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      One of the greatest tragedies that comes from social media giant FaceBook, is their unmitigated campaign and horrible actions against all user posts that are open to discussion about jews, zionists, and israel, especially if they are anti-israeli or anti-zionist. By doing this FaceBook denies truthful open discussion and discourse on those subjects. The childish FaceBook censoring of posts is an insult to all living, breathing adult humans. Interestingly enough, one of FaceBook’s censoring targets is VeteransToday (VT), perhaps one of the most alert and sensitive online intelligence groups operating outside the government. Many of their articles, even while often masking some truthful elements being discussed, try very hard to alert the common man about the truth behind many of the shadow government actions, so in that respect, they operate very much like Wikimedia. This VT article linked below is an article that I’m certain the censors at FaceBook will try to hide. Fortunately, for you, dear reader, Highlander.com has no such restrictions on free speech and open discussions, so you can read the article, written by Jonas E. Alexis.

      Novelist Alice Walker Meets the Khazarian Mafia, by Jonas E. Alexis

      The Color Purple, a book written by author Alice Walker, was made into a movie by the same name. It was directed by none other than Steven Spielberg. Spielberg was obviously more than willing to take the role as director because The Color Purple is essentially an attack on the black family and Logos of history. We all know that Spielberg is known to distort the facts of history, as in the case of his movie Amistad.

      Alice Walker was fine when her writing was essentially serving the interest of the very people who worked tirelessly to turn blacks into revolutionaries. She got great accolades. In fact, The Color Purple won the 1983 Pulitzer Prize for Fiction and the National Book Award for Fiction.

      But Walker got herself into trouble recently when she barely mentioned that she was reading David Icke’s And the Truth Shall Set You Free. Walker said: “In Icke’s books there is the whole of existence, on this planet and several others, to think about. A curious person’s dream come true.”

      Well, Walker was obviously stepping into a politically forbidden zone which is filled with explosives. I [Jonas E. Alexis] have never read any of Icke’s books. And no serious scholar or writer will appeal to the so-called The Protocols Of The Learned Elders Of Zion to make a scholarly or serious point. Scholars of all stripes have enough documents to construct serious arguments against the Khazarian Mafia and all their offshoots.


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