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Jewish Ritual Murder: Real or Imagined?

51byUcn6ObLA consideration of the thesis of Blood Ritual by Philip de Vier

by David Sims

I DON’T THINK THAT most Jews are involved in ritual murder. In fact, I think that many Jews sincerely believe that it just does not happen. The laws of Moses, you know, and the Ten Commandments, etc.

But there are different sects of Jews, just as there are different sects of Muslims and of Christians, and some of the Jewish sects are both more secretive and more bloodthirsty than others.

Some of them probably have been in the habit of committing ritual murders, often by blood-letting, episodically across the past thousand years. The accounts of such events are too numerous, too persistent, and too similar in method to be discounted in total.

Although some Blood Accusations (it is presumptuous to call them “Blood Libels” without evidence to back up the claim of libel) are almost certainly malicious falsehoods, it is likely that many, perhaps most, are true.

Here is what the publisher had to say about this book:

On April 1, 1899, the body of 19-year-old Agnes Hurza, a young White woman, was found in a woods near Polna, Bohemia, then a part of Austria-Hungary. Her throat had been slashed so badly that she was nearly decapitated. Her wounds revealed that she had been held upside down until her body had been emptied of blood. As this blood was not found at the crime scene, it must have been collected and carried away.

For most of history, belief in Jewish ritual murder was widely accepted. Naturally, the Jews aren’t the only group who have practiced (and might still practice) ritual murder. Historically, it is fairly common: The Aztecs, numerous African tribes, and the ancient Carthaginians come to mind.

But since WW2, with the rise of Jewish ownership of the mass media, has come the politically-correct “Doctrine of the Never-Guilty Jews.” Every accusation of Jewish ritual murder, no matter how well proved it might have been in its time, has become a “Blood Libel” in today’s media, a phrase that explicitly frames each case as a malicious falsehood, without an examination of the facts.

Probably, not every accusation is true. But it is also unlikely that all of them are false. Philip de Vier has made a thorough survey of the known evidence in about 200 cases of ritual murder in ancient, medieval, Renaissance, and modern times. Adopting the approach of a detective investigating a murder, de Vier invites his readers to sift the relevant facts from history and to see that they point toward the existence of a transgenerational ritual murder cult within the larger body of Judaic tradition. The evidence is persuasive, but, says de Vier, the final verdict is ours to make.

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I have this book, but have not yet read it.

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A somewhat disembodied review, what is the context of this book? How does it stand among its peers? There is an enormous literature on the subject even in English, does it add to (or detract from) that literature? Was it published after the incendiary “The Jews of Europe and Ritual Murder” (2007) by Ariel TOAFF? A hard act to follow if so… Does it critique LEESE’S “My Irrelevant Defence”? Does it distract – or affirm? Incidentally, not only are there the well-known medieval references such as that immortalised in CHAUCER’s “The Prioress’s Tale” but ‘the lie that would never die’ (?) appears in at least one modern, post-WW2 source: “Soviet Jewry and Human Rights” (1965) by Isi LEIBLER, p.34: “In 1960 there was the notorious case of the blood libel… Read more »

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Here is the thing about organ harvesting, your heart must still be beating with the help of a respirator, with no pain killer but with a paralyzing agent so the nurses don’t get upset when the harvest victim starts convulsing on the table. In other words you must still be alive, heart beating, when they harvest the organs. Once heart stops, the organs are no longer viable. That’s a fact and that is why Harvard professors invented “brain death”; to procure viable organs from a living victim. … say you have a son, he gets in to a car accident, you go to the hospital and they already have called the organ procurement team and they gently coax you with, “I’m sorry but your son is ‘brain dead’ , would… Read more »