France's Head Rabbi Says Rabbi Jesus is a Plagiarism of this Greek Myth

Funny story written by Karen Fish

Thursday, 11 April 2013

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Today France's Grand Rabbi Gilles Bernheim resigned because he was caught plagiarizing other authors in his book "Forty Jewish Meditations' and adding ficticious plaudits to his CV. His first comment was "I hope that this doesn't hinder Anthony Weiner's comeback chances." Kim Jong UN threatened to nuke the Sorbonne.

France's Chief Rabbi Gilles Bernheim like Jesus Christ the Jewish born Rabbi and Messiah of Christianity and Islam is a Jew. The first three quarters of the Christian Bible is a copy and paste of the Jewish Bible with the New Testament tacked onto the end.

Rabbi Bernheim said today: "I don't know what the big shpiel is. Rory McIlroy is playing clubs at the Masters today that have Nike decals but are direct plagiarisms of his old Titleist clubs. The New Testament was written in Greek 100 years after Jesus Christ died by Greek authors. These Greek authors were the grandchildren of the authors of the Greek myths. In the book of Revelations Prince Jesus Christ returns on a flying white horse to defeat the snake, goat, lion Beast, Satan, Beelzebub, Lucifer, the Prince of Darkness, the Prince of Lies, the Devil, 666." Rory Mcilroy will be lucky to break 80 at Augusta with his new Nike clubs."

France's Grand Rabbi Gilles Bernheim continued: "The Jesus returning story is a dead on plagiarism of this Greek Myth: Prince Bellerophon rides his flying white horse Pegasus to defeat the snake, goat, lion Chimera." Two billion Christians and one billion Muslims are counting on an ancient Jewish Rabbi Jesus Christ who was elected God by the Church Fathers at the Council of Nicaea in 325 AD to return and save the world based on a dead on plagiarism of a Greek Myth and the whole world is shpilkesing over my little broygus; misheganas. Maybe they should save themselves."

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