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Purim-Shpiel 2009

March 19, 2009

“…whereas it was turned to the contrary, that the Jews had rule over them that hated them.”

The Shock and Awe campaign against Bishop Williamson and “Holocaust denial” which the rabbis whipped the mob into beginning January 21st was called off by Israeli Chief Rabbi Shear Yashuv Cohen at the Vatican on March 12th, the day after Purim. He said, “This was not just another meeting. This was a special experience, a turning point, the end of a crisis …” (“Rabbis after pope meeting: Crisis over,” Lisa Palmeri-Billig, Jerusalem Post, March 12, 2009)

http://www.jpost.com/servlet/Satellite?cid=1236764174471&pagename=JPost%2FJPArticle%2FShowFull

When Rabbi Shear Yashuv Cohen said that his visit to the Vatican of March 11-12 (March 10-11 being Purim) marked a “turning point,” he was alluding to the very essence of Purim itself–venahafoch hu–the turning around of circumstances; the “hippuch” or reversal of roles in the book of Esther.

But this is the story of Esther according to the lunatic rabbis where “Holocaust denial” is equated with complete annihilation. In Purim Shpiel 2009 Bishop Williamson was thrust into the role of Haman, Benedict XVI played King Ahasuerus and Rabbis Shear Yashuv Cohen and David Rosen were cast as Mordechai. “Holocaust Denial” served as the gallows pole which was turned from an instrument of “persecution” of “The Jews” into the instrument for Bishop Williamson and like-minded individuals to be hung from.

Indeed, the “threat” of “Holocaust denial” was turned around and made a “blessing.” The pope decreed that “Holocaust denial” is unacceptable and he exalted the “Holocaust” idol as never before. Numerous bishops proclaimed that it’s not possible to be Catholic if one “denies” “The Holocaust.” Bishop Williamson’s position as educator was terminated while “Holocaust studies” in Catholic schools received a huge boost. Rabbi Rosen said, “I hope a recommendation (from the pope on Holocaust studies in Catholic schools) will come out of this latest crisis. That will be a silver lining to the cloud.” (“Jews ask pope for Holocaust studies in schools,” Philip Pullella, Reuters, March 12, 2009)

http://uk.reuters.com/article/worldNews/idUKTRE52B51320090312?pageNumber=2&virtualBrandChannel=0

And note that as King Ahasuerus rewarded Mordechai, so did Benedict reward the rabbis with thanks and praises, even while scorning Catholics:

“I was saddened by the fact that even Catholics who, after all, might have had a better knowledge of the situation, thought they had to attack me with open hostility. Precisely for this reason I thank all the more our Jewish friends, who quickly helped to clear up the misunderstanding and to restore the atmosphere of friendship and trust which – as in the days of Pope John Paul II – has also existed throughout my pontificate and, thank God, continues to exist. (“LETTER ON REMISSION OF EXCOMMUNICATION LEFEBVRE BISHOPS,” Benedict XVI, March 10, 2009)

http://www.vatican.va/holy_father/benedict_xvi/letters/2009/documents/hf_ben-xvi_let_20090310_remissione-scomunica_en.html

This statement from the pope is bizarre given that his “Jewish” friends are on record as the ones who created the chaos and who only decided to end it on Purim after they’d received every concession they could have dreamed of.

I don’t take it as a coincidence that this reversal of events came on Purim any more than it was a coincidence that the 1991 attack against Iraq ended on Purim or that the 2003 attack on Iraq began, in the words of George Bush’s speech writers, “at a time of our choosing” which just happened to be Purim.

This 2009 Purim-Shpiel psychodrama/production perpetuated the hester panim gnosis deconstructed in Judaism Discovered which teaches that Judaism needs a certain amount of persecution for it’s own advancement; it needs both Mordechai and Haman. Where persecution doesn’t exist the illusion of persecution is created.

The notion that one bishop’s non-acceptance of certain elements of received “Holocaust” lore could lead to genocide is patent idiocy, but through this and similar ruses the rabbis have maintained their control over ‘klal Israel” and, with the assistance of the pope and bishops, managed to advance their assault on Christianity.

“The tree [Haman] had prepared for Mordechai’s hanging became his own gallows, and so on throughout the Megillah. It was Haman, more than Esther, who destroyed Haman … on Purim, we rise above the limited reach of our understanding, and for a brief moment we perceive that ‘blessed be Mordechai’ and its hippuch/its reversal, ‘cursed be Haman,’ are really one and the same.” (“Redemption by Reversal,” Rabbi Ahron Lopiansky)

http://www.aish.com/purimthemes/purimthemesdefault/Redemption_by_Reversal.asp

Also see:

Amalek, Haman, and Christians

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Purim-Shpiel 2009

March 19, 2009

“…whereas it was turned to the contrary, that the Jews had rule over them that hated them.”

The Shock and Awe campaign against Bishop Williamson and “Holocaust denial” which the rabbis whipped the mob into beginning January 21st was called off by Israeli Chief Rabbi Shear Yashuv Cohen at the Vatican on March 12th, the day after Purim. He said, “This was not just another meeting. This was a special experience, a turning point, the end of a crisis …” (“Rabbis after pope meeting: Crisis over,” Lisa Palmeri-Billig, Jerusalem Post, March 12, 2009)

http://www.jpost.com/servlet/Satellite?cid=1236764174471&pagename=JPost%2FJPArticle%2FShowFull

When Rabbi Shear Yashuv Cohen said that his visit to the Vatican of March 11-12 (March 10-11 being Purim) marked a “turning point,” he was alluding to the very essence of Purim itself–venahafoch hu–the turning around of circumstances; the “hippuch” or reversal of roles in the book of Esther.

But this is the story of Esther according to the lunatic rabbis where “Holocaust denial” is equated with complete annihilation. In Purim Shpiel 2009 Bishop Williamson was thrust into the role of Haman, Benedict XVI played King Ahasuerus and Rabbis Shear Yashuv Cohen and David Rosen were cast as Mordechai. “Holocaust Denial” served as the gallows pole which was turned from an instrument of “persecution” of “The Jews” into the instrument for Bishop Williamson and like-minded individuals to be hung from.

Indeed, the “threat” of “Holocaust denial” was turned around and made a “blessing.” The pope decreed that “Holocaust denial” is unacceptable and he exalted the “Holocaust” idol as never before. Numerous bishops proclaimed that it’s not possible to be Catholic if one “denies” “The Holocaust.” Bishop Williamson’s position as educator was terminated while “Holocaust studies” in Catholic schools received a huge boost. Rabbi Rosen said, “I hope a recommendation (from the pope on Holocaust studies in Catholic schools) will come out of this latest crisis. That will be a silver lining to the cloud.” (“Jews ask pope for Holocaust studies in schools,” Philip Pullella, Reuters, March 12, 2009)

http://uk.reuters.com/article/worldNews/idUKTRE52B51320090312?pageNumber=2&virtualBrandChannel=0

And note that as King Ahasuerus rewarded Mordechai, so did Benedict reward the rabbis with thanks and praises, even while scorning Catholics:

“I was saddened by the fact that even Catholics who, after all, might have had a better knowledge of the situation, thought they had to attack me with open hostility. Precisely for this reason I thank all the more our Jewish friends, who quickly helped to clear up the misunderstanding and to restore the atmosphere of friendship and trust which – as in the days of Pope John Paul II – has also existed throughout my pontificate and, thank God, continues to exist. (“LETTER ON REMISSION OF EXCOMMUNICATION LEFEBVRE BISHOPS,” Benedict XVI, March 10, 2009)

http://www.vatican.va/holy_father/benedict_xvi/letters/2009/documents/hf_ben-xvi_let_20090310_remissione-scomunica_en.html

This statement from the pope is bizarre given that his “Jewish” friends are on record as the ones who created the chaos and who only decided to end it on Purim after they’d received every concession they could have dreamed of.

I don’t take it as a coincidence that this reversal of events came on Purim any more than it was a coincidence that the 1991 attack against Iraq ended on Purim or that the 2003 attack on Iraq began, in the words of George Bush’s speech writers, “at a time of our choosing” which just happened to be Purim.

This 2009 Purim-Shpiel psychodrama/production perpetuated the hester panim gnosis deconstructed in Judaism Discovered which teaches that Judaism needs a certain amount of persecution for it’s own advancement; it needs both Mordechai and Haman. Where persecution doesn’t exist the illusion of persecution is created.

The notion that one bishop’s non-acceptance of certain elements of received “Holocaust” lore could lead to genocide is patent idiocy, but through this and similar ruses the rabbis have maintained their control over ‘klal Israel” and, with the assistance of the pope and bishops, managed to advance their assault on Christianity.

“The tree [Haman] had prepared for Mordechai’s hanging became his own gallows, and so on throughout the Megillah. It was Haman, more than Esther, who destroyed Haman … on Purim, we rise above the limited reach of our understanding, and for a brief moment we perceive that ‘blessed be Mordechai’ and its hippuch/its reversal, ‘cursed be Haman,’ are really one and the same.” (“Redemption by Reversal,” Rabbi Ahron Lopiansky)

http://www.aish.com/purimthemes/purimthemesdefault/Redemption_by_Reversal.asp

Also see:

Amalek, Haman, and Christians

Iraq: A Judaic Conquest

December 13, 2007

Stop and think for a moment: the last Gulf War in 1991 ended erev – just before – Purim. This Gulf War began motzei – just after – Shushan Purim. Get the picture? (“This War is for Us,” Ariel Natan Pasko, Arutz Sheva, March, 26 2003)

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“It’s not easy to fight for freedom, the struggle of Hanukkah continues to this day. Today we have Iraq and Afghanistan, just like in the past (there were similar struggles for freedom).” (US Attorney General Michael Mukasey, speaking at 2007 lighting of the so-called “National Menorah”)

Soldiers deployed in Iraq celebrate the eighth night of Chanukah 2007 in Saddam Hussein’s Palace.

Aish, December 12, 2007

Elizabeth Robbins

Celebrating Chanukah 2007 in Saddam Hussein’s Republican Palace, who would think? Yet tonight inside a marble encrusted hall in Baghdad, we lit the eighth light of a hand-made, 6-foot tall menorah. We prayed in Hebrew, joyfully sang a medley of Chanukah songs, ate latkes, and best of all, we were Jews together in the land of our earliest forefathers.

The Jewish community at the US Embassy in Baghdad is growing and thriving to such an extent that we now reliably form a minyan. We call ourselves B’nai Baghdad — a diverse group of US and Coalition uniformed service members and civilians stationed in the International Zone (IZ), known colloquially as the “green zone,” an enclave in central Baghdad that houses Iraqi government officials, various embassies, military headquarters, and international aid organizations.

Full article:

http://www.aish.com/jewishissues/jewishsociety/Arkansas_Menorah_in_the_Baghdad_Palace.asp

Iraq: A Judaic Conquest

December 13, 2007

Stop and think for a moment: the last Gulf War in 1991 ended erev – just before – Purim. This Gulf War began motzei – just after – Shushan Purim. Get the picture? (“This War is for Us,” Ariel Natan Pasko, Arutz Sheva, March, 26 2003)

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“It’s not easy to fight for freedom, the struggle of Hanukkah continues to this day. Today we have Iraq and Afghanistan, just like in the past (there were similar struggles for freedom).” (US Attorney General Michael Mukasey, speaking at 2007 lighting of the so-called “National Menorah”)

Soldiers deployed in Iraq celebrate the eighth night of Chanukah 2007 in Saddam Hussein’s Palace.

Aish, December 12, 2007

Elizabeth Robbins

Celebrating Chanukah 2007 in Saddam Hussein’s Republican Palace, who would think? Yet tonight inside a marble encrusted hall in Baghdad, we lit the eighth light of a hand-made, 6-foot tall menorah. We prayed in Hebrew, joyfully sang a medley of Chanukah songs, ate latkes, and best of all, we were Jews together in the land of our earliest forefathers.

The Jewish community at the US Embassy in Baghdad is growing and thriving to such an extent that we now reliably form a minyan. We call ourselves B’nai Baghdad — a diverse group of US and Coalition uniformed service members and civilians stationed in the International Zone (IZ), known colloquially as the “green zone,” an enclave in central Baghdad that houses Iraqi government officials, various embassies, military headquarters, and international aid organizations.

Full article:

http://www.aish.com/jewishissues/jewishsociety/Arkansas_Menorah_in_the_Baghdad_Palace.asp

Iraq: A Judaic Conquest

December 13, 2007

Stop and think for a moment: the last Gulf War in 1991 ended erev – just before – Purim. This Gulf War began motzei – just after – Shushan Purim. Get the picture? (“This War is for Us,” Ariel Natan Pasko, Arutz Sheva, March, 26 2003)

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“It’s not easy to fight for freedom, the struggle of Hanukkah continues to this day. Today we have Iraq and Afghanistan, just like in the past (there were similar struggles for freedom).” (US Attorney General Michael Mukasey, speaking at 2007 lighting of the so-called “National Menorah”)

Soldiers deployed in Iraq celebrate the eighth night of Chanukah 2007 in Saddam Hussein’s Palace.

Aish, December 12, 2007

Elizabeth Robbins

Celebrating Chanukah 2007 in Saddam Hussein’s Republican Palace, who would think? Yet tonight inside a marble encrusted hall in Baghdad, we lit the eighth light of a hand-made, 6-foot tall menorah. We prayed in Hebrew, joyfully sang a medley of Chanukah songs, ate latkes, and best of all, we were Jews together in the land of our earliest forefathers.

The Jewish community at the US Embassy in Baghdad is growing and thriving to such an extent that we now reliably form a minyan. We call ourselves B’nai Baghdad — a diverse group of US and Coalition uniformed service members and civilians stationed in the International Zone (IZ), known colloquially as the “green zone,” an enclave in central Baghdad that houses Iraqi government officials, various embassies, military headquarters, and international aid organizations.

Full article:

http://www.aish.com/jewishissues/jewishsociety/Arkansas_Menorah_in_the_Baghdad_Palace.asp

Iraq: A Judaic Conquest

December 13, 2007

Stop and think for a moment: the last Gulf War in 1991 ended erev – just before – Purim. This Gulf War began motzei – just after – Shushan Purim. Get the picture? (“This War is for Us,” Ariel Natan Pasko, Arutz Sheva, March, 26 2003)

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“It’s not easy to fight for freedom, the struggle of Hanukkah continues to this day. Today we have Iraq and Afghanistan, just like in the past (there were similar struggles for freedom).” (US Attorney General Michael Mukasey, speaking at 2007 lighting of the so-called “National Menorah”)

Soldiers deployed in Iraq celebrate the eighth night of Chanukah 2007 in Saddam Hussein’s Palace.

Aish, December 12, 2007

Elizabeth Robbins

Celebrating Chanukah 2007 in Saddam Hussein’s Republican Palace, who would think? Yet tonight inside a marble encrusted hall in Baghdad, we lit the eighth light of a hand-made, 6-foot tall menorah. We prayed in Hebrew, joyfully sang a medley of Chanukah songs, ate latkes, and best of all, we were Jews together in the land of our earliest forefathers.

The Jewish community at the US Embassy in Baghdad is growing and thriving to such an extent that we now reliably form a minyan. We call ourselves B’nai Baghdad — a diverse group of US and Coalition uniformed service members and civilians stationed in the International Zone (IZ), known colloquially as the “green zone,” an enclave in central Baghdad that houses Iraqi government officials, various embassies, military headquarters, and international aid organizations.

Full article:

http://www.aish.com/jewishissues/jewishsociety/Arkansas_Menorah_in_the_Baghdad_Palace.asp

Delusional Judaics continue to Label Ahmadinejad as Haman/Amalek

September 24, 2007

“I think it is disgusting that Columbia is having this Haman, this Hitler, speak here,” said Harv Hilowitz, referring to an ancient Persian official who ordered the killing of Jews …

Hilowitz, a graduate of Columbia’s Teacher’s College who traveled two hours from Kingston, New York, to protest outside Columbia, said, while waving an Israeli flag, that freedom of speech shouldn’t be afforded to “dictators” like Ahmadinejad. (Janine Zacharia and Henry Goldman, “Demonstrators Protest Ahmadinejad Speech at Columbia,” Bloomberg News, September 24, 2007)

http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=20601087&sid=aeIjZre2ZMgU&refer=home

Delusional Judaics continue to Label Ahmadinejad as Haman/Amalek

September 24, 2007

http://www.liveleak.com/player.swf

“I think it is disgusting that Columbia is having this Haman, this Hitler, speak here,” said Harv Hilowitz, referring to an ancient Persian official who ordered the killing of Jews …

Hilowitz, a graduate of Columbia’s Teacher’s College who traveled two hours from Kingston, New York, to protest outside Columbia, said, while waving an Israeli flag, that freedom of speech shouldn’t be afforded to “dictators” like Ahmadinejad. (Janine Zacharia and Henry Goldman, “Demonstrators Protest Ahmadinejad Speech at Columbia,” Bloomberg News, September 24, 2007)

http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=20601087&sid=aeIjZre2ZMgU&refer=home

Amalek, Haman, and Christians

September 15, 2007

The story of the book of Esther takes place centuries before Christ and the cross but time is no obstacle to the rabbis:

“..let me return to the term “abomination” and the history of it’s use by Jews as a means of referring … to the cross. The earliest instance I have been able to find occurs in the late midrashic work known as Pirkei de-Rabbi Eliezer (The Chapters of Rabbi Eliezer), which, as noted earlier, was evidently composed in eighth century Palestine. As we have seen, the work’s author implicitly attempts, in retelling the story of Purim, to solve one of the thorniest problems in the exegesis of the book of Esther: Why did Mordecai refuse to bow down to Haman? According to Pirkei de-Rabbi Eliezer, Haman “had an ‘image’ [tzelem] embroidered on his garment, and anyone who bowed down to Haman bowed also to the ‘abomination’ [to’eva] which he had made. Mordecai saw this and did not consent to bow down to his ‘disgusting thing’ [shikutzo], as it is said, ‘But Mordecai bowed not, nor did him reverence.'” The author of this late midrash transforms Haman into a Christian bishop who proudly wears upon his chest the sign of the cross, referred to by the uncomplimentary trinity of Hebrew terms–tzelem [image], to’eva [abomination], shikutz [disgusting]. And although the midrashic author apparently resided in Umayyad Palestine, he nonetheless felt the need to link the ancient arch-enemy of the Jewish people with the central symbol of Christianity.

This is actually less anomalous than it might first appear … (Reckless Rites, pp.157-158, Elliot Horowitz, Princeton University Press)

This puts the … abominable notions, “Judeo-Christian tradition” and “elder brothers in the faith” in a rather clearer perspective, does it not?

Amalek, Haman, and Christians

September 15, 2007

The story of the book of Esther takes place centuries before Christ and the cross but that is no obstacle to the rabbis:

“..let me return to the term “abomination” and the history of it’s use by Jews as a means of referring … to the cross. The earliest instance I have been able to find occurs in the late midrashic work known as Pirkei de-Rabbi Eliezer (The Chapters of Rabbi Eliezer), which, as noted earlier, was evidently composed in eighth century Palestine. As we have seen, the work’s author implicitly attempts, in retelling the story of Purim, to solve one of the thorniest problems in the exegesis of the book of Esther: Why did Mordecai refuse to bow down to Haman? According to Pirkei de-Rabbi Eliezer, Haman “had an ‘image’ [tzelem] embroidered on his garment, and anyone who bowed down to Haman bowed also to the ‘abomination’ [to’eva] which he had made. Mordecai saw this and did not consent to bow down to his ‘disgusting thing’ [shikutzo], as it is said, ‘But Mordecai bowed not, nor did him reverence.'” The author of this late midrash transforms Haman into a Christian bishop who proudly wears upon his chest the sign of the cross, referred to by the uncomplimentary trinity of Hebrew terms–tzelem [image], to’eva [abomination], shikutz [disgusting]. And although the midrashic author apparently resided in Umayyad Palestine, he nonetheless felt the need to link the ancient arch-enemy of the Jewish people with the central symbol of Christianity.

This is actually less anomalous than it might first appear … (Reckless Rites, pp.157-158, Elliot Horowitz, Princeton University Press)

This puts the … abominable notions, “Judeo-Christian tradition” and “elder brothers in the faith” in a rather clearer perspective, does it not?