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We're all well aware of the aspects of the jewish question that involve over-representation in places of power in society, but I think it is also interesting to look into the jewish question from a historical perspective to see the privileges that the jews had since nearly the beginning of recorded history, so in contrast to the narratives of oppression peddled to us today.

From time immemorial this particularistic race has kept among themselves, seeing themselves as "chosen" with double-standards in morality. Through their natural drive to trade and usury, they have spread far and wide to port cities and trading post, growing rich through trade, interest and theft. With their newly found the wealth the jews become useful to European governments, using their influence to extract privileges from the kings such as tax exemptions, the ability to lend money at interest and even military protection. In the city of Tudela in Navarre the jews were housed by the king in a fortress to protect them from the enraged goyim (see pic).

Anyways, this thread will discuss jewry mostly from a historical perspective. Feel free to contribute and recommend either videos, works or infographs that go into good detail on these matters.


This is the best video I have seen on the matter. Great showcase of relevant raw data. Everybody must see.


"If affirmitive action is framed as harmful to whites, the Jewish support for it increases"


The problem with that video is that it looks at the jews exclusively as a persecuted minority (which only applied to the peasantry, with certain royal exceptions like Edward I), and ignores their history before and after 600 AD. For instance, jews in France/Gaul were already intermarrying with the Frankish nobility after said expulsion of the jews by Dagobert I (which only applied to Austrasia, not all of Gaul). "Ebalus the Mamzer" the duke of Aquitane for example was called a mamzer as he was half-jewish, same with William the Conqueror (also called a mamzer). Charlemagne had jews in his extended family that ruled a kingdom in Septimania after he expelled the Visigoths from there (later on, the remnants of these Visigoths were called "Cagots" literally meaning "Gothic dog"), jews also established kingdoms in Persian Mesopotamia before that. Even Charles Martel was said to be "illegitimate" which could be code for mamzer. Their influence in royal courts as moneylenders also dates back to Alexandria under the Julio-Claudians, and it's highly likely they married into the older Hellenistic/Roman aristocracies the same way. More detail here: https://archive.li/0FdXA
Also, Ryan Faulk/"AltHype" is an open homosexual and also 1/16th negroid who even sympathised with civic nationalism for a while, after he made that video. I wouldn't legitimise him either way.


Thank you for your info. I understand that Jews received a lot of protection from medieval kings, because they were able to deal with money very well. Is it possible that the jewish nobility has been pogromed less often than the rest of them because of these proviledges?


>Is it possible that the jewish nobility has been pogromed less often than the rest of them because of these proviledges?
In a way, yes; they were called Schutzjuden. This was perhaps the case when taking into account the jewish expulsions, and how they often repeated themselves (seeing as jews were expelled 5 times in 14th century France alone, yet still never really left the country completely).
Essentially, the "Alabarchs" of Alexandria were jewish, and they had a huge influence in the financial status of the city; this idea then spread throughout the Roman empire, and eventually after the church took over, they were the only group able to charge interest, because the church banned usury, and the jews were only allowed to do so to goyim, thus the jews were allowed to do so at will as court jews; later on jews also intermediated between Christians and Muslims, hence why the Radhanites dominated trade in both the Silk Road, and the Indian ocean routes, from Spain/France to China. It's likely the jews already mixed with the Hellenistic/Roman aristocracy and also the Persian nobility (Shapur II), but Charlemagne, Ebalus the Mamzer, William the conqueror etc. all seal the case of jewish nobility.


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Does this hold any weight?
Other sources alleging Calvin's jewishness:
Phillip II, by William Thomas Walsh, p. 248: 'The origin of Calvin'
Lucien Wolf, in Transactions, Jewish Historical Society of England, Vol. XI, p. 8
Goris, Les Colonies Marchandes Meridionales à Anvers; Lea, History of the Inquisition of Spain, III, 413
(Lucien Wolf was jewish, I cannot determine if J.A. Goris is or isn't)


>bnai brith
This reference seems suspicious, as it's trying to make it as if the jews were on a grand conspiracy against the church, which is of course not the case.
From what I can tell, William Thomas Walsh and J.A. Goris were Catholic historians (however, during WWII, Goris left the church) documenting the inquisition as well as the reformation, the former from Connecticut, whereas this J.A. Goris seems to be a Flemish man named Jan Albert Goris (I presume he wrote in French as that was the academic language in Belgium). Apparently in the 1970s he was later given awards in literature, and was later knighted to a Baron. Take from that what you will.
Calvin did look very swarthy for a northern Frenchman in some his portraits, and definitely shows an aquiline nose. His original French name was apparently "Jean Cauvin", which is connected to the French word for "bald", though it does resemble Cohen and it could be a name change to hide jewish roots; think how Irish names like "Collin" were later used to hide "Cohen", and consider that he was part of a clerical family. However, I don't see any smoking gun evidence regarding his jewishness.


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It's already known that the Moors in Spain and Morocco were notoriously pro-jewish. Before Poland and the Ottoman empire, Spain and North Africa were the "jewish paradises" of the medieval period. Jews often served as grand viziers, i.e. the advisor of the Sultan, and played a huge part in the governance of Al-Andalus.
The Radhanite trade route went through both the Frankish kingdom and Spain/North-Africa, it's very likely that they traded Slavic slaves as early as the 8th century in Spain and Italy, and most importantly, to negroids in West Africa; it was around this period and the end of Vandal rule that led to negroids migrating into North Africa and mixing with the people there, forming the mixed race seen there today. Later on, Abu Yusuf Yaqub al-Mansur enslaved 40,000 European PoWs from the Battle of Alarcos and sent them to Morocco. It can thus be assumed that jewish slave traders, whether the Radhanites or some other important jewish family sold white slaves to negroids. The same thing happened later on with the Barbary pirates (many of them were Sephardic jews) and with the Crimean Khanate (which brought in slaves from as far north as Finland).
"Bilad el-Sudan" originally referred to all of sub-Saharan Africa, including west Africa, not just the present-day country of that name. It primarily referred to west Africa, specifically Mali and Senegal; these kingdoms are noted by modern historians as proof of negroid ingenuity, though of course, they were built on slavery. There were jews involved in the slave trade as well. From Leo Africanus's "The Description of Africa", on Timbuktu.
>The king is a declared enemy of the Jews. He will not allow any to live in the city. If he hears it said that a Berber merchant frequents them or does business with them, he confiscates his goods.
This confirms that the jewish merchants of North Africa were closely tied to Berber merchants that operated in Timbuktu and thus West Africa in general, and that there were already jews in Mali in some way or form during the middle ages, this also points towards why there was a "Kingdom of Juda" in English maps of West Africa. Furthermore, the Zuwa dynasty of the contemporary Songhai empire was said to have come from Yemen in the Tarikh el-Sudan, and it's been historically speculated that they might've been Yemeni jews. Yemen used to be a jewish kingdom, and still had a very large jewish population until they mostly left for Israel in the 20th century. The Lemba people in Zimbabwe (who adhere to many jewish traditions) in northeast South Africa were also said to have come from Yemen; likely sailing south of the Swahili coast, also a slave-route for negroids coming into the middle east, and later on an independent kingdom that expanded the slave trade into the Congo (around the same time the Belgian Congo was set up). Thus, it's already alleged that the jews controlled, or at least played a huge role in the slave trades of the Silk Road, the Barbary coast, the Sahara/West Africa, and the Swahili coast. 3 out of 4 of them involved whites being enslaved.


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I recently looked at this painting, Valdemar Atterdag brandskattar Visby den 27 juli 1361, from 1882. This depicts Valdemar Atterdag (Valdemar IV of Denmark) forcefully ordering tribute from Visby, a Hanseatic town in Gotland, Sweden, Notice how there's a jewish merchant wearing a judenhut in the right, next to a child and a Teutonic knight. Now, the fact that this image depicts a jew doesn't necessarily mean there were jews in Gotland (there certainly were jews in Gotland however, just not for this reason), considering that this image was made 500 years after this event happened. Here's my question however: Why would this be added to the detail if the Baltic ports were free of jews, including jewish merchants? The painter, Carl Gustaf Hellqvist had to have been aware in some way that there were jews in the Hanseatic ports back in 1361. Of course, there were, but modern jews always try to downplay it to hide their influence, but some Israeli sites like Haaretz seem to have forgot to be sensitive about hiding their influence:
>By the 14th century, Cologne’s renewed Jewish population played an important role in the economy of this important trading center and member of the Hanseatic League. They had exclusive permission to make interest-based loans, and their clients included not only merchants but also the city itself. (Visitors to Cologne today can still see the “Judenprivileg” carved into a wall at Cologne Cathedral, the rules set down by Archbishop Engelbert II von Falkenberg regulating the Jewish role in moneylending.)
Cologne was located on the Rhine, but it was trading with the Hanseatic states in the Baltic; the jewish community of Cologne date back to 321 AD, when Constantine called them to the Decurionate.
>With certain exceptions Jews are to be called to the Decurionate.
Since the jews of Cologne actually weren't affected by the "Rhineland massacres", this would've meant that the jews of Cologne were still around when the Hanseatic league was established, and thus traded in the Baltic. However, this wasn't the beginning of jewish involvement in Scandinavia. In the 8th century (preceding Christianisation), one of the most prominent Danish cities was Hedeby near the river Trenen, now located in Schleswig, Germany. It traded with tribes in the Baltic including Prussia (which was later conquered and massacred by the Teutonic knights), the previously mentioned Gotland, and even Estonia alongside Anglo-Saxon England. Its main descriptors are Wulfstan (an Anglo-Saxon) and Ibrahim ibn Yaqub. The latter was actually a jew from Moorish Spain; Abraham ben Jacob in Hebrew. He was a traveller, and likely also either a merchant, diplomat, or even a spy (which puts to fruition the ancient equivalent of the Mossad, or jews in other agencies).
>Slesvig (Hedeby) is a very large town at the extreme end of the world ocean… The inhabitants worship Sirius, except for a minority of Christians who have a church of their own there…. He who slaughters a sacrificial animal puts up poles at the door to his courtyard and impales the animal on them, be it a piece of cattle, a ram, billy goat or a pig so that his neighbours will be aware that he is making a sacrifice in honour of his god. The town is poor in goods and riches. People eat mainly fish which exist in abundance. Babies are thrown into the sea for reasons of economy. The right to divorce belongs to the women…. Artificial eye make-up is another peculiarity; when they wear it their beauty never disappears, indeed it is enhanced in both men and women. Further: Never did I hear singing fouler than that of these people, it is a rumbling emanating from their throats, similar to that of a dog but even more bestial
He speaks in disdain of the city further into the text (calling their singing "like that of a dog but more bestial"), and is probably not the most accurate. For example, he literally states that "babies are thrown in the sea for reasons of economy". Come on, do you really believe that the people of Hedeby threw babies into the sea for "reasons of economy", in a small settlement at that? Even contemporary Christian descriptions of the Norsemen aren't as vile as what this jew describes Hedeby as: the closest thing to what Ibn Yaqub says is Ibn Fadlan's description, and even then, he at least partially compliments them. So his comments and potential lie can be seen as another example of jewish disdain for Europeans, just in the early middle ages.
Thus, here we have some more examples of jews in medieval Scandinavia.

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