By HERVÉ RYSSEN
Translated into English by CARLOS PORTER
The history of Judaism is that of a people or sect permanently at war with the rest of humanity. The Jews have naturally aroused anti-Semitism at all times and in all places. The scenario which then unfolds is always the same: After a few initial riots and violence, the goyim (non-Jews) pass laws intended to regain control of the situation and eventually end up expelling them en masse. But, invariably, after the lapse of a certain time, the Jews always succeed in returning, having learned absolutely nothing from their ordeals, i.e., that it is their behavior itself that actually creates “anti-Semitism.” This has been their history for 3,000 years.
In Judaism, there is a conviction that the coming of a messiah will occur in the midst of dreadful sufferings and rescue the Jews from their oppressors, raising them up to be masters of the world. Isaac Abravanel, who headed the Spanish Jewish community at the time of their expulsion from Spain in 1492, wrote himself: “The times of the Messiah will be preceded by a great war, in which two-thirds of humanity will perish.” (Masmia Jesua, 49a.)
To succeed in reaching this universal peace (Pax Judaica), the Jews must work unceasingly to destroy all the differences between men—nations, races, religions and local customs. It is this messianic tension that motivates their acts and multiplies their energies. It is on the ruins of the non-Jewish nations that the long-awaited world government will be erected. But it has been clear for some time that the Jews will never succeed all by themselves. They need incessant propaganda to convince the goyim (insentient beasts) to help install them as God’s Chosen. This is why the Jews have worked so diligently to control all media and information outlets, ruthlessly suppressing any who expose their ultimate plan to dominate mankind. History of Anti-Semitism delves into these topics as well as so much more.
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