Thursday, 13 October 2011



Christianity is historically in conflict with Jewish values and the Christian New Testament replaces the Jewish Old Testament. The Christian apostle Paul even writes in the Thessalonians (2:14-15) about "the Jews,who both killed the Lord Jesus and the prophets, and drove us out. They are not pleasing to God, but hostile to all men". But the ranks of Christianity have been corrupted, materialism and pro-Imperialist support on behalf of the Church has tarnished the legacy of Jesus Christ, the freedom fighter. And so-called convert Jews have entered the ranks of Christianity, even its leadership. The Jew and Cardinal Jean-Marie Lustiger in France was even contemplated as one of the candidates to become the new pope. On a visit to Australia, Cardinal Lustiger was quoted in The Weekend Australian, 4-5 August 2001, p. 9:
"I was born Jewish and so I remain [...] For me, the vocation of Israel is bringing light to the goyim. That's my hope and I believe that Christianity is the means for achieving it."
This quote of Judaism using Christianity as a means for Israel is corroborated by Rabbi Martin Siegel, who in New York Magazine, January 18, 1972, p. 32, said:
"I am devoting my lecture in this seminar to a discussion of the possibility that we are now entering a Jewish century, a time when the spirit of the community, the non-idealogical blend of the emotional and rational and the resistance to categories and forms will emerge through the forces of anti-nationalism to provide us with a new kind of society. I call this process the Judaization of Christianity because Christianity will be the vehicle through which this society becomes Jewish."

Jewish Infiltration                             Jewish hate against Christianity and Jesus

Israel´s anti-Christian policies          The Church reacts

Fundamentalist "Christians"             In Defense of Pope Pius XII

   Jewish Infiltration

   Jewish hate against Christianity and Jesus
For the subject of Judaism's infiltration of Christianity it is also vital to read about Judaism's contempt for this World Religion:
The "Christians" who wehemently defend the Jews and attack Islam are a real enigma. Either they love their role of being shabbez goyim of the self-proclaimed "chosen people" - the Jews, being nothing but the Jews´ "useful idiots". Or they are they must be completely brainwashed and unaware of the historical Jewish contempt for Christ and Christianity. This is nothing but a travesty considering the Israeli desecration of Christian holy places and the Jewish persecution of Christians, both in Israel but also the Jewish-led Communist campaigns against the Church in Russia and the Jewish directed atrocities and massacres against the Christian Armenians. Christians defending Judaism is nothing but a slap in the face of the memory of all those Christians massacred by vengeful Jewish war criminals.

   Israel´s anti-Christian policies

   The Church reacts

  Fundamentalist "Christians", the Bible and Israel
Based on their interpretation of the Bible and its prophecies, fundamentalist "Christians" see the "Holocaust" and Israel as fulfillments of these prophecies, equate today's Israel, with Biblical Israel, and that today's Jews as the descendents of Abraham. As a result, fundamentalist "Christians" face the same dilemma that faces Israel today, namely, who fits the definition of a "Jews". This also ignores the Jews' assimilations throughout the centuries and the claim that many Ashkenazi Jews are Caucasian (descendents of the Khazars), i.e., non-Semitic. Fundamentalist "Christian" supporters of Israel include renouned evangelists Jerry Falwell and Pat Robertson. Thus, fundamentalist "Christians" shy away from criticizing Israel, while blaming the Palestinians and Arabs for the problems in the Middle East, often using distorted, out-of-context facts to support their claims. At the same time, they ignore Israel's sins, especially the original sin against the Palestinians that started the conflict.

"In the former days God did separate Israel for Himself and give her the land promised to Abraham. Israel was special among all the nations of the earth (Deut. 7). But ultimately the blessing upon Abraham was to be given to all the nations (Matt. 28:19-20). With the coming of Christ God fulfilled all the promises to the fathers (Rom. 15:8). In this age, "God does not show favoritism, but accepts people from every nation who fear Him and do what is right" (Acts 10:34).

All of Israel's institutions were fulfilled in Christ -- including the land concept (Heb. 3-4). The Old Testament clearly states that God kept His work and gave the land to Israel. The notion that God had to give the land "again" is without Biblical foundation.
There is nothing wrong with Jews living in a certain land, but to claim a "divine right" to it and to employ this claim as a basis for disrupting, hurting, and killing others is wrong. God is not with people when they manipulate and intimidate others. God uses the wicked actions of people in His purposes, but He does not sanction them. "
-- Jon Zens from an article (included below) "Today's Israel: Is God on her Side?

   In Defense of WWII Pope Pius XII
"With special gratitude we remember all he has done for the persecuted Jews during one of the darkest periods in their entire history."
-- Dr. Nahum Goldmann, president of the World Jewish Congress, wrote in his letter of condolence on Pope Pius' death.
An Interview With Jesus Christ
By Charles Rayner Kelly
December 16, 2012 "Information Clearing House" -

Interviewer: Thanks for coming on the St. Matthew the Evangelist Show, Jesus. I know you’re a busy man so let’s get right to it. You probably know of the great income disparity in the world today. What would you tell those who call themselves ‘Christians’ to do about it?
Jesus: Go and sell what you own and give the money to the poor, and you will have treasure in heaven. 19:21
Interviewer: Gee, I don’t hear any televangelist saying that. That’s a pretty hard thing to do, give all your money to the poor. No wonder there aren’t that many true Christians.
Jesus: Many are called but few are chosen. 22: 14 The harvest is rich, but laborers are few. 9:37
Interviewer: But you’re saying the opposite of what our consumer culture is telling us, that we should be as rich as we possibly can.
Jesus: You can’t serve both God and money. 6:24 You must worship God and serve him alone. 4:10
Interviewer: So you’re saying we shouldn’t want to be rich, huh?
Jesus: I tell you truly, it will be hard for a rich man to enter the kingdom of God. 19:23 It is a narrow gate and a hard road that leads to life, and only a few find it. 7: 14 Many who are first will be last, and the last, first. 19:30
Interviewer: Yikes, it sounds like there are a lot of rich and famous people we won’t be seeing in the hereafter. What would you tell the Occupy Wall St. folks, who are protesting the inequalities of our economic and political system? 
Jesus: Blessed are those who hunger and thirst for justice. 5:6
Interviewer: But they’re getting beat up by the police! 
Jesus: Blessed are those who are persecuted in the cause of righteousness. 5:10 Don’t be afraid of those who can kill the body, but not kill the spirit. 10: 28
Interviewer: But they’ll haul them off to court to face a judge. What then?
Jesus: Don’t worry about how to speak or what to say, because it is not you who will be speaking. The Holy Spirit will be speaking through you. 10:19, 20
Interviewer: But you’re facing a court of law.
Jesus: The weightier matters of the Law are justice, mercy and faithfulness. 23: 23
Interviewer: Golly, I’m not sure they teach that even in Christian law schools! I gotta tell ya, the police state and all, sometimes I get scared, not for myself but for my kids and grandkids. 
Jesus: Don’t worry about tomorrow. Tomorrow will take care of itself. 6:34
Interviewer: Yeah, but it’s still a little scary.
Jesus: Why are you frightened, oh ye of little faith? 8: 26
Interviewer: Well, okay, I admit I’m a little lacking there.
Jesus: Don’t be afraid. 17:7 If your faith was the size of a mustard seed, nothing would be impossible. 17:20
Interviewer: Do you think we should be going to church more?
Jesus: When you pray, go to your private room and pray to your Father, who is in that secret place. 6:6
Interviewer: The churches are telling people to be critical of abortion, contraception, gays, and all things pubic. What would you tell them?
Jesus: Do not judge and you will not be judged, because the judgments you give are the judgments you will get, and the amount you measure out is the amount you will be given. 7: 1, 2 That is how my heavenly Father will deal with you, unless you forgive your brothers and sisters from your heart. 18:35
Interviewer: There are a lot of people making huge sacrifices for those causes. What do you want from them?
Jesus: What I want is mercy, not sacrifice. 9: 13
Interviewer: But what our priests and preachers and televangelists are saying is so opposite to that! 
Jesus: Beware of false prophets! 7: 15 The tree can be told by its fruit. 12: 34 It is not those who say ‘Lord, Lord’ who will enter the kingdom, but the person who does the will of my Father in heaven. 7:21
Interviewer: Have you been reading about pedophiles in the clergy recently?
Jesus: Unless you change and become like little children, you will never enter the kingdom of God. 18: 3 Never despise any of these little ones. Their angels in heaven are continually in the presence of my Father. 18:10
Interviewer: What do you think of free speech? Does anything go?
Jesus: By your words you will be acquitted, and by your words condemned. 12: 37 The things that come out of the mouth come from the heart, and it is these that make a person unclean. 15:18
Interviewer: You probably know what’s happening between the US and Iran today. What words of wisdom would you give Americans to meet this crisis?
Jesus: Always treat others as you would like them to treat you. 7: 12 Do not be afraid. 14:28
Interviewer: Fair enough, but what will we tell the Zionists who are goading us into a war? 
Jesus: Hypocrites! It was you Isaiah meant when he so rightly prophesied: This people honors me only with lip-service, while their hearts are far from me. 15: 7,8
Interviewer: Is there anything you’d like to say to us to wrap things up?
Jesus: O, faithless and perverse generation! 17:17 What does it gain for a person to win the world and lose his soul? And what will a person offer in exchange for her soul? 16:26 You are all brothers and sisters. 23: 8
Interviewer: Gosh, why is it that humans just can’t seem to get things straight? 
Jesus: The worries of this world and the deceitfulness of wealth choke the word. 13: 22
Interviewer: Hey, I gotta tell ya that this has been great, and probably wonderful for the show’s ratings. Thanks a lot.
Jesus: Where your treasure is, there will your heart be also. 6: 21
Charles Rayner Kelly, a retired educator, philosopher and novelist, currently resides in southern Arizona, USA. Among his works are Little Poor Man: The Story of St. Francis of Assisi, Keeper of The Sacred Pipe, Flight of the Goddess, and Black Robe.
This article was originally posted at Brave New World
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