07/06/2018 (Fri) 20:49:08
I'm not dating kike terrorism only to the creation of Israel, and I agree where you're coming from. Israel is still a blight on the earth. Any formal education about jews' violence against the Roman Empire is explained with the lie "they persecuted poor innocent jews", when in actuality the kikes tried to subvert and slaughter Romans. This is a history lesson I've been wanting to bring up, but never really had a reason until you mentioned it. Yes, knowledge of this is very necessary in order to understand how long kikes have been troublesome parasites.
(Yosef ben Matityahu) falsely known as Titus Flavius Josephus's "Antiquities of the Jews" was a whining account of kikes betraying their own and an early example of how jews play at victimhood.
Hebes were expelled from Italy in 19AD for converting Roman women to Judaism and prostituting them. Not only that, gold and purple tapestry was requested to be for their synagogues, yet the kikes misappropriated these for their own gains. Religious deception for greed. Then there were the Zealots (kike extremist terrorists) in Caligula's time who started riots because they wanted equal rights in the Empire, but did not want to submit to the Roman emperor, declared themselves exempt from sacrificing to Roman gods, nor agreed to pay provincial taxes. Demands that Caligula's statue was to be erected were refused, thus Greeks entered the jewish quarter and set up statues of Caligula in every synagogue in a move to display their (Greeks') loyalty to Roman rule as well as retaliation for what jews did to Greek children. They kidnapped them to sacrifice. Apion, head of Alexandria's great library, clearly an intellectual, was aware of jewish treachery as he headed a delegation of Alexandrians to complain to Roman emperor Caligula that jews hated mankind. Chrestus was one such jewish radical extremist leader whom many confuse with "Christ" due to the name's similarity, who incited jews to riot under emperor Claudius. His letter to the Alexandrians (41AD) ensured rights for jews and to have their religious freedoms as long as they followed a strict non-entry of more jews into the Empire nor instigated more riots. The parasites did not follow those rules that very year, which led to their expulsion from Rome 41-54AD. Under Emperor Nero, there was the first jewish-Roman war (starting 66AD) as kikes rebelled against the Roman empire. Hebes were protesting, thinking themselves exempt from taxation, and attacking Roman citizens along the way. As jews believed themselves too superior to pay taxes, Roman Procurator Gessius Florus took the treasury funds from their temple. Kikes responded by passing around baskets for money because "Florus must be poor", greedily taking it for themselves. Retaliation was in the form of raiding Jerusalem and executing their leaders. Cestius Gallus, the Syrian legate, entered with his army to restore order but did was ambushed and slaughtered by jewish rebels at the Beth Horon pass. The Gaulish (Celtic) rebellion succeeded under Galba, causing Emperor Nero to commit suicide to escape punishment, then the former was cut down by Otho's rebels. Otho stabbed himself in the heart, believing his war against Vitellius was ill-fated. Vitellius was then killed, as many supported the eastern Emperor Vespasianus (the one who ordered Jerusalem besieged). The reason jews were not as successful as they were previously was due to their own civil war. All kike rebel groups, the Sicarri, Zealots and Idumeans were fighting each other. Romans under Vespasian re-took control of Judea. His son Titus captured Jerusalem in 70AD and destroyed the second temple, while Ves ordered jews to be hunted for their treacheries. The Colosseum was able to be constructed from the vast funds taken from the temple of money hoarding kikes. Titus was nearly subverted by the jewess Berenice of Cilicia (daughter to King Herod of Agrippa), sending her away due to criticism by the Cynics. His final words before his death: "I have made but one mistake."
I might continue to expand on this later.