A White Guide to the Jewish Narrative
TO MOST WHITES morality is an entirely universalist notion. This means that, with some exceptions, if something is right or wrong then it is assumed to be right or wrong for everyone, everywhere, all the time. This notion of morality is reflected in Christian ethics as the Golden Rule. Universalist morality is one of the tenets of Western-style liberalism.
Jews have a more particularist notion of morality: Is it good or bad for the Jews? If something is good for Jews then it is right, otherwise it is wrong. Jews are also well aware that universalist-sounding rhetoric can bamboozle Whites into serving or at least acceding to Jewish particularist interests.
It is this particularist morality that enables Jews to unselfconsciously assert that Israel is for the Jews but White countries are for everybody; likewise, that the Jews are a people — but White is just a meaningless skin color or social construct.
Criticism of Jews along these lines is often mistaken, sometimes intentionally, as an accusation of dual loyalty. As Joe Sobran once observed, dual loyalty would be an improvement (from either a liberal universalist or White particularist point of view).
The hate narrative
Jews tend to identify people they hate for specifically Jewish reasons as Jew-haters.
According to Jews, anyone who comes into conflict with the Jews must be to blame. Entirely. This blame cannot be explained in any way that leaves blame unassigned, because then some portion might be ascribed, even if only implicitly, to the Jews. Thus the tendency to characterize anyone who vexes them as simply mentally or morally defective, driven to hate Jews solely for the sake of hating.
The Jewish version of history
The narrative includes a one-sided version of history entirely sympathetic to Jews. This means that for any historic conflict with other groups or individuals, the non-Jews are and always have been entirely to blame. In a nutshell: Jews have always been the victims of horrible persecution and oppression at the hands of stupid, crazy, evil haters.
A corollary of this is the anti-White version of history: Whites have always been stupid, crazy, evil haters, persecuting and oppressing everyone else, and specifically Jews.
The Jewish guilt-trip
The use of any portion of the Jewish and/or anti-White versions of history as an accusation, assigning collective responsibility and guilt to Whites. This is a form of psychological aggression — an attack on White self-worth and self-confidence, placing Whites on the defensive.
The purpose of such aggression is to gain concessions benefiting their own group — to promote or defend Jewish power and interests.
The blood libel narrative
The “blood libel” is one specific Jewish anti-White libel/story in the larger Jewish version of history. This is the Jewish claim that on multiple occasions Europeans killed Jews who were accused of kidnapping and killing European children for their blood. Since the idea that Jews could be guilty of anything is unthinkable, the Europeans must be the ones who were, and still are, guilty.
Oddly enough, according to Jews themselves these accusations of bloody kidnap-killing recur across time and space, following Jews wherever they go.
The holocaust narrative
This Jewish anti-White libel/story is the most prominent of all. This is the Jewish claim that Whites killed (or otherwise aided and abetted the killing of) six million Jews in gas chambers during World War 2. Today this narrative almost completely overshadows anything else that occurred before during or after that war.
Over time the target of Jewish accusations and guilt-tripping has broadened from “the Nazis,” to Germans (for not stopping them), to Europeans in general (for not more effectively opposing the Germans), to Whites in general (for restricting immigration, not joining the war in Europe against Germany soon enough, not making the bombing or liberating of prison camps a higher priority). Meanwhile, in an increasing number of Western countries, open dispute of the holocaust narrative is considered a violation of the law, punishable by fine or imprisonment.
The nation of immigrants narrative
Jews in the diaspora are the archetypal “nation of immigrants,” thriving for millennia while regularly migrating from one host country to another. Well aware of this history, Jews overwhelmingly favor open borders for all countries, except Israel. Virtually every Jew has a story to tell about how their own family benefited from immigration, or was harmed because they couldn’t migrate freely.
In common use the term is an oxymoron used to idealize unrelated, hostile alien tribes colonizing countries founded and formerly controlled by Whites.
The Jewish narrative
All together, the phenomena and attitudes described above, and more, constitute the Jewish narrative, which is now the dominant narrative in Western society. The pervasiveness of the Jewish narrative is a consequence of Jewish influence in media, culture, and politics. This is in turn a consequence of Jewish wealth and activism.
The Jewish question
Prior to the Enlightenment, Europe and Christendom were seen, by Europeans, as synonymous. Jews were seen primarily as members of an ancient religious sect who hadn’t yet gotten around to converting to Christianity.
In the late 18th century, with the fig leaf of religion shriveling, European intellectuals began to wonder aloud — Who are these rude, uncivilized, aliens who call themselves the Jews? Why do they behave as a nation within a nation? Whatever shall we do with them?
The Jewish question was eventually answered by fiat, imposed from above by European political leaders who were sympathetic to and already in the process of assimilating with the Jews. These leaders declared Jews equal citizens and granted them full political equality. This process occurred in fits and starts, at various times and places in Europe, during the first half of the 19th century. In exchange Jews were expected to drop their particularist identity, to stop being Jews and assimilate.
Debate on the Jewish question dragged on however. Europeans did not generally accept Jews as social or racial equals, and Jews did not generally abandon their Jewish identity. As partially assimilated Jewish intellectuals joined the debate, they turned it more and more into an indictment of Europeans.
Today this portion of European history is taboo. Only the Jewish version and their guilt-tripping remain in the mainstream. Calling the process “Jewish emancipation” is itself a sign of deference to Jewish sensibilities. It was, in retrospect, more of a slow-motion Jewish putsch. In the end, Jews were free to operate as a particularist team inside a larger, universalist society.
The Jewish template and the minority narrative
The struggle for dominance over Western society came to a head in the middle of the 20th century. Whites waged a cataclysmic, fratricidal war on each other and lost. Long before that war, even while Whites still dominated the US politically, Jews were already helping Blacks found the NAACP and pathologizing White racial identity.
Now, in the 21st century, Jewish power and influence increase essentially unchecked. For the last six decades the Jews have gone into overdrive, generalizing and adapting elements of their narrative to other “minorities.” Slowly but surely this is what has turned European-founded societies inside out and upside down. When Jews exclaim “Diversity is our greatest strength,” they are exactly right.
One of Many Jewish Lists of (Alleged) Persecutions
Lesser Known Highlights of Jewish International Relations
In The Common Era (an abbreviated sampling)
source: Judaism Online
|224 C.E.||Italy||Forced Conversion|
|351 C.E||Persia||Book Burning|
|357 C.E.||Italy||Property Confiscation|
|379 C.E.||Milan||Synagogue Burning|
|418 C.E.||Minorca||Forced Conversion|
|489 C.E.||Antioch||Synagogue Burning|
|506 C.E.||Daphne||Synagogue Burning|
|519 C.E.||Ravenna||Synagogue Burning|
|554 C.E.||Diocese of Clement (France)||Expulsion|
|561 C.E.||Diocese of Uzes (France)||Expulsion|
|582 C.E||Merovingia||Forced Conversion|
|612 C.E.||Visigoth Spain||Expulsion|
|628 C.E.||Byzantium||Forced Conversion|
|629 C.E.||Merovingia||Forced Conversion|
|633 C.E.||Toledo||Forced Conversion|
|638 C.E.||Toledo||Stake Burnings|
|642 C.E.||Visigothic Empire||Expulsion|
|681 C.E.||Spain||Forced Conversion|
|693 C.E.||Toledo||Jews Enslaved|
|722 C.E.||Byzantium||Judaism Outlawed|
|897 C.E.||Narbonne||Land Confiscation|
|945 C.E.||Venice||Ban on Sea Travel|
|1012 C.E.||Rouen, Limoges & Rome||Massacre|
|1021 C.E.||Rome||Jews Burned Alive|
|1096 C.E.||Northern France & Germany||1/3 of Jewish Population Massacred|
|1099 C.E.||Jerusalem||Jews Burned Alive|
|1146 C.E.||Rhine Valley||Massacre|
|1147 C.E.||Belitz (Germany)||Jews Burned Alive|
|1147 C.E.||Carenton, Ramenu & Sully (France)||Massacres|
|1171 C.E.||Blois||Stake Burnings|
|1181 C.E.||England||Property Confiscation|
|1188 C.E.||London & York||Mob Attacks|
|1190 C.E.||Norfolk||Jews Burned Alive|
|1191 C.E.||Bray (France)||Jews Burned Alive|
|1195 C.E.||France||Property Confiscation|
|1212 C.E.||Spain||Rioting and blood bath against the Jews of Toledo.|
|1215 C.E.||Rome||Lateran Council of Rome decrees that Jews must wear the “badge of shame” in all Christian countries. Jews are denied all public sector employment, and are burdened with extra taxes.|
|1215 C.E.||Toulouse (France)||Mass Arrests|
|1218 C.E.||England||Jews Forced to Wear Badges|
|1231 C.E.||Rome||Inquisition Established|
|1236 C.E.||France||Forced Conversion/Massacre|
|1239 C.E.||London||Massacre & Property Confiscation|
|1240 C.E.||Austria||Property confiscation. Jews either imprisoned, converted, expelled, or burned.|
|1240 C.E.||France||Talmud Confiscated|
|1240 C.E.||England||Book Burning|
|1240 C.E.||Spain||Forced Conversion|
|1242 C.E.||Paris||Talmud Burned|
|1244 C.E.||Oxford||Mob Attacks|
|1255 C.E.||England||Blood libel in Lincoln results in the burning / torture of many Jews & public hangings.|
|1261 C.E.||Canterbury||Mob Attacks|
|1262 C.E.||London||Mob Attacks|
|1264 C.E.||London||Mob Attacks|
|1264 C.E.||Germany||Council of Vienna declares that all Jews must wear a “pointed dunce cap.” Thousands murdered.|
|1267 C.E.||Vienna||Jews Forced to Wear Horned Hats|
|1270 C.E.||Weissenberg, Magdeburg, Arnstadt, Coblenz, Singzig, and Erfurt||Jews Burned Alive|
|1270 C.E.||England||The libel of the “counterfeit coins” – all Jewish men, women and children in England imprisoned. Hundreds are hung.|
|1278 C.E.||Genoa (Spain)||Mob Attacks|
|1279 C.E.||Hungary & Poland||The Council of Offon denies Jews the right to all civic positions. The Jews of Hungary & Poland are forced to wear the “red badge of shame.”|
|1283 C.E.||Mayence & Bacharach||Mob Attacks|
|1285 C.E.||Munich||Jews Burned Alive|
|1290 C.E.||England||King Edward I issues an edict banishing all Jews from England. Many drowned.|
|1291 C.E.||France||The Jewish refugees from England are promptly expelled from France.|
|1292 C.E.||Italy||Forced conversions & expulsion of the Italian Jewish community.|
|1298 C.E.||Germany||The libel of the “Desecrated Host” is perpetrated against the Jews of Germany. Approximately 150 Jewish communities undergo forced conversion.|
|1298 C.E.||Franconia, Bavaria & Austria||Reindfel’s Decree is propagated against the Jews of Franconia and Bavarai. Riots against these Jewish communities, as well as those in Austria, result in the massacre of 100,000 Jews over a six-month period.|
|1308 C.E.||Strasbourg||Jews Burned Alive|
|1320 C.E.||Toulouse & Perpigon||120 Communities Massacred & Talmud Burned|
|1321 C.E.||Teruel||Public Executions|
|1328 C.E.||Estella||5,000 Jews Slaughtered|
|1348 C.E.||France & Spain||Jews Burned Alive|
|1349 C.E.||Worms, Strasbourg, Oppenheim, Mayence, Erfurt, Bavaria & Swabia||Jews Burned Alive|
|1349 C.E.||Heilbronn (Germany)||Expulsion|
|1354 C.E.||Castile (Spain)||12,000 Jews Slaughtered|
|1368 C.E.||Toledo||8,000 Jews Slaughtered|
|1370 C.E.||Majorca., Penignon & Barcelona||Mob Attack|
|1377 C.E.||Huesca (Spain)||Jews Burned Alive|
|1380 C.E.||Paris||Mob Attack|
|1384 C.E.||Nordlingen||Mass Murder|
|1389 C.E.||Prague||Mass Slaughter & Book Burning|
|1391 C.E.||Castille, Toledo, Madrid, Seville, Cordova, Cuenca & Barcelona||Forced Conversions & Mass Murder|
|1399 C.E.||Posen (Poland)||Jews Burned Alive|
|1400 C.E.||Prague||Stake Burnings|
|1407 C.E.||Cracow||Mob Attack|
|1415 C.E.||Rome||Talmud Confiscated|
|1422 C.E.||Austria||Jews Burned Alive|
|1424 C.E.||Fribourg & Zurich||Expulsion|
|1431 C.E.||Southern Germany||Jews Burned Alive|
|1449 C.E.||Toledo||Public Torture &. Burnings|
|1463 C.E.||Cracow||Mob Attack|
|1473 C.E.||Andalusia||Mob Attack|
|1480 C.E.||Venice||Jews Burned Alive|
|1481 C.E.||Seville||Stake Burnings|
|1484 C.E.||Cuidad Real, Guadalupe, Saragossa & Teruel||Jews Burned Alive|
|1485 C.E.||Vincenza (Italy)||Expulsion|
|1486 C.E.||Toledo||Jews Burned Alive|
|1488 C.E.||Toledo||Stake Burnings|
|1490 C.E.||Toledo||Public Executions|
|1491 C.E.||Astorga||Public Torture & Execution|
|1506 C.E.||Lisbon||Mob Attack|
|1510 C.E.||Berlin||Public Torture & Execution|
|1539 C.E.||Cracow & Portugal||Stake Burnings|
|1556 C.E.||Sokhachev (Poland)||Public Torture & Execution|
|1569 C.E.||Papal States||Expulsion|
|1597 C.E.||Cremona, Pavia & Lodi||Expulsion|
|1635 C.E.||Vilna||Mob Attack|
|1637 C.E.||Cracow||Public Torture & Execution|
|1647 C.E.||Lisbon||Jews Burned Alive|
|1648 C.E.||Poland||1/3 of Jewry Slaughtered|
|1652 C.E.||Lisbon||Stake Burnings|
|1654 C.E.||Little Russia||Expulsion|
|1660 C.E.||Seville||Jews Burned Alive|
|1663 C.E||Cracow||Public Torture &. Execution|
|1664 C.E.||Lemberg||Mob Attack|
|1669 C.E.||Oran (North Africa)||Expulsion|
|1671 C.E.||Minsk||Mob Attacks|
|1681 C.E.||Vilna||Mob Attacks|
|1682 C.E.||Cracow||Mob Attacks|
|1687 C.E.||Posen||Mob Attacks|
|1740 C.E.||Liule Russia||Expulsion|
|1753 C.E.||Kovad (Lithuania)||Expulsion|
|1757 C.E.||Kamenetz||Talmud Burning|
|1768 C.E.||Kiev||3,000 Jews Slaughtered|
|1801 C.E.||Bucharest||Mob Attack|
|1804 C.E.||Russian Villages||Expulsion|
|1808 C.E.||Russian Countryside||Expulsion|
|1815 C.E.||Lubeck & Bremen||Expulsion|
|1843 C.E.||Austria & Prussia||Expulsion|
|1850 C.E.||New York City||500 People, Led by Police, Attacked & Wrecked Jewish Synagogue|
|1862 C.E.||Area under General Grant’s Jurisdiction in the United States||Expulsion|
|1866 C.E||Galatz (Romania)||Expulsion|
|1871 C.E.||Odena||Mob Attack|
|1887 C.E.||Slovakia||Mob Attacks|
|1897 C.E.||Kantakuzenka (Russia)||Mob Attacks|
|1898 C.E.||Rennes (France)||Mob Attack|
|1899 C.E.||Nicholayev||Mob Attack|
|1900 C.E.||Konitz (Prussia)||Mob Attack|
|1902 C.E.||Poland||Widespread Pogroms|
|1904 C.E.||Manchuria, Kiev & Volhynia||Widespread Pogroms|
|1905 C.E.||Zhitomir (Yolhynia)||Mob Attacks|
|1915 C.E.||Georgia (U.S.A.)||Leo Frank Lynched|
|1919 C.E.||Prague||Wide Spread Pogroms|
|1920 C.E.||Munich & Breslau||Mob Attacks|
|1922 C.E.||Boston, MA||Lawrence Lowell, President of Harvard, calls for Quota Restrictions on Jewish Admission|
|1928 C.E.||Hungary||Widespread Anti-Semitic Riots on University Campuses|
|1929 C.E.||Lemberg (Poland)||Mob Attacks|
|1930 C.E.||Berlin||Mob Attack|
|1933 C.E.||Bucharest||Mob Attacks|
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Source: Age of Treason