Einstein Attacked German Idealism & Catholicism
Albert Einstein was a physicist and philosopher whose name has become synonymous with “genious”. In 1917, he wrote published a paper on the theory of relativity and became the father of modern science.
In 2007, Jewish author Walter Isaacson wrote “Einstein”, which examined his background.
He wrote, “Einstein was descended, on both parents’ sides, from Jewish tradesmen and peddlers.”
However there were no Jewish schools in Munich, so he briefly attended a Catholic school for three years. He was the only Jew among the 70 students in his class.
Einstein claimed the Catholics were intolerant. He later wrote that a teacher “ brought a long nail to the lesson and told the students that with such nails Christ had been nailed to the Cross by the Jews”.
He also claimed “among the children at the elementary school anti-Semitism was prevalent…Physical attacks and insults on the way home from school were frequent, but for the most part not too vicious.”
Meanwhile, Isaacson claims “Einstein developed a passionate zeal for Judaism.”
Einstein’s sister once wrote “He was so fervent in his feelings that, on his own, he observed Jewish religious strictures in every detail. He ate no pork, kept kosher and obeyed the strictures of the Sabbath. He even composed his own hymns, which he sang to himself as he walked home from school.”
Einstein was also influenced by Max Talmud, a Jewish medical student who dined with his family once a week. The Einstein’s followed an old Jewish custom and invited him to share the Sabbath meal with them.
Talmud brought Einstein science books written by Jewish Scientist Aaron Bernstein.
Einstein later explained “through the reading of popular scientific books, I soon reached the conviction that much in the stories of the Bible could not be true. The consequence was a positively fanatic orgy of free thinking coupled with the impression that youth is intentionally being deceived by the state through lies.”
He was also influenced by Jewish philosopher Baruch Spinoza and his theories of scientific rationalism.
Later Einstein declared, “I believe in Spinoza’s God, who reveals himself in the harmony of all that exists, not in a God who concerns himself with the fate and the doings of mankind.”
Einstein made a strong distinction between science and religion. He claimed “Scientists aim to uncover the immutable laws that govern reality, and in doing so they must reject the notion that divine will, or for that matter human will, plays a role that would violate this cosmic causality.”
He wrote “veneration for this force beyond anything that we can comprehend is my religion. To that extent I am, in fact, religious.”
In other words, Einstein’s religion was Jewish Science.
He hated German Idealism, the philosophical theory that ideas are more important than physical objects.
Einstein criticized German nationalism and believed it was “an infantile disease, the measles of mankind”. He claimed “We Jews have been too eager to sacrifice our idiosyncrasies in order to conform.”
He promoted materialism, the theory that objects are more important than ideas. He claimed people need rational, scientific evidence to prove the existence of spiritual ideas (like God).
The Catholic Church blasted Einstein, claimed he was a fraud, and doubted his scientific theories.
The Archbishop of Boston, Cardinal William Henry O’Connell claimed “the outcome of this doubt and befogged speculation about time and space is a cloak beneath which hides the ghastly apparition of atheism“.
The Archbishop of New York, popular television host Fulton Sheen claimed Einstein’s theories were “the sheerest kind of stupidity and nonsense.”
The German government was also highly critical of Jewish Science. In 1933, Einstein decided to leave Germany when Adolf Hitler was elected chancellor. A month later, the German government passed a law that banned Jews from holding any government positions, which included teaching at universities.
Einstein’s writing was also among the Jewish books burned by the German government on April 6th, 1933. The “Action Against the Un-German Spirit” Day was meant to symbolize the purification of the German culture
At the ceremony, Joseph Goebbels, the German Director of Propaganda declared “the era of extreme Jewish intellectualism is now at an end”. He believed “the future German man will not just be a man of books, but a man of character.”
The German government also added Einstein’s name to a list of assassination targets, with a “$5,000 bounty on his head.” One German magazine included him in a list of Jews with the phrase, “not yet hanged”.
Meanwhile, Einstein took up a position at the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton, New Jersey. He worked with many other Jewish scientists who fled Germany.
In fact, Einstein wrote, “For me the most beautiful thing is to be in contact with a few fine Jews—a few millennia of a civilized past do mean something after all.” In another letter he writes, “In my whole life I have never felt so Jewish as now.”
In 1939, Einstein led a group of Jewish scientists that warned the United States government of Nazi atomic bomb research. Einstein, Leó Szilárd, Edward Teller, and Eugene Wigner claimed it was “their responsibility to alert Americans to the possibility that German scientists might win the race to build an atomic bomb.”
The group wrote a letter to President Franklin D. Roosevelt and recommended that the government get involved in uranium research and develop a nuclear weapon. Roosevelt listened to Einstein’s advice and entered the “race” to develop the bomb.
Roosevelt created the “Manhattan Project”, led by a dozen Jewish scientists including Robert Oppenheimer, David Bohm, Leó Szilárd, Eugene Wigner, Rudolf Peierls, Otto Frisch, Niels Bohr, Felix Bloch, James Franck, Emilio Segre, Klaus Fuchs, and Edward Teller.
(Yes, the atomic bomb was actually developed by Jewish scientists that fantacized about blowing up Germany…)
Einstein himself openly hated Germany and the Catholic Church.
In 1919, he wrote “I am convinced that some political and social activities and practices of the Catholic organizations are detrimental and even dangerous for the community as a whole, here and everywhere.”
In 1930, Einstein wrote “When you learn the history of the Catholic Church, you wouldn’t trust the Center Party. Hasn’t Hitler promised to smash the Bolsheviks in Russia? The Church will bless its Catholic soldiers to march alongside the Nazis”
He added “I predict that the Vatican will support Hitler if he comes to power. The Church since Constantine has always favored the authoritarian State, as long as the State allows the Church to baptize and instruct the masses.”
Later, Times Magazine claimed Einstein had temporarily changed his views. They published a quote from Einstein which said “Only the Church stood squarely across the path of Hitler’s campaign for suppressing truth.”
HOWEVER, Einstein was furious and later claimed he never actually said that. He explained “the wording of the statement you have quoted is not my own. Shortly after Hitler came to power in Germany I had an oral conversation with a newspaper man about these matters. Since then my remarks have been elaborated and exaggerated nearly beyond recognition.”
In 1943, Einstein wrote “so often in history the Jews have been the instigators of justice and reform whether in Spain, Germany or Russia. But no sooner have they done their job than their ‘friends’, often blessed by the Church, spit in their faces”
He continued, “But what makes me shudder is that the Catholic Church is silent. One doesn’t need to be a prophet to say, ‘The Catholic Church will pay for this silence…I do not say that the unspeakable crimes of the Church for 2,000 years had always the blessing of the Vatican, but it vaccinated its believers with the idea: We have the true God, and the Jews have crucified Him.”
He added, “With a few exceptions, the Roman Catholic Church has stressed the value of dogma and ritual, conveying the idea theirs is the only way to reach heaven. I don’t need to go to Church to hear if I’m good or bad; my heart tells me this.”
Later in 1943, Einstein wrote another letter criticizing the Catholicism. He wrote, “I don’t like to implant in youth the Church’s doctrine of a personal God, because that Church has behaved so inhumanly in the past 2,000 years.
He added “consider the hate the Church manifested against the Jews and then against the Muslims, the Crusades with their crimes, the burning stakes of the inquisition, the tacit consent of Hitler’s actions while the Jews and the Poles dug their own graves and were slaughtered. And Hitler is said to have been an altar boy!”
To be fair though, Einstein was critical of ALL religions.
In 1954, he was asked about the Jewish religion and replied, “for me, the Jewish religion like all other religions is an incarnation of the most childish superstitions. And the Jewish people to whom I gladly belong and with whose mentality I have a deep affinity have no different quality for me than all other people. As far as my experience goes, they are also no better than other human groups, although they are protected from the worst cancers by a lack of power. Otherwise I cannot see anything “chosen” about them.”
Privately though, Einstein believed in Jewish Science and the rational theories of Aaron Bernstein and Baruch Spinoza.
Isaacson claims that before Einstein died, he had settled into a faith based on the “spirit manifest in the laws of the universe” and a sincere belief in a “God who reveals Himself in the harmony of all that exists.”
That’s not faith in God, but faith in science…
This article is part four of “The Jews Behind Modern Culture” series:
Introduction: JnJ Presents “The Jews Behind Modern Culture”
Sigmund Freud: The Jew Behind The Sexual Revolution
Karl Marx: The Jew Behind Communism
Betty Friedan: The Jew Behind Feminism
Albert Einstein: The Jew Behind Modern Science
George Soros: The Jew Behind The Democratic Party
William Kristol: The Jew Behind The Neocons
Lou Pearlman: The Jew Behind The Boybands
David Stern: The Jew That Runs Basketball
Bud Selig: The Jew That Runs Baseball
Mark Zuckerberg: The Jew Behind Facebook
Ben Bernanke: The Jew Behind The Federal Reserve
Ray Kurzweil: The Jew Behind Transhumanism