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To: haffast
He is there to thank the collaborators.
How AIPAC Is Losing
The Dreaded Israel Lobby Strikes Again
11 posted on 02/27/2013 10:31:10 PM PST by rmlew ("Mosques are our barracks, minarets our bayonets, domes our helmets, the believers our soldiers.")
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To: rmlew
Good articles. Thanks!

Appreciated your input on "Cousin Heinrich" too, I was not aware of him or his connection to Hagel.

Your thoughts on Morton Klein?

ZOA chief: US Jews shied away from Hagel row
The Jerusalem Post ^ | 02/13/2013 19:11 | SAM SOKO

Noted "Columbia" on your blog. Was doing some reading last year tracing the infection of "Social Justice"/Liberalism/Communism in US Christian churches and discovered Union Theological Seminary:

"In the 20th century, Union was world renowned as a center of liberal Christianity and neo-orthodoxy, in addition to being the birthplace of the Black Liberation Theology, Womanist Theology and Mujerista Theology movements."

Rev. Harry F. Ward - the “Red” Dean of Union Theological Seminary - NYC

“In 1929, when Kornfeder was in Moscow, he heard **Harry F. Ward** and his work discussed in the Anglo-American Secretariat, where Ward was portrayed as the architect of the methods by which churches could he infiltrated (”of Communists and fellow travelers working inside the churches, giving themselves the coloring of religious reformers and of getting the church in the social side, away from spiritualism”).”

“In fact, when one studies the methods of the Methodist Federation, I wonder who learned from whom, whether it was Harry F. Ward who learned from Stalin or whether Stalin learned from Harry Ward.”

12 posted on 02/28/2013 6:58:20 PM PST by haffast (Books serve to show a man that those original thoughts of his aren't very new at all. -Abe Lincoln)
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