The Devil and the Jews

by Henry Makow Ph.D. – henrymakow.com Jan 5, 2013

There is no Wikipedia entry for The Devil and the Jews (Yale University Press, 1943)  or its author Rabbi Joshua Trachtenberg (1904-1959.) There are no reviews on the Internet.
Our Illuminati Jewish masters have consigned this knowledge to the memory hole. Why?
When Europe was a Christian theocracy, say from 1050 -1650, Judaism was regarded as a satanic cult, and Jews were considered agents of the devil. 
We’re familiar with the Jewish persecution complex. During this period, Christians had a parallel fear. They believed that Jews both hated them and conspired to destroy Christendom. They believed the long-awaited Jewish “Messiah” was in fact the Antichrist. 
“Their association with this awful figure…assumed really frightening proportions toward the end of the Middle Ages when Antichrist’s Jewish parentage became definitely established and the Jews were expected to form the spearhead of his legions. They were not quite so weak…judging from their numbers and social position. For a terrible mysterious Jewish horde hidden somewhere in the East awaited the signal to pour out upon Christendom and annihilate it.The rumours of the birth of the Antichrist …after the thirteenth century, kept Europe on edge awaiting the bloody outbreak of the “red Jews” …. (40) 
Jews were accused of colluding with Mongol invaders on the Eastern frontiers. They were just as likely to desecrate a church, murder Christian infants in secret, spread poisons with the wind, or practise infamous sexual perversities.
“The catalogue of alleged Jewish crimes is long and varied indeed, and wholly unreasonable.” writes Trachtenberg, “unless we accept the self-evident fact that, in medieval eyes, that as Satan’s agents, nothing was beyond the depraved and evil nature of the Jews.” (43)
For many, this Illuminati Jewish threat seems more urgent today, with the demoralization of mankind and the creation of the American police state.

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