It is my intention to do a post or series of posts on this topic after doing more research, but I wanted to open this up for discussion. I want us to have a copy here of the Talmud for reference and research, and have been looking for a good resource for that. I believe we should have a copy of the Quran and Hadith here as well.
I came across a quote recently in a forum…
“When a Jew murders a Gentile (a Samaritan), there will be no death penalty. What a Jew steals from a Gentile he may keep.”
— Sanhedrin 57a
Now before anyone says that the Scriptures are filled with stuff like this, I get it. I go out of my way to not cherry pick such things. I will often listen to many minutes of an interview in order to make sure I did not take something out of context. I mean only to note here that one group of people may take things for granted that others do not. Others may in fact ascribe great meaning to things that we were never taught, or that we assume no virtuous human being believes anymore.
I assumed this was a legitimate quote, but wanted to know more. I came across this page in Wikipedia and I have copied some of it below. I have left the links and everything complete, and have left all formatting intact.
It is an urgent topic, but somehow the wikipedia still lacks any serious discussion about this issue. I came across some site that even concludes that this Holy Book (“The Talmud“) is the “Mein Kampf” of the “Chosen People“.
well, it seems like an extreme accusation, so it is natural to ask, are there any controversial laws in the Talmud or it is much ado about nothing.
So, with your kind permission, let me just quote and discuss some issues in Halacha, that in my humble opinion are sort of relevant here.
- “A Jew who rapes a gentile 3-year-old girl, because he raped her viciously, this girl is put to death, because she “brought” shame on the Jewish people, like a case a Jew coupling with an animal, the animal is to be executed as mentioned elsewhere. (Maimonides, chapter 12 of The Laws of Forbidden Relationships, halacha 8-9).
- “Ones’ ox that injured a pregnant maidservant and she miscarried, the owner of the ox is exempt from payment for her offspring, for this is similar to injuring a pregnant she-ass“. (Maimonides in chapter 11 of The Laws of Monetary Damage, halacha 4).
- (This revered scholar even explains himself very well, here is an exact quotation:
- “This is our law! And do not find it difficult, and don’t be surprised by it, just as one is not surprised about the slaughter of animals even though they have done no harm, for, one in whom human characteristics are not complete is not truly a man, and his end purpose is only for ‘man’ (i.e. the Jew)”. (Maimonides commentary on the Mishnah in Tractate Baba Kama, chapter 4, mishnah 3).
- A Jew who killed a Gentile with intent is not put to death by the Beit Din, as he would be had he killed a Jew. (Maimonides in The Laws of a Murderer and Saving Life, chapter 2, halacha 10-11).
- A gentile who killed a Jew without intent, even though he did it unintentionally, he is put to death.(Maimonides in chapter 5 of The Laws of a Murderer and Protecting Life, halacha 4)
There is lots more, this is just what I copied. This however would totally explain why International Jewish Bankers believe it is okay to loot entire countries, lay waste their infrastructure and enslave the citizens, all without remorse. It may also explain much of 9/11 as well.
I am going to push through the rest of what I have scratched out here although I may return to do a lot of editing…
I remember listening to an interview a year or two ago with Robert David Steele. He had a Jewish friend who was engaged to be married, and the guy spoke of his fiance with great devotion. Steele noted with surprise that this guy was banging a different chick every night! “Shiksas don’t count,” his friend replied, quite seriously. Shiksas are gentile women, non-Jews… tramps.
This really stuck with me. Both Jews and Muslims consider anyone outside their own religions to be unclean, and different rules apply to them. This is the height of group narcissism. Literally.
For Jews these people are known as gentiles or goyim – “worshipers of idolatry.”
Jews might also use the term shegetz – for a non-Jewish man or boy, or shiksa for a woman or girl, although these terms are considered derogatory (just in case you don’t consider it derogatory to be called an idol worshiper).
Idolaters are given the status of cattle, as maybe they should be. We will talk about idolatry in future posts.
Muslims too refer to non-Muslims disrespectfully, using the term(s) Kaffirs or infidels. They are supposed to avoid interacting with them except when unavoidable. They also disdain idol worshipers, as they should.
Each religion has special clauses built-in which basically allows them to lie and do bad things to anyone who is not one of them and get a free pass for it. I think it must have really rubbed Jews the wrong way when Jesus said that was uncool. And Muhammad really took it personal that ANY Jew thought he was better than him. This score is still not settled. If you think Sicilians can hold a grudge, you ain’t seen nothing.
I will finish with something I had intended to devote an entire post to just by itself – Kol Nidre. I learned about this many years ago, and was intrigued. I was still very naive about how the world really worked… and perhaps still have made only limited progress.
Kol Nidre is an Aramaic declaration recited (sung) in the synagogue at the beginning of the evening service each year on Yom Kippur. It annuls any vows, pledges or oaths to be made in the coming year.
“All vows we are likely to make, all oaths and pledges we are likely to take between this Yom Kippur and the next Yom Kippur, we publicly renounce. Let them all be relinquished and abandoned, null and void, neither firm nor established. Let our vows, pledges and oaths be considered neither vows nor pledges nor oaths.”
So basically they can agree to ANYTHING – especially with a Gentile – and it doesn’t matter if it’s a total deception. It appears to me that they are telling you this up front. Perhaps I have a serious lack of understanding regarding this, but I don’t think so.
It is interesting perhaps how this fits with something said by Jesus in Matthew 5:33-37, although I had never believed it to mean that it was okay to lie through the taking of oaths, or ever would be…
Again, ye have heard that it hath been said by them of old time, Thou shalt not forswear thyself, but shalt perform unto the Lord thine oaths: But I say unto you, Swear not at all; neither by heaven; for it is God’s throne: Nor by the earth; for it is his footstool: neither by Jerusalem; for it is the city of the great King. Neither shalt thou swear by thy head, because thou canst not make one hair white or black. But let your communication be, Yea, yea; Nay, nay: for whatsoever is more than these cometh of evil.
Finally, let me say that I know the difference between lying to protect an innocent person against evil, “No, I am not hiding Jews,” versus lying for purposes of deception and material gain, “That car is as good as new!” when you know the transmission is about to go out. And I don’t give a damn who you are lying to in that case. That is still fraud, and is morally and ethically wrong.
More to come…