Israel Shahak Warned Us of the Dangers of Globalization and It's Religious Underpinning

Globalization in an economic sense is fact. But sovereign national control of globalization is weak. America needs to identify the globalists, their economic and political goals, and their roots. Globalization must be tempered by sovereignty of the nations.

The root of globalization has been discussed by a Jewish hero, Israel Shahak. He is a hero to Americans too, if they would just take the time to read him. 

In his book, link above, titled Jewish History, Jewish Religion: the Weight of Three Thousand Years, Shahak said:

Judaism is imbued with a very deep hatred towards Christianity, combined with ignorance about it. This attitude was clearly aggravated by the Christian persecutions of Jews, but is largely independent of them. In fact, it dates from the time when Christianity was still weak and persecuted (not least by Jews), and it was shared by Jews who had never been persecuted by Christians or who were even helped by them. Thus, Maimonides was subjected to Muslim persecutions by the regime of the Almohads and escaped from them first to the crusaders' Kingdom of Jerusalem, but this did not change his views in the least. This deeply negative attitude is based on two main elements.
First, on hatred and malicious slanders against Jesus. The traditional view of Judaism on Jesus must of course be sharply distinguished from the nonsensical controversy between antisemites and Jewish apologists concerning the 'responsibility' for his execution. Most modern scholars of that period admit that due to the lack of original and contemporary accounts, the late composition of the Gospels and the contradictions between them, accurate historical knowledge of the circumstances of Jesus' execution is not available. In any case, the notion of collective and inherited guilt is both wicked and absurd. However, what is at issue here is not the actual facts ab-out Jesus, but the inaccurate and even slanderous reports in the Talmud and post-talmudic literature - which is what Jews believed until the 19th century and many, especially in Israel, still believe. For these reports certainly played an important role in forming the Jewish attitude to Christianity.
According to the Talmud, Jesus was executed by a proper rabbinicai court for idolatry, inciting other Jews to idolatry, and contempt of rabbinical authority. All classical Jewish sources which mention his execution are quite happy to take responsi-
{p. 98} bility for it.; in the talmudic account the Romans are not even mentioned.
The more popular accounts - which were nevertheless taken quite seriously - such as the notorious Toddot Yeshu are even worse, for in addition to the above crimes they accuse him of witchcraft. The very name 'Jesus' was for Jews a symbol of all that is abominable, and this popular tradition still persists.70 {see endnote below} The Gospels were equally detested, and they were not allowed to be quoted (let alone taught) even in modern Israeli Jewish schools.

Shahak has more to say as well. He speaks of Jewish militarism and fundamentalism. In his book, Jewish Fundamentalism in Israel published in 1999, Shahak says:

One of the basic tenants of the Lurianic Cabbala is the absolute superiority of the Jewish soul and body over the non-Jewish soul and body. According to the Lurianic Cabbala, the world was created solely for the sake of Jews; the existence of non-Jews was subsidiary. If an influential Christian bishop or Islamic scholar argued that the difference between the superior souls of non-Jews and the inferior souls of Jews was greater than the difference between the human soul and the souls of cattle, he would incur the wrath of and be viewed as an anti-Semite by most Jewish scholars regardless of whatever less meaningful, positive statements he included. From this perspective the detractors of Rachlevsky are hypocrites. That Rabbi Kook was a vegetarian and even respected the rights of plants to the extent that he did not allow
{p. x} flowers or grass to be cut for his own pleasure neither distracted from nor added anything to his position regarding the comparison of the souls of Jews and non-Jews. That Kook deprecated unnecessary Jewish brutality against non-Jews should not minimize criticism of his expressed delight in the belief that the death of millions of soldiers during World War One constituted a sign of the approaching salvation of Jews and the coming of the Messiah.

This is consistent with many passages of the Talmud, denied by Zionist leaders, who have adopted the Talmud, the writings of men, and cast aside the Old Testament, the revealed word of God.

One must realize that this Zionism has since become more inclusive, with multiracial participation. Rockefellers are as committed as Rothschilds. Cheney and Patrick Clawson are as committed as Paul Wolfowitz and Richard Perle. 

And this Zionism is basically atheistic, as we see with Shahak's comments about the avowed atheist, David Ben-Gurion. It is hypocrisy to say you have a superior soul if you are an atheist. The atheistic elite use religion to further their power.

Can you see how convoluted a process this is? Pinning down the Zionist to what he really believes is like playing Whack A Mole. If I had one queston to ask David Rockefeller, a non Jew, it would be,
 "How can you be one with those who believe you are an inferior soul?"
Zionism then, is multicultural, multiracial, atheistic, elevating Israel to a high place, with superior souls. Make sense out of that. I can't.


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