Judaisation of South Koreans

PB: The Talmud will certainly teach Koreans racism and hatred of Christians and all other Goyim, incl. non-Jewish Asians, also how to subvert institutions like the Nobel Price, so Goyim (idiotized by the Judeocentric media) would perceive Jews to be more intelligent than they actually are. What kind of intelligence for example would ignore warnings from Polish Underground that, according to Zionist plan, annihalation of Jews, herded in ghettos by the Nazis in occupied Poland, was imminent? What intelligence prevents Jewish masses to see that they are manipulated and exploited for  Zionist goals with war on terror, spreading democracy and other Judeocentric BS?
From: “Marek Glogoczowski”
Date: July 18, 2012 7:25:28 AM PDT (CA)
Subject: Fw: FW: Korean Talmud
An excellent comment to the message about Talmud in S. Korea at
http://www.scam.com/showthread.php?t=137537 :
“Dr. Hutschnecker pointed out that mental illness peculiar to Jews is manifested by their inability to differentiate between right and wrong.” (By the way, inside Paradise it was forbidden to eat the fruit from the tree of wisdom what is good and what is evil. It means that Jews, which are trying to live “godly”, are forcing themselves – this since millenaries – not to differentiate what is good and what is evil. They thus scrupulously preserve their ‘childish egoism’ state of mind till their adult and than senile age. And the cultural virus of of such childishly selfish behavior vigorously spreads among other “Bible/Talmud infected” populations. — MG)
> Message du 18/07/12 11:34
> Subject: Korean Talmud
Talmud Study now Mandatory in South Korea
> The following fascinating article was translated by The Muqata from YNET.
Close to 50 million people live in South Korea and everyone learns Gemara (Talmud) in school. “We tried to understand why the Jews are geniuses and we came to the conclusion that it is because they study Talmud” said the Korean ambassador to Israel. And this is how “Rav Papa” became a more well known scholar in Korea than in Israel.
It is doubtful if the Amoraic scholars Abbaye and Rava imagined their discussions of Jewish law in the Beit Midrash in Babylon would be taught hundreds of years later in East Asia. Yet it turns outthat the laws of an “egg born on a holiday”  is actually very interesting to the South Koreans who have required that Talmud study be part of their compulsory school curriculum.
Almost every home in South Korea now contains a Korean-translated Talmud. But unlike in Israel, the Korean mothers teach the Talmud to their children. In a country of close to 49 million people who believe in Buddhism and Christianity there are more people who read the Talmud – or at least own their own copy at home – more than in the Jewish state. Much more.
“So we too will become geniuses.” “We were very curious about the high academic achievements of the Jews” explains Israel’s ambassador to South Korea, Young Sam Mahthat, who was a host on the program “culture today.” “Jews have a high percentage of Nobel laureates in all fields: literature, science and economics. This is a remarkable achievement. We tried to understand what is the secret of the Jewish people? How they – more than other people – are able to reach those impressive accomplishments? Why are Jews so intelligent? The conclusion we arrived at is that one of your secrets is that you study the Talmud.”
“Jews study the Talmud at a young age and it helps them in our opinion to develop mental capabilities. This understanding led us to teach our children as well. We believe that if we teach our children Talmud they will also become geniuses. This is what stands behind the rationale of introducing Talmud Study to our school curriculum.”
Young says that he himself studied the Talmud at a very young age: “It is considered very significant study” he emphasized. The result is that more Koreans have Talmud sets in their homes than Jews in Israel. “I for example have two sets of the Talmud: the one my wife bought me and the second was a gift from my mother.”
> Groupies of Jews. Koreans don’t only like the Talmud because they see it aspromoting genius but because they also found values that are close to their hearts. “In the Jewish tradition family values are important” explains the South Korean Ambassador. “You see it even today – your practice of the Friday evening family meal. In my country we also focus on family values. The respect for adults respect and appreciation for the elderly parallels the high esteem in my country for the elderly.” Another very significant issue is the respect for education. In the Jewish tradition
parents have a duty to teach their children and they devote to it lots of attention. For Korean parents their children’s education is a top priority. (YNET)
The photo above of a Talmud translated into Korean is courtesy of the South Korean Embassy to Israel.

By piotrbein