Thursday, 3 December 2015

Pope Francis' Rabbi amigo in Argentina praises his encyclical on the environment; what's wrong with this picture?

8 comments:

Oakes Spalding said...

I assume Rabbis, like priests and in fact all Catholics, are prohibited from being Freemasons? How does that work in quasi-decentralized Judaism? Do you know, Vox?

Sandpiper said...

Masonic symbolism prominently on display.

Dorota said...

You mean the masonic symbol crowning the picture of the amigos? One has to wonder what the rows of the leather-bound volumes contain - Albert Pike's and Manly P Hall's precious works? This rabbi is really letting us know, like so many others today. This is the lifting of the veil, the externalization of the hierarchy.
We all know the pope is at least a honorary Mason (Rotary Club in Buenos Aires), but if we did not have confirmation on the internet, all we would need to do would be to listen to what he is saying and watch what he is doing, as well as who his friends (such as cardinals-protectors of clergy paedophiles)are.

Felix M said...

Don't get too paranoid. To me, the books behind the rabbi look like copies of the Talmud. Which is what you'd expect to find in a rabbi's study.

Felix M said...

Oh, and I wouldn't expect an Orthodox rabbi to be a Freemason - for much the same sort of reason that an orthodox Catholic wouldn't be a Feemason.

But this guy doesn't even have a beard, so he's clearly liberal and not Orthodox or Conservative.

Dorota said...

@ Felix M

I hope you are joking. I have read some rabbis openly admitting that there would be no masonry without the Talmud, that Masonry is the Talmud for the Goy. If I could do it now, I would find these quotes for you. Right now I will leave you with these:

To communicate anything to a Goy about our religious relations would be equal to the killing of all Jews, for if the Goyim knew what we teach about them, they would kill us openly.

Libbre David 37

A Jew should and must make a false oath when the Goyim asks if our books contain anything against them.

Szaaloth-Utszabot, The Book of Jore Dia 17

There is also the vast and revealing work on the Talmud of the saint Maksimiliam Kolbe. I deeply regret that it is not widely known, or worse still- known but ignored.

Anonymous said...

Have you ever read what they say of Christ in the Talmud? Gives Luther a good run for his money. I really do not know what this current Pope is thinking.Perhaps this quote serves for what i think: " Those Whom God would destroy, He first sends mad."
"Quos Deus vult perdere, prius dementat" (Life of Samuel Johnson, 1791).

Anonymous said...

@Dorota
Thank you for your comment. At least one Catholic did his homework.

And those guys are the special friends of Pope Francis.

Most Catholics don´t realize that he is ceaselessly teaching post-christian judaism.