The Jewish religion has four books: The Torah (the Christian 'Old Testament'), the Talmud, the Kabbalah (a book of mysticism, the origin of the cabalistic signs used by the Illuminati and the Freemasons) and the Zorah. Of these:
"...The Talmud is to this day the circulating heart's blood of the Jewish religion. Whatever laws, customs or ceremonies we observe - whether we are orthodox, conservative, reform or merely spasmodic sentimentalists - we follow the Talmud. It is our common law." Herman Wouk - The Talmud
In Erubin 21b (Soncino edition) it says:
"My son be more careful in the observance of the words of the scribes than in the words of the Torah."
The Talmud get its name from the word "Lamud" - taught, and means "The Teaching", that is, the doctrinal book which alone fully expounds and explains all the knowledge and teaching of the Jewish people.
The Mischnah is the foundation and the principal part of the whole Talmud. As their interpretations increased with the passing of time, the disputations and decisions of the doctors of the law were written down and these writings constituted another part of the Talmud called the Gemarah. In interpreting the Mischnah, the schools of Palestine and Babylon followed each their own method and gave rise to a twofold Gemarah - the Jerusalem and the Babylonian versions.
The gemarah is followed by additions called Tosephoth. These commentaries were further supplemented by other decisions called Piske Tosephoth. Besides these there appeared the Perush.
Thus the Mischna, Gemarah, Tosephoth, the Piske Tosephoth and the Perusch Hamischnaioth constitute a vast work which is called the Talmud.
The Talmudic commentary on the Torah (the Bible) is their supreme law, and not the Torah itself.
What Christians have thought of the Talmud is amply proved by the many edicts and decrees issued about it, by which the supreme rulers in Church and State proscribed it many times.
In 553 the Emperor Justinian forbade the spread of the Talmudic books throughout the Roman Empire.
In the 13th century the Popes Gregory IX and Innocent IV condemned the books of the Talmud. Later they were condemned by many Roman Pontiffs - Julius III, Paul IV, Pius IV, Pius V, Gregory XIII, Clement VIII, Alexander VII, Benedict XIV.
At the beginning of the 16th century, (The Reformation) the Jews began to distribute the Talmud openly. The first printed edition of the Talmud, containing all its vituperations against the Christian religion, was published in Venice in the year 1520.
Towards the end of the 16th century and and the beginning of the 17th, the Jews, fearing for themselves, began to expunge parts of the Talmud.
"Let our writings be open to all people. Let them see what our moral code is like!...In its attitude towards non-Jews, the Jewish religion is the most tolerant of the religions in the world. ... We hereby declare the Talmud does not contain anything inimical to Christians."
Is this true?
In Leviticus 25:44-45) it says:
"By our jokes and by our attacks we will render their priests ridiculous and eventually odious, their religion as ridiculous, as odious, as their priests. We shall become masters of their souls, because our pious attachment to our religion will prove to them they shall be our possession."
In Babha Bathra (54b) it says:
"all things pertaining to the Goim are like a desert; the first person to come along and take them can claim them for his own.
In Choschen Hammischpat (183, 7 ) it says:
"If you send a messenger to collect money from an Akum and the Akum pays too much, the messenger may keep the difference. But if the messenger does not know about it, then you may keep it all yourself."
(The words "goi" and "akum" are derogatory terms for Christians or Gentiles.)
In Babha Kama (113b) it says:
"It is permitted to deceive a Goi."
In Chaschen Hamm (182, 7 Hagah) it says:
"If a Jew is doing business with an Akum and a fellow Israelite comes along and defrauds the Akum, either by false measure, weight or number, he must divide his profit with his fellow Israelite, since both had a part in the deal, and also in order to help him along."
In Zohar (I, 160a) it says:
"Rabbi Jehuda said to him (Rabbi Cezkia): 'He is to be praised who is able to free himself from the enemies of Israel, and the just are much to be praised who get free from them and fight against them.' 'Rabbi Chezkia asked, 'How must we fight against them?' Rabbi Jehuda said, 'By wise counsel thou shalt war against them.'(Proverbs, ch.24.6). 'By what kind of war?' 'The kind of war that every son of man must fight against his enemies, which Jacob used against Esau - by deceit and trickery whenever possible. They must be fought against without ceasing, until proper order be restored. Thus it is with satisfaction that I say we should free ourselves from them and rule over them.'"
In Mishna Sanhedryn 57 it says:
"Thou shalt not do injury to your neighbour, but it is not said, 'Thou shalt not do injury to a goy.'"
In Schultchan Aruch, Choszen Hamiszpat 348 it says:
"All property of other nations belongs to the Jewish nation, which consequently is entitled to seize upon it without any scruples. An orthodox Jew is not bound to observe principles of morality towards people of other tribes. He may act contrary to morality, if profitable to himself or to Jews in general."
The above is a small sample, taken at random, of the many "racist" remarks with which the Talmud is peppered. (Taken from "The Talmud Unmasked" by Rev. I. B. Pranaitis, St. Petersburg, 1892.).
Israelis annually take part in a national pilgrimage to the grave of Simon ben Yohai to honour the rabbi who advocated the extermination of non-Jews.
In Soferim 15, Rule 10 it says:
"This is the saying of Rabbi Simon ben Yohai: Tob shebe goyyim harog. (Even the best of the gentiles should all be killed).
The Israeli "Star of David" is actually nothing of the kind, but rather an occult hexagram, a yantra of the androgyne, which became associated with the Khazars in 14th century Bohemia.
It seems (Information ex European Jewish Press 4.2.2008) that Jewish organisations have welcomed Pope Benedict XVI's decision to rewrite the Good Friday prayer in the traditional Latin Missal to remove derogatory reference to Jews after protests that they could damage relations between the faiths.
It is hoped that as a complimentary measure the Jews will themselves erase the very many derogatory references to Christians and Gentiles in their Talmud, notably their reference to the mother of Christ as a whore. A fact of which the Pope appears to be blithely unaware or is turning the proverbial "blind eye".