24 December, 2014

The Essence of Judaism

Posted by Socrates in Jewish chosenness, Socrates, William Pierce, William Pierce Wednesday at 6:24 pm | Permanent Link

by Dr. William Pierce.


“An aspect of Judaism even more consistently emphasized in Jewish religious writings than the fascination with sex is the insistence on the Jews’ privileged status as a special people, a “chosen people.” No race, religious group, or nation has succeeded in institutionalizing the conception of its own superiority in its religious beliefs and practices to the extent the Jews have.”


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  7. 7 Responses to “The Essence of Judaism”

    1. Tim McGreen Says:

      I think at first the Hebrews worshiped many Semitic deities, invisible spirits that inhabited the air, fire, water and trees. Then they decided to worship a single tribal god whom they named YHWH and made in the image of their Tribe. This YHWH was then promoted from a tribal or national god into a “god of the universe” who chose the Jews as his special people. Finally YHWH was done away with and the Jews simply decided to worship themselves and their shekels.

    2. Sean Gruber Says:

      And that’s basically all the comparative religion any intelligent and decent White man needs. Good show, Tim.

      Merry Solstice!

    3. CW-2 Says:

      Isn’t all this ‘chosen people’ BS merely a compensatory mechanism for their own profound feelings of inadequacy?

    4. Tim McGreen Says:

      Thank you, Herr Gruber, you are too kind. A Merry Winter Solstice to you and yours! And to you the great CW-2 as well.

    5. fd Says:

      Like all the teeming tribes in the Middle East, Judaism had numerous gods and goddesses. YHWH had a consort. The essenes broke away and switched to monotheism, cold trailing a couple of Aryan religions that had already done so. Jews would have you believe they were the first to introduce monotheism. I really don’t care.

    6. Walter Says:

      To CW-2
      I dont think so. A few Intelligent people saw the benefit of such a belief system and it’s potential and what it could do for them. It has paid off very well for the Jews.

    7. CW-2 Says:

      Walter, that is an interesting point, but that strategy has only paid off very well for them because Christians were prepared to listen and believed it. The people of ancient Greece and Rome would have pissed themselves laughing if a bunch of scurvy camel traders insisted on being called ‘the chosen people’.