I’m not trying to rabble-rouse here, I am genuinely looking for answers. What am I, as a disciple, supposed to do about it?
The Babylonian Talmud, written in Aramaic, consists of 70 some old volumes and 6,000 plus pages when translated into English. The Jerusalem Talmud is even more complex, and has many volumes as well.
Do the people writing these accusations know Hebrew and Aramaic? What are their academic credentials? How certain are you that they are quoting the Talmud with any degree of accuracy, and not taking quotes out of context? Could someone with an ulterior agenda twist the words of the Talmud for their own political purposes?
Unless you are willing to learn Hebrew and Aramaic yourself, and dive deep into the Talmud under the tutelage of a scholar learned in these matters, I think you will be hard pressed to convince anyone on this forum that Stormfront and David Duke are reliable interpreters of the Talmud.
The Talmud is a highly detailed commentary and debate about various nuances of holy scriptures. It contains the Mishnah (“oral Torah”), and the Gemara, an elucidation of the Mishnah. Various rabbis debate their opinions on holy matters. It is a very, very complex (and sometimes dry) text. It would be easy for one to cherry pick a single rabbi’s opinion out of context while disregarding the entire debate discussed.