Friday, November 24, 2006

Jews Betraying Jews

Christopher Jon Bjerknes

The Jewish book of Zechariah 13:8, 9 calls on Jews to ensure that two thirds of the extant population of Jews in the world is exterminated,

"8 And it shall come to pass, that in all the land, saith the LORD, two parts therein shall be cut off and die; but the third shall be left therein. 9 And I will bring the third part through the fire, and will refine them as silver is refined, and will try them as gold is tried: they shall call on my name, and I will hear them: I will say, It is my people: and they shall say, The LORD is my God."

Jews do not worry that the pogroms they intentionally cause will completely wipe out the Jewish populations of the Earth. They count on the promise of the Jewish book of Leviticus to ensure that a "remnant" of Jews will survive the persecutions Jews deliberately cause other Jews, in order to keep Jews segregated, which promise Jews believe ensures that some Jewish population will outlive those who are slaughtered by design by other Jews. Leviticus 26:44 states,

"And yet for all that, when they be in the land of their enemies, I will not cast them away, neither will I abhor them, to destroy them utterly, and to break my covenants with them: for I am the Lord their God."

Racist Jewish Zionist Israel Zangwill wrote,

"In the diaspora anti-Semitism will always be the shadow of Semitism. The law of dislike for the unlike will always prevail. And whereas the unlike is normally situated at a safe distance, the Jews bring the unlike into the heart of every milieu and must thus defend a frontier-line as large as the world. The fortunes of war vary in every country, but there is a perpetual tension and friction even at the most peaceful points, which tend to throw back the race on itself. The drastic method of love—the only human dissolvent—has never been tried upon the Jew as a whole, and Russia carefully conserves—even by a ring fence—the breed she designs to destroy. But whether persecution extirpates or brotherhood melts, hate or love can never be simultaneous throughout the diaspora, and so there will probably always be a nucleus from which to restock this eternal type. But what a melancholy immortality! 'To be and not to be'—that is a question beside which Hamlet's alternative is crude."— I. Zangwill, The Problem of the Jewish Race, Judaen Publishing Company, New York, (1914), p. 18; which was first published as an article, "The Jewish Race", The Independent, Volume 71, Number 3271, (10 August 1911), pp. 288-295, at 294.

Racist Jewish Zionist Theodor Herzl wrote in his book The Jewish State,

"Oppression and persecution cannot exterminate us. No nation on earth has survived such struggles and sufferings as we have gone through. Jew-baiting has merely stripped off our weaklings; the strong among us were invariably true to their race when persecution broke out against them. This attitude was most clearly apparent in the period immediately following the emancipation of the Jews. Later on, those who rose to a higher degree of intelligence and to a better worldly position lost their communal feeling to a very great extent. Wherever our political well-being has lasted for any length of time, we have assimilated with our surroundings. I think this is not discreditable. Hence, the statesman who would wish to see a Jewish strain in his nation would have to provide for the duration of our political well-being; and even Bismarck could not do that. [***] The Governments of all countries scourged by Anti-Semitism will serve their own interests in assisting us to obtain the sovereignty we want. [***] Great exertions will not be necessary to spur on the movement. Anti-Semites provide the requisite impetus. They need only do what they did before, and then they will create a love of emigration where it did not previously exist, and strengthen it where it existed before. [***] I imagine that Governments will, either voluntarily or under pressure from the Anti-Semites, pay certain attention to this scheme; and they may perhaps actually receive it here and there with a sympathy which they will also show to the Society of Jews."—T. Herzl, A Jewish State: An Attempt at a Modern Solution of the Jewish Question, The Maccabaean Publishing Co., New York, (1904), pp. 5-6, 25, 68, 93.