A Jew Rejects Talmud’s Duplicity

by Rich S — (henrymakow.com) May 24, 2013

One ‘tract’ in the Talmud recently grabbed my attention. It seemed to leap from the page and  strike at the core of what it means to be Jewish:
“To communicate anything to a Goy about our religious relations would be equal to the killing of all Jews, for if the Goyim knew what we teach about them, they would kill us openly.”  Libbre David 37
The key point is: ‘ If they ever find out what we are up to, they’ll be enraged and will  kill us . As a Jew I found this very disturbing. Is Judaism a religion or a conspiracy against man and God?
I checked for authenticity and the exact source of the above passage. I got online and found a searchable Babylonian Talmud. I could locate many similar themed tracts, but not this one, I also asked another friend about the ‘tract’ and my thoughts on it. He went and asked a Talmudic scholar about it.
We learned that the ‘tract’ above is a sort of ‘mash-up’ compound of several quotes. The common theme does indeed relate to the ‘dire’ importance of keeping Jewish ‘religious relations’ out of the earshot of a goy. What affected me was the part ” if they knew what we teach about them”, we’d be killed out in the open.
I felt that I realized a basic truth about Judaism. It is a religion that puts man before God, and Talmud before Torah. If a religion chooses fallen mankind’s word above that of the Divine, is it a Religion of God? I believe that this ultimate act of hubris sealed the fate of the Jewish reputation and fate.


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