Did Seinfeld Serve a Darker Purpose?

henrymakow – March 19, 2019

Again we discover the comedy team from Seinfeld teaming up to present cabalistic messages. Observe the V in Michael Richards’ (“Kramer”) leg and in Julia Louis-Dreyfuss’ (“Elaine”) arm; the circle that Richards makes with the fingers of his left hand, the “X” made by the intersecting hands and wrists of Richards and Louis-Dreyfuss; the descendant triangle sign of Jason Alexander’s (“George”) hands, and so on.  Texe Marrs-The Occult Magic of the Jewish Cabala
Seinfeld’s writers and actors were extremely talented. The show often was brilliant. But did it serve a darker purpose?

by Henry Makow PhD

I was watching a Seinfeld rerun and it suddenly hit me. All the actors are Jewish. The writers are Jewish. The humor is Jewish.
The audience is invited to see Jews as funny and endearing and to imitate their behaviour.
In the Talmud, only Jews are human.
The NWO is Jewish, with a few Masonic factotums to keep up appearances.
(They need to destroy society in order to rebuild it in their own image. This is called “healing the world.”) 

Maurice Samuels quote. Click to enlarge

“We want a world of our own,” said Maurice Samuels. They are almost there.
Although most Jews are unaware of this, Cabalist Judaism is a satanic cult. Thanks to the mass media, humanity is being initiated.
First, they got rid of Christ. Then they got rid of God, who was a real impediment. Who needs the competition?
What’s left? Just be Jewish.
And what is that? Just being Jewish.  The Jew is the avatar. Imitate!
Corn beef. Bagels. Matzah Ball Soup. You can do it!
Seinfeld was billed as a show about “nothing.”
But obviously, it’s also about being Jewish. It is self-critical which is funny. They portray themselves as self-centred and not very considerate of others. Co-creator Larry David later displays the same brand of Asbergers in his show, Curb Your Enthusiasm. 
They like to have coffee and talk. Starbucks anyone? Kramer and George are not very productive. They are always looking for a get rich quick scheme.
In the episode I watched (The Pony Remark) they are at a funeral reception. Elaine learns that the brother of the deceased is moving to Arizona. Immediately she wants to know if his wonderful rent-controlled apartment is available for rent.
Uncle Leo is pressuring another guest, a medical student, for a doctor’s note so he can get some kind of deal on airfare. It’s self-satirical but it does set a bad example.
I admire Jerry Seinfeld for being the classiest and most tasteful of major comedians. But there have been some lapses like the “Contest” — who could go longest without masturbating.
The dysfunctional Jewish obsession with sex and romance is also a constant theme. After all, Judaism is a satanic cult
(See also, What’s with Jewish comics and female genitals? )



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