Wednesday, February 8, 2017

Another day, another follower of the Talmud visits Francis

Left to right: Scholas Secretary and Global Director, Enrique Palmeyro; Truman Institute Executive Director, Naama Shpeter; Scholas President, José María del Corral; Francis; President of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Professor Menahem Ben-Sasson, and two unidentified males.

It seems that every day, Francis has another Talmudic Jew come to the Vatican to visit him.  On Tuesday, it was his friend, Menahem Ben-Sasson, the president of Hebrew University of Jerusalem.  Ben-Sasson was at the Vatican officially to sign an agreement with Francis and his pet-NGO, Scholas Occurrentes which coincidentally is run by his old buddy, José María del Corral. 

The signed agreement said that the Vatican will support and finance an international conference to be hosted in the summer of 2017 in Jerusalem.  The theme of the conference will be, ‘The Culture of Encounter Through Education’ with the hope that it will that will promote dialogue and civic opportunities for peace among young people from the Middle East and around the world.

Never at a loss for words, Francis blathered, “Religion can bring us together and teach us to create the bonds of friendship. With the intuition of Scholas and the intelligence and history of the Hebrew University, I am sure that this will produce great changes in the world.”

Menahem Ben-Sasson responded, “The Hebrew University and its Truman Institute are excited to work with Pope Francis and Scholas to foster encounters between young people, academia, and the real world, towards progress and peace. This project is aimed at building a better future for the world.”

A little background on Francis’ co-signers...

Scolas is run by José María del Corral who is no stranger to sitting down at the table of Francis in his private apartment at the Domus Sanctæ Marthæ and breaking kosher bread with rabbis.  José though, is most famous for asking Francis in the elevator shortly after his installation, “how should I refer to you now?” To which, Francis replied, “Call me, Jorge, what else?”.

Meachem Ben-Sassoon, “is the current president of Hebrew University, and a former member of Israel's Knesset where he represented the Kadima Party, an offshoot of the Likud Party. While in the Knesset, he served as the chairman of the Constitution, Law, and Justice Committee, chairman of the Parliamentary Inquiry Committee on Wiretapping, and also chaired the Lobby for Higher Education. As a university professor he received his PhD in the History of the Jewish People in the Islamic Lands. His three major works are Jews in the Era of Transition - the Traditional World; the Jews of Sicily; The Rise of the Local Jewish Community in Muslim Lands. In addition, he specializes in research on the topic of Mosheh ben Maimon (aka Maimonides, RaMBaM) and the impact he has had on Jewry in Eastern Europe. Many of these studies were sponsored with grants from the Rothschild family. Menachem has also served as a board member of Yad Vashem.”

Isn’t it a bit strange that Francis and del Corral can’t imagine a world without Talmudic Judaism but want to create a world without Christianity?  Scholas Ocurrentes is the “new evangelization” version of education in which Francis and del Corral dream of replacing the remnants of the Catholic education system with a Communist Chinese style of brainwashing/re-education program designed to destroy a child’s religious faith. Francis and his co-talmudists will not rest until they have accomplished their goal of wiping out Catholicism in the world.   This agreement is just a further step towards the completion of the nightmare known as noahidism. 

Francis receiving the agreement signed between the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and Scholas. Pictured to his left: President of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Professor Menahem Ben-Sasson.


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