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‘Jesus’ means ‘God of the pigs’

October 5, 2011

The name ‘Jesus’ is a Yiddish word made up of the Hebrew ‘Je’, meaning ‘Lord, or ‘God’, and the Latin ‘sus’, meaning ‘pig, or swine’. This shouldn’t come as a big surprise, as the word ‘Gentile’ is derived from ‘Goyim’, which means ‘beast, or cattle’. Jews look at non-Jews as animals, and their favorite term for Aryans is ‘swine’! And this is just their demonic blasphemous expression of their deep-seated hatred of God.

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