(Riverfront Times) Since their own ersatz version of Christmas — “Hanukkah” — is long over, Jews have nothing better to do than scrutinize every Christmas tradition to see how they can put a nefarious “anti-semitic” spin on it — and they haven’t spared Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol because — well — because they can’t help but see themselves in the character Scrooge:
Well, it’s that time of year again. Christmas. We all know what that means. Twenty-four hour marathons of “A Christmas Story” on TBS. Gaudy lights tacked onto just about every house in the suburbs. Overcrowded stores and that annual homage to Charlie Brown’s puny little tree.
Oh, and then there’s our favorite: Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol. But are we the only ones who’ve noticed that this widely-accepted, celebrated piece of literature is actually wildly anti-Semitic? Seriously. Stop huffing and puffing. Stop talking to yourself about how absurd this claim is. Just stop and think about it.
“A Christmas Carol” tells the story of Ebenezer Scrooge. Ebenezer, who just happens to have a Hebrew name, runs a counting-house. He’s generally thought to be a banker of some kind. Mr Scrooge is notoriously selfish and miserly — depicted as a greedy, unsympathetic man who’s icy-cold and bitter:
“External heat and cold had little influence on Scrooge. No warmth could warm, no wintry weather chill him. No wind that blew was bitterer than he, no falling snow was more intent upon its purpose, no pelting rain less open to entreaty.”
A nice guy. Let us pause to recap. We have a man with a Hebrew name living in London. So it’s safe to say he’s Jewish and not, say, Welsh. Next let’s consider how Dickens describes Mr. Scrooge’s appearance:
“The cold within him froze his old features, nipped his pointed nose, shrivelled his cheek, stiffened his gait; made his eyes red, his thin lips blue; and spoke out shrewdly in his grating voice.”
Hmm. As it stands, we’re dealing with a cold, greedy Jewish banker sporting a pointed nose. Nope, we don’t see anything stereotypical about that. Next, our evil banker is visited by three ghosts of Christmas. Ghosts of Christmas, huh? What else is a ghost but a spirit? And what about the etymology of the word “Christmas”? Oh yeah, it means Christ’s Mass. Basically, these ghosts represent the three spirits of Christ’s Mass.
Pausing for another recap: A trinity of Christ’s spirits visit a mean, greedy Jewish banker to preach redemption and salvation. Starting to see the undertones yet? In the end, it works like magic. Ebenezeer awakes reborn. He now has the spirit within and rains joy, compassion and charity on his fellow man (and that darling little Gentile, Tiny Tim).
Yep, that’s right. The miserly, Jewish banker opens his heart to the Spirit of Christ — and then, and only then, is he transformed into a loving human being. Scrooge done got himself saved. And had he not, well, we guess he’d still be an angry, greedy Jew banker destined for the shadows of an eternally-cold grave.
So, this holiday when you sit round the tree toasting eggnog and preparing for that holiday reading — okay, viewing, since we prefer TV to books now, and there are about ten zillion TV adaptations of this thing — just remember the hidden message you’re sharing with your kiddos on this day of love and grace: Jews are bad people doomed to hell unless they find Christ. Go Jesus!
This cantankerous Jew does what every paranoid, cringing neurotic does — project his self-hatred upon the non-Jewish world which he both envies and hates — and cannot help but desire to destroy.
It would never occur to this judeo-narcissist that there are so-called “gentiles” who behave — and have behaved — like Ebenezer Scrooge — and have, yes, been redeemed by the Spirit of Christ.
And this self-loathing Jew need not worry — the vast majority of Christians do not have any interest in trying to convert Jews — aside from traditional Catholics, but the Pope has decided that Jews have their own “special” path to the Kingdom without Christ — in complete defiance of Christ in John 14:6 — so the traditional Latin mass has been all but banned “for fear of the Jews.”
Evangelical Zionist Christians don’t really pray for the conversion of the Jews either — they merely pray and pay for as many Jews as possible move to Israel which allegedly will prompt their Scofield Jesus™ to return, rapture them, and then trick the stubborn Israelis to convert whether they like it or not.
That said, before Jews took virtual control of the publishing industry, characters like Scrooge were far more commonplace — unsavory Jews such as Fagin in Dicken’s Oliver Twist or Shylock in Merchant of Venice.
Jews have now become so easily offended that “evil” non-Jewish characters like Scrooge are not allowed to have typical Jewish-sounding names — such as Hershel Fink.
Once again Jews create even more anti-Semitism by obsessing about anti-Semitism — as they live up to their own negative stereotypes — stereotypes that Jews would have us believe have no foundation in reality — and are merely based on nothing more than irrational hatred of Jews –a “malignant disease” literally encoded in European DNA.
If anti-Semitism is indeed “encoded” in our DNA, then God put it there for a reason — as a natural part of our immune system to protect us from anti-Christ Jews.
And for that, “God bless us everyone!”