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- Sep 19, 2021
The religious frippery is uninteresting. This only serves to educate Jews within this sect. Decided what they did in the further course of world history and the same pattern always emerges. They come to a foreign country, choose tools such as religions or political movements (conflict parties), infiltrate them and then use the power they gain to start revolutions. For this purpose, with lying promises, they accumulate a revolutionary subject of stupid goys who slaughter their own brothers who stand in the way of the Jews on the way to complete power and undisturbed expansion. Once this is achieved, they attack other countries that represent economic competitors (Germany 1914-1918) or use lying propaganda (again) to rally the masses to "intervene" and "punish" other peoples other peoples who dared to stop the same Jewish revolution in their countries or to revise the consequences of oppression and disenfranchisement by external (Jewish-controlled) enemies. (Germany 1939-1945).@Copexodius Maximus
Let me give you an example of what I would consider REAL Judaism.
Let us suppose that in the late 2nd century AD (when it had become clear that the Jews would not be able to reconquer Jerusalem or rebuild the Temple anytime soon), a prophet appeared and said:
Guys, I have been sent by Hashem to tell you this: Hashem punished us for our many sins by withdrawing from our midst and letting the Romans destroy His House. The faithful among Hashem's people will accept the punishment from Hashem. They will return to the desert and build a tent like in the time of Moses. They will build it according to the specifications contained in the Torah and the sons of Levi will conduct sacrifices there as Hashem specified, also in the Torah. The faithful among Hashem's people will become pastoralists once again, like in the time of Moses, and they will wait in the deserts of Syria and Arabia until Hashem gives them the signal to return to Jerusalem and re-establish Hashem's house there.
This would have been a sincere effort at continuing real Judaism because it would have respected the spirit of the Torah. All the fundamental features described therein would have been preserved in this scenario.
But of course, no Jew wanted to do that. No Jew wanted to become a Bedouin once again. The Torah is supposed to be "LAW", right? How is it that no modern Jew follows THE LAW then? It would have been POSSIBLE to follow it, like I showed above.
That is why I am saying that, from that time onward, Judaism disappeared, because no one wanted to make the necessary effort to actually practice it.
The Christians were honest about it. They said, "This is a New Thing; a New Covenant"
RTPers decided to be dishonest. They said "We are still Jews, even though we are doing something completely different".
This dishonesty is at the heart of modern "Judaism". It contributes to the bad reputation "Jews" have. Everyone senses that there is something fishy about this religion. That is why Luther wrote "On the Jews and their lies", etc
White people need only look at the Jewish problem from this point of view. The reference to Christianity is meaningless and can therefore be dropped. Officially, the Nazis took Christianity into account in the Third Reich. But only because a lot of Germans still felt drawn to it. In fact, they increasingly restricted the rights of the churches. Even the concordat was effectively dissolved by the abolition of the church tax in 1943, when the course of the war meant that there was no longer any need to take Rome into account. Pastors were increasingly subject to repression by the Gestapo. In very small editions of writings that were primarily aimed at the SS, the party also circulated anti-Christian viewpoints. Sooner or later Christianity would have been openly opposed as a tool of the Jews.
Since Christianity is now only something that is dying out in Western societies, as a Nazi you can break with it completely. It is no longer as if large parts of the population have to be taken into account when it comes to this issue.