Wednesday, March 20, 2019

Talmud: non-Jews will suffer for Zionism and be slaves


The Talmud is very complicated, not every statement is a law, sometimes it is a commentary or the opinion of a certain Rabbi, sometimes a stipulation or refutation, however the quotes below should give you a good idea about Talmudic reasoning on certain issues.

According to the Talmud during the birth of Zion non-Jews will suffer, be destroyed and lose power to the Jews. Typically, the Jews feel this is because they have suffered at the hands of the Gentiles (non-Jews), never minding their own initiation of anti-Gentilism. The Talmud reassures the Jews that once the transition of power is complete they will be able to keep their Gentile slaves in the “world to come”; their slaves will remain with them as property just as if they were farm animals. The Talmud explains that in the Zionist Age the Jews will still own asses [farm animals] and so they will still own their Gentile slaves who are “like an ass”. 


“[This refers to God's] heavenly family [I.e., the angels] and his earthly family [I.e., Israel,] when God says, These [the Gentiles] are my handiwork, and so are these [the Jews]; how shall I destroy the former on account of the latter? R. Papa said: Thus men say, ‘When the ox runs and falls, the horse is put into his stall.’20 – 1962 Soncino BabylonianTalmud, Sanhedrin 98b

FOOTNOTE 20: “The horse is made to replace it, but when the ox recovers, it is difficult to remove the horse. So the Israelites, having fallen, were replaced in power by the Gentiles: but on their recovery, it will be difficult to remove the Gentiles from their position without inflicting much suffering.”


“What is meant by, Woe unto you, that desire the day of the Lord! To what end is it for you? The day of the Lord is darkness, and not light? This may be compared to a cock and a bat who were hopefully waiting for the light [i.e., dawn]. The cock said to the bat, ‘I look forward to the light, because I have sight; but of what use is the light to thee?” 40 – 1962 Soncino Bablyonian Talmud, Sanhedrin 98b

FOOTNOTE 40: ” Thus Israel should hope for the redemption, because it will be a day of light to them: but why should the Gentiles, seeing that for them it will be a day of darkness?”


“Even a Canaanite bondwoman who [lives] in the Land of Israel is assured of a place in the world to come, [for in the context] here it is written, unto the people upon it, and elsewhere it is written, Abide ye here with the ass [which may be rendered] people that are like an ass’.78″ – 1962 Soncino Babylonian Talmud, Kethuboth 111a

FOOTNOTE 78: Sc. slaves who are considered the property of the master. As the ‘people’ spoken of in Isa. XLII, 5, are assured of a place in the world to come so are the ‘people’ referred to in Gen. XXII


  1. True Quote without censure:
    The Gemara clarifies: What is the meaning of the phrase “I see kol gever”? Rava bar Yitzḥak says that Rav says: It is a reference to He Whom all strength is His. It is as though even God will suffer like a woman in labor due to the troubles of the Jewish people. And what is the meaning of the phrase “And all faces turned green”? Rabbi Yoḥanan says: The reference is to the heavenly entourage above, i.e., angels, and the earthly entourage below, i.e., the Jewish people, who will all suffer at the time when the Holy One, Blessed be He, says: These, the Jewish people, are My handiwork, and those, the gentiles, are My handiwork. How shall I destroy those on account of these? It appears that the Holy One, Blessed be He, does not distinguish between the Jewish people and the gentiles. That is why Rabbi Yoḥanan was concerned with regard to the coming of the Messiah. (Sanhedrin 98b-10)

  2. Please dont more inventions, during the messianic age, jews and gentiles will be happy together under the rule of God. Also, this dont have any relationship with "zionism".

    "In that era, there will be neither famine or war, envy or competition for good will flow in abundance and all the delights will be freely available as dust. The occupation of the entire world will be solely to know God". (Melachim uMilchamot 12:5)