On March 11 the Nation of Islam contacted Michael Hoffman to ask if he would corroborate Louis Farrakhan’s recent remarks about the contents of the Babylonian Talmud and its hate speech against Jesus.
The media often attempt to put Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan on the defensive for “his notorious anti-Semitism.” Since the term anti-Goyimism is not in use to describe Orthodox Judaism’s institutionalized hatred of non-Jews in their most sacred text—the Babylonian Talmud—the staged morality play almost always consists of offended Judaics pointing righteous fingers of accusation at “moral lepers” like Louis Farrakhan. It’s a kind of media-enabled psychological warfare.
When Farrakhan defends Jesus Christ against hateful insults in the Babylonian Talmud, the ADL, Southern Poverty Law Center and mainstream media term him a “hater," while the Talmudists are cast as the perpetual victims.
Hate speech against Jesus and bigotry toward his true followers is of little concern to the media. Their universe spins on their mission of suppressing exposure of the sacred hate in the Talmud. In their Wonderland world, anyone like Farrakhan who undertakes that exposure, is a “hater”—educating the public about hate speech in Judaism becomes an act of hate. This is a form of quintessentially Talmudic logic known as “pilpul.”
At present Mr. Farrakhan is at the center of another firestorm of controversy as a few leading members of the Leftist “Women’s March” are refusing to join the witch hunt against him: https://www.nytimes.com/2018/03/09/us/louis-farrakhan-facts-history.html
Watching Mr. Farrakhan’s brief remarks about the Talmud and Jesus, as part of his “Saviour’s Day” oration last February, I was stung by his final sentence.
In his speech, Farrakhan accurately cited the exact passage in the Babylonian Talmud that teaches that for his alleged sins, Jesus is in hell being boiled in feces.
Addressing the Christians of the West he stated, “You wouldn’t even have the courage — the testicular fortitude — to ask them (the rabbis) why did they want to boil the man you call your Savior, in excrement.”
Here is a Muslim despised by Republican Conservatives, doing for the glory of the Holy Name of Jesus what nationally known Christian leaders should be doing. Instead, they cower.
There is almost no public figure with the world renown and audience numbers of Louis Farrakhan who would dare to say what he said.
Yes, Chuck Baldwin, Texe Marrs, Bishop Richard Williamson, Herman Otten and Dave Barley would do so, and may have have already done so, but they have not the fame or international influence of the Nation of Islam (NOI) leader—and few of us possess Farrakhan’s dramatic oratorical command of the spoken word.
After his remarks on the bigotry of the Talmud resulted in cries of “Bigotry!” from the usual suspects, including aspersions on the accuracy of his Talmud citation, this writer was contacted by the Research Department of the NOI, which is responsible for authoring the magisterial three volume revisionist history of Judaic involvement in black enslavement, The Secret Relationship Between Blacks and Jews.
The Nation of Islam asked if I would corroborate Mr. Farrakhan’s remarks about the contents of the Talmud, and its statements about Jesus. The result is the article below, which is reprinted on the website of the Nation of Islam, where you can also find a nearly two minute video excerpt of Farrakhan’s stirring defense of Jesus.
This writer is certainly no Muslim, but I am a Bible reader and believer. I have noted how often the Scriptures speak again and again of the vital importance of the holy name of God, whether in reference to Yahweh or His Divine Son:
“Your sins are forgiven you for His name’s sake.” (John 1: 2:12).
“I will sing praise to the name of the Lord Most High” (Psalm 7:17).
“How excellent is your name in all the earth” (Psalm 8:1).
“Those who know your name will put their trust in you” (Psalm 9:10).
“In the name of God we will set up our banners” (Psalm 20:5).
Meanwhile, the Talmud has placed the banner of Jesus in hell and the ministers of Churchianity are o.k. with it.
Farrakhan is confronting today’s so-called Christians with the appalling fact that they hold in good repute a religion that splatters the Holy Name of Jesus with excrement. Other than some Church of Satan cult, I can’t think of any other creed on earth that would stoop so low or be more deserving of exposure, even as we offer Christ’s love to the Judaic people who are in bondage to its iniquity.
For all the derision of Muslims in Right wing churches and culture, I daresay that Mr. Farrakhan, notwithstanding his Islamic faith, shall perhaps reach Paradise long before many of his “Christian” detractors, who cannot summon the “testicular fortitude” to unmask the religion that teaches to generations of Judaic youth, such filthy and depraved fantasies about our Savior.
Are you listening, Mike Pence?
“The Nation of Islam Research Group asked Talmudic expert Michael Hoffman to view the clip and give his opinion on the veracity of The Minister’s statement about the Talmud. His response is below"
Farrakhan’s Truth about the Talmud
By Michael Hoffman
The Babylonian Talmud tractate Gittin, which Minister Louis Farrakhan quoted truthfully and accurately in his Savior’s Day speech last February, is concerned in part with the fulfillment of Jesus Christ’s prophecy concerning the destruction of the Temple of Jerusalem by the Romans, due to the transgressions of the Jews:
“Jesus came out from the temple and was going away when His disciples came up to point out the temple buildings to Him. And He said to them, “Do you not see all these things? Truly I say to you, not one stone here will be left upon another, which will not be torn down...Therefore when you see the Abomination Of Desolation which was spoken of through Daniel the prophet, standing in the holy place then those who are in Judea must flee to the mountains” (Matthew 24: 1-2; 15-16).
The “Abomination Of Desolation” was the Roman Army. Jesus was warning that in less than forty years it would advance to besiege Jerusalem, and that His followers were to flee to safety, which is what they did, leaving the unbelieving Jews to suffer the consequences.
Because the creed of Orthodox rabbinic Judaism is one of unrelenting revenge, the Roman General Titus, who personally directed the destruction of the Temple in 70 A.D., is forever an object of hatred, second only to Jesus himself. The rabbis of Orthodox Judaism have never forgiven Titus for commanding the legions who fulfilled Christ’s prophecy and destroyed the Temple at Jerusalem, along with the Jews who maintained that corrupt and doomed system. The revenge of the rabbis upon Titus is to tell nonsensical lies about him in the Talmud.
Few Christians or Muslims are aware that in the Babylonian Talmud Jesus shares his place in hell with the Roman Titus, who is depicted as being chastised for the destruction of the Temple by being burned to ashes in hell, reassembled, burned, reassembled and burned again—for eternity (Gittin 56b). In another depraved lie, Jesus is portrayed as being punished for “leading Israel astray” by forever remaining seated in a cauldron of boiling excrement in hell (Gittin 57a). According to the law (halahca) of Talmudic Judaism, “Anyone who mocks the words of the sages will be sentenced to boiling excrement (צוֹאָה רוֹתֵחַת).”
The typical rabbinic and Zionist response to the truthful description by Minister Farrakhan and others of what the Talmud teaches about Jesus, is to lie and say that in this passage the Talmud is referring to “another Jesus,” rather than Jesus of Nazareth: “Many commentaries suggest that some or all talmudic references to Jesus refer to another person” (Koren Talmud Bavli [Jerusalem: 2015], vol. 21, footnote to p. 319).
According to the Anti-Defamation League (ADL), “To agitate Christian readers, anti-Talmud writers often attempt to portray the Talmud as demeaning the figure of Jesus.”
By the ADL’s reasoning, “anti-Talmud writers” are never scholars who are dispassionately committed to the discovery of the truth about what the Talmud teaches, but rather, they are only agitators who, from impure motives, seek to “portray” the Talmud as “demeaning” Jesus.
How the ADL arrived at this conspiracy theory is not revealed, but the undercurrent of intimidation is clear: those who speak or write candidly and accurately concerning how Jesus is defamed in the Talmud are seeking to “agitate Christians.” No reputable person would want a career-killing stigma like that attached to his statements and most Christians and Muslims are thereby intimidated from pursuing the truth about the Talmudic depiction of Jesus. Moreover, according to the ADL, “the Talmud only refers to Jesus in a handful of places, and though these references may not reflect the courteous ecumenicism of the modern world, neither are they particularly inflammatory.” (Anti-Defamation League, The Talmud in Anti-Semitic Polemics [New York: 2003], p. 11).
The ADL expects us to believe that depicting the Christian Savior being boiled in feces is not inflammatory, while any critical observation that Mr. Farrakhan dares to utter concerning Judaism is nothing but inflammatory. The hypocrisy is all too familiar.
Long-standing denials by Talmudists and Zionists and their gentile apologists concerning the supposed absence of Jesus in the Talmud, are slowly being discredited after having held sway for centuries. David Klinghoffer elucidated this development in his essay, “What the Talmud Really Says About Jesus”:
“...the scandalous passages indeed refer not to some other figure of ancient times but to the famous Jesus of Nazareth. What exactly is so scandalous? How about Jesus punished in Hell for eternity by being made to sit in a cauldron of boiling excrement? That image appears in early manuscripts of the Babylonian Talmud, as does a brief account of Jesus’ trial and execution—not by the Romans but by the Jewish high court, the Sanhedrin.” (Publishers Weekly, January 31, 2007).
Mr. Klinghoffer says that the “Jewish community” has been content to let the evil sayings of the Talmud about Jesus “remain obscure and unknown.” His claim is erroneous. The rabbinic “community” actively teaches these viciously bigoted statements about Jesus within their religion, while denying to the world that they are present in their sacred texts. These inconvenient facts must not be suppressed. The admission by Klinghoffer and other Judaic intellectuals that Jesus Christ is indeed targeted in the Babylonian Talmud, has brought with it no substantive analysis of the long record of rabbinic denials and falsification that preceded his revelation, and which continue in some instances, up to the present time. Mr. Klinghoffer is eager to have us pass over Judaism’s system of dissimulation as quickly as possible.
Christians and Muslims are rightly offended at the disgraceful libels, pornographic scurrilities and hate speech in the Talmud. Louis Farrakhan, virtually alone among public figures in America, has had the courage to defend Jesus against these obscenities.
Michael Hoffman is a former reporter for the New York Bureau of the Associated Press and the author of nine books, including Judaism Discovered, and Judaism’s Strange Gods.
March 14, 2018
From the Nation of Islam
Dear Mr. Hoffman,
We are pleased to report that the article you prepared is the most viewed on our website over the last 3 days.
We have just posted this article that refers to your work:
"WHY DO JEWS HATE JESUS AND MARY? Muslims and Christians Revere Jesus and Mary; Jews hate them both.”
Thank you very much.
While Mr. Farrakhan, who honors Jesus and Mary, is vilified by politicians and the media for allegedly saying “filthy” things about Zionists, the Talmudists and their sacred books may say any filthy thing they like about Jesus and the Blessed Virgin Mary without provoking controversy in the media, or among politicians and “Christian” leaders.