Passover: An Insight into the Jewish Supremacist Mindset
What type of religion celebrates the mass murder of innocent children as a “noble act?”
This is exactly what the Jewish religion celebrates in “Passover”—a word which derives directly from an “Angel of Death” who “passes over” the houses of Jews while seeking out houses in which to murder the first born of non-Jews.
Passover is the most widely celebrated Jewish festival—and is even celebrated by Barack Obama in the White House—but imagine for a second if Christians, or any other religion, made its primary and largest festival a celebration of the murder of Jews?
The Jewish extremists would be in uproar over any such celebration, and would doubtless urge action against any group which celebrated the murder of Jews.
Yet in an amazing act of chutzpah, Jews expect everyone else to “honor and respect” their right to celebrate the murder of Gentiles.
The story of Passover is always presented to the Goyim as a celebration of Jews “liberating themselves from Egyptian rule” and their “establishment as a nation under Moses.”
Yet this is actually only a minor part of the real Passover story, which, somewhat ironically, can be found in the book of Exodus in the Bible of every Christian home.
The real Passover story is that God helped the Jews escape Egypt—after they went there in search of help from a famine—by inflicting ten plagues upon the Egyptians.
The tenth and worst of the plagues was the death of the Egyptian first-born. The Jews were instructed to mark the doorposts of their homes with blood (!) and this would be taken by a sign by “the spirit of the Lord” to “pass over” those houses and not to murder the first-born in those residences.
After this awful massacre, the Egyptians ordered the Jews to leave (perhaps the first of many later such “expulsions” to which the Jews have been subjected).
According to the story, the Jews left in such a hurry that they could not wait for bread dough to rise (or to “leaven”) and it is for this reason that the Jews still eat “Unleavened bread” during Passover.
That is the story in the Christian Bible—the version in the Talmud is filled with even more hatred and bloodletting, but that is not for Goyim eyes.
The fact that Jewish extremists have actually made a major festival out of the murder of Gentiles, provides the best insight into how the Jewish mindset is based on hatred and violence against gentiles.
No-one who has a normal, decent, worldview, would make murder into part of their religion, and then flaunt it before everyone else in this public manner.