European Organized Jewry along with pro-Israel Evangelic Church is running a campaign ahead of the 500th anniversary of the founding of the Protestant Church being held in 2017 for the removal of a sculpture on the façade of Stadkirche, Wittenburg’s main church in Germany where Martin Luther used to preach.
The sculpture, known as Judensau or the Jewish Pig, showing (above) a rabbi looking under the sow’s tail, and other Jews drinking from its teats. An inscription reads Rabini Shem hamphoras, gibberish which presumably bastardizes shem ha-meforasch. The sculpture originally installed in 1305, is the only remaining symbol of German resistance to the centuries-old Jewish control.
Rev. Martin Luther is quoted as saying in 1543: “Here on our church in Wittenberg a sow is sculpted in stone. Young pigs and Jews lie suckling under her. Behind the sow a rabbi is bent over the sow, lifting up her right leg, holding her tail high and looking intensely under her tail and into her Talmud, as though he were reading something acute or extraordinary, which is certainly where they get their Shemhamphoras.”
Sister Joela Krüger, a member of the Evangelical Sisterhood of Mary, a Lutheran group has claimed that the sculpture is a blasphemy against Jewish people and the state of Israel.
We all know, insulting cartoons of Jesus or Muhammad is not accepted as blasphemy in Germany or Europe under the so-called Freedom of Speech laws.
Max Privorozki, a German-Jewish leader, says the sculpture should not be removed, because it represents a testimony of medieval thinking and Christian architectural tradition.
Rabbi Pinchas Goldschmidt, Chief Rabbi of Moscow and a close friend of Vladimir Putin said: “Removing statues can be, on the one hand, symbolic. On the other hand, it might not be enough.”
Now that both Catholic Church and Church of England are headed by Crypto-Jews – and Germany is ruled by pro-Israel Angela Markel – submission to Jewish Lobby latest demand shouldn’t face a problem.
I’m no fan of the founder of the anti-Catholic Reformist Church, Rev. Martin Luther. Born in 1483, Luther was a French professor, writer, poet and a priest. He carried a crusade against corruption in the Catholic Church and its submission to anti-Christ Jewish elites.
Martin Luther is the author of book, Jesus Christ was born a Jew, in which, like pope Francis, he too believe Christians and Jews are twins.