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The Greatest Lie on Earth: Proof That Our World Is Not a Moving Globe Paperback – January 17, 2016
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But hark! Hendrie does present quite a few arguments and a fair bit of mathematically-based evidence, although 'proofs' of a flat earth are only one small part of the larger narrative which, I must say, was intriguing...if by intriguing I mean, 'I was entertained'.
According to Hendrie, Copernicanism is a grand conspiracy pushed by the 'Jews', as a deliberate way of de-divinizing man's place in God's universe so that Jewish elites can assert themselves over the goyim as rulers of the world. Hendrix argues persuasively that the Bible teaches geocentrism (not quite so persuasively on a flat earth exegesis), and that creationist sites such as Creation Ministries International are being inconsistent in their literal readings of Scripture. On the one hand, they mistrust science on evolution but they do not challenge the claims of copernican physics, and have actually changed translations of the Bible to make the text fit the physics (the passage about shadows, sundials and the sun moving).
Hendrie gives us a vast, internally consistent (I didn't say true, I said consistent) narrative of how the Freemasons, the Jesuits and the Roman Catholic Church were created and are controlled by Cabalistic, Talmudic Zionists, as are the media, Hollywood and most of the global banking system. Moreover, the Protestant theology of dispensationalism is a Zionist deception dating back to the publication of the Scofield Bible in 1909, thus explaining why so many Christian churches preach a pro-Israel eschatology and suddenly believe that the Jews remain the Chosen People of God, despite rejecting Christ as Messiah and two thousand years of open hostility between Talmudic Judaism and Biblical Christianity.
Moreover, the moon landings, he maintains, are utter fakes and NASA is an occult masonic (Cabalistic) organisation.
Hendrie does an excellent job chronicling the many, many quotes by Talmudists that are utterly hostile to non-Jews, such as the teaching that Jesus is cursed to spend eternity burning in flaming excrement, or that murder of a non-Jew is not considered sinful. If a Christian or a Muslim said anything even resembling the hateful stuff documented as being said by rabbis or contained in the Talmud, it would be all over the media. Which, of course, feeds into the confirmation bias that Jews are running the media.
If Hendrie's book is true, even in part, then I'm potentially signing my life and career away by reviewing the book in anything less than aggressively condemnatory tones, or even acknowledging I read it. Anti-semitism, he writes, is a great trick. You point out misdeeds in Jewish history, past or present, and the media labels you an antisemite, which immediately puts the focus on you rather than on the alleged misdeeds. The media then works tirelessly to destroy your reputation and thus, you are beaten down and the perpetrators walk away scot-free, as in the case of the Holodomor atrocities, and maintain their status as society's 'perpetual victims'.
The thing that strikes me as odd, however, is why would Hendrie write this book, how COULD he write this book, if his thesis about the totality of Jewish power is true? If the world is flat, why are there so many flat earth videos available on Youtube? Why are they not simply erased by the global intelligence network? Hendrie, of course, provides the argument that suppression only creates crusaders and that it's better to control the opposition by leading it (Lenin, a Jew, apparently said that) so flat earth videos are often filled with misinformation to discredit the movement. Moreover, it's implied that the conspirators allow a certain amount of exposure, a "limited hangout" as it's called, just to enjoy demoralising those few who know the truth; letting the goyim know their fate is sealed and resistance is futile. Such arrogance is the character flaw equivalent, if you will, of the serial killer who cannot resist taunting the victims' families by sending letters/trophies.
On the other hand, just how is Hendrie still breathing if he's 'calling out the Jew' and unveiling the greatest of lies? Is it because he's an irrelevant crank blinded into obscurity by his own bigotry? Or perhaps a useful idiot, handy for whenever media relations require an example of contemporary 'antisemitism'? Or could it be because the lie is so big that it has become 'true' and no action against Hendrie is needed? Why make a martyr of him and perhaps risk some exposure, when disclosure will be ignored thanks to the consolidated power and control of the Biggest Lie over virtually all those who would hear it? A cunning psychological snafu, indeed.
It is one thing to explore the evidence and conclude the earth is a globe but as Hendrie points out, 99% of people will dismiss this book out of hand without even considering its offered 'proofs' of a flat earth. A combination, he says, of the sin-based fear of learning the inconvenient Truth, and also from having been conditioned to dismiss anything that goes against one's education, including that which smells of discrimination against a people group (a conditioning carried out by Jewish forces, of course, at least according to Hendrie).
The book's narrative contradicts what other popular conspiracy theorists like David Icke and Alex Jones are saying is the Truth That Shall Set You Free and both have been accused of being disinformation agents. Jones openly mocks the idea of a flat earth, while Icke is cagey with his opinion, perhaps still waiting for a limited hangout signal from the Reptilian overlords he's supposedly exposing.
Upon completing the book, I then watched a recent Youtube video of Jones on Joe Rogan's podcast where he was revealing the "secrets" of the universe, a narrative of breakaway civilisations which sounded very much like he'd been reading, without attribution, the high-octane speculations of one Joseph P. Farrell. Farrell is mistrusted by some because he explains his breakaway civilisations and reverse-engineered technologies by way of a 'Nazi survival' narrative (i.e. white europeans are the Big Bad). Jones, moreover, has been castigated for refusing to 'name the Jew' and prefers to focus on more generic 'globalists'. Apparently, he did attack Zionism years ago but since marrying a Jewish lady, and since his producers are Jewish, he has changed his tune. However, he has been tirelessly going after the pedophile ring story, which may well lead back to the alleged Talmudic practice of baby sacrifice and molestations (if Hendrie is correct)...
In the end I'm giving the book two ratings: o/5 and 5/5. Why? Because it's either exposing the greatest satanic conspiracy against mankind since the garden, and providing one of the most important, if not the most important narrative complements to the biblical historical-redemptive story. Or it's unadulterated horse pucky that deserves only to be mocked, derided and dismissed with prejudice (before reaching the third stage of being accepted as self-evident???).
The thing is, no amount of evidence or argumentation is going to persuade the reader one way or the other.
This is not a book that changes minds. It is a book that confirms biases. This book is a litmus test for where one stands in their journey down the rabbit hole; how alienated one feels from the mainstream culture and a sense of community; how angry, failed and despairing one is and in need of a group of people to blame. Or, maybe, just how successfully deprogrammed and unplugged one is from mainstream satanic nonsense being preached both in and outside the Christian church.
That's kinda the point - it's virtually impossible to know for certain whether Hendrie's book is true or not, because any rebuttal could all just be part of the conspiracy. What this book can do, however, is hold up a mirror and encourage you to ask yourself, 'How am I doing today?' Ah, but there's the rub: Hendrie's book might still be True even if only isolated, socially-alienated people are able, by virtue of their separation from the goy mentality, of believing it. That, surely, is the unkindest cut of all.
Cue X-Files theme music...
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