Rabbinic authorities worry Judaic couples might conceive a monster
— and other facets of the Kabbalists' insane hatred for the Judean child born at Christmas
Evan Goldberg produced and co-wrote “The Night Before." Jonathan Levine directed it; Seth Rogen (above, center) stars.
Introduction: The following documetation is from rabbinic and other Judaic sources. Judaic Hollywood translates the hatred we will document into movies like “The Night Before,” a 2015 “comedy" in which a Zionist wearing a six-pointed hexagram on his sweater vomits in a church on Christmas Eve.
Menorahs replace Nativity scenes in civic spaces.
Hanukkah gets equal — or superior — billing over the traditional birthdate of the Redeemer.
“Happy Holidays” and other season’s bleatings replace Merry Christmas.
The profound joy with which western civilization celebrated Christmas Eve until our post-modernist times deeply angered and offended Talmudic and Kabbalist rabbis; particularly the Hasidic rabbis with whom “Conservative Family Values Republicans” are often allied.
There is a religion on earth that regards Judaic persons who are conceived on Christmas Eve as traitors and apostates.
When a Judaic child born in September, nine months after Dec. 24, begins acting in a dissenting manner, he or she is assumed to be a Nittel Nacht evil one.
Who but a Jew hater would refuse to free Judaics from such depraved insanity? The main victims of Judaism are Judaic people.
Is it “anti-semitic” to liberate Judaics from Talmud and Kabbalah?
Do the Jew-hating rabbis term liberation from Talmud and Kabbalah “Jew-hate,” so as to keep their Judaic slaves under their thumbs?
This is a question almost no one asks and because we pose this question in love and in opposition to hatred, we are dangerous to the empire of evil because we act in the same disarming spirit as Jesus Christ.
In Orthodox Judaism Christmas Eve is an accursed night which Talmudic and Kabalistic rabbis refer to as Nittel Nacht (“Nittel Night”). “Nitel Nacht is the eve of the non-Jewish holiday celebrating the birth of the Nazarene (Divrei Yatziv O.C. 2 240:1).
The rabbinic Kabbalists believe Judaic traitors are conceived on Christmas Eve and as a result Hasaidic rabbis forbid couples from sex on Nittel Nacht.
Studying the Talmud is also forbidden, although some choose to read the notorious book of hate, Toledot Yeshu instead, which consists of stories claiming that Jesus (Yeshu) was an illegitimate child born of a harlot; that he practiced magic and seduced women, and died a shameful death.
Christmas Eve was a time when dark forces were about, rendering it unfit for the purity of Talmud study. [Source: Forward, NY Zionist newspaper]
The basis of the custom not to learn Talmud on the night of the Christian holiday is kabbalistic in nature. See: Shem Mishmuel Derush Chanukah 5677, and Sefer Regel Yeshara 10.
Sefer Kedushat Tziyon (page 129) points out that the Gemara (Talmud Bavli, Sanhedrin 107b), teaches that the founder of Christianity was a student of Rabi Yehoshua ben Perachya. In spite of his considerable accomplishments in Torah study, he managed to become a blasphemer. Hence the Talmud (the oral “Torah” committed to writing) is not allowed on Christmas Eve.
Why no sex on Christmas Eve? Because “many sinful Jews (Poshei Yisrael) are conceived on that night" (Christmas Eve). Source: Nitei Gavriel Chanukah p. 410; Shaareiy Halacha Uminhag 4/132; Shulchan Menachem 6/242; Igros Kodesh 4/424.
How Hasidic Jews 'Celebrate' Christmas
On Nittel Nacht - otherwise known to the world as Christmas Eve - Hasidic Jews believe that evil inclinations are at full force. On this night, Hasidim believe, the kelipot – vessels, or manifestation of evil forces – become stronger. Sefer Haminhagim (The Book of Customs) teaches that most heretics who abandoned their faith and converted from Judaism were born after illegal coupling on the first Christian’s birthday.
"Some rebbes used to mark the gentile holiday by ripping up toilet paper for every Shabbat (Sabbath) for the rest of the year. This was not just a simple show of contempt for those who believe in the Holy Trinity – it was a serious show of contempt. The books of the kabbalah treat Christianity as waste detached from the nation of Israel.
"Remembering to hate the goy...on the night (Christmas Eve) in which the powers of evil are strengthening....The Nittel Nacht is a night of remembrance of the persecution of the Jews by the Christians and the night in which it is remembered to hate them... (the Christians).” [End quote; emphasis supplied].
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