Above, Saul's Conversion on the Road to Damascus. As a Catholic, this painting portrays a great Christian lie, according to the words of Rabbi Savage below. We were taught that Saul was struck by God and inspired to become a great promoter of Christianity in its infancy. He was moved from the soul; here we read of the first use of propaganda to subjugate a nation.
Here is a second piece by Rabbi Ravage, further elaborating on the premises he puts forth in the PART 1, regarding the origins of Christianity and its use as a weapon to destroy Rome. Previously we were taught that Rome fell due to lead plumbing, empirical and military over reach, degeneracy, etc etc. Some of us put the degeneracy at the feet of the same people who, over the centuries, have introduced perversions into morally upright cultures as a weapon of societal destruction. We see the same assaults on international societies today made much more challenging due to the nature of digital communications.
I don’t know what to think about the claims this rabbi makes, simply because he is a rabbi and you never really know what his motivation is when he makes such revelations. Although he speaks straight, in his words there are many labyrinth twists and turns that it will take me a little time to work this out, if it is worth working out.
PLEASE leave your comments on this. I truly am struggling with some of this and insight is greatly appreciated.
The influence, on the other hand, is certainly there, and it is vastly greater and more insidious than you appear to realize.
Suppose, we say trembling, you should wake up to the fact that your religion, your education, your morals, your social, governmental and legal systems are fundamentally of our making!
The Goi,we see with relief,will never know the real blacknessof our crimes.
Why talk about Marx and Trotskiwhen you have Jesus of Nazerethand Paul of Tarsusto confound us with?
Not at all!? You fantastically lay at our door the recent Great War and the upheaval in Russia, which have done not only the most injury to the Jews themselves, but which a school-boy could have foreseen would have that result.
But the upheaval which brought Christianity into Europe was ~ or at least may easily be shown to have been ~ planned and executed by Jews as an act of revenge against a great Gentile state.
It is unbelievable,but you Christiansdo not seem to know whereyour religion came from,or how,nor why.Your historians,with one great exception,do not tell you.
We have done our work too thoroughly;you believe our propaganda too implicitly.
ED Noor: Below, such hubris!
It did not, as you see it, destroy a great Gentile civilization and a great Gentile empire with which Jewry was at war; it did not plunge mankind into barbarism and darkness for a thousand years; it came to bring salvation to the Gentile world!
Yet here, if ever, was a great subversive movement, hatched in Palestine, spread by Jewish agitators, financed by Jewish money, taught in Jewish pamphlets and broadsides, at a time when Jewry and Rome were in a death struggle, and ending in the collapse of the great Gentile empire.
He put Christianity down ~the law which went forth from Zionand the word of God from Jerusalem ~as the central causeof the decline and fall of Romeand all she represented.
He left wholly out of account the element of deliberation. He saw an alien creed sweeping out of the East and overwhelming the fair lands of the West. It never occurred to him that the whole scheme of salvation was dedicated. Yet the facts are as plain as you please.
Personal qualities aside, Jesus of Nazareth was, like his predecessors, a political agitator engaged in liberating his country from the foreign oppressor. There is even considerable evidence that he entertained an ambition to become king of an independent Judea.
ED Noor: By now we are all aware of the position held by modern Jewry towards Jesus Christ and His Mother according to their Talmud. The good rabbi fails to mention this.
It was a philosophy calculated to appeal profoundly to humble people.It comforted those who suffered here on earth with promised rewards beyond the grave.It made virtues of necessities of the weak.Men without hope in the future were admonished to take no thought for the morrow.Men too helpless to resent insult or injury were taught to resist not evil.Men condemned to lifelong drudgery and indigence were assured of the dignity of labour and of poverty.The meek, the despised, the disinherited, the downtrodden, were ~ in the hereafter ~ to be the elect and favoured of God.The worldly, the ambitious, the rich and powerful, were to be denied admission to heaven.
Saul, in a word,was probably the first manto see the possibilitiesof conducting war by propaganda.
And so Saul, the fiercest persecutor of Jesus' followers, became Paul, the Apostle to the Gentiles. And so, incidentally, began the spread into pagan lands of the West, an entirely new Oriental religion.