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Adam Green of KnowMoreNews discusses the video “Rabbis Explain the Abrahamic Judeo Takeover Conspiracy.” I think Adam paints with a way-too-broad brush and his analysis lacks nuance and balance. But he’s right to identify “Jewish” messianic millenarian madness, chosenness, and “Jewish power” as real problems. For a good historical analysis see Guyenot’s From Yahweh to Zion.


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Transcript of Adam Green’s “Rabbis Explain the Abrahamic Judeo Takeover Conspiracywith commentary by Kevin Barrett in boldface

 

Rabbi: Maybe you shouldn’t tell anybody that I said this, but you know all those tropes about Jews controlling the world or at least wanting to control the world. They’re actually true. Our goal as Jewish people for the last 3300 years, since the revelation at Sinai, has been to control the world. *Is this clip taken out of context? Did the rabbi use this “confession” as an attention-getter, then proceed to offer a relatively benign explication of the “Jewish world takeover project”?

Yehuda Glick: The vision is that Jerusalem should become a center of the world, a political center, but more important, a center of the Word of God and a center of the connection made between humanity and God. *This messianic view of Jersualem-al Quds is of course problematic, since it has contributed to inspiring the Zionist movement to commit genocide in Palestine, and since it implies that messianic Jews like Rabbi Glick want to run the “political center” of the world. But we shouldn’t forget that Israel is primarily the project of secularists and atheists, not religious Jews.

Rabbi: We will rebuild the Third Temple. We will do animal sacrifices again. And God will give us the whole of of Israel all the way up to the Euphrates River and down to the Nile River. We’ll have the greater Israel that we’ve always dreamed of, and we won’t have to believe in Jesus to get it. That’s what you guys are— Maybe you’ll be alive. Hopefully you’ll be alive to see it. But that’s the truth. *This quote is even more problematic, since it implies that the genocidal state of Israel, if controlled by the likes of this rabbi, would seek to destroy the Islamic world’s oldest and greatest architectural monument, the al-Aqsa mosque, in order to build a blood sacrifice temple on its ruins—and then invade its neighbors and steal a vast amount of territory, which would exact a price of millions if not billions of lives.

Rabbi: To return the temple to its glory. Rebuild the temple, restore the sacrificial service. It will be a daily offering in the morning, a daily offering in the afternoon, special offerings on the Sabbath and holidays, the Passover sacrifice. All of this will be brought again. And the future temple will stand forever. *See previous comment.

Rabbi: At the end times these Christians will, because they’ve been exposed to the Bible and because they know the Bible, they know the God of Israel. They know all the stories. They know all the content of the Bible that will lay the groundwork for them to be with us at the end times. It’s basically what he says. And that and really that’s what the redemption of the world is all about. It’s everyone serving the God of Israel together. *As Laurent Guyénot’s book title puts it, Our God is Your God Too, But He Has Chosen Us. Adam Green takes this to mean that Jews invented Christianity to dupe Christians into submitting to Yahweh, who is ultimately a stand-in for the Jewish elite. But that ignores the stark differences between the Torah (Old Testament) and the New Testament. When this rabbi speaks of “the Bible” he means the Torah. And it’s true that partly due to Jewish influence, some Christians have become Torah-thumpers— which sets them up as de facto slaves of the Jewish-Zionist elite. But traditional mainstream Christianity interprets the Old Testament very differently from the way Talmudic Jews interpret it. For Christians (and Muslims) Jesus is the only true Messiah, whereas for Jews Jesus is an imposter greeted with obscene insults. Messianic Jews await a Messiah who will militarily conquer the goyim, the non-Jewish nations. That “Messiah” will be viewed by Christians and Muslims as an imposter, i.e. the Antichrist. Obviously Christians and Muslims will fight against the Jewish Messiah who seeks to subjugate them. Adam Green’s claim that Christianity and Islam are serving the Jewish messianic world-takeover scheme turns out to be the opposite of the truth. It is the Christians and Muslims—the universal monotheists—who will stand with Jesus against the tribal semi-monotheists (henotheists) in the End Times, at least according to the most straightforward interpretation of the Abrahamic eschatologies.

Rabbi: The concept of chosenness designates the Jewish people’s special mission to introduce the world to absolute monotheism and to an ethical value system. I believe the emergence of Christianity and Islam as great world religions represents a fulfillment of that mission. When the Jews were first chosen for this mission more than 3300 years ago, only Jews and Pagans existed. Today, the great majority of the world’s population adheres to one of the three Abrahamic faiths. Thus, we speak of a Judeo-Christian ethic or more accurately, a Judeo-Christian-Islamic ethic. *Adam Green apparently thinks that the J-C-I ethic is primarily about submitting to Jewish rule. Not at all! The original, uncorrupted Judeo-Christian-Islamic ethic is the ethic taught by the prophets—not just those mentioned in the Torah, Gospels, and Qur’an, but all of the thousands of divine messengers who have come to countless peoples throughout humanity’s time on earth. This ethic is universal. It does not single out any “chosen people.” On the contrary, it abhors arrogance and exalts meekness and humility.

Rabbi: No, as evil as he was to the people of Israel, nevertheless, the nation of Edom, the nation of Christianity, and other nations came from him. And they don’t worship idols like we know it in the old time. And there was not that much wickedness in Christianity. There are many good things also, especially that they believe that they worship one God who has a son. But that’s already something else. Same thing also with Ishmael. Ishmael became the enemy of the Jewish people. How much we suffer even today! We suffer from them so much! But at the same time, he is the father of that nation, which was to become Islam, to give to the world Islam. And Islam is not idol worshipping. It’s the worship of one God. According to Maimonides, it is a kind of worship that is crazy. But still it’s not anymore idol worship. Christianity is considered idol worshipping. But not Islam. So nevertheless, we must admit that they brought to the world changes from the old time in which there was plenty of wickedness. That’s why God gave us from the womb of such righteous people, people who became the enemies of the Jewish people, who made the Jewish people suffer. Very much so. But now we understand why they were born from such people. Because anyway, those were the fathers of the other nations. Ishmael was the father of the of the Islamic nation at the beginning. Of course, there was no Islam in his time. They still were Berbers that worshipped idols. But he was bringing them into the understanding that there is one God. At the end, the nations will become one and will join the Jewish people. *I don’t see how this quote supports Adam Green’s argument that Jews created Christianity and Islam to dupe and control the goyim. On the contrary, this rabbi says that Christians and Muslims, viewed by Jews as descendents of Esau and Ismail respectively, became “enemies of the Jewish people” and “made the Jewish people suffer.” He hopes that in the end all three peoples will join together based on shared monotheistic values. He doesn’t say anything about Jews ruling over or enslaving non-Jews. I suppose you could interpret his wish for Muslims and Christians to “join the Jewish people” as converting them to Judaism, but in context it sounds to me more like the three branches of monotheism living in harmony under God.

Rabbi Shmuley Boteach (debating Christopher Hitchens): Going as far back as 900 years, the great Jewish philosopher Maimonides, who was considered the greatest Jewish mind of all time, said that Christianity serves a godly purpose, as does Islam. He respected and admired Islam. He said the Jews could even pray in mosques because they don’t worship any kind of image or any kind of icon. So God never chose the Jews as a form of favoritism. He gave us this incredible mission. One might even say that it’s a humbling motif rather than something that breeds arrogance. It means that if we ever think for a moment that we’re it, that we are the end, God made us the means to other ends, to make sure that we spread the knowledge of God. You are chosen by God to spread the light of God and the Laws of God to all the Inhabitants of the Earth to tell them how they too are God’s children. *This quote, like the previous one, strikes me as relatively innocuous. His view of chosenness as a mission to spread knowledge of God contrasts favorably with other, more arrogant interpretations, such as the Zionist one: “God chose us and gave us the Holy Land so we have a right to commit genocide to assert our divinely-ordained real estate title deed.” Yes, I understand that, as Guyénot has explained, this rabbi’s “humble” discourse can play a duplicitous role in the Tribe’s efforts to increase its wealth and power. But on its face, it isn’t exactly terrifying.

Rabbi(?): But remarkably, in one of the most incredible messianic prophecies in all of the Bible, the prophet Isaiah said in the 42nd chapter that God’s servant would actually bring the light and word of God to the Gentiles, to the nations. I’ve been in India, I’ve been in Korea, I’ve been in Finland, I’ve been in Mexico, I’ve been in these countries from one end of the globe to the other and met people former Hindus, former atheist, former Muslims, former terrorists, former gross sinners, former murderers, you name it. They have wonderfully come to love the God of Israel and pray for the people of Israel and had a miraculous conversion through Jesus the Messiah. What an awesome thing. If He’s not the Messiah, someone’s going to have to do better than that. If he’s not the Messiah, someone’s going to have to do better than bringing hundreds of millions of people into the knowledge of the God of Israel turning from sin, turning from idols to worship the one to God. *Remarkably, this individual asserts that Jesus is the Messiah. That contradicts the consensus of traditional Talmudic Judaism, which heaps abuse on Jesus while calling him an imposter. So I doubt that this guy is a rabbi. And I assume that when he speaks of the “God of Israel” he is referring to Jacob/Israel, the prophet, rather than the modern genocidal nation-state. From a Muslim perspective, the God of Jacob/Israel is the God of all the thousands of prophets of monotheism, and He says the only difference between people is their degree of piety and good deeds.

Yehuda Glick: The Jews will control the world whether they’re going to like it or they hate it. That’s a fact. It’s written in a book that they’re going to admit that it is the book of God. So there’s no argument. *I would like to see more context for this statement. But it sounds like the classic Jewish messianic position, which holds that the Jewish Messiah will be a military conqueror who subjugates the non-Jews.

Rabbi: Anti-Semites like to say that Jews control the world. Well, let me tell you a little secret. In many ways they do. Because our influence is beyond any type of rational understanding. We are a minute percentage of the world, and yet the impact of Jews and Judaism on the world is incalculable in every single sphere. *It’s true that Jews are the most disproportionately wealthy and powerful “nation” on earth. It’s also true that Jews have contributed disproportionately to many fields. But this bragging rabbi exaggerates.

Rabbi: The Jews run the show in the world. Not because they want to, because that’s what God wants. And it’s written in the Torah that the non-Jews admit that it is the Word of God. If they didn’t admit it, what’s the truth? But in the Torah it says that in every nation you will be, you will always be the highlight of the place. Even though we are a very small community compared to America. 300 million Americans, 5 million Jews. There’s no comparison. But the Jews are everywhere. Politics. All the assistants of Trump. Jews, all the assistants of sleepy Joe Jews, Obama Jews, everyone around the reform Jew, conservative Jews, Chabadnik, this convert, it’s all somehow… Same thing was in Spain. Same thing was in many different countries. *This rabbi, too, exaggerates, though unfortunately not in his description of Jewish secular tribal (not religious) power dominating American presidential administrations. In any case, the Jews around US presidents are almost all atheists (or closet atheists, agnostics, secularists, people who don’t think much about God, etc.) So are the US presidents themselves and the non-Jews around them in high positions of power. So the implicit claim that the non-Jews allow the Jews to “run the show” because they believe the Torah is the word of God is absurd. Hardly any of the people in power have the slightest thought for God except when making empty political gestures to win religious people’s votes.

Donald Trump: Israel literally owned Congress. You understand that? Ten years ago, 15 years ago. And it was so powerful. It was so powerful. I’ll tell you, the evangelical Christians love Israel more than the Jews in this country. It used to be that Israel had absolute power over Congress. But I think you know exactly what I’m saying. They had such power. Israel had such power, and rightfully, over Congress. *Trump has been kissing up to Jewish secular tribal power ever since he was “made” by Kosher Nostra kingpin Roy Cohn. In the summer of 2016 the Trump campaign cut a deal with Israel, which put him in the White House in exchange for favors to be delivered later. So Trump knows on which side his kosher bread is buttered. But this has nothing to do with anybody’s belief in God, least of all Trump’s. Trump bows down to only one god: Trump. And he wants everyone else to bow down with him.

Alan Dershowitz: People say Jews are too powerful, we’re too strong, we’re too rich. We control the media. We have too much this, we have too much that. And we often apologetically deny our strength and our power. Don’t do that. Don’t do that. We have earned the right to influence public debate. We have earned the right to be heard. We have contributed disproportionately to the success of this country. Never, ever apologize for using our strength and our influence in the interests of peace. And if you need a biblical source for it, just remember the psalmist who said (Hebrew quote): God will give the Jewish people strength, owes, and then only then will God give the Jewish people peace. Peace will come for the Jewish people and the Jewish nation only through strength. Never apologize for using your strength for peace. *Dershowitz admits the truth— that wildly disproportionate Jewish wealth and power is all too real. Rather than mendaciously deny it, he urges Jews to admit it and celebrate it. That’s the same position Joel Stein took in his classic essay “Who Runs Hollywood? C’mon!” But Dershowitz’s quote from Hebrew scripture is misleading. He isn’t religious. He’s a tribal psychopath. His real prophets are atheists like Leo Strauss and Nietzche and Machievelli. These are the prophets of the strong lording it over the weak. Dershowitz, the rich, powerful Jew, exploited Epstein’s underage girls not because the God of scripture told him to, but because as an atheist he believes, as Shadia Drury said of the neocons, that the only natural right is the right of the superior to rule over the inferior.

Yes, he views Jews as superior, and defends their right to rule over the inferior non-Jews. But that’s an atheist-neocon position more than a Jewish religious one—though the two do sometimes blend together.

Rabbi(?): Everybody acknowledges that Jewish chosenness is a reason for anti-Semitism. However, as I pointed out, Jews are a 2/10 of 1% of the world. Who gives a damn if 2/10 of 1% of the world thinks they’re chosen. (But) “chosen and successful” might be a problem.

Rabbi: Very thank you. That’s correct. That’s exactly right. So deep down, people don’t laugh when Jews say they’re chosen. They do care if the Jews think they’re chosen. So there’s been a tremendous amount of resentment of the fact that maybe they are.

*This rabbi expresses the common Jewish view that the Jews are God’s chosen people and the non-Jews are jealous and resentful. But in reality anti-Jewish sentiments and movements have generally arisen not due to “jealously over chosenness” but as reactions against Jewish collective behavior, especially ethnic nepotism fueling economic predation.

Rabbi: We won the country, the US belongs to us. *No comment necessary.

Rabbi Yaron Reuven: Cool it with the anti-Semitic remarks. Instead of hating the Jewish people, you should love us. You should kiss our feet, you fool. We’re the chosen people, not you. You should actually look at the truth and understand that the Jewish people are the greatest gift to mankind. *Again, no comment necessary.

Rabbi: All the nations will accept the (?) as their God and will believe Him when it’s going to happen by (unintelligible) and his name is going to be one. It’s not going to be idol worship. There’s not going to be any nations, there’s not going to be anything. Garden-variety Jewish messianic millenarianism.

Rabbi Alon Anava: Every Gentile who listens to us: The idea is please begin to search and to start to educate yourself. You as a non-Jewish person, you have the right to become a Jew. But that’s not what we’re here to teach you here today. You don’t have an obligation. You can die as a Gentile and go to Heaven of the Gentiles. All you have to do is to follow the one and only one book of God, which is the Torah. Torah means instructions. It’s instructions for the Jewish nation. It’s also instructions to all the Gentiles. You have to learn the seven laws of Noah. You can Google it. You have it all over this website. We explained it. Know how you have to be a good person. You cannot hate anybody because of race, especially not the Jewish people, because they are the chosen people of God. He loves them very much. Hating them is considering hating God himself because he’s their father. You cannot go against the son of a person and telling the person, I love you. (If) I love you, I have to respect your son, even if the son is not the greatest son. It’s not even the issue here. So therefore, you have to understand one thing. All the religions that came later are full of human errors. Check the books and see. You can check that online. You don’t have to follow any specific code or religion to become a righteous gentile. All you have to do is to keep the seven laws of the Gentiles. And be a good human being. And be honest. And do the integral, love people. Be kind. And for sure, you go to heaven one day. No obligation to become Jewish. If you want to convert to Judaism, you have the right. It’s not easy. It’s not going to be simple. You can stay what you are. The Jewish people never been a missionary nation to one of the people and convince them to join them. We have our truth. You have your truth, and you have to follow your instructions. And you can do very well even without becoming a Jew. *I understand Adam Green worries about Jews taking over the world and forcing non-Jews to obey the Noahide laws. That’s far down my list of worries. First, the pro-Noahide Laws movement is marginal. The Israeli Orthodox right wing supports it, but they can’t even get the Noahide Laws passed in Israel. Second, the Noahide Laws seem pretty innocuous. From Wikipedia: “The Seven Laws of Noah include prohibitions against worshipping idols, cursing God, murder, adultery and sexual immorality, theft, eating flesh torn from a living animal, as well as the obligation to establish courts of justice.” There are abstruse Talmudic discussions about how they might theoretically be applied and enforced, but nothing very realistic. To me, this whole issue seems like a non-problem.

Rabbi: I want to thank you on that. And really, it’s about spreading the light and again, getting in touch, being who you are and and focusing on bringing light and bring peace ultimately, because peace is for everyone. I want to thank you very much, Rabbi. Thank you. And shalom. And this should be peace. I should be able to serve you all. And the holy land of Israel. By the Third Temple today.

Horror Movie Voice: And what’s the punishment for transgressing the Noahide laws? Death. *According to some schools of interpretation. But the odds of anyone being put to death for violating any Noahide Laws seem extremely remote. Meanwhile, secular/atheist Israelis are shooting Palestinian children for sport on a regular basis. I wish the law against murder, which of course should apply to everyone, were enforced more strictly in Israel.

Rabbi: Our job is to bring God to the world. So if non-Jews are raising the world towards God and we are bringing God more and more into the world, we are bringing heaven and earth together. And when we bring heaven and earth together, it is more godly, more divine than heaven itself. We are the light to the nations. It’s our job to inspire them. They’re part of this project. We haven’t done that very much because for most of our history; if we offered an opinion, we were shot. But now the world is desperate to hear from us. It’s become very apparent to Christians, to Muslims, that their innovation on the Bible has not been. So now they want to know what was the original Bible? How did the Jews understand it a thousand years before there was Christianity? We can now really be a light to the nations because they’re listening. And what is the message that we should give our non-Jewish neighbors? God needs you more than you need. Spread the word. *Bringing God to the world seems like a reasonable project for a religious person. But I think this rabbi has it backwards. He thinks the ancient Hebrew interpretation of the Torah is the best one, while the later Christian and Islamic revelations are deficient. But any impartial observer would prefer the Gospels and the Qur’an, which are moral, spiritual, and universal, to the Torah, which is often amoral or immoral, materialistic, and tribal. Perhaps that’s why, of the world’s nearly 4.5 billion Abrahamic monotheists, 4.485 billion are universal monotheists (Christians or Muslims) while fewer than .015 billion are tribalist chosenites.

Do millenarian messianic Jews—a miniscule minority within the self-identifying Jewish population, whose majority is secular/atheist—really have a shot at taking over the world? And will Christians and Muslims come running to help them due to Abrahamic brainwashing, as Adam Green would have it? I don’t think so. I think the whole scenario is preposterous. The fact that there are a few fanatics who rave about it doesn’t make it likely to happen any time soon.

I do think Adam is barking up the right tree with his concerns about Jewish messianic millenarianism, but I think those legitimate worries are misdirected. Adam is afraid that moral, Godfearing Jews, helped by (brainwashed) moral Godfearing Muslims and Christians, will take over the world and force it to be moral. Nice thought! But for better or worse I don’t see that happening.

I think Jewish messianic millenarianism’s biggest downside is its spin-offs: satanism, Marxism, humanism, secular progressivist materialism, neoliberalism, transhumanism, and other God-rejecting heresies. The first Zionist, Shabtai Tsvi, was a self-proclaimed antichrist and false messiah who misled Jews by saying they should return to the Holy Land of their own volition and by force. His cult, further developed by Jacob Frank, became a satanic wing of freemasonry and is allegedly the real religion of the Rothschilds. It is said to involve mass sexual debauchery, the invoking of demons, and ritual human sacrifice.

Even aside from the dark ritual aspects, Zionism is satanic. The motto of the Zionist movement, like that of all of the above-listed Western post-religious movements, is: “Screw God, we’re going to do it ourselves!” And that, in essence, is Satanism.

I do agree that messianic millenarian Judaism has an inherent tendency toward satanism. The original rejections of Jesus as universal Messiah, and of Muhammad as the final and universal prophet, stemmed from stubborn, satanic egoism. Satan’s motto is “I am better than him.” That’s also the motto of self-styled chosenites. Their wish for a world-conquering military Messiah who will establish them as masters and the goyim as slaves betrays an affinity for satanic arrogance and love of worldly power and domination.

But despite their errors—some of which stem from the fact that the Torah as it exists today has been corrupted—the rabbis in Adam Green’s video are not exactly the biggest problem facing humanity. Even in these cherry-picked clips designed to foster alarmism, there is plenty of good alongside the bad and ugly. I wouldn’t mind sitting down with some of these rabbis and turning the tables on them by arguing that it isn’t the goyim who need to embrace the Noahide laws, it’s the Talmudic Jews who need to embrace the universal monotheism of Jesus and Muhammad, peace upon them both.

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  1. You see, Jews have patented automated gas chambers, so 99.9 percent of the Jews will disappear, but the remaining 0.1 percent will be very rich.

  2. Jewish self-importance explains a lot of this stuff. We shouldn’t take it too seriously.

  3. That guy says:

    Kevin your hypocrisy shows more and more with each article and non article.
    What a fraud you are. Of course you fit right in here with Unz’s BS.
    Been a couple of days since the last article about the Blacks robbing and raping any and everything moving in the U.S. so a few of those from the usual suspects (with Unz’s full approval, if not direction, of course) should be popping up any minute.
    You can hide this crap behind all of those.

    No TRUE muslim would have anything to do with this site.

    • Disagree: mark green
  4. g8way says:

    I’m glad to see Kevin Barrett is so irrelevant he has to use Adam Green (of all people) to try to get some clicks.

    • Troll: mark green
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  5. Zumbuddi says:

    Richard Cook made some outrageous claims about Jewish “rights” to Ukraine because “Jews are European . . . Jews contributed so much, in medicine and science . . .” [whereas the Russian, German, Slavic, Italian, French etc. people who are native Europeans spent their millennia in their homeland chopping liver].

    Cook implied that “peace” would come when Jews were in charge of Ukraine and Europe accepted Jews as ‘one of them.’

    Why didn’t you critique every other assertion Cook made, like you did with Adam Green’s collection of supremacist statements from Jewish sources?

    Why did Cook get a Pass but the in-your-face unadulterated supremacist statements of Jews are subject to your editor’s pen?

    • Replies: @Kevin Barrett
  6. saggy says: • Website

    An even better vid of rabbi’s telling it like it is …… JEWS, THEIR ENEMIES, AND THEIR GENOCIDAL PLANS


    Video Link

  7. @Zumbuddi

    You write: “Cook implied that ‘peace’ would come when Jews were in charge of Ukraine and Europe accepted Jews as ‘one of them.’”

    Richard Cook never said anything like that. He knows that Jews are ALREADY in charge of Ukraine. And that that’s not a good thing.

    You must be either hallucinating or trolling.

    • Replies: @Zumbuddi
  8. Zumbuddi says:
    @Kevin Barrett

    You must be either hallucinating or trolling.

    Or maybe reading what Cook said:

    Penultimate statement in the discussion:

    . COOK: “And I think it’s the Europeans themselves, with Putin a participant, who are going to come together and knit Europe together along some lines in terms of the settlement that we’re talking about. **

    ALL of the people of Europe, and again, I consider the Jewish people who live in Israel a European people, they’re all going to have to find some kind of a harmony and a homeland within the European continent. So there will be peace in the world.”

    ______
    ** the settlement that we’re talking about. :

    You and Cook discussed that “settlement” — or two versions of it that amount to pretty much the same thing: You and Cook agreed that

    “A huge amount of farmland; what they call the Russian steppe; and it’s already been called an empty space, particularly with millions of Ukrainians have already moved west to get jobs in the European union, and then millions more are following out of Ukraine during this war”.

    Voila! A land without a people for people who want that land.

    Here’s “the settlement,” how Cook “assessed” that “peace in the world” would come about:

    COOK: “But I do believe myself that Russia intends to eatables some kind of a peaceful settlement with Ukraine, that probably from all I’ve seen will leave a rump Ukraine in the center and the west to become a neutral state, a non-militarized state, one that is not part of NATO, in essence, a Russian protectorate. If that occurs, my speculation is, Putin would not be opposed to settlers coming in from Israel to begin the population of that part of Ukraine.
    Of course it’s not going to be a big announcement, one day it going to be announced, TelAviv is going to move to Kiev: things don’t happen that way. It will be much more gradual; I think there’s a possibility there: I think if Russia would allow that, it would be in russia’s interest. If I were to talk to Putin, I would suggest that.”

    ___
    But you dodged the essence of my question: Why were you not at all critical of Cook’s “assessment,” but used Adam Green’s video to preach your own sermon?

    BTW — enamored as you are with the Abrahamics — why is it you cited Mein Kampf, seemingly as the prime example of evil —

    Then there’s a tremendous historical irony here, once again highlighting the symmetries between Nazism and zionism because nazism . . . clearly did harbor genocidal intentions towards russians, particularly towards Russians in the area that’s what’s — Ukraine. In Mein Kampf Hitler made it absolutely clear that it was a prime goal in Germany under him . . . to take over some lebensraum in that area and to ethnically cleanse the Slavic and Russian populations and settle it with Germans.

    when an even more “absolutely clear” example of ethnic cleansing, indeed, genocidal slaughter, is spelled out in detail in the Hebrew book of Joshua, and is celebrated annually by the Jewish people?

    • Agree: BuelahMan
    • Replies: @Kevin Barrett
  9. Pheasant says:

    ‘Rabbi(?): Everybody acknowledges that Jewish chosenness is a reason for anti-Semitism. However, as I pointed out, Jews are a 2/10 of 1% of the world. Who gives a damn if 2/10 of 1% of the world thinks they’re chosen. (But) “chosen and successful” might be a problem.

    Rabbi: Very thank you. That’s correct. That’s exactly right. So deep down, people don’t laugh when Jews say they’re chosen. They do care if the Jews think they’re chosen. So there’s been a tremendous amount of resentment of the fact that maybe they are.

    *This rabbi expresses the common Jewish view that the Jews are God’s chosen people and the non-Jews are jealous and resentful. But in reality anti-Jewish sentiments and movements have generally arisen not due to “jealously over chosenness” but as reactions against Jewish collective behavior, especially ethnic nepotism fueling economic predation.

    Rabbi: We won the country, the US belongs to us. *No comment necessary.’

    Remember America is the most philosemitic country on earth.

    Never expect decent behaviour from Jews. EVER.

    • Agree: Druid
  10. Pheasant says:

    ‘Rabbi Yaron Reuven: Cool it with the anti-Semitic remarks. Instead of hating the Jewish people, you should love us. You should kiss our feet, you fool. We’re the chosen people, not you. You should actually look at the truth and understand that the Jewish people are the greatest gift to mankind. *Again, no comment necessary’

    Freaks.

    Even if you like Jews you cannot deny these people are insane.

  11. Cohen says:

    Thank you Kevin, always having different guests/perspective. I would love to see Christopher Jon Bjerknes who wrote books/articles on the great plagiarist Einstein. It was tedious work to check tje references Christopher provided but they (almost all) matched.

    The cat is peeping through the bag and almost coming out when it comes to Zionist and Khazarian Mafia propaganda how great, intelligent, brave Jews are?

    BTW. a while back I saw your Regular guest Dr. Michael E. Jones debating Adam Green. It was great to hear different views. In my personal opinion Adam has a upper hand. Just an opinion.
    Thanks again

  12. @Zumbuddi

    Thank you, I apologize for thinking you were completely making it up. But Richard Cook wasn’t saying Jews should be put “in charge” of Ukraine. (They already are!) He was predicting (not advocating) that when the occupation of Palestine ends, many of the Jewish squatters will emigrate there. I am not sold on the likelihood of that scenario. I think it’s more likely that most of them will emigrate to New York, Los Angeles, London, Buenos Aires, etc. In any case, on the off chance that Richard is right, and the horrific slaughter in Ukraine has been at least partially orchestrated by Zionists planning to re-colonize the old Pale of Settlement, being “critical” of such a monstrous project obviously goes without saying.

    And yes, Jewish celebrations of Joshua’s (and Esther’s) genocides are, to say the least, problematic. For the best analysis I’ve seen, check out Laurent Guyénot’s From Yahweh to Zion: https://www.amazon.com/Yahweh-Zion-Jealous-Promised-Civilizations/dp/0996143041/

  13. Zumbuddi says:

    Thanks.
    Takes a big man to make those concessions.


    Hate to be querulous, but regarding this:

    “But Richard Cook …was predicting (not advocating) .”

    That’s not the sense conveyed with these words:

    “If that occurs, my speculation is, Putin would not be opposed to settlers coming in from Israel to begin the population of that part of Ukraine.
    … I think there’s a possibility there: I think if Russia would allow that, it would be in Russia’s interest. If I were to talk to Putin, I would suggest that.

    Merriam-Webster, suggest: “suggest may stress putting into the mind by association of ideas, awakening of a desire, or initiating a train of thought. . . .

    to put (something) forward as one’s choice for a wise or proper course of action …
    SYNONYMS:
    advise, counsel, recommend

    Words Related to suggest
    advocate, back, champion, espouse, favor, support
    exhort, urge
    advance, offer, propose, submit

    That is to say, Cook was, indeed, advocating that Putin-Russia invite zionist settlement in Ukraine-Russia. Or cultural suicide, whichever comes first.


    Ironically, Adam Green’s conversation with Laurent Guyénot about Yahweh to Zion

    led me down a rabbit hole where I’ve explored the Jewish wars against Rome which culminated just around the time that the Jesus story emerged.

    Astounding coincidence that Flavius Josephus, who wrote the history of those wars, is also the only source other than the New Testament epistles and gospels that mentioned Jesus; and that those epistles and gospels were based on the epistles of (Jewish) Paul; are said to have been written by Jews under various names; that the first 13 popes were Jewish; that 300 years later Constantine canonized those largely Jewish compositions likely in a bid to placate persistent rebel Jewish agitation.

    This is a huge topic (rabbit hole) and I’m still in its muddled middle, but so far, the stunning realization is dawning that the “Catholic” “Christianity” that dominated my thinking and actions for all my life is built on not only false premises but on an agenda calculated to undermine and destroy the essence of civilized society.

    As is Richard Cook’s a-historical, unjust and biased “predictive programming.”

  14. Bjerknes, who is essentially channelled by Adam Green, has a well-researched utterly complex schema in which there are two Jewish Messiah’s; both awaited. One is the military political leader, the other is the foil, the ‘lost-leader’ to bring in the goy (everybody but Jews), to be despised by the Jews, only to be redeemed later. This latter, according to Bjerknes’ findings is Jesus. This flip will herald in the kingdom of the Jews, and the goy – certainly the Christians – all will be massacred. Sounds a lot like what’s happening, right?

    Bjerknes is like someone who has discovered a ‘complex wiring’ behind the wall, but the great weakness in his argument is that he denies the reality of electricity (i.e. a driving on-going ‘spiritual’ component). In many ways he’s an Israel Only’er (IO), but without the spirit, the divine. For his schema to work it requires of course the ongoing physical input of the interested Rabbis; not wholly impractical.

    It does make a lot of sense biblically if one has an open mind to its possibility, however awful. It is actually more plausible than subsequent attempts to discern Jesus as the creation of later Roman-Jewish internal propagandists (Valliant, Skrbina, Acharya S., Attwill, etc.), all of whom struggle as to whether did indeed Jesus exist as an actual person. i.e. this particular Rabbinic plan is much, much older.

    Regarding the Noahide Laws. They were passed into law in the US by George Bush jr. They are by no means as meek and woolly as implied in the essay. While they parallel the Ten Commandments, the ‘lawful authority’ is of course Jewish; ruled ultimately by a reconstituted Sanheddrin, and the Supreme Court of Israel. And neither is punishment ill-defined; it is beheading by guillotine. Sounds a lot like Revelation!

    And what really does Revelation say? Take the Number of the Beast 666, on the head or in the hand, or no shopping, OR a beheading. This is the final expectation of Jesus, save more suffering. This doesn’t actually say an awful lot about expectations to what Christianity is really all about.

    I hate to say it but I fear that Adam Green (and Bjerknes) might well be right. Or at least their arguments cannot be so childishly dismissed.

  15. “But despite their errors—some of which stem from the fact that the Torah as it exists today has been corrupted—the rabbis in Adam Green’s video are not exactly the biggest problem facing humanity. Even in these cherry-picked clips designed to foster alarmism, there is plenty of good alongside the bad and ugly.”

    You are a joke and a coward. F*ck you forever for this nonsense.

    • Replies: @Psychotic Break
  16. The Torah consists of the five books of Moses. That’s all. Torah is Hebrew for Law. The Law of Yehowah (God) is written in the Torah.

    The Hebrew Bible is what Christians refer to as the Old Testament (Old Covenant). This is comprised of the Torah (Law), the Nevi’im (Prophets) and the Ketuvim (Writings: of poetry and more recent books). Jews refer to it as the Tanakh, an acronym of these constituent groups.

    Jesus: “Do not presume that I came to abolish the Law or the Prophets; I did not come to abolish but to fulfill. For truly I say to you, until heaven and earth pass away, not the smallest letter (Hebrew yod) or stroke of a letter shall pass from the Law, until all is accomplished.

  17. Rehman says:

    Muslims believe that Bible is a Holy Book God sent for Jesus the prophet (paraphrasing). In Bible there are insignificant word that Jesus said the rest are from the Gospel of Mark, Mathew, Luke and John. If we accept the present bible as holy book or ROOHANI. Then there is a contradiction in Quran. When accepting Bible as a holy or Roohani book. Written by men who were born after Christ death. Dont understand Islamic explanation on the Bible authenticity.

    Just Jews and Christians believe Abraam obeyed God to sacrifice Isaac….. While Muslim (and Quran) version is Abraham sacrificed Ismaeel. What is the real story what is going on. Whose version is to be believed.

    • Replies: @Kevin Barrett
  18. Rehman says:

    Quran acknowledges Jews as chosen people. Which tribe was chosen one? Do Muslims or Christians know. And the chosen people we punished ended up wandering for forty years in desserts. It looks that there is lot of stuff in Quran that is copied (verbally) from Torah or Bible and presented as messages from God through the angle.
    For example Noah’s flood story is found in old ruins of a king statue (forgot the details of the story). Was that king a prophet who received messages from God? Or it was just a story told from one generation to next and ended up in hold books as God’s message and Wahi.

    • Replies: @Kolya Krassotkin
  19. anonymous[121] • Disclaimer says:

    Jewish voices themselves talk about creating 3 other monotheistic religions in turn – Zoroastrianism, Christianity and Islam – each a tool for Jews to push aside and wreck a goyim power which had conquered or was restricting Jews.

    The tragedy is that the 4 Abrahamic religions induced several utterly barbaric doctrines and practices:
    – ‘Eternal hell’ terrorism, avoided in the more humane reincarnation religions, where there is always hope, and a way back to God
    – ‘My way the only way’ fanatic destruction of local gods, goddesses and cultures, claiming that peoples’ native divinities are ‘demons’, another crime of Abrahamic racist supremacists
    – Circumcision, genital mutilation of baby boys, sometimes young girls too, which French Jew Guy Dommergue argued permanently damages people’s brains, and partly explains why male Jews tend to be psychopathic

    Babylon conquered ancient Israel and took Jews to Babylon, and Zoroaster aka Zarathustra pops up in Persia with a monotheist religion (with big Satan-type opposition, so some call it ‘dualistic’), ideas of eternal hell etc … Jews help Persia conquer Babylon, Persia lets Jews go back to Palestine … where a bit later Jews were conquered in place by Greeks who tried to outlaw circumcision, and then by Romans.

    Re Christianity, Jewish writer Marcus Eli Ravage (1884-1965) famously bragged that Christianity was a Jewish creation deployed to undermine and defeat the Romans over the long term, with intentional cultural genocide of goyim paganism, replacing white pagan culture with Jewish stories. Palestine and Jews then came under Greek Byzantine Christians, who never forgot their battles with Jews, and put Jews under permanent ban from being in government, education or money-lending.

    Islamic Prophet Mohammed was dealing with Jewish traders in Damascus and one of his wives was Jewish. Some Jews brag they weaponised Arabs by creating the Muslim conquest religion; Jews helped Muslims to take Palestine on condition Jews would have full civil rights again. Jews also helped Muslims conquer Spain etc … Before 1948, Jews and Muslims got along much better over the centuries than Jews did with whites in Europe.

    It’s a tragedy Kevin Barrett did not stay a Hindu, a better, less brutal faith.

    • Replies: @René Fries
  20. – ‘Eternal hell’ terrorism, avoided in the more humane reincarnation religions, where there is always hope, and a way back to God

    There is absolutely nothing humane about ‘reincarnation’ religions. Reincarnation is the very worst system because there is no real individual control: suffering and fates are apparently wholly random, hellish incarnations are to be inevitable, hence the whole thing is the very definition of hell.

    Judaism is thoroughly saturated in reincarnation. “Not a lot’a people know that!” (Michael Caine). The concept is known as ‘gilgul‘.

    Link
    https://www.faculty.umb.edu/gary_zabel/Courses/Phil%20281b/Philosophy%20of%20Magic/Arcana/Kabbalah/souls.html

    Although some rabbis will deny this when speaking to goy, reincarnation is central to their whole belief system. Throughout life a person is constantly awarded points for his mitzvah’s (obediences to the many Laws of Torah). He also may loose points, for not keeping Sabbath, for example. The Rabbi’s all have a mental model of the value of all these actions , and how they tally, combine and how they may be transferred to others. It explains very well the Jewish obsession with accountancy and book-keeping; money in general, with God deciding on the basis of these points where one goes next. To maintain Jewish superiority only Jewish souls reincarnate as Jews. Goy reincarnate, but only as goy, or worse? The great hope is that we ‘gilgul’ our way up the ‘tree of life’ to heavenly paradise.

    Compare this with Hebrews 9:27
    Jesus: “And as it is appointed unto men once to die, but after this the judgment.

    It is no surprise that the central theme of the Buddha was ‘the breaking of the chain of becoming’ (i.e. reincarnation).

  21. @Not Important

    the rabbis in Adam Green’s video are not exactly the biggest problem facing humanity.

    I think they are precisely the biggest problem facing humanity!

    • Replies: @Not Important
  22. An interesting article, it was quite revealing to hear the Rabbi say, “We own the U.S.”

  23. @Rehman

    Bwahaha😂😂😂😂 Chosen people, my Aunt Fanny.

    If there is a chosen people, (and there isn’t), it would be the Chinese. They are as old as time, (instead of only claiming to be), are as numberless as the stars in heaven, (instead of only claiming to be), have made matchless contributions to humanity, (instead of just trying to pilfer from the entire planet), and have the historical record to prove it.

    • Replies: @René Fries
  24. Anonymous[260] • Disclaimer says:
    @g8way

    But ya gotta admit, them Rebbes kinda nailed the point though, didn’t they? 🧐

  25. since the revelation at Sinai

    no need to read on. As I wrote elsewhere, Jews are a grouping of part of the ORIGINAL inhabitants of “Cana’an”, see Vom Koran zum Islam, Verlag Hans Schiler, Berlin 2009, pp. 60-61.

    No patriarchs, no Abraham, no Moses: “in der Bibelwissenschaft besteht ein Konsens darüber, dass es Abraham nicht gegeben hat / in the ‘Bibelwissenschaft’ there is a consensus that Abraham did not exist”, in: Der frühe Islam, K-H Ohlig et al, Verlag Hans Schiler, Berlin 2007, p. 310, and “(…) konstitutive religiöse Neuanfänge und Zäsuren werden oft mit Erzählungen über ihre Begründer verbunden, seien sie gänzlich fiktiv wie bei Laotse, den biblischen Patriarchen oder Mose, oder (usw.) / constitutive religious inceptions and caesura often are linked with stories about their founders, be they entirely fictitious as in the case of Lao Tse, the biblical patriarchs or Moses”, ibid. p. 346 (bold writing mine) .

  26. Druid says:

    The atheist bankers are Jews!

  27. @Kolya Krassotkin

    matchless contributions to humanity

    in arts and literature, yes. But even there, the really matchless folks rather are Balzac, Goethe, Dante, Beethoven, Chopin, Tchaikovsky, Rembrandt, Watteau, Dürer. Not to speak about Watt, Volta, Edison, Daimler, Einstein, Bohr and the likes (hundreds of them, compared with nearly zero elsewhere incl. China)

    • Replies: @Psychotic Break
    , @Zumbuddi
  28. @René Fries

    He’ s got a point.

    Wenn Sie im Kowloon Shangri-La keine mit Ingwer und Knoblauch gebratene Krabbe gegessen haben, haben Sie nicht gelebt!

    If you’ve not had ginger garlic fried crab in the Kowloon Shangri-La, you ain’t lived!

    • Replies: @René Fries
  29. Zumbuddi says:
    @René Fries

    the really matchless folks rather are Balzac, Goethe, Dante, Beethoven, Chopin, Tchaikovsky, Rembrandt, Watteau, Dürer. Not to speak about Watt, Volta, Edison, Daimler, Einstein,

    from a Newslink https://www.unz.com/news/ posted by Mark Green this day:

    E=Mc2 – Trademark Of Poseurs
    August 3, 2022
    https://principia-scientific.com/emc2-trademark-of-poseurs/

    In 1950, forty-five years after brandishing it as his own, Einstein confessed to purloining the equation from Maxwell. Even this was fabrication. The equation appears in a 1903 paper by Italian physicist Olinto dePretto – a paper Einstein surely read.


    One wonders: Were any of the other “matchless folks” also poseurs?

    Did Goethe write Faust and Dante The Divine Comedy, or were those works plagiarized?

    • Replies: @René Fries
  30. @Psychotic Break

    Of course they are, and that is why I despise Barrett for trying to downplay the problem.

  31. Henryb says:

    Barrett is a disgrace. He filibustered his way through this ‘debate’ but even then, in the brief moments he allowed Green to speak, Green still managed to counter him with solid evidence.

    In the introduction to ‘Our God is your God too, but he has chosen us’ Barrett’s own source, Laurent Guyenot, undermines Barrett’s spurious claim that the founding Zionists were secular and atheistic…

    “Because it is a manifestation of Jewishness, Zionism is thoroughly biblical, as Israeli leaders, to this day, insist. David Ben-Gurion declared that, “There can be no worthwhile political or military education about Israel without profound knowledge of the Bible”

    Laurent Guyenot: ‘Our God is your God too, but he has chosen us’, Introduction.

    The Zionist father of Modern Israel, Chaim Weizmann, often placed on the record the fact that he was a “deeply religious man.”

    For Green to thank Barrett for this “conversation” that was not, is bizarre. Green’s sometime guest and constant source, Christopher Jon Bjerknes, would surely have told the rhetorically dishonest Barrett to “fuck-off” long before the end.

  32. @Rehman

    The Qur’an confirms that Divine revelations were at the origin of the Torah and Gospels, but that the versions we have today were altered by human hands and minds. The Qur’an clarifies what we need to know about the essence of all such revelations, which makes it the Seal of the prophetic tradition.

    Using the language of anthropology and folklore, we might say that any written version of the revelations underpinning the Torah and Gospels that may have originally existed was lost, so these messages passed into oral tradition and were later written down. Naturally the extant written versions are distorted by interpolations and interpretations of the oral transmitters and writers.

    • Replies: @René Fries
    , @Zumbuddi
  33. @Psychotic Break

    no need for translation, Deutsch ist meine Muttersprache.

  34. @Zumbuddi

    Thanks for reminding me. About Einstein, I read in Das neue Universum, now >40 years ago, that indeed he was not the originator of E=Mc2; but having been subscriber to the Dutch scientific monthly Natuurwetenschap en techniek for as long, I am sure I could, if desired, find any summing-up of his other achievements. Problem is, all those numbers have been put, when last moving, into the garden cabin, without order I fear.

    Goethe’s Faust, it is well known, has an antecedent in German literature, should be easy to find. As to Dante, I am not so sure. Of course I have read the Divina Commedia (in the original Italian or rather Florentine language, edizioni Mondadori, with on average 50 lines of notes for 5 lines of text), but what IMO really matters today is his De Monarchia (uitgeverij Ambo/Klassiek, Baarn/NL 1993); the dedication of this book was to a compatriot of mine, the German emperor Heinrich (Henry) VII from the House of Luxembourg, and in III, 3 one can read: “those are (…) people whose cupidity which spares nothing, has extinguished their understanding, and whose father veritably is Satan.” A perfect description of today’s political world, isn’t it?

  35. @anonymous

    Islamic Prophet Mohammed was dealing with Jewish traders in Damascus and one of his wives was Jewish

    How on earth can a non-existing Nobody (https://www.unz.com/kbarrett/happy-eid-al-adha/#comment-5436481 ) have dealt with anyone or have had any wive(s)???

    • Replies: @anon
  36. @Kevin Barrett

    The Qur’an confirms that Divine revelations were at the origin of the Torah and Gospels, but that the versions we have today were altered by human hands and minds.

    It is the qur’ân that has been savagely altered. I have the books of the “Inârah” series (http://inarah.net/ ) complete, over 6300 pages in German essentially, but also in French and English and even Latin (without any translation of course); the initiator was Prof. Karl-Heinz Ohlig, of whom one can read on pp. 7-11 of Die Entstehung einer Weltreligion VI, Verlag Schiler & Mücke, Berlin und Tübingen 2021: “Longum est opera Professoris Ohlig ad studia islamica enumerare. Necesse est recordari philologos occidentales litteris islamicis interpretandis deditos, paucis tantum quadamtenus exceptis, usque ad exiens saeculum vicesimum praecepta alcorani muslimica intelligendi tralaticia servantes nequaquam adhibuisse europaeas methodos historico-criticas.”

    The Qur’an clarifies what we need to know about the essence of all such revelations, which makes it the Seal of the prophetic tradition.

    The qur’ân being an entirely fabricated patchwork (for the main, after 750 AD under the abbasids), has no claim whatsoever to be a Seal of anything whatsoever.

  37. Well, sometime the Jew can’t help himself and comes out with the truth. As far as being entitled to all the land between the Nile and Euphrates -hmm. Oh but it’s in the Bible. A lot of things are in the Bible – so I guess I am not a biblical literalist. A good deal of the OT is all about war, murder and devastation –really, really attractive piece of literature, don’t you say? I really don’t think Jews set out to conquer the world over 3,000 years ago, but because the perception of themselves as The Chosen hasn’t let them live contently in lands ruled by others. Barrett mentions Al Aqsa as a problem. Islam put this on itself. It developed and coalesced into what it is today gradually – as did Judaism and Christianity. The whole idea of Islamic focus on Jerusalem was to give the Abrahamic connection some legitimacy. The idea of Jewish supremacist thought coming into its own really gained steam once the Talmud was formed. This was gradual as well. Both under Christian and Islamic rule, Judaism had its ups and downs -court Jews, court physicians, money lenders, tax collectors, middle men of all types, merchants. Jews played an important part in the fabric of both Christian and Islamic society but couldn’t get a toe hold until 2 historical incidences – the antics of Shabbetai Tzvi in the 1600s and Jewish emancipation in the 1800s in Europe. This is the point where I believe Jews were more conscious in their mission to rule the whole world.

  38. anon[391] • Disclaimer says:
    @René Fries

    Foolish comment from a Yid or influenced Christian or a gargantuan idiot.

    and #36

  39. Zumbuddi says:
    @Kevin Barrett

    The Qur’an confirms that Divine revelations were at the origin of the Torah and Gospels,

    Oh.
    Alright then.
    If the Qur’an confirms the notion of “Divine revelation” then it must be so.

    One wonders: Did Aristotle confirm the “revealed origin” of Iliad?
    Did Madison confirm the “revealed origin” of the Declaration of Independence & US Constitution?

  40. Tsigantes says:

    Greek Orthodoxy has only one text, called in english the New Testament. We do not believe that Jesus was a jew, nor did he speak Hebrew – he preached in Greek and Aramaic. If Jesus was a jew Pontius Pilate would have let the jews deal with Him themselves. Instead he was brought to Pilate to judge because he was a Roman citizen.

    It is the jews who claim that Jesus was a jew. This is hasbara. It is their ONLY claim to fame – yet, as usual, it is a lie. Just as their Torah is a lie written c. 250AD in Alexandria after study of the Greek texts and modelled after Plato’s Republic, with incorporation of phrases of Homer, Hesiod, Heredotus etc.
    Adam Greene shoul look up Russel Gwirmkin.

    Adam Green believes protestantism and American bible belt protestants are Christian; in fact they are not Christians but anti-Christian sects deliberately formed by jews. To take their judaic faith as Christianity is a serious mistake. Their worship of the Torah and total neglect of the ‘New Testament’ is the giveaway.

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