Saturday 1 June 2019


Israeli rabbis at the Bnei David pre-army academy have been caught on video praising Hitler.

Israeli rabbis at military prep school are caught on video praising Hitler April 2019 

Not all Italians are in the Mafia; not all Jews support Hitler.

Leo Strauss.

The chief philosopher of the Jewish Nazis is said to be  Leo Strauss, 'a gay, Jewish fan of Hitler'.

Strauss believed that "those who are fit to rule are those who realize there is no morality and that there is only one natural right - the right of the superior to rule over the inferior."


Students at the Bnei David pre-army academy.

"Israeli Channel 13 aired video recordings by rabbi educators at the state-sponsored military prep-academy Bnei David in the West Bank settlement of Eli.

"The rabbis hail Hitler's Nazi racist ideology as '100% correct' ...

"Jews should be the master-race, and non-Jews the 'slaves'."

Both the Nazis and the Zionists are told to believe in a Master Race or Chosen People. The rich elite, whether Nazi or Zionist or Communist Chinese or Hindu, tend to favour 'Authoritarianism'.

In the video, rabbis praise the following:

1. Racism

2. The extermination of certain groups

3. Opposition to feminism

4. Opposition to the idea of 'turning the other cheek'.

Israeli rabbis at military prep school are caught on video praising Hitler April 2019 

There is a belief that Mein Kampf was written by Hitler's Jewish lover Emil Maurice.

There is a belief that Hitler was a pederast, and mentally unstable, and Jewish.

The top German Nazis were 'Jewish'.

Emil Maurice

There is a belief that an international cabal started the two world wars, in order to make money, create a Jewish state, strengthen the American Empire and weaken most of the empires of Europe.


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At 22 May 2019 at 03:12 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

At 22 May 2019 at 03:12 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

At 22 May 2019 at 17:17 , Blogger Greg Burton said...

History of Karaism
Karaism is the original Judaism which has existed throughout history under various names incl. Righteous, Sadducees, Boethusians, Ananites and Karaites, all of whom obeyed the Torah with no additions.

The first reference in the history of Israel to more than one sect takes place some 200 years after the close of the Biblical period, in the first century BCE. Various sources tell us of two opposing sects, the Sadducees (Zadokites) and the Pharisees. The Sadducees followed the Torah as it was written while the Pharisees believed in a second "Oral" Torah which they added to the real one. The Pharisees on the other hand believed that the interpretation of a particular teacher was divine and elevated these teachings to the level of the Torah itself.

In the early middle ages the Pharisees continued to thrive. They began to call themselves Rabbis and only used the name Pharisees when remembering historical events from the Second Temple period. In the 7th century the Islamic Empire swept the Middle-east.

The Muslims had no interest in imposing Islamic religious practice on the Jews and gave them a degree of autonomy under a system known as the Exilarchate. The Exilarchate had been founded hundreds of years before under Sassanian rule but until now only had influence in Babylonia and Persia. Overnight the Rabbanites turned from a localized Babylonian phenomenon into a political power which stretched throughout much of the Middle-east.

From the 3rd-5th centuries the Babylonian Rabbanites had developed a body of religious law known as the Babylonian Talmud which they now imposed on every Jew in the Empire.

Resistance to the Rabbinites was fierce, especially in the eastern provinces of the Empire which had never even heard of the Talmud. The historians tell us of Jewish leaders whose resistance against the Talmud put them in direct conflict with the Islamic government, which had empowered the Rabbis and given them full authority over other Jews.


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