HenryMakow.com – May 9, 2022

In essence, the suffering of mankind today is a result of Judaism’s hatred of non-Jews. This is not the view of ordinary Jews. It applies to Organized Jewry and can be seen in the  policies of the World Central Banking Cartel, UN, IMF, WHO, WEF, CDC, and Freemasonry.

The Communist New World Order is essentially the Cabalist Jew World Order. But to focus on all Jews just lets the Cabalists (Satanists, Masons) off the hook because they can dismiss opposition to their demented agenda as racism. At the same time, ordinary Jews had better wake up and stop accepting the blame for the Cabalists.

Shahak states that Judaism is imbued with both hatred and ignorance of Christianity, and that this is largely independent of any Christian persecution of the Jews.

Israel Shahak (born Israel Himmelstaub, 28 April 1933 – 2 July 2001) was an Israeli professor of organic chemistry at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, a Holocaust survivor, an intellectual of liberal political bent, and a civil-rights advocate and activist on behalf of both Jews and Gentiles (non-Jews). For twenty years, he headed the Israeli League for Human and Civil Rights (1970-90) and was a public critic of the policies of the governments of Israel.

A Review of Jewish History, Jewish Religion by Israel Shahak – Pluto Press, 1994

by Spencer J. Quinn – (abridged by henrymakow.com)

Jewish History, Jewish Religion, Israel Shahak
Pluto Press, 1994

For a thorough airing of Jewish dirty laundry, one cannot do much better than Israel Shahak’s  Jewish History, Jewish Religion: The Weight of Three Thousand Years (JHJR). First published in 1994, JHJR, represents a humanist critique of classical and modern Judaism which extends to the pervasive anti-gentile attitudes of Jews throughout history. …

One of Shahak’s main contentions regarding classical Judaism is its totalitarian nature. He mentions how eighteenth-century Jews burned books, persecuted dissidents, banned non-Jewish education, and were absorbed in mysticism. Tolerance was not part of the equation, and Shahak quite cheekily points out how at times even unfriendly gentile societies were kinder to the Jews than the Jews were to themselves. He states bluntly that when Jews were liberated or emancipated throughout the nineteenth century, they were in many cases freed from “the tyranny of their own religion” rather than from any gentile oppression. He offers as an example the Metternich regime in Austria in the 1840s, which actually enforced laws protecting Jews from being murdered. Shahak makes a similar point regarding Tsar Nicholas I:

Nicholas I of Russia was a notorious anti-Semite and issued many laws against the Jews of his state. But he also strengthened the forces of ‘law and order’ in Russia–not only the secret police but also the regular police and the gendarmerie–with the consequence that it became difficult to murder Jews on the order of their rabbis, whereas in pre-1795 Poland it had been quite easy.


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