[From "Epstein Was Unapologetic"]
ACCORDING TO The New York Times journalist who had the last extensive interview with Jeffrey Epstein, he did not view his sexual perversion as perversion. He was “unapologetic.”
‘He said criminalising sex with teenage girls was a cultural aberration and at times in history it was perfectly acceptable. He pointed out homosexuality had long been considered a crime and was still punishable by death in some parts of the world.’
This does not seem like the type of guilt-ridden person who would have committed suicide.
Perhaps he also did not view his actions as wrong because most of his victims, it appears, were not Jewish.
There’s an exalted term for this in Jewish parlance. It’s called shtupping the shiksa. What is rarely mentioned in the coverage of this story is that Epstein, whose death is highly suspicious, zeroed in on gentile girls for his own pleasure and for others (including non-Jews). The Hebrew slang for a Gentile woman, shiksa ( שיקסע), comes from the Hebrew term shekets ( שקץ), meaning “abomination.” Gentile women are Niddah, Shifchah, Goyya and Zonah (menstrual filth, slaves, heathen, whores.) [Sanhedrin, 812-82b]
Obviously many Jewish men do not see things that way, but this Talmudic mentality may run through not just the likes of Epstein and Harvey Weinstein, but the huge business in trafficking of gentile Russian and Eastern European women in Israel. Stories of the women brought to Israel under false pretenses sound very similar to the stories of the girls who were lured by Epstein with money and promises of fancy careers:
E. Michael Jones contends there is an element of revenge in the phenomenon of Jewish men taking advantage of Christian girls.(or girls from formerly Christian countries). He discussed the phenomenon while discussing the Russian Revolution:
It’s always the rationalization – whether it’s usury, whether it’s on Wall Street. Goldman Sachs shorting stocks that they just sold to somebody, the Greeks for example. Or whether it’s the Cheka torturing Russians – the Jews in the Cheka torturing Russians. It’s always this rationalization, ‘You people treated my people badly.’ It’s in Philip Roth, where he’s ‘shtupping the shiksa’ because he’s ‘getting back for the way they treated my grandfather in Russia. It’s this type of asocial behavior that creates this animosity. It is something that goes deep, this Jewish hatred of Russia.”
Is Jewish sexual perversion which combines money and power à la Epstein and Weinstein, revenge or envy? Philip Roth described that phenomenon.