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Purim Recalls Judaism's Genocidal Agenda

March 11, 2017

Left, Esther denounces Haman. Threat of Jewish genocide is excuse for actual Gentile genocide.

The Jewish festival of Purim, March 11-12, may seem benign
but it has a dark contemporary meaning. It manifests the Zionist
determination to exterminate all those who stand in the way of Israel and the New World Order. Sound farfetched? Remember what Mrs. Meyer Rothschild said, "If my sons did not want wars, there would be none." How many millions of whites perished in meaningless wars of the Twentieth Century? Who promoted sexual promiscuity, homosexuality and feminism so whites don't form families and propagate? Add the 
Jewish-banker-sponsored migrant invasion of the West and the promotion of intermarriage in the media and advertising.

Makow comment- I hope this will help Jews and Christians Zionists realize that Judaism which is defined by Cabala and Talmud  is not a religion. It is a liability which they must publicly disavow. 

March 10, 2017 - Netanyahu ties Israel's genocidal anti-Arab policy to Purim. Putin tells him "the world has changed."

The Persian empire of the 4th century BCE was ruled by King Ahasuerus and his Queen Esther, a crypto (hidden) Jew. The story which may be apocryphal, relates that Queen Esther hears of a plot by the Prime Minister "Haman" to exterminate the Jews. She goes to her husband the king and turns the tables. Haman is hanged and the Jews preemptively kill all those thought to pose a threat. Five hundred attackers and Haman's ten sons are killed in Shushan. Throughout the empire 75,000 Jewish enemies are killed (Esther 9:16). 

On Purim, Jews actually consume cookies called Hamentashen in the shape of Haman's ear to celebrate this joyous occasion. A reader suggests this actually represents Esther's sexual power.

----------------------Purim in Brussels    "The hidden hand that keeps the Israeli state immune from Wahhabist Islamic terror has inflicted Purim-style vengeance on a dying Europe through that very terror." 

From Tuesday, March 06, 2012
By Michael Hoffman

On Purim 1994 Brooklyn-born Israeli settler Baruch Goldstein slaughtered 40 Palestinians while they prayed in Hebron.

On Purim 2003, the U.S. invaded the sovereign nation of Iraq, officially to eliminate illicit weapons of mass destruction but in reality to neutralize a possible Iraqi threat to the Israeli government. Nearly 5,000 dead Americans and a trillion dollars later and Iraq has been totally neutered, just as the Israelis and their American agents had hoped, notwithstanding the damage to the US economy and our service men and women.

In the run-up to Purim 2012, Senator John McCain called for a deficit-ridden America to undertake a multi-million dollar bombing of Syria, while Senator Joseph Lieberman, speaking at the Israeli lobby's AIPAC conference, demanded a U.S. attack on Iran if the government of that Persian nation will not stop its non-existent nuclear weapons program. The German philosopher G.W.F. Hegel observed that the only thing we learn from history is that we learn nothing from history.


J.D. Longstreet on the website of the "Save America Foundation: Patriots in Action" states: "Before Iran was renamed Iran it was Persia. The rift between the Jews and the Persians is not new. It goes back many centuries...It is impossible to read the book of Esther this week, especially, and not see the parallels between an ancient Jew approaching a great potentate asking for help to save the lives of the Jewish people. One can only hope Obama reacts as did King Ahasuerus and that Obama and Netanyahu can both enjoy a few of those famous "Haman's Ear" cookies in celebration of the special occasion when the Jews were saved and Haman, the evil prime minister of Persia, did not succeed in his plot to kill all the Jews..." 


On Sunday March 4, Herb Keinon wrote in the Jerusalem Post: "Netanyahu...will meet with US President Barack Obama on Monday to discuss how to stop a Persian tyrant interested in killing Jews. The meeting is just two days before Purim, a holiday retelling a similar tale, involving a Persian tyrant intent on killing Jews thousands of years earlier. Do not be surprised if Netanyahu somehow connects those two dots during public comments he will make in Washington."

Why are we not surprised that, according to Israel National News, during the three hours that President Barack Obama spent with Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu in the White House on March 5, "Netanyahu took the opportunity to draw a parallel between the narrative in the Book of Esther - wherein the wicked Haman seeks to destroy the Jewish people throughout the Persian Empire - with Israel's modern day conflict with Iran...Iran is geographically Persia and the Iranians are descendants of the ancient Persians."

A race war thousands of years old is invoked in deliberations of the President of the United States concerning our nation's war policy. The modern nation of Iran is identified with the ancient nation of Persia by the Israeli Prime Minister and his supporters in the Zionist press and American "patriot" right wing. The high Persian official Haman is likened unto the officials of present day Iran. This would be little more than Grade B schlock movie fare were it not invested with international gravitas before our very eyes. The ancient racial stereotyping against which the rabbis and the media howl when applied to "the Jews," is freely applied to the Iranians in the name of Israeli national survival and self-defense.

This contemporary racial targeting becomes more ominous when we consider that Haman was identified as part of the nation of Amalek which God ordered annihilated. In Christian teaching, the nation of Amalek is no longer mentioned. This belief is in accordance with the Bible at Deuteronomy 25:17-19 "to blot out the memory of Amalek from under Heaven." Since Amalek is gone from the face of the earth and Bible-believers are to blot out his memory, those who keep the memory alive are in violation of God's prophetic will. This defiance emanates from the Babylonian Talmud, which envisions an on-going war with Amalekites who are defined by 21st century rabbis as the anti-semites among us, meaning anyone who thwarts Zionism or Judaism.

In addition to the grave threat of extermination that this warped belief presents to the dehumanized people of Iran, it is also a warrant for the murder of all the opponents of Talmudic Judaism and the apartheid "State of Israel" who are classed as "anti-Semites," whether or not they are Iranian.


Rabbi Eliezer Melamed, left, is a leader of the violence-prone Israeli settler movement and the head of Yeshivat Har Bracha in the occupied West Bank of Palestine. He is esteemed as an authority on rabbinic law. His major works include his legal treatise, Pininei Halacha. Melamed uses his weekly column in the Israeli newspaper Basheva to advocate attacks ("vengeance") on Palestinians by the Israeli government and the military: "We don't aspire to private vengeance, but to state vengeance led by the Israel Defense Forces and all the systems of government." (Cf. Haaretz, March 18, 2011).

Rabbi Melamed has declared that those who worship Jesus Christ are idolaters: "...they (Christians) still embrace idolatry, believing that 'oto ha'ish' [Jesus] is god and the messiah, who will be resurrected to redeem the world... This delusion that Jesus is the mashiach (messiah) is indeed a false belief.  As we learned from the words of the Rambam (Moses Maimonides, Laws of Kings 11:4): 'Jesus the Christian, who thought he was the Messiah... was the subject of a prophesy in the Book of Daniel (11:14): '...also the renegades of your people will exalt themselves to fulfill the vision - but they will stumble.' Could there be a greater stumbling block than this [Jesus]?" 

For Purim 2012, Rabbi Melamed has made the following declaration:  "Although the main mitzvah of wiping-out Amalek rests upon the community in general, every individual Jew is also obligated to fulfill this mitzvah. Therefore, if one comes upon an Amalekite and has chance to kill him, but does not - he has annulled this mitzvah (Sefer HaChinuch, 604). 

Amalek was the first anti-Semite...Today, the seed of Amalek has been lost; however, if (it) becomes clear that a certain person is an Amalekite, following in their ways, it would be a mitzvah (blessed deed) to kill him (see Kol Mevaser 2:42)...Only after evil is eradicated from the world can there be complete joy. Thus on Purim, after the obliteration of Haman and his sons, happiness is especially great." Cf. Rabbi Eliezer Melamed, "Amalek: War Against the Root of Evil," Israel National News, Feb. 28, 2012 (emphasis supplied). 

Rabbi Melamed then creates an escape clause in case some people might be horrified at the notion of killing anyone labeled an "anti-Semite": "...if an Amalekite decides to take upon himself the fulfillment of the Seven Mitzvoth of Noah's Sons, according to Jewish law, there is no longer an obligation to kill him..." 

The "Seven Mitzvoth of Noah's Sons, according to Jewish law" (i.e. Talmudic law and successive halachos derived from it), decree death for idolaters. In Judaism worship of Jesus Christ is defined as avodah zorah (idol worship). "Anti-semitic" Amalekites and those who worship Jesus are subject to death. They can only escape capital punishment by accepting the Seven Mitzvoth of Noah's Sons and denying that Jesus is God. This is what it means to "take upon" the "Seven Mitzvoth of Noah's Sons" (Noachide Laws): the messiah status and divinity of Jesus Christ must be denied. The U.S. Congress is on record (Public Law 102-14) recommending the enactment of these misnamed "Noah" laws (in Orthodox Judaism the patriarch Noah is derided as a low character; cf. Judaism's Strange Gods [2011] p. 108). 


Michael Hoffman is the author of the 1100 page textbook, Judaism Discovered, and a condensed paperback version intended for the general reader, Judaism's Strange Gods. He is a former reporter for the New York bureau of the Associated Press and the editor of Revisionist History, a hard copy newsletter published six times a year.  Copyright©2012  â€¢  All Rights Reserved

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Comments for " Purim Recalls Judaism's Genocidal Agenda "

James C said (March 12, 2017):

Concerning Purim and its application today by Talmudic Jews to anti-Semites, this is just another example of what I have come to term as cafeteria style biblical exegesis. As far as I can tell, the Jews and the vast majority of Christian denominations are guilty of this method of exegesis; they go through the bible and they pick and choose what they want to believe. They ignore the historical and cultural context of whatever passage is under consideration so they can apply the passage to today's world. Thus they lift the passage out of its historical and cultural setting and interpret it in an exegetical vacuum. You cannot correctly interpret the bible by using this method of exegesis. It is an exegetical fallacy. The book of Esther describes events that occurred in 483-473 B.C. If the truth were ever told (and I seriously doubt that it ever will be), those events have no historical or cultural parallels with today's world. The book of Esther does not "recall Judaism's genocidal agenda." It's an historical record of the thwarting of Haman's attempted genocide of the Jews. Any other interpretation of the book is an example of eisegesis, an interpretation that expresses the interpreter's own ideas, bias, or the like, rather than the meaning of the text.

Brendon O'Connell said (March 12, 2017):

I hope Iran invites Michael Hoffman to speak Henry.

It took me three weeks of screaming to get permission to work with "The Persian Gulf Studies Center" to organize a conference in Tehran on Israeli spying. Why did I have to scream for three weeks and to get that happening? What do you think?

To talk about Purim and the underlying racial and religious supremcism in Jewish holy books? Iran would not even touch it.

Which makes me wonder about who is ultimately controlling Iran?

Henry, somewhere above the heads of even Netanyahu and Rohani themselves is an organization playing a very clever game. It runs along the lines of NATO - DRUG DEALING - ARMS TRADING - SWISS AND GERMAN BANKS...

Something that runs above Christian, Jew, Muslim, Communist - one "thing" to rule them all.

His name is Albert Pike.

Thanks for pointing this out Henry. Very important. I assure you in the northern suburbs of Iran no one cares about Purim and the meaning. They are just planning on their next drinking party. They may care about it but in the poorer places, they dont know about it. In the Shia Mosques they dont talk about it but they remember the past sacrifices of Ali and Hossein. I urge people to forget about Iran and put them in the waste paper basket of history. They are dreaming of a Shia Iranian Persian Empire and giving Israel and the US proxy army it controls the excuse it needs to send troops in to contain Shia expansion in the Middle East - and a reason for the Sunni states to grow closer to Israel and the US.

I heard government people attached to the Persian Gulf Studies Center speak casually about regaining "all the Stans" back after the British empire artificially broke them apart. All well and good, but it aint going to happen. They are delusional.

Javier from Spain said (March 12, 2017):

Nobody sees in the Purim cookies a representation of the female pubis?. The protagonist in the story is the woman, Esther, who points to those who can hinder the agenda in action, acting through her power (reflected in the biscuit) to denounce them, corral them and annul them.

Does it sound like nothing in today's world?

Dan said (March 12, 2017):

For those who know this old fable, you'll understand why Putin isn't flattered to be offered the role of a modern King Assuerus. He is portrayed as a weak minded, pussy whipped fop who is easily flattered and stays drunk a lot.

My first reading of the Book of Esther was in late middle age, because my parents raised me in a Presbyterian church and the King James Bible doesn't include Esther. It's one of the books Martin Luther and Calvin dropped from the Canon. Reading it as an adult, I found myself wishing it had deeper character development. I was curious to know the details of what Haman thought the Jews were up to that was so dangerous to the kingdom that Haman thought they needed to be wiped out.

The story seems designed to create mythic straw man to represent anti-Semitism into which Jews could plug any real historical character later on: King Edward 1st, Grand Inquisitor Tomas Torquemada, or Hitler can easily labeled as "another Haman".

Putin was very smart to suggest not mixing old narratives with current events.

Ron D said (March 23, 2016):

Purim is a lie. The book of Ester is easily proven to be a lie as it has no references in the historical records. However, the book of Daniel who Jesus mentions in the New Testiment is a book of truth. In the book of Ester it says that Haman was the chief steward of Nebuchadnezzar but no reference in the historical record supports this. However, Daniel who was made the chief steward does have references in antiquity.

At the council of Trent when the bible was being canonized, their were great debates as to whether or not the book of Ester should be added to the bible as we know it. Many texts were rejected because they lacked factual references which could be traced back. The reason why Ester was added was due to 5 hidden rubrics which clearly had the sacred name of GOD / YHVH included in the book of Ester. What is interesting is that in some of these instances the name of GOD / YHVH are written in reverse. This is a Satanic thing to write the name of GOD backwards. But I believe it is symbolic to those who would call themselves Jews and whose true lineage are Ashkenazim / Turkic and have no Semitic Blood / DNA. Jesus warned us about them in Rev 2:9, 3:9.

Bottom line.. Ester like the Ashkenazim today masquerade as Jews and are so filled with hate because their Babylonian traditions clearly state they are gods and we are their chattel / slaves.

Thomas said (March 23, 2016):

I concluded that the reason for including the book of Esther in the Bible is to warn Christians to beware of Jews. In 2014 I wrote a commentary on Esther.

My concluding remarks are at

The first four parts can be accessed from June and July 2014 on the right side of the page.

Henry Makow received his Ph.D. in English Literature from the University of Toronto in 1982. He welcomes your comments at