The Approaching Storm–Jewish terrorist Ben-Gvir visits Temple Mount, announces ‘We Jews are the masters of Jerusalem’


ed note–again, as we have stressed many, many times on this humble little informational endeavor, much (most) of the world has NO IDEA what is headed our collective way and what these Armageddonistas have in store for the rest of us.


Much of this lack of awareness stems from the dichotomy of the mental processes differentiating between the Gentile brain and the Jewish brain.


As history has proven, the Gentile brain is focused on practical matters that make sense and lead to the betterment of life for all.


As a manifestation of this practicality, Gentiles build civilizations that stand the test of time. They seek peace and prosperity. The deities they worship and the religions that revolve around the precepts of morality linked to those deities contribute to the sustainability and continuance of Gentile civilizations and the fruits thereof–life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.


The followers of Judah-ism however adhere to none of that…


Their worldview is particular ONLY TO THEM. This worldview features them as the centerpiece of the entire universe, and–relative to the details attached to this story–centerpiece Joo-roo-salem as the very epicenter, and once that physical epicenter is 666% within their clutches, they believe that the green light will have been given to them to incinerate the world and build it back anew with them as ‘masters’–using the same language which Ben Givr used–of everything.


In the meantime, while this timebomb is ticking down to ‘D-Day’, and by that, we mean Doomsday, the rest of the Gentile world is preoccupied with a myriad of other items of relatively less importance by comparison–Budweiser, vaccines, transgenderism, gun control, gas stoves, debt ceilings, etc, etc, etc, and while the Gentiles focus on these items (which do possess importance, but not when compared to the Doomsday weapon that is counting backwards to ‘H-Hour’) the Jews sit back and laugh, and laugh, and laugh…


Now, as far as some of the particulars of the news piece itself, nota bene the following–


‘…We are the masters of Jerusalem and of the entire Land of Israel…’


What Ben Givr is talking about but which Gentiles have failed to realize, and this despite the fact that it has been sitting there in plain sight for them to figure out for the last 3,000 years is the following–


…On that day the LORD made a covenant with Abraham, saying ‘To your descendants I give this land, from the river of Egypt to the great river Euphrates’…–Genesis, 15:18


…And God spoke unto us saying, ‘Go to the hill-country and all the places nigh thereunto… in the Arabah, the hill-country and in the Lowland… in the South and by the sea-shore, the land of the Canaanites, and Lebanon, as far as the great river, the river Euphrates…Go in therefore and possess the land which the Lord swore unto your fathers, to Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob, unto them and to their seed after them…’ Deuteronomy 1:6–8


‘…Every place whereon the sole of your foot shall tread shall be yours, from the wilderness, and Lebanon, from the river Euphrates, even unto the hinder sea shall be your border…’ –Deuteronomy 11:24


‘…From the wilderness, and this Lebanon, even unto the great river, the Euphrates, all the land of the Hittites, and unto the Great Sea toward the going down of the sun, shall be your border…’

–Joshua 1:4


And many, many other passages of similar Apocalyptic flavor that we could list here but won’t for reasons of brevity.


The repeating Apocalyptic theme is (or should be) Kristol Clear to every Gentile with a vested interest in his or her own future survival, but which, sad to say, does not come up for discussion to the degree that it should, and when it does come up, does not carry with it the seriousness that is its due, for what the followers of Judah-ism are planning to do sometime in the very near future is to steal all of that aforementioned ‘Nile to the Euphrates’ territory that is home to 2 billion Muslims, an act which will make the violence of the Palestinian conflict of the last century look like a mere fistfight.


And in the meantime, as the Gentiles busy themselves with discussions involving Budweiser, vaccines, transgenderism, gun control, gas stoves, debt ceilings, etc, etc, etc,  items which do possess importance but not when compared to the Doomsday weapon that is counting backwards to ‘H-Hour’, the Jews sit back and laugh, and laugh, and laugh…




Israel’s National Security Minister Itamar Ben-Gvir visited the Temple Mount on Sunday morning, two days after Jerusalem Day.


‘I am happy to go up to the Temple Mount, the most important place for the people of Israel,’ said Ben-Gvir during the visit. ‘It should be said that the police are doing a wonderful job here and once again proving who the masters are in Jerusalem. All the threats of Hamas will not [change anything], we are the masters of Jerusalem and the entire Land of Israel.’


‘It should be said that the police are doing a wonderful job here and once again proving who is the master in Jerusalem. All the threats of Hamas will not [change anything], we are the masters of Jerusalem and the entire Land of Israel.’


While about 1,146 Jews visited the Temple Mount on Thursday amid Jerusalem Day festivities, the minister did not visit the site with them.


Ben-Gvir also referenced ongoing tensions surrounding the upcoming votes on the national budget, saying ‘We need to remember our brothers in the Negev and the Galilee. In the upcoming budget, we must invest in the Negev and the Galilee. Jerusalem is our soul, the Negev and the Galilee is our soul, we must invest, we must act there, we must be the owners of both the Negev and the Galilee, and the foundation of this is the budget.’


The head of the Temple Mount Administration, Rabbi Shimshon Elbaum, welcomed the visit stating ‘I congratulate National Security Minister Itamar Ben-Gvir for his ascent to the Temple Mount, which gives meaning to the slogan ‘The Temple Mount is in our hands’ which recently turned 56 years old.’


‘Ben-Gvir has been active since his youth in favor of Jewish pilgrimages to the Temple Mount, and since taking office has already caused significant improvements, removing hundreds of harassers and strengthening Israel’s rule on the Temple Mount.’


The Tag Meir organization condemned the visit, stating ‘Ben-Gvir and a friend of his want to forcefully change the status quo on the Temple Mount and set Jerusalem and the Middle East on fire. Until when will we continue to pay the price of the irresponsible appointment of Ben-Gvir to the position of national security minister of the State of Israel?’


Jordan, Palestinians condemn Ben-Gvir’s visit, warn of escalation


The spokesman for the Palestinian Authority presidency, Nabil Abu Rudeineh, called Ben-Gvir’s visit to the site a ‘flagrant attack on al-Aqsa’ warning that it would have ‘serious repercussions,’ according to the Palestinian WAFA news agency.


‘The entry of the extremist Ben-Gvir at an early hour, like thieves, into the al-Aqsa Mosque square will not change reality and will not impose Israeli sovereignty over it,’ added Abu Rudeineh.


The Jordanian Foreign Ministry condemned the visit ‘in the strongest terms,’ calling it ‘a dangerous and unacceptable escalation’ and ‘a flagrant and unacceptable violation of international law, and of the historical and legal status quo in Jerusalem and its sanctities.’


The ministry added that ‘the continuous violations and attacks on the Islamic and Christian sanctities in Jerusalem, in conjunction with the continuation of unilateral measures of settlement expansion and continuous incursions into the occupied Palestinian territories, warns of further escalation, and represents a dangerous trend that the international community must work to stop immediately.’


The Turkish Foreign Ministry also condemned Ben-Gvir’s visit to the Temple Mount on Sunday, calling it a ‘clear breach of international law.’


‘It is in no way acceptable that Israeli government members challenge the historical status of Al-Haram Al-Sharif (the name commonly used in Arabic for the Temple Mount) in this manner and commit inflammatory and fascistic actions,’ added the ministry. ‘We call on the Israeli government once again to act responsibly, and to put an end to all kinds of provocative actions violating the historical status of Al-Haram Al-Sharif that is based on international law.’


The Saudi Foreign Ministry condemned the visit as well, stating ‘the ministry affirms that these systematic practices are considered a flagrant violation of all international norms and covenants, and a provocation of the feelings of Muslims around the world. The ministry holds the Israeli occupation forces fully responsible for the repercussions of the continuation of these violations.’


Hamas’s spokesman for the city of Jerusalem, Mohammed Hamada, stressed that the terrorist movement would ‘not leave al-Aqsa alone’ and warned that Israel will ‘bear responsibility for the barbaric incursions of its ministers and herds of settlers.’


Hamada called on Palestinians and Arabs in Jerusalem, the West Bank and Israeli territory to ‘intensify’ their presence in al-Aqsa in order to confront ‘all attempts at desecrating and Judaizing it.’


Later on Thursday, Palestinian media outlets affiliated with Hamas, including the Shehab news agency, published a graphic showing Ben-Gvir with a red target over him and the words ‘Ben-Gvir is a target for our heroes and the wrath of our revolutionaries.’



Over 1,000 Jews visit the Temple Mount for Jerusalem Day


On Thursday, Jewish visitors to the Temple Mount raised the Israeli flag while singing ‘Hatikva,’ as over a thousand Jews visited the complex to mark Jerusalem Day. Despite Jerusalem Day officially being on Friday, most of the festivities for the day were moved to Thursday to avoid a desecration of the Shabbat.


Video from the scene showed a man carrying a small flag while the group walking with him sang the Israeli national anthem. The man carrying the flag was detained. At least three additional individuals raised Israeli flags on the Mount on Thursday as well.


A number of ministers and MKs visited the Temple Mount on Thursday as well, including Negev and Galilee and National Resilience Minister Yitzhak Wasserlauf (Otzma Yehudit) and Likud MKs Dan Illouz, Ariel Kallner and Amit Halevi.



Unrest in Old City since Jerusalem Day


Since the Jerusalem Day flag march on Thursday, a series of violent incidents have been reported in the Old City of Jerusalem.


Before and during the march, scuffles broke out between Jews, Arabs and police officers throughout the Old City.


Journalists covering the flag march were also attacked by right-wing participants of the march near the Damascus Gate on Thursday afternoon, with participants jeering at them and hitting them with various objects. The police stated that they arrested two of the participants who attacked the journalists. One of the suspects, a minor, was also carrying a knife in their bag.


A group of children who gathered in front of the journalists chanted ‘Arabs are sons of whores’ and jeered at the journalists. After being smacked by one of the flags, one of the journalists could be seen grabbing the flag and pushing it to the side while saying ‘beware of me.’


On Friday afternoon, clashes erupted between Palestinians, Jews and Israel Police near the Lions’ Gate of the Old City of Jerusalem, shortly before Friday prayers were set to begin at al-Aqsa Mosque. Two Israeli civilians and a police officer were injured amid the violence.


Footage reportedly from the scene showed Jews dancing and singing in the area before fights erupted and police intervened, throwing stun grenades into the crowd. Palestinians were seen throwing stones at the Jewish individuals during the clashes. The windshields of vehicles belonging to Palestinians were smashed as well, according to Palestinian reports. A number of Palestinians were reportedly injured amid the violence.

1 thought on “The Approaching Storm–Jewish terrorist Ben-Gvir visits Temple Mount, announces ‘We Jews are the masters of Jerusalem’

  1. Khazar POM Betty Nuttyahoo will keep stirring up shit, so he can use violence against the native inhabitants, so he can claim he’s the only one to save STOLENLAND, so he can stay out of prison.

    ed note–slightly disagree…

    There is good reason for all Gentiles to view with great skepticism all the theatrics and ‘jrama’ surrounding Netanyahu and what appears to be legal charges brought against him for bribery and corruption, both of which the Jews consider to be sacraments and sacrosanct. Cigars and champagne? This is what supposedly has the AG all in knots and what may bring the war lord/crime boss Netanyahu down?


    Last week, when the joos were engaged in the latest installment of their ritualistic murder of innocent Palestinian women and children, there was a story that got LOTS of ‘airtime’ in the joo news where an Israeli pilot ordered his squadron to abort their bombing mission because they detected children in the region who might get hurt.

    Do we believe this at face value?

    Or course not, we know better.

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