Deuteronomy and the New World Order

Deuteronomy is to formal Judaism and Zionism what the Communist Manifesto was to the destructive revolution of our century. It is the basis of the Torah (“the Law”) contained in the Pentateuch, which itself forms the raw material of the Talmud, which again gave birth to those “commentaries” and commentarieson-commentaries which together constitute the Judaic “law”.

Douglas Reed, Controversy of Zion, 17

Deuteronomy has long been a controversial book of the bible. I am about to illustrate here that the Torah, the foundation of Judaism, is a racist piece of writing that calls for the enslavement or extermination of all Gentiles. The God of the Israelites is a racist, warmongering god. Many who attempt to read the Old Testament from a spiritual standpoint are usually confused as to what they are reading. A lot of them either gloss over the disturbing passages or consult with a study guide which actually distorts or softens the real meaning of those passages. Little do they know the true nature of Yahweh in the Old Testament. The main theme of Deuteronomy is the annihilation and destruction of all “enemies” of God.

Though extermination is primarily aimed at nations that are neighbors to Israel, the attitude of Deuteronomy or actually the entire Hebrew Bible, are towards anyone who they feel are “enemies” of the Israelites. The main theme of the Old Testament is the Israelite’s absolute need to maintain purity and racial separateness from all others. To maintain that separateness, the OT calls for the clear demarcation of Israelites from non-Israelites. The labeling of all non-Israelites as enemies is necessary to maintain that racial separateness and to make sure their people do not assimilate. That is regardless of whether their “enemies” are mean or kind towards them. Kindness among the gentiles is actually viewed as problematic because the Jews risk being assimilated and losing their uniqueness. Jews, at least the orthodox ones, view kindness towards them as a form of genocide. Hatred against Jews is what strengthens their cohesion. This is one of the reasons the Holocaust has to be constantly propagated, particularly to the Jews. It is to create a sense of fear, hatred, and resentment among Jews of gentiles. The attitude is everyone is out there to get them and they must get us before we get them.


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