Unmasking Evil: Film is Scathing Critique of Judaism

henrymakow.com — Dec 31, 2017

The Coen Brothers’ brilliant 2009 movie, A Serious Man, showed the bankruptcy of Judaism as a religion. (See my review below.)
Until now, I didn’t understand the relevance of the Yiddish fable at the beginning about a Dybbuk, a malevolent spirit of a deceased person who wanders the world as though still alive.
In the fable, a kindly Dybbuk visits a home and convinces the husband of his benevolence. But the vigilant wife recognizes evil and stabs him in the heart. Indeed, he does not bleed for he is already dead.
Evil always impersonates goodness but must be recognized & purged. The parable is a metaphor for Judaism itself, a satanic cult masquerading as a religion. Judaism taints and ultimately destroys whomever it touches, Jew and non-Jew alike. We have allowed Jewish Cabalism (Freemasonry) into our home and body politic, and as a result, we are satanically possessed and face a terrible Biblical retribution.
Significantly, this Yiddish parable is not from Jewish folklore. It was written by the Coen Brothers themselves as an important reminder that evil must be unmasked and banished from the body politic. This 7 1/2 minute video will make a lasting impression.

Updated from Oct 24, 2009 — by Henry Makow Ph.D.

Hollywood has been accused of portraying Christianity with a jaundiced eye while sugarcoating Jews and Judaism. Or it presents Jews as non-Jews.
the Coen brothers

The Coen brothers

Finally, there is a movie that presents Jews realistically. “A Serious Man,”  by Oscar winning directors Joel and Ethan Coen, satirizes many Jewish types and suggests Judaism is a fraud.
If this begins a trend toward honest self-examination, there is hope yet for the self-chosen people.

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