The Talmud Is the Underlying Cause of Trouble in Mid-East
Wed Jul 19, 2006 01:26


NEW YORK, NEW YORK * 18 JULY 2006 Citizen of the USA Stephen M. St. John addresses the international community in Washington and here in New York City, all members of the US Congress as well as other organizations and individuals, both public and private, and identifies the Talmud as the
underlying cause of decades of Zionist criminality and woe in the Middle East. Furthermore, Citizen St. John notes that the foolish statement of the G8 leaders in St. Petersburg, Russia regarding the current situation in the Middle East is a poignant reminder of the urgent need to look at the Talmud and see it as the root cause of this very great evil, of which terrorism is but one symptom. Please visit Citizen St. John points out
that the Talmud is a vile set of books recording what was once called, in the time of the Pharisees, the "oral tradition." Citizen St. John recalls that Jesus strongly inveighed against this very same oral tradition now codified and annotated with endless commentary and known today as the Talmud. Citizen St. John, as teacher of the correct site for the real Israel's next physical temple, as revealed by the Torah and the prophets (see   soon to be ), deplores the confusion sown by the Talmud on this subject. Citizen St. John also deplores the Talmudic teaching that a Jew's life is worth more than a non-Jew's life; such outrageous thinking is the unfortunate basis of decades of murder, theft and corruption, of fraud and force perpetrated by the self-chosen with impunity against the people of Palestine, the most recent manifestation of which is the wildly disproportionate response to attacks and kidnappings limited to military targets. Citizen St. John declares that Zionism cannot last, and that awareness of the Talmud as the ultimate cause of the evil will hasten its demise, if it is not already at hand in the latest misadventure in southern Lebanon.

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