Chapter 3 THE LEVITES AND THE LAW
by Douglas Reed
(Excerpts by henrymakow.com)
[After] the Assyrian conquest of Israel, the Levites in Judah began to compile the written Law. In 621 BC, they produced Deuteronomy and read it in the temple at Jerusalem.
Deuteronomy is to formal Judaism and Zionism, what the Communist Manifesto was to the [Russian Revolution.] It is the basis of the Torah (“the Law”) … which forms the raw material of the Talmud…
Therefore Deuteronomy is also the basis of the political program, of worldly dominion over nations despoiled and enslaved, which largely has been realized in the West during this Twentieth Century.
…Religious intolerance is the basis of this “Second Law” … and murder in the name of religion is its distinctive tenet. This necessitates the destruction of the moral Commandments, which …are set up to be knocked down. Only those which relate to the exclusive worship of the “jealous” Jehovah are left intact. The others are buried beneath a great mound of “statutes and judgments” [i.e. the Talmud]…which in effect cancel them.
Thus the moral commandments against murder, stealing, adultery, coveting, bad neighbourliness, and the like are vitiated by a mass of “statutes” expressly enjoining the massacre of other peoples, the murder of apostates individually or in communities, the taking of concubines from among women captives, “utter destruction” that leaves “nothing alive”, the exclusion of “the stranger” from debt-remission and the like.
By …the end of Deuteronomy … the moral commandments have been nullified in this way, for the purpose of setting up, in the guise of a religion, the grandiose political idea of a people especially sent into the world to destroy and “possess” other peoples and to rule the earth.
(left, “egalitarianism” is the pretext they use to dispossess the goyim)
The idea of destruction is essential to Deuteronomy. If it is taken away no Deuteronomy, or Mosaic Law, remains. This concept of [creative] destruction as an article of faith is unique, and where it occurs in political thought (for instance, in the Communist philosophy) may also derive originally from the teaching of Deuteronomy, for there is no other discoverable source.
Deuteronomy is above all a complete political program: the story of the planet, created by Jehovah for this “special people”, is to be completed by their triumph and the ruination of all others. The rewards offered to the faithful are exclusively material: slaughter, slaves, women, booty, territory, empire. The only condition laid down for these rewards is the observance of “the statutes and judgments”, which primarily command the destruction of others.
The only guilt lies is non-observance of these laws. Intolerance is specified as observance; tolerance as non-observance, and therefore as guilt. The punishments prescribed are of this world and of the flesh, not of the spirit. Moral behavior, if ever demanded, is required only towards co-religionists and “strangers” are excluded from it. This unique form of nationalism was first presented to the Judahites in Deuteronomy as “the Law” of Jehovah and as his literal word, spoken to Moses.
The notion of world domination through destruction is introduced at the start (chapter 2) of these “speeches supposed to have been delivered” by the dying Moses: “The Lord spake unto me, saying. . . This day will I begin to put the dread of thee and the fear of thee upon the nations that are under the whole heaven, who shall hear the report of thee, and shall tremble, and be in anguish because of thee”.
In token of this, the fate of two nations is at once shown. The King of Sihon and the King of Bashan “came out against us, he and all his people”, whereon they were “utterly destroyed, the men, and the women, and the little ones”, only the cattle being spared and “the spoil” being taken “for a prey unto ourselves”. (The insistence on utter destruction is a recurrent and significant feature of these illustrative anecdotes). …
FAST FORWARD TO 20TH CENTURY
By the Twentieth Century, the peoples of the West …had ceased to attach any present meaning to these incitements, but the peoples directly concerned thought differently.
For instance, the Arab population of Palestine fled en masse from its native land after the massacre at Deir Yasin in 1948, left, because this event meant for them (as its perpetrators intended it to mean) that if they stayed they would be “utterly destroyed”. They knew that the Zionist leaders, [had] repeatedly had stated that “the Bible is our Mandate” (Dr. Chaim Weizmann), and they knew… that the allusion was to such passages commanding the “utter destruction” of the Arab peoples. They knew that the leaders of the West had supported and would continue to support the invaders and thus they had no hope of even bare survival, save by flight…
Lest any such heretic should call in question the Law of destruction, Deuteronomy next provides that “if there arise among you a prophet or a dreamer of dreams . . . (he) shall be put to death”; the crucifixion of Jesus (and the deaths of numerous expostulants against literal Judaism) fall under this “statute”. The denunciation of kinsfolk who incur suspicion of heresy is required. This is the terrorist device introduced in Russia by the Bolshevists in 1917 and copied in Germany by the National Socialists in 1933.
CHOSEN PEOPLE, REWARDS AND PUNISHMENTS
Deuteronomy ends with the long-drawn-out, rolling, thunderous curse-or-blessing theme. Moses, about to die, once more exhorts “the people” to choose between blessings and cursings, and these are enumerated. The blessings are exclusively material: prosperity through the increase of kith, — crop and kine; the defeat of enemies; and world dominion.
(left, World’s most effective mind control)
“The Lord thy God will set thee on high above all nations of the earth . . . The Lord shall establish thee a holy people unto himself . . . And all people of the earth shall see that thou art called by the name of the Lord, and they shall be afraid of thee. . . thou shalt lend unto many nations, and thou shalt not borrow. And the Lord shall make thee the head, and not the tail, and thou shalt be above only, and thou shalt not be beneath . . .” These blessings occupy thirteen verses; the cursings some fifty or sixty.
The deity in whose name the curses are uttered clearly was held capable of doing evil (indeed, this is explicitly stated in a later book, Ezekiel, as will be shown). Literal Judaism is ultimately based on terror and fear and the list of curses set out in chapter 28 of The Second Law shows the importance which the priesthood attached to this practice of cursing (which literal Judaists to this day hold to be effective in use).
These curses, be it remembered, are the penalties for nonobservance, not for moral transgressions!
“If thou will not hearken unto the voice of the Lord thy God, to observe to do all his commandments and statutes. . . all these curses shall come upon thee . . .”
The city and the dwelling, the children, crops, and cattle, are to be cursed “until thou be destroyed and until thou perish utterly”. Plague, wasting, inflammation, mildew, botch, emerods, scab, itch, madness, blindness, famine, cannibalism and drought are specified.
Men’s wives are to lie with other men; their children are to be lost into slavery; any that remain at home are to be eaten by their parents, the father, and mother contesting for the flesh and denying any to the children still alive. (These curses were included in the Great Ban when it was pronounced on apostates down to relatively recent times, and in the fastnesses of Talmudic Jewry are probably in use today).