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Expel Non-Jews: Israeli Chief Rabbi

All non-Jews should be expelled from Israel, and the only reason they are not is because they can be “servants to the Jews” until the Messiah comes, Israel’s Chief Sephardic Rabbi Yitzhak Yosef has announced.

Chief Rabbi Yosef went on to lament that they were not able to expel all non-Jews straight away “like they should,” but this would be done “once the Messiah arrives” and the Jews’ “hand was strengthened.”

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As reported by the Times of Israel—and completely ignored by the controlled media elsewhere—Chief Rabbi Yosef said that Gentiles “who don’t take on seven Noahide Laws should be expelled to Saudi Arabia.”

“The only reason non-Jews were still allowed to live in the Jewish state was the fact that the Messiah had yet to arrive,” he said.

“If our hand were firm, if we had the power to rule, that’s what we should do. But the thing is, our hand is not firm, and we are waiting for the Messiah,” he added.

Yosef said that Gentiles who do agree to take on the Noahide Laws—a Jewish code meant for the “children of Noah,” that is, all humanity—“will be allowed to remain in the land and fulfill roles reserved for gentiles in the service of Jews.”

Chief Rabbi Yosef is religious head of the entire Sephardic community in Israel, which makes up more than 50 percent of that country’s population.

Yosef occupies one of the most senior positons in Israeli society, that of one of the two rotating presidencies of the Chief Rabbinate. This body is recognized by Israeli law (the “Chief Rabbinate of Israel Law, 5740–1980) as the supreme rabbinic and spiritual authority for Judaism in Israel.

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The Chief Rabbinate of Israel consists of two Chief Rabbis: an Ashkenazi rabbi and a Sephardi rabbi. These Chief Rabbis are elected for 10 year terms by a body of 150 Jews, including 80 senior rabbis representing religious councils and 70 lay officials representing the government, the Knesset (Israeli parliament), and local authorities.

Yosef, who therefore represents the majority of Jews in Israel, was elected in 2013 along with Ashkenazi Chief Rabbi David Lau.



The Chief Rabbinate Council has legal and administrative authority to organize religious arrangements for Israel’s Jews. It also sets down Jewish law (“halakhic” rules) to Jewish communities in all other countries around the world.

The Rabbinate also has jurisdiction over marriages in Israel—which is why Jews are forbidden from marrying non-Jews in that country—kosher laws, and overseeing Rabbinical courts in Israel.

These Rabbinical courts are part of Israel’s judicial system, and are managed by the Ministry of Religious Services. Their verdicts are implemented and enforced—as for the civil court system—by the police, bailiff’s office, and other agencies.

In other words, Yosef is not some small-time extremist: he represents a majority of Jews in Israel, and is one of the most senior figures in determining Jewish law and attitudes toward Gentiles not only in Israel, but all around the world—particularly in determining the “servant” status of Gentiles under Jews.

Needless to say, observers expecting the controlled media to make a fuss over Chief Rabbi Yosef’s comments will wait in vain.

The controlled media is under strict orders never to report on such matters—in strong contrast to any opportunity they have to present Europeans as “racists.”

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In addition, do not expect Jewish lobby organizations such as the ADL or AIPAC to condemn Israel or Yosef—because they are the experts in hypocrisy, and only reserve their venom for Europeans.

While Chief Rabbi Yosef’s comments about expelling non-Jews and making them “servants of the Jews” reveal much about Jewish attitudes toward Gentiles in general, the real issue is not that the most senior religious figure in Israel does not want Jews living in his country.

This is because no people with any healthy sense of self-dignity wants to be overrun by others of a foreign race—and the Jews do indeed have a right to rule themselves in their own nations, as do all other people as well.

The problem comes when these same Jews lead the attack to condemn as “Nazis” any Europeans who might dare suggest that Europeans have that same right that Jews demand—namely to live in peace in their own countries without being overrun by foreigners.

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10 Comments

  1. I never had anything against the Jews but reading what they have been doing this past year or so, makes me absolutely loathe them, especially with them forcing invaders upon us in Europe and the US! Goldman Sachs, Soros and the Rothchilds, all part of the worldwide genocide of the white people!

     
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    1. The same happened to me. Reading about their suffering during WWII, I was not able to take in any kind of negative info. I gradually changed my opinion about 6 months ago when I no longer could turn the blind eye to the fact that all journalists, reporters and other moulders of public opinion who have Jewish roots (surprisingly many in Sweden) are especially eager to welcome the massinflux of people from distant culture to Europe.

       
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  2. Good news. We will expel all Jews from Europe… again. How many times has that been done over the past 1000 years? Over 100 times? But they always get back in. They are like a malignant cancer that persists and can’t be gotten rid of. This time though, let’s make sure eh?

     
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    1. They are paying the gimmegrants to invade Europe…we have to ask WHY? Although it is obvious…destroy and conquer….!!!

       
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  3. The only democracy in the meddle east?. Are we in the 21 century or am I dreaming?. What is astonishing is that USA, Britain and some other lunatic countries are desperately helping this loonies to take over. Amazing what religion can do to your brains. Well, I’ll be gone before that happens so watch out new comers.

     
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  4. Chief Rabbi Josef’s comment: “The only reason non-Jews were still allowed to live in the Jewish state was the fact that the Messiah had yet to arrive”, If the Rabbi admits the Messiah has yet to arrive then he is admitting that Israel has no right to exist.

    According to the law of the Torah, Jews are forbidden from arising the God-imposed exile, and are required to remain under the rule of the nations of the world, until the coming of the Messiah, as explained in the book VAYOEL MOSHE.

    A pact known as the Three Oaths was made between God, the Jewish people, and the nations of the world, when the Jews were sent into exile. One provision of the pact was (1) that the Jews would not rebel against the non-Jewish world that gave them sanctuary; a second was (2) that they would not immigrate en masse to the Land of Israel. In return the (3) gentile nations promised not to persecute the Jews.

    The Rabbi seems to be encouraging the Jewish People to engage in rebellion against their God. There is a group of Anti-Zionist Orthodox Jews, the Neturei Karta, who demand the dismantling of Israel UNTIL the coming of the Messiah. Needlesstosay, adherence to religious conviction is ignored by the Israeli Government since it is difficult to justify the settlers’ claims that “God gave them the land’ since they are forbidden from arising from their God-imposed exile, and are required to remain under the rule of the nations of the world,

     
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  5. “As David Petegorsky, executive director of the American Jewish Congress, stated in an address to the biennial convention of the American Jewish Congress in 1948: “We are profoundly convinced that Jewish survival will depend on Jewish statehood in Palestine, on the one hand, and on the existence of a creative, conscious and well adjusted community in this country on the other. Such a creative community can exist only within the framework of a progressive and expanding democratic society, which through its institutions and public policies gives full expression to the concept of cultural pluralism.”
    Kevin MacDonald, Separation and Its Discontents: Toward an Evolutionary Theory of Anti-Semitism (Westport, CT: Praeger, 1998), 90.

    See here.

     
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