Sunday, May 26, 2013

IN MEMORY OF THE FUHRER 4-20-1889 - 4-20-2013


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=757Pkb4dv7g

39 comments:

Anonymous said...

RIP Mein F├╝hrer!

14/88

Anonymous said...

i fucking hate jesus christ

Anonymous said...

9:15 PM
Jesus never cared for you jew cunts either.

Anonymous said...

9:20

Thats funny. Because he was a rabbi.

Anonymous said...

10:54 PM
Keep repeating your lies over and over jew. Rabbi's study the oral law, or talmud. Jesus criticized the jews for the oral law and crucified him.

Anonymous said...

Only filthy jews hate Jesus.

Anonymous said...

Jesus' disciples referred to him as "rabbi" several times in the New Testament.

Rabbi Jesus the Kike.

Anonymous said...

Jesus' disciples referred to him as "rabbi" several times in the New Testament, meaning teacher or master.
A rabbi must practice, study and teach the talmud. Jesus Christ opposed the talmud and talmudic jews.
All jews after Christ were talmudic.
Jesus Christ was not a rabbi and is anti-jew.
Keep telling your lies over and over like a good jew boy.

Anonymous said...

2:42

You're the only one lying. As usual.

Anonymous said...

9:34 AM
You just don't know what you're talking about. Anyone can do a web search and find out that the term rabbi didn't even exist until the codification of the oral jewish law in the form of the mishnah, this was well after the death of Christ.
The term rabbi was first used for the people who codified the oral law.
Jesus Christ was opposed to the oral law, this is obvious to anyone who has read the gospels. You have never read the gospels, or much of anything on this subject, other than propaganda from communist websites.
You don't have to be a lying ignorant piece of shit and yet you choose to be one.

Anonymous said...

10:52

More lies. Rabbi jesus said he didn't come to change the law, which would have been the oral law at the time, and he routinely dictated the law in synagogues. Stop pretending like you've actually read the jew book. Listening to Eli James and Bill Finck doesn't count as reading.

Anonymous said...

10:59 AM
You now know for a fact that Jesus was not and could not be described as a rabbi, but you continue to use this term to describe Jesus.
You are a willful liar, using misleading terminology to advance your opinion. No wonder you hate Jesus Christ, you are the exact type that Jesus criticized and condemned. You're a jew.
Jesus said he came to fulfill the law, this means complete. Again you use misleading terminology to lie and mislead.
I don't believe in CI but James and Finck are certainly more knowledgeable about the the bible, or probably any subject matter than you are. I doubt you've ever read a book without pictures.

MaryC said...

The Hebrew word 'Rabbi' just means 'teacher'. Jesus was not a member of the ordained Jewish clergy.

Anonymous said...

Luke 4: 14 And Jesus returned in the power of the Spirit into Galilee: and there went out a fame of him through all the region round about.15 And he taught in their synagogues, being glorified of all.16 And he came to Nazareth, where he had been brought up: and, as his custom was, he went into the synagogue on the sabbath day, and stood up for to read.

Sounds like a rabbi to me.

John 3: 1 There was a man of the Pharisees, named Nicodemus, a ruler of the Jews:2 The same came to Jesus by night, and said unto him, Rabbi, we know that thou art a teacher come from God: for no man can do these miracles that thou doest, except God be with him.

Oh look, there he is, being called a rabbi, because he was one. And yet you worship him, like a good goyim.

MaryC said...

Rabbi didn't mean the same thing as it does today. The Hebrews still had priests in those days. Anybody who taught was called rabbi.

Anonymous said...

Who told you that, a rabbi?

Anonymous said...

Rabbi Jesus? Not Really
Jesus' words and actions showed that he rejected the very heart of rabbinic Judaism: oral tradition.

BY: David Klinghoffer
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If you read almost any book nowadays by a professor, rabbi or Christian clergyman who cares deeply about Jewish-Christian relations and interfaith dialogue, you are likely to encounter the view that Jesus was basically a faithful Jew of the rabbinic (Pharisaic) persuasion. A pleasing notion, but is it accurate?

Yes, Jesus is repeatedly quoted in the gospels as embracing Jewish religious observance of a certain kind. He must have accepted broadly defined commandments like the Sabbath and Temple sacrifice, because just after his death his followers were still practicing them.

What Jesus rejected was the Oral Torah (scripture commentary passed down for centuries) that explains the Written Torah (the first five books of the Bible). At the very heart of rabbinic Judaism, this notion of an Oral Torah recognizes that the first five books of the Bible are cryptic documents. It posits that these scriptures were revealed to Moses along with a key to unlock the code. That key is oral tradition, passed from Moses to the prophets to the rabbis, later to be written down in what are now called the Mishnah and Talmud. Anyway that's the theory presented in the first chapter of the Mishnah's tractate Pirke Avot.

In the gospels, Jesus derides this orally transmitted teaching on matters including the details of Sabbath observance, praying with a quorum, burying the dead, refraining from washing and anointing on fast days like Yom Kippur, donating a yearly half-shekel to the Temple, and hand-washing before eating bread.

Stated laundry-list fashion, such details of the oral tradition may sound like trivialities. But from the constellation of such discrete teachings there emerges the gorgeous pointillist masterpiece of Torah-not merely "the Torah," the finite text of the Bible's first five books, but the infinite tradition of Judaism as a whole, reflecting God's mind as applied to human affairs.

Consider the Sabbath. Nowhere in the Hebrew Scriptures is the category of forbidden creative activities (melachah), reminding us of God's creation of the world and mistranslated as "work," ever defined. Only the Oral Torah does this.

The Mishnah was a first attempt to write down the traditions received from Moses. In its tractate Shabbat ("Sabbath"), the first paragraph deals with the prohibition of carrying. It would be left to later sages to explain what was so creative about carrying: put simply, it increases value, hence wealth. That's why people are paid to carry goods to market.

The rabbis took such matters seriously. Jesus didn't. On one Sabbath in Jerusalem, says John's gospel, he healed a man who had been sick for 38 years, then told him, "Rise, take up your pallet, and walk." His listeners remarked, "It is the Sabbath, it is not lawful for you to carry your pallet" (John 5:8,10).

Healing on the Sabbath is a topic on which Jesus and his fellow Jews frequently disputed. In Jewish tradition, there is no problem with faith healing on the Sabbath since it involves no use of medicaments. When Jesus healed a blind man by making a salve and touching it to his eyes, the Pharisees objected: "This man is not from God, for he does not keep the Sabbath" (John 9:16). By the light of tradition, they were right. While the Written Torah-the first five books of the Bible-says nothing about using a medical salve, the Oral Torah rules it out except in case of an emergency, which this clearly was not (M. Shabbat 14:3, Yoma 8:6).

Anonymous said...

So it goes on point after point. The Oral Torah values sociability and thus calls upon the individual to pray in company with a minimum of ten men (B. Berachot 6a). Jesus advised his followers, "when you pray," to pray by yourself, "in secret" (Matt. 6:6). While his primary intention was to critique self-righteous prayer, his prescription, evidently meant literally, had the effect of making social prayer impossible.


On the day of repentance, Yom Kippur, the Oral Torah instructs the Jew to engage in acts of abstention from certain physical pleasures-not only fasting but also anointing and washing (M. Yoma 8:1). Jesus differed. On fast days, he taught, "anoint your head and wash your face" (Matt. 6:17). Again, while the intention may have been to slam pretentiousness, the prescription runs contrary to oral tradition.


The Oral Torah laid great stress on honoring life by showing reverence to those who have passed away, not allowing their bodies to lay out like carrion but rather to bury them immediately. The duty was to come before every other religious obligation in the entire Torah (M. Berachot 3:1). Jesus had no patience for this. To a man who had just lost his father and hadn't yet attended to the burial, he said, "Follow me, and leave the dead to bury their own dead" (Matt. 8:22, Luke 9:60).


Again, the Written Torah said nothing about an obligation to ritually wash one's hands before eating bread. This commandment was likewise entirely a matter of tradition. Rabbi Judah the Prince, editor of the Mishnah, devoted an entire tractate to the subject, Yadayim ("Hands"), the intent being to elevate in holiness the act of eating above the crude animal need to feed the body. Jesus goes on the attack against the Pharisees who question his followers' neglect of handwashing: "You leave the commandment of God and hold fast the tradition of men" (Mark 7:8; also Matt. 15:9).


For Jesus, the commentary that comprises Oral Torah was a man-made accretion without transcendent authority. He tells a group of Pharisees, "So, for the sake of your tradition, you have made void the word of God," citing Isaiah: "In vain do they worship me, teaching as doctrines the precepts of men" (Matt. 15:7,9).


A phenomenally charismatic person, Jesus mocked the Jewish establishment of his day and was adulated by a following from Galilee, a region famous in this period (as Professor Geza Vermes shows) for the ignorance of the local populace. Knowing no better, they thought Jesus uniquely had Judaism all figured out.


However there is an integrity to the written and oral traditions. From Jesus' position it was a logical next step to that of St. Paul, who would abrogate Torah altogether, Oral and Written. Abandon the former and you'll soon abandon the latter. To the extent that Jesus' better informed Jewish listeners understood this, it was unsurprising that they should regard his approach to Torah with suspicion.

MaryC said...

No. I don't know any rabbis.

FuckAllBeliefs said...

@10:52 to JIDF Trolls for Jesus.

"You just don't know what you're talking about. Anyone can do a web search and find out that the term rabbi didn't even exist until the codification of the oral jewish law in the form of the mishnah, this was well after the death of Christ.
The term rabbi was first used for the people who codified the oral law."

This Jew knows his Torah!! You can even see the slimy love this kike carries when describing these religious pages of ass-wipings.

If you want to suck on some imaginary Jew's circumcised dick go ahead and worship your Jesus. But keep your pathetic beliefs out of the fucking movement you Jewish cocksucker!

Listen guys, the aim of the Jew on here is to create DIVISION. That's it,

You want to get stuff solved? Then start saying Fuck All Beliefs and work with FACTS. Jews control government, media, banks, your mother's ass at the strip clubs, Are you going to get on your knees and pray now? Or.. are you going to get a gun and start letting yamakas fly in the midst of your bullets?

Now if we want to buy into some Jewish fairytales of racial supremacy or worshiping a well past rotted Jewish kadaver then go ahead.
But, if you are serious like I am in tearing the faces of these beady eyed kikes and making them really suffer for what they have done then you may want to consider what I just said.

Anonymous said...

2:18 PM
Talk about divisive and jewish, "We don't want anything to do with anyone who doesn't think what I think".
You antichristians are hypocrites and the scum of the earth. Every conversation about religion on this forum is started by antichristians and it is always ignorant.
Don't worry Mr. FuckAllBeliefs, nobody with any beliefs wants anything to do with you nihilist, anarchist, scum.

Anonymous said...

3:26

You're a hypocrite for saying that because you describe all antichristians as scum of the earth. You yourself are implying that you don't want anything to do with anyone who doesn't think what you think.

But atleast we can agree on one thing, that we don't want anything to do with eachother.

You can worship your jew with a hundred million blacks, mestizos, and chinese without my objection if it so pleases you.

FuckAllBeliefs said...

@ 3:26

Hey Kike, shove that shit up your ass.
If you have superior intellect then you belong in the movement if not... WTF are you doing here?! Don't you have a football game to watch and Bible to study?

To say Fuck All Beliefs is not divisive, it CREATES the only movement that can create a Jew-Free foundation for future generations to build on.

This movement is not based on some token you have received by chance but of people who have EARNED the right to be a part of it by achieving a certain amount of untainted Juden-Free knowledge.

I take it your a Jew though and your intent is to lead people away from a message so pure.

This is exactly it, the Jew has much less room to create in-fighting with people who see reality and is not stuck in a pointless belief to bicker over while nothing gets done!

FuckAllBeliefs said...

I just fucked a goat and it felt fantastic!

FuckAllBeliefs said...

^ Gotta love that Jew humor, I'd say your the next Sarah Silverman and boy do my ovens love her!

I'll take the childish mocking though as a compliment though.

When a Jew cannot put up a civil debate they act like complete neanderthals.. guess it's in their blood.

Anonymous said...

4:04 PM
You are scum of the earth. There has not been one piece of content on this website where any Christians suggested everyone has to be a Christian.
Every religious conversation on these forums is started by antichristian scum, who insist everyone must be an antichristian and then you tell lies and misleading information about why everyone should hate all Christians. You are scum of the earth.

FuckAllBeliefs said...

You people are insects! INSECTS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

FuckAllBeliefs said...

One more kike poses as me and that's it! I'm gonna get mad! You won't like me when I'm mad!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

4:49

You're lying that every religious argument is started by antichristians. But that's what you do, lie. And even if they all were started by antichristians it would be justified because christianity is a part of the jewish power structure. It's a jewish religion written by jews, about jews, to worship jews.

You're a pathological liar, I can tell. If you don't think you're lying, you're just lying to yourself.

And like I said, have fun worshiping your jew with all the non-white races of the earth. I'm sure it will get you far.

FuckAllBeliefs said...

5:13 PM
You tell em bro! We'll bet them dadburned Christians! YEEEEEE HAAAAAAAAAAAA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

5:13 PM
Money and media are the base of jew power you fucking idiot, but keep on ranting like a retard. Jews like to watch you run in circles.

FvckAll Beliefs said...

It's funny, one defending their religious beliefs the other defending the racial beliefs.

By the way Christian anon, I'm not bashing Christianity because I just want to offend you, I speak to destroy Christianity because it degrades you and the rest of the populace who believe it, it degrades human life with the promise that it continues on to the infinite.

When someone is murdered it should fucking outrage people beyond Belief but thanks to Belief people don't have as much of a duty to their fellow man God will take care of it. Nor do they feel the complete loss that they would & should,
Religion de-values life.

My goal isn't to debate with you but do your own research.

Read Friedrich Nietzsche's book AntiChrist.

Or maybe if your still trapped in beliefs you should read the Secret Relationship Between Blacks & Jews, there was a sentence in this book that opened my eyes to Christianity.

The Jewish slave masters would actually teach their slaves Christianity what Nietzsche refers to as 'the slave morality'.

Now why would Jewish slave Masters teach slaves Christianity...?

Hmmm.


FuckAllBeliefs said...

5:38 PM
You tell em bro! Everybody will be ALOT better off as soon as they all do what we want them to do!

Anonymous said...

Christians are jew worshipping retards. Just give up on them.

FuckAllBeliefs said...

Why are we all a pack of retards?

FuckAllBeliefs said...

5:46 PM
Dunno bro, genetic I guess.

JewishTroll said...

Isn't it funny when I use other peoples names?

Praise Yahweh!

FuckAllBeliefs said...

5:56 PM
No, not really.

Anonymous said...

Mr Hitler brings out a lot of Christianity fever; and, lovers and haters of the name Jesus Christ.
Very odd.
There is a very small percentage of living being that have an abnormal hate for the name. Hate on a level unknown to most humans. Very odd.