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April 5, 2009

Guide to "The Jewish History of the World"

The Jewish History of the World

"The Jews"

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Bootstrap of the Greeks

    Scene from Fiddler on the Roof

    The main character, Tevye the milkman, arrives in the town square where all the men of Anatevka are gathered.

    In this scene, two men had just completed a sale of a horse, satisfactory to both. -- A fair sell and a fair buy.

    Shortly, Tevye begins an argument between two men over the sale of the horse, by whispering into the ear of the buyer about how the horse was so old and useless.

    The buyer of the horse, who previously was happy with his purchase was swayed by Tevye's assessment and tried to return the horse to the seller to get his money back.

    The seller was still happy with his deal and did not want the horse returned to him.

    This began a heated disagreement between the two men with all the other townsmen taking the side of one or the other.

    So, to settle the issue, they asked their religious leader, the Rabbi, to be the arbitrator in the dispute. The Rabbi did a fine job and soon figured out an agreement suitable to all.

    All the townsfolk were once again happy, contented and friendly toward each other again.

    But then, the mischievous Tevye, who started the argument in the first place, whispered in the ear of the buyer that the horse was really, really old and then whispered some similarly inflammatory suggestion into the ear of the seller, thus starting the bitter arguments up all over again.

    Tevye then leaves the town square with all the men still squabbling, giggling to himself about the mischief he had created.

Introduction to Jewish Tools and Machinery - Propaganda

It is vital that we understand how an amazingly small but highly coherent group of individuals like the Jews could achieve such utter destruction of mighty civilizations like the Babylonians, the Romans, the Christian unity of Europe, but at the same time, now unify the world under their control.

It is vital that we understand why they do what they do.

One vital clue can be seen in the play above. While being a fictional play, this scene from The Fiddler on the Roof is not far away from depicting reality.

Like the horse traders in Fiddler, stable societies have come to an agreement on how to peacefully live together.

America, for instance, was founded upon the moral principles of Christianity and the political principles enshrined in a Constitution of "life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness".

Then these stable societies are disrupted by mischievous Tevyes, which I call Jewish media-Scribes. They come along and get different groups fighting and squabbling among themselves.

In the case of America, most of this first became visible in the 1960's.

  • We had the "generation gap" squabbling between parents and their children, to where now, children are almost wards of the state.

  • We had the "gender gap" where men were some kind of dictators keeping their wives imprisoned in the home, instead of letting them go down in the coal mine with them for equal pay.

  • Of course, we have the easy divide and conquer in the tragic black versus white issue of the 60's, where blacks could get ahead if only whites were to buy them a home while they gave them their slots at college, their jobs, their money, and their white daughters. (Joking about the daughters -- trying to cause my own wars:)

  • We had the divide between married and unmarried, where the unmarrieds were told they could sleep together and have kids too.

  • We had the divide between the men and the women, where the women could play around like men and abort anything that happens from it.

  • We had the divide between America and the rest of the world, where the rest of the world could come to America to make us become like them: barbaric like the Muslims, poor like the Mexicans, socialist slaves to the Jewish masters just arrived from Russia and Germany.

  • We had the divide between the rich and the poor, where the rich were now guilty of being rich, instead of the poor previously guilty of being poor.

  • We had the divide between married normals and want-to-marry abnormals, where Christianity has nothing to do with it.

  • In the not-so-obvious, we had the divide between North and South which caused the Civil War.

  • Also in the not-so-obvious, we had the divide between England and Germany which caused us to be in two World Wars.

  • Finally in the not-so-obvious, we had the divide between the States and the Federal government, where the Federal was now defined as "good" while the States were defined as "bad".

Like Anatevka's appeal to the rabbi, when these squabbles arise in America there are sometimes an appeal to Christianity and/or always an appeal to patriotism and sure enough, sooner or later everyone is happy again.

Things settle down -- but only temporally.

In the end, the Jewish media-Scribes are listened to more because they own all the means of communications, such as producing plays like The Fiddler on the Roof where Jews are depicted as a poor innocent villagers, being bullied and oppressed by the mean intolerant Christian majority.

Within a short time, the Jewish media-Scribes are raising hell on this issue again and again, until we just give in and accept "the concensus".

The media-Scribes can be explained clearly in the tale below.
    Tale of Heroic Henry and Tragic Timmy

    Heroic Henry and Tragic Timmy were best friends. Henry lived and grew up in the town of Heroicville, while Timmy lived in the neighboring town called Tragicville. There was a creek which ran between the two towns, which also happens to be the reason they found each other. Both loved the creek and spend many summer days playing together on its banks.

    One day Henry came running home telling everyone that Timmy had drown. Somehow, news spread to Tragicville that their native son Timmy had drown. Both towns were saddened by the tragic loss of such a young boy. Henry's parents cried on the shoulders of Timmy's parents when visiting Timmy at the funeral home.

    The next day, the news of Timmy's death was reported in the Heriocville Star Express newspaper.

    "Heroic Henry risks own life in doomed failure to save his best friend from a rain-swollen river!"

    Also on that day, the Tragicville Daily Sun newspaper also reported the death of Timmy.

    "Eagle scout and beloved alter boy Tragic Timmy, on his school's honor role and captain of his football team, was needlessly drown, when a Heroicville boy carelessly pushed him into the raging river, as a silly prank."

In this imaginary tale, you can imagine the two towns coming to blows over such an event.

Now, imagine that the newspapers were both owned by the same man. Why would he do such a thing?

Well, obviously, to obtain the greatest newspaper circulation, he has to tell local stories that interest his local readers.

Heroicville wanted to hear that one of their children was a hero trying to save the life of another boy.

Whereas, Tragicville had to report on the sad death of a child from their town, and wanted to have some explanation of how such a tragedy could happen to someone with such a good head on his shoulders.

Both stories are absolutely true, but both written with the interest of the local reader in mind. No conspiracy to create havoc; no malice intended.

However, the towns could easily go to war against each other over this tragic event.

Stability between groups is hard enough, as this simple example shows, but what if the owner of the two newspapers wanted the two towns to fight each other?

How much more damage could he do in reporting first the arguments and later the fighting between the two towns? Always escalating the tensions between the two groups.

Both the scene from "Fiddler on the Roof and Heroic Henry/Tragic Timmy will help the reader understand the tremendous power wielded by the Jewish media-Scribes.

In the old "Fiddler" days, the destructive power was in the Jewish peddler bringing news from one town to another town or from the city where he obtained his manufactured goods to the countryside where he sold those goods. This is how the American Civil War came about.

Today, that power is wielded as the owner of the mass-media which brings the news to everyone at once. The overwhelming power of the TV first hit in the 1960's.

Guide to "The Jewish History of the World"

You can read further at The Problem.
You can read further at Guide to "Checks and Balances".
You can read further at The Solution.
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