Wednesday, December 24, 2014

Attacks on Jesus and Mary are timed for Christmas and Good Friday

Hate speech attacks on Mary and Jesus are timed to coincide with Christmas and Good Friday

By Michael Hoffman | Christmas Eve, 2014

The Cryptocracy has a proclivity for timing the publication of heavily publicized speeches, “news” articles and books that dishonor and defame Jesus and Blessed Mary close to Advent and Lent —  observances which some Protestants and Mormons disparage as meaningless or even pagan, but which the Cryptocracy knows are archetypal sacred seasons linked to the people’s image of Christ, presenting an opportunity for demon-possessed individuals to ritually insult and traduce them. 

Eight days prior to Good Friday 2014, Laurie Goldstein pimped a hoax about a papyrus “proving” that Jesus had a wife (cf. NY Times, April 10). After the damage was done, the tale was shown to be a fake. 

We have witnessed this hateful phenomenon occur in the corporate American media like clockwork year after year.

Tarico is supposed to be a liberal “atheist," but as my colleague Maurice Pinay points out, she exempts Judaism from the focus of her contempt.

Christmas-themed hate-speech targeting Jesus and Mary was also aired by the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) in Great Britain on December 21, 2014. In this instance, the program’s script hewed to the Talmudic depiction of Mary in Sanhedrin 67a and Shabbath 104b as having conceived Jesus after sexual relations with a Roman soldier (named Pandera  — also spelled Panthera); cf. Judaism Discovered, pp. 400-413.

Newsweek magazine timed its January 2, 2015 issue — casting grave doubt on the authenticity of the New Testament and the doctrine of the Trinity — for Christmas time reading (nationally circulated periodicals typically appear ahead of their official publication date. The Newsweek essay appeared online Dec. 23 in spite of its Jan. 2 cover date).

How many of us will militantly protest these outrages and expose them, by demonstrating their roots in unending rabbinic hatred for Jesus and Mary, as easily documented in the Babylonian Talmud, Mishneh Torah, Toledoth Yeshu and numerous other authoritative texts of the rabbis? Failure to do so ensures the continuation of the Talmudic defamation of Christ and Mary every Good Friday and Christmas season henceforth. 

I realize that on Christmas Eve we are supposed to be engulfed in nothing but warm fuzzy feelings of “good cheer,” but with modern Herods still very much afoot and spreading their errors, there never is a time not to defend Christ and His Mother, and I make no apologizes for doing so on Christmas Eve.

I don’t know about you, but I can only attain a state of peace and serenity after I have assured myself that I have done my duty by working at the jobs that I know need to be done before I can relax. I find myself at that juncture on this holy eve. 


Eileen K. said...

Banning Christian symbols in public while pushing the erection of Jewish ones, such as Menorahs, violates the 1st Amendment to the US Constitution. The US is (and always has been) a Christian nation. This is NOT Israel, where this type of behavior is the norm. Freedom of religion is a very important part of the 1st Amendment, along with freedoms of speech, press, and peaceful assembly; and they must NOT be torn asunder.

CivicHacker said...

PBS's Frontline has a show questioning the divinity of Jesus being aired in the week before Christmas. I noticed this years ago. Right around Christmas and Easter the mass media put out stories about the latest findings from scholars about what really happened in the first century. Each year someone new comes along who finally has it all figured out. Of course, they can prove nothing but just engage in idle speculation.

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