November 25, 2013
A spineless Harvard Christian journal has now apologized for saying the Jews deserved the Holocaust for having murdered Jesus.
We are supposed to believe that the Jews didn’t deserve the ‘Holocaust’ for killing Christ? What did they deserve for killing Christ? Unlimited amounts of money to build nuclear weapons with which to threaten to destroy anyone who questions them, including Europe and America?
The Harvard “Christians” didn’t even bother to mention that as much as the Christ-Killers might have deserved mass-gassing for the murder of Our Savior, they didn’t actually get it.
From Business Insider:
An undergraduate Christianity journal at Harvard University has apologized after a blog post on their website argued that “punishments” to the Jewish people — including the Holocaust — were the result of Jews killing Jesus.
The post — titled “Why Us?” — appeared Wednesday on the website for The Harvard Ichthus and was apparently written by an anonymous Jewish convert to Christianity, The Boston Globe reports. The post was taken down soon after, but was reposted with edits on Friday, before it was again removed. An editorial apology was posted over the weekend.
While the original piece has now been completely removed from the Ichthus’ website, The Globe has a full copy of the text based on screenshots.
In one of the more startling lines in the blog post, the author recalled his religious heritage as a way to communicate how he understands Jewish suffering. “We, the Jews, collectively rejected God and hung Him up on a cross to die, and thus we deserved the punishments that were heaped on our heads over the last 2000 years,” the author wrote.
In a statement to The Globe, Aaron Gyde, a Harvard senior and the Ichthus’ editor in chief, said, “As a staff, we would not argue that the fact some Jews were involved in the death of Jesus merits the persecution they have suffered over the past 2,000 years … We deeply regret the way many Christians have used our sacred texts to justify anti-Semitism. We did not feel that the intent or purpose of the article was specifically anti-Semitic.”