Thursday, December 15, 2011

History Lessons


"In Khazaria, sheep, honey, and Jews exist in large quantities."
      Descriptio Imperii  Moslemici
      (tenth   century).

Dr. Ashraf Ezzat reminds us that the highest profile 'invented' people in history are the jews. Perhaps the highest profile 'invented' event in history is the holocau$t. Without an understanding of unvarnished history, how can we understand the present?

Just in case we may see an end to the internet as we know it, there are some pdf copies of important books that need to be saved for posterity. Buy them if you can afford it because they will be found in few libraries. If so inclined download while you can. Countering the myth of the 'chosen ones' is a basic tool in the battle to save humanity from the Khazarian deception.

Shlomo Sand and Arthur Koestler, both 'jews,' present impressive historical documentation refuting the tales of the Old Testament and any blood link between whatever Hebrews may have existed thousands of years ago to those of Israel today. One criticism of Sand may be that he has not delved into the actual history of the 'holocaust' and perpetuates the zionist exaggerations as evidenced by his statement "Today the descendants of the Jews of "Yiddishland" live mainly in the United States and Israel. The remains of millions of others are buried beneath the slaughterhouses constructed by Hitler in the twentieth century." {page 277} That said, his work remains a must read.

Full book downloads:

The Invention of the Jewish People by Shlomo Sand
The Thirteenth Tribe by Arthur Koestler

Excerpts from "The Invention of the Jewish People"
National mythology determined that the Jews—banished, deported or fugitive emigrants—were driven into a long and dolorous exile, causing them to wander over lands and seas to the far corners of the earth until the advent of Zionism prompted them to turn around and return en masse to their orphaned homeland. This homeland had never belonged to the Arab conquerors, hence the claim of the people without a land to the land without a people. 
This national statement, which was simplified into a useful and popular slogan for the Zionist movement, was entirely the product of an imaginary history grown around the idea of the exile. Although most of the professional historians knew there had never been a forcible uprooting of the Jewish people, they permitted the Christian myth that had been taken up by Jewish tradition to be paraded freely in the public and educational venues of the national memory, making no attempt to rebut it. They even encouraged it indirectly, knowing that only this myth would provide moral legitimacy to the settlement of the "exiled nation" in a country inhabited by others. 
History deals with books, not with things, a "patriotic" scholar might argue, having spent his or her entire life interpreting religious, governmental and ideological texts produced in the past by a paper-thin elite. This is true where the traditional study of the past is concerned. But the advent of anthropological history began, slowly but surely, to corrode the simplistic Zionist metahistories.
The construction of a new body of knowledge always bears a direct connection with the national ideology in which it operates. Historical insights that diverge from the narrative laid down at the inception of the nation can be accepted only when consternation about their implications is abated. This can happen when the current collective identity begins to be taken for granted and ceases to be something that anxiously and nostalgically clings to a mythical past, when identity becomes the basis for living and not its purpose—that is when historiographic change can take place. For now, it is difficult to predict whether the Israeli politics of identity will permit, in the early twenty-first century, the emergence of fresh paradigms for the investigation of the origins and history of Jewish faith communities.

 No Jew who lives today in a liberal Western democracy would tolerate the discrimination and exclusion experienced by the Palestino-Israelis, who live in a state that proclaims it is not theirs. But Zionist supporters among the Jews around the world, like most Israelis, are quite unconcerned, or do not wish to know, that the "Jewish state," because of its undemocratic laws, could never have been part of the European Union or one of Americas fifty states. This flawed reality does not stop them from expressing solidarity with Israel, and even regarding it as their reserve home. Not that this solidarity impels them to abandon their national homelands and emigrate to Israel. And why should they, seeing that they are not subjected to daily discrimination and alienation of the kind that Palestino-Israelis experience daily in their native country?

To understand current Zionist politics, replace the word "aliyah" with "diaspora." Today Israel's strength no longer depends on demographic increase, but rather on retaining the loyalty of overseas Jewish organizations and communities. It would be a serious setback for Israel if all the pro-Zionist lobbies were to immigrate en masse to the Holy Land. It is much more useful for them to remain close to the centers of power and communications in the Western world—and indeed they prefer to remain in the rich, liberal, comfortable "diaspora."

But if it is senseless to expect the Jewish Israelis to dismantle their own state, the least that can be demanded of them is to stop reserving it for themselves as a polity that segregates, excludes, and discriminates against a large number of its citizens, whom it views as undesirable aliens.

The Jewish supra-identity must be thoroughly transformed and must adapt to the lively cultural reality it dominates. It will have to undergo a process of Israelization, open to all citizens. It is too late to make Israel into a uniform, homogeneous nation-state. Therefore, in addition to an Israelization that welcomes the "other," it must develop a policy of democratic multiculturalism—similar to that of the United Kingdom or the Netherlands—that grants the Palestino-Israelis not only complete equality but also a genuine and firm autonomy. Their culture and institutions must be preserved and nurtured at the same time as they are brought into the centers of power of the hegemonic Israeli culture. Palestino-Israeli children should have access, if they wish it, to the heart of Israeli social and productive centers. And Jewish-Israeli children must be made aware that they are living in a state in which there are many "others."

 And now the last, perhaps the hardest, question of them all: To what extent is Jewish Israeli society willing to discard the deeply embedded image of the "chosen people," and to cease isolating itself in the name of a fanciful history or dubious biology and excluding the "other" from its midst?

In the final account, if it was possible to have changed the historical imaginary so profoundly, why not put forth a similarly lavish effort of the imagination to create a different tomorrow? If the nation's history was mainly a dream, why not begin to dream its future afresh, before it becomes a nightmare?
                                                            Shlomo Sand


  1. You're correct in pointing out his stance on the Holocaust, of course he's not going to touch that subject, too! They'd kill him!

    "For now, it is difficult to predict whether the Israeli politics of identity will permit, in the early twenty-first century, the emergence of fresh paradigms for the investigation of the origins and history of Jewish faith communities."

    He should have replaced the word 'Israeli' with Jew to be more accurate, in my opinion. Sand's book is a great source regardless.

  2. Hey John, it was your post from the other day that spurred me to find Sand's complete book to look into it a little closer, so hat tip to you.

    A few weeks ago at the Tennessean I left a link to his book in a comment on a story on Palestine and the hasbara piled on using the only argument they had, calling him a self-hating jew. Typical.

  3. The following is a must read:

    Fables of Ancient Israel
    Now Being Dissected


    Be ready for a major upsetting of the apple cart. Unknown to almost all laymen, a huge number of scholars have quietly come together
    agreeing on a historical fact that will overturn the entirety of “court history” when all the
    facts they have gathered become widely known.

    They agree that the various tales of “ancient Israel” are largely fictional. Based upon the known facts of geography, history, archeology and even biblical scholarship, many of them argue there was no such entity as “ancient Israel”—that it never existed. Is it possible that ancient Israel is a hoax?

    If a hoax it is, then clearly “ancient Israel” is the most
    profitable hoax in history, with the possible exception of its twin fairy tale, the “court historian” view of what happened to the Jews of Europe during World War II (it is claimed that there was a systematic policy of exterminating them by the German government; among the specific claims are that 6 million Jews were gassed to death; however, there is no evidence of any of this).

    In spite of the sensational nature of these findings about “ancient Israel,” they are, so far, all but totally unknown to the general public, including even history buffs.

    Colleges have been reluctant to teach the facts, and many Christian pastors stay away from these truths as if they would be cursed by God, Himself.

    There was a time, not so long ago, when one simply did not question the Old Testament. If the Old Testament said something had happened at some time in the past, then it happened, and that was that, regardless of whether there
    was any other evidence for the event outside of it’s pages. No one even considered that it might be fictional. Today that is no longer the case.

    Read the rest:

  4. it 's a 2000 yr old land claim from God, it's pushed by North America Politicians who don't give a shit about native Indian claims, in some places if you let an neighbors fence encroach on your property for more than 7 years it becomes the neighbors property because you abandoned it


  5. Thanks for the links.

    I have a feeling today I will do a little more book saving. I have put together a bit of a library but time for more. Merci for these links.


  6. Thanks for the links. Also, thanks to No More Myths for that link. Shared at my place.

  7. King Solomon was a fictional, composite character based on Amenhotep III and Shalmaneser III.

    This is from the Domain of Man site:

    In the Bible, King Solomon is said to have:

    1) Inherited a vast empire conquered by his father David that extended from the Nile in Egypt to the Euphrates River in Mesopotamia.

    2) Accumulated great wealth and wisdom.

    3) Administered his kingdom through a system of 12 districts.

    4) Possessed a large harem, which included "the daughter of Pharaoh".

    5) Honored other gods in his old age.

    6) Devoted his reign to great building projects, including:

    a) the Temple.

    b) the Royal Palace.

    c) the walls of Jerusalem,

    d) the Millo (an earthen fill made to enlarge Jerusalem)

    e) the royal cities of Megiddo, Hazor, and Gezer

    f) the store cities, the cities for his horsemen and the cities for his chariots throughout his empire.

    To be consistent with the pattern of other great Bronze and Iron Age cultures in the ancient Near East (Egyptian, Babylonian, Assyrian, and Hittite), it would be expected that numerous documents, art, and inscriptions on buildings or public monuments would have been left by such a great king or by his descendants later in honor of him. Yet no article of any kind bearing his name has ever been found.

    The cities of Hazor, Megiddo and Gezer have now been extensively excavated. A stratum containing large palaces, temples and strong fortifications was found in each of these cities. The name of Solomon was not found, but the cartouche of the 18th Dynasty Pharaoh Amenhotep III instead. In Jerusalem, it has not been possible to excavate the temple mount, however, extensive excavations in the city, including the areas adjacent to the temple mount have not revealed the existence of a Solomaic palace complex. Moreover, excavation of the Millo has revealed (due to pottery found in the Millo) that its original construction was also contemporary with the Egyptian 18th Dynasty of Amenhotep III.

    Read the rest:

    This is from the Jesus Never Existed site:

    Solomon? –
    The Emperor With No Clothes

    Supposedly, an Israelite empire flourished in the 10th century BC, during a time of temporary weakness of both Assyria and Egypt. Yet the fabled empire of David and Solomon remains just that: a fable, unsupported by any evidence – and empires normally leave a great deal of evidence. Archaeology is unequivocal: there was never the wealth, population, political cohesiveness, or literacy in the tiny settlement around Jerusalem to have ever dominated its more developed northern neighbours.
    New Evidence of "Solomon" – from Assyria!

    Lower portion of stele of a Royal Assyrian Shamshi-Adad V (824-811 BC).

    Cuneiform inscription confirms "cedars of Lebanon" cut for temple of the god Shulmânu.

    "I ascended the Lebanon mountains and cut down the mighty beams of cedar. At that time I carried those cedars from Lebanon and at the gate of the temple of Shulmânu, my lord, I laid them down.

    The old temple which Shalmaneser, my father, had built, had become decrepit, and I, in my skill, rebuilt that temple from its foundations to its pinnacles.

    The beams of cedar from Lebanon I laid on it.

    When this temple becomes old and decrepit, may a future prince renew its decrepit parts and return the inscription to its place."

    Shalmaneser III (859-824 BC) was named for the god Shulmânu-Asharêd ("shulmânu is foremost").

    Shalmânu is the Assyrian equivalent of Suleiman and thus Solomon.

    Read the rest:

    For more information on Solomon, go to Malcolm's Site here:

    Scroll down the page to Kings and Queens of Egypt for links to a nine part series on Solomon.

    No More Myths!

  8. No More Myths certainly has relevant additions to the narrative. Much appreciated.

  9. thank you for the excellent posts, I come here often but never post

    The California State Textbooks for Social Studies(6th grade)have greatly changed over the years and I'm amazed at how the students now have to learn the stories of the old testament and view them as factual. It has been a gradual, but appaling change.

  10. Here's some more interesting history:

    ~Origins of Christmas Traditions~

    The modern “traditions of Christmas” are often attributed to Saturnalia as celebrated during The Golden Age of the Pax Romana in first century Rome. But many of the traditions predate the first century by hundreds of years. The Feast for the Son of Isis and the god Osiris, for instance, was celebrated in Egypt centuries before Jesus the son of God appeared.


    Strange Artifacts: The Celtic Cross


    Is a Celtic Cross a scientific instrument as well as a sacred symbol?

    It allows the navigation of the planet without a time piece, the discovery of Natures mathematics and the construction of ancient sacred buildings using astrology. The philosophy behind all the great religions rest within what the cross reveals. The ancient scientific and spiritual wisdom that has shaped our past and still influences our future is part of a forgotten and often hidden system that reaches back beyond the current established religions, further than Ancient Egypt into an age where Mankind lived in harmony with Nature.
    The Celtic cross, which is an ancient and sacred symbol, with which most people are familiar, appears to be a representation of an ancient instrument that was used by our ancestors as far back as Neolithic times. I believe that it was what the Ancient Egyptians and Phoenicians used to survey their buildings and navigate the oceans of the world.

    Read more here:

    and here:

  11. The Supremacist Hate Group/Extremist Organization ADL has proclaimed that the Celtic Cross is a "Hate Symbol":

    Here's a real Hate Symbol:

  12. The whole "fake Jews from Khazaria" is one repetitive red herring. What's so hard to grasp? The Hebrew people were just a Semitic group of people in the Middle East who had their own language, tradition, and religion. Some stayed behind, while many others dispersed to foreign countries where they mixed with the locals resulting in Ashkanazi/ Sephardic Jews. Their Middle Eastern features are still very evident amongst Ashkanazi/European mixed Jews, no matter how white they are. The main point remains, they share genetics and cultural ties. I feel this was just Shlomo Sand's discrete way of having his people's back. When all the truth about the top Jews comes out, you can always refute with a "but they're fake Khazar Jews!". And boom, you got yourself a lovely distraction.

  13. whocares, you may be on to something but criminals are criminals. Nothing about their past gives them a pass.

  14. Couldn't agree with ya more.

  15. All jews are frauds. The Jew-Book is a fraud from Genesis to Revelation. The lying jewish scribes fabricated their history, falsified prophecies and plagiarized their mythology from that of Sumeria, Babylon, Persia, India, Greece, Egypt and other cultures. The jews are an ancient international crime gang using religiosity as a front.

  16. The one thing that i remember the most clearly over the past 39-40 years of my school days at Brandeis University in1970's are my student adviser's words that when he was growing up that his grand parents and parents used the term "‘goyishe kup,’" meaning that the "Non-Jews are Stupid"

    Later in life I learned that the exact translation of "GOYISHE KUP" means that the "Cattle are STUPID"..

    I remember him recalling whatt his father told him when he was growing up in Eastern Europe. One of them being that when his father was in high school he and a group of friends would skip school early on Fridays and go over to his friend's father's butcher shop. That they would buy at cost any cows , that had not been butchered by the end of the day on Friday before the begining of shabat . They would take the cow home and wash it and then the boys would procede to "beat the udders of the cows so that they would swell up and turn pink" so as to sell them to the "GOYISHE KUP" as milk producing cows.

    The part that I remember him asking me if the East Europeans are so naive, so gullible and so stupid to buy old "non milk producing cows" from a bunch of young Jewish Boys.

    So thinking of it now I agree with the Jewish saying that the "GOYISHE KUP" are indeed" Stupid" as they believe that a Bunch of Arab Muslim Kids who were not able to Fly a Cessna Airplane took it upon themselves to FLY a Jumbo 747 and outwitted the US Militaryand Civilian authorities. The "Jewish Lightning Insurance Scam" of the 1960's is still alive and well has been put to good use by Larry Silverstein in putting 15 million down and comming out with 7 billion dollars for buidings that no one wanted to buy because it would have cost a billion dollars to remove the asbestos from. Then on top of that the people in America actually believe that they actually decide who is elected President or for that that actual VOTE is really counted and makes a difference in deciding who represents them in the White House and congress.

    Yeh I agree that the AmericanNon-Jews are indeed American "GOYISHE KUP" or "STUPID CATTLE"!

    The Israeli Defense Firm That Tallies The Iowa Caucus
    By Christopher Bollyn

    The Iowa caucus is only a few days away and the nation's attention will be directed to the results, which signify the beginning of the U.S. presidential race. But does anyone watch who tallies the results of the Iowa caucus?

    The Iowa caucus results were tallied in 2004 by a company that is headed by a man whose company was bought by Elron Electronics, the Israeli defense firm. I suspect that it will be the same this year. Don't expect to see any grassroots political activists doing the tally in Iowa. The Israeli defense establishment takes care of that part of the American "democratic" election process.


    In the summer of 2004, I first learned that a foreign and out-of-state company using Interactive Voice Response (IVR) technology tallied the Iowa caucus results.

    The system used to tally the 2004 Iowa caucus results was provided by a company called Voxeo, which was apparently based in Orlando, Florida. (Yellow flag goes up in the mind of those familiar with Orlando and electronic vote fraud history. See Bollyn article on Wang below.)