John Chrysostom 349-407 AD:
"Yet some of these are going to watch the festivals and others will join the Jews in keeping their feasts and observing their fasts. I wish to drive this perverse custom from the Church right now. My homilies against the Anomians can be put off to another time, and the postponement would cause no harm. But now that the Jewish festivals are close by and at the very door, if I should fail to cure those who are sick with the Judaizing disease…
"But do not be surprised that I called the Jews pitiable. They really are pitiable and miserable. When so many blessings from heaven came into their hands, they thrust them aside and were at great pains to reject them. The morning Sun of Justice arose for them, but they thrust aside its rays and still sit in darkness. We, who were nurtured by darkness, drew the light to ourselves and were freed from the gloom of their error.Just so the Jewish people were driven by their drunkenness and plumpness to the ultimate evil; they kicked about, they failed to accept the yoke of Christ, nor did they pull the plow of his teaching. Although such beasts are unfit for work, they are fit for killing. And this is what happened to the Jews: while they were making themselves unfit for work, they grew fit for slaughter. This is why Christ said: "But as for these my enemies, who did not want me to be king over them, bring them here and slay them".
-John Chrysostom, Against the Jews- Homily I
Everything went downhill after not following his words:
Let's look at the time of Edward I, the Hammer of the Scots' expulsion of them from England (1290). Their situation in Europe grew quite dire, so they wrote to their superiors, the Sanhedrin of Constantinople:
"The reply came in November, 1489, which was issued over the signature of V.S.S. V.F.F. Prince of the Jews. It advised the Jews of Europe to adopt the tactics of the Trojan Horse ; to make their sons Christian priests, lawyers, doctors, etc., and work to destroy the Christian structure from within… The first notable repercussion to this advice occurred in Spain in the reign of Ferdinand and Isabella."
-Captain Archibald H. Maule Ramsay, 1952, p. 6
Some good came from the pagan, Babylonian-Philistine catholics, as mentioned before. Pope Benedict XIV condoned the expulsion of the Jews from Poland:
"The Jews are cruel taskmasters, not only working the farmers harshly and forcing them to carry excessive loads but also whipping them for punishment. So it has come about that those poor farmers are the subjects of the Jews, submissive to their will and power. Furthermore, although the power to punish lies with the Christian official, he must comply with the commands of the Jews and inflict the punishments they desire… We grant you full power by the authority of this letter to expel the Jews, particularly since We have learned that they do not obey the said statutes issued."
- Pope Benedict XIV, Encyclical of 1751
I hope these quotes and explanations help clear up some of your obvious confusion (or intentional subterfuge), but I doubt it will because you are filled with anger and you deny God the Son and the Father, and you blame religion for the mistakes of man when man is fallible, but God is not.