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September 21, 2017

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Rosh Hashanah is upon us, and Jews around the world are celebrating the start of the Jewish New Year.

But while they may want you to think this holiday simply involves celebrating a happy and healthy new year with family and friends, Rosh Hashanah actually has some dark, secretive meanings that the Jews don’t want you to know about.

Here are five of them:

1) The Shofar is blown to assemble the Jews for world domination.


The Jews want you to believe that the shofar—a hollowed out ram’s horn blown into on Rosh Hashanah—is used as a call to action for the Jewish people to come together and ask God for forgiveness of their past year’s sins. Indeed, it is a call to action to come together, but it’s not to repent. The sound of the shofar emits an obscure frequency that only Jews can hear, and when they hear the secret sound, they assemble to plot world domination. Pretty scary, huh?

2) The dipping of apples into honey represents Jewish political control.

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The Jews want you to believe they dip apples into honey on Rosh Hashanah to signify hope for a sweet new year. Well, you might call that a sweet facade for what it really represents— getting the world’s most powerful politicians to cling to their fingers so they can control them like puppets and force them to do their bidding. It’s pretty obvious when you think about it.

3) The challah bread’s twists represents Jewish financial domination.


The Jews want you to believe they bake and eat a round challah on Rosh Hashanah because it represents the circle of life. But we know not to buy that for a second. The bread represents money—akin to urban slang—and you see those braided twists in the loaf? Those represent how Jews twist up all the savings money of hard-working gentiles to prevent it from ever earning interest, which the Jews are able to easily accomplish since they own all the banks. The roundness of the bread also, of course, resembles a globe, another allusion to their globalist cuckery and world domination plot. Disgusting.

4) The ritual of throwing bread into the water represents the Jewish media monopoly.


The Jews want you to believe that the Tashlikh—throwing pieces of bread into a natural body of flowing water—represents the ritual casting away of sins. Yeah, nice try. The flowing water actually represents the flow of information— the media. By adding more to the water when throwing in pieces of bread en masse, the Jews are flaunting how not only do they already control all of the world’s media, but they’re making their grip on it even stronger. Now that is as nefarious as it gets.

5) Fasting is a coded word for finishing the world domination plot.


The Jews want you to believe that their 24-hour fast (which actually isn’t performed until Yom Kippur ten days later) is the final showing of repentance to God on the High Holy Days. Likely story. In actuality, by not eating or drinking all day, the Jews are able to save up a ton of time, which they use to further brainstorm world domination plots. Also, “fasting” doesn’t actually mean abstention from food or drink. It’s code for ‘fast;’ in other words, the quickness and speed in which the Jews want their domination plot finished and ready to enact.

Wow. That’s the only word that can describe such evil and deceit of good people like you and me.

Hopefully this article was informative and eye-opening into the Jews’ malicious secrets of Rosh Hashanah, and proves why they are the true cause of all of your problems. Make sure to share it to spread the word before the Jewish media takes it down. Godspeed!