Newsweek: Talmud is a ‘Business Guide’ in China

On December 29, 2010 – The Jewish-owned Newsweek pupblished an article by Isaac Stone Fish under the heading Selling the Talmud as a Business Guide.

Newsweek in its December 2008 issue had published an article by Lisa Miller, titled “Our Mutual Joy” – in which she tried to prove that the Bible is “pro-gay”. In 2010, British singer, Sir Elton John, added his support to Lisa’s claim by calling Jesus “a super intelligent gay man”.

Isaac Stone Fish’s knowledge of Jewish Talmud reminds me of my Chinese senior engineer, who once told me that there were more than 25 million Jews in China (out of the total world Jewish population of 13 million!).

Isaac says his Chinese friend believes that Jews are “Very smart, very clever, and very good at business”. Now, who could challenge that considering how the Jews at Wall Street sucked US$11.6 trillion from US taxpayers as bail-outs. Not to mention US$3 trillion USAID to Israel since 1970s.

One of the other success stories attributed to Talmud, by Isaac is that even a hotel in Tiawan is named Talmud. One of a similar hotel success stories was an Israeli hotel Paradise Mombassa in Kenya which was the venue of “total abuse of the local impoverished population and daily rape of struggling African women”. When the Israeli media published the immoral activities carried out by Israeli tourists and rabbis in that hotel – Mossad bombed the hotel and blamed Al-Qaeda.

“The ancient Jews and today’s Chinese face a lot of the same problems, such as immigration and isolation,” – says Issac. Now, how could China be “isolated” when Israel sell US technology worth billions of dollars to China and the US owes China more than US$960 billion? I hope Isaac doesn’t insinuate that Chinese are a nation of gays, because that’s what the Jewish gay writer and blogger, Simon Jones, called his people Jews and gays – birds of a feather?
saying: “Like Jews, gays have ancient roots of persecution and have been mostly outcasts since the rise of Christianity (though the roots of persecution, ironically, are in Torah). The persecution complex – I know it first-hand – leaves an endelible mark on one’s character – defiance of a hypocritical, unjust society, a desire for revenge, a feeling of superiority, a lack of patriotism. So gays automatically emphasize with Jews. At the same time, gays often crossed path with Jews professionally – in the arts, as writers, philosophers, councilors, etc……”

“And the apparent affection for Jewishness has led to a surprising trend in publishing over the last few years: books purporting to reveal the business secrets of the Talmud that capitalize on the widespread impression among Chinese that attributes of Judaism lead to success in the financial arts,” wrote Isaac.

Now, anyone who has read late Professor Israel Shahak’s famous book Jewish History, Jewish Religion would know what the Israeli historian would be calling Isaac in his grave! Israel Shahak believed that Talmud is the most hateful religious literature in the world.

“Despite Jewish attempts to persuade us to extract wisdom from the Talmud, it never evolved into an essential part of western intellectual thought. Its polemical image disguises a tradition of chewing ready-made disputes, in which the views and opinions of previous scholars are faithfully preserved verbatim citing the rabbi who first uttered them. Hence, whilst grieving the forgotten wisdom of the Talmud, Jewish scholars disguise its formal judicial nature. Jewish Law is not founded in a moral or an ethical conception of man; but rather as a set of regulations which grew out of social conditions and cultic motives obsolete and no longer understood,” Ariella atzmon PhD.

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