The Good Jew
There’s no such thing as a “good Jew…”
…it’s an oxymoron.
“My neighbor’s Jewish, he’s a regular kind of guy, he seems like a really good person.”
He doesn’t identify with you, but collectively with Jews who murdered The Lord Jesus Christ.
Has he ever repudiated this crime?
No, he assents to it.
So why do you call him “good?”
Then I hear:
“I’m a Christian and I love the Jewish people.
“They have a special place in God’s heart!”
First of all, they don’t love you.
They cringe when they hear goys say:
“Oh how I love the Jewish people!”
Because they know they are not lovable.
And frankly, (I grew up as a Jew), they don’t want your love.
How can they have a special place in God’s heart if they crucified His Son, and persist in crucifying Him?”
Here’s an objection I hear all the time.
“It’s because,” Brother, “many Jews happen to be in powerful positions.
“They’re smart, savvy, high achievers, so they rise to the top.
“And since ‘power corrupts,’ they like anyone else in high places, whatever their race or religion is, will do bad things.”
Here’s my answer:
If Jews make up only 1.8% of the population, yet most banking CEOs, media moguls, politicians, executive branch officials, educators, journalists, lobbyists, are Jews, what gives them this wide range of dominating power?
Power that corrupts?
No, it’s coordinated evil.
It’s networked and connected.
Follow the money.
Follow the campaign coffers.
Follow the endowments.
It’s because the Jew in his essential self is injurious.
“They are a crooked and perverse generation,” says the Prophet Moses.
“They are contrary to all men,” says St Paul.
Why these critiques?
It’s because of the “Deicidal Curse.”
Murdering Jesus Christ has repercussions from generation to generation.
Jew’s have been thrown out of 109 countries.
110 is a good round number.