Wednesday, September 02, 2015

Orthodox Judaic children taught non-Jews are evil

At a Judaic school in London 
children are taught that non-Jews are evil 

This news report from Britain discusses the fear that hating non-Jews instills in Judaic children. It says nothing about the consequences to the goyim (non-Jews) that results from teaching Judaic children to hold goyim in derision, contempt and sub-human status, and making the oppression of them appear as a form of justifiable revenge and retribution.

The religion of Orthodox Judaism in general regards a goy as a lesser species of human; virtually a hominid. The bigoted instruction at Beis Rochel school is nothing out of the ordinary. What is unusual is that the instructors of hate were caught and that their indoctrination was publicly reported and exposed to scrutiny, in what is otherwise a media milieu that repeatedly puts forth an image of Judaism as the most benevolent and loving religion on the planet.
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Three-year-old ultra-Orthodox Jewish children told ‘the non-Jews’ are ‘evil’ in worksheet produced by London school

Three-year-old ultra-Orthodox Jewish children told ‘the non-Jews’ are ‘evil’ in worksheet produced by London school

‘It’s not uncommon to be taught non-Jewish people are evil in ultra-Orthodox Jewish schools,’ former teacher claims


British three-year-olds have been told “the non-Jews” are “evil” in a kindergarten worksheet handed out at ultra-Orthodox Jewish schools in north London, it can be revealed...A whistle-blower, who wished to remain anonymous, has shown The Independent a worksheet given to boys aged three and four at the school. In it, children were asked to complete questions related to the holiday of 21 Kislev, observed by Satmer Jews as the day its founder and holy Rebbe, Rabbi Yoel Teitelbaum, escaped the Nazis. 

The document refers to Nazis only as “goyim” – a term for non-Jews some people argue is offensive. 

Emily Green, who used to teach at the same Beis Rochel girls’ secondary school, now chairs the Gesher EU organisation which supports ultra-Orthodox Jews who want to leave the community. 
“It’s not uncommon to be taught non-Jewish people are evil in ultra-Orthodox Jewish schools. It is part of the prayers, teaching, their whole ethos,” she said. Describing it as a form of “indoctrination”, Ms Green added:  “Psychologically, you become so afraid of the world out there after being taught how dangerous and bad and evil non-Jews are, that it makes it harder to leave.” 

 Independently translated from Yiddish for The Independent, the worksheet’s first question reads: 

•“What have the evil goyim (non-Jews) done with the synagogues and cheders [Jewish primary schools]?” The answer in the completed worksheet reads: “Burned them.” 

•Another question asks: “What did the goyim want to do with all the Jews?” – to which the answer, according to the worksheet, is: “Kill them.”

 “It doesn’t explicitly refer to the Holocaust,” the source said. “It’s a document that teaches very young children to be very afraid and treat non-Jews very suspiciously because of what they did to us in the past. It’s not a history lesson – you can’t say that. It’s a parable that is actively teaching the children extremism, hatred and a fear for the outside world.” 

A spokesperson for Beis Rochel said that the worksheets would be amended and apologized for any offense. However they argued the phrase “goyim” was not offensive and accusations that they were indoctrinating children were “without basis.” “The language we used was not in any way intended to cause offense, now this has been brought to our attention, we will endeavor to use more precise language in the future.

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1 comment:

Nicholas Landholdt said...

Well, it's assuring to know that "(a) spokesperson for Beis Rochel said that the worksheets would be amended and apologized for any offense". I sure feel better now knowing the school will keep its word, even though most Goyim are ignorant of what is known by few outside the Synagogue of Satan as the Kol Nidre prayer. The non-members of the tribe will accept that apology and move on with the assurance of the Judaics that they will keep their word and "will endeavor to use more precise language in the future.” LOL