Wednesday, May 12, 2010

Was "scientific" liberal icon Freud really a Jewish supremacist who sought to smuggle Talmudic "morality" into the Western mainstream?

Did the Talmud influence Jewish supremacist Sigmund Freud with his theories on childhood sexuality?
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Sigmund Freud in his 1905 work Three Essays on the Theory of Sexuality, outlined a theory of psychosexual development with five distinct phases:
- The oral stage (0 - 1.5 years)
- The anal stage (1.5 - 3.5 years)
- The phallic stage (3.5 – 6 years) culminating in the resolution of the Oedipus conflict
- The Latency Phase (6–12 years of age)
- The genital, or adult stage
Babylonian Talmud: Tractate Sanhedrin Folio 54b
"Our Rabbis taught: In the case of a male child, a young one is not regarded as on a par with an old one; but a young beast is treated as an old one.23 What is meant by this? — Rab said: Pederasty with a child below nine years of age is not deemed as pederasty with a child above that. Samuel said: Pederasty with a child below three years is not treated as with a child above that"

"Joseph Wortis based on an interview with Freud in 1935: Freud commented that he viewed gentiles as prone to “ruthless egoism,” whereas Jews had a superior family and intellectual life. Wortis then asked Freud if he viewed Jews as a superior people. Freud replied: “I think nowadays they are… When one thinks that 10 or 12 of the Nobel winners are Jews, and when one thinks of their other great achievements in the sciences and in the arts, one has every reason to think them superior”
Page 108
The Culture of Critique
Kevin MacDonald


Chris Moore comments:

Freud thought Gentiles were prone to "ruthless egoism" but simultaneously declared that the self-described "Chosen Ones" are "superior"? It seems he must have been projecting his own tribe's worst characteristics onto the Gentiles, and extrapolating from there. Also, many of Freud's own patients were Jewish, so most of his "scientific" conclusions were not scientific at all, but rather based on the psycho-analysis of a rather, ahem, psychologically skewed sampling -- although his conclusions are no doubt valid for the majority population that dwells in Israel (and probably Manhattan and Hollywood).

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