The Jews [6]

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Other perspectives

Pat’s view below has been pretty much mine too, plus that of many readers but in the light of all the preceding parts on the Jews, it’s now to be taken in a fairly circumspect way:

The reason I recommend this post:

http://www.nourishingobscurity.com/2014/06/israel-2/

… is that it addresses issues but then there are comments from Wiggia, Cherie and Amfortas, which give the topic an edge.

Some thoughts so far

1. The Jewish people/Israeli/whichever you wish to call them came into Canaan and admit they slaughtered and took over. Now you can see it two ways [at least]. Imagine the British came back to the British Isles in 2025, having been expunged or subjugated, they bomb and strafe and take it aback from the New Caliphate.

Would you see that as just and right or would you see it as Caliphaticide? Depends how you’re placed, does it not?

Would the Caliphate’s takeover OR the British return be equated with the Jews going into Canaan?

Who’s to say there’s not a whole history before that which has been suppressed? Did you see that new scrolls may have been found a few days ago?

2. There is some truly monstrous stuff being done in the world by one particular type of [let’s call him for now] International Jew, plus non-Jews. These people, ranging from the Rothschilds at the top to people like Alinsky, are surely, in Christian terminology, satanist. If you’re an atheist, invent your own term for it.

There is then the communist/socialist/left-liberal Jew, just as hoodwinked as our own Left is and though their actions are destructive, they’re nowhere near as destructive as that Rothschild/Alinsky lot.

Then there seems just the ordinary person who happens to be Jewish, as I happen to be Anglo-Saxon/Christian.

3. We haven’t really looked at the Kabbalah as yet, nor the Talmud. It was referred to earlier, via links.

So let’s do it.

Pro-Kabbalah
Anti-Kabbalah

Let’s go to the Saker:

http://www.unz.com/tsaker/the-ancient-spiritual-roots-of-russophobia/

Not sure if this is from me quoting the Saker or from the Saker – doesn’t matter, it says what is necessary:

As I explained it in some details here, modern “Judaism” is not the religion of “Abraham, Isaac and Jacob” but the religion of Maimonides, Karo and Luria and has its roots in the teachings of the sect of the Pharisees, the Talmud and the Kabbalah. The closest modern heir to Christ-rejecting Jews of the times of Christ would be the Karaite sect. Modern “Judaism” really ought to be called “Phariseic Talmudism”. For a traditional Patristic look at Phariseic Talmudism, please see here and here]

And:

Conversely, Judaic teaching about Christ is not sympathetic either. A quick read of the Toldot Yeshu or, for that matter, the passages about Christ in the Talmud, will convince anyone in need of convincing that the Pharisees’ hatred for Christ was not satiated with His crucifixion. And lest anybody think that this is all racist drivel by blue-eyed Nazis, here is a good article on this topic from Ha’artez corroborating it all.

Fanaticism v moderate practices

There is a different look at it all – namely that we are all of some tribe or other, often mixed over history and within each tribe are the ordinary plebs, all the way up to the fanatical priesthood or “keepers of the drivel dogma”.

It is the fanatics who are the problem and therefore, the true war is between the fanatic and the ordinary person.

Trouble with that view is that it allies moderate nation-of-Britain loyalists with the Jack Straws and Jo Coxes who are anything but what we are vaguely about.

The Kabbalah is a monstrous, mystic hotch-potch, as bad as the satanic verses of the Koran and its ancillary books and commentaries. Don’t take my word, look for yourself. One place it does NOT come from is the Judae-Christian God. The difference in style is a giveaway for a start.

Therefore, even within Judaism – Kabbalah and the Torah are lightyears apart. And this suggests to me that time when one of those two split nations sold out to the Assyrians/Babylonians/Nimrod/Semiramis. Which also brings in Lilit.

Let me throw this one in here now, via Ken Craggs:

http://www.nourishingobscurity.com/2013/06/the-noahide-laws/

This bit is very interesting:

“Chabad was transformed within a few short decades from a small hasidic sect into a thriving global network…In accordance with the Rebbe’s instructions, Lubavitchers have also assumed responsibility for convincing non-Jews to follow the Noahide Laws, a set of seven moral imperatives the Talmud claims are binding on all mankind.

Owing to this fervent activism, Chabad is now the most widespread and vibrant Jewish organization in the world; in some countries, such as France, Australia, and almost all of the former Soviet republics, Chabad has effectively become Judaism’s public face…in a recent book titled ‘The Rebbe, the Messiah, and the Scandal of Orthodox Indifference’, historian and Orthodox rabbi David Berger demonstrates that one faction of Chabad no longer presents the Rebbe as “only” the messiah, but instead goes so far as to identify him with God himself.”

Bloomin’ ‘eck, the whole thing expands and expands as we go on but I’d say the whole idea of fanatics still holds true and I can well understand readers’ antipathy for fanatics of any hue. And the long lost Rossa [to this site] wrote:

With so much disinformation out there it’s very difficult to see through it to the truth. As much as the truth can ever be known, that is.

Onto Part seven.

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5 comments for “The Jews [6]

  1. February 12, 2017 at 00:56

    What was Jesus trying to teach us?

    • February 12, 2017 at 08:32

      The two main commandments – love the Lord your God etc. And the second like the first – love thy neighbour as thyself. On these hang all the law and the prophets.

      And that is now not being taught by parents or schools.

      • February 13, 2017 at 00:09

        I agree that was his main message 🙂

        It is so easy to get distracted from that message, we could simply teach the same message too.

        • February 14, 2017 at 01:02

          And his main message was intended to lead us somewhere…

  2. February 14, 2017 at 02:18

    And therein lies the issue. I have just finished reading Harry’s article on Daniel, then Daniel in its KJV entirety, then the Wiki entry on the book. Interesting that BC is used in the last, not BCE.

    My conclusion is that I am not well enough read in the ancient histories to conclude anything, I neither adopt nor reject. I read with interest.

    On the main commandment in two, that’s clear enough but for a mortal to then further interpret that with a political twist is perhaps overreaching. My mood on any and all verses is cautious, far more so with age. They are there, they have clear weight in themselves but what specific subsequent action they indicate … one treads carefully.

    Desiderata, though non-biblical, does contain that resonating line of ‘as far as possible’.

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