Wednesday, August 26, 2015

What will happen to 'Gentiles' at the Judaic 'Redemption'?

Those who have caused trouble for 'Israel' by not recognizing that all creation (including Gentiles themselves) exists entirely for the service of 'Israel,' will be discussed about, judged and shamed by 'G-d,' 'Israel,' 'the angels' and 'the elders of the House of David,' after which they will be turned to ash, never to return, but not before 'witnessing the joy of Israel.'

Those who have recognized that their lot in life is to love and serve 'the Jews' will have as their reward, continued loving and serving of 'the Jews' as farmers and wine pressers and have the opportunity to view 'the joy of Israel' from their servitude.

This psychotic teaching of Chabad Lubavitch, and the texts of Orthodox Judaism from which it originates, starting at page 44:

http://www.hageula.com/magazines/item/pdf/17_5775_Ki_Tetze.pdf

https://twitter.com/MauricePinay

Monday, August 10, 2015

Dr. Tony Martin on Judaic bullying tactics against scholars of Judaic role in slave trade


Trump Controversy is a mockery; a contrived PC teachable moment for 'pigheaded' Whites

Haven't we seen this show before? But more importantly, when will bigoted Yids who make Archie Bunker and Donald Trump look like class acts be ridiculed and subjected to televised sensitivity training alchemy? Never, as long as condescending Judeo-supremacists control the discourse. For the love of God, turn off your televisions.



Pope Francis' Hasidic doctrine of all 'mercy' and no judgement (except for 'anti-semites')

Thursday, August 6, 2015

Israeli Rabbi supports burning churches as Codifier of Orthodox Judaism, Maimonides ruled they should be

I tire of this ridiculous conspiracy theory which has it that 'extremists' have coopted Judaism and 'Israel.' Orthodox Judaism and the Israeli state were both born in hatred and violence against non-Judaic people.

It's indisputable that the codifier of Orthodox Judaism, Moses Maimonides ruled that Christian places of worship should be destroyed, and further, that Christian 'idolators' must be forced to convert to 'Noahidism' or be executed; when 'Israel' is strong enough to pull it off. The present controversy is fundamentally between the 'Jews' who believe that time has arrived and those who don't. Our job is to show them that this time will never come.

Lehava leader, Orthodox Rabbi Bentzi Gopstein


Head of Israeli anti-coexistence group backs burning of churches, mosques

August 6, 2015 - JTA

JERUSALEM (JTA) — The chairman of the Lehava anti-coexistence group said he supports the burning of churches and mosques.

Rabbi Bentzi Gopstein made the statement during a symposium on the topic of halachah, or Jewish religious law on Tuesday night at the Wolfson Yeshiva in Jerusalem. The statement was first reported Wednesday evening by the haredi Orthodox news website Kikar HaShabbat, which obtained a recording of the debate.

Other members of the panel included Rabbi Moshe Klein of Hadassah Hospitals; Tzuriel Krispal, deputy mayor of Elad; and Benny Rabinowitz of the haredi Orthodox newspaper Yated Neeman.

Asked during the debate if he supports the torching of Christian churches in Israel, Gopstein replied, “Did Maimonides rule that you need to destroy them or not? Idolatry needs to be destroyed.”

Rabinowitz followed his first question by asking Gopstein not to quote Maimonides but to say what he personally thinks.

“Certainly,” Gopstein replied.

Klein warned Gopstein that his statement was grounds for arrest

“If that’s the truth,” Gopstein said, “then I’m prepared to sit 50 years in prison for it.”

Rabinowitz tweeted the exchange, for which he was later criticized by the yeshiva students.

After the release of the recording, Gopstein said in a statement to the Israeli media: “At a closed panel of the Wolfson Yeshiva, there was a halachic debate about the Rambam’s approach to Christianity. During the debate I said that, according to the Rambam, idol worship must be destroyed. I stressed several times I was not calling to take operative steps, but that this is the Rambam’s approach and that it’s the responsibility of the government, not of individuals.

“I understand that there is criticism of the right wing and they are trying to trap us for every word, but I would recommend that first an investigation be opened up into preachers in mosques or [Arab-Israeli lawmaker Ahmed] Tibi or [Arab-Israeli lawmaker Haneen] Zoabi. Then let them come to me.”

Lehava opposes intermarriage and joint Jewish-Arab initiatives. Members of the group staged a protest in December against a marriage between a Muslim-Israeli man and a Jewish-Israeli woman. The group also protested the Jerusalem gay pride parade last week, where a lone attacker stabbed six marchers, killing a teenage girl.

Asked during the debate if he supports the torching of Christian churches in Israel, Gopstein replied, “Did Maimonides rule that you need to destroy them or not? Idolatry needs to be destroyed.”

Rabinowitz followed his first question by asking Gopstein not to quote Maimonides but to say what he personally thinks.

“Certainly,” Gopstein replied.

Klein warned Gopstein that his statement was grounds for arrest

“If that’s the truth,” Gopstein said, “then I’m prepared to sit 50 years in prison for it.”

Rabinowitz tweeted the exchange, for which he was later criticized by the yeshiva students.

After the release of the recording, Gopstein said in a statement to the Israeli media: “At a closed panel of the Wolfson Yeshiva, there was a halachic debate about the Rambam’s approach to Christianity. During the debate I said that, according to the Rambam, idol worship must be destroyed. I stressed several times I was not calling to take operative steps, but that this is the Rambam’s approach and that it’s the responsibility of the government, not of individuals.

“I understand that there is criticism of the right wing and they are trying to trap us for every word, but I would recommend that first an investigation be opened up into preachers in mosques or [Arab-Israeli lawmaker Ahmed] Tibi or [Arab-Israeli lawmaker Haneen] Zoabi. Then let them come to me.”

Lehava opposes intermarriage and joint Jewish-Arab initiatives. Members of the group staged a protest in December against a marriage between a Muslim-Israeli man and a Jewish-Israeli woman. The group also protested the Jerusalem gay pride parade last week, where a lone attacker stabbed six marchers, killing a teenage girl.

http://www.jta.org/2015/08/06/news-opinion/israel-middle-east/head-of-israeli-anti-coexistence-group-backs-burning-of-churches-mosques?