The Beilis Blood Libel – some interesting stuff

This was initially put up as ‘updates’ on the previous post.

But it’s so interesting, that I am pulling it out into it’s own post.

It all started when the Rav said this:

[The priest] said that he knew all of the SHAS.

Because Tuvia Beilis – more than a hundred years’ ago, he was a convert [to Judaism]. His father had been in the parliament in America.

[Click the link for more details about the Beilis blood libel, I’ll also put more details under the footnotes below.]

Then, there was a libel against the Jews, because they found some cute boy, with payot, some sweet child. And they discovered that he’d been he’d been stabbed 49 times.

So, this has to be the Jews!!!

Because this is 49 – 7 x 7, symbolising the counting of the omer!


So, [the Russian Tzar] he was already believing in this.

He said, it’s true that not every Jew puts blood in their matzahs, but half of them do put blood in.


I  just started ‘filling in the blanks’ on the blood libel case, and then… we got to where we got to.

Make of it what you will.


This is the ‘official story’ of the Beilis blood libel, snippets from the ANU website HERE:

On the spring morning of March 12, 1911, 13-year-old Andrei Yushchinsky left his house to go to school, just like he did every morning.

But when he didn’t come home that afternoon, it turned out that he hadn’t made it school either. On March 16, his mother and stepfather contacted the editors of the local newspaper and asked them to publish a notice about a missing child. Four days later, Andrei’s body was found in one of the caves located in the outskirts of the city of Kiev.

His hands were tied and he had stab wounds all over his body….

During Andrei’s funeral, leaflets were handed out to those in attendance, which claimed that he had been tortured to death by Zhyds, namely Jews.

He had been tortured so they could use his blood to make matzos for the upcoming Passover holiday….


Long  story short, they arrest a Jew called MENACHEM MENDEL BEILIS, and accuse him of the murder.

Beilis worked as the manager of one of the local brick factories in Kiev, close to the scene of the crime, and:

Suddenly, witnesses appeared who described “a man with a black beard” who had chased after Andrei and dragged him to one of the furnaces at the factory, where two other men “wearing strange clothing” were waiting for them.


(Why, oh why, am I suddenly getting that sinking feeling about this story….)

It continues:

Beilis was brought in for questioning, but denied having any connection with the incident.

It also came to light that neither he nor the factory owner were religious Jews and did not dress like ones.

Beilis’s wife, Esther, told the investigators that her husband did not observe the Sabbath and did not celebrate Jewish holidays because he had to work around the clock to support his five young children.


OK, so basically he’s let go.

But then, he’s re-arrested as new evidence comes to light, including a confession Beilis is said to have made to a cellmate, and another confession said to have been obtained under torture, where he admits to killing “Andrei and drain[ing] his blood using “special ritual implements.””

Of course, Jews don’t use blood in matzahs….

But franco-masonic satanists DO murder children and use blood in all of their black magic rituals.


Long story short, a big trial is scheduled, and some famous Russian-Jewish lawyer who specialises in defending Jews against blood-libels, called Oskar Gruzenberg, takes the case.

His brother Samuel Gruzenberg was working as a writer and ‘social activist’, and was also a member of the ‘Jewish Colonisation Associate‘, that was working very hard to get Jews out of Russia (and out of ‘religion’….) and into places like Canada, Argentina, and then later on, also Eretz Yisrael.

(Edmund de Rothschild was working with Baron Maurice de Hirsch – all good franco-masons – using the JCA as one of their ‘cut outs’.)

But I digress.


Of course, Beilis is acquitted:

The Beilis trial became the most famous show trial in the Russian Empire in the pre-revolutionary period.

On October 28th, a year after the trial started and more than two years following his arrest, Mendel Beilis was released. Thousands of people gathered near his home to congratulate him because the truth had finally come to light.


In the meantime, MENACHEM MENDEL BEILIS is forced to leave Kiev, and in January 1914, he ends up in….Tel Aviv.

Where else?

The story ends with this strange bit of information:

In 1921, after encountering financial problems and learning that his eldest son had committed suicide, Beilis left for the United States.

He is buried in Queens.

And this is what’s written on the grave of this man who had totally turned his back on his yiddishkeit:

Make note of this grave

Here lies a holy person, a chosen man.

The people of Kiev made him a target

And imposed the suffering on all Jews.

They falsely accused him and his community

 Of taking the blood of a Christian child to observe

A fabricated tenet of his faith on the Passover festival.

They bound him in chains and lowered him into a hole

And for many years he did not see the light of day.

And to punish all Jews he was brutally tortured.

Pay tribute to this pure and innocent soul

Who dwells in the shadow of the Lord in the heights of heaven

Until those who sleep shall awaken to life.


Kind of a weird inscription for a committed atheist-proto-Bolshevik.


I highly recommend you take a look at the pictures of MENACHEM MENDEL BEILIS in that ANU post.

They don’t really ‘jive’ with the official story being told, on a number of levels.

And when you see the haunted look in the faces of his children, you come to understand a bit more why so many of the kids of these ‘franco-masons’ had serious mental issues and often committed suicide.

When you live a secret life of ‘torture’ and terrible abuse at home, that often appears to be the only way out.

But as always…. continue to think for yourself.



The Russian Wiki page has a lot more pertinent info about MENACHEM MENDEL BEILIS.

Here’s the stuff that took my eye:

Menachem Mendel’s (anonymous…) father is described as a ‘very pious chassid’. Meanwhile, the son is totally disinterested in religion – and is also hanging out with the local xtian clergy.


He was on good terms with the Christian population and, in particular, with the local priest. His reputation was so good that during the pogrom of 1905, local members of the Union of Russian People came to him with the assurance that they had nothing to fear.


This type of information – where you have the son of a pious ‘chassid’ thick-as-thieves with the local xtian clergy is one of the main ‘red flags’ I look for to spot potential Frankists.

Then, it turns out that MM’s oldest son, Pinchas, is being sent to the local Russian Gymnasium – and his friend from school is that same ANDREI YUSHCHINSKY who is later found murdered.

So, now we know that Beilis wasn’t some ‘random Jew’ they took off the street and accused, he did actually have a connection with the murdered boy.


I’m not saying Beilis was the murderer.

I don’t know anything.

But what I do know, is that whenever the Rav starts hinting at things in his comments, it always pays to dig a little deeper.

One day, all this will come out….

But in the meantime, there’s plenty to think about, about who was really running the show here, in Eretz Yisrael, from the beginning of the 20th century.

And that’s quite a scary thought.



Well, as usual, the story just got even more crazy.

If you go HERE, you’ll find a detailed account of the Beilis case in Russian, that has a lot more details.

While the ANU website claimed that the murdered boy ANDREI was probably done away with by his mother and step-father, because he was the ‘heir to a big fortune from his biological father’ – this seems to be a total fabrication.

Andrei was his mother’s illegitimate son from some unnamed ‘first love’, and his parents were very poor.


His mother told Andrei that his father had been taken away to be a soldier, and that’s why he was out the picture.

The boy ‘romanticised’ his missing biological father, wanted to try and track him down in the army – and this is the part of the story where things take a step-up into ‘crazy’.

Translated snippet:

Andryusha was constantly looking for soldiers who served simultaneously with his father in the Far East.

 One such man lived in Lukyanovka; he was a Jew named Schneerson, and he took his meals at the Beilis’s.

It was rumored that Andryusha had once told someone that Schneerson had promised to take him to his father.

Schneerson denied this at the trial and, in general, denied that he had ever spoken to Andryusha. It is very possible that this was the case, since years passed before these words, allegedly spoken by Andryusha, were mentioned.

However, this assumption was enough to make Schneerson a prominent figure in the trial.

The prosecutor, having no other grounds, insisted that Schneerson was connected with the murder of Andryusha, and this despite the fact that Schneerson appeared at the trial as a witness, not the accused, and no attempt was made to bring charges against him.

The fact is that the prosecutor’s office had its own reasons to be interested in Schneerson because of side circumstances.


The surname Schneerson belonged to the famous” dynasty ” of rabbis, * whose descendants still occupy a high position in the Jewish religious hierarchy.

According to the accusers, it was the rabbis who performed the rites of ritual murder; the logical conclusion – if there was such a Jewish dogma.

The fact that Schneerson was not a rabbi at all, but was a small hay and straw merchant, that he had no Jewish education, and that he had nothing to do with the Schneerson rabbis, the prosecutor’s office did not find it necessary to take into account.


What in the world…

Also, the main witness against Beilis (who had links with the minor criminals etc in Kiev and worked as a prostitute) had two of her children ‘die’, shortly after Beilis was first arrested…

And then, her testimony deteriorated greatly.



The owner of that brick factory where Beilis worked is one Jonah Mordkov (Mordkovich) Zaitsev (died 1907).

And again, the ANU site is caught in a lie – it claimed that the owner of the brick factory was also a secular Jew, but that’s actually not all the case.

JONAH ZAITZOFF, as he was also known, was a hasid, and a ‘philanthropist’.

Here’s his picture:


His family is intermarried with the GUNZBURGS and also the HALPERNS – those exact same HALPERNS who were the BERDICHEV BANKERS we wrote about earlier, who were the main supports of the TZEMACH TZEDEK.

Jonah’s daughter Sima (Sophie) married MOSES HALPERIN – and his grandma was the sister of:

Rabbi Yaakov Yosef Halperin, of Berdichev.


The Halperins were not only the first prominent Jewish financiers of the Russian Ukraine in the early 19th century, but also the most influential lay supporters of Lubavitch Hassidic Judaism.


Strange how the story always returns back to the same people, the same family, the same names….

Even with all the ongoing attempts to keep covering it all up.



Some more interesting info on the English Wiki page for ‘Mendel Beilis’.

Here’s what caught my eye:

Mendel Beilis was a former soldier before he became a clerk in the brick factory.


This is the bit that ties in with the Rav’s ‘priest’ above:

One prosecution witness, presented as an expert in Judaic rituals, was a Lithuanian Catholic priest, Justinas Pranaitis from Tashkent, well known for his antisemitic 1892 work Talmud Unmasked.

Pranaitis testified that the murder of Yushchinskyi was a religious ritual….


Pranaitis’ credibility rapidly dissipated when the defense demonstrated his ignorance of basic Talmudic concepts and definitions, such as hullin, to the point where “many in the audience occasionally laughed out loud when he clearly became confused and couldn’t even intelligibly answer some of the questions asked by my lawyer.”…


A Beilis Defense Committee advisor, a writer named Ben-Zion Katz, suggested countering Father Pranaitis with questions like “When did Baba Bathra live and what was her activity” which he described as the equivalent of asking an American “Who lived at the Gettysburg Address?”


And lastly, Beilis came to Israel to take up residence on a farm that was bought for him by none other than….Baron de Rothschild:

[H]e and his family left Russia for a farm purchased by Baron Rothschild in Palestine, then a province of the Ottoman Empire.


It’s going to have to wait for motzash now, but I started taking a look at who else this Zaitoff family links to.

One kid marries a Gunzburg, child of Baron Horace de Gunzburg.

Another grandkid, Vera, marries ‘Arthur Heshel’, the famous ballet critic – and when I went to look up who he descends from…. I tripped over a whole other can of worms.

But we’ll keep that for motzash.


There is a strange feeling in the air today again in Israel – v heavy and ‘exhausting’.

I think it’s all the fear-mongering about Iran again.

Just ignore the news, and make shabbos happily.

They are trying to take us out spiritually, always on Shabbat, always on yom tovim, because they know the real power and strength the Jewish soul gets from these times.

Don’t let them win!

The klipa is very nearly finished.

But it’s always the last few seconds that are the most dangerous.



On the Chabad website, they have THIS post about the Beilis blood libel, and they bring a lengthy extract of the speech of R Yaakov Mazeh, the government appointed ‘Chief Rabbi of Moscow’ who was also defending him.

(He remained observant, apparently, despite getting a degree in law from university.)

It’s very interesting for a lot of different reasons.

The following snippets caught my eye.


1 – The difference between what was  being taught 100 years ago, about the nature of the dispute between ‘the GRA’ and the leaders of chassidut.

Even the editors on Chabad are cautious about this:

Following the trial, Rabbi Mazeh’s presentation before the court was serialized in the widely read Hebrew-language daily Ha-Tzefirah.

His narrative is generally corroborated by the wealth of firsthand documentation now available to researchers, but there are some details that do not wholly conform with the Chabad historical tradition or with today’s scholarly consensus.

The following transcript is noteworthy chiefly for the light it sheds on just how central Chassidism became in the case against Beilis.


You can basically scrub out the word ‘chassidisim’ and replace it with ‘Chabad’.

That’s the ‘chassidut’ all the accused and their associates were connected to.


2 – What he actually said about the ‘GRA’ vs chassidut:

When the movement opposing Chassidism began, the Gaon Rabbi Eliyahu of Vilna issued a proclamation against the new principles of these teachings.

He clearly expressed the content of Chassidism.

On the basis of these historical documents, I will endeavor to explain to you what the disagreement comprised. He did not accuse them of founding a new cult; he does not mention one word about Chassidim forming a sectarian group. He takes issue only with the fact that they raised the standing of the simple folk more than was fitting.

He accuses them of being too democratic, saying that this damages the prestige of the Torah.

If the simple folk knew that they are able to serve G‑d solely through prayer, then they will abstain from Torah study. The foundation of faith [he argued] is only Torah study, and not prayer.


He further opposed the notion of cleaving to G‑d, and opposed the recognition of G‑d’s omnipresence.

He asked: Is it possible that G‑d is found even in the places where, according to Torah law, one cannot even pronounce G‑d’s name? He could not entertain this notion; such ideas could weaken the diligent study of Torah. It was in this way that opposition to Chassidism took root amongst the populace.


I’d love to know what ‘historical documents’ R Mazeh is basing this on.

They seem to have gone missing in the 100 years since….

And also – this sounds exactly like the dispute between R Pinchas of Koretz (aka, ‘Eliyahu the Vilna Gaon?’) and R Yechiel Michel of Zlotchov that we covered HERE.

And also… this sounds like the GRA is basically denying Ein Od Milvado, there is only God.

It’s a big statement to make – and if it’s true, it explains why so many of those ‘Litvaks’ seem to have zero real emuna in Hashem’s hashgacha in every detail of their lives.


After the BESHT introduction, R Mazeh basically focusses-in on Shneur Zalman, the Alter Rebbe, and this is what he quotes him as writing in his own ‘Shulchan Aruch’:

When I turn my attention to the teachings of Rabbi Zalman, when I strive with all my ability to penetrate their depth, I must say that there is nothing in his Shulchan Aruch against Christians.

On the contrary, in their regard he declares unequivocally (if you will permit me, I can read it from the source):

Any kind of monetary deception perpetrated against Christians, whether deception in price or in reckoning, in buying and selling, or in business, is a grave prohibition.

If in the merchandise being sold there is any defect or deficiency, he is obligated to inform the buyer, and tell him, ‘I am selling you this merchandise, but it has a deficiency.’

If he does not do so, it is as though he has stolen money from him, which is a biblical prohibition.”


Next, he starts talking about where the first ‘complaints’ to the Russian authorities against the Russian super-patriot Shneur Zalman came from:

Presiding Judge: Please tell us: were the allegations [against Shneur Zalman] sent from Vilna?

Rabbi Mazeh: It is difficult to say so with clarity. Officially the accuser was a certain rabbi, Avigdor ben Chaim, who was removed—if my memory does not make me mistaken—from his rabbinic position.

He had a private agenda.

They did not explicitly remove him, but stopped paying his salary, and therefore he prosecuted the chassidim.

But this is not important. The allegations were received, and Rabbi Zalman was interred in the Peter and Paul fortress; this was in the reign of Tsar Paul I.



This ‘Rabbi Avigdor ben Chaim’ of Vilna sounds so very close to the ‘Shmuel ben Avigdor, last ABD of Vilna’, the son-in-law of the YSUD Ettinger of Vilna, who was having an open war with his Kahal.

This was the real ‘root’ of the war against the chassidim – but again, it wasn’t a war against ‘chassidut’, it was really just a war against Chabad itself.

R Mazeh says that the Alter Rebbe was freed when Tsar Alexander I came to the throne.


That’s because Paul I got assassinated in the interim:

He was de facto Grand Master of the Knights Hospitaller from 1799 to 1801 and ordered the construction of a number of priories of the Order of Malta.[1]

Paul’s pro-German sentiments and unpredictable behavior made him unpopular among the Russian nobility, and he was secretly assassinated by his own officers.

Ah, always just a second away from those secret societies that really run the world from the shadows….


And now, R Mazeh turns to the role of the Tzemach Tzedek, who sat on the same committee to introduce ‘enlightened’ education to the Jews of Russia as Yaakov Yosef HALPERN of Berdichev, whose g-grandson married none other than the daughter of Zaitsov, owner of the brick factory implicated in the murder under discussion.

Here’s what he says:

In the time of Rabbi Mendel of Lubavitch the law regarding the establishment of third-class schools, and rabbinical schools to train “enlightened” rabbis, was publicized.

It was widely accepted—whether correctly or incorrectly—that Rabbi Mendel of Lubavitch was obstructing these measures, which the government of the time was undertaking in an attempt to enlighten the Jewish people.

It was widely thought that Rabbi Mendel of Lubavitch was obstructing the governmental directives because he did not favorably regard the desire to educate rabbis in the spirit of the Enlightenment and the like. It is almost certainly true that these opinions were the foundation for that [anti-chassidic] material which has been publicized here.


On the other hand, I have other historical sources about the rabbinical committee that convened at the command of the Tsar in 1843.

At that time only four rabbis were on the committee, and one of them was Rabbi Mendel of Lubavitch. I know that when a person is chosen as a member of such a committee, specific information regarding his uprightness and ethical character is gathered.

The fact that Rabbi Mendel of Lubavitch was a member of such an exclusive committee makes me think that a proper process of inquiry proved that he did not possess any of the [negative] opinions that were earlier attributed to him.

There is yet another strong proof of this.

It is a fact that in the 1840s he was honored by the Tsar with the title of “hereditary nobleman,” and all the Schneersohns, his grandchildren, are hereditary noblemen.


This info is totally ‘absent’ from the stuff we’re told today about the Tzemach Tzedek.

But it accords with so much of the other stuff I’ve already brought to your attention – that far from being ‘persecuted’ by the Russian rulers, the Rebbes of Chabad actually worked hand-in-hand with them down the generations, were given land holdings by them, and also were made ‘hereditary noblemen’ and given dynastic titles.

Think about this, for a moment.


Next, R Mazeh makes this ‘out of place’ statement about none other than ‘R Yisrael of Ruzhin’ – aka, R Moshe Tzvi of Savran, the main persecutor of R Natan and Breslov, who was arrested for ordering the murder of two informers:

Rabbi Mazeh: Now, my lords the judges, the name of Rabbi Yisrael of Ruzhin was mentioned.

A letter of allegation was received against him, but he was acquitted. No books regarding this have remained, and therefore I am unable to offer an opinion about the thought of this Rabbi Yisrael. But I will say that he was accorded great honor by his admirers; this I know with certainty.


Yisrael of Ruzhin was a FRIEDMAN.

Think how many of his FRIEDMAN descendants are running the show today, all over the Jewish world.

Moving on.


In a different article on the Chabad site about the Beilis trial a 100 years after it occurred, we learn this:

The jury’s verdict exonerated Beilis, but stated that the prosecution had proven that Yushinsky had been murdered “in the brick factory belonging to the Jewish surgical hospital” and was done in a manner designed to draw “five glasses of blood.”


I did a bit more digging about this bit of info, and sure enough, Zaitsev’s son and heir, Mark Zaitsev, did build a surgical hospital on the site, in 1911.

Translated snippet from HERE:

When the venerable philanthropist died (in 1907), his son Marcus inherited this property.

He turned out to be a worthy successor to his father’s work.

At the beginning of 1911, Zaitsev Jr. filed a petition to begin new construction on the right (northern) side of the hospital.

The project included the construction of another two-story hospital building here, with a one-story extension for the dining room….


Despite all the troubles, the construction of a new building in the philanthropic complex of the Zaitsev father and son was completed, and in 1912 the almshouse and synagogue within its walls began to operate.


What’s weird, is that the foundation stone for this new hospital was laid in March 1911.

And that’s exactly when the murder occurred.

But it’s before the hospital was apparently built and functioning.


Tov, enough for one post.

You can tell me all this stuff is just ‘coincidence’ – but really, after five billion ‘coincidences’, all involving Chabad and various members of the extended family, when is the penny finally going to drop, that they have been lying to us about everything?


And all those lies are mamash getting in the way of geula coming the sweetest possible way, without any more unnecessary deaths, suffering and wars.


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