19 November, 2009

Studying Hate – But Which Hate?

Posted by Socrates in 'hate', 'hate' haters, jewed culture, jewed education system, Jewish chosenness, Jewish deceit, jewish hate & hypocrisy, Jewish racism, Jewish Tyranny, Jews-as-godlike, judaism, Socrates at 3:31 pm | Permanent Link

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Are they going to examine why the Jews invented organized hate – in other words, why the Jews invented bigotry-as-official-doctrine? Of course, the examination of that topic would be called “hate,” so there’s a dilemma: how would one study the Jewish origins of hate without being called a “hater”? Oy veh!

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  7. 10 Responses to “Studying Hate – But Which Hate?”

    1. Tim McGreen Says:

      I’ll wager that editorial cartoon came from some newspaper in the Mohammedan world. Such a cartoon would never be published in our Western “free” press. Yet the Jews and their goy stooges keep telling us how un-free the people in Mohammedan lands are.

    2. exalted grand-master oberführer double diamond jim! Says:

      “posts” are being ‘censored’ here again….wtf “gives”?

    3. Mark Says:

      The Bible mandates hate. Commands hate of sinners.

      2. The Bible is without reservation in its condemnation of homosexuality . . . „If a man also lie with mankind . . . they shall be put to death.‰ (Lev. 20:13) . . . This is certainly clear enough and there is not a single text in all of the New Testament to indicate that this penalty has been altered or removed. . . (pp 422-25). . . We find that St. Paul far from setting aside the law and its penalties appeals to the death penalty against homo-sexuals as an established and continuing fact. (Rom 1:32) (p735) [R.J. Rushdoony, The Institutes of Biblical Law]

      7. The ‘civil rights’ revolutionary groups are a case in point. Their goal is not equality but power. The background of Negro culture is African and magic, and the purposes of magic are control and power. . . Voodoo or magic was the religion and life of American Negroes. Voodoo songs underlie jazz, and old voodoo, with its power goal, has been merely replaced with revolutionary voodoo, a modernized power drive.” (p. 61) [R.J. Rushdoony, The Institutes of Biblical Law]

      8. Segregation or separation is thus a basic principle of Biblical law with respect to religion and morality. Every attempt to destroy this principle is an effort to reduce society to its lowest common denominator. Toleration is the excuse under which this levelling is undertaken, but the concept of toleration conceals a radical intolerance. In the name of toleration, the believer is asked to associate on a common level of total acceptance with the atheist, the pervert, the criminal, and the adherents of other religions as though no differences existed. [R.J. Rushdoony, The Institutes of Biblical Law (Nutley, NJ: Craig Press, 1973), p. 294]

      9. Biblical law permits voluntary slavery because it recognizes that some people are not able to maintain a position of independence . . . The law is humane and also unsentimental. It recognizes that some people are by nature slaves and will always be so. (pp. 286, 251) [R.J. Rushdoony, The Institutes of Biblical Law]

    4. Ein Says:

      “I’ll wager that editorial cartoon came from some newspaper in the Mohammedan world.”

      Probably not … because it wouldn’t be spelled in English. It would be in Arabic. I’ll agree that it wouldn’t be published here though, not in the MSM. No way.

    5. Ein Says:

      Who is this lunatic, Rushdoony, that you’re quoting? Given the Arabic name, he sounds more like an authority on the Koran to me. And his draconian interpretations are much more Koranic too. If I had to, I would just as soon be a fanatical Moslem as a fanatical Christian. What’s the difference?

      And who in their right mind would ever give themselves into “voluntary slavery”? The very notion is a contradiction in terms. Let’s get real here and stop trying to justify slavery. That battle is long over, and it was lost.

    6. Tim McGreen Says:

      Ein, you know darn well that those Arabic, Indonesian, Turkish and Persian newpapers have English-language versions! In fact, many of those Mohammedans speak better English than what I hear being spoken around here!

    7. Tim McGreen Says:

      “around here”, as in the place where I live. It seems everyone who’s got a thick RI or Boston accent is a real asshole. Why is that?

    8. Ein Says:

      “Ein, you know darn well that those Arabic, Indonesian, Turkish and Persian newpapers have English-language versions!”

      Yes, I nderstand that, Tim. But in this case, the word “HATE” is built right into the wall, it wasn’t just a subscript. They would have to change the whole cartoon.

      Oh, well, maybe they did. It wouldn’t be impossible.

    9. Blackshirt Says:

      ““around here”, as in the place where I live. It seems everyone who’s got a thick RI or Boston accent is a real asshole. Why is that?”

      As a transplant into New England I’ve wondered that myself. I think people who live in RI and Mass who are from tough, low class neighborhoods are the most likely to have the accent. As a result they are used to being rude and mean just to survive, hence the asshole attitude. I notice that people who live in the high class areas around Boston and RI have little or no accent.

    10. Tim McGreen Says:

      Well said, Blackshirt…I once knew a real cute White Portugese-American girl from New Bedford who was raised in that kind of tough, working class environment (New Bedford is a pretty rough town). She was a real potty-mouth, all right. And a hot-head! But that’s how a lot of blue-collar types around here are raised to be. Can you tell I’m still crazy about her?