Sunday, December 30, 2018

Jewish UN plans to brainwash us

The United Nations published:
The unanimous adoption by the United Nations General Assembly of Holocaust Remembrance resolution ...

Tikun Olam (Repairing the World)

The future of Holocaust memory and education lies in its ability to be relevant to the students of coming generations. While study about the Holocaust is important in and of itself, it is even more important to learn from the Holocaust in terms of promoting global citizenship, human rights, religious tolerance and multiculturalism to ensure that such evil does not occur again.

In many locations worldwide, the Holocaust has become a universal symbol of evil. Just as the story of the Exodus from Egypt from the Bible, and the catch cry “Let my people go” epitomises moving from slavery towards freedom, the Holocaust is now the defining symbol of the most terrible denial of basic human rights — an evil that we struggle to comprehend.
Yes, the Holocaust has become a universal symbol of evil, like the Bible story of Exodus.

We have extremely detailed histories of ancient Egypt, and there is no trace of a Jewish Exodus. It is just a Jewish fairy tale.

This UN document explains how Jews want to "repair the world" based on their own self-interests and fairy tales. The phrase is just a euphemism for Jews subjugating non-Jews.

According to the Exodus story, the Jews got out of Egypt by threats, by trickery, and by murdering the first-born sons of the Egyptians. Then God parted the Red Sea for the Jews to escape.

Jewish Holocaust education could be a mistake.

First, reciting certain facts and opinions about the Jewish Holocaust is illegal in many European countries. So it is nearly impossible to get an objective account of what happened.

Second, any thorough education will have to explain why the Jews were singled out for mistreatment. It was not for theological reasons, nor were the Jews just a powerless scapegoat. Hitler had a bunch of specific reasons for hating the Jews. Those reasons must be understood if you struggle to understand the evil.

Third, some people will draw lessons opposite to what is intended. While the above Jewish UN document says that the lesson is global citizenship and multiculturalism, others may see that as part of the problem. That is, if German Jews did not consider themselves German citizens, then maybe the Nazis were justified in expelling them. Maybe admitting some alien culture into your country is just leading to another holocaust some day.

Any Jewish Holocaust education will surely disallow anything antisemitic according to the Working Definition of Antisemitism:
Antisemitism is a certain perception of Jews, which may be expressed as hatred toward Jews. Rhetorical and physical manifestations of antisemitism are directed toward Jewish or non-Jewish individuals and/or their property, toward Jewish community institutions and religious facilities.
I am not sure what this even means, except that Jews will call anything they don't like to be antisemitic.

If you are wondering what Tikkun Olam is, here is an explanation from a Jewish publication:
The community’s secular religion of tikkun olam, or supposedly Jewish social justice, is a fraud.

As Jonathan Neumann puts it in his excellent book To Heal the World?, American Jews have been led to believe that “the purpose of the Jews in the world is to campaign for higher taxes, sexual permissiveness, reduced military spending, illegal immigration, opposition to fracking, the banishment of religion from the public square and every other liberal cause under the sun — all in the name of God”.

It’s not Jewish, just, or even very social, constituting a mish-mash of Marxism, moral relativism and paganism.

So three-quarters of American Jews have contracted a kind of religious auto-immune disease, which has caused them to junk the stuff that will protect their spiritual health while eagerly embracing the stuff that will destroy it.
Judaism is funny that way. It has official beliefs, as explained by their sacred books and orthodox rabbis. And then there are the beliefs of the great majority of Jews, who consistently follow a coherent set of beliefs that are contrary to those official beliefs.

For the most part, nobody cares about the beliefs of those orthodox rabbis. It is the beliefs of most Jews that characterize Judaism.

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