Friday, April 13, 2007

Judaic Papal Knight: "German" Pope Aware of "Special Responsibility to Reaffirm Church's Commitment to a More Pro-Jewish Attitude"

This is the type of thinking typical of today's Vatican knights:


[Rabbi, and Papal Knight, David] Rosen also said that as a German, Benedict was aware of his special responsibility to reaffirm the Church's commitment to a more pro-Jewish attitude as set down in the (sic) Nostra Etate (sic), the 1965 declaration on the relation (sic) of the Catholic Church to non-Christian religions. (Jerusalem Post, "Views mixed on pope's use of Auschwitz diary in Easter ritual")

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It seems hypocritical of Rabbi Knight Rosen to cite Nostra Aetate, the rabbinic document which presumes to absolve Judaics for the guilt of Deicide though their holy books state that Christ deserved to be executed, even as he holds all Germans responsible for "The Holocaust." Rosen appeals to the establishment promulgated dogma that Christians must do penance for the charge of Deicide, even as he enforces the charge of Judeocide against Germans and prescribes their penance.

Rosen speaks of a "special responsibility" of the German Pope to change the Church's attitude towards Judaics.

So, Judaics who did not take part in the execution of Christ, but who believe He deserved it anyway, share no guilt for that cosmic crime, but German Christians who did not take part in the Nazi atrocities and who denounce them at every opportunity have a "special responsibility" to not only do penance and pay reparations, but to radically change the 2000 year-old Gospel of Christ which is entirely unrelated to the Nazis to accommodate the desires of the rabbis. And for this hypocrisy and chutzpah; this direct attack against Christ and the Gospel, the rabbis are knighted by the Vatican.

If it's wrong to make solely ethnicity-based charges against Judaics, it's wrong to do so in the case of Germans. But that's a very unpopular truth to state today under the harsh mental tyranny of the Judaic Imperium.

Most mind-bombed goys will go along with Rabbi Knight Rosen's Talmudic logic. The Gospel account of the Pharisees' plotting of Christ's execution and the Jews' crying out for His blood needs to be blotted out, for "it could lead to another 'Holocaust' of 'The Jews'!" But are the rabbis concerned with what 60+ years of anti-German propaganda--which Rabbi Knight Rosen's comment about the "German" Pope and his "special responsibility" is just one example of--causes Germans? Not in the rabbis' twisted world of double standards. The fact that Germans are the most rapidly diminishing population in Europe is good news to them, but it's no reason to relent, quite obviously.

If Germans were to become completely extinct and every Christian were to forsake the priceless gift of truth and salvation of Calvary for the hellish fool's gold of Auschwitz, the "debt" would remain on the rabbis' ledger. Debts to the rabbis, whether real or fictional, are never paid.


Rabbi David Rosen is the President of IJCIC, the International Jewish Committee that represents World Jewry in its relations with other world Religions.

He is Director of the Department for Interreligious Affairs and Director of the Heilbrunn Institute for International Interreligious Understanding of the American Jewish Committee, and is an Honorary President of the International Council of Christians and Jews, and an International President of the World Conference of Religions for Peace.

In November 2005, Rabbi Rosen was named a papal Knight Commander of the Order of St Gregory the Great for his outstanding contributions to promoting Catholic-Jewish reconciliation.


http://rabbidavidrosen.net/

3 comments:

Itzchak said...

There doesn't seem to be much action around here when I'm not commenting.
I must admit that I don't miss the sick darkness that is expressed here, but I do check in occasionally to see what us Judaics are up to now.

Itzchak said...

hey maurice...
you didnt like my comment?

rev'd up said...

"hey maurice...
you didnt like my comment?"

I think you intended to say

"DUH?"