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Jewish Racial Self-Protection

Speaking with the knowledge gained as a former Shabbos Goy (i.e. Jew-slave):

Although it is well-known amongst tiny-nosed GOY folk that Judaism deters conversion, I have personally long had a pet theory that most if not all „converts“ to Orthodox Judaism are crypto-Jew Mischlings. 606 more words


Crypto-jew Jeff Hood damns "White America" before Dallas shootings

Has to be seen to be believed

This man claims to be a Christian, by the way. No, sir, a Christian would not utter those words. 72 more words

Crypto-Jewish Sabbateans: The Donmeh

The story of Crypto-Judaism usually revolves around Spanish and Portuguese Jews who converted to Catholicisim between the 14th and 16th centuries and their struggles to maintain Jewish life amidst the Spanish and later Portuguese Inquisitions. 196 more words

Crypto-Jewish History

Spanish Judaism, the Inquisition, and Identity in the New World


Roger Martinez, a professor at the University of Colorado and former president of the Society of Crypto-Judaica Studies, and Joseph B. Diaz, the curator of the New Mexico History Museum have joined forces to present a fascinating an exhibit. 125 more words


Did Crypto-Jews Reach Ireland?

The migration of Crypto-Jews from Spain and Portugal to France, England, Germany, and the overseas Spanish and Portuguese empires has been well documented. Numerous studies have discussed the communities that were established by former Conversos. 52 more words


Why won’t Israel acknowledge the Armenian Genocide? The Donmeh Jewish leadership of Turkey was responsible

TMR Editor’s Note:
The following two articles provide some relatively unknown yet critical history concerning the Armenian Genocide which occurred from 1915 through 1923.  That the genocide took place is indisputable; that various countries would have the world community of nations believe otherwise is quite curious. 3,668 more words

The Jewish Problem

Crypto-Judaism: Rabbi Isaac bar Sheshet

The following video tells the story of a little known Converso from Valencia. The individual in question is the famous Rabbi Isaac bar Sheshet. He never mentions this in his own writings, but court documents from the city of Valencia indicate that he converted under duress in 1391. 76 more words