PART TWO Medical Experiments
[Part One: ZIKA Virus – and – Binyamin on Flouride . . . The Numbing of the Jewish Brain]
Medical experiments produced the Zika Virus. Medical experimental byproducts created Fluoride. Chemicals are in our medicines, vaccines, food, clothing, and so much more. What if any connection is there between this over-chemicalization in the world we live in AND the aftereffects of the experimental doctors from the Third Reich Nazi medical establishment?
Jewish Virtual Library: Nazi Medical Experimentation: The Ethics Of Using Medical Data From Nazi Experiments. There is a lot of stunning information contained in that article. A sample (atypical) of which is:
For Jews, there are times when saving a life is not the ultimate good to be achieved. While it is true that saving a life overrides all other commandments, a Jew is commanded to sacrifice his life rather than transgress the three cardinal sins (idolatry, murder, and sexual immorality).32 In fact, if one had the opportunity to save a life through the use of idolatry, he would be forbidden to do so.33
The Babylonian Talmud relates the incredible story of the late King of Israel, Hezekiah, to instruct us that a life might not be worth preserving, if that person's future plans with that life are repulsive to God.
There was a publication in existence titled, "Sefer Harefuah" (Heb. "The Book of Cures"). Many famous Rabbis ascribe the authorship to King Solomon. Maimonides states that the book contained remedies based on astrological phenomena and magical incantations, and prescriptions for the preparation of poisons and their antidotes. King Hezekiah hid the Book of Cures because people were cured so quickly and effortlessly that illness failed to promote a feeling of contrition, humility and recognition that God is the true healer of the sick. Furthermore, corrupt people used this information to kill their enemies by poisoning them.34
What wouldn't doctors give to have Hezekiah's Book of Cures? King Hezekiah certainly knew of the Book's definite potential to save lives, especially his own.35 He certainly understood the infinite value of life. Yet, he condemned the Book to oblivion and the Sages of Israel agreed with his decision. Hezekiah concluded that the lives that would have been saved, but for the idolatrous use of the book, were not worth preserving. They were better off dead than living under the destructive influence of idolatry.
31: Oftentimes, good is not supposed to emerge from bad. The Book of Samuel (15:1) related the episode in which God commissioned King Saul to destroy the Amalekite nation, their King, Agag, and all of their property. Saul violated God's command and spared the best of the Amalekite sheep. The Prophet Samuel rebuked Saul and informed him of God's decision to reject Saul as King of Israel. Saul defended his actions by re-emphasizing that he spared the Amalekite sheep in order to sacrifice it upon the alter of God. Samuel countered: "Does the Lord find delight in burnt offerings and sacrifices, as he does in obedience to his word? Behold, to obey is better than sacrifice, and to hearken better than the fat of rams." God's message was clear. Not even the King of Israel had the right to select the good from the evil of Amalekite. How much more so then from the evil of Nazism.
32 Babylonian Talmud, Tractate Sanhedrin, (74a)
33 Babylonian Talmud, Tractate Sanhedrin, (74a)
34 Babylonian Talmud, Tractate Pesachim, (56a)
35 King Hezekiah was afflicted with a deadly illness (leprosy) as punishment for remaining unmarried; Babylonian Talmud, Tractate Semachot, (47a).