26 September, 2009

Book Quote

Posted by Socrates in books, C. Northcote Parkinson, jew mentality, Jewish deceit, jewish spies, quotations, quotations about jews, Socrates at 2:35 pm | Permanent Link

“Carthage had been destroyed, but among the Carthaginian satellites had been the Jews, scattered westward from Palestine but of Asian origin and sympathies, potential spies and rebels, difficult to assimilate and impossible to trust. The Jew represented then, and has appeared ever since as an enemy agent behind the European lines, tolerated when the East is in retreat but thought dangerous when the movement goes the other way.” (italics mine).

— from the book “East and West” (New York; Mentor Books, 1965) by historian C. Northcote Parkinson, p. 104

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  7. 27 Responses to “Book Quote”

    1. Shyl0ck Says:

      That reminds me of this quote from US Army War College Instructor Alan Sabrosky:

      Road to 9/11 & Beyons

      AIPAC and company are riding a tiger in America, and if they ever slip, the resulting convulsion will be catastrophic for them and for Israel. The open unfolding of the 9/11 tragedy and its ensuing wars that is now occurring can be that slip.

      The human cost to America to date is some 60,000 people, military and civilian, killed or wounded on 9/11 and in Iraq and Afghanistan together, with more to come once we go to war with Iran (or get dragged into it following an Israeli attack on Iran). Much of the deliberately misdirected rage that followed 9/11 has given way to endurance and grief.

      But grief is a close cousin to rage, and an enraged America is not pretty, as anyone familiar with our history can appreciate. Americans are often deceptive without meaning to be. To much of the world, they often come across as naive, bumbling innocents in the world of global politics. And on a day-to-day basis, there is much truth to that.

      But an enraged America is a very different character. You have only to look at what happened in World War II to German and Japanese cities, towns and villages, where America slaughtered literally millions of German and Japanese civilians — most of them women and children — knew it was doing it, and cared nothing at all. The goal was to crush, and restraint was not a word used much at all.

      If these Americans and those like them ever fully understand just how much of their suffering—and the suffering we have inflicted on others—lies at the doorstep of Israel and its advocates in America, they will sweep aside those in politics, the Press and the pulpits alike whose lies and disloyalty brought this about and concealed it from them. They may well leave Israel looking like Carthage after the Romans finished with it. It will be Israel’s own great fault.

      Dr Alan Sabrosky (University of Michigan) is a US Marine Corps veteran and a graduate of the US Army War College. He can be contacted at [email protected]

    2. Tim McGreen Says:

      That Jew Sabrovsky was in the Marine Corps? He was probably a specialist in torturing Arab prisoners and sending military secrets to Israel. Kike.

    3. lawrence dennis Says:

      C. N. Parkinson was a man of extraordinary insight into the foibles of human behavior in the modern age. Fraudulent sociologists like jews Theodor Adorno, Paul Goodman, and Ashley Montagu (real name Israel Ehrenberg) were trumpeted for their “keen understanding” in the jew-owned and jew-edited media, while Mr. Parkinson was largely ignored, except for his humorous “Parkinson’s Law.”

    4. zoomcopter Says:

      “impossible to trust”

      The commanding general of the USAF is Jewish.

    5. N.B. Forrest Says:

      Perhaps Sabrovsky is so candid because he wishes to his own date with the Rope.

    6. Joe McGee Says:

      Fantastic job you do on the Front Page, Socrates, keep up the good work!

    7. old dutch Says:

      …”but among the Carthaginian satellites had been the Jews”, I would be interested in seeing the details & cites behind that assertion.

      It would be interesting if you Parkinson did build a case for an ancient Mediterranean temple cult to have been allied with Carthage.

    8. N.B. Forrest Says:

      “Perhaps Sabrovsky is so candid because he wishes to AVOID his own date with the Rope.”

    9. Hoff Says:


    10. Tim McGreen Says:

      I forgot about the Jews in Carthage. I know that the conquests of Alexander brought the Jews into Mediterranean Europe around the same time. No sooner does Western Civilization start taking off than it’s already being infested with the Semitic aliens who will eventually destroy it.

    11. CW-2 Says:

      Cato the Elder was conscious of ‘fraus Punica’ when he repeatedly addressed the Roman Senate with “delenda est Carthago”. Although Scipio Africanus’ victory at Zama 50 years earlier had stopped Carthagian expansion, Cato was concerned with the lingering threat posed by Carthage and also by the Punic practice of infanticide. A practice which the vigorous and virile Roman Republic held in great horror.
      The Punic Wars, the first head on clash of Aryan and Semite.

    12. Tim McGreen Says:

      CW-2, weren’t the Carthaginians an offshoot of the Phoenicians? Were the Phoneicians a Semitic people? I understand the modern-day Lebonese are descended from them. If so, then they must have been Semites.

      Why did the Carthaginians practice infanticide? Did they kill the baby if it was deformed or if it wasn’t the husband’s child? I think the Greeks and the Romans did the same thing, no? Or did they just give the baby away to someone willing to raise it?

    13. Tim McGreen Says:

      No, the Greeks and Romans did not sacrifice their infants in bizarre religious rituals like the Semites did, but they did abandon unwanted babies on the side of a hill or by a road, where they were at the mercy of the elements, passersby or the Gods.

    14. zoomcopter Says:

      The Spartans left deformed infants to die. They were pretty hardcore, but had they not been, we might be speaking Persian, now.

    15. CW-2 Says:

      Tim, you beat me to the reply, but you are correct. The Spartans, and Romans too, abandoned sickly or deformed infants to the elements. But the Carthaginians killed healthy children, this was described by the ancient authors but was not totally believed until recently confirmed by the archeological discovery of hundreds of amphorae containing charred infant bones. Scary stuff.

      The modern Lebanese are mostly of Byzantine and Arab strains.

    16. Krystian Kowalczyk Says:

      RE: Phoenicians

      Sorry to use Wikipedia, as I know it is jewish, but here:


      Various Canaanite sites have been excavated by archaeologists. Canaanites spoke Canaanite languages, closely related to other West Semitic languages.

      The first of many Canaanites who emigrated seaward finally settled in Carthage, and St. Augustine adds that the country people near Hippo, presumably Punic in origin, still called themselves Chanani in his day.

    17. Krystian Kowalczyk Says:

      FAEM’s Maguire once said that Carthage was an ancient version of ZOG. Sounds like it with all of its insalubrious, vile and alien practices.

    18. Adam Says:

      CW-2 Says:

      the Carthaginians killed healthy children, this was described by the ancient authors but was not totally believed until recently confirmed by the archeological discovery of hundreds of amphorae containing charred infant bones. Scary stuff.

      The Carthaginians were evidently a particularly vicious strain of Semite, a kind of proto-Jew. They were notoriously greedy and sharp in their business practices, bloodthirsty and fanatic in their religiousity, and completely unconcerned with the welfare of the peoples they ruled over, whom they tyrannized with renowned cruelty.

      By some accounts, after the fall of Carthage in the Punic Wars, Jews later did extensive proseletyzing among them, making many converts. Perhaps DNA analysis may one day reveal a significant Carthaginian contribution to the Jewish genome. If so, that would explain a lot.

      From wiki:

      Carthage was faulted by her ancient rivals for the “harsh treatment of her subjects” as well as for “greed and cruelty”.[88] Her Libyan Berber sharecroppers, for example, were required to pay one-half of their crops as tribute to the city-state during the emergency of the First Punic War. The normal exaction taken by Carthage was likely “an extremely burdensome” one-quarter.[82] Carthage once famously attempted to short its Libyan and foreign soldiers, leading to the Mercenary revolt (240-237).[89][90] Also the city-state seemed to reward those leaders known to deal ruthlessly with its subjects. Hence the frequent Berber insurrections. Moderns fault Carthage for failure “to bind her subjects to herself, as Rome did” her Italians. Yet Rome and the Italians held far more in common than did Carthage and the Berbers. Nonetheless, a modern criticism tells us that the Carthaginians “did themselves a disservice” by failing to promote the common quality of “life in a properly organized city” particularly with regard to the Berbers.[91][92]


      “The Carthaginians were notorious in antiquity for the intensity of their religious beliefs.”[136] “Besides their reputation as merchants, the Carthaginians were known in the ancient world for their superstition and intense religiousity. They imagined themselves living in a world inhabited by supernatural powers which were mostly malevolent. For protection they carried amulets of various origins and had them buried with them when they died.”[137]


      “In Semitic religion El, the father of the gods, had gradually been shorn of his power by his sons and relegated to a remote part of his heavenly home; in Carthage, on the other hand, he became, once more, the head of the pantheon, under the enigmatic title of Ba’al Hammon.”[148]

      Tophet funerary stelae, showing (below moon and sun) a symbol of Tanit, queen goddess of Carthage.

      Prayers of individual Carthaginians were often addressed to Baal Hammon. Yet this deity was recipient of the very troubling practice of child sacrifice.[149][150][151] Diodorus (late first century B.C.E.) wrote that when Agathocles had attacked Carthage (in 310) several hundred children of leading families were sacrificed to regain the god’s favor.[152] Modernly, the French novelist Gustave Flaubert’s 1862 work Salammbô graphically featured this god as accepting such sacrifice.[153]

    19. abc Says:

      There have been human sacrifices in Aryan tribes too, have no illusion.

    20. Adam Says:

      abc Says:

      There have been human sacrifices in Aryan tribes too, have no illusion.

      None within historical memory, however. His genetic difference from non-whites led the Aryan early on to abandon superstition in favor of technique based on evidence and reason. The Aryan development of science and the scientific method thus amounted to a renunciation of belief in supernatural causes such as a God or gods, and was a necessary precondition for global technological civilization.

    21. Tim McGreen Says:

      If only Western Man would renounce his irrational belief in gods and devils. Then we could make some real progress as a race.

    22. Adam Says:

      Tim McGreen Says:

      If only Western Man would renounce his irrational belief in gods and devils. Then we could make some real progress as a race.

      The cultural anachronism of Christianity in the West should not be confused with true belief in God or gods. Not even the Christians sincerely believe such superstitious nonsense anymore. When a Christian’s car breaks down, for example, he doesn’t pray to Jesus to fix it, as an irrational savage would do. Still less does he sacrifice a child to try to beg favor with God or gods to fix it, like a Carthaginian might have done. Instead, he takes it to a mechanic, thus showing that he, too, recognizes technique, based on science, as the only true god.

    23. Tim McGreen Says:

      No, Western Man certainly is not mired in superstition like the Congoids and Mestizoids are. Yet he still cannot completely divorce himself from those hateful concepts of Salvation, Chosen People-ism and Faith. Those hobgoblins are always lurking on the periphery of his conciousness, staying his hand, causing him needless hesitation, filling him with guilt and fear. But as you say, Science, aka, Reason, aka, Truth, is the only real god. And unlike the vengeful Semitic gods, we need not fear the real Holy Trinity.

    24. Tom McReen Says:

      From Carthage to Jahn’s monotonous Christian-bashing (again). Quite the thread.

    25. New America Says:

      in reply to Tom McReen:

      you wrote:

      From Carthage to Jahn’s monotonous Christian-bashing (again). Quite the thread.

      in reply:
      It is remarkable how often VNN posters will find some way to attack Christianity in their posts, regardless of the relevancy to the topic of the post.

      I believe there is a reason for this.

      Peter Shank noted how often so-called “White Nationalists” attack Christianity, and, in doing so, do the work of the Jews.

      Remember, of all religions, the Jews only fear Christianity, and do so at all possible opportunities.

      What is it about Christianity that the Jews fear so much?

      Further, how do we ever expect to be effective at organizing anything larger than, say, a baseball team, when those who claim to be us deliberately, and gratuitously, attack Christianity, and, in doing so, remove any credibility we – and our beliefs – may have in an organization?

      Speaking of organization, it is useful to look at the past, yet far more productive to look at what kind of Future we week for our Posterity.

      Our own Nation, centered in the Northwest, seems like an excellent idea.

      Once again, for the newbs:

      Harold Covington.

      Northwest Republic.

      Northwest Quarter series of books about the above, starting with “A Distant Thunder”

      To quote Starship Captain Christopher Pike:

      “I expect you to do better.”

      VNN’s Curt O’Brian: You DO know the goal is to have white men hunted and destroyed while giving blond white women away as trophies?

    26. New America Says:

      My bad!

      The EXACT quote from Starship Captain Christopher Pike is:

      “I DARE YOU to do better.”

      Becoming part of the Living Foundation of a new nation, dedicated to the White Race, certainly looks like an excellent start.

      Harold Covington, understanding the past, looking to The Future, has done the heavy lifting for us.

      He has also removed all of our excuses; explanations, no, because we are so damn good that THAT, but excuses, yes.

      If everyone who gratuitously attacked the Christianity, the Living Foundation of Western Civilization, sent twenty dollars to Linder each and every month – address at the top right of your screen – we’d be making headway.

      And wouldn’t THAT be a welcome change!

      VNN’s Curt O’Brian: You DO know the goal is to have white men hunted and destroyed while giving blond white women away as trophies?

    27. Tom McReen Says:

      “It is remarkable how often VNN posters will find some way to attack Christianity in their posts, regardless of the relevancy to the topic of the post.”

      That’s exactly the point I’ve been trying to get across. Nothing to do with WNs’ personal pro or anti Christian beliefs, per se.