nor did the did the programme mention that Jacob Sverdlov and Lazar Kaganovich (who contersigned the execution document along with Lenin) (whose grandfather was a Jew) were also Jewish.

If Sverdlov hadn't died in 1919 he would, probably, have become the Soviet leader upon Lenin's death. As it was, in 1924, the top five in the Russian hierarchy were all non-Russians and four of them were Jews. Trotsky, Zinoviev, Kamenev and Sokholnikov had only the nasty, little Georgian, Joseph Stalin to contend with and it says much for his cunning and resourcefulness that he managed to overcome the other four.

Nor did the show bother to mention that the man who organised the Ukrainian Holocaust of the early 1920s, which saw something in the region of five million Ukrainians die of hunger, was also Jewish. Artemic Khalatov headed that branch of the Cheka which organized the Soviet Empire's food supply. They confiscated the peasants' grain and foodstuffs and the great famine of 1920-1921 ensued as a result.

Nor did the programme bother to mentionthe genocide of seven million moreUkranians in 1933-4. The man responsible for this true 'holocaust' was the Jew, Lazar Kaganovich. He was Jewish as well.

On 7 November 1918, four days before WWI ended, Kurt Eisner successfully organised the overthrow of the Bavarian government. Almost all of those who carried out the Socialist 'putsch' were Jewish. The most important of these were: Eisner himself, Eugene Levine, Tonja Axelrod, Max Lowenberg, Kurt Rosenfeld, Gustav Landauer, Ernst Toller, Erich Mühsam, Caspar Wollheim, Max Rothschild, Karl Arnold and Hermann Kranold. Interestingly, most of these were freemasons.

After becoming Prime Minister, Eisner declared Bavaria a Socialist Republic. The following day Kaiser Bill abdicated and Friedrich Ebert ushered in the Weimar republic. Eisner's rule was short-lived as he was assassinated by Anton Graf Arco on 21 February 1919.

Believing that a counter-revolution was about to be launched, Eisner's supporters established Soldiers’ and Workers’ Councils and took over the government from the National Assembly. Eugen Levine became the new leader of the Bavarian Soviet Republic.

Inspired by the events in Russia, Levine established Red Guard units to defend the revolution. In December 1918, Levine, along with Rosa Luxembourg, Karl Liebknecht, Leo Jogiches, Paul Levi, Ernest Meyer and Clara Zetkin formed the German Communist Party.

In January 1919, a few weeks before Kurt Eisner was assassinated, the Spartakist mini-revolution, led by Rosa Luxemburg, Leo Jogiches and Karl Liebknecht took place in Berlin. Friedrich Ebert saw his own power under threat and called in the remnants of the German Army to bring an end to the rebellion. The Spartacist Revolt was soon crushed and Luxemburg, Liebknecht and Jogiches were captured and executed.

On 29 April 1919, eight German policemen were executed by Levine's Red Guard, after being accused of being right-wing spies. Over the next few weeks Ebert's Freikorps took off the kid gloves. An estimated 700 revolutionaries were rounded up and many of these were executed. Eugen Levine was one of them.

As previously stated, Kurt Eisner and Eugen Levine were both Jews. Rosa Luxembourg, Karl Liebknecht, Leo Jogiches, Paul Levi and Ernest Meyer were Jewish also.

In March 1919, the Jew, Bela Kun, imposed Soviet-style communism upon Hungary. Of 202 high officials in his government, 161 were Jewish. Given their incidence in the general population, they should have been represented by just 13 such officials.

By the time Kun's short-lived tyranny was overthrown in August 1919, around 120,000 Hungarians were dead.

The countries of eastern Europe were well aware of the leading role played by the Jews in the Russian, German and Hungarian revolutions. They knew what they had done and what they were capable of. And, in those days before political correctness, they were certainly more aware of the Jews' duplicitous and genocidal 3,000 year-old relationship with the rest of us than we are.

Jewish ownership of the Western World’s mass media and political establishment sees to it that, nowadays, most of us remain blissfully unaware of the WHOLE history of these terrible times.

The Heaven and Earth Show was broadcast on Sunday mornings and was, one presumes, what passed for religious education and debate at the BBC a few years back.

Alice Beer, who is Jewish herself, co-presented the edition that so assiduously toed the party line on the Holocaust and the poor, long-suffering Jews.

Ross Kelly, an Irish Catholic who describes himself as a gay atheist, was the other presenter.

He is on record as having said:

"I don't think you can take the Bible too seriously."
As for the man who was in charge of the religious programming of the BBC and seemed happy to have the BBC's Sunday offering devote most of its broadcast to the Holocaust industry’s party line, well, Alan Bookbinder's mother was Catholic and his father was Jewish.

He doesn’t believe in God either.

The same edition of the show featured the actress, Joan Collins. Whilst she was being interviewed she described herself as Agnostic. Which is a bit like an atheist hoping for the best.

Her father was also Jewish.

Not much old-time religion of the Church of England variety (or followers of it) on show that Sunday, I think you'll agree.

On 10 April 2005, the main talking point of Bookbinder's programme was the disestablishment of the Church of England.

Most of those seen on the show advocated the idea and the one or two who didn't came across apologetically.

Wake up, England.

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