I must confess to being a little puzzled as to why La Nacion – a newspaper published in the predominantly Catholic nation of Costa Rica – published the obituary of the “venerated” but ultra-racist Jew, the Rabbi Ovadia Yosef on 8th October 2013.
According to the obituary in La Nacion, this rabbi is a spiritual leader (líder espiritual de los sefardíes y una de las últimas figuras reverenciadas del judaísmo) venerated by many in Israel for his wisdom of the Jewish religion (era venerado por muchos en Israel por su sabiduría en las fuentes judías), he has appeared on many stamps and with his charisma he has been elevated to the category of an Israeli myth (aparece en incontables estampitas que no hacen sino reforzar su carisma y elevarlo a la categoría de mito israelí.)
According to the Jewish Virtual Library there are approximately 13,745,900 Jews in the world which is about 1.9% of the global population of about 7,184,400,000 and based on what Ovadia Yosef has said publicly, he detests 98% of the world’s population plus all gays and lesbians…
It would be interesting to see if the death of any Catholic spiritual leader in Costa Rica has ever been mentioned in the Israeli newspapers – I tried searching but my Hebrew is a bit rusty – but if it was, we all know that based on the hate-filled opinions of Ovadia Joseph, they certainly won’t refer to any Catholic in Costa Rica in the same flattering terms.
Can you imagine the reaction of the Jews around the world if the Pope suddenly announced that: “Jews were born only to serve Catholics. They have no place in the world – only to serve the Catholic people!”
“Jews were born only to serve Catholics. They have no place in the world – only to serve the Catholic people!”
Sounds crazy, right? So why is this an important question?
Because this is exactly what this venerated (venerado) bigot Ovadia Yosef publicly stated in the Jerusalem Post just three years ago:
The Rabbi’s Opinion Of Non-Jews?
“Goyim (gentiles, non-Jews) were born only to serve us. Without that, they have no place in the world — only to serve the People of Israel,” he said, according to the Jerusalem Post. “Why are gentiles needed? They will work, they will plow, they will reap. We will sit like an effendi and eat. That is why gentiles were created.” An “effendi” is a lord, or a master, in Arabic.
The Palestinian People?
Ovadia Yosef was not a fan of the Palestinian people saying: “all these evil people should perish from this world. God should strike them with a plague, them and these Palestinians.”
The Arab People?
Then there were the Arabs: “It is forbidden to be merciful to them. You must send missiles to them and annihilate them. They are evil and damnable.” In 2009 he said of Muslims “their religion is as ugly as they are.”
Gays and Lesbians?
And then there were the gays and lesbians who the Rabbi said are “completely evil” but, we’re hoping that he was fond of his own mother…
Some Jews will try to distance themselves and say that his opinions were extreme, right?
But not the Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu who said on Monday that: “The Jewish people have lost one of the wisest men of this generation… Rabbi Ovadia was a giant in Torah and Jewish law and a teacher for tens of thousands.”
Thankfully not all Jews think like this – (although 800,000 mourners took part in the largest funeral ever in Israel) but anybody who does, and who preaches this disgusting and demeaning message to millions of his followers should be shunned and certainly not venerated.
If it was a non-Jew expressing these toxic opinions about Jews, he would be immediately accused of anti-semitism, of using “hate speech” and would probably be charged with “hate crimes” but, for some reason it’s acceptable when the Jews do it …
Now our readers will understand why they can not find the English, Spanish or any other language version of the Talmud which is written in Tannaitic Hebrew and Aramaic in any local library or book store. Because it is filled with similar comments that clearly show what the Jews are taught about non-Jews and, as you will see for yourself when you do some digging, it isn’t pretty.
Written by Scott Oliver, the non-Jewish author of 1: How To Buy Costa Rica Real Estate Without Losing Your Camisa, 2: Costa Rica’s Guide To Making Money Offshore and 3. ¿Cómo Comprar Bienes Raíces en Costa Rica, Sin Perder Su Camisa?
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