Jewish festivals record the celebrations of the Jewish tribe’s genocide of ethnic Europeans. Most notable are Passover, Purim and Chanukah. In celebration of Purim and Passover it is understood that the murder of an Ethnic European child by Jews takes place. The ritual’s purpose is to drain the blood of the child in order to make the three cornered Purim pastries (Hamanteshen) or unleavened bread (matzo) for Passover. Jewish ritual murders have occurred in all ages and still continue today. Most famous is the event exposed in 1989 during the Oprah Winfrey Show. “On 1st May, 1989, the Oprah Winfrey show had as its guest a person who, as a young girl, was forced to participate in a ritual in which an ethnic European Christian infant was sacrificed. The amazing thing about this guest is that she was not affiliated with some unknown radical bloodletting cult, but that she was a Jew.” (Willie Martin The History of Jewish Human Sacrifice, Pg. 11,1997) Recently in Italy, Ariel Toaff, a Jewish Israeli university professor published the ‘controversial’ book Ebrei d’Europa e Pasque di Sangue (European Jews and Blood Easters) where he hypothesized that past accusations against Jews for their rituals were likely true. He was harshly criticized and had to re-call his book. The books focus was the figure of 2-year-old Saint Simon of Trento, also called Simonino da Trento, who was kidnapped and murdered by Jews. His body was found in a cellar of a Jewish owned house in Trento, Italy by local magistrates. There was even an eye-witness. Eight Jews were sentenced to death and executed in late June 1475. The exact number of ethnic European children ritually murdered by Jews is unknown, but the number may be in the millions. Incidentally 140,000 under 18’s vanish across Britain alone each year and the current pedophiliac atmosphere provides the perfect camouflage for bestial activity. Indeed the Jewish Marxist introduction of sex education increased unwanted teenage pregnancy facilitating their widespread abortion campaign concealing a further aspect of Jewish ritual murder.