Where Does One Read Of Similar Thinking

The idea of calling Christians (and all gentiles) cattle is very strong in the Talmud.

The Hebrew acronym Akum in the Talmud (made up from the words Obhde Kokhabkim U Mazzaloth) is applied especially in Schulkhan Arukh to mean Christians. For instance, the word is applied to Christians in Orach Chaiim (113,8), and Iore Dea (148, 5, 12).

In Kerithuth (6b p.78) it says in the Talmud: "The teachings of the Rabbis is: He who pours oil over a Goi [gentile], and over dead bodies is freed from punishment. This is true for an animal because it is not a man. But how can it be said that by pouring oil over a Goi one is freed from punishment, since a Goi is also a man? But this is not true, for it is written: Ye are my flock, the flock of my pasture are men (Ezechiel, 24, 31) You are thus called men, but the Goim are not called men."

In Tract Makkoth (7b) one is not guilty of an accidental murder when trying to kill a Goi. A man is innocent of murder, "...if intending to kill an animal he kills a man by mistake, or intending to kill a Goi, he kills an Israelite."

In the Midrasch Talpioth (fol. 225d) and Orach Chaiim, 57,6a the Akum (the Christians) are said to differ only in form from beasts.

The gentiles are called "cow and ass" in Zohar, II, (64b).

Rabbi Edels in his comments on Kethuboth (110b) states: "The Psalmist compares the Akum to the unclean beast in the woods."

The gentiles propogate like beasts. "The sexual intercourse of a Goi is like to that of a beast."--Sanhedrin (74b) Tosephoth.

Because the gentiles are beasts the Talmud repeatedly says they are not capable of contracting marriages. See Kidduschim (68a), Eben Haezer (44,8), Zohar (II, 64b). Because Christians are so terrible, the Talmudic Jews are commanded not even to do anything good to Christians. "Those who do good to the Akum...will not rise from the dead." Zohar (1,25b).

The reader gets the picture. The Talmud has very little positive to say about the gentiles. What throws off Gentile readers of the portions of the Talmud that are available for him to read, are that the Talmud has some lofty principles—the catch is that they are meant only for other men— and the Talmud is emphatically clear Gentiles are animals, and according to the Talmud these "animals" can not be sinned against.

It is clear to this Author from studying the Rothschilds that they certainly have this view of the gentiles, and they have been nursing a hatred of gentile beasts for generations. (See chapter 3.3) This Author can't say exactly what che Rockefellers' views are. They are also Jewish, (for instance one newspaper talked about the Rockefellers going to their daughter's Bat Mitzvah.) The Rockefellers have at times said things that indicate they don't think much of the common person. This Author suspects that if the powerful Jewish Bankers have made alliances with any Goyim in order to rule the world—the powerful Goyim are going to be double-crossed.

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