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Christian Zionism: An Accomplice to Apartheid

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Dispensationalism is a racist doctrine to the core and has its roots in Darwin's On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection or The Preservation of Favored Races in the Sturggle of Life was not about animal evolution but about the evolverment and survivbal of the "fittest or superior race."

Later, they changed the name of the book to make it more politically correct."

Frances Galton, (who made his wealth from the slave trade) known as the father of eugenics was the wealthy cousin of Evolutionist Charles Darwin, financed the book, and also put its principles in practice through eugenics.

Margaret Sanger, founder of Planned Parenthood sought connections with the American Eugenics Movement. Planned Parenthood clinics are disproportionately located within African American communities where today more abortions of the "feeble minded," and "undesirables" take place than any other.

D.L. Moody (D.L. Moody Bible Institute) and C.I. Scofield were influence by Darby. Darby is the father of dispensational theology made popular by the Scofield and Ryrie study Bibles. The Dallas Theological Seminary and The Moody Bible Institute were founded by the principles of dispensational theology.

Zionism's founders believed and stated that Palestinians are less than human. "Menachem Begin once said that "Palestinians are beasts walking on two legs," while forever IDF Chief of Staff Rafael Eitan referred to them as "Drugged roaches in a bottle" and also said "a good Arab is a dead Arab."

Another former chief of staff, Moshe Ya'alon, referred to the Palestinians as like a "cancer" on which he was performing chemotherapy." John J. Mearsheimer and Stephen M. Walt, The Israel Lobby and U.S. Foreign Policy, p. 89.

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