Must-read article: "Goldstein's Massacre at the Mosque" | Rebel News - Dissident News and Analysis

The Talmud is a terrible, racist, nationalist, fascist thing. This is a long section from a very long but very important article:

Picture this: the Nazi high command runs a school for future officers charged with shooting every Judaic they can find, and teaching genocide to the prospective leaders of the nation. While the mostly unarmed Nazi youths were gathered in prayer to Odin over copies of Mein Kampf, suddenly a lone Judaic resistance fighter bursts into the school and opens fire with an automatic weapon, killing eight of the students and wounding eleven others. If this had happened during the 1930s, a street in Germany would now be named in honor of the killer and he would be listed among the righteous at the Yad Vashem Holocaust Museum. Your son or daughter might even learn of his "heroism" during a mandatory "Holocaust Studies" class.

At the end of February 2008, Matan Vilnai, the Israeli deputy minister of "defense," called for the extermination ("Shoah") of the Palestinians of Gaza. The weekend after he made that homicidal declaration, 100 Gazans lay dead, victims of Vilnai's edict. Some Gazans had been used as human shields, with Israeli soldiers resting machine guns on their shoulders. Other victims were Palestinian children who had been shot in the mouth and head in cold blood, by Israelis snipers who had been waiting for just such an opportunity.522

As usual, the world little noted the call for genocide or the Israeli army's pogrom. President George W. Bush issued no statement decrying the loss of innocent Palestinian life. Orthodox Judaism was not called to account for teaching contempt for and murder of Arabs. The "raid in Gaza was just business as usual for the Israeli army and its so-called "Christian" ally in the White House. Condoleeza Rice called for a resumption of "peace talks" before the bodies of the Palestinian victims were even cold. It was a different reaction, however, that greeted the massacre on the evening of Thursday March 6, 2008 at the Mercaz Harav yeshiva in Jerusalem. Even though the dead were not civilians, but current and future Israeli army recruits, President Bush condemned their deaths in the strongest possible terms, and Islam was excoriated anew as the epitome of religious hatred and terrorism. Rabbi David Stav, one of many prominent graduates of the Jerusalem yeshiva said, "Followers of Islam claim they respect the people of the book. But this horrific act proves the emptiness of their claims." 523

Most Muslims do, in general, respect the followers of "the Book," the Old Testament, that is. They are increasingly losing respect, however, for the followers of the Talmud, whose ideology furnishes the doctrine of annihilation of the Arabs (whom the Orthodox rabbis term "Amalek"). In the usual biased reporting of the western media, much was made of celebrations in Gaza after the yeshiva shootings and little was reported concerning the "Death to the Arabs" rallies that erupted at the same time in the Judaic sections of Jerusalem. The Mercaz Harav yeshiva has produced the bulk of the Talmudic leadership of Israeli "religious Zionism," which is the most racist and genocidal ideology in the Israeli state. Among its thousands of graduates are senior rabbis who have themselves either personally killed Arab civilians or called on the Israeli army to show them no mercy. Many Israeli army officers were trained at Mercaz Harav. It was founded in 1924 by Palestine's first chief rabbi, the aptly named Rabbi Kook. Mercaz Harav is the ideological and organizational center of the Israeli settler movement. They oppose ceding any Palestinian land to the Palestinians. Gideon Levy, columnist for Haaretz, wrote on March 10, 2008, "From Mercaz Harav emerged the rabbis that led the vilest movement in Zionist history." The reaction of the yeshiva students to the attack on Mercaz Harav was to chant "Death to the Arabs!" Rabbi David Shalem director of the Institute of Talmud Studies called on the Israeli government to attack Palestinians "everywhere, in Gaza, and the north and inside."

According to Mercaz Harav's own internal newsletter of Rosh Hashana 5767 (2008), their students were fighting Palestinians in Gaza ("Students from the yeshiva as well, have been called up for reserve duty at the front"). The Mercaz Harav yeshiva's most notorious graduates include Rabbi Haim Druckrnan, who recently issued a call for the Israeli army to exterminate the Palestinans and show no mercy to Arab civilians; and Rabbi Moshe Levinger. Other graduates include David Raziel, the first commander of the Zionist terror group Irgun, which perpetrated the Deir Yassin massacre of Palestinians. By the hallowed standards of the Allies of World War 11, had the attack on the Jerusalem yeshiva been perpetrated on a Nazi school, it would have been viewed as preventing a holocaust by executing would-be exterminators. The Mercaz Harav yeshiva students were Zionist-Nazis, yet the hypocrites of the earth who applaud and commemorate the terrorist methods of the French Resistance and the partisans of eastern Europe in the name of the "greater good" of stopping the "absolute horror" that was Nazism, view the attack on Mercaz Harav in a far different light, as proof of Arab perfidy, Muslim iniquity and Palestinian heartlessness.

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Golda was hardly unique. In an editorial in the Wall Street Journal, the flagship publication of America's corporate elite, Israeli columnist Hillel Halkin called for bombing, kidnapping and torturing Palestinians: "I can make careful use of the intelligence at Israel's disposal to identify, locate and kill ... with minimal loss of innocent life, by such means as booby-trapping their telephones, rocketing their cars and offices, etc. In a word, assassinate them. Sounds good to me." 540

During a sermon over the 2001 Passover holiday, the Shas party's Rabbi Ovadia Yosef exclaimed: "May the Holy Name visit retribution on the Arab heads, and cause their seed to be lost, and annihilate them." He added: "It is forbidden to have pity on them. We must give them missiles with relish, annihilate them. Evil ones, damnable ones." Rabbi Yosefs doctrine of causing the seed of the Palestinians to be "lost" is part of the rabbinic mentality's warrant for genocide in Palestine, and is an obsession with Zionists and Talmudists. Walter Laqueur, of the Center for Strategic and International Studies in Washington D.C., is worried about the high reproductive capability of the Palestinian population, stating that "Gaza's high birth rate has made the political problem more intractable ... breeding ... suicide bombers ..." 542 In the Zionkmind there are just too many Palestinians, they're mostly suicide bombers, and they are "breeding." The solution is extermination. Rafael Eitan, chief of staff of the Israel Defense Forces: "We declare openly that the Arabs have no right to settle on even one centimeter of Eretz Israel ... Force is all they do or ever will understand. We shall use the ultimate force until the Palestinians come crawling to us on all fours." 543 Rabbi David Batzri, director of the Magen David Yeshiva in Jerusalem: "The nation of Israel is pure and the Arabs are a nation of donkeys. They are an evil disaster, an evil devil, and a nasty affliction. The Arabs are donkeys and beasts. They want to take our girls. They are endowed with true filthiness. There is pure and there is impure and they are impure. "544
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...Louis Farrakhan termed Judaism a "gutter religion." [Babylonian Talmudic Judaism is a gutter religion. Jesus rightly hated it so much that he went to the cross to, among other things, expose the Pharisees for their utter wickedness, hypocrisy, deception, etc. Jesus forever!] His remark has been recalled and condemned by the media almost constantly ever since. It was even an issue in the Democrat's presidential candidates' debate in February, 2008 when moderator Tim Russert stated to Barack Obama, "The problem some voters may have is, as you know, Reverend Farrakhan called Judaism 'gutter religion." 547

Just two days after Matan Vilnai said of the 1.5 million Palestinian people living in Gaza that they may be annihilated, more than a hundred Palestinians 548were killed in an Israeli pogrom, and the New York Times couldn't recall Vilnai's threat to "shoah" the Gazans. This is how the Israelis are protected from the consequences of their exterminating racism by the western media, even as their critics are eternally stagmatized. (The Times recognized that Shoah is synonymous with annihilation as far back as 1985: " ...'Shoah' (in Hebrew, 'Annihilation') ..." New York Times,. 23, 1985).

via Goldstein's Massacre at the Mosque | Rebel News - Dissident News and Analysis.

These Zionists and Talmudists (Pharisees) are absolutely disgusting. Americans should positively not be supporting their evil fascism at all in any way whatsoever.

The only line in the article I take exception to (strong) is this: "Jesus did not come for...the perfect, patriot hero of the 'Good war.'"

I take exception to it because there is no such thing as a "perfect, patriot hero of the 'Good war.'" There is no "Good war." War is inherently evil, and Jesus taught exactly against succumbing to engaging in killing others.

This is a very typical theological mistake that is due to a misinterpretation of which spirit will come and destroy. Jesus acknowledged that there is such a spirit and that in this world it must come, but he pronounced woe upon those who fall to taking that spirit into themselves and slaughtering others. Do not fall to it. It is better to have them kill you as you refuse to denounce Jesus than it is to kill them no matter what they do.

It is the hardest test there is, especially for men, but those who believe in God over all flesh and all things seen and unseen will have faith that Jesus has spoken the truth about overcoming violence no matter what.

Peace and truth are one and the same!

Thanks to Max Blumenthal too: http://maxblumenthal.com/2010/11/confronting-the-hebron-settlers-in-new-york/ for his link to Rebel News.

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