The Jewish Revolutionary Spirit IV


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"And the Pope (Gregory IX) said, "what is a Talmud?


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1. "Jesus (Yashu) is in Hell being boiled in hot excrement." Gittin 57a

2. "Yashu (Jesus) was sexually immoral and worshipped a brick." Sanhedrin 107b

3. "Yashu (Jesus) was cut off from the Jewish people for wickedness and refused to repent." Sotah 47a

4. "Miriam the hairdresser had sex with many men." Shabbath 104b Hebrew Edition only

5. "She was the descendant of princes and governors (the Virgin Mary) played the harlot with carpenters." Sanhedrin 106a

6. "Christians who reject the Talmud will go to Hell and be punished there for all generations." Rosh Hashanah 17a

7. "The goyim are not human they are beasts." Baba Mezia 114b

8. "If you eat with a goy it is the same as eating with a dog." Tosapoth Jebamoth 94b

9. "Even the best of the goyim should all be killed." Soferim 15

10. "Sexual between the goyim is like intercourse between animals." Sanhedrin 74b

11. "When it comes to a Gentile in peace times, one may harm him indirectly, for instance, by removing a ladder after he has fallen into a crevice." Shulkan Arukh, Yoren De 'ah, 158, Hebrew Edition only

12. If a goy (Gentile) hits a Jew he must be killed." Sanhedrin 58b

13. If a Jew finds an object lost by a goy it does not have to be returned." Baba Mezia 24a

14. "If a Jew murders a goy there is not death penalty." Sanhedrin 57a

15. "What a Jew steals for a goy he may keep." Sanhedrin 57a

16. "Jews may use subterfuges (tricks, evasive tactics) to circumvent a goy." Baba Kamma 113a

17. "All children of goyim are animals." Yebamoth 98a

18. "Girls born of goyim are in a state of 'niddah' (menstrual uncleaness) from birth." Abodah Zarah 36b

The written Talmud had been in existence for 600 years and the Catholic Church did not even know about it. So this is awful that they would have these types of blasphemies in this book and it cannot be tolerated in a Christian society. So by the instruction of the Pope the Talmud was put on trial. And if it found guilty was ordered to burn it.

And the Mendicants, (Dominicans and Franciscans) were told to devote their orders to the conversion of the Jews. This lead to writings by St. Thomas Aquinas, etc..

And, it was the most successful conversion campaign in the history of the Church. Or certainly one of them.

The Jews either converted or they left and went to Poland. In a way you could say they were forced. There was an element of coercion there. And this is one of the most tragic histories that I wrote. (E. Michael Jones)

What you saw from a theological point of view. The minute the Catholic Church understood that there was such a thing as Talmud, they worked for the conversion of the Jews. Because they understood that this is a totally wicked ideology. It is an anti-christian ideology.

To understand the crux of the matter you have to go back to Pope Alexander VI, (1492 -1503). Which most people feel is the worst pope in the history of the papacy. He was a Spaniard (Rodrigo Borgia (1431 - 1503). The Renaissance papacy was decadent. It was carnal. It was involved in the accumulation of wealth.

The reform in the church came through the Mendicant orders, the Dominicans and the Franciscans. (St. Dominic 1170 - 1221, Order Founded 1216, St. Francis of Assisi 1182 - 1226). And the great Dominican preacher at this time was Girolama Savonarola 1452 - 1498, who showed up in Florence, and denounced sodomy and usury. Just as Dante had denounced sodomy and usury in Florence two hundred years before that.

The papacy had to respond and because Savonarola hated the papacy, and because he was hoping the King of France would come in and depose the Pope. Alexander VI turned on Savonarola and basically connived in his death. He was murdered by the citizens of Florence. in 1498. I believe, (E. Michael Jones), that was the crucial turning point. The Church, the Papacy should have joined in with this reform. They should have stopped usury dead in its tracks at this point. Because they did not, the Church did not stop being corrupt. And the next time the protest came it was Luther (1483 - 1546). And this time it was not going to be a inter-church battle. Because the aristocracy saw its chance to steal Church property and to confer on Luther the status of state church in exchange. And, once that happened the Churches police power was broken. And that began the rise of Capitialism. What we call Capitalism now. Which is basically state sponsored usury.

There still was this corruption in the Papacy. There was no question about it. You also had the rise of German nationalism at this time. Remember gold is money. That is the only source of wealth. Gold is pouring out of Germany into Rome.

You also had the minor aristocracy, Ulrich von Hutton (1488 - 1523), was one of the leaders of the reformation. It is the minor aristocracy that is being frozen out of the picture by people like Jakob Fugger 1459 - 1525, the Fugger Family, the Bankers. The aristocracy is bond up with land. And you have all these guys who are paying you in bushels of grain and you need money. And you are frozen out of the money operation. And the leadership is being taken over by these banking families in Augsburg like the Fuggers. And so you are disenfranchised. And a disenfranchised aristocracy is the best revolutionary coterie you can have. And that is precisely what Ulrich von Hutton was.

So you add that to Luther's situation, which is exactly the situation of the Hussites, of monks who were carnal. A monk like Luther, a monk like Thomas Muenzer (1489 - 1525), these are monks who hated the evangelical councils. They did not want to live that way anymore. They were sick of celibacy, they were sick of fasting, all that type of stuff.

The classical world knew about usury and all of the leaders, the intellectual leaders of the classical world, whether the Hebrew writers or the Greeks, knew that it (usury) was toxic and you had to prohibit it.

"The most hated and with greatest reason, is usury, which makes a gain out of money itself and not from the natural object of it. For money was intended to be used in exchange but not increase at interest. And this term interest, which means the birth of money from money is applied to the breeding of money because the offspring resembles the parent. Wherefore of all modes of getting wealth this is the most unnatural." Aristotle 350 BC

But the empires all practiced usury. And the Roman empire was the classic instance of a usurious empire. Usury then concentrated wealth into fewer and fewer hands. It reduced workers to slaves that would work on huge agricultural operations called latifundia. And it indirectly brought about the collapse of the Roman empire.

Christianity arose to fill the gap left by the collapse of the Roman Empire. And often times they simply took over what was left of the mechanism of the Roman Empire. So "dioceses" is a word that is a Roman designation of an administration unit. And it obviously, is a Catholic designation of a unit.

But the difference was that Christianity understood the value of labor, in a way that no usury empire can. Because there are fundamentally two choices. Either you think that money can copulate, then that is all you need. Because you can put two coins together and they will copulate, and you will end up with three coins. If you do not believe that then you have to accept the premise that labor is the source of value. This is precisely what the Church did.

The people who saved civilization were the Benedictines largely. The Benedictines monasteries, and their motto was "ora et labora" (pray and work). And for the first time in human history you had a culture that honored labor. And so, for a thousand years (1,000) you had a labor based economy where the monastery would store up the values that were required by labor and concentrated them and put them to social use. This was unprecedented, and in a sense a unique period in history. Because it was a period of history where the Catholic Church had complete hegemony (leadership) over the culture, total hegemony.

This was also a period when economy exchange went out. almost ceased. And in some areas there was basically not a monetary economy. So in places like Venice, it was always a monetary economy. It never stopped being that, but in the interior of the Holy Roman Empire, you had an economy where you owed your lord labor. Or the produce of your labor.

Source: Goy Guide to World History, E. Michael Jones 11:00 - 20:45 -