Systemic Hate and The Use of Force Started with Vatican Dominance, Says Author Severyn Ashkenazy
LOS ANGELES, June 16, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — The book, Swords of The Vatican, Reflections Of A Witness To Evil, by Holocaust survivor, Severyn Ashkenazy reveals shocking research on the history of mass murder, persecution and dominance by use of force. To maintain power and dominance for more than sixteen centuries force was used by the Vatican against whole groups of people who were deemed a threat to its power. Any group that deviated from the Roman Catholic Church were slated for persecution and elimination. These innocent lives did not matter, especially the Jews.
Flash forward to 2020. Cries for justice following the horrific death of George Floyd by a white police officer created a global multicultural movement to fight racism and injustice.
Swords of The Vatican, Reflections Of A Witness To Evil provides a chilling look at how brutality and injustice began at the birth of Christianity and still exists today.
Born in 1936, Poland, Severyn Ashkenazy with his parents and brother, survived Nazis after being hidden for two years in a dark, damp cellar. This made him ask why? Why is there so much hate for the Jews? As a child he was taught that life was about kindness to others. Jews educate their children and ask them to follow the golden rule. Do unto others as you would have them do unto you. Why then was that not what happened to his family? He spent the rest of his life researching history, religion and the origin of hate. The prologue quotes a Jewish biblical dictum, «He who saves a single life saves an entire world.» Shouldn’t this be the goal for humanity? Anyone who cares about truth and justice needs to read SWORDS OF THE VATICAN today. Available at Amazon and local bookstores by request.
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