This week’s Torah portion: Jews were ordered to destroy the enemies of G-d who seek to destroy them – who are they today?
Ed note–And, once again, we will remind the readers that both the story involving ‘Amalek’ and the obligation on the part of the Hebrews, She-Brews, Israelites, Jews–whatever word we choose to utilize in describing them–to utterly exterminate and annihilate them, as well as the story of Esther and the manner by which we are told she and her fellow Judaites slaughtered 75,000 Persians–neither of these tall tales are to be found within that book of ultimate evil, the Talmud, but rather within the pages of the book which unfortunately too many Gentiles (who consider themselves wise to the ways of Judea) believe is ‘holy,’ the Torah.
It should be further understood that in each and every instance where a Palestinian is murdered, either by a ‘lone wolf’ in the West Bank or via a bomb being dropped on some home in Gaza that the justification for doing so and the ‘defense’ offered by the guilty party (s) is that Judaism commands such things be done via the various passages appearing in the Torah and that it is the duty of all ‘good Jews’ to carry out such directives.
Again, we are forced to point out these pesky details due to the utter intransigence/disinterest on the part of virtually the entire ‘movement’ in coming to some sort of rational posture vis the problems which Israel, Zionism and Jewish power have created in our modern world. The source of the problem is there in black and white and has been for thousands of years for all persons to study and understand for themselves, and yet, rather than do what a rational, moral individual does, instead (for the most part) they as a group turn a blind eye towards examining this crucial information for fear of being accused of ‘bigotry’ or of alienating/marginalizing themselves from whatever identity politics-based group it is to which they belong.
Imagine for a moment a rabid dog that has bitten/killed countless numbers of people in town, but the townsfolk–who for various reasons rooted in fear or even personal affection for that dog–refuse to do what must be done for the sake of the commonwealth.
That essentially is where the entire human race finds itself at this very moment, and even those who are willing to go to the lengths of declaring the dog dangerous still refuse to come to grips with the fact that indeed it is the rabies that has caused this condition, and with that, refuse to do the necessary investigations as to how this dog may have come into contact with this sickness so that a repeat of this tragedy does not occur.