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Sacha Baron Cohen’s Father: B’nai B’rith UK President, Hillel Director

May 16, 2012
UPDATED with further documentation

Sacha Baron Cohen’s claim to fame is abusing deceiving and mocking individuals and ethnicities for laughs; videotaping interviews where the subject is made to look foolish. He refuses to say how these oftentimes high-profile interviews are arranged. In 2009, Sky News documented that Baron Cohen deceived a Palestinian Christian into an interview and deceived his viewers to believe that the subject was a hostile Muslim terrorist. The man filed a defamation lawsuit. The ‘Anti-Defamation’ League of B’nai B’rith was nowhere to be found, however. There’s a reason for that.*

Sacha Baron Cohen’s father, Gerald Baron Cohen was President of the B’nai B’rith first lodge of England. He also served as a director of the university subversion branch of B’nai B’rith, Hillel (note that one of his companies is listed as “Ali G Limited.” “Ali G” is one of Sacha Baron Cohen’s characters). This rather important piece of information is left out of Sacha Baron Cohen’s biographies. Knowing it helps us to better understand his ‘humor.’

From: Shemot, The Jewish Genealogical Society of Great Britain, December 2010 Vol 18, 3

From: the Jewish Quarterly, Volumes 28-30, Jewish Literary Trust, 1980

In light of this information I think it’s safe to say that the public ‘dialogue’ that B’nai B’rith’s Abe Foxman recently had with Sacha Baron Cohen regarding his “Borat” character was a contrived ‘teachable moment.’ Others have sensed the protection racket angle to his shtick.

Sacha Baron Cohen has a new movie, “The Dictator” in which he has a few laughs at the expense of the victims of the Zionist ‘Arab Spring’ hostilities.  

B’nai B’rith is a ‘Jews’-only masonic organization which, among other things, was founded to impede assimilation of Judaic individuals by disrupting the culture and religion of their host nations while simultaneously building up Judaic culture and religion.

* I don’t imply that the ADL would have otherwise assisted a defamed Palestinian.

Also see:

Skull and Bones member, George W. Bush jokes about the lie that led to the deaths of hundreds of thousands in Iraq

ADL Board Member’s Grandson Transformed as ‘al Qaeda’ Agent Threatens ‘Islamofascist’ Attack on U.S.

ADL of B’nai B’rith Conference on Replacing Calvary with Auschwitz

B’nai B’rith Canada Director of Government Relations: ‘Holocaust Central to New World Order.’

JPII’s Respect for Talmudic Khazars of ADL of B’nai B’rith Based In Mysterious Spiritual Link

Sigmund Freud Was A Member of B’nai B’rith    

Former B’nai B’rith head admits downloading 9 hours of child pornography for “education”

B’nai B’rith’s War Agitator, John Loftus

World Jewish Congress Oligarch Chartered Child-Rape Boat 

The Judeo-Masonic Tradition of Mocking the Victim

 

Lying Rabbinic Apologetics for Orthodox Judaic Gospel Burnings

June 1, 2008

Rabbi Jerome Epstein is a representative of the chameleon-like “Conservative Judaism” branch of rabbinism. And here we see Rabbi Epstein striking an enlightened, tolerant pose as damage control for the recent burning of hundreds of New Testaments by Israeli “Jews” who were not only acting as Shas activists as Rabbi Epstein disingenuously suggests, but were piously adhering to the teachings of Talmud and Tosefta which order that the books of Christian “idolators” be burned, specifically Babylonian Talmud Gittin 45b and Tosefta Shabbat 13:5.

Rabbi Jerome Epstein goes on to draw a parallel between the behavior of these Orthodox Judaic Israelis and that of the Nazis and Catholic inquisitors as a distraction from the fact that the Israeli book-burners were acting in accordance with their very own rabbinic tradition dating back to 300 A.D. which Rabbi Epstein himself is a “conservative” representative of.

This sophistry will not do. If Rabbi Epstein wants to be considered a true humanist rather than a lying rabbi then he will need to acknowledge the true source of the violence against the Gospel (the “Gilyonim” to him) which drove those Israelis to burn the New Testament–his own religion: rabbinic Judaism–and start the long overdue reform process of that tribal racket masquerading as “one of the world’s great religions.”

It’s time that the world learned that book burnings were not limited to the most loathsome creatures in history according to kosher received opinion–Nazis and Catholics, who are virtually of the same mold according to received opinion–but that the rabbis and their followers have been burning other people’s books for 1700 years in accordance with the ruling of Orthodox Judaism, shrieking victimhood all the while.

And also note that this is not an isolated incident as Rabbi Epstein falsely claims. It is only unusual in that it received the attention that it did, which was very little, but more than usual. That’s the only reason that the rabbi is “speaking out” here:

The burning of Christian Scriptures in Israel must be condemned

By Rabbi Jerome Epstein – Jewish Standard

05/30/2008

… I am deeply proud of Israel.

But my feelings of pride are dampened by the distasteful behavior of Shas activists in Israel who burned copies of the Christian Bible, which they allege had been distributed by Christian missionaries. I certainly do not endorse missionizing activities in Israel, but the images of book-burning Jews makes me shudder. It is immoral for any Jew to act this way. For a religious Jew to do so is a chilul HaShem — a desecration of God’s name. Those Jews who burn books make a sham out of their personal piety.

I shudder at the irony of religious and committed Jews burning any books, whatever their content. Even if they do not remember the Holocaust, I do.

When German Nazi soldiers and civilians burned books in 1933, that action was widely condemned, especially by Jews. That act pained us to the core. For the People of the Book, the mere idea of burning a book is destructive. The act itself inflicts an indelible wound.

I shudder at the irony of Jews burning religious books. Whether the text is holy to Jews is irrelevant. The texts that were burned are holy to Christians. Imagine how any Jew would feel if non-Jews burned our sacred texts because they disagreed with them.

We Jews, whose ancestors have lived through the Inquisitions, whose very essence was desecrated when Christians burned our treasured Talmud in European cities in the Middle Ages, know the tears that are shed when something holy to us is desecrated.

I shudder at the irony of book-burning in Israel. Israel is more than a homeland for Jews. It is a light unto the nations. Israel must not permit revered rabbis who condone sin — much less those who encourage it — to go unchallenged. Israel must not permit misguided reactionaries to go unpunished, even if those misguided reactionaries, ironically enough, are the revered rabbis. Book-burning in Israel is an attack on all that Israel stands for.

I shudder at the irony of silence. We know what happens when good people remain silent and evil edges out good. Israel and Jews throughout the world must condemn this atrocious behavior and take the bold and necessary steps to ensure that this occurrence remains a singular nightmare.

Full article:

http://www.jstandard.com/articles/4344/1/The-burning-of-Christian-Scriptures-in-Israel-must-be-condemned

Will you look at this two-faced huckster as he tells us, “I shudder at the irony of silence.” If you truly want to see these persecutions end, then start talking about the savage intolerance of your own religious tradition, Rabbi Epstein–the impetus for this book burning you so insincerely lament. Why the silence?

Lying Rabbinic Apologetics for Orthodox Judaic Gospel Burnings

June 1, 2008

Rabbi Jerome Epstein is a representative of the chameleon-like “Conservative Judaism” branch of rabbinism. And here we see Rabbi Epstein striking an enlightened, tolerant pose as damage control for the recent burning of hundreds of New Testaments by Israeli “Jews” who were not only acting as Shas activists as Rabbi Epstein disingenuously suggests, but were piously adhering to the teachings of Talmud and Tosefta which order that the books of Christian “idolators” be burned, specifically Babylonian Talmud Gittin 45b and Tosefta Shabbat 13:5.

Rabbi Jerome Epstein goes on to draw a parallel between the behavior of these Orthodox Judaic Israelis and that of the Nazis and Catholic inquisitors as a distraction from the fact that the Israeli book-burners were acting in accordance with their very own rabbinic tradition dating back to 300 A.D. which Rabbi Epstein himself is a “conservative” representative of.

This sophistry will not do. If Rabbi Epstein wants to be considered a true humanist rather than a lying rabbi then he will need to acknowledge the true source of the violence against the Gospel (the “Gilyonim” to him) which drove those Israelis to burn the New Testament–his own religion: rabbinic Judaism–and start the long overdue reform process of that tribal racket masquerading as “one of the world’s great religions.”

It’s time that the world learned that book burnings were not limited to the most loathsome creatures in history according to kosher received opinion–Nazis and Catholics, who are virtually of the same mold according to received opinion–but that the rabbis and their followers have been burning other people’s books for 1700 years in accordance with the ruling of Orthodox Judaism, shrieking victimhood all the while.

And also note that this is not an isolated incident as Rabbi Epstein falsely claims. It is only unusual in that it received the attention that it did, which was very little, but more than usual. That’s the only reason that the rabbi is “speaking out” here:

The burning of Christian Scriptures in Israel must be condemned

By Rabbi Jerome Epstein – Jewish Standard

05/30/2008

… I am deeply proud of Israel.

But my feelings of pride are dampened by the distasteful behavior of Shas activists in Israel who burned copies of the Christian Bible, which they allege had been distributed by Christian missionaries. I certainly do not endorse missionizing activities in Israel, but the images of book-burning Jews makes me shudder. It is immoral for any Jew to act this way. For a religious Jew to do so is a chilul HaShem — a desecration of God’s name. Those Jews who burn books make a sham out of their personal piety.

I shudder at the irony of religious and committed Jews burning any books, whatever their content. Even if they do not remember the Holocaust, I do.

When German Nazi soldiers and civilians burned books in 1933, that action was widely condemned, especially by Jews. That act pained us to the core. For the People of the Book, the mere idea of burning a book is destructive. The act itself inflicts an indelible wound.

I shudder at the irony of Jews burning religious books. Whether the text is holy to Jews is irrelevant. The texts that were burned are holy to Christians. Imagine how any Jew would feel if non-Jews burned our sacred texts because they disagreed with them.

We Jews, whose ancestors have lived through the Inquisitions, whose very essence was desecrated when Christians burned our treasured Talmud in European cities in the Middle Ages, know the tears that are shed when something holy to us is desecrated.

I shudder at the irony of book-burning in Israel. Israel is more than a homeland for Jews. It is a light unto the nations. Israel must not permit revered rabbis who condone sin — much less those who encourage it — to go unchallenged. Israel must not permit misguided reactionaries to go unpunished, even if those misguided reactionaries, ironically enough, are the revered rabbis. Book-burning in Israel is an attack on all that Israel stands for.

I shudder at the irony of silence. We know what happens when good people remain silent and evil edges out good. Israel and Jews throughout the world must condemn this atrocious behavior and take the bold and necessary steps to ensure that this occurrence remains a singular nightmare.

Full article:

http://www.jstandard.com/articles/4344/1/The-burning-of-Christian-Scriptures-in-Israel-must-be-condemned

Will you look at this two-faced huckster as he tells us, “I shudder at the irony of silence.” If you truly want to see these persecutions end, then start talking about the savage intolerance of your own religious tradition, Rabbi Epstein–the impetus for this book burning you so insincerely lament. Why the silence?