Thursday, December 08, 2022

The Ultimate Sin in Jewish Moral Theology

Dennis Prager is an Orthodox Jew and a conservative Republican. He spends so much time attacking the Jewish Left that you might think that he is anti-semitic. But no, he is pro-Jew all the way.

He writes an op-ed:

In the pantheon of evils, among the worst is Holocaust denial. ...

Yet, some people, including an American named Nick Fuentes, aggressively deny the Holocaust, asserting that a few hundred thousand Jews, not millions, were killed.

It is important to understand why this is evil. ...

If the Holocaust is a fabrication, Americans died fighting against nothing particularly evil. ...

That man is one of millions of reasons Fuentes — and those who ally themselves with him — will go to hell. If there is a just God.

If this is such an important fact, you might expect him to cite some objective historical evidence. He only says that Gen. Patton wrote that hundreds of bodies were crudely buried.

No, Prager's real point here is one of "moral theology". There is a Jewish consensus on a Holocaust narrative, and Jews get upset if you deviate from it. Denying it is a slap in the face.

Note that he says Fuentes acknowledges that Nazis killed a very large number of Jews. The quibble is only about the exact number.

For deviating from the official Jewish narriative, Prager's moral theology says that Fuentes will burn in Hell for eternity.

This blog accepts the official Jewish Holocaust narrative. Anything else would be illegal in Canada and Europe, and I do not want this blog to be banned. The issue is out of my expertise.

I am just pointing out that this is a matther of Jewish religious belief.

Prager hates Fuentes because (1) he is Christian; (2) he favors America First, instead of Israel First; and (3) he refuses to regurgitate Jewish narratives.

There are lots of secular Jews who claim that they are not religious, because they do not believe in God. But the core of Judaism is not belief in God. It is promoting Jewish identity and rejecting Christianity. For proof, just look at all the Jews attacking Fuentes.

Christianity is much more tolerant. Christians do not go around forcing others to accept their historical narratives.

1 comment:

CFT said...

Of the roughly estimated 11 million people killed in the holocaust, according to Louise Ridley of HuffPost UK (definitely not a right wing publication) about five million were "gay people, priests, gypsies, people with mental or physical disabilities, communists, trade unionists, Jehovah's Witnesses, anarchists, Poles and other Slavic peoples, and resistance fighters"

Far more non Jewish people than Jewish people died in World War II, This really isn't open for debate. The Russians alone had tremendous losses, estimated conservatively between 16 and 17 million Russians died in soviet territory at the hands of the Nazis.

I am not trying to undermine anyone's claim of loss in the WWII, but I will openly say that I don't give a flying fig about anyone's claim of the Holocaust as 'theirs', and openly roll my eyes when they try to hit anyone over the head with highly emotional casualty claims in a grievance pissing contest.

World War two consumed from 70 to 85 million lives. Regardless of who worshipped what or who, or who they slept with or voted for, or what symbol they fought for, Millions of families were destroyed. No one gets to say one persons' loss is greater than anothers, dead is dead. Grief is grief. All who lost their loved ones suffered. Shame on any who would claim such misery as theirs alone.