Sunday, March 27, 2016

The collective guilt canard

The pharisaic class unceasingly scolds 'the Goyim' for making any generalized statement critical of 'Jews,' however the rabbis themselves impose a crushing collective guilt upon 'the Jews' which has no parallel in any other religious or ethnic tradition:

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Salve Festa Dies

Salve festa dies toto venerabilis aevo Qua Deus infernum vicit et astra tenet
Ecce renascentis testatur gratia mundi Omnia cum Domino dona redisse suo
Salve festa dies...
Namque triumphanti post tristia tartara Christo Undique fronde nemus gramina flore favent
Salve festa dies...
Qui crucifixus erat Deus, ecce per omnia regnat Dantque Creatori cuncta creata precem
Salve festa dies...

Hail, festal day, venerable of all ages By which God conquers hell and holds the stars
Behold, it declares grace for a reborn world All gifts have returned with their Lord.
Hail, festal day...
For indeed, after hellish sorrows, to the triumphing Christ: grove with green and buds with flower, everywhere give laud.
Hail, festal day...
The Crucified One was God, behold He reigns over all things, and all creation offers prayer to its Creator.
Hail, festal day...

Friday, March 25, 2016

Who killed Jesus?

"... in Mark, where [Jesus] says, 'Behold, we go up to Jerusalem; and the Son of man shall be delivered unto the chief priests, and unto the scribes; and they shall condemn Him to death, and shall deliver Him to the Gentiles: and they shall mock Him, and shall spit upon Him, and shall scourge Him, and shall put Him to death, and the third day He shall rise again' (Mark 10:33-34). There is no doubt, therefore, that in so speaking the Lord signified what death He should die: not that He here meant the death of the cross to be understood, but that the Jews were to deliver Him up to the Gentiles, or, in other words, to the Romans. For Pilate was a Roman, and had been sent by the Romans into Judea as governor. That, then, this saying of Jesus might be fulfilled, namely, that, being delivered up to them, He should be put to death by the Gentiles, as Jesus had foretold would happen; therefore when Pilate, who was the Roman judge, wished to hand Him back to the Jews, that they might judge Him according to their law, they refused to receive Him, saying, It is not lawful for us to put any man to death. And so the saying of Jesus was fulfilled, which He foretold concerning His death, that, being delivered up by the Jews, He should be put to death by the Gentiles: whose crime was less than that of the Jews, who sought by this method to make themselves appear averse to His being put to death, to the end that, not their innocence, but their madness might be made manifest."