Famous men on the Jews

What famous men said about the Jews.

From “The Nameless War” by Captain Archibald Ramsay

Don’t waste time looking for the book at the library or at Schools, you won’t find it.

Seneca B.C. 4 to A.D. 5
“The customs of this accursed people have grown so strong, that they have spread through every land”.

St Justin 116 A.D.
“The Jews were behind all the persecutions of the Christians. They wandered through the country everywhere hating and undermining the Christian faith.”

Mohammed 570
“It is incomprehensible to me, why one has not long ago expelled these death-breathing beasts … are these Jews anything else but devourers of men?”

Martin Luther 1483
“How the Jews love the book of Esther, which is so suitable to their bloodthirsty, revengeful, murderous appetite and hope. The sun has never shone on such a bloodthirsty and vindictive people, who cherish the idea of murdering and strangling the heathen. No other men under the sun are more greedy than they have been, and always will be, as one can see from their accursed usury. They console themselves that when their Messiah comes he will collect all the gold and silver in the world and divide it among them.”

Clement VIII Pope 1592
“All the world suffers from the usury of the Jews, their monopolies and deceit. They have brought many unfortunate peoples into a state of poverty, especially farmers, working-class people, and the very poor.”

Voltaire 1694
“The Jews are nothing but an ignorant and barbaric people, which have for a long time combined the most loathsome avarice with the most abominable superstition and inextinguishable hated of all peoples by whom they are tolerated, and through whom they are enriched.”

“I decided to improve the Jews: but I do not want any more of them in my Kingdom: indeed, I have done all to prove my scorn of the vilest nation in the world.”