After Christmas, The Day of the Martyr
By Michael Hoffman
In the Catholic Church December 26 is the day appointed to commemorate the life and death of St. Stephen, the First Martyr. Why is this observance so close to Christmas? To remind us of the price Jesus would have to pay and that His true followers may be called upon to suffer, due to their fidelity to His world-shaking gospel.
Stephen (martyred circa 35 A.D.), was stoned to death by the Pharisees for preaching that Jesus was the Messiah, and haranguing them as stiff-necked and uncircumcised in heart and ears (Acts 7:51)
Certainly Christians who sound the alarm about the Pharisee ideology contained in their holiest books of hate speech, the Talmud of Babylon, pay a price for doing so, not the least of which are ostracism, boycott and calumny—and sometimes bankruptcy and even death.
In 1700 Johann Andreas Eisenmenger, a learned Lutheran professor of Hebrew and Aramaic at the University of Heidelberg, suffered all for the truth after he published his peerless, two volume, 2,000-page study, Entdecktes Judenthum, having been driven to a premature death by the seizure of the first edition (2,000 copies) of his life’s work, a book suppressed by order of the Holy Roman Emperor, who caved to the demands of financier Samuel Oppenheimer, and Rabbi Samuel Wertheimer, Hoffactor (confidant and administrator) to the Catholic Emperor, the Austrian Leopold I.
Jew-haters and Neo-Nazis blame “The Jews” for this.
Why blame certain people for being loyal to the Talmudic injunctions to eliminate the books of the Christians?
Absolved for destroying Eisenmenger’s magisterial, monumental volumes, is the traitor Leopold, “the poor schmuck who through no real fault of his own was strong-armed by the supernaturally powerful Jews.”
That’s the pitiful mythical story line believed by weaklings and planted by the foes of truth to forever shift the onus of culpability off of Christian/“Aryan” Judas goats and onto soldiers of an enemy army, who are loyal to their duty as they were taught.
This psychological warfare stratagem continues into the present — the notion that it is “The Jews” who are the cosmic fount of evil and not the cowards, betrayers and backstabbers among our own kind without whom the Talmudists and Zionists could not have approached first base in the conquest of “Kochi ve’otzem yadi of Edom” (literally, “the strength of Edom”—the clandestine pejorative Talmudic term for Western Civilization).
The story of the suppression of Prof. Eisenmenger's Entdecktes Judenthum is recounted in our recorded talk, “Eisenmenger and his Banned Book” available on CD (e-mail rarebooks14ATmac.com [substitute @ for AT])—for a price and a shipping rate depending on which country you reside, and we will invoice you. If you have the ability to read German you can also request to order Entdecktes Judenthum in pdf. files on a text CD).
While many Catholics have been heroes in the witness they have borne to the Truth, the pusillanimity of the turncoat Holy Roman Emperor has been repeated over the past 300 years countless times. We have witnessed it among Catholic priests who administer “Traditional” and “Conservative” chapel bookstores, and Protestant ministers who have the same authority. In the whole of the United States of America the only minister of the gospel who has had the testicular fortitude to consistently sell our study of Judaism is Pastor Chuck Baldwin of Montana.
When the Fathers of the ancient true Church of Jesus Christ marked the day after Christmas as Saint Stephen’s Day they were warning us to pause and solemnly reflect in the midst of our revelry (December 25 is the start of the twelve days of Christmas, not the end of the season)—upon the fact that The Way of Jesus may require of those who write, speak and teach His Truth unswervingly, that which was required of Stephen.
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