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IF YOU EVER EVER HAD THE SLIGHTEST DOUBT OF THE EVIL AND DEMONIC NATURE OF THE  JEWS IN GENERAL -READ THIS FILTH – AND KEEP IN MIND THAT ‘WIKIPEDIA’ ( from the word Wicca which has to do with paganism witchcraft sorcery and demons) is a jew owned and created anti Christian tool – like ALL of the internet ‘cool jew features’ e.g. Face book -Yahoo – My Space – Google & more – to further the demonic Godless control of our people by of the Christ hating jews.
 
Here- these filthy Christ killers actually accuse all Christians of being anti-Semites - EVEN THE LORD – of being an anti-Semite. These putrid scum actually declare that the words of Christ are hateful lies  with their worn-out third world joke line of anti -Semitism. Only rancid jews and their shills are used to illustrate how anti-Semitic the Christian Bible is( the New Testament )   Jew have NO sense of decency decorum or respect.
 
They accuse Christ as having replaced Christians as the Chosen people rather than the jews whom Christ CLEARLY condemned as being paternal relations of Satan himself.  The ONLY entity who has “CHOSEN” these horrid jews is SATAN!  Wikipedia goes on to lie again as the jew authors mislead readers with this lie: “In the Book of John, Jesus calls certain Pharisees “children of the devil“.John 8-  44
 
“Certain Pharisees” MY ASS!  The Bible made it quite plain and quite clear that Christ was addressing the jewish people PERIOD!  the EXACT same jews whose mobs screamed for His murder by crucifixion More lies: “Jesus says, speaking to a group of Pharisees:”  The footnotes in the authorized King James Version  say of this and I quote: “ That this SATANIC FATHERHOOD cannot be limited to the Pharisees is made clear in 1 John 3 – 8-10″
 
The jew apologists of jew WICKEDpedia continue their distortion and twisting of the Gospels as they  say : “it was all too easily read as an anti-Jewish polemic and became a tool of anti-Semitism.”   More libelous slander.
 
Now read this Christ mocking filth:  “It is because of this controversy that some modern English translations, such as Today’s New International Version, remove the term “Jews” and replace it with more specific terms to avoid anti-Semitic connotations. For example, the Jesus Seminartranslates this as “Judeans”, I.e. residents of Judea, in contrast to residents of Galilee. Most critics of these translations, while conceding this point, argue that the context (since it is obvious that Jesus, John himself, and the other disciples were all Jews) makes John’s true meaning sufficiently clear, and that a literal translation is preferred”
 
Let me translate that crypto jew filth: ( we jews must destroy or revise the entire New Testament because the TRUTH of the word of God will destroy us sooner or later)
 
Lies upon lies upon lies – First of all – Jesus was NOT a Jew.  That is blasphemy.  See the reference to the jew approved sanitized jew friendly = Today New International; Version  (gotta avoid those ugly facts about the stinking demonic jews)
 
But it gets even worse with MORE Zionist Jew cheerleaders for ‘WICKED pedia’ .  Check out this jew Christ Killer useful idiot apologist jew doublespeak filth: 
 
The Gospel of John has the dubious distinction of being both the most popular Gospel (considered the most “spiritual” of the canonical Gospels) and the most anti-Jewish. The term “the Jews” (Ioudaios) in the Gospel functions as a “hostile collective stereotype” and is identified with “evil” and the “devil.” Yet the Gospel of John is intimately connected with Judaism. Jesus is thoroughly Jewish in this Gospel. His life revolves around theJewish festivals, and his identity as the Messiah is confirmed by the Jewish scriptures. According to John 20:31, the book was written so “that you may come to believe that Jesus is the Messiah, the Son of God.” Christology, therefore, is the key to understanding both the theology of the Gospel and its strained relationship with the larger Pharisaic Jewish tradition.”
 
Anti Jewish?  How about anti demonic sons of Satan filthy jews?  OH but as you see, these filthy kikes use nothing but anti -Christian pro-jew sons of the Devil bastards for references. They have  50 million of those pasty obese pig faced BaptDUH ziobots to help libel and slander our Lord - as they worship Satan.
 
As their grand finale these filthy gutter scum enlist the services of the now apostate Catholic Church and jew compromised modern jew loving Christ mocking Popes Like false Pope Paul VII - to bolster their lies and take Christian belief to the trash heap.  Ratsinger the most despickable Christian sell out since Judas – has finished the job of destroying the Church.
 
Notice they would not DARE quote TRUE Men of the faith like : Pope  Sylvester 1 – or Pope Gregory 1 – or Pope Gregory VIII – or Pope Gregory IX – or Pope Benedict XII – or Pope Julius III – or Pope Paul IV – or Pope  PIUS IV – or Pope PIUS V – or Pope Gregory VIII – or Pope Clement VIII – or Pope Alexander VIII – or Pope Benedict XIV – or Pope PIUS VII- or Pope  Pope Benedict XV or many more decent REAL Christians who kept these filthy Christ killers in their place where the belonged – under slimy rocks - before they joined their demonic father in HELL! 
 
Read what THESE REAL MEN OF GOD had to say about the wicked demonic nature of the horrid murderous jews.
 
A last insult to Christ and all who love Him is this  ULTIMATE mendacity written by a jew demon apologist Christ mocking filth – one of the ultimate  OVER THE TOP blasphemies even for a jew site to use as a legitimate quote:
 
Daniel Goldhagen, former Associate Professor of Political Science at Harvard University, also suggested in his book A Moral Reckoning that theRoman Catholic Church should change its doctrine and the accepted Biblical canon to excise statements he labels as anti-Semitic, to indicate that
“The Jews’ way to God is as legitimate as the Christian way”
 
 Just let that putrid garbage describing the world’s most wicked lying murderous  people sink in for a moment
 
   Thank you jews at WICKED pedia for so cruelly mocking my most sacred beliefs and slandering our Lord!
 
    The actual text of their lying filth follows ===             BURN IN HELL  – YOU  STINKING  SONS OF SATAN!
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It is argued[who?] that the New Testament contributed toward subsequent antisemitism in the Christian community.[1] A. Roy Eckardt has asserted that the foundation of antisemitism and responsibility for the Holocaust lies ultimately in the New Testament.[2]

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[edit] The New Testament and Christian antisemitism

A. Roy Eckardt, a pioneer in the field of Jewish-Christian relations,[3] asserted that the foundation of antisemitism and responsibility for the Holocaustlies ultimately in the New Testament.[4] Eckardt insisted that Christian repentance must include a reexamination of basic theological attitudes toward Jews and the New Testament in order to deal effectively with antisemitism.[5]

According to Rabbi Michael J. Cook, Professor of Intertestamental and Early Christian Literature at the Hebrew Union College, there are ten themes in the New Testament that are the greatest sources of anxiety for Jews concerning Christian antisemitism.[citation needed]

  1. The Jews are culpable for crucifying Jesus - as such they are guilty of deicide
  2. The tribulations of the Jewish people throughout history constitute God’s punishment of them for killing Jesus
  3. Jesus originally came to preach only to the Jews, but when they rejected him, he abandoned them for gentiles instead
  4. The Children of Israel were God’s original chosen people by virtue of an ancient covenant, but by rejecting Jesus they forfeited their chosenness – and now, by virtue of a New Covenant (or “testament”), Christians have replaced the Jews as God’s chosen people, the Church having become the “People of God.”
  5. The Jewish Bible (the so-called “Old Testament“) repeatedly portrays the opaqueness and stubbornness of the Jewish people and their disloyalty to God.
  6. The Jewish Bible contains many predictions of the coming of Jesus as the Messiah (or “Christ”), yet the Jews are blind to the meaning of their own Bible.
  7. By the time of Jesus’ ministry, Judaism had ceased to be a living faith.
  8. Judaism’s essence is a restrictive and burdensome legalism.
  9. Christianity emphasizes excessive love, while Judaism maintains a balance of justiceGod of wrath and love of peace.[6]
  10. Judaism’s oppressiveness reflects the disposition of Jesus’ opponents called “Pharisees” (predecessors of the “rabbis“), who in their teachings and behavior were hypocrites (see Woes of the Pharisees).

Cook believes that both contemporary Jews and contemporary Christians need to reexamine the history of early Christianity, and the transformation of Christianity from a Jewish sect consisting of followers of a Jewish Jesus, to a separate religion often dependent on the tolerance of Rome while proselytizing among Gentiles loyal to the Roman empire, to understand how the story of Jesus came to be recast in an anti-Jewish form as theGospels took their final form.[7]

Some scholars assert that critical verses in the New Testament have been used to incite prejudice and violence against Jewish people. ProfessorLillian C. Freudmann, author of Antisemitism in the New Testament (University Press of America, 1994) has published a study of such verses and the effects that they have had in the Christian community throughout history.[need quotation to verify] Similar studies have been made by both Christian and Jewish scholars, including, Professors Clark Williamsom[need quotation to verify] (Christian Theological Seminary), Hyam Maccoby[need quotation to verify] (The Leo Baeck Institute), Norman A. Beck (Texas Lutheran College),[need quotation to verify] and Michael Berenbaum[need quotation to verify](Georgetown University).

[edit] Jewish-Christian conflict in the New Testament

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There are some verses in the New Testament that describe Jews in a positive way, attributing to them salvation[John 4:22] or divine love.[Romans 11:28]In the story of the crucifixion, meanwhile, Jews prompt Jesus‘ execution and say “His blood be on us, and on our children”, [Matthew 27:25] referred to as the blood curse. In the Book of John, Jesus calls certain Pharisees “children of the devil“.[John 8:44]

[edit] Gospel of Mark

According to the New Testament, Jesus’ crucifixion was authorized by Roman authorities at the insistence of leading Jews (Judeans) from theSanhedrin.[Mark 15:1-15]

Paul H. Jones writes:[8]

Although Mark depicts all of the Jewish groups united in their opposition to Jesus, his passion narratives are not “overtly” anti-Jewish, since they can be interpreted as falling within the range of “acceptable” intra-Jewish disputes. To some readers, the “cleansing of the Temple” scene (11:15-19) framed by the “withered fig tree” pericopes confirms God’s judgment against the Jews and their Temple. Most likely, however, the story explains for this small sect of Jesus followers that survived the Roman-Jewish War why God permitted the destruction of the Temple. It is an in-house interpretation and, therefore, not anti-Jewish. Likewise, the parable of the vineyard (12:1-12), by which the traditional allegorical interpretation casts the tenants as the Jews, the murdered heir as Jesus, and the owner as God, must be set within the context of an intra-Jewish dispute.

The New Testament records that Jesus’ disciple Judas Iscariot,[Mark 14:43-46] the Roman governor Pontius Pilate along with Roman forces[John 19:11][Acts 4:27] and the leaders and people of Jerusalem were (to varying degrees) responsible for the death of Jesus.[Acts 13:27-28]

[edit] Gospel of Matthew

Main article: Rejection of Jesus

Although the Gospel of Matthew is considered to be the “most Jewish”[citation needed] of the Gospels, it contains one of the most anti-Jewish passages found in the New Testament. Probably located in Syrian Antioch, the Matthean community defined itself over and against thesynagogue.[citation needed]

Thus, the term “Jews” in the Gospel is applied to those who deny the resurrection and believe that the disciples stole Jesus’s corpse.[Matthew 28:13-15] Through Jesus, membership in the one people of God is extended to include the gentiles,[Matt 24:14][Matt 28:16-20] but they do not replace the Jews.[Matt 4:18-13:58] Both Jew and gentile participate in God’s plan for salvation.[9]

As Matthew’s narrative marches toward the passion, the anti-Jewish rhetoric increases. In chapter 21, the parable of the vineyard is followed by the great “stone” text, an early christological midrash of Psalm 118:22-23: “The stone that the builders rejected has become the cornerstone”.[Matt 21:42]Then, in chapters 23 and 24, three successive hostile pericopes are recorded. First, a series of “woes” are pronounced against the Pharisees:

“you testify against yourselves that you are descendants of those who murdered the prophets…You snakes, you brood of vipers! How can you escape being sentenced to hell?”

According to the New Testament Gospels, Jesus, on his fateful entry into Jerusalem before Passover, was received by a great crowd of people. Jesus was arrested and tried by the Sanhedrin. After the trial, Jesus was handed over to Pontius Pilate, who duly tried him again and, at the urging of the people, had him crucified.

Then, Jesus laments over the capital: “Jerusalem, Jerusalem, the city that kills the prophets and stones those who are sent to it…See, your house is left to you, desolate” (23:37-38). And finally, Jesus predicts the demise of the Temple: “Truly I tell you, not one stone will be left here upon another; all will be thrown down” (24:2b).[10]

The culmination of this rhetoric, and arguably the one verse that has caused more Jewish suffering than any other second Testament passage, is the uniquely Matthean attribution to the Jewish people: “His [Jesus's] blood be on us and on our children!” (27:25). This so-called “blood guilt” text has been interpreted to mean that “all Jews, of Jesus’ time and forever afterward, accept the responsibility and blame for Jesus’ death.” The one time that the passion narratives break away from the method of “prophecy historicized” is when the Gospels assert Jewish responsibility and Roman innocence. Thus, Matthew “invented” this verse to address the fate of Jerusalem as just punishment for its rejection of Jesus.[11]

Shelly Matthews writes:[12]

“In Matthew, as in many books of the New Testament, the idea that Christ followers are persecuted is pervasive. Blessings are pronounced on those who are persecuted for righteousness sake in the Sermon on the Mount; the woes against the Pharisees in Matthew 23 culminate in predictions that they will “kill and crucify, flog in synagogues, and pursue from town to town;” the parable of the banquet in Matthew 22 implies that servants of the king will be killed by those to whom they are sent.”

The pervasiveness of the accusation that Jews persecute, kill or intend to kill Christ believers in Matthew is accompanied by a dearth of specifics regarding the charges, the motives, the causes, and the specific agents of the persecution.

Douglas Hare noted that the Gospel of Matthew avoids sociological explanations for persecution:[13]

“Only the theological cause, the obduracy of Israel is of interest to the author. Nor is the mystery of Israel’s sin probed, whether in terms of dualistic categories or in terms of predestinarianism. Israel’s sin is a fact of history which requires no explanation.”

[edit] Gospel of John

The Gospel of John collectively describes the enemies of Jesus as “the Jews”. In none of the other gospels do “the Jews” demand, en masse, the death of Jesus; instead, the plot to put him to death is always presented as coming from a small group of priests and rulers, the Sadducees. John’s gospel is thus the primary source of the image of “the Jews” acting collectively as the enemy of Jesus, which later became fixed in the Christian mind.[14]

For example, in John 7:1-9[15] Jesus moves around in Galilee but avoids Judea, because “the Jews” were looking for a chance to kill him. In 7:12-13some said “he is a good man” whereas others said he deceives the people, but these were all “whispers”, no one would speak publicly for “fear of the Jews”. Jewish rejection is also recorded in 7:45-528:39-5910:22-42, and 12:36-43. 12:42 says many did believe, but they kept it private, for fear the Pharisees would exclude them from the Synagogue. After the crucifixion, 20:19 has the disciples hiding behind locked doors, “for fear of the Jews”.

In several places John’s gospel also associates “the Jews” with darkness and with the devil. In John 8:37-39;[16] 44-47,[17] Jesus says, speaking to a group of Pharisees:

“I know that you are descendants of Abraham; yet you seek to kill me, because my word finds no place in you. I speak of what I have seen with my Father, and you do what you have heard from your father. They answered him, “Abraham is our father.” Jesus said to them, “If you were Abraham’s children, you would do what Abraham did. … You are of your father the devil, and your will is to do your father’s desires. He was a murderer from the beginning, and has nothing to do with the truth, because there is no truth in him. When he lies, he speaks according to his own nature, for he is a liar and the father of lies. But, because I tell the truth, you do not believe me. Which of you convicts me of sin? If I tell the truth, why do you not believe me? He who is of God hears the words of God; the reason why you do not hear them is you are not of God.”

This laid the groundwork for centuries of Christian characterization of Jews as agents of the devil.

John’s use of the term ‘Jews’ is a complex and debated area of biblical scholarship. The author most likely considered himself Jewish and was probably speaking to a largely Jewish community.[18] New Testament scholar J.G. Dunn writes:

“The Fourth Evangelist is still operating within a context of intra-Jewish factional dispute, although the boundaries and definitions themselves are part of that dispute. It is clear beyond doubt that once the Fourth Gospel is removed from that context, and the constraints of that context, it was all too easily read as an anti-Jewish polemic and became a tool of anti-semitism. But it is highly questionable whether the Fourth Evangelist himself can fairly be indicted for either anti-Judaism or anti-semitism.”[19]

It is because of this controversy that some modern English translations, such as Today’s New International Version, remove the term “Jews” and replace it with more specific terms to avoid anti-Semitic connotations. For example, the Jesus Seminar translates this as “Judeans”, i.e. residents ofJudea, in contrast to residents of Galilee. Most critics of these translations, while conceding this point, argue that the context (since it is obvious that Jesus, John himself, and the other disciples were all Jews) makes John’s true meaning sufficiently clear, and that a literal translation is preferred.[citation needed]

Paul Jones writes:

“The Gospel of John has the dubious distinction of being both the most popular Gospel (considered the most “spiritual” of the canonical Gospels) and the most anti-Jewish. The term “the Jews” (Ioudaios) in the Gospel functions as a “hostile collective stereotype” and is identified with “evil” and the “devil.” Yet the Gospel of John is intimately connected with Judaism. Jesus is thoroughly Jewish in this Gospel. His life revolves around the Jewish festivals, and his identity as the Messiah is confirmed by the Jewish scriptures. According to John 20:31, the book was written so “that you may come to believe that Jesus is the Messiah, the Son of God.” Christology, therefore, is the key to understanding both the theology of the Gospel and its strained relationship with the larger Pharisaic Jewish tradition.”[citation needed]

Some critics suggest that the text displays a shift in blame away from the Roman provincial government, which actually carried out the execution, towards the Jewish authorities, with the intention of rendering Christianity more palatable in Roman circles.[citation needed]

[edit] Later commentary

Successive generations of Christians read in the Gospel of John the collective guilt of Jews, universally and in all generations, in the death of Christ. John’s use of the collective expression “the Jews” is likely explained by the historical circumstances in which and audience for which he wrote. After the destruction of the Temple in the year 70, the Jewish priesthood, and thus the class of the Sadducees, no longer existed. As John wrote his Gospel after these events, for a Gentile audience, he spoke generically of Jews, rather than specifying a group within Judaism that no longer existed and that would have been unfamiliar to his readers.[20]

Most commentators consider that Jesus’ statements refer to the specific group of Pharisees he was addressing, or possibly the Pharisaic movement as a whole, but not to the Jewish people as a whole, which would have included Jesus and all his followers. On the other hand, some retort thatRabbinic Judaism is the heir of the Pharisees and that the verse should still be considered an attack on Judaism as a whole.

It has been argued[who?] that John’s descriptions of the Jews ought to be read in context of the persecution of Christians in the New Testament. John is commonly thought to be the “last apostle”, given that eleven of the twelve original apostles met a martyr’s death, having been killed in unusual circumstances. Stephen is executed by stoning.[21] Before his conversion, Saul (who later became better known as Paul of Tarsus) puts followers of Jesus in prison.[22][23][24] After his conversion, Saul is whipped at various times by Jewish authorities,[25] and is accused by Jewish authorities before Roman courts.[26]

[edit] Christian responses to the New Testament material

The Catholic Church already denounced antisemitic views held by Christians in the past with a series of statements beginning in 1937 (cf. Mit Brennender Sorge of Pope Pius XI). In the decree Nostra AetatePope Paul VI in Council declared that:

  • “The Church believes that by His cross Christ, Our Peace, reconciled Jews and Gentiles, making both one in Himself”.
  • “God holds the Jews most dear for the sake of their Fathers; He does not repent of the gifts He makes or of the calls He issues”.
  • “the death of Christ … cannot be charged against all the Jews, without distinction, then alive, nor against the Jews of today”.
  • “the Jews should not be presented as rejected or accursed by God, as if this followed from the Holy Scriptures”.
  • “the Church … decries hatred, persecutions, displays of anti-Semitism, directed against Jews at any time and by anyone”.

Norman Beck, professor of theology and classical languages at Texas Lutheran University, has proposed that Christian lectionaries remove what he calls “… the specific texts identified as most problematic …”.[27] Beck identifies what he deems to be offensive passages in the New Testament and indicates the instances in which these texts or portions thereof are included in major lectionary series.

Daniel Goldhagen, former Associate Professor of Political Science at Harvard University, also suggested in his book A Moral Reckoning that theRoman Catholic Church should change its doctrine and the accepted Biblical canon to excise statements he labels as antisemitic, to indicate that “The Jews’ way to God is as legitimate as the Christian way”.[28]

[edit] See also

[edit] Further reading

  • Eckhardt, A. Roy. Elder and Younger Brothers: The Encounter of Jews and Christians, Schocken Books (1973)
  • Eckhardt, A. Roy. Your People, My People: The Meeting of Christians & Jews, Crown Publishing Group (1974); ISBN 0-8129-0412-5
  • Freudmann, Lillian C. Antisemitism in the New Testament, University Press of America (1994); ISBN 0-8191-9295-3
  • Kee, Howard Clark and Borowsky, Irvin J., Removing the Anti-Judaism from the New Testament, American Interfaith Institute, Philadelphia, PA

[edit] References ( MY commentnote, ALL of these are jews or jew shill apologists)

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  1. ^ J.G.Dunn. The Question of Anti-Semitism in the New Testament Writings of the Period. Jews and Christians: the parting of the ways, CE 70 to 135. Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing, 1999. Page 179. ‘The challenge thus posed to Christian NT scholars in particular cannot therefore be ducked… The question we must face, then, is whether such attitudes are already inseparable from the scriptures on which they were based. … in terms of the present inquiry, Does the attitude to Jews in the post-70 NT documents indicate that the final breach, the decisive parting of the ways between Christianity and (rabbinic) Judaism, has already happened?’
  2. ^ Eckardt, A. Roy. Elder and Younger Brothers
  3. ^ In Memoriam: Professor A. Roy Eckardt Holocaust and Genocide Studies 1998 12(3):519
  4. ^ Eckardt, A. Roy. Elder and Younger Brothers
  5. ^ Eckardt, A. Roy. Your People, My People
  6. ^ based on mishna avot “on three pillars the world stands..”
  7. ^ Michael Cook 2008 Modern Jews Engage the New Testament
  8. ^ “FROM INTRA-JEWISH POLEMICS TO PERSECUTION: The Christian formation of the Jew as religious other” (– Scholar search).Encounter. Sprint 2006. http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_qa4044/is_200604/ai_n16452274/pg_1. Retrieved 2007-06-30. [dead link]
  9. ^ Paul Jones
  10. ^ Ibid
  11. ^ Ibid
  12. ^ Shelly Matthews. “Violence in Matthew: The Question of Text and Reality”Archived from the original on 9 June 2007.http://www.class.uidaho.edu/jcanders/Matthew/shelly_matthews.htm. Retrieved 2007-06-06. 
  13. ^ Douglas Hare. (1967). The Theme of Jewish Persecution of Christians in the Gospel According to St. Matthew. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. pp. 145. 
  14. ^ Is John’s Gospel antisemitic?
  15. ^ 7:1-9
  16. ^ John 8:37-39
  17. ^ John 8:44-47
  18. ^ Anti-Semitism and the Gospel of John
  19. ^ J.G.Dunn. The Question of Anti-Semitism in the New Testament Writings of the Period. Jews and Christians: the parting of the ways, CE 70 to 135. Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing, 1999. Page 209.
  20. ^ Is the Gospel of John Anti-Semitic?
  21. ^ (Acts 7:58)
  22. ^ (Acts 8:3
  23. ^ Galatians 1:13-14
  24. ^ 1 Timothy 1:13)
  25. ^ (2 Corinthians 11:24)
  26. ^ Acts 25:6-7)
  27. ^ Beck, Norman. “Removing Anti-Jewish Polemic from our Christian Lectionaries: A Proposal by Prof. Norman A. Beck”.http://www.jcrelations.net/en/displayItem.php?id=737. Retrieved 2007-07-18. 
  28. ^ Riebling, Mark (January 27, 2003). “Jesus, Jews, and the Shoah”National Review. Archived from the original on February 8, 2007.http://web.archive.org/web/20070208063622/http://www.findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_m1282/is_1_55/ai_96403717. Retrieved January 5, 2008. 

My name is Joe Cortina. I was a 60s Green Beret commander and a representative for IBM as well as a scientist for Honeywell Aerospace in Florida. I later became President of my own manufacturing company. I have two sons and 2 granddaughters who are the reason for my dedication to expose the threats to the freedoms I hope to see them enjoy as I did many decades ago when America was still a Christian-based sovereign nation free of Zionist influence.

Book Of John Chapter 8 – as Christ damns the Jews ( and NOT JUST THE HIGH PRIESTS AND Pharisees – see notes below)

” Ye do the deeds of your father (the devil). If God were your father. ye would love me; for I proceed forth and came from God: neither came I of myself, but He sent me.”

” Ye are of your father the devil and the lusts of your father ye will do. He was a murderer from the beginning and abode not in the truth, because there is no truth in him. When he speaketh a lie – he speaketh of his own; ( the Jews) for he is a liar, and the father of it”

“That this SATANIC FATHERHOOD cannot be limited to the Pharisees is MADE CLEAR in 1 John 3;8-10″

Matthew 23:15″ Woe to you, teachers of the law and Pharisees, you hypocrites! You travel over land and sea to win a single convert, and when he becomes one, you make him twice as much a son of hell as you are.

“You serpents, you generation of vipers, how can you escape the damnation of hell?” (Jesus – to the Jews; in Matthew 23:33)

“My opinion of Christian Zionists? They’re scum. But don’t tell them that. We need all the useful idiots we can get right now.” — Benyamin Netanyahu, at the time a former IsraHELL prime minister

“There is no flag large enough to cover the shame of killing innocent people”

10 Comments

    • maria fernanda sandoval
    • Posted September 22, 2012 at 3:49 pm
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    Sorry, i don’t speak english, but i use google traductor, i agree with you! Congratulations.

  1. Khazar proselytes to talmudic Judaism are not Israelites.

    http://www.israelect.com/reference/Willie-Martin/was_index.html

    Truth doesn’t take a holiday on account of “Jewish” lies.

    The Old Testament is not the Talmud, and the children of Israel were not commanded to worship the Toe of Ra.

    http://www.biblestudysite.com/factsarefacts.htm

    The Talmudic terrorists hate Jesus & Truth as a “Religion”.

    That’s why the Zionazi so-called “Govt” has a Criminal Justice system…

    Mocking the braindeadgoy is the basis for ADVERTISING.

    There were never any so-called “Jews” in the Old Testament.

    • scsmith2
    • Posted September 22, 2012 at 11:38 pm
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    Isn’t it amazing how much commentary you will find on “anti-Semitism” (sic) in the New Testament, but not a single word about anti-Christian writings in the Babylonian Talmud? If anyone wants to examine the reasons WHY “anti-Semitism” exists, the best possible source is the Talmud. But the Jews don’t want you to know about that. All they want you to know is that Christians have always hated Jews for some stupid, unknown reason. A search of this article for the word “Talmud” turns up 0 hits. So Jews perpetuate the myth that they are poor, misunderstood, unjustly persecuted people. And, because less than 1% of Christians have ever even heard of the Talmud, much less understand its significance in this whole debate, they end up agreeing with the Jews, and Jewish power just continues to grow totally unchecked.

    • scsmith2
    • Posted September 22, 2012 at 11:46 pm
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    I highly recommend the following article. It makes crystal-clear that there is a HUGE distinction between the “Jews” of the Old Testament, and the Israelites. Most people confuse these two terms, though, and that in itself may be the primary thing that is keeping Christian America from forming lynch mobs against the Jews.

    http://www.anglo-saxonisrael.com/content/jesus-was-not-jew

    • Xpistos anestis
    • Posted September 27, 2012 at 8:08 am
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    Thank you joe cortina, thank you, you have illuminated my life, I stand by you, I am ready to die for my beautiful Christian children, I have no war experience, but the children are my only concern, I have nothing else, I am ready to kill dirty j$&@sh scum, I want to save my beautiful Christian children, and I am ready to go to war

    • Xpistos anestis
    • Posted September 27, 2012 at 8:24 am
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    Fuck it I will be blunt, I am ready to fight to the death for our children, Jesus Christ is my god, and I will sacrifice all I have, fuck the Jews and all their wailings, fuck their cries of ANTISEMETISM fuck them all! We are stronger than they will ever be, they can cry in all their perverted beliefs, but we Christians will win, Fuck the jews, my role is laid out for me, fight the Fukn Jews, save our beautiful Christian Children, and save Christianity

    • Xpistos anestis
    • Posted September 27, 2012 at 10:19 am
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    I have been following your writings for quite some time, as well as others such as eustace Mullins, banjo billy, Ezra pound, etc. and only now, thanx to your bravery, have I been able to express my feelings. I will be honest with you, I am scared of the Jew scum pervading life as we know it, but my honour and love for the Christian children out-weighs my fear. I pledge my life, all I have, to serving my God, my children, my beautiful Christian heritage. I have nothing else to live for. Thank you Joe Cortina, thank you for giving me strength.

  2. Sir – I need your postal address to send to you some information.
    You should know that the entire Christian world had only one bible for 1,200 years until it was rewritten at the behest of a pervert British king who could not find enough Christians to do the rewrite so he used anti-Christians and he left out seven entire books that had been there all that time.
    I recommend to you and your readers the book, The Talmud Unmasked by Fr. I.B. Pranaitis, who got a bullet in the back of the head from the Bolsheviks for his translation.
    Also, Barbarians Inside the Gates: The Black Book of Bolshevism by Col. deGrand Pre and Defensive Racism by Edgar J. Steele.

    de oppresso liber (the American taxpayer),
    frank, Cpt. U.S.A. (SF) ret.

  3. We need organization if we are going to fight them and WIN! What is needed mostly is to overcome all the brainwashing done to our police and military about the Jews. They need to understand first and foremost that they are taking orders from Satan himself. Why more of them can’t see that I’ll never know, but I’m not a captive audience like they are. If the people with all the guns and weapons can ever understand what the Jews are and have always been about, it’s game over for them. Reaching them is difficult though, what with “Homeland Security” having a liaison in every police department, and the military being virtually impenetrable by civilians. I’d like to see more thought and attention devoted to these matters.

    • john
    • Posted March 9, 2013 at 3:21 am
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    do you really believe in god?

    how do you know hes real?


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