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12 October 2013

"Cruz" rhymes with "Jews"

Christian broadcaster Texe Marrs has some interesting observations about the new senator from Texas, Rafael "Ted" Cruz, who has managed to make himself the center of attention in the Republican Party the past couple of weeks.

Rafael "Ted" Cruz with Israeli P.M. Bibi Netanyahu

Marrs calls Cruz a "fake conservative." That seems well justified, since Cruz is on the wrong side of the most fundamental issue for preventing further decline of the United States, immigration. Cruz's father supported Fidel Castro, and the apple usually doesn't fall far from the tree. Many Neoconservatives (fake conservatives) are ex-Marxists.

Marrs also calls Cruz "an Israeli lackey." Cruz went to Israel twice in the first month after being elected to the Senate. This is perfectly consistent with being a fake conservative. The very definition of a Neoconservative is a Zionist who pretends to be conservative in order to get Republican votes. 

Cruz's wife works for Goldman-Sachs, also consistent with Zionism, which for some reason has been historically tied to Jewish banking.

Marrs concludes:

Cruz is also for more military spending and for more war and conflict in the Middle East. But, he claims he is a “conservative.”
I know what Senator Ted Cruz is—don’t you?

Rafael "Ted" Cruz shows every indication of being a "Neoconservative." Here is a fact, however, which many Americans will not know, that enables one to give a more specific answer to the question of what Rafael "Ted" Cruz is: after the Spanish Inquisition, Marrano Jews, in order to pass more easily for genuine Christians, often adopted surnames with a very strong Christian connotation. Cruz, meaning Cross, is such a name. In the Spanish-speaking world, surnames with a strong Christian connotation more often than not belong to Sephardic Jews.

Despite all the warning-signs, through grandstanding with a 24-hour filibuster and other theatrics Ted Cruz has in a short time given himself the appearance of being a major spokesman for what passes as conservatism in the United States today. It is a general weakness of crowds lacking organization or leadership that any interloper with a loud mouth who makes some of the right noises can draw attention to himself and pose as a leader, and that is what "Ted" Cruz has been doing.

Cruz represents exactly the kind of plutocratic, warmongering Jewish agenda that has made the Republicans into a losing party. Cruz represents opposition to the populist orientation that must guide the Republicans if they are to become a winning party again.

If you want to help conservatives get a clue, call in to talkshows, post on blogs, point out to them any way you can the faults of Ted Cruz and similar frauds (like Marco Rubio).


Hadding said...


"A true cynic about American politics would, at this point, be forced to one conclusion: Sen. Ted Cruz is a Democratic sleeper agent."

The simpler explanation is that Rafael "Ted" Cruz is a Zionist Jew very superficially playing conservative.

That article by Ezra Klein in the Washington Post gives a list of reasons why the antics of Rafael "Ted" Cruz have done the Republicans more harm than good over the past month.

Ultimately all that was accomplished was to focus attention on Cruz.

Rush Limbaugh and Sean Hannity still don't get it.

Hadding said...

Others have been pointing out that Cruz is a phoney. These are just some of the first results that came up.












Hadding said...

Oct. 17, 2013 8:59 p.m. ET

"Does Ted Cruz support ObamaCare? You might laugh at that question, but on Wednesday the freshman Texas Republican refused to delay the Senate deal to reopen the government and raise the debt limit even though it contained barely a token concession on the Affordable Care Act." http://online.wsj.com/news/articles/SB10001424052702304864504579139903101170492