Bruce Wilson | Talk2Action | January 6, 2013
[image, above: Manga Messiah illustration suggests a Jewish rabbinic alliance with Beelzebub]
[image, right: Rabbis, as depicted in Manga Messiah]
[UPDATE, 5:50 PM: the Military Religious Freedom Foundation, in a new press release, states that “these “Manga Messiah” comic books have been distributed liberally across all the service branches and on military bases and naval vessels all over the world including the combat zones of Afghanistan, Iraq, and at many other U.S. armed forces bases in the Area of Responsibility (AOR).”]
The publisher claims that millions of copies of Manga Messiah have been distributed in countries around the globe, from Uganda to Guatemala to Great Britain. And, according to U.S. Army Sergeant Justin Griffith, who also serves as the Military Director for American Atheists, Manga Messiah has been distributed by United States military chaplains.
To an almost complete lack of media scrutiny, the Japanese manga-style
comic book Manga Messiah seems to have joined Hitler’s Mein Kampf,
as one of the most internationally prolific forms of anti-Jewish propaganda in