Wednesday, January 27, 2010

Defamation: Israeli Film on the ADL Protection Racket

The film titled Defamation by Israeli director Yoav Shamir is flawed in many ways but it's important for the glimpse into the paranoia of Judaism it gives to outsiders. Despite the angle of the filmmaker, persecution paranoia is not a problem only for "secular" "Jews." The rabbis and their followers have been teaching their children the "law of nature" that "Esau hates Jacob" for millennia. Abe Foxman only runs a larger, more high-tech ghetto than the rabbis of old.

While the filmmaker probes the "antisemitism" delusion, he cannot bring himself to contemplate the role which "antisemitism" paranoia has played in shaping the "Holocaust" "narrative" as it has come to be canonized, much less question any of the specific "Holocaust" claims to which the film makes reference--for instance, the Soviet wartime propaganda claim that, in the space of two days, 30,000 "Jews" dug their own grave and then waited to be shot to death at Babi Yar, an incredible tale unsupported by any material evidence. The claim that the evidence of such a massive crime could be entirely erased is even more incredible than the tale of the alleged crime itself.

And, the ADL is only one of a myriad of organizations which serve the same ends.

This film only scratches the surface of the delusion of Judaism's persecution complex, but it's a start.

Defamation (2009)

Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Rabbis Want to Preserve the Ignorance that their Tyranny Depends on by Censoring Websites

"The Internet broke down the walls of the ghetto that the haredi world built up."

Ultra-Orthodox seek boycott of their own Web sites

AMY TEIBEL - Associated Press

Monday, Jan. 25, 2010

JERUSALEM -- Prominent ultra-Orthodox Israeli rabbis are targeting a new foe in the decidedly impious world of the Internet: They've demanded a boycott of their community's own Web sites, accusing them of disseminating "gossip, slander ... filth and abominations."

It's the latest flashpoint in a long-simmering battle by rabbis in the profoundly insular ultra-Orthodox, or haredi, community to preserve their influence over hundreds of thousands of followers in an era when the forces of technology are growing ever more powerful.

The ultra-Orthodox portals do not contain the seamy material that traditionally has been the main target of rabbinical ire. But the sites, which publish articles on politics, economics, health and religion, do offer freewheeling discussions with irreverent and unmonitored reader responses - including direct criticism of rabbis' authority.

A reader responding to a recent report on alleged bribery in an ultra-Orthodox school in the Tel Aviv area posted a photograph of the "hear no evil, see no evil, speak no evil" monkeys, likening them to municipal, school board and rabbinical officials.

Another reader, commenting on a legal dispute that made its way from a religious court to a secular court, predicted that the "harediban" - a play on the word "Taliban" - would lose their grip on the community.

The anonymous comments are an injection of openness in the intensely cloistered world of Israel's estimated 650,000 haredim, Hebrew for "God fearing." The haredim live in isolated enclaves across Israel and study in closed school systems. These communities, easily recognized by their bearded men in long black coats and brimmed hats, have minimal contact with the rest of the world.

Ultra-Orthodox rabbis have labored hard to throw up walls between their community and the outside world, and technology has long been a battleground.

Television was an early target and remains off-limits in many ultra-Orthodox homes. Cellular phones were another point of contention, with rabbis ordering the use of "kosher" filters out of fear the phones would be used to access sex sites or other objectionable material.

Haredi rabbis have been railing against the dangers of the Internet for a decade. In one infamous incident, the family of Israel's Sephardic chief rabbi, Shlomo Amar, had a 17-year-old boy kidnapped and beaten at knifepoint after he became acquainted with the rabbi's daughter through an Internet chat room and later met her unchaperoned - an ultra-Orthodox taboo. Amar was not charged in the case.

The very existence of haredi Web sites gives the Internet a cloak of legitimacy in the ultra-Orthodox world, said Menachem Friedman, an expert on Jewish religious society in Israel.

"If there are haredi Web sites, then it means the Internet is kosher," with all the openness to the outside world that legitimacy would imply, he said.

The sites, largely run by members of the haredi community, provide a rare outlet for public discourse, further upsetting the rabbis, says Avishay Ben Haim, religious affairs reporter for Israel's Maariv daily.

The Web sites "set the agenda," he said. "They are threatening the old elite."

The rabbis haven't been able to keep out the Web entirely. They have offered a dispensation to businesspeople and others who use it to make a living. And filters devised over the years have permitted the ultra-Orthodox to strictly screen content, allowing the Internet to flourish in their midst.

Now, the rabbis are trying to plaster the cracks in the haredi world's self-imposed walls.

In a letter published recently in ultra-Orthodox newspapers, 21 top rabbis called for an Internet boycott, specifically of the haredi sites, which they said were "defaming the haredi community" and spreading slander and filth.

"We must vilify these sites and purge them from our midst," said the letter.

Even if the sites themselves aren't guilty of objectionable conduct, "they are making people use the despicable Internet, which has harmed so many Jewish souls," added the letter, which has been posted on the same haredi Web sites they wanted boycotted.

Web site operators did not return calls or e-mails seeking comment.

In the U.S., home to the world's second-largest Jewish community after Israel, there's been no similar boycott call, said Rabbi Avi Shafran, spokesman for the haredi Agudath Israel of America group. But he said he could identify with the rabbis' concerns.

The blogosphere "may have worthy offerings but it is saturated, too, with hatred, lies, half-truths and slander," Shafran said in an e-mail. He said when sites allow anonymous comments, "the potential for what is Jewishly wrong is magnified exponentially."

Agudath Israel of America has never maintained a Web site, Shafran said, for fear that would "send a subliminal message to people that the Web is a place they should regard as benign."

So far, the boycott calls in Israel have already claimed significant victories. At least two sites have shut down and key figures have resigned from another.

But insiders don't expect the ban to squelch Internet use.

"The Internet broke down the walls of the ghetto that the haredi world built up," said Ben Haim, the Maariv reporter.

Transcript of Putin Meeting with Chief Rabbi of Russia, Lubavitcher, Berel Lazar

What an expedient relationship. Rabbis thank Putin for the assistance of the Red Army. Putin thanks Rabbis for their assistance, via Shoah Business, in covering up the atrocities of the Red Army. There is complete agreement in their opposition to "Holocaust" revisionism:

Vladimir Putin: I am very happy to see you. We have been trying to meet and talk for a long time. We had an opportunity to discuss our current business together briefly. I know about your project, and I remember that you told me about the construction of a museum. How is it going?

Berl Lazar: Despite the crisis, the project we planned and that you helped start is being carried out on time. We planned to open the museum in two years, and this is still realistic.

Vladimir Putin: Is it being built or not?

Berl Lazar: The building has already been finished. Now we need to finish the interiors... Much work is still ahead, but, thank God, we can already see the light at the end of the tunnel.

Today is the eve of January 27, and we think that this is a very big event. We Jews will never forget what the Soviet Army, the Red Army, did for us during World War II. We must clearly emphasise this and tell people how it was in reality, because, regrettably, what we see happening in Ukraine in the last few days is simply appalling. We cannot accept this, and we will help people understand these issues so that everyone is clear on the past. Historical facts are the best answer when we see something like this.

Vladimir Putin: I closely follow what is happening in the world to distort history, in particular, to deny the Holocaust. I would like to note that Jewish organizations are our consistent allies in our efforts to preserve the memory of the victims of Nazism and the real tragedies of World War II. We had their support when the monument was moved in Tallinn, and we see this in other regions of the world, where attempts are made to revise the truth about the tragedy of World War II. We have seen how consistent Jewish organizations are in Russia as well, and we absolutely agree with you on this issue. I would like to thank you for that.

Berl Lazar: I think that those who saw and felt this tragedy cannot deny it. There are many people who, by no coincidence, continue to say: we were there, we know who helped us and who did not. This is not even a question.

Overall, I think that the Jewish community in Russia would like to prove that it is impossible to deny this moment and the Holocaust as a whole, and to prove participation of every nation that helped us. This is an ideological approach. This is not only because some people helped and some did not. Nazism is bad not only because its proponents killed, but because they killed and justified their actions. There were people who helped them in the Baltic countries and in Ukraine - local people took part in the liquidation of the Jews.

Saying that the Nazis came and the people resisted is not enough. There were many people who did many things, but on the whole it was the state that helped. That is why it is frightening when now some are trying again to come up with their own versions of history.

Vladimir Putin: I agree.

Russian Federation transcript

Also see:

Putin promises financial support to Chief Rabbi Lazar for Russian Jewish museum

"The Haiti Disaster is Good for 'The Jews’"

For counterfeit Israel it's not helping that matters, but the image thereof. The work has hardly begun in Haiti but having accomplished their PR goals the Israelis are already on the long journey back to the Israeli state--mere miles from the humanitarian disaster in Gaza which they caused and where they do not offer aid.


Israel: "Haiti is a PR Win"

And the modern Hebrew language Israeli newspaper Ma'ariv is where the real scoop is often buried:

Mondoweiss: Israeli media consultant in Maariv: ‘The Haiti Disaster is Good for the Jews’

Also see:

"Israel" Hopes Papal Visit Will Help Polish International Image In Wake of Gaza Massacre

Palestinian Christians Urge Pope to Not Lend Credibility and Prestige to Israeli Slaughterers

Will Benedict's "Pilgrimage" Boost "Israel's" Image or Destroy His Own?

Friday, January 22, 2010

Join Palestinian Christians in a Boycott of Zionist Business, 'Culture' and Theological Contrivances

Zionist theology taught in Catholic and Protestant churches, in all of its manifestations--'Holocaust' theology, Scofield dispensationalism, theology of "race"-based salvation, dual-covenant theology, et al--enable terrible persecution of Christians in counterfeit Israel and the occupied territories. Christian Palestinians are asking for help in a boycott of such Zionist theological contrivances along with Zionist business and 'culture.' Please help to distribute this appeal far and wide.

"... The West sought to make amends for what Jews had endured in the countries of Europe, but it made amends on our account and in our land. They tried to correct an injustice and the result was a new injustice.

2.3.3 Furthermore, we know that certain theologians in the West try to attach a biblical and theological legitimacy to the infringement of our rights. Thus, the promises, according to their interpretation, have become a menace to our very existence. The "good news" in the Gospel itself has become "a harbinger of death" for us. We call on these theologians to deepen their reflection on the Word of God and to rectify their interpretations so that they might see in the Word of God a source of life for all peoples ...

6. Our word to the Churches of the world

6.1 Our word to the Churches of the world is firstly a word of gratitude for the solidarity you have shown toward us in word, deed and presence among us. It is a word of praise for the many Churches and Christians who support the right of the Palestinian people for self determination. It is a message of solidarity with those Christians and Churches who have suffered because of their advocacy for law and justice.

However, it is also a call to repentance; to revisit fundamentalist theological positions that support certain unjust political options with regard to the Palestinian people. It is a call to stand alongside the oppressed and preserve the word of God as good news for all rather than to turn it into a weapon with which to slay the oppressed. The word of God is a word of love for all His creation. God is not the ally of one against the other, nor the opponent of one in the face of the other. God is the Lord of all and loves all, demanding justice from all and issuing to all of us the same commandments. We ask our sister Churches not to offer a theological cover-up for the injustice we suffer, for the sin of the occupation imposed upon us. Our question to our brothers and sisters in the Churches today is: Are you able to help us get our freedom back, for this is the only way you can help the two peoples attain justice, peace, security and love?

6.2 In order to understand our reality, we say to the Churches: Come and see. We will fulfil our role to make known to you the truth of our reality, receiving you as pilgrims coming to us to pray, carrying a message of peace, love and reconciliation. You will know the facts and the people of this land, Palestinians and Israelis alike.

6.3 We condemn all forms of racism, whether religious or ethnic, including anti-Semitism and Islamophobia, and we call on you to condemn it and oppose it in all its manifestations. At the same time we call on you to say a word of truth and to take a position of truth with regard to Israel’s occupation of Palestinian land. As we have already said, we see boycott and disinvestment as tools of non violence for justice, peace and security for all.
7. Our word to the international community

7. Our word to the international community is to stop the principle of "double standards" and insist on the international resolutions regarding the Palestinian problem with regard to all parties. Selective application of international law threatens to leave us vulnerable to a law of the jungle. It legitimizes the claims by certain armed groups and states that the international community only understands the logic of force. Therefore, we call for a response to what the civil and religious institutions have proposed, as mentioned earlier: the beginning of a system of economic sanctions and boycott to be applied against Israel. We repeat once again that this is not revenge but rather a serious action in order to reach a just and definitive peace that will put an end to Israeli occupation of Palestinian and other Arab territories and will guarantee security and peace for all ... (A moment of truth: A word of faith, hope and love from the heart of Palestinian suffering)

Read the full appeal here:

A moment of truth: A word of faith, hope and love from the heart of Palestinian suffering

Pius XII, Bishop Williamson Media Controversies are Theatre for Peasants, No Impediment to 'Dialogue'

For all his insight, the author will not acknowledge that the rabbis bluff when they threaten to withdraw from 'dialogue'--the vehicle by which their nefarious goals against the Church are advanced--or that the rabbis' helpers in the establishment press have interests other than selling newspapers.

Exaggerations for Dubious Ends

Edward Pentin - NCR

Friday, January 22, 2010

After a week in which Pope Benedict XVI visited the Great Synagogue of Rome and the Vatican and the Rabbinate of Israel held their regular annual meeting, Catholic-Jewish relations are looking considerably healthy – much more so than it might appear in some of the mass media.

As mentioned in an earlier post, whatever the controversies affecting the dialogue, relations usually continue much as they did before, largely thanks – as the Holy Father noted in his synagogue address – to advances in dialogue emanating from the Second Vatican Council’s declaration Nostra Aetate.

Rabbi David Rosen, director of the American Jewish Committee’s Department for Interreligious Affairs, called the Pope’s visit to Rome’s synagogue “a genuine milestone, putting many fears and suspicions to rest and reinvigorating the historic transformation of this relationship in our times.” He noted what he called a warm, impressive and festive atmosphere which he said was a “public expression of already well established friendships between Catholic and Jewish leadership present.”

Of course, the well trodden controversies over Pius XII, Richard Williamson and the Good Friday prayer of the Traditional Latin Mass have, rightly or wrongly, been of real concern to many Jews. Yet their real impact on dialogue is actually minor. During this week’s bilateral commission between the Vatican and Rabbinate of Israel – a meeting that included a number of very senior Judaic and Church leaders – the dispute over Pius was never raised. More important were the areas the two faiths hold in common.

“These controversies are important for the mass media, but not for our dialogue,” said Father Norbert Hoffman, the Secretary of the Vatican Commission on Religious Relations with Judaism. ”We didn’t talk about the Pius matter at all during this [commission] meeting. Of course this issue exists but it doesn’t exist in the sense that the media think it would be on the table.” He added the final assessment of the delegation of the Chief Rabbinate was that the Pope’s visit to the synagogue was “very successful.”

Earlier this week, the [Judaic advocate of dungeon sentences for non-believers of "Holocaust" dogmas who is located in France], Bernard-Henri Lévy, denounced what he said were media caricatures of Benedict XVI and Pius XII in their dealings with Jews, saying their words and deeds belied their media portrayals.

All of which further points to what many have long suspected: that certain individuals and groups, not only within the mass media but elsewhere, are sadly exaggerating and exploiting Catholic-Jewish differences to suit their own ends, whether it be to sell newspapers or, more seriously, for a variety of nefarious goals directed against the Church.

Wednesday, January 20, 2010

Fraud in Commemoration of Fraud

To commemorate the historic visit of His Holiness Pope Benedict XVI to the Synagogue of Rome on January 17, 2010, it is our pleasure to invite you to the public lecture

The Holocaust by Bullets

Father Patrick Desbois
President of Yahad-In Unum
Director of the French Episcopal Committee for Relations with Judaism

Monday, January 18, 2010 - 6pm
Pontifical Gregorian University - Aula Magna C021 - Piazza della Pilotta, 4 - Roma

We will be honoured by the presence of the delegation of the Chief Rabbinate of Israel as well as the Holy See’s Commission for Religious Relations with the Jewish people.

Also see:

Cardinal Jean-Pierre Ricard: Patron of Holocaustolatry

Papal-Rabbinic Fraud at the Rome Synagogue January 2010

Pope Benedict XVI at the Synagogue of Rome, January 17, 2009 with Rabbis Riccardo Di Segni and Yashuv Cohen

On January 17, 2009 Benedict XVI took center stage in a spectacular media fraud in the synagogue of Rome calculated to: 1. make Christians believe that the Pharisaic/Talmudic/Kabbalistic tradition which Jesus warned His followers to beware of (Matt. 16;12) is of God 2. yoke Catholics to the followers of that anti-God tradition 3. exalt the idol of "The Holocaust" while ostensibly warning against idolatry 4. prop up an ideology rooted in the idolatry of men, race, and State while ostensibly warning against ideologies, rooted in the idolatry of man, race, and State. This hardly addresses the complexities of the multifaceted fraud which took place in that synagogue and was broadcast across the world. The text of this fraud can be read here:

Papal Address at Synagogue of Rome

Video here:

Pictured above with Pope Benedict XVI is the Chief Rabbi of Rome, Rabbi Riccardo Di Segni who, like all Orthodox rabbis, is a peddler of the anti-Christian, racist, dual-covenant, Talmudic system of double-standards, the so called "Noahide Laws." Rabbi Di Segni also recently republished the Jesus Christ mocking, traditional Judaic tract, the "Toledoth Jeshu," under the misleading title, The Gospel of the Ghetto. With the help of many Catholic prelates and the pope himself, Rabbi DiSegni can confidently perpetrate the fraud that the "Toledoth Jeshu" is a product of Christian persecution, a lie which is refuted here:

The Ancient Origins of Blasphemous Israeli Comedy

Also pictured above with Benedict XVI is Israeli Chief Rabbinate delegate to the Holy See, Rabbi Shear Yashuv Cohen. Rabbi Yashuv Cohen is a cosigner of a joint Chief Rabbinate-Holy See document which fraudulently identifies the Talmudic "Noahide Laws" as biblical here:

Papal Commission Promotes Noahide Laws

Rabbi Shear Yashuv Cohen is a militant Zionist disciple of Rabbi Kook as documented here:

More on the Synod Rabbi

Also present but not shown in the picture above was Rabbi Papal Knight David Rosen, also a signer of the above mentioned "Noahide Law" document. One of Rabbi Rosen's anti-Gospel projects is getting Christians to have a positive view of Pharisees and Pharisaism as documented here:

Papal Rabbi-Knight David Rosen Wants to Change What Christians Believe About the Pharisees

Contrary to what the pope and the rabbis suggest, the blessings of Psalms 126 and 133 (Psalm 126 evidently chosen to make modern Zionism seem providential) do not apply to peddlers of Talmudism, Zionism, Holocaustolatry and the phony "Noahide Laws."

Beware the leaven of the Pharisees rising in Rome.

Friday, January 15, 2010

Benedict's Third Synagogue Spectacular to Feature Another Guilt Liturgy of 'The Holocaust'


(ANSA) - Vatican City, January 12 - Pope Benedict XVI's landmark visit to the Rome Synagogue next week will open with a tribute to the capital's Jews killed in the Holocaust, the Vatican press office said Tuesday. The visit will start with a homage at a memorial plaque commemorating the events of October 1943, when Nazi troops swept into Rome's Jewish ghetto and deported more than 2,000 Jews to concentration camps, the statement said. Although many Jews fled Rome prior to the troops' arrival, almost none of those deported survived. Benedict, only the second pope in history to enter the Rome Synagogue, will be greeted at the entrance to the ghetto by the respective heads of the Rome Jewish Community and the Italian Jewish Community, Riccardo Pacifici and Renzo Gattegna. He will stop to pay tribute at the Holocaust memorial and will then be welcomed at the Synagogue steps by Rome's Chief Rabbi Riccardo Di Segni, the Vatican statement said. A choir will greet the pontiff inside the building, after which the official meeting will get under way, with speeches from both sides. After leaving the building, Benedict will be taken to the gardens and Rome's Jewish Museum ... The visit has been scheduled to take place on Catholic-Jewish Dialogue Day, which this year also coincides with the Roman Jewish holiday of 'Moed di Piombo' ...

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Monday, January 4, 2010

Rabbi David Rosen Honored by QEII

Queen Elizabeth Names AJC’s Rabbi David Rosen Commander of British Empire

January 3, 2010 – New York – Rabbi David Rosen, AJC’s International Director of Interreligious Affairs, has been awarded the Commander of the British Empire (CBE) by Queen Elizabeth II in her prestigious New Years honors list.

The CBE, one of Great Britain’s highest honors, was given to Rabbi Rosen in recognition of his interfaith relations work in the Middle East, and between the UK and Israel. He is the first Orthodox rabbi to receive the CBE.

“I feel very honored,” said the British-born Rabbi Rosen from his home in Jerusalem. “It’s not just a personal tribute but to all those before me and with me who work to promote a better world through deeper understanding and cooperation between religions.”

In addition to his role at AJC, where he also serves as Director of the Heilbrunn Institute for International Interreligious Understanding, Rabbi Rosen is an Honorary Advisor on Interfaith Relations to the Chief Rabbinate of Israel. He also was a member of the permanent Bilateral Commission of the State of Israel and the Holy See that established bilateral relations between Israel and the Vatican.

In November 2005, Rabbi Rosen was named by Pope Benedict XVI a Papal Knight Commander of the Order of St. Gregory the Great for his outstanding contributions to promoting Catholic-Jewish reconciliation. It was the first time this Vatican honor was given to an Orthodox rabbi.

“All of us at AJC are delighted that the Queen has recognized Rabbi Rosen’s achievements in advancing international interfaith understanding,” said AJC Executive Director David Harris. “Wherever Rabbi Rosen travels, and he does so extensively, he engages those who aspire to a world where religion is seen as a force for good, not evil.”

Among his other path-breaking interreligious initiatives on behalf of AJC, last year Rabbi Rosen hosted at AJC headquarters in New York a major international Hindu-Jewish Summit, further deepening ties between the two faith groups. He also was key to the first visit to Israel, in 2007, of Muslim leadership from India.{E1B45621-5F1D-4BF6-A62F-134DE8C87F48}&notoc=1

also see:

Benedict Praises "Noahide Law" Commission

Religious Leaders are Playing a Game