EDITOR'S NOTE: Less than two decades ago, the Zionist State was not recognized by the Vatican. Today, the Vatican offers itself as a platform for Zionist warmongering and two-faced rabbinic moralizing. That's rapid progress. Opposition to an unprovoked attack on Iran constitutes a "cardinal sin" against the Holy People and their Holy State according to Ashkenazi Chief Rabbi, Yona Metzger's interdict handed down in Rome. No objection from Pope Benedict was forthcoming.
Metzger: Inaction on Iran a 'grave sin'
By MATTHEW WAGNER
Radical Islam has a lot to learn from Judaism and Christianity about morality and humanitarianism, Ashkenazi Chief Rabbi Yona Metzger, who was in Rome to participate in an international conference on Judaism and inter-faith dialogue organized by the Vatican, said Wednesday ...
Referring to Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's calls to "wipe Israel off the map," Metzger warned of another Holocaust ...
The chief rabbi appealed to the international community and the United Nations to "do everything to avert the threat against [his] people and [his] country."
"I have to say in all honesty that the enlightened nations' indifference, weak spirit, and total lack of action against the Iranian threat is a cardinal sin," he added ...
In a related event, Pope Benedict XVI on Wednesday called on Christians and Jews to respect each other and work together for world peace.
The pope has been reaching out to Jews, following in the footsteps of his predecessor, the late John Paul II. Benedict visited a synagogue in Cologne, Germany, during his first trip abroad as pontiff in 2005.
"I invite all to...invoke the Lord so that Christians and Jews respect each other, appreciate each other and cooperate for justice and peace in the world," Benedict told thousands of faithful during his weekly general audience at the Vatican.
AP contributed to this report.
EDITOR'S NOTE: There could not be a more suicidal, double-minded message than the one offered by the Pope in the context of the incitement of Zionist warmonger, Rabbi Metzger. Collaboration with a rabbi for peace and justice in the world is rather like collaborating with wolves for the safety of chickens. But this is what the Pope, in essence, suggests. Having carefully considered Benedict's suggestion, I thoroughly reject it as utterly preposterous.
As for Rabbi Metzger's insinuation that Christianity and Judaism have some kind of common humanitarian and moral values, I say this kind of nonsense can only be foisted upon those ignorant of the homicidal, racial supremacist tenets of Judaism, which I concede is a large percentage (hence Rabbi Metger's ability to pull off such an audacious, hypocritical gambit), but the percentage is dwindling due to the work of great contemporary researchers and authors such as Michael A. Hoffman and those who preceded him such as Professor Johannes Andreas Eisenmenger.
In due time, knowledge of the rabbinic tradition will precede the rabbis and the era of spectacles such as that documented in the news article above will come to an end.