Tuesday, 7 February 2017

Ashkenazi and Sephardi Chief Rabbis: "Khazar!" "North African!" "Let's agree to pretend we're genetically pure" "OK"
Last Sunday, in the Observer, the Jew Nick Cohen published a hysterical denunciation of Trump and the Alt Right's "postmodern fascistic style; a fascism with a wink in its eye and a bad-boy smirk on its face."
Journalists need to learn, if they have not learned already, that no accommodation is possible with the alt-right because its ideology and tactics preclude it from wanting an accommodation. You cannot “balance” or appease such people – you can only expose them.
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Interestingly, if you substitute the word "Jews" for "alt-right" in the preceding paragraph, the "alt-right" would probably agree, suggesting, as does so much of Jewish discourse, the psychological phenomenon known as "projection". Cohen reserved a special venom for Steve Bannon, no doubt sensing, as I have previously observed, that Bannon Knows.
He has brought Steve Bannon, a true postmodern fascist, to the centre of power. Bannon exemplifies the Nazi jurist Carl Schmitt’s sinister ideal of a political leader who unites his supporters by creating enemies for them to hate. Bannon and the alt-right have made Islam – not al-Qaeda, Islamic State, or the Shia theocrats in Tehran but all Muslims – their enemy of choice. They unite their supporters on racial lines against blacks, Jews and Latinos too. As a former journalist on his Breitbart site explained, Bannon believes “in a nutshell that western culture is inseparable from European ethnicity”.
The idea that Europeans have ethnic interests and might now seek to defend them appears to provoke the particular ire of the Jews. One cannot help but be struck by the contrast with Israel and the silence of diaspora Jews about it, as Jews there become ever more obsessive about their genetic lineage, in ways curiously reminiscent of Nazi racial purity laws.
Yael knew she would have to prove she was Jewish. But she never expected that trying to get married would turn into a nearly yearlong investigation of her family. 
In the end Yael, who asked to go by a pseudonym to protect her privacy, was barred from marrying in Israel, along with her mother and older brother. Although they had long ago immigrated to this country as Jews, their lineage did not check out with the state religious authorities. 
“Having an official Jewish wedding was always important to me,” she said. “Now I feel like a second-class citizen. It’s very upsetting to me. It’s very upsetting to my family.” 
Over the years, the Orthodox rabbis who control marriage in Israel have become increasingly stringent about checking who is a Jew. More and more marriage applicants have been sent to rabbinical courts to be vetted. And just last month, those courts claimed the authority to put marriage applicants’ families on trial, too. Anyone found not to be Jewish is added to a marriage “blacklist,” as happened to Yael and her family. 
...Because Jewishness is passed down from mother to child, the rabbinical courts bring in siblings or matrilineal relatives of marriage applicants and typically issue a ruling that applies to everyone. According to experts, this has been going on for least a decade and routinely for the past year and a half. 
...Elad Caplan, a legal consultant for ITIM, said the rabbinical courts investigate about 5,000 people for their Jewishness each year and find fewer than 10 percent not Jewish. But he estimated that most of those people are Jews, too, and simply cannot prove it. It is “outrageous,” Caplan said, that Israel demands documents that in many cases were created by countries in the throes of violent anti-Semitism. 
...Rabbi Shimon Yaakovi, an attorney who directs the Rabbinical Courts Administration, defended the Supreme Rabbinical Court’s ruling and said the rabbinical courts had to uphold Jewish law. “We can’t have someone walking around wrongly thinking he’s a Jew, and his family and friends believing it,” he said. “I understand people’s need to be part of the Jewish collective in Israel, but there are rules, and if we don’t obey the rules we undermine halacha. Judaism is not being measured by feelings.” 
...Yael said she always felt like an Israeli Jew. Her family immigrated from Belarus when she was a baby, she explained in unaccented Hebrew, and she attended public schools, observed Jewish holidays and served in the army. She even grew up hearing her maternal grandmother’s story of Holocaust survival, she said. Then, she fell in love with a nice Israeli Jewish boy and last fall agreed to marry him. 
...Over the decades, the experts said, the Chief Rabbinate’s worry about intermarriage has only grown. The checks became official policy in 2002. 
...After the rabbinical court ruled against her, Yael went her own way. She had a private modern Orthodox conversion and married her fiance in a wedding ceremony that was not sanctioned by the Chief Rabbinate, and thus against Israeli law. Still, Yael said she held out hope that the state would recognize her, and her marriage, as Jewish before the weddings of any future children.
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Notice that her feelings, her thoughts, her faith, her citizenship, even her military service, are considered irrelevant when deciding whether or not she is Jewish. Only the purity of her genetic lineage matters.

Yet these are the same people who rail against Europeans displaying any kind of ethnic consciousness whatsoever, describing them as "haters".

7 comments:

  1. "Over the years, the Orthodox rabbis who control marriage in Israel have become increasingly stringent about checking who is a Jew."

    This is another important observation. On this, Israel is basically in the 19th century. They have no separation of church and state and they are ok with it. The orthodox rabinical courts control everything connected with marriage, not the government. Their word is the law. There is no civil marriage in Israel and one can not do whatever he/she wants. Only religious marriage exists, and the only type allowed is between female jew and a male jew. No other combinations involving jews are allowed or recognized as marriage.

    For example LGBT marriage is not recognized. Interfaith marriage is not recognized either - a jew can not legally marry a non jew.

    Curiously, the jewish system is also anti-feminist system. Marriage is governed by a religious body where only jewish males can serve, and a jewish woman can not divorce without her husband's permission, called "Get". A woman can not marry her lover with whom she cheated to her former husband and if it is proved that she had childern for another man (not her husband) while married, such children are often not recognized as jews and called mamzer (son of a whore). There is even a sect where jewish women wear full burkas and no one is stopping that.

    In other words, these guys are the biggest hippocrates on the planet.

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    1. Islam is derived from Judaism. 90% of Islamic Sharia Law is said to be based upon Judaic law (halakah) from both Moslaic law and the Talmud. Robt Spencer even hinted at this but didn't pursue it (he works for the jews with Horowitz's site Jihad Watch and makes at least six figures in salary): when Mohamed is recorded for the first time as giving the order to stone adulterers (which is in the Old Testament and one should recall that Jesus Christ puts that law aside when he shames the Jewish men who would have stoned the adulteress and then tells her that He (God) does not condemn her and that she should go, and sin no more), Mohamed has listened to the words of his converts to Islam who had been Rabbis and who tell him that stoning is the law, so he orders the adulterers stoned, saying "I am the first to uphold the Law" meaning, of course, the Jewish law. Also, both Islam and Judaism specifically disadvantage women all through their laws; Britain wouldn't have its Islamic problem and Sharia Law if it had not already allowed Judaism and its Beth Din Law.

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    2. Where did Spencer discuss this? He used to link to my site then removed the link when I began to point out how Jews were acting as facilitators for islamisation.

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    3. CZ: It is in Spencer's book, The Truth About Muhammad, page 102"

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      "Departing from his earlier tendency to appeal to the Jews as the authorities on what Allah had revealed, Muhammad began to criticize them for concealing parts of that revelation. On one occasion, the Prophet of Islam challenged them over the appropriate punishment for a couple that had been accused of adultery. "What do you find in the Torah," Muhammad asked them, "about the legal punishment of Ar-Rajm (stoning)?"

      The Jews answered, "We announce their crime and lash them."

      At this point, however, Abdullah bin Salam, the former Rabbi and convert to Islam, rushed to Muhammad's aid. "You are telling a lie," Abdullah said. "Torah contains the order of Rajm." One of the Jews then began to read from the Torah, but he skipped the verse mandating stoning for adultery, covering it with his hand. {footnote: Tabari, VolVII, 86} "Lift your hand!" Abdullah cried, and, the verse duly read, Muhammad exclaimed, "Woe to you Jews! What has induced you to abandon the judgement of God which you hold in your hands?" And he asserted, "I am the first to revive the order of God and His Book and to practice it." {Footnote: Ibn Ishaq, 363}

      Muhammad ordered the couple to be stoned to death' another Muslim remembered, "I saw the man leaning over the woman to shelter her from the stones." {Footnote: Ibid, 367}

      Not only does this episode reveal the sharp distinction between Jewish and Islamic concepts of compassion, but the contrast between Muhammad's teaching and that of Jesus ("let he who is without sin cast the first stone") could not be more marked and that difference has shaped Muslim and Christian history, culture, and ideas of mercy and justice."

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    4. CZ, The quote from Spencer's book illustrates how the subject was moved from the Jews, and Muhammad's acceptance of legal judaic law as in Torah (which word also refer to the Talmud, not merely the Old Testament) to Christ's teaching which acknowledged the woman's guilt but showed mercy, gave her back her life with the order to go and sin no more. Spencer's book doesn't really deal with judaic law other than this bit; he is obviously avoiding the huge issue of the willing correlation between Judaism and Islam. Also, in that same book, he mentions, of course, Muhamad's marriage and paedophilia re Aisha and adds, (page 171): "Child marriages were common in seventh-century Arabia." Not amongst Christians, but certainly the Babylonian Talmud, which was 7th century AD, the central text of the Oral and Written Traditions by which priests and then rabbis and their teachings and decisions, Halakah, Jewish Law, were the norm, did mandate for child marriage:

      "Rabbi Joseph said, "Come and hear! A maiden aged three years and a day may be acquired in marriage by coition and if her deceased husband's brother cohabits with her, she becomes his." (Sanhedrin 55b) The Sanhedrin were the Jewish courts of justice.

      Also, when Spencer discusses the fact that "the Ayatollah Khomeini (Iranian and Moslem) himself married a ten-year old girl when he was twenty-eight..Khomeini called marriage to a prepubescent girl "a divine blessing and advised he faithful: "Do your best to ensure that your daughters do not see their first blood in your house." Spencer does not mention that this admonition is also contained in the Babylonian Talmud (I'll have to search for the actual statement, but have seen it in the past.) Spencer is avoiding the reality that the Talmud regards rabbis as themselves superior to the judaic deity and having divine knowledge.

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  2. ‘Bannon exemplifies the Nazi jurist Carl Schmitt’s sinister ideal of a political leader who unites his supporters by creating enemies for them to hate.’—Cohen

    ‘I guess that within the Jewish political universe, the indigenous population is always an enemy, whether it is in Britain, Palestine or anywhere else. Maybe this helps explain why Jewish history is a chain of countless holocausts and pogroms.’—Atzmon

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    1. ...with the holocausts and pogroms usually being inflicted upon others, from Jerusalem, the Middle East, Europe and Ukraine and Russia and possibly upcoming, the US.

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