“Just the Jews are humans, the Non-Jews are not humans, but cattle.” (goyim = human cattle) (Kerithuth 6b page 78, Jebammoth 61a)
“The Non-Jews have been created to serve the Jews as slaves.” (Midrasch Talpioth 225).
“The Non-Jews have to be avoided, even more than sick pigs.” (Orach Chaiim 57, 6a).
“Sexual intercourse with Non-Jews is like sexual intercourse with animals.” (Kethuboth 3b).
“The birth-rate of the Non-Jews has to be suppressed massively.” (Zohar II, 4b).
“As you replace lost cows and donkeys, so you shall replace dead Non-Jews.” (Iore Dea 337, 1)
“To box an Israeli on the ear, is like to box on the ear of god.” (Sanhedrin 58b).
“God (Jahveh) is never angry about the Jews, just about the Non-Jews.” (Talmud V/ 2 / 43b
“Everywhere they (the Jews) come, they will be the princes and the lords.” (Sanhedrin 104a).
“I (Jahveh) make you (the Jewry) the ancestor of the peoples, I make you the selected one amongst the peoples, I make you the king over the peoples. I make you the loved one
amongst the peoples, I make you the best one amongst the peoples, I make you the trusted one amongst the peoples.” (Schabbat 105a).
“Towards a Non-Jew the Jew doesn’t cause on adultery… Punishable for the Jew is just the adultery towards his next, that means the wife of a Jew. The wife of the Non-Jew is excluded.” (Talmud IV / 4 / 52ab).
“There is no wife for the goyim, they really aren’t their wives.” (Talmud IV / 4 / 81 + 82ab).
“You (the Jews) have made me, Jahveh, the only true lord in the world. I will make you the
only ruler in the world.”
“Who wants to be smart shall occupy himself with money matters, because there are no
corner pillars in the Thora that are more important, because they are like a sparkling
fountain.” (Talmud IV / 3 / 173b).
“Jews always have to try to deceive Non-Jews.” (Zohar I, 168a).
“Carry on trade with Non-Jews, if they have to pay money for it.” (Abhodah Zarah 2a T).
“Non-Jewish property belongs to the Jew who uses it first.” (Babba Bathra 54b).
“If two Jews have deceived a Non-Jew, they have to split the profit.” (Choschen Ham 183,