In Jesus’ day, according to their Babylonian Talmudic tradition, the Pharisees believed the Jews have higher souls than non-Jews, the Goyim, whom as such can be treated like cattle. They believed they’re entitled to rule over all. The messiah would lead their New World Order quest. So when Jesus refused, saying His kingdom was not of this world, they rejected Him, and have become revolutionaries ever since. E. Michael Jones calls this the Jewish revolutionary spirit, which is based on their Satanic Talmud and Kabbalah, not the Bible.
Paul says in Romans 11 that “a partial hardening has happened to Israel until the fullness of the Gentiles has come,” which Michael Brown believes is the coming last days, greatest move of God ever: Jesus’ prayer in John 17 fulfilled — “that the world will know!”
Paul then says in verse 28: “concerning the good news [the gospel], they are enemies for your sake” Continue reading “Michael Brown: Rabbis consider the Pharisees their founding fathers – “They built on the Pharisaic tradition””