29 January, 2009

Genocide: It’s an Old, Jewish Thing

Posted by Socrates in Ben Gurion, Bible, genocide, genocide by jew, Hebrew bible, Israel, Israel - the facts, Israeli war crimes, jew mentality, Old Testament, Socrates, Tanakh, Torah at 7:22 pm | Permanent Link

Now that the cruel Jews have renewed their assault on Gaza – an assault which included killing zoo animals [1], let’s recall that the Jewish or Hebrew Bible (i.e., Deuteronomy and the Book of Joshua in the Old Testament and also in the Jewish tanakh) portrays the mass-killing of gentiles/non-Israelites, and their animals, as a positive thing. Here’s an Old Testament quote about the mass-killing:

“And they utterly destroyed all that was in the city, both man and woman, young and old, and ox, and sheep, and ass, with the edge of the sword.” (Joshua 6:21). The story is that Joshua, a Hebrew leader, killed large numbers of non-Hebrews/gentiles, and their livestock. Joshua’s actions are portrayed as good, and as a commandment from God [2].

Further, how ironic that it was a Jew, Raphael Lemkin, who coined the word “genocide” in a negative light. Apparently, it’s a bad thing when gentiles commit genocide but it’s ok when Jews do it while following a mitzvah, i.e., a commandment from God.

(Maybe all Israeli leaders should be called “Joshua,” e.g., David Ben-Gurion was Joshua 2, Moshe Sharret was Joshua 3, and so forth).
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[1] former U.S. president Harry Truman once noted in his diary that nobody, not even Stalin, could top the Jews for cruelty

[2] the Old Testament was written by Jews


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  7. 63 Responses to “Genocide: It’s an Old, Jewish Thing”

    1. flemmard Says:

      I don’t see what purpose it serves to quibble over HOW MANY victims were killed, as a lesser number makes it more forgiveable, even permissible. That’s a very dangerous line of thinking! (Oh, they didn’t kill a lot; only a few.) A victim is a victim, even if it’s only one. And that’s still a lot, if that victim is you!

      This is even more “dangerous” in that one could say the same about Jewish victims of WWII. Not that I would, just making you aware of it.

    2. Sri Sreggin Das, Mystic Yogi of the Kali Yuga Says:

      Father Monk:

      I feel that you and ‘Thustra are talking, and not quite making contact.

      It is as if you are both comparing apples and oranges, or talking about something that cannot RATIONALLY be quantified, but you are both talking as if it were.

      I would put forth this scenario: IF, as Spengler said, Christianity is the grandmother of Bolshevism, THEN both you and Thustra are both talking about the same family, just different members.

      ‘Thustra says that the grandmother was bloodthirsty, and you say that, No, No, it was the granddaughter.

      But the grandmother and granddaughter have the same genetics, THE SAME ORIGIN, and there is not a nickel’s worth of difference!
      (Except that the grandmother says, “There, there, Dear–just believe and do as I say, and you will live for all eternity!” ?)

      PERHAPS—they used different tactics, at different times, depending on the circumstances?

      I think this fits my paradigm.

    3. Sri Sreggin Das, Mystic Yogi of the Kali Yuga Says:

      PS–

      The hope you seem to have in the Catholic Church standing up for Europeans appears to be dead, Father Monk.

      The Pope has reversed his stand, under pressure from the usual suspects, and demanded that the reinstated Father recant his views that the Holocaust never happened.

      The Pope COULD have stood up for his employee and said that the man only doubted the gas-chamber accounts and that the man did not doubt that numbers of Jews were killed.

      But he didn’t.

      Too bad. You had me hoping.

      But please keep posting here. You are one of the more intelligent ones.

    4. gw Says:

      Sri says: “I would put forth this scenario: IF, as Spengler said, Christianity is the grandmother of Bolshevism, THEN both you and Thustra are both talking about the same family, just different members. Both have THE SAME ORIGIN, and there is not a nickel’s worth of difference!
      I think this fits my paradigm.”

      I LIKE your paradigm!

      PS. And thanks to Monk for his answer.

    5. Zarathustra Says:

      Flemmard, you are wrong. Stalin was NOT a Georgian, he was a Tatar. His family was part of a Tatar minority that lived in the Caucus region. The Georgians today do not regard Stalin as one of their own. They say he did not look or act like a Georgian, and I believe them. Stalin himself said he was an Asiatic.

      Simple Monk, would it surprise you to learn that Stalin was originally studying to be a PRIEST? He was kicked out the Seminary for his political activities. Funny how so many people who are raised in a strict, religious environment eventually become radical atheists and revolutionaries, ain’t it?

      And with all due respect, thou art are wrong when you say that one million deaths is a tragedy. Like Stalin said, one death is a tragedy. One million deaths is a STATISTIC.

    6. Zarathustra Says:

      ARE a statistic.

    7. A Simple Christian Monk-Woodworker Says:

      “Would it surprise you to learn that Stalin was originally studying to be a Priest?”

      No, Zarathustra. I am not sure what direction you are trying to take this.

      SATAN was originally an angel of light

      BIRDS were once dinosaurs (yes, the Church countenances evolution, although directed by God)

      PAUL was once a persecutor of the Church

      AUGUSTINE was once a playboy/pagan

      etc. , etc.

      Friend Zarathustra, can you not reply to my post of 3 Feb. 10:12 AM? I spent a lot of time writing it!

      Thankyou gw for your acknowledgement of my response.

      Sri Sreggin Das (interesting name–I hope you are not dyslexic!)
      thankyou for you courteous response.

      But I could quote some authority who said that communism came from the humanism of the enlightenment, but, as you said, this argument goes nowhere.

      I will be very busy for the next several months and might not be able to post. We have been put on overtime making wooden coffins. That is all I can say at present, but I am overcome with a sadness that will not abate.

      Pray for this nation!

      A temporary farewell, and blessings to all.

    8. Z.O.G. Says:

      LOL @ all the Catholics who thought that the Pope and the Catholic Church would actually stand up to the Jews.

      Hey, do you guys also believe in the Tooth Fairy?

      :-D

    9. Zarathustra Says:

      ZOG, it amazes me how you can be so spot-on about how anti-White the Catholic Church is and yet so irrational when it comes to 9/11. I don’t care if there are 75 million websites that claim 9/11 was an inside job or a MOSSAD operation, they still don’t prove anything. And yes, I’ve heard all the arguments for your side and they still come up wanting.

    10. the Watcher Says:

      Zarathustra, reply to the monk!

      Can my champion not answer the bell?

    11. Zarathustra Says:

      What? What am I supposed to say that I haven’t already stated 150 times on this site? I think my views on Christianity are rather clear.

      And am I really your champion? Gosh, that’s swell!

    12. Winston Smith Says:

      This slaughter is revolting to all men of goodwill.

      But does anyone doubt that the Palestinians would do the same to the Israelis? Or that the Shia would do it to the Sunnis?

      The cruelty of Eastern warfare has been well chronicled throughout history, whether embellished by Old Testament myths or not.

      Actually, read the old testament again. Even the other primitive people of the time and region were outraged at hideous jewish manipulation, violence and cruelty. Their supposed “persecution” has always been blowback for this-no matter which people the Jews tried to screw. I believe that Hebrew even translates from the word “Habiru” which means roughly something like “The cutthroats across the river.”

    13. -jc Says:

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CALWpLrTTgw