Thursday, April 30, 2009
Πουρίμ-Ρίχνοντας κατάρες στους "Γκοϊμ"
ΑΠΕΛΕΥΘΕΡΩΝΟΝΤΑΣ ΤΟΥΣ ΔΑΙΜΟΝΕΣ ΤΟΥ ΜΙΣΟΥΣ...
Σύμφωνα με το Ταλμούδ ο Εβραίος πρέπει να πεί την ημερά Πουρίμ: "...καταραμένοι να είναι όλοι οι μη Εβραίοι,ευλογημένοι να είναι όλοι οι Εβραίοι."
Bavli, Orach Chaim, 660, 16.
ΠΟΥΡΙΜ - ΜΙΑ ΑΡΧΑΙΑ ΚΑΝΝΙΒΑΛΙΣΤΙΚΗ ΕΠΕΤΕΙΟΣ (πρβλ. βιβλίον “Εσθήρ”) ΚΑΤΑ ΤΟΥ ΣΥΝΕΙΔΗΤΟΥ ΑΡΙΟΥ, ΕΚΠΡΟΣΩΠΟΥΜΕΝΟΥ ΥΠΟ ΤΟΥ ΕΛΛΗΝΟΣ ΣΤΡΑΤΗΓΟΥ ΤΗΣ ΑΡΧΑΙΑΣ ΠΕΡΣΙΑΣ
ΑΜΜΑΝ ΤΟΥ ΜΑΚΕΔΟΝΟΣ - και η ανακυκλουμένη κατάρα…
UNLEASHING THE HATE DEMONS — Ultra-Orthodox Jews of the Vishnitz Hasidic sect in B’nei
B’rak near Tel Aviv dance on the Rabbi’s table amid boisterous celebration of the festival of Purim.
Generally, Jews are a remarkably sober people. How else could they
have succeeded over the centuries in pursuing their ancient dream
of riches and power over the Gentiles? With cool, calculating minds,
they have advanced steadily toward fulfillment of their messianic
ambitions, while the minds of the goyim have remained besotted and
beclouded by alcohol, drugs, entertainment, and an alien belief system?
But there are times when the self-Chosen Ones do “let their hair down.”
One such occasion is the festival of Purim, commemorating the wanton
slaughter of 75,000 Persians 2,500 years ago, when Jews give vent to
their inveterate hatred of the goyim with curses and drunken celebration.*
Such Purim revelry was once commonplace in the ghettoes and shtetls
of central and eastern Europe before the Second World War, when it was
abruptly canceled by Adolf Hitler. To restore such lovely celebrations
and the power they represent, the allied forces of Darkness decided
to intervene on behalf of Jewry.
And so today, the curse remains and the tradition of hate
in modern-day Israel, in its America satellite, in Europe, and wherever
Gentiles are presently under the Jewish yoke.
As a gift to humanity, it is our task to exorcise the demons and to remove,
once and for all, this terrible curse under which we are now living.
According to the Talmud [Jewish commentary on the Torah]:
“The Jew is to say on Purim Day: … cursed be all non-Jews, blessed
be all Jews.” Bavli, Orach Chaim, 660, 16.
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