The media often attempt to put Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan on the defensive for “his notorious anti-Semitism.” Since the termanti-Goyimism is not in use to describe Orthodox Judaism’s institutionalized hatred of non-Jews in their most sacred text—the Babylonian Talmud—the staged morality play almost always consists of offended Judaics pointing righteous fingers of accusation at “moral lepers” like Louis Farrakhan. It’s a kind of media-enabled psychological warfare.
When Farrakhan defends Jesus Christ against hateful insults in the Babylonian Talmud, the ADL, Southern Poverty Law Center and mainstream media term him a “hater,” while the Talmudists are cast as the perpetual victims.Hate speech against Jesus and bigotry toward his true followers is of little concern to the media. Their universe spins on their mission of suppressing exposure of the sacred hate in the Talmud. In their Wonderland world, anyone like Farrakhan who undertakes that exposure, is a “hater”—educating the public about hate speech in Judaism becomes an act of hate. This is a form of quintessentially Talmudic logic known as “pilpul.”