INVESTIGATIONS INTO REGULATED JEW PEDOPHILIA !
THAT LOOK OF TERROR IN THE YOUNG GIRL'S FACE
* Swollen Lips
* Snot Filled Nose
* Multiple Marks On Face
* Beatings ?
* Domestic Violence Against Children ?
* Sexual Abuse (see below about jews \ pedophilia) ?
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JEW REGULATED PEDOPHILIA
(Talmud, Torah, Kabbalah)
Permits Child-Adult Sex
Talmud law permits sexual intercourse between
children and adults.
This doctrine is contained in a number of Mishnahs.
Before we examine them, however, it is necessary
that the reader be familiar with the word kethubah.
According to the Soncino Talmud Glossary:
" KETHUBAH (Lit., 'a written [document]'); (a) a wife's marriage
settlement which she is entitled to recover on her being divorced
or on the death of her husband. The minimum settlement for a virgin
is two hundred zuz, and for a widow remarrying one hundred zuz;
(b) the marriage contract specifying the mutual obligations
between husband and wife and containing the amount of the endowment
and any other special financial obligations assumed by the husband. "
— Babylonian Talmud, Soncino Talmud Glossary
Zuz is a unit of currency. We see, then, that a dollar (or zuz)
value is put on virginity.
Now let's look at a Mishnah from Kethuboth 11a:
" MISHNAH. WHEN A GROWN-UP MAN (7) HAS HAD SEXUAL
INTERCOURSE WITH (8) A LITTLE GIRL, (9) OR WHEN A SMALL
BOY (10) HAS INTERCOURSE WITH A GROWN-UP WOMAN, OR
[WHEN A GIRL WAS ACCIDENTALLY] INJURED BY A PIECE OF
WOOD (11) — [IN ALL THESE CASES] THEIR KETHUBAH IS TWO
HUNDRED [ZUZ] … "
— Babylonian Talmud, Tractate Kethuboth 11a
Soncino 1961 Edition, page 57
The translator, Rabbi Dr. Samuel Daiches, amplifies the text
" A man who was of age.
Lit., 'who came on'.
Less than three years old.
Less than nine years of age.
Lit., 'One who was injured by wood', as a result of which she
injured the hymen. "
— Rabbi Dr. Daiches
Let's review the above-cited Mishnah: "When a grown-up man has
had sexual intercourse with a little girl, or when a small boy
has intercourse with a grown-up woman …" It is obvious that
sex activity between a grown man and a little girl, and between
a grown woman and a little boy, is a part of the woof and the
warp of everyday Talmud life; such relationships, in the eyes
of the Sages, are unremarkable.
There is no prohibition on sexual activity between adults and
young children — it is simply regulated. Recall the words of
the Very Reverend the Chief Rabbi of the British Empire, the
late Dr. Joseph Herman Hertz:
" Religion in the Talmud attempts to penetrate the whole of
human life with the sense of law and right. Nothing human is
in its eyes mean or trivial; everything is regulated and
sanctified by religion. Religious precept and duty accompany
man from his earliest years to the grave and beyond it.
They guide his desires and actions at every moment. "
— Rabbi Dr. Hertz
Thus, if the Talmud permits girls three years old and younger
to be sexually used by adults, that is the law. The concern of
the Sages is to ensure that the adult is not, technically
speaking, in violation of any of the rules.