On how to treat Gentiles


Your host is busy. Posts will be very sporadic. Whenever time allows I will read your blogs and say hello.

On how to treat Gentiles has such great advice as

If a Jew is chasing a gentile in order to murder him, it is forbidden to kill the Jew in order to save the gentile, even if there is no other way to save the gentile’s life. A person who kills the Jewish pursuer in order to save the gentile’s life must be put to death. But if a gentile (or a Jew) is chasing a Jew in order to murder him, one must kill the pursuer in order to save the pursued person (if there is no other way to save his life). This law applies to a ger toshav as well.

Keep well.

 

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As Onyango Makagutu I am Kenyan, as far as I am a man, I am a citizen of the world

34 thoughts on “On how to treat Gentiles

  1. Jews. Tell me about them. Weird and wonderful.

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  2. Moral of the story: stop chasing people to murder them.

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  3. Carmen says:

    Good morning anyway, to our busy host. Glad to hear from you!

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  4. john zande says:

    Sounds reasonable.

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  5. Ron says:

    Ok, but the rule are somewhat vague. Do they apply everywhere or just to the West Bank, Gaza Strip and East Jerusalem?

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  6. So a mass murderer would never be stopped as long as they killed gentiles only.

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  7. basenjibrian says:

    The rules referenced in the link is horrible, Maka. I wonder if Donald Trump has studied them for his future regime?

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  8. basenjibrian says:

    Carmen: Your trust fund hippie’s situation is why I keep buying lottery tickets. ROFLOL.

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  9. Scottie says:

    @Carmen—- The dreams of winning wealth. We all have it and Ron keeps telling me the universe wants us to win. However so far it has taken more money than it gave. Dang it, the universe is bad at math, who knew? Hugs

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    • Carmen says:

      Know something Scottie? I’ve never bought a lottery ticket in my life. Always figured I’d just be another loser. I used to say to the kids, “Would you drive down the road, throwing toonies and loonies out the window”? (for those not from here, that’s two-dollar and one-dollar coins) 🙂

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      • makagutu says:

        Same here, Carmen.

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        • basenjibrian says:

          rationality versus fantasy.

          sometimes fantasy wins. I know if I had “invested” that $1 I would be rich, amirite?

          Besides, I (STILL) see people puffing away on carcinogenic Frankenstein sticks designed to addict you. Or eating toxic food. Or drinking themselves into bar fights. Or contributing money to the Trump campaign (or an African Prosperity Gospel “Witch Hunter” who alreAdy owns three mansions) So, there are far more egregious wastes of money than buying a lottery ticket or too. 🙂

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          • Carmen says:

            Absolutely! I consider them all bad habits and I have a couple myself; just not that one! 🙂

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          • makagutu says:

            You are right my friend. At least my drinking hasn’t resulted in a bar fight but has gotten me fat! My only excuse for not buying lottery is I passed in math and we did study probability. It has kept me away from any possible wins

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    • makagutu says:

      I don’t try lottery. I know I will not win

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  10. I treat my gentiles very well. I shower them every morning, along with the rest of my body, and cover them in fresh cotton underwear before I get dressed to start my day. Like Shakespeare once said to Marlowe, “Marlowe, there ain’t nothin’ like a good, clean set of gentiles to make a person feel warm and bubbly all over.”

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  11. shelldigger says:

    But, but… you can’t be busy and keep us entertained at the same time! I am crying foul on this one 😉 (I’m the last guy that can cry foul for blog absense due to being busy)

    I’m sure glad I don’t have to follow this rule. I wouldn’t know how the hell to react if I saw a Jew chasing a gentile, and I’m not sure if I could perceive intent of murder in every case either. Is calling 9-1-1 alright in these matters?

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    • makagutu says:

      Aren’t we all glad we don’t have to follow this madness!
      Calling 911 is alright only if a Jew has been hurt in the process, otherwise you don’t have to

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  12. koppieop says:

    I had a personal experience with two orthodox Jewish families who rented our neighbour’s house for a month’ holiday. When their rather loud prayers began to be a nuisance, their reply to our request was: “We paid a lot for this stay, and we feel free to do what we MUST do”.
    Something else that not bothered, and rather amused us, was to see that they had hung bed sheets to divide the swimming pool in two. I’m sorry I don’t remember clearly if the left half was masculine. 🙂

    One friend of mine, who used to trade mostly with Jews, characterized them as “tough negotiators, but once the deal is made, they will respect it in every detail”.

    Another friend, in the import- and export department of a bank, told me: that, if he were to invite ten of his best clients for dinner at his house, seven or eight of them would be Jews.

    .-

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