Another fake 'people power revolution.'
Central banker appointed as Prime Minister of Ukraine
Central banker appointed as Prime Minister of Ukraine
Meeting Jewish group, pope asks prayers for his Holy Land trip
By Cindy Wooden
Catholic News Service
VATICAN CITY (CNS) -- Pope Francis asked leaders of the [non-]American [so-called] Jewish Committee [of Zionist fanatics] to pray [to their genocidal god of talmudism] for his May trip to [Judeo-Khazar-occupied] Jerusalem, "so that this pilgrimage may bring forth the [illusion] of communion, hope and peace [in order to buy more time to push the Palestinians off their land so that the 'Jewish' kingdom can be built on it]."
The modern relationship between Jews and Catholics, he said Feb. 13, has a "theological foundation [derived from Babylonian Talmud tractate Sanhedrin]" and is "not simply an expression of our desire for reciprocal respect and esteem [which will never be forthcoming anyway, since Judaism teaches that goyim only have animal souls and that Christian 'idolators' should be executed]."
Pope Francis noted that in 2015, the Catholic Church will mark the 50th anniversary of "Nostra Aetate," the Second Vatican Council [document written by 3 marranos and two rabbis facilitated by the scoundrel Malachi Martin, a spook for the AJC that FRancis wants to pray for him]. The document [the fruit of subversion and espionage], the pope said, is "the sure [and fitting] point of reference for relations with our 'elder brothers [in the lying, scheming talmudic faith].'"
The declaration [falsely] said Christians and [Khazar talmudists, atheists, communists, Zionists, et al who call themselves] Jews share a common heritage and a profound spiritual bond and denounced any form of contempt of the [Khazars who call themselves] Jews. It also explicitly taught that responsibility for Jesus' death "cannot be charged against all the Jews, without distinction, then alive, nor against the [Khazars who call themselves] Jews of today.' [The religion of orthodox Judaism, in fact, without distinction, takes full responsibility for the execution of Jesus Christ, then and today, and many of its followers, then and today, take that teaching very much to heart, HERE and HERE].
Pope Francis told the [non-]American [so-called] Jewish Committee [of Zionist fanatics] that while the Catholic-Jewish exploration of theological themes must continue [if the Gospel is to be fully blotted out, as every Orthodox 'Jew' prays for], the two communities also must find ways to work together to construct [the 'Jewish' kingdom] especially [on the backs of] the poor, the marginalized and the suffering.
In addition, he said, "it is important that we dedicate ourselves to transmitting [undeserved 'Holocaust' guilt] to new generations [under a pretense of] mutual knowledge, esteem and friendship," especially in seminaries and education programs for lay Catholics. "I am similarly hopeful that [increasing hatred] of [true, Gospel] Christianity may grow among young rabbis and the [Khazar] community."
Stanley Bergman, president of the committee, thanked the pope for his commitment to improving [Judeo-Khazar]-Catholic relations and told him, "We come here feeling deeply that you are our true [lackey], and we [hope the goyim will follow you like a Judas goat to the kosher slaughter]."
The [fanatical Zionist Khazar] delegation also met with Cardinal Kurt Koch, president of the Pontifical Commission for [Subversive] Relations With the [fanatical Zionist Khazars], and with Cardinal-designate Pietro Parolin, Vatican secretary of [corruption].
Rabbi [papal Knight] David Rosen, the committee's international director of [subversive] relations, told reporters that the talks with the secretary of [corruption] focused on promoting [the Zionist agenda under the guise of promoting] religious freedom, education and cooperation in charitable activities. When asked, he said that neither the committee members nor the Vatican officials brought up the sainthood cause of Pope Pius XII, a [target] of [Judeo-Soviet contrived] controversy because of what he did or did not do during World War II to help save [Khazars, the sole criteria for sainthood in the 'Noahide' Novus Ordo church].
As for Pope Francis' May trip to the [once] Holy Land, the [Counterfeit]-Israel-based Rabbi Rosen [who makes Jesus Christ's teaching on pharisaism of no effect] said he wished plans called for the pope to be in [Counterfeit] Israel for more than 30 hours, but he was sure Pope Francis would "do everything that has to be done [to serve Counterfeit Israel's antichrist agenda]."
"… no matter how short his visit is, it's a guaranteed [boost to our failing brand]," the rabbi said. "Hopefully it will leave behind it a sense of greater hope for the future. That's what we need in the Middle East [to buy us more time to complete the building of our 'Jewish' kingdom on stolen land]."
Addressing questions about the possibility of a Catholic-Jewish theological dialogue, Rabbi Rosen said [today's] Christians cannot understand Christianity [due to the Judeo-bolshevik purge of traditional teaching material]. He said Cardinal Koch described that situation as being like "a child who does not know his mother [and is therefore very easily misguided into the jaws of wolves in rabbis' clothing]."
While "it's true that Judaism [is a reactionary, hostile movement against Christianity]," he said, "that doesn't mean that we shouldn't [pretend it is friendly, the better to lead the dumb goyim over the cliff]."
Rabbi Rosen said he believes that in the relationship between [fanatical Zionist Khazars] and [nominal] Christians, "[the genocidal god of talmudism] is speaking to us and, therefore, it's our moral obligation to [execute believers in the divinity of Jesus Christ by decapitation].
For the second time in a week, U.S. Secretary of Commerce Penny Pritzker publicly expressed her support for immigration reform.
"Put simply, this must be at the top of our to-do list," Pritzker said Thursday at an event for the Los Angeles World Affairs Council that was attended by consuls general from Mexico, France and the United Arab Emirates as well as local city leader Jan Perry.
Pritzker, whose great-grandfather immigrated from Russia at the age of 10 [and was a key figure in the Chicago mob], told the Los Angeles Times that immigration reform is a "moral, as well as an economic issue" and one that holds "economic opportunity" for the country [Pritzker's 'morals' derive from the genocidal Zohar which her family publishes]...
... Pritzker said ... "Being multicultural is a great asset [and if you believe that, I have more subprime mortgage derivatives losses to dump on you]."
At the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas earlier this week, Pritzker had expressed her support for immigration reform and her optimism that a deal could be struck this year. ("Immigration reform must be top priority, Commerce secretary says" L.A. Times, January 09, 2014)
"The Holocaust has become the negative absolute in American society. In a world of relativism, we don't know what's bad, and we don't know what's good, but the one thing we can agree upon is that [Auschwitz] is absolute evil, and it has become the standard by which we judge evil and, therefore, the standard by which we begin to establish values." (Rabbi Michael Berenbaum)
The relationship between humans and nature and humans and other humans can take place only within a certain play of tolerance. Insisting on certainty, by contrast, leads ineluctably to arrogance and dogma based on ignorance.
At this point, in the final minutes of the show [episode 11 of The Ascent of Man], the scene suddenly shifts to Auschwitz, where many members of Bronowski’s family were murdered. Then this happened. Please stay with it. This short video from the show lasts only four minutes or so.
It is, I am sure you agree, an extraordinary and moving moment. Bronowski dips his hand into the muddy water of a pond which contained the remains of his family members and the members of countless other families. All victims of the same hatred: the hatred of the other human being. By contrast, he says — just before the camera hauntingly cuts to slow motion — “We have to touch people.”
The play of tolerance opposes the principle of monstrous certainty that is endemic to fascism and, sadly, not just fascism but all the various faces of fundamentalism. When we think we have certainty, when we aspire to the knowledge of the gods, then Auschwitz can happen and can repeat itself. Arguably, it has repeated itself in the genocidal certainties of past decades.
"My Christ as I depict him, is always the type of the Jewish martyr, in pogroms and in our other troubles, and not otherwise." (From Rebel to Rabbi: Reclaiming Jesus and the Making of Modern Jewish Culture, Matthew B. Hoffman, p.225)
"Employed to address the ongoing destruction of European Jewry, the image of Jesus as a sacrificed Jew became a virtual obsession for Chagall … interpreting Jesus as a significant figure in Jewish history or as a symbol of Jewish martyrdom through the ages …" ("The Chagalls, Joined in a Sketchbook," Susan Tumarkin Goodman, Forward, June 05, 2011)
… “Chagall: Love, War, and Exile,” a startling and provocative show opening September 15 at the Jewish Museum in New York … As the exhibition’s curator, Susan Tumarkin Goodman, notes in the catalogue, the museum is aware that some constituents might find the subject transgressive ...
The counterintuitive twist is that Chagall deployed the crucified Jesus as a tragic, urgent messenger whose purpose was to bear witness to the suffering of the Jews and bring it to the attention of the world …
Chagall, who was raised in a Hasidic home, had his own doubts about using Christian imagery, at various points consulting the Lubavitcher Rebbe and Israeli president Chaim Weizmann on the matter. But in the end, he kept painting Jesus …
Chagall described the act of painting Jesus as “an expression of the human, Jewish sadness and pain which Jesus personifies,” he explained. “…Perhaps I could have painted another Jewish prophet, but after two thousand years mankind has become attached to the figure of Jesus.” ("Resurrecting Chagall’s Jewish Jesus," Robin Cembalest, Art News, Sept 10, 2013)
According to The Jewish Museum’s senior curator emerita, Susan Tumarkin Goodman, “To Chagall, the figure of the crucified Jesus was the most powerful image to convey his anguish at the annihilation of European Jewry. He equated the martyred Jesus with the plight of Jews." ("Chagall’s Jesus: The great Jewish artist’s controversial Crucifixion years," Caroline Lagnado, The Jewish Week, Sept 11, 2013)Also see: