In this, the 20th century, an age of enlightenment, when all subjects can be intelligently examined, there is only one issue or subject that remains forbidden fruit. One may discuss Communism, sex, Protestantism, Catholicism, Mohammedanism or metaphysics freely, but why cannot one discuss the Jew?
If we wish to find out about the Mormons, we can readily purchase on the market, “The Book of Mormons,” “The Doctrine and Covenants” and “The Pearl of Great Price.” If we wish to learn of the Christian Science faith, we may purchase “Science and Health,” by Mary Baker Eddy. If we wish to discuss the ‘I Am’ movement, there are many books by Dr. Ballard. If it is Mohammedanism we wish to be enlightened on, the “Koran” can be bought at nearly every book store.
There is not one single existing faith that we cannot have the complete research on except that of the Jews, and when we seek to acquire the many volumes of the Talmud we are always pointed to a limited edition or some excerpts, and are forbidden to purchase their complete writings. Even in their own writings they boldly state that any Gentile should be put to death who delves into their teachings.