Jewish History, Jewish Religion - Israel Shahak's shocking revelations

Nienna

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The Sephardic chief rabbi of Israel called black people “monkeys” during his weekly sermon on Saturday evening.
I think the term monkey is used by Jewish people for anyone who isn't Jewish, not just black people. After all, we're all just animals to them.

I worked at a company owned by a Jewish family. A young woman told one of the owners she was going to quit (I can't remember the circumstances). He told her no problem because he could get another monkey just like her off the street in no time. She was white.
 

SlipNet

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It started with discovering the dark mechanics of 9-11, then the history of the Israeli/Palestinian conflict, then reading Douglas Reed, and now this.

There's absolutely no excuse for being trapped in these pathological religions or ideologies. I quit Catholicism when I was 11, under no pressure from anybody. I knew it was rubbish and I told my parents and they were fine. Most of the kids in my year at school just went along and got their confirmation ceremony, but I just didn't care. I've always had a very serious independent streak and it's led me here, so I always trust that part of myself.
 

Tuatha de Danaan

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I think the term monkey is used by Jewish people for anyone who isn't Jewish, not just black people. After all, we're all just animals to them.

I worked at a company owned by a Jewish family. A young woman told one of the owners she was going to quit (I can't remember the circumstances). He told her no problem because he could get another monkey just like her off the street in no time. She was white.
These anti-human ideas are been fed to all Jews by their Rabbis. They are not holy men but top of the pile of anti-humanists.
 

SlipNet

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Tuatha, agreed. To be anti-human is essentially psychopathic. Makes me wonder what a trip to 5d is like for people with such a mentality (soul presence permitting). A hell of a lot of humble pie eating for those characters.
 

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The anti-human aspect of Judaism (and its offsprings like islam etc.) is discussed in a book called "From Yahweh to Zion" by a French author named Laurent Guyénot. He traces how the basic pathological postulates have been permeating culture and history from their inception. Unfortunately, the book has little references cited but some points he makes resonate with what we know today, although some speculative analyses can be put in the wait and see category.
 

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Yes, reading Israel Shahak was a real eye opener. Apart from the pathological aspect, it also became much clearer to me just how much apart from Christianity, Judaismen really is. It appears more like Judaisme and Islam are siblings, which perhaps in part explains why Israel likes to use Islam to destroy Christians and the Christian religion, as they both hate Christianity more than each other. In might be appropriate to stop calling it the Judaic-Christian tradition as some articles have mentioned recently on Sott. Instead one could perhaps talk about the Judaic-Islamic tradition :evil:
 

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I was reading on Sott that Madonna sang at the Eurovision contest in Israel (also discussed on this thread) and how her show was full of supposedly occult and 'Luciferian' symbols and references; and I wondered how the Israelis perceived her obvious attack on Christian churches, considering the view that the 'real' Judaism holds on Christians as described by Shahak. Did she feel she had more of a green light to do that in Israel than she would have had elsewhere? I watched the video and it did make me feel a bit sick - I had to go and listen to some decent Russian orthodox monk chants afterwards to compensate!
 

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Yes, reading Israel Shahak was a real eye opener. Apart from the pathological aspect, it also became much clearer to me just how much apart from Christianity, Judaismen really is. It appears more like Judaisme and Islam are siblings, which perhaps in part explains why Israel likes to use Islam to destroy Christians and the Christian religion, as they both hate Christianity more than each other. In might be appropriate to stop calling it the Judaic-Christian tradition as some articles have mentioned recently on Sott. Instead one could perhaps talk about the Judaic-Islamic tradition :evil:
I agree that Israel Shahak's work was a real eye opener but now I'm reading Michael Hoffman's Judaism Discovered and my eyes are about to fall out. It's over a thousand pages long and I'm only about 1/3 of the way in but he's giving Judaism a real smackdown. No one would ever use the term Judeo Christian ever again if they knew what Judaics really thought of Christianity and the Bible. Would any Christian leader worth his salt ever hold hands with a Judaic in religious solidarity if they knew that Judaics hated Christ (regardless of the question of his historical accuracy; the principle is they are attacking what Christ represents) and say that he's boiling in hot excrement in hell, his mother was a -jezebel-, the old Testament (unless it's the Babylonian interpretation) is useless, the New Testament is worse, and that God cedes authority to the Rabbis because they're smarter than he is? And this is just a tiny smidgen of the absolute deceptive backwardness and evil of Judaism that's described in the book. Gads!

Michael Hoffman has a pared-down version of the above book called Judaisms Strange Gods.
 

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Youtube suggested the following video of a guy going around Israel asking a number of Orthodox Jews, young and old, male and female, about some of the controversial verses mentioned in Shahak's book (i've yet to read Guyenot's). I guess the suggestion came about because i listened to a few of Shahak's interviews and lectures.

I haven't watched the whole thing but from what i can see, some kind of dispute the verses as old or extreme, others flat out agree with them and say that Jews think and are therefore human whereas non-jews don't think and are therefore animals. It's interesting that the non-jews are considered to be those who believe in 'the stars' whereas jews are considered those who 'believe in god', although some dispute this as saying this formerly referred to pagans who no longer exist. As i say, i haven't watched it in full, i only had chance to skip through it, but at least a few of those denying the verses, judging by what they say and their body language, seem to be lying. Either way, having read Shahak's book, this video is pretty damning. If anyone else has chance and would like to, please feel free to provide a more detailed synopsis for those who won't have the time to watch the 30 minute video.

Religious Jews are asked about the Talmud


Corey Gil-Shuster
Published on Nov 22, 2015

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mrtn

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Religious Jews are asked about the Talmud
In the first third of the video the people seem not to be knowledgeable enough to answer the questions. The second third (starts at 14:38) is more interesting, but even more so the last third (25:41) where the answers are straight forward, so you might want to start there. It's interesting for me anyway.
 
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