Tuesday, December 22, 2009

Moldovan Orthodox Christians DID NOT Smash or Dump a Menorah

Recent establishment news reports of Moldovan Christians "smashing" and "dumping" a menorah are lies in keeping with the 'Holocaust' legend which blackens all East European Christians as frothing-at-the-mouth 'Jew'-haters. Watch video of the event and decide for yourself if the menorah was "smashed with hammers and iron bars," as the Associated Press claimed HERE, or "dumped" as the European Jewish Press claims HERE and the ADL claims HERE, or whether it was gently moved to another location, disassembled and replaced by a cross stood in a pipe that was driven into the ground.



I think that the objective viewer will see that this was a symbolic event, not at all the violent mob scene that the establishment press and Judaic power organizations want us to believe it to be.

Meanwhile, during the same week in Jerusalem, the Cenacle at the site of the Last Supper was urinated on and sprayed with graffiti saying "death to Christians" and "we killed Jesus," HERE and HERE and an Orthodox cathedral was vandalized and sprayed with Hebrew graffiti HERE. None of these acts were reported in the American press or by the ADL.

Let this be yet another reference point for all claims of "anti-semitism" which come to us from the same establishment media and Judaic power organizations. Their word is no good.

13 comments:

Rabbi Ariel Sokolovsky said...

B"H
I think the event in Kishinev was worse in a way than in Jerusalem.
The people vandalizing a church in Jerusalem did it secretly afraid to be seen knowing they would be arrested condemned and punished.
The crowd in Kishinev was led by a Christian Orthodox priests in the middle of the day with 30 policemen looking on doing nothing to stop them.

PS. I was born and grew up in Kishinev. Republic of Moldova went from one of the most anti-semitic parts of Soviet Union to a sovereign democratic country that generally respects the human rights of all of its citizens including the Jews. This incident is very much out of the ordinary. The government has condemned as well as the church I'm sure the people responsible will be punished and will not dare to do this again.

Maurice Pinay said...

Baruch Yeshua Mosiach.

Mr. Sokolovsky, we both know that if that menorah was urinated on, spray painted and burned, as in the Judaic Cenacle, Orthodox Cathedral and Mosque vandalism incidents which you minimize, the howling would not be merely deafening, but ground-shaking.

If a nation should be judged by how it respects the rights of ALL its citizens, as you judge Moldova, then the Israeli state is found wanting in the extreme.

But what East European Lubavitcher ever applied standards universally? It wouldn't be Judaism if you did.

Rabbi Ariel Sokolovsky said...

B"H
If a bunch of rabbis in Jerusalem would lead a 200 strong crowd in removing some cross in the center of the city replacing it with a menorah or a star of david or the like proclaiming that Israel is a Jewish state not a Christian state in the middle of the day with police just watching doing nothing that would be similar to what we can see in the video.
If that would have happened this would have been broadcast worldwide.
If some overzealous religious teenager secretly vandalized some Christian shrine it's clearly not the same level of provocation.
It doesn't show a widespread support/tolerance for such actions, neither from the rabbinate nor the government or the police.
PS. I still don't really understand the point of your post. Does the fact that the crowd lead by the Christian Orthodox priest merely dismantled the menorah without breaking it into pieces make it ok? Do you think that if it would take sawing menorah into pieces to dismantle it the crowd would have stopped?
PPS. By the way it's very ironic that the priest in charge of the vandalism brought up Stephan the Great in his speech as a source of inspiration when he was a man who welcomed Jews in his realm treated them fairly and even had some working in his government (which could be why he achieved so much that he is still remembered fondly by Moldovian people almost 500 years after his passing). The main street in Kishinev is named after Stephan the Great (it was named after Lenin in Soviet times) and the monument to him is a prominent feature of the central square.
PPPS. If you think that it annoys me that you bless your moshiach at the top of posts addressed to me you are very wrong. It really doesn't bother me.
There are many positive things in his teachings that come from the Torah in fact many of his words are restatement of the sayings of earlier sages and the Torah.
There is only one G-d and it doesn't bother me that you believe that your moshiach is your sole bridge to Him.
I don't think that your attitude towards Jews and Judaism is primarily inspired by the teachings of your moshiach rather you probably have a preexisting anti Jewish feelings and you mine scriptures trying to find support for them.
There are a number of ways a text can be understood and the fact that a person chooses the most anti-Jewish possible interpretation simply highlights his own hatred of the Jews not necessarily that of the authors of the New Testement who were mostly Jewish themselves and would have toned down their internal disagreements with other Jews if they would have known how much Jewish blood would be spilled for generations and how much anti Jewish hatred would be generated by some of their chassidim such as yourself.

Gabriel said...

Yes, Maurice, the Rabbi Sokolovsky makes his appearance on your blog once again; & once again he exhibits the Talmudic mentality of having a different standard for Judiacs. This time it is for Judaic vandals & criminals! It's truly mind-boggling but it no longer surprises me or anyone else I know whose mind has not been kabbalized by the establishment media & its creature pop culture.

Anonymous said...

I actually thought his points were reasonable...the comparison was apt and the point was clear....

Anonymous said...

His points only seem so. They ARE NOT! They ignore the fact that Talmudic Jews, especially during and after the time of Christ, have always been hostile to Christianity, at least those who take Talmudism seriously. This rabbi has not shown the other side of the coin: Jews relentlessly persecuting Christians, or undermining Christian belief and culture!

Anonymous said...

Rebbe please,

Your anti-Semite pejorative only works when the rest of the ONE human race is uncaring and grossly ignorant. Enough of your western Talmudic deceptions. Many of us, inclusive of Judaics with integrity, know that those who currently call them selves Jews in an alleged ancestral sense have no relation what so ever to the Hebrews of the twelve tribes that GOD disbanded/destroyed for their unfaithfulness to his written revelation. You know the one foretelling and elaborating on Jesus the Christ that your non-ancestral principle progenitors rejected in order to retain their political control?

The fact that archeology (or the lack of any corollary MSS, travel journals, grave markers, etc. after 175AD) linguistic analysis (your non-Semitic, non-Old Testament Hebrew-ized Sorbian/German Pseudo/new Hebrew) as-well-as the discontinuity/negation of any Abrahamic tradition in your non-Semitic Egyptian/Babylonian Talmudic oral-traditions makes your claims out to be nonsense.

Christ has always been the answer for every tribe kindred tongue and nation!

Anonymous said...

Prof Kevin MacDonald has the answers as to why people often are not happy with the jews .

It is weird , you'd think that Jews would be like " wow , I can't believe that all the goyim are not totally pissed at us all of the time ."

But , that wouldn't be in keeping with Jewish self-delusion .

Anonymous said...

Keep posting stuff like this i really like it

Rabbi Ariel Sokolovsky said...

By the grace of G-d
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http://www.israelnationalnews.com/News/Flash.aspx/178197



You see Maurice we can now see even clearer why as I pointed out in my earlier comments this is much worse than what you compare it to. A crowd of adults led by priests (who one would think are supposed to be examples of moral and lawful conduct) publicly broke a number of laws and instigated religious and ethnic hatred and all they got for that so far was verbal condemnations from the government, unlike the cases you compared it to where perpetrators did their actions in secret knowing they would be condemned and legally prosecuted. It's doubly sad this happened in a same city where another antisemitic atrocity of much greater proportions has likewise remained largely unpunished by earthly justice:( http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kishinev_pogrom ). Truly you and especially immoral people like you who are in positions of power in various governments such as Moldovan AG are hastening the era. When "King shall
rise up from the house of David learned in Torah and observing it's commandments who will rule over the Jewish people and the whole world and make sure the honor of G-d and His people will be avenged, the humanity will be rectified and transformed and thew whole world will know G-d and obey His will together.
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Maurice Pinay said...

Baruch Yeshua Mosiach.

Mr. Sokolovsky, people are well able to view the many videos of the event and see for themselves that this was a peaceful demonstration against Judaic megalomania. If you scream bloody murder at such a peaceful, symbolic event, who will listen to you if something bad actually happens? Did Aesop's children's lessons ever make it to the Judaic community of Kishinev? I recommend you look for the story of the boy who cried wolf. You really should read this. I won't tell your rebbe that you accessed goy books.

I am praying that you will be freed from the Lubavitcher messianic lunacy which has taken hold of you.

Rabbi Ariel Sokolovsky said...

B"H
Dear Maurice!
Since you describe the events in that video as a peaceful demonstration I am sure you would feel the same if for example a few hundred strong group of Jews led by Rabbis would peacefully remove some cross in the middle of Jerusalem replace it with a Jewish symbol carry the cross a few blocks and dump it in the garbage all the while peacefully explaining how Israel is a Jewish state and is not a place for idol-worship as explained in Deuteronomy and elsewhere in the Bible.
I am sure you are going to defend them if they would be indited by Israeli authorities as obviously no crime was committed.
:-)
PS. I am praying that G-d should open your eyes and guide you to embrace the path of the Torah.

Maurice Pinay said...

Baruch Yeshua Mosiach.

Mr. Sokolovsky, Christians and Muslims are routinely attacked and their symbols and places of worship are routinely desecrated, vandalized and destroyed in the Israeli state and occupied territories. The perpetrators are rarely prosecuted. Often the crimes are perpetrated by authorities of the Israeli state.

My eyes are opened to your vile Talmud "Torah." I pray that the Lord will have mercy on you and free you from it.