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A Video Review of “A Cracking of the Heart”

November 25, 2009

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2 Comments
  1. smithwinston permalink
    November 26, 2009 3:30 am

    Interesting, though distracting book review. The gentleman is high octane, and his shaved head and forceful presentation can overwhelm his analysis of the book, even inviting criticism of dubious affiliations. It is perplexing trying to learn about his group, as the web address emblazoned across his chest does not connect to a site with that name.

    About his flag, I thought it might be a variation of the Belgian flag, but it has horizontal stripes, not vertical, or Germany, which features black, red and gold, but not in the same order.

    The “Lion of Judah” on his flag seems to be borrowed from the Ethopian flag, and the comment he made about the flag, “Iron, Lion, Zion”, is of course a reference to Jesus Christ, as well as an Israelite tribe in the old Testament, it is also a popular song by Bob Marley, the Rastafarian.

    So I am confused by the symbolism in the video, and am curious about what his motives for reviewing a non-political book really are, in light of the various politically charged messages contained therein.

    I would like to know exactly what the flag represents, and what its colors and theme is precisely based on, and what sort of group he belongs to.

  2. smithwinston permalink
    November 26, 2009 3:44 am

    I made a mistake, I meant to say that “The Lion of Judah”, is also a reference to Jesus Christ, but that the “Iron, Lion of Zion”, is a appears to be a loose reference to the same idea, the “Promised Land”, that is Israel. Intrestingly enough, the Mormons also have an idea of assembling in “Zion”.

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