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audio: The Daily Traditionalist: The Traditions of the Jews

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 rbear    240

The Jews were first allowed into Europe because our ancestors thought they were simply following the Old Testament. Despite them murdering God, we were still open and generous to them and thought that by being among us, they would see the error of their ways. They soon started causing problems though, extracting usury from us, crucifying our children, draining them of blood and encouraging revolutions, idolatry, immorality and perversion. We did not understand how this could be, until the twelfth century when the Pope finally got to see what was in their Talmud.

Matt names some of the gentile victims of Jewish ritual slaughter who were canonised by the church but who are now largely forgotten by the Christian world due to Jewish pressure. The Jews claim that these accusations are a libel, but the highest courts in the land found them guilty and never once was it found to be a libel. The Jews claimed that they were not allowed to drink blood as the Old Testament forbids it, but their own Talmud encourages it through the circumcision ritual.

The Talmud is a book of instruction on how to break the laws of Moses, how to infiltrate and take over host nations and how to commit crimes and get away with it. If our ancestors had known what was in this foul book they never would have allowed the Jews entry to our lands in the first place. We should not forget what we have learned of the Talmud but should expose it, especially to evangelical Christians who mistakenly still believe that the Jews follow the Old Testament.

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