Archive for the ‘Guilt’ Category

Italian Children to the Guilt Chambers

June 27, 2011

Israel will Train Italian Teachers to Teach About Holocaust

Gil Ronen – Arutz Sheva

June 13, 2011

Education Minister Gideon Saar and his Italian counterpart, Mariastella Gelmini, signed cooperation agreements Monday for training Italian teachers in Holocaust education, and for bilateral youth exchanges. The agreements were signed in the course of today’s joint Israeli-Italian government meeting in Rome.

The agreement on training Italian teachers in Holocaust education is the first of its kind. The Italian Education Ministry will, on an annual basis, select teachers to attend special training at Yad Vashem in Jerusalem. These teachers will then teach the subject in Italian secondary schools. Previous training in teaching the Holocaust has been carried out in non-governmental frameworks.

Minister Saar said that, “Enhancing Holocaust studies around the world, especially in Europe, constitutes a bulwark against forgetting and denying the Holocaust.

According to the second agreement, a joint steering committee will be established to work on advancing bilateral youth exchanges. Education Minister Saar said that, “It is important to strengthen the deep links between Italy and Israel by boosting the brave friendship between our peoples. Friendly meetings between youth will help guarantee future relations.”

Another agreement signed Monday between Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman and his Italian counterpart, Franco Frattini, also provides for the advancement of bilateral cooperation in the fields of education, research and higher education.

http://www.israelnationalnews.com/News/News.aspx/144906

A Historical Overview of the ‘Holocaust’ Racket

March 24, 2011

"Yom HaShoah" Liturgy for Catholic Children

February 2, 2011


Teaching the Holocaust: Commemoration in the Classroom: Liturgy for Christian Schools

Collected by members of the Seattle Archdiocese

Curriculum at ‘Catholic’ School Features Nine Weeks of Holocaustolatry

November 13, 2009

Catholic students attend Jewish Kristallnacht

Renee Simmons – Collier Citizen

November 11, 2009

The Catholic and Jewish communities came together, Nov. 8, as eighth grade students from St. Elizabeth Seton were invited to attend the Kristallnacht convocation and reception at Temple Shalom.

Translated as “night of broken glass,” the ceremony marked the 71st anniversary of the night Nazi Germany launched its attack on Jewish citizens, breaking the glass in neighborhoods, businesses and temples owned by Jewish citizens and forcing families out of their homes.

“This is something in history that people need to know about,” said Melissa Keel, a member of the Catholic/Jewish Dialogue of Collier County, one of the event organizers. “I’m hoping the students will be able to converse with the survivors and that they will take that information back and share that with their schoolmates.”

The afternoon service included a procession of Holocaust survivors in a special candle lighting representing the six million Jews who died in the Holocaust, and the seven million others who were victims of Nazi aggression. Holocaust survivors also shared their stories with the attendees.

SES was the only school invited to the ceremony and school officials plan to incorporate the experience into an extensive Holocaust curriculum the school has set up for the students.

“Students at this age are more emotionally prepared to listen and learn about the events of the Holocaust,” says assistant principal Gina Groch. “We hope the students gain a more in-depth knowledge and understanding of the Holocaust, through the experience of coming together and learning with those of other faiths.”

The nine-week curriculum
is organized by Patricia Lyon, a middle school language arts and literature teacher. Already, students have visited the local Holocaust Museum, watched a DVD interview of Elie Wiesel, author of “Night, Read Night” and “Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl,” as well as researched reports and presentations and listened to oral accounts by local Holocaust survivors …

full article:

http://www.naplesnews.com/news/2009/nov/11/catholic-students-attend-jewish-kristallnacht/

Rabbis Give the Gift of Guilt, and a Hex

December 3, 2007

I would recommend that this gesture be reciprocated with a gift of a crucifix commemorating the millions of Russian Christians who died at the hands of the Judaic Bolsheviks as “Jewry” did nothing to prevent it and quite a bit to cause it, and to cover it up to this day. But the “elder brother” rabbis have a tendency to urinate on crucifixes. Handing one over to them would be ill advised. And the Vatican is hardly more interested in commemorating the deaths of the millions of Christian victims of Judeo-Bolshevism than the rabbis.

Note the extreme importance of the number 6 (million), despite the fact that even Judaic scholars have been saying for some time that number is not accurate. This is Kabbalah talk, not reality.

Jewish group presents candelabra to Catholic cardinal in interfaith gesture

The Associated Press
December 2, 2007

JERUSALEM: A Jewish group on Sunday presented a candelabra symbolizing Jewish victims of the Nazi Holocaust to a Catholic cardinal, a way of underlining positive changes in Jewish-Catholic relations in recent decades.

The candelabra has six branches, in memory of the 6 million Jews killed by German Nazis and their collaborators during World War II.

Rabbi Jack Bemporad, of the Center for Interreligious Understanding, the New Jersey-based organization that facilitated the gift, presented the menorah to Cardinal Carlo Maria Martini, head of the Pontifical Biblical Institute, a Catholic study center in Jerusalem. The purpose was “to offer a loving embrace to the Jewish people,” Bemporad said,

The bronze menorah features six men, women and children wearing Jewish prayer shawls and standing on a broken star of David.

“The candle is a tragic symbol, because it consumes itself by giving light,” Bemporad said.

Jewish leaders and historians have long charged that the Catholic church did not do all it could to stop the slaughter during the Holocaust, while Catholic scholars have countered that the church was severely limited in its abilities to influence the Nazis.

Bemporad said the turning point in Catholic-Jewish relations came in 1965 at the end of the Second Vatican Council, when Jews were absolved of the killing of Jesus and anti-Semitism was banned.

Martini thanked Bemporad for the gift and lit the first candle. Martini, who has written several books on the centrality of Jerusalem in the religious life of the Catholic church, called the city “the center of world history, the center of hope.”

The menorah will remain on permanent display at the Pontifical Biblical Institute in Jerusalem.

http://www.iht.com/articles/ap/2007/12/02/africa/ME-GEN-Israel-Interfaith.php

Rabbis Give the Gift of Guilt, and a Hex

December 3, 2007

I would recommend that this gesture be reciprocated with a gift of a crucifix commemorating the millions of Russian Christians who died at the hands of the Judaic Bolsheviks as “Jewry” did nothing to prevent it and quite a bit to cause it, and to cover it up to this day. But the “elder brother” rabbis have a tendency to urinate on crucifixes. Handing one over to them would be ill advised. And the Vatican is hardly more interested in commemorating the deaths of the millions of Christian victims of Judeo-Bolshevism than the rabbis.

Note the extreme importance of the number 6 (million), despite the fact that even Judaic scholars have been saying for some time that number is not accurate. This is Kabbalah talk, not reality.

Jewish group presents candelabra to Catholic cardinal in interfaith gesture

The Associated Press
December 2, 2007

JERUSALEM: A Jewish group on Sunday presented a candelabra symbolizing Jewish victims of the Nazi Holocaust to a Catholic cardinal, a way of underlining positive changes in Jewish-Catholic relations in recent decades.

The candelabra has six branches, in memory of the 6 million Jews killed by German Nazis and their collaborators during World War II.

Rabbi Jack Bemporad, of the Center for Interreligious Understanding, the New Jersey-based organization that facilitated the gift, presented the menorah to Cardinal Carlo Maria Martini, head of the Pontifical Biblical Institute, a Catholic study center in Jerusalem. The purpose was “to offer a loving embrace to the Jewish people,” Bemporad said,

The bronze menorah features six men, women and children wearing Jewish prayer shawls and standing on a broken star of David.

“The candle is a tragic symbol, because it consumes itself by giving light,” Bemporad said.

Jewish leaders and historians have long charged that the Catholic church did not do all it could to stop the slaughter during the Holocaust, while Catholic scholars have countered that the church was severely limited in its abilities to influence the Nazis.

Bemporad said the turning point in Catholic-Jewish relations came in 1965 at the end of the Second Vatican Council, when Jews were absolved of the killing of Jesus and anti-Semitism was banned.

Martini thanked Bemporad for the gift and lit the first candle. Martini, who has written several books on the centrality of Jerusalem in the religious life of the Catholic church, called the city “the center of world history, the center of hope.”

The menorah will remain on permanent display at the Pontifical Biblical Institute in Jerusalem.

http://www.iht.com/articles/ap/2007/12/02/africa/ME-GEN-Israel-Interfaith.php

Benedict Once Again Bows to Holocaustolatry, Repents

September 8, 2007

Benedict XVI bows to the Holocaust memorial at Judenplatz in Vienna, Austria.

VIENNA, Sept. 7 — Pope Benedict XVI confronted Friday the shadows of Europe’s past, praying at a Holocaust memorial here, as he spoke with worry about its future. Europe, he said, may extinguish itself, in numbers and spirit, if it embraces abortion and rejects Christianity, which he said “profoundly shaped the continent.”

“It should be everyone’s concern to ensure that the day will never come when only its stones speak of Christianity,” the pope said, at the start of a three-day visit here. “An Austria without a vibrant Christian faith would no longer be Austria.”

… Even as [Benedict XVI] spoke about the Christian roots of Europe, he acknowledged the role — and suffering — of Jews on the Continent. He told reporters in Italian on his plane before leaving Rome that his trip was aimed partly at showing “our sadness, our repentance and also our friendship with our Jewish brothers.” (Ian Fisher, “Pope Vigorously Defends Catholicism in Austria and Raises Concerns on Europe’s Future,” New York Times, Sept 8, 2007)

http://www.nytimes.com/2007/09/08/world/europe/08pope.html?em&ex=1189396800&en=b76c92ee67599607&ei=5087%0A

If Benedict truly wants to revive Christianity in Europe and stimulate the birthrate among European Christians perhaps he might try laying off the Holocaust guilt for a bit to see how that might help. Here he is once again sprinkling holy water on the Weisenthal/Spielberg/Isaacesque image of Austrian Christians as monsters who must repent for cosmic crimes committed against “God’s Chosen People”–directly associating such cosmic crimes with Christendom–and simultaneously chastising Europeans for disassociating themselves with Christianity and not having children? Has it occurred to him that 40 years of hammering on Christianity as a “teaching of contempt” which directly led to the “modern Golgaltha” of Auschwitz has perhaps turned Austrians away from the Christian tradition? Not to mention Austria’s heinously corrupt clergy.

If “reviving Christianity in Europe” means forever bowing to Holocaust idols, placing Auschwitz alongside or above Calvary and repenting for the crimes of the Nazis while being ruled by Judaizing homo bishops I recommend that Europeans withhold all support, or better yet, run the other way.

On the other hand, I would love to see a genuine revival of Christendom in Europe but I would hope that the children produced by such a true revival would not end up serving as canon fodder for messianic Zionist crusades against Arab “Amalek” (Zohar 1;25b).

Benedict Once Again Bows to Holocaustolatry, Repents

September 8, 2007

Benedict XVI bows to the Holocaust memorial at Judenplatz in Vienna, Austria.

VIENNA, Sept. 7 — Pope Benedict XVI confronted Friday the shadows of Europe’s past, praying at a Holocaust memorial here, as he spoke with worry about its future. Europe, he said, may extinguish itself, in numbers and spirit, if it embraces abortion and rejects Christianity, which he said “profoundly shaped the continent.”

“It should be everyone’s concern to ensure that the day will never come when only its stones speak of Christianity,” the pope said, at the start of a three-day visit here. “An Austria without a vibrant Christian faith would no longer be Austria.”

… Even as [Benedict XVI] spoke about the Christian roots of Europe, he acknowledged the role — and suffering — of Jews on the Continent. He told reporters in Italian on his plane before leaving Rome that his trip was aimed partly at showing “our sadness, our repentance and also our friendship with our Jewish brothers.” (Ian Fisher, “Pope Vigorously Defends Catholicism in Austria and Raises Concerns on Europe’s Future,” New York Times, Sept 8, 2007)

http://www.nytimes.com/2007/09/08/world/europe/08pope.html?em&ex=1189396800&en=b76c92ee67599607&ei=5087%0A

If Benedict truly wants to revive Christianity in Europe and stimulate the birthrate among European Christians perhaps he might try laying off the Holocaust guilt for a bit to see how that might help. Here he is once again sprinkling holy water on the Weisenthal/Spielberg/Isaacesque image of Austrian Christians as monsters who must repent for cosmic crimes committed against “God’s Chosen People”–directly associating such cosmic crimes with Christendom–and simultaneously chastising Europeans for disassociating themselves with Christianity and not having children? Has it occurred to him that 40 years of hammering on Christianity as a “teaching of contempt” which directly led to the “modern Golgaltha” of Auschwitz has perhaps turned Austrians away from the Christian tradition? Not to mention Austria’s heinously corrupt clergy.

If “reviving Christianity in Europe” means forever bowing to Holocaust idols, placing Auschwitz alongside or above Calvary and repenting for the crimes of the Nazis while being ruled by Judaizing homo bishops I recommend that Europeans withhold all support, or better yet, run the other way.

On the other hand, I would love to see a genuine revival of Christendom in Europe but I would hope that the children produced by such a revival would not be conscripted as canon fodder in messianic Zionist crusades against Arab “Amalek” (Zohar 1;25b).

Benedict Once Again Bows to Holocaustolatry, Repents

September 8, 2007

Benedict XVI bows to the Holocaust memorial at Judenplatz in Vienna, Austria.

VIENNA, Sept. 7 — Pope Benedict XVI confronted Friday the shadows of Europe’s past, praying at a Holocaust memorial here, as he spoke with worry about its future. Europe, he said, may extinguish itself, in numbers and spirit, if it embraces abortion and rejects Christianity, which he said “profoundly shaped the continent.”

“It should be everyone’s concern to ensure that the day will never come when only its stones speak of Christianity,” the pope said, at the start of a three-day visit here. “An Austria without a vibrant Christian faith would no longer be Austria.”

… Even as [Benedict XVI] spoke about the Christian roots of Europe, he acknowledged the role — and suffering — of Jews on the Continent. He told reporters in Italian on his plane before leaving Rome that his trip was aimed partly at showing “our sadness, our repentance and also our friendship with our Jewish brothers.” (Ian Fisher, “Pope Vigorously Defends Catholicism in Austria and Raises Concerns on Europe’s Future,” New York Times, Sept 8, 2007)

http://www.nytimes.com/2007/09/08/world/europe/08pope.html?em&ex=1189396800&en=b76c92ee67599607&ei=5087%0A

If Benedict truly wants to revive Christianity in Europe and stimulate the birthrate among European Christians perhaps he might try laying off the Holocaust guilt for a bit to see how that might help. Here he is once again sprinkling holy water on the Weisenthal/Spielberg/Isaacesque image of Austrian Christians as monsters who must repent for cosmic crimes committed against “God’s Chosen People”–directly associating such cosmic crimes with Christendom–and simultaneously chastising Europeans for disassociating themselves with Christianity and not having children? Has it occurred to him that 40 years of hammering on Christianity as a “teaching of contempt” which directly led to the “modern Golgaltha” of Auschwitz has perhaps turned Austrians away from the Christian tradition? Not to mention Austria’s heinously corrupt clergy.

If “reviving Christianity in Europe” means forever bowing to Holocaust idols, placing Auschwitz alongside or above Calvary and repenting for the crimes of the Nazis while being ruled by Judaizing homo bishops I recommend that Europeans withhold all support, or better yet, run the other way.

On the other hand, I would love to see a genuine revival of Christendom in Europe but I would hope that the children produced by such a revival would not be conscripted as canon fodder in messianic Zionist crusades against Arab “Amalek” (Zohar 1;25b).

Benedict Once Again Bows to Holocaustolatry, Repents

September 8, 2007

Benedict XVI bows to the ‘Holocaust’ memorial at Judenplatz in Vienna, Austria.

VIENNA, Sept. 7 — Pope Benedict XVI confronted Friday the shadows of Europe’s past, praying at a Holocaust memorial here, as he spoke with worry about its future. Europe, he said, may extinguish itself, in numbers and spirit, if it embraces abortion and rejects Christianity, which he said “profoundly shaped the continent.”

“It should be everyone’s concern to ensure that the day will never come when only its stones speak of Christianity,” the pope said, at the start of a three-day visit here. “An Austria without a vibrant Christian faith would no longer be Austria.”

… Even as [Benedict XVI] spoke about the Christian roots of Europe, he acknowledged the role — and suffering — of Jews on the Continent. He told reporters in Italian on his plane before leaving Rome that his trip was aimed partly at showing “our sadness, our repentance and also our friendship with our Jewish brothers.” (Ian Fisher, “Pope Vigorously Defends Catholicism in Austria and Raises Concerns on Europe’s Future,” New York Times, Sept 8, 2007)

http://www.nytimes.com/2007/09/08/world/europe/08pope.html?em&ex=1189396800&en=b76c92ee67599607&ei=5087%0A

If Benedict truly wants to revive Christianity in Europe and stimulate the birthrate among European Christians perhaps he might try laying off the Holocaust guilt for a bit to see how that might help. Here he is once again sprinkling holy water on the Weisenthal/Spielberg/Isaacesque image of Austrian Christians as monsters who must repent for cosmic crimes committed against “God’s Chosen People”–directly associating such cosmic crimes with Christendom–and simultaneously chastising Europeans for disassociating themselves with Christianity and not having children? Has it occurred to him that 40 years of hammering on Christianity as a “teaching of contempt” which directly led to the “modern Golgaltha” of Auschwitz has perhaps turned Austrians away from the Christian tradition? Not to mention Austria’s heinously corrupt clergy.

If “reviving Christianity in Europe” means forever bowing to Holocaust idols, placing Auschwitz alongside or above Calvary and repenting for the crimes of the Nazis while being ruled by Judaizing homo bishops I recommend that Europeans withhold all support, or better yet, run the other way.

On the other hand, I would love to see a genuine revival of Christendom in Europe but I would hope that the children produced by such a revival would not be conscripted as canon fodder in messianic Zionist crusades against Arab “Amalek” (Zohar 1;25b).