http://codoh.com/bbs/messages/3529.html ----------------------------------------- Behold - The record Posted by tom moran on December 29, 1998 at 10:01:57: ============================================================= "Know ye not history and you are doomed to repeat it." Know ye your history of malice and repeat it, and the malice of consequences repeateth also. No group in the world has such a repeated history in the world as the Hebrews. They relish in recounting this history as if it is a high point of achievement, without going through the recognized procedure of objectively learning from history. It is always the other guy who is at fault. "The Jewish Book of Days" is a small hard covered calender book starting off with January and ending in December and no particular year involved. Each page is divided up into seven horizontal spaces, each one having a numerical date corresponding to the month and in each space there is a notation for something the Jews find significant, such as Janurary 1 notes "Hank Greenberg, professional baseball player, born (1911)" or June 27 notes "The Yiddish newspaper Die Yidishe Velt began publication in New York (1902)". The Jewish history also cites among the attaining people and moments of their history a substantial recollection of their effects on others, the first appearing under the book date, Jan. 8 Jews expelled from Genoa, Italy (1598), then 12 Jews expelled from Sicily(1493) 14 The Church burned confiscated Jewish books in Rome(1601) 31 Henry II forbade Jews in England to build new synagogues(1253) Feb. 6 First auto-da-fe of the Spanish Inquisition(1481) 13 Jews of Speyer massacred(1195) 21 Jews expelled from German city Ratisbon(1519) 26 The Jews were expelled from all papal territory except Rome and Ancona(1569) 28 First auto-da-fe in the New World(1574) Mar. 9 Pope Innocent IV ordered that the Talmud be burned(1244) 18 More than eighty French Jews were burned at the stake in Bray(1191) 28 Turkish authorities expelled Jews from Jaffa and Tel Aviv(1917) 31 King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella signed the order expelling Jews from Spain(1492) Apr. 2 Jews expelled from Sicily(1492) 5 The Polish army executed thirty five Jews for handing out Joint Distribution Committee packages to the Jews of Pinsk(1919) 23 Jews prohibited from living in France 28 A progrom at Elizavetgrad was followed by a series of progroms throughout the Ukraine and neighboring provinces(1881) 30 A royal proclaimation instructs Jews to leave Spain by the end of July(1492) May 7 Empress Catherine I ordered all Jews expelled from the Ukraine(1727) 13 Nonnative Jews expelled from Bohemia(1763) 19 Iraqi Jews began to depart for Israel(1950) 31 Sigmund III of Poland tried to keep Jews out of Riga(1593) June 15 Many Jews were killed during a riot in Safed(1834) 16 Jews expelled from Florence(1527) 19 Loius IX of France decreed all Jews must wear yellow badge(1269) 24 Russian Minister of the Interior instructed local authorities to suppress Zionism among the Jews(1903) July 11 Jews expelled from Little Russia(1739) 19 Thirty eight Jews burned in Brandenburg as a result of a Host-declaration libel(1810) 22 Jews of France arrested at the order of King Philip(1306) 25 Emperor Leopold I expelled the Jews from Vienna(1670) 30 Citizens of Nuremburg forbidden to borrow from Jews(1539) Aug 5 More than 300 Jews were killed in a massacre in Barcelona(1391) 11 Marranos who escaped from Spain fall victim to auto-da-fe in Lima(1635) 16 Laws regulating the condition of Jews of Saxony issued(1838) 18 Jews Oath abolished in Austria(1846) 19 Maximillian I orders the destruction of Jewish books(1509) 23 Jews throughout Palestine were attacked by Arab rioters(1929) Sept 3 Many Jews were killed in a riot during coronation of Richard the Lion Hearted(1189) 17 Jews expelled from France by King Charles(1394) 21 Swedish Government revoked privileges previously granted Swedish Jews(1838) 24 King Louis XIV ordered Jews expelled from French possessions in America(1683) Oct 4 Jews deprived of rights by Vichy government in France(1940) 5 Ludwig IX expelled the Jews from Lower Bavaria(1450) 21 Emperor Joseph II of Austria abolished distinctive Jewish dress(1781) 23 Jews in Barbados forbidden to engage in retail trade(1668) 30 Pope Innocent XI forbade Jews in Rome to engage in banking(1682) 31 Date by which Jews had to leave Portugal(1497) Nov 2 Jews expelled from France and French domains(1394) 9 Kristallnact(1938) 14 Jews no longer permitted to attend German schools(1938) 23 Jews expelled from Naples(1510) 26 The Council of Clermont proclaimed the First Crusade, that led to the massacre of many Jewish communities(1092) Dec 4 Jews ordered to leave Portugal(1496) 16 Jews expelled from France(1394) 18 Jews expelled from Prague, Bohemia and Moravia(1774) 25 King Frederick III of Sicily required all Jews to wear badge(1369) 27 Jews were prohibited from practicing medicine in Romania(1868) So here we have a recurrant theme spanning ten centuries and many different areas. We might assume that this rejoicing record compiled by the Jewish community is that which they were able to find but that the full account, if records were available, might excede this by many times. Holocaust books give us a more up to date account about raging resentments among a variety of countries in this century, especially in their accounts of Einsatzgruppens, where we might get the idea that people in Hungary, Romania, Ukraine, White Russia and else where, had more to do with whatever really happened than the Germans. We also have to recognize, aside from any moral judgements, that whatever really happened during WW II is a continuation of the listed history above. Since these bewailings of dates of reactions are always devoid of discussing any extenuating circumstances we are left to wonder about the ultimate cause and effect of the reoccurance. Nevertheless, one example of the above has found it's way into history books as to any details. This is the Spanish expulsion of Jews in 1492. The historical account of Jews in Spain starts off with them finding their way into the land as tagalongs to the invading Moorish army, thus making them complicit in the invasion. After a few centuries the Moors were rightfully ejected from Spain, but the Jews were allowed to stay, evidentally in consideration of their biblical connection. Inspite of this initial forgiving accomodation a change of heart occurred. Evidentally the Jews had saturated much of the trade, including the agricultural chain, and eventually it got to the point of intolerance and the Spanish reacted. About three years ago Spain allowed itself to be badgered into giving a formal apology for this history. The one thing that is certain from the overall history of the Jews, by their own accounting, aside from any discussion of cause and effect, is that for some reason many generations in many nations allowed the Jews to establish themselves but for some reason became irratated to the point of severe reaction, which the Jews call "persecution". It is evident that great rage was directed towards the Jews, and we must recognize that the Jews repeated history suggests that they are the ultimate responsibility for whatever happened to them. They can propagandize all they want about how brilliant they are, how benevolent they are, but their own history does not support it. The most repeated history in the history of the world.
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