The Jewish copyright is eternal.
In the beginning there was the Jew. And the Jew created his G-d in His own likeness. And his G-d gave him the Torah. And it was good. Its copyright needs no renewal because it is eternal.
Then the Jew created the world and it was good. But then some ignorants took to inventing gods of their own. They pieced them together from bits and pieces of squabbles among some rabbis, which they misinterpreted for they were not versed in the Torah.
Nothing was ever thought or said by a non-Jew that was not first thought and said by the Jew, not the idea that “life is precious” and not even savvy, practical observations like “pork spoils faster than other meats without refrigeration.”
Whoever disagrees is in violation of copyright. Or worse: anti-semitism.
The Jew owes the world of non-Jews to lead them to the Light by explaining the Torah to them insofar as they are able to grasp it. That would lessen anti-semitism.
This is what I got from this rabbi, but I do not vouch for it because I was distracted by his tics and neurotic jerkiness. Perhaps I should listen to him again later with my eyes closed. Much later. Is “never” late enough?