From Northern Truthseeker
I have been astonished as to how the criminal Zionists are able to do harm to their fellow human beings and have, so it seems, absolutely no conscience and no guilt, for these crimes.
We need look no further than Benjamin Freedman’s speech where he talks about the Jewish “Kol Nidre”, which is a prayer that absolves them from any vows they have made from the time of the vow, the “Day of Atonement”, until the next “Day of Atonement”, which was usually one year later.
The Kol Nidre is very real, and for some of these criminals, seems for themselves to justifies their evil actions! Here now, I present an important article that I found under my friend Barbara’s blog: www.snippit-and-slappits.blogspot.com, which puts the entire “Kol Nidre” into perspective…
“ALL VOWS, OBLIGATIONS, OATHS OR ANTHEMS, PLEDGES OF ALL NAMES, WHICH WE HAVE VOWED, SWORN, DEVOTED, OR BOUND OURSELVES TO, FROM THIS DAY OF ATONEMENT, UNTIL THE NEXT DAY OF ATONEMENT (WHOSE ARRIVAL WE HOPE FOR IN HAPPINESS) WE REPENT, AFOREHAND, OF THEM ALL, THEY SHALL ALL BE DEEMED ABSOLVED, FORGIVEN, ANNULLED, VOID AND MADE OF NO EFFECT; THEY SHALL NOT BE BINDING, NOR HAVE ANY POWER; THE VOWS SHALL NOT BE RECKONED AS VOWS, THE OBLIGATIONS SHALL NOT BE OBLIGATORY,
NOR THE OATHS CONSIDERED AS OATHS.”
~ THE KOL NIDRE
Bernie Madoff has pushed the Kol Nidre to the limit with his Ponzi scheme. Did the prayer help him feel better after ripping off not only unsuspecting goyim as well as Jews and Jewish charities?
Personally, I think understanding this particular prayer and its significance to the Jewish people, Talmudics and Zionists in particular, give an insight and understanding into their behaviours that has been missing with so many goyim. This is not the sort of thing they would prefer us to remain ignorant about. In the Talmud death is the punishment for telling us goyim what the Talmud entails. They do NOT want us to know.
For one thing, most goyim cannot even conceive of such a ritual as this because we are raised to entirely different standards. Therefore we are quite ignorant of their way of behaving, and our naivite and innocence in these matters is used against us to our dismay and their gain. “Know thine opposition” is important and this is a very important thing to understand.
Not all peoples put a premium on honesty and equality as one learns after a bout with the Babylonian Talmud. This Kol Nidre is straight out of the Talmud. Reading the piece THE HIDDEN TRYANNY will further drive this particular mindset into your awareness and suddenly things done by Israel, that made no sense before, become crystal clear.
The Kol Nidre prayer is a holy advance notice, given in the secrecy of the synagogue that no promise whatsoever shall be binding, and more than not being binding is then and there violated before it is ever made.
The scope of the prayer is “for this day of atonement, until the next Day of Atonement.”The prayer breaks down the common ground of confidence between men: “the vows shall not be reckoned vows; the obligations shall not be obligatory, nor the oaths considered oaths.”
If the prayer were a request for forgiveness for the broken vows of the past, normal human beings could quite understand it. Vows, promises, obligations and pledges are broken, sometimes by weakness of will to perform them, sometimes by reason of forgetfulness, sometimes by sheer inability to do the thing we thought we could do. This is a human experience as it stands happens to all people regardless of race or creed.
This strange statement is not something from the early days of Judaism to scarcely merit attention; it is still one of the high points of the Jewish religious celebration of New Year so not to be lightly dismissed after attention has once been called to it.
In straight Christian morality, a man’s word is expected to be as good as his bond. But the inference of the Kol Nidre is that man should make provision to drop below that level of morality.
How did the Kol Nidre come into existence? Is it the cause or the effect of that untrustworthiness with which the Jew has been charged for centuries?
It requires no argument to show that if this prayer be really the rule of faith and conduct for the Jew who utters it, the ordinary social and business relations are impossible to maintain with him.
Please not that there is no likeness here with so-called Christian “hypocrisy.” Christian “hypocrisy” arises mostly from men holding higher ideals than they are able to attain to, and verbally extolling higher principles than their conduct illustrates.
The fact that Christians would not even conceive of such an oath leaves them wide open to be robbed again and again and never understand the reason why because in the long or short run, those who say the Kol Nidre can do anything, no matter how vile, with a “good conscience.”
OPPOSED BY SOME JEWS
Indefensibly immoral as the Kol Nidre is, utterly destructive of all social confidence, yet the most earnest efforts of a few really spiritual Jews have not succeeded in removing it from the Day of Atonement services in Orthodox Synagogues where it is normally chanted three times.
In America, Britain, and other countries, Reform and Liberal Congregations have revised the prayer to more positive wording, but they only comprise maybe 20% of Jews who have retained the melody of Kol Nidre, but have revised the prayer.
Thus, Kol Nidre stands condemned by a portion of Jewry itself. The Jewish Encyclopedia, says, “It cannot be denied that according to the usual formula, an unscrupulous man might think that it (Kol Nidre) offers a means of escape from the obligations and promises which he had assumed and made in regard to others.” 1904, Vol. VII, page 541
Olmert and Sharon ~ Would you be foolish enough to believe a single word from the mouths of these two scions of Satan especially when they are Talmudic and say the Kol Nidre?
One of the most important aspects of Kol Nidre is that it suborns or excuses perjury in the Courts in the case Orthodox Jewish witnesses, whose testimony, of course, is rendered worthless by it.
BABYLONIAN CHARACTER OF JUDAISM
The Kol Nidre recognizes by inference that in the common world of men, in the common morality of the street and the mart, a promise passes current as a promise, a pledge as a pledge, an obligation as an obligation; that there is a certain social currency given to the individual’s mere word on the assumption that its quality is kept good by straight moral intention.
Is Rahm Emmanuel, a vicious terrorist, son of a mass murdering terrorist, a man to be trusted? Does the Kol Nidre allow him to serve his country, Israel, as puppet master of the current President, in truth and honesty? Consider that his first allegiance is to Israel, ~ surely this means not telling Americans the truth.
Its origin is not from the Bible, but from Babylon, and the mark of Babylon is more strongly impressed on the Jew than is the mark of the Bible.
Just as often as not, the Talmud is openly praised and revered as being Babylonian and called, The Babylonian Talmud. Kol Nidre is Babylonian Talmudic, fitting in well with the many dark things contained that satanic aspect of religion. If the Kol Nidre ever was a backward look over the failures of the previous year, it very early became a forward look to the deliberate deceptions of the coming year.
Many explanations have been made in an attempt to account for this. Each explanation is denied and disproved by those who favor some other explanation.
The commonest explanation of all this is Jewish “persecution.” To disagree could be paramount to the over worked and inaccurate cry so popular today of anti Semitism. Apparently decent hard working Jews were hounded and harried by the bloodthirsty evil goyim or Christians. Many rabbis insist that the Kol Nidre dates from the Spanish Inquisition, necessary because of the persecutions and inflictions forcing Jews to adopt the Christian religion for appearances sake.
Apparently, Spanish Jews in Spain, gathering clandestinely to celebrate the Day of Atonement and pardon, composed a prayer that declared of no value all vows and oaths that they would be forced to make during the year….” “These rabbis say Jews adopted Kol Nidre as a token of faithfulness to their religion when they had to make immoral vows to survive in the harsh world of the Christians.
Henry Kissinger with Dolly Parton ~ Has this conniving evil agent of doom, death and destruction, agent of the NWO, ever told the truth about his activities in the destruction of so many countries and peoples? The Kol Nadre allowed him to erase Cambodia among others with good conscience.
THIS IS NOT THE TRUTH
The truth is that the formula of Kol Nidre was composed on the night of Yom Kippur quite a time earlier than the period of the Spanish Inquisition. This formula to invalidate vows on Yom Kippur can be read in the prayer book of Rabbi Amram Goun who lived in the ninth century, about 500 years before the Spanish Inquisition; although Rabbi Amram’s formula is not Kol Nidre, but Kol Nidrim:
“All vows and oaths which we shall swear from Yom Kippurim to Yom Kippurim will return to us void.”
The form of the prayer in the matter of its age may be in dispute, but back in the ancient and modern Talmud is the authorization of the practice:
“He who wished that his vows and oaths shall have no value, stand up at the beginning of the year and say:
`All vows which I shall make during the year shall be of no value…..'”
“Pharasaism became Talmudism,
Talmudism became Medieval Rabbinism,
and Medieval Rabbinism became Modern Rabbinism.
But throughout these changes of names,
inevitable adaption of custom,
and adjustment of Law,
the spirit of the ancient Pharisee survives unaltered.”
The very reverend chief rabbi Doctor J. H. Hertz wrote in his foreword to the Socino edition of the Babylonian Talmud, published in 1935:
“The Talmud is the product of Palestine and Mesopotamia, the cradle of civilization. The beginnings of Talmudic literature date back to the time of the Babylonian exile.
Michael Chertoff, whose last name in Russian means “of Satan”.A dishonest man who has gone back on his word many times throughout his time in office. Surely the Kol Nidre helped him!
The Babylonian Exile is a momentous period in the history of humanity, and especially so that of Israel. During that exile, Israel found itself. It not only rediscovered the Torah and made it the rule of life but, under its influence, new religious institutions, such as the synagogue, i. e., congregational worship without priests or ritual came into existence, one of the most far-reaching spiritual achievements in the whole history of religion… .”
Here is the outright admission, from a late chief rabbi of the Pharisees that the religion of the so-called Jews stems from things learned in Babylon during the Exile! So proud are these Pharisees of being connected with the Babylon against which John The revelator spoke, that they boast of Babylon as their “capital” for over 1600 years, and call their very book of life the Babylonian Talmud!
THE SAME OLD PHARISEES
The brainwashed would have you believe, with them, that the Pharisees are different now. But the poor innocent dupes know nothing of the Babylonian Talmud which proclaims the gospel of Satan. They would have us all believe that these who now call themselves Jews would have nothing to do with the martyring of the saints, or the crucifying of Jesus, the Christ.
Paul Wolfowitz. Another Neocon whose lies have helped advance the NWO agenda as well as push the Iraq war upon the world. Did Kol Nidre help him to sleep better at night?
THE GOSPEL OF HATE
The basic Talmudic doctrine is more than a Master Race Complex.
It is an Only Race Concept.
According to the Talmud, the goyim (non-Jews) rank as animals.
They have no property rights, no legal rights under any code whatsoever.
Now can you see why the so-called Jews claim there is only one race of man? But they don’t really want you to know what that means. We are merely their “stupid goy cattle.”
The Golden Rule of the Talmud is “milk the goyim, but do not get caught.” Rabbi ben Yohai’s edict is: “Even the best among the Gentiles deserves to be killed.” (Abodan Zarah 26b). Regarding and Gentile property rights, their possessions are “like unclaimed land in the desert.” (Baba Bathra 54b).
“With respect to robbery: if one stole or robbed or seized a beautiful woman, or committed similar offenses, if these were perpetrated by one Gentile against another, the theft, etc., must not be kept, and likewise the theft from an Israelite by a gentile, but theft from a Gentile by an Israelite may be retained.” (Sanhedrin 57a).
Here are further expressions of “brotherhood.” Kosher-style, straight from the Talmud and its supplement, the Cabala:
Kethoboth 3b: “The seed (child) of a Christian is of no more value than that of a beast.”
Baba Kama 113a: “A Jew may lie and perjure to condemn a Christian. b. “The name of God is not profaned when lying to Christians.”
Hikkoth Akum X 1: “Do not save Christians in danger of death.”
Kohar I 160a: “Jews must always try to deceive Christians.”
Zohar I 25b: “Those who do good to Christians will never rise from the dead.”
Zohar II 43a: “Extermination of Christians is a necessary sacrifice.”
Zohar II 64b: “The Christian birthrate must be materially diminished.”
While Kol Nidre—a prayer wherein we release vows—is certainly traditionally seen as one of the most important prayers of the year, there is little in Jewish literature to support this idea.
The question, however, remains: why does Jewish tradition lend so much weight and solemnity to this seemingly technical prayer?
There are those who have claimed that the reason goes back to the days of the Spanish Inquisition, when the conversos (Jews who chose to convert to Christianity rather than face expulsion or death, but remained faithful to Judaism at heart, and to some degree in observance too) would gather on Yom Kippur eve in their hideout synagogues. Before beginning the Yom Kippur services, they would tearfully and emotionally entreat G‑d to forgive them for all the public statements they made in the previous year which were contrary to Jewish doctrine. This is supposedly also the reason why Kol Nidre is prefaced with the statement: “. . . by the authority of the heavenly tribunal and by the authority of the earthly tribunal, we hereby grant permission to pray with those who have transgressed.”
While this is certainly a romantic answer, the fact is that the Kol Nidre prayer predates the Inquisition by at least 500 years. It would seem that the simple answer to the question is that Kol Nidre is the opening prayer of the holiest day of the year, and as such is said with great devotion—not because of its content.
According to Kabbalah, Kol Nidre is more than a technical vow-annulment procedure. Rather, by releasing our vows we are asking G‑d to reciprocate in kind. In the event that He has pledged not to bring the redemption just yet, in the event that He made an oath to bring harsh judgments on His people in the following year, we ask that He release these vows and instead grant us a year of happiness and redemption.
Perhaps this is the reason for the solemnity of the prayer.
Have a sweet and healthy new year,
Rabbi Naftali Silberberg,
for the Chabad.org editorial team