Wednesday, December 31, 2008

Jews expelled from England

Flier in Kiev, 1910: "Christians, take care of your children! It will be Jewish Passover on March 17."

In April 2005, five boys, ages 9 to 12, in Krasnoyarsk in Russia disappeared.

In May 2005, their burnt bodies were found in the city sewage.

Some Russian nationalist groups claimed that the children were murdered by a Jewish sect with a ritual purpose.[27][28]



'Child sacrifice ceremonies' are said to be popular among top Americans.

One thousand years ago, the Jews in England were not very popular.

The Jews are reported to have arrived in 1066 with William the Conqueror.

According to From Domesday Book to Magna Carta (1951), p. 353 (The Edict of Expulsion of 1290, expelling the Jews from England):

"The ostentation which possession of great wealth enabled the Jews to display,

"and their unconcealed contempt for the practices of Christianity, made them an object of universal dislike.

"As usurers, moreover, they had gained a strangle-hold on the recently founded monastic houses whose splendid buildings they had financed, and on many of the smaller aristocratic families..."


The story of Simon of Trent (1475)

In J. C. Cox's Norfolk Churches, vol. II, p. 47, as also in the Victoria County History of Norfolk, 1906, vol.. II, there is an illustration of a painted rood-screen depicting the ritual murder of St. William; the screen itself is in Loddon Church, Norfolk.

Reportedly, in 1144, in Norwich, a twelve year-old boy was crucified at the time of the Jewish Passover.

Reportedly, his body was found in a sack hidden in a tree.

Reportedly, a converted Jew, called Theobald of Cambridge, confessed that the Jews took blood every year from a Christian child.

Reportedly, the Sheriff, refused to bring anyone to trial. (The Edict of Expulsion of 1290, expelling the Jews from England)

The local people came to call the boy St. William.



There were other reports of child murder:

In 1160, in Gloucester, the body of a child named Harold was found with the wounds of crucifixion.

(Recorded in Monumenta Germania Historica, vol. VI (Erfurt Annals); Polychronicon, R. Higdon; Chronicles, R. Grafton, p. 46.)

In 1181, in Bury St. Edmunds, a child called Robert was reportedly sacrificed at Passover.

(Authority: Rohrbacher, from the Chronicle of Gervase of Canterbury.)

In 1232, in Winchester, reportedly a boy was crucified.

(Mentioned in Hyamson's History of the Jews in England; also in Annals of Winchester; and conclusively in the Close Roll 16, Henry III, m.8, 26.6.1232.)

In 1235, in Norwich, Jews reportedly stole a boy and hid him with a view to crucifying him.

(Haydn's Dictionary of Dates of date 1847; Huillard Breolles, Grande Chronique, III, 86; also Close Roll, 19 Henry III, m.23.)



In 1244, in London, a child's body was reportedly found in the cemetery of St. Benedict, with ritual cuts.

(Social England, vol. I, p. 407, edited by H. D. Traill.)

In 1255, in Lincoln, a boy called Hugh was reportedly kidnapped by Jews and crucified. Reportedly, the boy's mother found the body in a well on the premises of a Jew. Reportedly, King Henry III ordered the investigation of the case and the Jew was executed.

Hugh was locally beatified, and his tomb can be seen in Lincoln Cathedral

(According to Haydn's Dictionary of Dates (1847 edition) "They [the Jews] crucify a child at Lincoln, for which eighteen are hanged" Hyamson's History of the Jews in England devotes Chapter IX to "Little St. Hugh of Lincoln,")

In 1257, in London, a child was reportedly sacrificed.

(Cluverius, Epitome Historiae p. 541.)

In 1276, in London, a boy was reportedly crucified.

(Authority: The Close Roll of the Realm, 4, Edward I, m.14, 3.3.1276.)

In 1279, in Northampton, a child was reportedly crucified.

(Haydn's Dictionary of Dates, 1847, says: "They [the Jews] crucify a child at Northampton for which fifty are drawn at horses' tails and hanged."; Reiley, Memorials of London, p. 15; H. Desportes, Le Mystére du Sang.)

In 1290, in Oxford, a boy was reportedly murdered.

(The Patent Roll 18 Edward I, m.21, 21st June 1290, contains an order for the jail delivery of a Jew, Isaac de Pulet, detained for the murder of a Christian boy at Oxford.)

In 1290, King Edward I issued an edict expelling all Jews from England.

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3 comments:

Anonymous said...

I must be careful what i say here as i was made to sign the official secrets act but a coucil house in hackney london some years back coud not keep its tenents and hada very bad name, no one felt comfortable in there, i was a council decorator and we were called in again to decorate before another lot of new tenants. Under the wallpaper we found demonic paintings of the devil, hideous stuff, we felt very uneasy there so they called in an exorcist all hush hush and a mummified body was found under the floor, the exorcist spoke to the police and we crawled along outside and listened under the window, and it was a jewish ritual killing they said, nedless to say nothing got in the papers about it

Anonymous said...

Could you please explain what a Jewish ritual killing is???

Anonymous said...

What is a Jewish Ritual? I must be very ignorant.

 
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