Tuesday, October 13, 2015

Book Review: The Ruling Elite

As part of the formal educational program of the Congress-initiated United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, teachers in public schools teach susceptible students about alleged events at the exclusion of other devastating occurrences, including America’s ethnic cleansing of its indigenous population.

Meanwhile, in those same government schools, teachers, using National Education Association-approved textbooks, conceal America’s horrific warfare history, both overt and covert, over several decades in numerous countries. Obviously, the government must hide these facts to justify and even glorify further wars, in order to successfully recruit the youth who will fight and die in them.

World War I, though planned well in advance, seemingly erupted over the deaths of two people in Sarajevo with the United States ultimately entering the war belatedly, over the Lusitania incident.

War has the capacity to connect people emotionally, even those who adamantly claim to be peace-loving citizens. Anti-war rhetoric immediately draws criticism—“patriots” characterize dissidents as anti-American or unpatriotic.

Total-war ideologically requires the widespread use of propaganda to maintain soldier morale and civilian support through the vilification of the enemy.

The winners sanction the plunder of land and resources on behalf of multinational corporations and international banks. Nations wage total warfare to impose policy, eliminate local leaders who are unwilling to forfeit the country’s resources, and exterminate the population.

Warfare—repeatedly the results of false-flag events—does not always include shock-and-awe bombing raids, but can take the form of retributive sanctions prohibiting access to basic essentials. It is just as deadly over time, particularly for the most vulnerable—women, children and the elderly.

Subtle assaults, perpetrated against the citizens of a nation by their own government and complicit profit-seeking corporations, include biological, environmental, medicinal, and/or corporate sabotage, during which people perish while survivors naively blame natural occurrences—as such a catastrophic event frequently leaves no viable evidence pointing to a perpetrator, except for poor old Mother Nature.

"The Jews of Khazaria" by Kevin A. Brook, and more recently, The Invention of the Jewish People by Shlomo Sand, presents a logical online essay regarding the origination of the Eastern European.

"The Ruling Elite" is not about anti-Semitism, an accusatory political weapon utilized to silence unwanted queries and opposition to detrimental Zionist policies. Truth can withstand the most intense scrutiny and does not fear investigation, but rather invites exploration.

Governments and others habitually employ suppression, under the guise of anti-Semitism accusations, to silence truth and conceal mass criminality. People use the term anti-Semite to silence dissent against US government policies as they relate to Israel. As an example, criticism of Israeli policies against Palestinians, becomes an attack on all Jews.

Shulamit Aloni, minister of Education (1992-1993) and peace activist, says that calling people dissidents is a defamation tactic used to silence all criticism. If Europeans criticize Israeli policies, people remind them of the Holocaust. If people oppose Israeli policies toward the Palestinians, then people accuse them of anti-Semitism. According to Aloni, Jews habitually remind others of their suffering to justify what they are doing to the Palestinians. The Khazars, classified by anthropologists as Turco-Finns, are not descendants of Judah, one of the twelve sons of Israel, but were warlike, violent people who originated in Asia, from where other nations drove them out!

In the first century, using the route between the north end of the Caspian Sea and the south end of the Ural Mountains, they invaded several agricultural nations in Eastern Europe and occupied about one million square miles until about the seventh century. They worshipped the phallic symbol and engaged in sexual excess, until King Bulan, because of their moral degeneracy, abolished their idolatry and compelled them to adopt one of the three monotheistic religions: Islam, Christianity, or Talmudism (Judaism). They chose the latter as their new state religion. The king then imported rabbis from Babylon, who opened synagogues and instructed four thousand feudal nobles.

The converted Khazars remained in Khazaria, and their descendants embraced Judaism, a theocratic religion where leaders functioned as civil administrators. The Talmud, with civil and religious tenets, functioned as a behavior manual in every aspect of their lives.

The 1954 Jewish Encyclopedia, Volume IV, states, “Chazars: A people of Turkish origin whose life and history are interwoven with the very beginnings of the history of the Jews of Russia… driven on by the nomadic tribes of the steppes and by their own desire for plunder and revenge… In the second half of the sixth century, the Chazars moved westward… The kingdom of the Chazars was firmly established in most of south Russia long before the foundations of the Russian monarchy (855).

At this time the kingdom of the Chazars stood at the height of its power and was constantly at war… At the end of the eighth century… the king of the Chazars and his grandees, together with a large number of his heathen people, embraced the Jewish religion.”11 By 1016, the Slavs vanquished the Khazars and seized a major portion of their land, which became Poland, Lithuania, the Grand Duchy of Moscow, and other Slavic states. Most of the Khazars remained while others relocated to Kiev and other areas of Russia. The Khazars went northwest into Lithuanian, Polish territory, Russia, and Ukraine and became broadly dispersed in Western Russia.

The majority of the ethnic Jews in modern-day Iraq, parts of Syria, Turkey, and southwestern Iran, long ago embraced Islam, making many of today’s Muslims and Christian Arabs ethnic Jews. The Khazars adamantly rejected assimilation in order to retain their unique identity. The rabbis realized that they would lose their power over their people if they accepted other authorities. They dictated fundamental traditions, daily practices, rules, and beliefs about God, man, and the universe, what to wear, what to eat or not eat, how to conduct business, who one may marry, and how to observe the holidays and Sabbaths. They refer to these practices as halakhah. The Khazars lived under the Babylonian Talmudic law as a population living in Russia—a state within a state. After the fall of Kiev in 1240, Moscow became the capital. The Khazars, through time, hated the Russians, whose country they lived in, and became known as Russian Jews.