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A Warning Regarding ‘Post-Zionism’

October 6, 2012
The following is excised from an article that appeared in Haaretz titled, Following the dream of a Third Temple in Jerusalem. It reveals many aspects of the dispensational nature of Judaism and Zionism. Increasing talk of ‘post-Zionism’ is no cause for celebration or rest. This is the fake Haskalah (Judaic so-called ‘enlightenment’) reaching the destination intended by Moses Hess (see: Judaism Discovered), the Bernays family, Rabbi Benjamin Szold, B’nai B’rith and others. No one should be deceived into believing that a new temple in Jerusalem would end Judaic hostility.

‘Zionism has brought us to here and now it’s time to move on, to continue from here. And this is the time of our redemption.’

‘… the expression of an almost inevitable development of the Zionist project’

Post-Zionism and the Temple

Dr. Ron Naiweld, who studies the literature of Hazal ‏(the ancient Jewish sages‏) at CNRS ‏(the National Center for Scientific Research‏) in France, and is doing research on the “rabbinization” of the Jewish world, sees the growth of the Temple movements as part of a post-Zionist trend. “The Zionist project has, in a way, run its course, and in its place movements are arising that are asking questions about the substance, content and legitimacy of that project,” he said. “It is yet another post-Zionist movement, really − like the ‘state of all its citizens’ idea. It’s a movement that said: ‘Zionism has brought us to here and now it’s time to move on, to continue from here. And this is the time of our redemption.’

“The religious redemption discourse possesses a logic of its own,” he continued. “The issue of the Temple remains a last protuberance, a dangling tooth that enables the religious Zionists to say, in the face of the religious injunction not to hasten the end, ‘Look, we are not hastening the end; when it comes to the Temple, we are waiting.’ It remains a last, disconnected remnant from all the rest of the activity of the religious Zionist movement. The messianic fervor, which assumed strong activist traits in the settlement project, shunted everything else aside. You cling to every bit of desolate land of a downtrodden Palestinian village, but you forgo the Temple Mount? There really is no logic to it. Until 1967, there was a compromise between two types of discourse, but after 1967, religious Zionism became more militant, with messianic fervor gaining the upper hand over pragmatism.”

From the time of the Second Temple, Naiweld explained, there have been two approaches in the Jewish world to the essence of halakhic law. “Daniel Schwartz addressed this subject 20 years ago in a groundbreaking article. There is the approach of the priests, which presents a realistic conception of halakha, holding that the law is determined by the nature of things. In other words, something will be pure or impure because it is pure or impure by the nature of its creation; because God created it pure or impure. In the face of this, there is the Pharisaic-rabbinical conception of the law, which is a nominalist concept. It holds that the halakha was determined by the human agent, which in the case of the Talmud consists of a group of rabbis who decide whether something is pure or impure, and this categorization does not derive from the inherent nature of the things.

“The struggle between these two approaches existed throughout Jewish history,” he added. “In the Second Temple period, it is seen in the struggle between the Pharisees and the Sadducees. You can see it in the form of people like [the late] Yeshayahu Leibowitz, who sanctify the law, the halakha, which is the determining element: intellectual religiosity, as compared with messianic movements − for whom halakha is divine law, because it expresses the true nature of objects and of human beings. That is why viewpoints like this will assume a very essentialist direction in terms of racism as well, because of the difference between Jews and Gentiles: A Jew is by the nature of his creation a purer being. Similarly with the holiness of the land: The soil of Israel is essentially holier, the stones are holier because the land was destined by God to serve as the place of the Children of Israel.”

Can it be said that these movements are the avant-garde of contemporary Judaism?

“It is an avant-garde that is the expression of an almost inevitable development of the Zionist project. And secular Zionism has nothing of interest to offer that can withstand these arguments. After all, the redemption is already under way; the Jews have already returned to the Land of Israel and the settlement enterprise is highly active. It doesn’t make sense for that activism to stop just before the Temple. That is the next logical target. There is no reason to stop at the Holy of Holies. If everything is so holy, then what is holiest is even more holy.”

Full article:

http://www.haaretz.com/weekend/magazine/following-the-dream-of-a-third-temple-in-jerusalem.premium-1.468221

Judaism’s Prophesies Come From Children, Mentally Deranged Persons and Birds

January 31, 2008

In keeping with Cardinal Martini’s wishes, I bring teachings from the rabbinic tradition. This is the religion of Judaism which Vatican prelates claim Christianity has “sprung from”–a religion whose prophets are children, mentally deranged persons and birds:

“Ever since the day that the Temple was destroyed, prophesy has been taken from the prophets and given to fools and children.” (Babylonian Talmud, Bava Bathra 12b)

The Talmud passage then goes on to give examples of rabbis receiving prophesies from a lunatic and a child.

Another example from Zohar:

Rabbi Hiyya said, “Thirty days before a nation rises to power or is taken by calamity on earth, that event is proclaimed to the world. Sometimes it is proclaimed by the mouths of children, sometimes through people who have no sense, and sometimes that word is transmitted through the mouths of birds, who announce it to the world, yet no one notices.” (Zohar II 6b)

This Zohar passage then goes on to give accounts of rabbis receiving prophetic messages from a bird as it flies in the sky and from passing children.

A recent example of this belief in practice was documented at this blog at the following link:

Kabbalists: Great, Miraculous War Coming

Judaism’s Prophesies Come From Children, Mentally Deranged Persons and Birds

January 31, 2008

In keeping with Cardinal Martini’s wishes, I bring teachings from the rabbinic tradition. This is the religion of Judaism which Vatican prelates claim Christianity has “sprung from”–a religion whose prophets are children, mentally deranged persons and birds:

“Ever since the day that the Temple was destroyed, prophesy has been taken from the prophets and given to fools and children.” (Babylonian Talmud, Bava Bathra 12b)

The Talmud passage then goes on to give examples of rabbis receiving prophesies from a lunatic and a child.

Another example from Zohar:

Rabbi Hiyya said, “Thirty days before a nation rises to power or is taken by calamity on earth, that event is proclaimed to the world. Sometimes it is proclaimed by the mouths of children, sometimes through people who have no sense, and sometimes that word is transmitted through the mouths of birds, who announce it to the world, yet no one notices.” (Zohar II 6b)

This Zohar passage then goes on to give accounts of rabbis receiving prophetic messages from a bird as it flies in the sky and from passing children.

A recent example of this belief in practice was documented at this blog at the following link:

Kabbalists: Great, Miraculous War Coming

Kabbalist War Prophesy

October 15, 2007

I missed this article when it first appeared on July 22 of this year. The article states that Zionist war prophesies were revealed in part by autistic children! I suppose they’re at least as coherent as John Hagee. There is an occult tradition of fascination with mentally insane persons who are perceived to have great psychic powers.

Kabbalists: Great, Miraculous War Coming

(IsraelNN.com) A report Saturday night quoted several important Kabbalists, as well as senior Ashkenazic Hareidi Rabbis, as saying that a major war would take place in Israel “very soon.” The reports quoted senior Hareidi Rabbi Baruch Avraham Rakovsky, who said that during a recent gathering where senior Kabbalists discussed important issues of the day, it was revealed through a variety of means – including communication with autistic children – that a major war was in the offing. However, great “open miracles, such as those that occurred when the Jews left Egypt,” would take place. The events they were referring to, they said, would clearly be understood as miracles, even to those who were not expert in Kabbalistic studies.

The Kabbalists did not reveal the specific details on the war, but said that Iran would be involved. Already, they said, Hashem was performing miracles: During the past five times that Iranian President Ahmadinejad threatened Israel, they said, major natural catastrophes, such as earthquakes, occured a short time afterwards.

Other Hareidi leaders last week told their students similar messages, including HaRav Chaim Cohen (“HaChalvan”), who said that Israel was in a position to quickly destroy its enemies, and HaRav Chaim Kanievsky, who said that “Hashem will soon perform great miracles for the Jewish people.”

http://www.israelnationalnews.com/News/Flash.aspx/130317

Kabbalist War Prophesy

October 15, 2007

I missed this article when it first appeared on July 22 of this year. The article states that Zionist war prophesies were revealed in part by autistic children! I suppose they’re at least as coherent as John Hagee. There is an occult tradition of fascination with mentally insane persons who are perceived to have great psychic powers.

Kabbalists: Great, Miraculous War Coming

(IsraelNN.com) A report Saturday night quoted several important Kabbalists, as well as senior Ashkenazic Hareidi Rabbis, as saying that a major war would take place in Israel “very soon.” The reports quoted senior Hareidi Rabbi Baruch Avraham Rakovsky, who said that during a recent gathering where senior Kabbalists discussed important issues of the day, it was revealed through a variety of means – including communication with autistic children – that a major war was in the offing. However, great “open miracles, such as those that occurred when the Jews left Egypt,” would take place. The events they were referring to, they said, would clearly be understood as miracles, even to those who were not expert in Kabbalistic studies.

The Kabbalists did not reveal the specific details on the war, but said that Iran would be involved. Already, they said, Hashem was performing miracles: During the past five times that Iranian President Ahmadinejad threatened Israel, they said, major natural catastrophes, such as earthquakes, occured a short time afterwards.

Other Hareidi leaders last week told their students similar messages, including HaRav Chaim Cohen (“HaChalvan”), who said that Israel was in a position to quickly destroy its enemies, and HaRav Chaim Kanievsky, who said that “Hashem will soon perform great miracles for the Jewish people.”

http://www.israelnationalnews.com/News/Flash.aspx/130317

More on Amalek

September 14, 2007

In the last blog entry we learned that the rabbis teach that Judaics bring about their “redemption” through their own actions and that the Judaic “redemption” cannot fully take place until the Tikkun of the complete extermination of Amalek.

The Jewish Encyclopedia further clarifies this concept:

… the rabbis say: “Never will the throne of God—the Lord of Truth, Justice, and Love—be fully established until the seed of Amalek—the principle of hatred and wrongdoing—be destroyed forever (Pesiḳ., l.c., and Targ. Yer. I. and II. to Ex. l.c.). Henceforth “Amalek” became the popular term for Jew-hater. (Jewish Encyclopedia, “Amalek”)

http://www.jewishencyclopedia.com/view.jsp?artid=1351&letter=A&search=amalek

We will get back to that thought on “Amalek” becoming “a popular term for ‘Jew’-hater” but now that we know of the rabbinic mandate to exterminate Amalek as a condition for Judaic “redemption,” we need to identify who exactly Amalek is. Who is it that the rabbis say it’s necessary to exterminate.

Biblical Scripture speaks of Amalek as a tribe that waged war with the Israelites of whom God said, “I will destroy the memory of Amalec from under heaven” and of whom Moses wrote, “…the hand of the throne of the Lord, and the war of the Lord shall be against Amalec, from generation to generation.” (Exodus 17;14-16) Needless to say, this is a far cry from Christ’s teaching to love one’s enemies, but such was the state of things prior to the true redemption through Christ’s sacrifice on the cross.

But regarding the extermination of Amalek, Scripture indeed records that Amalek was completely destroyed to the last man in 1 Chronicles, 4;43, “And they slew the remnant of the Amalecites, who had been able to escape, and they dwelt there in their stead unto this day.” This is circa 500 B.C.

Now, we have seen the quotation from the Zohar which dates circa 1300 A.D. which mandates the extermination of Amalek as a condition for Judaic redemption, but we have also seen from the Bible that Amalek was completely exterminated at the time of King David, more than 500 years before Christ. Therefore God’s curse against Amalek has had no valid application for over 2500 years. Yet, the rabbis continue to wage war against foes they brand as “Amalek” 2500 years after Amalek was completely wiped out by true Israel.

There are many things to learn about the rabbinic tradition from this example. First, the fact that Amalek has been nothing but a memory for 2500 years doesn’t discourage the rabbis from misappropriating and resuscitating the curse against Amalek for their purposes. Certainly, the usefulness of a curse as harsh as that placed upon Amalek–complete extermination under divine mandate–is stuff the rabbis salivate for. So, as usual, the rabbis turn Scripture upside down, in this case by drudging up a curse which Scripture itself put to rest 2500 years ago.

Secondly, we can see what machinations impatience inspires while waiting for over 1000 years for a “redemption” that will never come. The rabbis figure that since the “redemption” has not yet occurred, it must be because Amalek has not been completely wiped out yet, even though Scripture states quite plainly that Amalek was completely wiped out circa 500 B.C.

Thirdly, a vengeful, warlike people who believe in reincarnation are likely to see ancient enemies in populations presently living. The rabbis do preach reincarnation (gilgul) and they do preach eternal vigilance and vengeance against “Amalek.”

Getting back to the rabbis’ misapplication of “Amalek” and it’s associated curse of annihilation upon those deemed “‘Jew’-haters,” which in reality most often means someone that the rabbis hate. Many individuals and populations have been misidentified by the rabbis and Judaic organizations as “Amalek” and slated for extermination throughout history. Some examples, in no particular order, are Rome, Christendom, Armenians, Germans, Arabs, Palestinians, revisionist historians, and noteworthy today, Persians/Iranians.

There is a rabbinic myth which identifies Haman from the book of Esther as a descendant of Amalek. This Purimspiel creates a false association between Amalek and people of Persian descent as the story of the Book of Esther takes place in Persia, today’s Iran, which Zionist warmongers have been pushing to attack unprovoked for several years now. To those of a Kabbalistic bent, Iranian President Ahmadinejad is viewed as the reincarnation of Haman who was mythologized as a descendant of Amalek.

For further information on the Judaic misuse of the epithet, “Amalek,” watch the following video:

More on Amalek

September 14, 2007

In the last blog entry we learned that the rabbis teach that Judaics bring about their “redemption” through their own actions and that the Judaic “redemption” cannot fully take place until the Tikkun of the complete extermination of Amalek.

The Jewish Encyclopedia further clarifies this concept:

… the rabbis say: “Never will the throne of God—the Lord of Truth, Justice, and Love—be fully established until the seed of Amalek—the principle of hatred and wrongdoing—be destroyed forever (Pesiḳ., l.c., and Targ. Yer. I. and II. to Ex. l.c.). Henceforth “Amalek” became the popular term for Jew-hater. (Jewish Encyclopedia, “Amalek”)

http://www.jewishencyclopedia.com/view.jsp?artid=1351&letter=A&search=amalek

We will get back to that thought on “Amalek” becoming “a popular term for ‘Jew’-hater” but now that we know of the rabbinic mandate to exterminate Amalek as a condition for Judaic “redemption,” we need to identify who exactly Amalek is. Who is it that the rabbis say it’s necessary to exterminate.

Biblical Scripture speaks of Amalek as a tribe that waged war with the Israelites of whom God said, “I will destroy the memory of Amalec from under heaven” and of whom Moses wrote, “…the hand of the throne of the Lord, and the war of the Lord shall be against Amalec, from generation to generation.” (Exodus 17;14-16) Needless to say, this is a far cry from Christ’s teaching to love one’s enemies, but such was the state of things prior to the true redemption through Christ’s sacrifice on the cross.

But regarding the extermination of Amalek, Scripture indeed records that Amalek was completely destroyed to the last man in 1 Chronicles, 4;43, “And they slew the remnant of the Amalecites, who had been able to escape, and they dwelt there in their stead unto this day.” This is circa 500 B.C.

Now, we have seen the quotation from the Zohar which dates circa 1300 A.D. which mandates the extermination of Amalek as a condition for Judaic redemption, but we have also seen from the Bible that Amalek was completely exterminated at the time of King David, more than 500 years before Christ. Therefore God’s curse against Amalek has had no valid application for over 2500 years. Yet, the rabbis continue to wage war against foes they brand as “Amalek” 2500 years after Amalek was completely wiped out by true Israel.

There are many things to learn about the rabbinic tradition from this example. First, the fact that Amalek has been nothing but a memory for 2500 years doesn’t discourage the rabbis from misappropriating and resuscitating the curse against Amalek for their purposes. Certainly, the usefulness of a curse as harsh as that placed upon Amalek–complete extermination under divine mandate–is stuff the rabbis salivate for. So, as usual, the rabbis turn Scripture upside down, in this case by drudging up a curse which Scripture itself put to rest 2500 years ago.

Secondly, we can see what machinations impatience inspires while waiting for over 1000 years for a “redemption” that will never come. The rabbis figure that since the “redemption” has not yet occurred, it must be because Amalek has not been completely wiped out yet, even though Scripture states quite plainly that Amalek was completely wiped out circa 500 B.C.

Thirdly, a vengeful, warlike people who believe in reincarnation are likely to see ancient enemies in populations presently living. The rabbis do preach reincarnation (gilgul) and they do preach eternal vigilance and vengeance against “Amalek.”

Getting back to the rabbis’ misapplication of “Amalek” and it’s associated curse of annihilation upon those deemed “‘Jew’-haters,” which in reality most often means someone that the rabbis hate. Many individuals and populations have been misidentified by the rabbis and Judaic organizations as “Amalek” and slated for extermination throughout history. Some examples, in no particular order, are Rome, Christendom, Armenians, Germans, Arabs, Palestinians, revisionist historians, and noteworthy today, Persians/Iranians.

There is a rabbinic myth which identifies Haman from the book of Esther as a descendant of Amalek. This Purimspiel creates a false association between Amalek and people of Persian descent as the story of the Book of Esther takes place in Persia, today’s Iran, which Zionist warmongers have been pushing to attack unprovoked for several years now. To those of a Kabbalistic bent, Iranian President Ahmadinejad is viewed as the reincarnation of Haman who was mythologized as a descendant of Amalek.

For further information on the Judaic misuse of the epithet, “Amalek,” watch the following video:

More on Amalek

September 14, 2007

In the last blog entry we learned that the rabbis teach that Judaics bring about their “redemption” through their own actions and that the Judaic “redemption” cannot fully take place until the Tikkun of the complete extermination of Amalek.

The Jewish Encyclopedia further clarifies this concept:

… the rabbis say: “Never will the throne of God—the Lord of Truth, Justice, and Love—be fully established until the seed of Amalek—the principle of hatred and wrongdoing—be destroyed forever (Pesiḳ., l.c., and Targ. Yer. I. and II. to Ex. l.c.). Henceforth “Amalek” became the popular term for Jew-hater. (Jewish Encyclopedia, “Amalek”)

http://www.jewishencyclopedia.com/view.jsp?artid=1351&letter=A&search=amalek

We will get back to that thought on “Amalek” becoming “a popular term for ‘Jew’-hater” but now that we know of the rabbinic mandate to exterminate Amalek as a condition for Judaic “redemption,” we need to identify who exactly Amalek is. Who is it that the rabbis say it’s necessary to exterminate.

Biblical Scripture speaks of Amalek as a tribe that waged war with the Israelites of whom God said, “I will destroy the memory of Amalec from under heaven” and of whom Moses wrote, “…the hand of the throne of the Lord, and the war of the Lord shall be against Amalec, from generation to generation.” (Exodus 17;14-16) Needless to say, this is a far cry from Christ’s teaching to love one’s enemies, but such was the state of things prior to the true redemption through Christ’s sacrifice on the cross.

But regarding the extermination of Amalek, Scripture indeed records that Amalek was completely destroyed to the last man in 1 Chronicles, 4;43, “And they slew the remnant of the Amalecites, who had been able to escape, and they dwelt there in their stead unto this day.” This is circa 500 B.C.

Now, we have seen the quotation from the Zohar which dates circa 1300 A.D. which mandates the extermination of Amalek as a condition for Judaic redemption, but we have also seen from the Bible that Amalek was completely exterminated at the time of King David, more than 500 years before Christ. Therefore God’s curse against Amalek has had no valid application for over 2500 years. Yet, the rabbis continue to wage war against foes they brand as “Amalek” 2500 years after Amalek was completely wiped out by true Israel.

There are many things to learn about the rabbinic tradition from this example. First, the fact that Amalek has been nothing but a memory for 2500 years doesn’t discourage the rabbis from misappropriating and resuscitating the curse against Amalek for their purposes. Certainly, the usefulness of a curse as harsh as that placed upon Amalek–complete extermination under divine mandate–is stuff the rabbis salivate for. So, as usual, the rabbis turn Scripture upside down, in this case by drudging up a curse which Scripture itself put to rest 2500 years ago.

Secondly, we can see what machinations impatience inspires while waiting for over 1000 years for a “redemption” that will never come. The rabbis figure that since the “redemption” has not yet occurred, it must be because Amalek has not been completely wiped out yet, even though Scripture states quite plainly that Amalek was completely wiped out circa 500 B.C.

Thirdly, a vengeful, warlike people who believe in reincarnation are likely to see ancient enemies in populations presently living. The rabbis do preach reincarnation (gilgul) and they do preach eternal vigilance and vengeance against “Amalek.”

Getting back to the rabbis’ misapplication of “Amalek” and it’s associated curse of annihilation upon those deemed “‘Jew’-haters,” which in reality most often means someone that the rabbis hate. Many individuals and populations have been misidentified by the rabbis and Judaic organizations as “Amalek” and slated for extermination throughout history. Some examples, in no particular order, are Rome, Christendom, Armenians, Germans, Arabs, Palestinians, revisionist historians, and noteworthy today, Persians/Iranians.

There is a rabbinic myth which identifies Haman from the book of Esther as a descendant of Amalek. This Purimspiel creates a false association between Amalek and people of Persian descent as the story of the Book of Esther takes place in Persia, today’s Iran, which Zionist warmongers have been pushing to attack unprovoked for several years now. To those of a Kabbalistic bent, Iranian President Ahmadinejad is viewed as the reincarnation of Haman who was mythologized as a descendant of Amalek.

For further information on the Judaic misuse of the epithet, “Amalek,” watch the following video:

More on Amalek

September 14, 2007

In the last blog entry we learned that the rabbis teach that Judaics bring about their “redemption” through their own actions (Tikkun Olam) and that the Judaic “redemption” cannot fully take place until the Tikkun of the complete extermination of Amalek.

The Jewish Encyclopedia further clarifies this concept:

… the rabbis say: “Never will the throne of God—the Lord of Truth, Justice, and Love—be fully established until the seed of Amalek—the principle of hatred and wrongdoing—be destroyed forever (Pesiḳ., l.c., and Targ. Yer. I. and II. to Ex. l.c.). Henceforth “Amalek” became the popular term for Jew-hater. (Jewish Encyclopedia, “Amalek”)

http://www.jewishencyclopedia.com/view.jsp?artid=1351&letter=A&search=amalek

We will get back to that thought on “Amalek” becoming “a popular term for ‘Jew’-hater” but now that we know of the rabbinic mandate to exterminate Amalek as a condition for Judaic “redemption,” we need to identify who exactly Amalek is. Who is it that the rabbis say it’s necessary to exterminate.

Biblical Scripture speaks of Amalek as a tribe that waged war with the Israelites of whom God said, “I will destroy the memory of Amalec from under heaven” and of whom Moses wrote, “…the hand of the throne of the Lord, and the war of the Lord shall be against Amalec, from generation to generation.” (Exodus 17;14-16) Needless to say, this is a far cry from Christ’s teaching to love one’s enemies, but such was the state of things prior to the true redemption through Christ’s sacrifice on the cross.

But regarding the extermination of Amalek, Scripture indeed records that Amalek was completely destroyed to the last man in 1 Chronicles, 4;43, “And they slew the remnant of the Amalecites, who had been able to escape, and they dwelt there in their stead unto this day.” This is circa 500 B.C.

Now, we have seen the quotation from the Zohar which dates circa 1300 A.D. which mandates the extermination of Amalek as a condition for Judaic redemption, but we have also seen from the Bible that Amalek was completely exterminated at the time of King David, more than 500 years before Christ. Therefore God’s curse against Amalek has had no valid application for over 2500 years. Yet, the rabbis continue to wage war against foes they brand as “Amalek” 2500 years after Amalek was completely wiped out by true Israel.

There are many things to learn about the rabbinic tradition from this example. First, the fact that Amalek has been nothing but a memory for 2500 years doesn’t discourage the rabbis from misappropriating and resuscitating the curse against Amalek for their purposes. Certainly, the usefulness of a curse as harsh as that placed upon Amalek–complete extermination under divine mandate–is stuff the rabbis salivate for. So, as usual, the rabbis turn Scripture upside down, in this case by drudging up a curse which Scripture itself put to rest 2500 years ago.

Secondly, we can see what machinations impatience inspires while waiting for over 1000 years for a “redemption” that will never come. The rabbis figure that since the “redemption” has not yet occurred, it must be because Amalek has not been completely wiped out yet, even though Scripture states quite plainly that Amalek was completely wiped out circa 500 B.C.

Thirdly, a vengeful, warlike people who believe in reincarnation are likely to see ancient enemies in populations presently living. The rabbis do preach reincarnation (gilgul) and they do preach eternal vigilance and vengeance against “Amalek.”

Getting back to the rabbis’ misapplication of “Amalek” and it’s associated curse of annihilation upon those deemed “‘Jew’-haters,” which in reality most often means someone that the rabbis hate. Many individuals and populations have been misidentified by the rabbis and Judaic organizations as “Amalek” and slated for extermination throughout history. Some examples, in no particular order, are Rome, Christendom, Armenians, Germans, Arabs, Palestinians, revisionist historians, and noteworthy today, Persians/Iranians.

There is a rabbinic myth which identifies Haman from the book of Esther as a descendant of Amalek. This Purimspiel creates a false association between Amalek and people of Persian descent as the story of the Book of Esther takes place in Persia, today’s Iran, which Zionist warmongers have been pushing to attack unprovoked for several years now. To those of a Kabbalistic bent, Iranian President Ahmadinejad is viewed as the reincarnation of Haman who was mythologized as a descendant of Amalek.

For further information on the Judaic misuse of the epithet, “Amalek,” watch the following video:

Judaic "Redemption" Comes Through Extermination of "Amalek"

September 12, 2007

Redemption is no more than the external manifestation of the inner state of tikkun (“restitution”) which depends on the deeds of Israel and a realization of the way of life which the Kabbalah preaches. The fact of tikkun is not something which depends on a miracle, but rather on human action … [the Messiah’s] coming is conditional upon the accomplishment of the task of Israel in the “tikkun of the world.” According to this latter view, there is a human and historical preparation for redemption and the Messiah will come automatically if this preparation is completed. This belief is widespread among the disciples of Isaac Luria, and it follows logically from the basic assumptions of Lurianic Kabbalah. (Encyclopedia Judaica, “Redemption”)

The main concern of Lurianic Kabbalah, as has been mentioned, is with the details of the process of tikkun … certain concluding actions have been reserved for man. These are the ultimate aim of creation, and the completion of tikkun, which is synonymous with the redemption, depends on man’s performing them. (Encyclopedia Judaica, “Kabbalah”)

Now that we know that Kabbalism maintains that Judaics themselves bring about their own redemption (laying bare the self-worship of Judaism), it’s interesting to note what conditions must be fulfilled according to Kabbalah in order for “redemption” to take place:

“But withal redemption will not be complete until Amalek will be exterminated, for against Amalek the oath was taken that “the Lord will have war against Amalek from generation to generation” (Ex. XVII,16). (Soncino Zohar, Bereshith, Folio 25b)

As a side note, Daniel Matt’s recently published English translation of the Zohar has omitted this genocidal prophesy completely without even a footnote explaining it’s absence. I can’t imagine why. In fact, folios 22b through 29a are completely missing. It must have been the Christian censors! Ha! I shall be interested to see if Matt censors Zohar III 282a (which places Jesus next to Muhammad amid worms, dung, dead dogs and assess) from a forthcoming volume of his English translated Zohar.

Benedict XVI says that Judaic anticipation of “the Messiah” is not in vain. For the good of all of those unfortunate to be categorized as “Amalek” by the rabbis I wish that he would cease encouraging those psychopaths.

And for all of those who have been duped into accepting the Neturei Karta, Satmar and other anti-Zionist “Torah-true” Hasidim as allies, I would let you in on the fact that the Zohar quoted above is the “Torah” that they are true to.