Antisemitism 101 - Understanding Antisemitism
The Biblical Origins of Antisemitism - Esau and Jacob
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The Jewish God does not look kindly on non-Jews -
The Roman historian Tacitus was one of the first to comment on the Jews ...
The Talmud defines modern Judaism, rabbis spend their lives studying its many volumes.
Two representative quotes from the Babylonial Talmud ..
Maimonides aka Rambam
"Maimonides' Mishneh Torah is considered by Jews even today as one of the chief authoritative codifications of Jewish law and ethics. It is exceptional for its logical construction, concise and clear expression and extraordinary learning, so that it became a standard against which other later codifications were often measured.
Plant, animal, human, Jew
Chabad rabbi Manis Freidman, who has a knack for clear presentation, explains how Jews relate to Jews, and to the other three types of life on earth.
Education and Sharing Day, U.S.A.
Education and Sharing Day is a day made by the United States Congress in honor of the Lubavitcher Rebbe,
Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson (1902-1994). It honors his efforts for education and sharing for Jews and non-Jews
alike. During his lifetime the Rabbi opened scores of centers of education called "Chabad Houses". The day was inaugurated April 18, 1978, by President Jimmy Carter and has since been proclaimed, by the presiding President, annually on the Jewish birthday of Menachem Mendel Schneerson (11 Nissan), which generally falls out in April.
Nazism was a direct response to the machinations of the Jews in Russia and Germany. Hitler describes the reasons in Mein Kampf, the video by Israeli Rabbi Yosef Ben Porat gives a concise summary -
The Jews and the Palestinians
Golda Meir, Prime Minister of Israel
Jews and Christians in Israel
Jesus in the Talmud
Peter Schaefer, author of Jesus in the Talmud, is a Jewish professor of ancient religions at Princeton
Religious symbols the Jews find threatening
"Religious symbols and forms of expression that the Jews find threatening have been almost completely eliminated from schools and other public institutions.
Suits brought by the ACLU, an organization whose leadership and membership are predominantly Jewish, secured federal court decisions banning officially sanctioned prayers in schools and creches and other religious displays in parks and public buildings"
Jews and the goyim
Ovadia Yosef (1920-2013) was the Chief Rabbi of Israel and the spritiual leader of the Ultra-Orthodox Jews in Israel. He led the Shas political party, was a
confidant of Netanyahu, and was regarded as the most important living authority on Jewish religious law.
Jewish morality versus gentile morality
Maurice Samuel explains Jewish morality and contrasts it with goy morality. They spring from totally different sources according to Samuel, with Gentiles treating life as a "sport," where morality is is defined by not breaking the rules, while Jews do not accept the Gentile rules and see morality as doing what God told them to, even if it means breaking rules. Jews regard the goyim as frivolous, and Samuel makes some good arguments, for example that the goys have any number of Christian religions and they fight amongst themselves, so clearly the goys don't take religion seriously. Hard to argue with that. Whereas the Jews' morality is based on doing whatever G-- demands, and there are no rules beyond that. So, the notions of honor, integrity, honesty, fair play, etc., represent arbitrary and capricious rules to the Jews and they are amused when the goyim suffer themselves to follow them. Written in 1924, this shocking classic work of Jewish Supremacism maps out what the avowedly Zionist author saw as the cause of anti-Semitism through the ages: an irreconcilable difference between Jews and all Gentiles, but Europeans in particular. This difference, Samuel argued, was inherent and biological in origin. The author argues that the real point of difference between Jew and Gentile is that the Gentiles follow what he calls the base "triviality" of Gentiles versus the God-like "seriousness" of Jews. This huge psychological difference, Samuel says, is the reason why Jews regard "playful" Gentiles as backward and silly, and why Gentiles will never be able to penetrate the Jewish perception of the world. The book goes on to discuss the main points of difference in behavior between Jews and Gentiles focusing on physical activity, religion, concepts of good and evil, loyalty, science, fair play, and discipline. Maurice spells out why Jews have different attitudes to all these moral and philosophical issues-and why these values are the opposite of those endorsed by Gentiles. Samuel then says that these inherent and unchangeable differences will always make the Jews out to be "destroyers" and the "subverters" of European culture and society.
Judaism - the long game
The mashiach, the temple, and world domination
"Belief in the eventual coming of the mashiach is a basic and fundamental part of traditional Judaism.
The mashiach will be a great political leader descended from King David (Jeremiah 23:5).
He will be a charismatic leader, inspiring others to follow his example. He will be a great military leader, who will win battles for Israel.
The mashiach will bring about the political and spiritual redemption of the Jewish people by bringing us back to Israel and restoring Jerusalem. He will establish a government in Israel that will be the center of all world government, both for Jews and gentiles. He will rebuild the Temple and re-establish its worship. He will restore the religious court system of Israel and establish Jewish law as the law of the land. The world after the messiah comes is often referred to in Jewish literature as Olam Ha-Ba (oh-LAHM hah-BAH), the World to Come. In the Olam Ha-Ba, the whole world will recognize the Jewish G-d as the only true G-d, and the Jewish religion as the only true religion."
When Israel is mighty
The Noahide Laws
Yossi Gurvitz, Israeli former yeshiva student, ties it all together, and lets Christians know what's in store ..
Understanding the 20th century - 100 years of war
'The nation which above all others claims to be free and in sovereign command of its own destiny..
... was brainwashed to the hilt.
A Century of War
The British empire in the early 20th century - Before WW I Britain controlled nearly twenty-five percent of the world's land, in addition the British navy was dominant in all the seas of the world.