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Fake Hate Crime is an Ancient Jewish Tradition

WHEN WE READ about the innumerable incidents of fake hate crime perpetrated by Jews — such as the Israeli teen who phoned in threats to American Jewish centres — few people realise that this is a time-honoured Jewish tradition. Even ancient chronicles, such as the “Armenian Chronicle”, record such incidents.

The Armenian Chronicle is one of history’s most important texts because it the only surviving contemporaneous chronicle covering most of the Middle East over the period in which Islam emerged. Believed to have been written by a Christian Armenian bishop circa. 660 AD, it records how Jews manipulated the Arabs and Mohammed, encouraging them to invade Palestine, which until then had been under Christian control. This manipulation could even be said to constitute the creation of Islam.

When the Arabs had overrun Palestine at Jewish behest, the Jews then tried to trick them into killing the Christians who were resident there. How? Fake hate crime. The Jews spread pigs’ blood inside the mosque and tried to make it look like Christians had done it as a calculated insult to Muslims.

In this extract from the chronicle, Muslims are referred to as “Hagarenes” and “Ismaelites”:

[Concerning the Jews and their wicked plots]

I shall also speak about the plots of the rebellious Jews, who after gaining help from the Hagarenes for a brief while, decided to rebuild the temple of Solomon. Finding the spot called Holy of Holies, they rebuilt it with base and construction as a place for their prayers. But the Ismaelites, being envious of them, expelled them from that place and called the same house of prayer their own. Then the former built in another spot, right at the base of the temple, another place for their prayer.

There they proposed their evil plot, desiring to fill Jerusalem from end to end with blood and to exterminate all the Christians from Jerusalem.

Now a certain man from among the great ones of Ismael came to worship at the place of their prayer alone. Three of the leading Jews encountered him; they had killed two pigs which they had brought to the place of prayer, and whose blood they had scattered on the walls and floor of the building. When the man saw them, he stopped and said something to them. They responded, passed by him, and departed.

As soon as he had entered inside to pray, he saw the wicked deed, and immediately turned back to seize the men. Since he could not find them, he kept silent and went home. Then many people entered, saw the crime, and broke the news to the city. The Jews informed the prince that Christians had defiled the place of prayer.

The prince gave an order, and they assembled all the Christians. While they were intending to put them to the sword, the man came, stood before them and said: ‘Why would you shed so much blood unjustly? Order all the Jews to be gathered, and I shall point out the guilty ones.’ When they had assembled them all, he went into their midst and identified the three men who had met him. Having seized them, they condemned them with fearful penalties until they revealed the plot. Because their prince was from among the Jews, he ordered six men to be killed, the ring-leaders of the plot. The others he let go to their own homes.

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Source: Diversity Macht Frei

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3 Comments

  1. Sic Semper
    May 11, 2018 at 10:22 am — Reply

    In The Chronicles of the First Crusade, the first thing the Crusaders did when they conquered Jerusalem was to slit the throats of every jew and Muslim inhabitant. Now we understand why the jew was run through too.

    The whitewashing of jewish atrocities against their neighbors is a prevailing theme throughout history, whereas the rightful responses to their crimes is always examined and painted as a “pogrom” and atrocity.

    A cursory reading of the Old Testament will show the celebration of over 1000 acts of murder, genocide and terrorism – that the jew god “sanctioned” and which are celebrated as key components of their bloodlust “religion” now.

    Herodotus wrote about the jews thousands of years ago with their bizarre customs and how neighboring civilizations regarded them.

    Had the full histories been preserved, one wonders what the numbers of butchered would be by their kosher predators.

    It is so ingrained in their very essence to commit atrocities and then claim victimhood. It is akin to the cuckoo bird’s strategy of survival where they lay their eggs in the nests of rival species. The unsuspecting birds are tricked into raising the cuckoo as their own offspring, once it hatches, the newborn cuckoo’s first act is to push the eggs of its unsuspecting host out of the nest and kill its rivals. The unsuspecting birds now raise an alien who will grow much larger than themselves as they struggle to fill its gaping maw all along raising the murderer of its own offspring.

    A sickening, sadistic life strategy has proven quite successful in nature and in society.

  2. Anthony Collins
    May 15, 2018 at 8:26 am — Reply

    I think the incident described in the article above is better characterized as a false flag operation than a fake hate crime. As William Pierce once remarked, the motto of Mossad, “By way of deception thou shalt do war,” “describes more than the modus operandi of the world’s most ruthless and feared organization of professional assassins and espionage agents; it really describes the modus vivendi of an entire race. It is necessary to understand that fact before one can hope to understand fully the role of the Jews in national and world affairs.” And, it might be added, world history.

  3. ANDRONIS
    May 16, 2018 at 12:39 pm — Reply

    Corneliu Zelea Codreanu
    “The Booklet of the Nestmaster”
    editions “Our Struggle”, Lyon

    This booklet has been a true revelation for us. For this reason we reproduce the words of a famous Romanian historian before the end of the article. Codreanu was a true activist who gave his life to the anti-communist struggle. He was assassinated in 1938 by King Karol 2 ‘s henchmen. Yet Codreanu was a tough anti-communist. Why then was he the target of the King? We will reproduce these words: “An old peasant with white hair made the sign of the cross on her breast and whispered to us: The envoy of the Archangel Michael” (in Massimiliano Ribaric “Blood Axis” editions Black Truck, p. 275) King Karol 2 had a Jewish mistress in 1938 and our Chief Codreanu was “against the Jewish dominion of our country” (in “The Booklet of the Nestmaster” op.cit.p.44).

    Codreanu’s Legion “Iron Guard” fought against foreign invasion and false democracy since it was “at the service of the great international Jewish finance” (op.cit.p.49). As he expressed on the manifesto of the title Codreanu wanted “to finish with the bankruptcy existence of the democratic state based on the peremptory ideology of the French Revolution” (op.cit.p51).

    The Romanian historian Nicholas M. Nagy-Talavera adds: “A tall, dark-haired man, dressed in a light Romanian peasant coat, came galloping into the place on a white horse.” He stopped near me. and in him I saw nothing monstrous or bad, but his smile, as sincere as a child’s, radiated above the miserable crowd … The word charisma seems inappropriate to define the particular force emanating from this man “(in Ribaric, op.cit, p.274).

    Corneliu Zelea Codreanu was “a man of action for the new Romania” (in Booklet of the Nestmaster, op.cit., P.25). But unfortunately the bad instinct of the Jewish royal mistress decided to exterminate him so that the country immersed herself in communist hell. For many intellectuals like Michael Moynihan, the singer of the band “Blood Axis”, Codreanu is a Saint.

    written by Dionysos Andronis

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