Sunday, November 9, 2014

the halcyon days of Talmudic Jewish - Catholic relations

Rabbi Burton Visotzky on the 
Resignation of Pope Benedict XVI

Do you miss kosher Benedict XVI yet?


  1. Sounds like SSPX/Fellay who accept 95% of VCII... amazing how Jews can call Jesus Christ a bastard, criticize the pope and the church, ask for prayers to be changed, but they have their own private covenant according to VCII and they are 'friends'!

    1. The man says

      The tridentine mass, the SSPX....mmmmm

      NOT the NOVUS ORDO.

      Truly, someone explain the Jews problem with the Tridentine mass to me.

    2. Since they first put their own man JXXIII in (at least deduced from Piers Compton's THE BROKEN CROSS), they have placed their guys on the Roman Hot Seat. All degenerate puppets.

    3. The Tridentine Mass is the re-enactment of Calvary, the self-sacrifice of the Man-God to His Father. It's core parts are the Offertory, Consecration and Communion. The Novus Ordo recalls the Last Supper. It's Offertory has incorporated Jewish prayers - "Blessed are You O Lord God of all creation etc....", The Form of the Consecration of the Wine has "The Mystery of Faith" (acknowledging Transubstantiation) removed and incorporated as a part of a post-Consecration acclamation. The priest and congregation share a common Communion segment (demarcated in the Tridentine Mass with separate Domine non sum dignus.. and an additional Confiteor for the laity)
      Soooo! The Jews could take the Novus Ordo to be a commemoration of a Jewish rabble rouser of a time gone by, by some stupid goyim of today.
      Whereas the Tridentine Mass, taken to be Divine Worship, is not acceptable to them.
      Maybe others have a better and more correct explanation? I'm a senior citizen who has not studied that much beyond 'A' Levels.


      Undergirding the theory that it was the cheating money-changers whom Jesus targeted as the culprits in the system of animal sacrifice, is the claim that the whole process had become “too commercial.”
      This is akin to claiming that the institution of slavery had to be dismantled because it had become too commercial. Although both Temple sacrifices and human slavery had a firm economic foundation, it was the inherent immorality of those systems that brought together the historical forces which finally led to their collapse.
      Several hundred years after prophets like Isaiah, Jeremiah, Amos, and Hosea had denounced the sacrificial slaughter of animals, Jesus carried out what is euphemistically called the Cleansing of the Temple. It was just before Passover and he disrupted the buying and selling of animals that were being purchased for slaughter. And because Christian scholars and religious leaders continue to ignore biblical denunciations of that bloody worship, they also try to obscure the reason for Jesus’ assault on the system.
      They have done this by focusing on the money-changers, although they were only minor players in the drama that took place. It was the cult of sacrifice that Jesus tried to dismantle, not the system of monetary exchange. In all three gospel accounts of the event, those who provided the animals for sacrifice are mentioned first: they were the primary focus of Jesus’ outrage.
      The Gospel of John gives the most detailed account of the event.
      “When it was almost time for the Jewish Passover, Jesus went up to Jerusalem.
      In the Temple courts he found men selling cattle, sheep and doves and others sitting at tables exchanging money. So he made a whip out of cords and drove all from the Temple, both sheep and cattle; he scattered the coins of the money changers and overturned their tables. To those who sold doves he said: ‘Get out of here.’ (John 2:13-16)
      Matthew’s gospel does not detail the kind of animals that were being sold for slaughter, but it gives the same order of events.
      “Jesus entered the Temple area and drove out all who were buying and selling there. He overturned the tables of the money changers and the benches of those selling doves.
      ‘It is written,’ he said to them, ‘My House will be called a House of Prayer but you are making it a Den of Robbers.’” (Matthew 21:12-13)
      The same account is given in the gospel of Mark who, like Matthew, also reports that Jesus accused those at the Temple of making God’s house into a “den of robbers.” And there is universal acknowledgement that in both gospels, when Jesus said this, he was quoting from the prophet Jeremiah (7:11). That prophet had hurled the same accusation at the people of his own time, almost six hundred years earlier. He said it while standing at the Temple entrance, after he had already warned the people “do not shed innocent blood in this place.” And when Jeremiah said God’s House had been turned into a Den of Robbers it could not have had anything to do with money-changers–they did not exist in his time.
      In the time of Jeremiah, as in the time of Jesus, there was a great distinction made between “robbers” and “thieves.” In contemporary times that distinction can best be understood by comparing the crime of petty theft with crimes of armed robbery by those who violently attack/kill their victims. But in ancient Israel there was an even greater distinction. A thief could be anyone who succumbed to a momentary impulse to steal something, but a robber was someone for whom violent crime and killing was a lifestyle.

      PART 2

      Both Jesus and Jeremiah were indignant about the violence of sacrificial worship, not the possibility of petty theft by money-changers. When they said God’s House had become a den of “robbers” the Hebrew word that was used (here, transliterated) was “per-eets’” defined as “violent, i.e., a tyrant–destroyer, ravenous, robber.” It was the violence of the system, the killing of innocent victims in the name of God, that they were condemning. The money changers operating in the time of Jesus were driven out of the Temple because they were taking part in the process of sacrificial religion, NOT because they may have been cheating the pilgrims.
      The gospel of Mark correlates Jesus’ attempt to dismantle the sacrificial system with the plot to kill him. Like Matthew’s gospel, Mark’s account of the Temple Cleansing starts by saying that Jesus “began driving out those who were buying and selling there.” It goes on to relate how he explained to the people why he was doing this, by quoting Jeremiah’s opposition to animal sacrifice:
      “My House will be called a House of Prayer for ALL Nations. But you have made it a ‘Den of Robbers.’”
      And in the verse of scripture immediately following that statement, Mark reports that “The chief priests and the teachers of the law heard about this and began looking for a way to kill him, for they feared him because the whole crowd was amazed at his teachings.”(Mark 11:18)
      It is ridiculous to claim that the religious leaders of Jesus’ time would have plotted his death because he undermined the function of the money-changers. Nor would the crowd have been “amazed at his teachings” if Jesus was simply telling them to make sure they were not short-changed when they purchased Temple coins. What the people were amazed at was his condemnation of animal sacrifice; it had been hundreds of years since that kind of condemnation had been heard in Jerusalem. And it would not be allowed. A few days after he tried to overthrow the Cult of Animal Sacrifice, Jesus was crucified. The religious leaders of his time were determined to preserve the belief that it had been ordained by God, who demanded its continuance.
      That determination is echoed in the teachings of contemporary Christian leaders. In spite of Jesus, and in spite of the many biblical denunciations of animal sacrifice (*see endnote) they continue to maintain the ancient fiction that it was God who demanded His creatures be killed and butchered as an act of worship.
      It is understandable that in the time of Jesus the religious leaders were committed to upholding the system of Temple sacrifice at all costs: it was the center around which their lives revolved and their livelihood depended. And in biblical times, most people were illiterate and dependent on what their religious leaders taught them concerning the scriptures. But it is not easy to understand why contemporary Christians uphold the validity of the cult of animal sacrifice. In an age of widespread literacy, there is a choice to be made. The bible clearly presents an ongoing conflict between those forces that demanded sacrificial victims in the name of God, and those forces that opposed it as a man-made perversion.
      And because there is a choice to be made, it is deeply disturbing to see Christian leaders joining hands across the centuries with their ancient counterparts, in order to validate a system of worship in which the house of God became a giant slaughterhouse, awash in the blood of its victims.
      *Partial list of scriptures opposing animal sacrifice.
      Psalm 40:6
      Isaiah 1:11-17;
      Jeremiah 7:3-7, 11, 21-25
      Hosea 8:11-13,
      Amos 5:21-25
      Micah 6:6-8

  2. And call The Blessed Virgin Mary a whore. Mind you She embarrassed the lib-mods ecumenical plans so much they played Her down at VCII. The Jews don't like Her very much either.

  3. The Talmud teaches that Jesus is the bastard child of a roman soldier who raped Mary while she was menstruating and that Jesus was justly crucified for blasphemy and that Jesus is in Hell submerged in boiling shit and yet this clown has the audacity to say it is reasonable for him to try and get he Pope to change prayers in our Mass.

    Well, what doe one expect from the Synagogue of Satan? Not much

    Well, what does one expect of modern Popes when it comes to the enemy of all mankind (Yes, Virginia, the Bible teaches that) ? Not much

  4. What can but say of such a papal incumbent - shame on you Francis! shame on you!

    "The Jew is necessarily anti-Christian, by definition, in being a Jew, just as he is anti-Mohammedan, just as he is opposed to every principle which is not his own.

    Now that the Jew has entered into society, he has become a source of disorder, and, like the mole, he is busily engaged in undermining the ancient foundations upon which rests the Christian State. And this accounts for the decline of nations, and their intellectual and moral decadence; they are like a human body which suffers from the intrusion of some foreign element which it cannot assimilate and the presence of which brings on convulsions and lasting disease.

    By his very presence the Jew acts as a solvent; he produces disorders, he destroys, he brings on the most fearful catastrophes. The admission of the Jew into the body of the nations has proved fatal to them; they are doomed for having received him... The entrance of the Jew into society marked the destruction of the State, meaning by State, the Christian State."

    (Benard Lazare, Antisemitism, Its History and Causes, pages 318-320 and 328).


    There is now written evidence that Jesus was married to Mary the Magdalene and that they had children together.”

    At a press conference at the British Library, the authors — Mr. Jacobovici is a Canadian-Israeli film director, award-winning journalist, and writer; Professor Wilson teaches religious studies at York University, Toronto — presented the evidence, morsels of which had already been fed into the press over the last few days.

    Barrie A Wilson despite his non Jewish sounding name is also Jewish

    This year Jewish author Wendy Doniger had published a book called Hindus and Alternative History It was withdrawn after widespread protests for being distorted and aimed at denigrating Hindu traditions The coverpage of the book itself is quite provocative showing the God Krishna “riding on a horse” made entirely of naked women !!!
    In his book The Culture of Critique Dr Kevin MacDonald provides a theoretical analysis and review of data on the widespread tendency among highly influential, Jewish-dominated intellectual movements to develop radical critiques of gentile culture that are compatible with the continuity of Jewish identification. These movements are viewed as the outcome of the fact that Jews and gentiles have different interests in the construction of culture and in various public policy issues (e.g. immigration policy, Israel). In some cases, these movements appear to be attempts to develop a fundamental restructuring of the intellectual basis of gentile society in ways conducive to the continued existence of Judaism.


  6. I could have endured the Jewish detractions if the Church had continued to but it didn't and finally the whole of the scripture old and new strike me as false.

    1. Which Church and which Pope? That's why sedevacantism can make sense.

    2. Christ allowed and endured the crucifixtion, demeaning and excruciating, being neither sorry or ashamed about it.He did this for His Mystical Body. Let all these Zionist outrages spur us on to greater fidelity to Our Lord!