Jews like to boast of their glorious forebears. Disraeli, for example, once retorted to the Irishman Daniel O’Connell: ‘Yes, I am a Jew, and while the ancestors of the right honorable gentleman were brutal savages in an unknown island, mine were priests in the temple of Solomon.’
Like most of the episodes in the vast saga that the Jews call their history, however, the period of Solomonic glory was a work of fiction, a literal “We Wuz Kangz” fantasy for Jews. In reality, David and Solomon, if they existed at all, were nothing but obscure chiefs of gangs of hill bandits and their supposedly majestic capital city, Jerusalem, was nothing but a small, unfortified and undistinguished hamlet.
The basic story of the Jews that the Bible tells is this:
After centuries of enforced servitude in Egypt, the proto-Jews invaded their “promised land”, Canaan, and exterminated most of the indigenous peoples. When most of the goyim (“the people of the land”) had been wiped out, the Jews enjoy a period of glorious success under King David and then Solomon. Solomon, although a great king, let the rot set in by marrying a foreign (non-Jewish) wife. After Solomon, the Jewish kingdom broke apart into a northern kingdom (Israel) and a southern kingdom (Judah). Judah remained true to the “faith” by suppressing and shunning non-Jewish religions and peoples. Israel, however, went multi-cultural. Foreign gods were worshipped or tolerated. Strict racial purity laws were not observed. God punished Israel for these transgressions by allowing it to be conquered and crushed by the Assyrians.
The Bible story, then, is basically a parable stressing the need for racial and religious purity. Jews should shun contact and intermixture with the lowly goyim. If they don’t, God will punish them.
Many conventional works of history accept the basic parameters of this Biblical narrative as valid. But the factual evidence doesn’t support it. As archaeological knowledge has deepened, it has become clear that much of Biblical history is pure fantasy. Earlier generations of archaeologists, whether Jews or Christians, often had an intense emotional investment in the Bible stories. Their professional work was a quest for validation of suppositions they already held. As such, any findings they made tended to be interpreted in ways that would support the Biblical framework.
As the book “The Bible Unearthed” (written by Jews Israel Finkelstein and Neil Asher Silberman) makes clear, modern scholarship has refuted the historicity of the Old Testament and punctured the reputation of the the archaeologists who tried to uphold it.
What really happened was this:
There was no Exodus from Egypt or conquest of Canaan. (Incidentally, this means the line Jews like to quote to justify their pro-immigration stance “You were strangers in the land of Egypt” is nonsense.) Two kingdoms of proto-Jews formed in Palestine: one called Israel in the north, economically successful and interacting happily with its neighbours; and an unsuccessful, poverty-stricken backwater called Judah in the south, which strove to avoid contact with non-Jews. Israel was destroyed by the Assyrians and Assyria then occupied most of Israel’s territory for a while. Israelite refugees flocked to Judah’s capital, Jerusalem. When Assyria withdrew from the Israelite lands, the southern kingdom, Judah, attempted to establish its primacy over them.
This was the time during which the core texts of the Old Testament were produced as propaganda with the following aims:
- Bind the Israelites emotionally with the Judeans, convincing them that they were all one people.
- Justify Israel’s destruction.
- Make racial and religious exclusivism the foundational principle of Jewishness.
- Establish Jerusalem as the spiritual home of the “Jewish people”.
The scribes of Judah invented an imaginary glorious past for themselves in which their great hero Joshua crushed the armies of the goyim and exterminated their civilian populations. But the powers, peoples and places described in the Biblical narrative make no sense in the context of the time in which the events described would have to have occurred, circa 1500-1300 BC. They make perfect sense, however, in relation to the 7th century BC. This was almost certainly the time at which the core texts of the Old Testament were compiled and written, during the reign of the Jewish king Josiah (the similarity of his name to that of the “hero” Joshua is unlikely to be coincidental.) Just as, say, the film “300”, although depicting a struggle between the ancient Greeks and Persians, resonated with the then contemporary “War on Terror”, so the Biblical stories described conflicts that had supposedly occurred many centuries earlier but in fact reflected the challenges and antagonists faced by Judah in the 7th century B.C. The key difference, of course, was that “300” was recounting a real historical episode, while the Joshua stories were completely made up.
The plans of the Judeans did not quite reach their intended fruition. Not long after Israel’s destruction by the Assyrians, Assyria itself was destroyed by Babylon which also then attacked Judah, carting off its elites for a period of temporary exile lasting about 50 years. During this period of Babylonian exile, living among foreigners, the elite Jews refined an ideology of apartheid that required them to segregate themselves, genetically and culturally, from everyone else. New Biblical propaganda was produced to support this ideology and some of the pre-existing books were edited to reflect it. This was the true origin of Jewishness as we know it today.
The entire saga – the grandiose fake history and the much shabbier real history underlying it – is an extraordinary illustration of the power of Jewish lies. Jewish scribes talked up an insignificant hamlet into a fabulous city and minor gang leaders into glorious kings. And people, even in the far corners of the earth, believed these lies for thousands of years and many still believe them today.
We see the same tendencies still at work today. Jews are busy rewriting our history to support and justify our destruction. America, the nation of “free white persons” has been reframed as a receptacle for endless diversity. European national epics, too, are being recast in ways that justify the obliteration of the actual European peoples.
For themselves, the Jews created fake history to justify their racial exclusivism. For us, they create fake history to justify our racial annihilation.