Video: Many plots to kill President Zuma; also: Mugabe, Israel & Jews

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Video: The Greatest Talent of the Jews...
Sometimes, even the Jews tell the truth in an odd moment! I discuss two key talents that Jews have that are often overlooked but which are important.

I started out analysing a recent plot to kill President Zuma of South Africa. While the lying MSM mention the plot to kill Zuma, only some of them mention a second plot to kill blacks who were enabling “White Monopoly Capitalists” in South Africa! This is a case of Whites being seen as evil when in fact its the Jews who are the monopoly capitalists. I also uncovered other things I had forgotten about from the time before I was Jew-wise. Upon closer examination we see “white” Jews conspiring with blacks to destroy Zuma in 2005 and how it all got out into the MSM and EVERYONE managed to LIE their way out of it!!! (That’s my analysis). This also shows how the Jews lost control of the Presidents of South Africa – which is the real reason the Jews and globalists are after Zuma.

I analyse the story which includes a letter to the Jew billionaire Nicky Oppenheimer for R60 million to kill Zuma and several others along with a letter to kill blacks who enabled “white monopoly capital”. I also analyse old stories claiming there were plots to kill Zuma as well as the so-called “hoax ANC emails” from before Zuma became president. I also mention the rigged 2013 election in Zimbabwe and a claim that Robert Mugabe wanted to kill Zuma.

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6 Pics: When South Africa was White and VIBRANT! - The Hanging building!
This building still exists in Johannesburg. It was already built and looking great in the mid-1980s when I came to work in Johannesburg. Someone back then told me that the floors of this building are hanging. I did not quite know what to think of it, but its design is strange and when you look at the bottom, youll see the whole building is held up by a central column. (Just like those buildings of 911).

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