Father: Isaac Newton (farmer, b.
nachlass The Chymistry of Isaac Newton,
I’m pretty sure that people hate Jews for no reason at all and that Jewish behavior has absolutely nothing to do with anti-Antisemitism. People are always criticizing Jews for creating Communism and promoting it in the countries where they have control of the political system, finance and the media.
The best thing to do is call them anti-Semitic and then use the media to destroy their reputation. Also, it’s important to keep producing new movies about the Holocaust and reminding everyone how evil White people are while inflaming racial hatred toward them by fabricating stories of racism in the news as well as producing movies like Django Unchained and Twelve years a slave which are producing good results as we are seeing a lot more black on White murders and violent attacks of innocent White people. It’s also beneficial to promote the idea that blacks are superior to White people in television ads and the movies. This will surely encourage more White women to interbreed with blacks. Of course the number one thing that will deliver Western nations to the cause is to promote mass immigration of non-Whites into all White societies.
While Jews haven’t been able to quite destroy free speech in America like they have in Europe, Canada and Australia, they can still use their control over the media to defame anyone who objects to their displacement through demographic genocide. Thanks Jews.
_____. Die exakte Alchemie des von Isaac Newton.” 94 (1984): 157–227.
When the Jews feel the roots of their survival they can share this with others seeking for roots of survival. So when Gentile suffering will bring Gentiles to connect to Jewish suffering then we will be in the root of survival, because of and above all our suffering——a whole new world.
Religious views of Isaac Newton Sir Isaac ..
Examples of the weak relationship between theology and natural philosophy in Newton's career serve as the substratum for cases of the strong relationship, which has only recently begun to be presented by scholars with force. It goes without saying that interaction between matters of faith and facts of nature should be entirely plausible for a scholar who was committed to the Two Books tradition and for whom there were no rigid methodological or conceptual barriers between theology and natural philosophy. Nevertheless, the strong relationship is more difficult to convey and, while certain examples (such as Newton's conception of space as the divine ) are transparent, some case studies used to confirm it still require further investigation and refinement.