“BARBARIAN (Gr. βάρβαρος, the name among the early Greeks for all foreigners. The word is probably onomatopoetic, designed to represent the uncouth babbling [the “bar bar” sound]  of which languages other than their own appeared to the Greeks to consist.

Even the Romans were included in the term. The word soon assumed an evil meaning, becoming associated with the vices and savage natures of which they believed their enemies to be possessed. The Romans adopted the word for all peoples other than those under Graeco-Roman influence and domination.

It has long become synonymous with a general lack of civilization.”

1911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 3




“[In his Pro Flacco], Cicero uses an important phrase to describe the Jewish religion: barbara superstitio. This phrase does not translate into “barbarian superstition” as easily as you might think …. the phrase barbara superstitio, when attached to the Jewish religion, renders both the faith and its followers unpatriotic, sacrilegious, backward, and alien …

Cicero’s anti-Jewish views … were unusual for Romans at first … A century later, when Rome besieged Judea, the seeds Cicero planted flourished into a full, and poisonous, propaganda campaign …

Tacitus [writing at the time of the Jewish Revolt in 70 AD], doesn’t just demonize the Jews for rejecting Roman religion; . . . his screed against the Jewish people resounds with some painfully familiar anti-Semitic stereotypes: Jews are wealthy; … Jews are cliquish and perverse; … Jews are out-breeding “real” Romans; … Jews practice sacrilegious rituals …

The mythology he creates around the Jewish people paints them as perpetual corrupters, luring people away from their religions, their families, and their patriotic duties on purpose, as though Jews had a singular devotion to destroying all civilizations but their own.”

 Pseudonymous “Dr. Dark Age” The Ancient Roman Writers Who Laid the Foundations of Anti-Semitism



“It would be Roman writers, and the Roman state, who fused anti-Jewish sentiments into a unified political doctrine. That very doctrine has undergirded the long-lasting entanglement of ethnic and religious hatred that is central to modern-day anti-Jewish prejudice.

Our records begin with Cicero. Known as one of Rome’s greatest orators, lawyers, and writers, Cicero is also considered one of the founding fathers of anti-Jewish rhetoric. This is thanks to his writing in Pro Flacco, a legal defense of one of his clients.

While defending L. Valerius Flaccus, who was governor of Asia, from charges of corruption and embezzlement, Cicero attacks the Jews. He blames them for conspiracies against his client and demeans Jewish religious customs as:

“very much at variance with the splendor of this empire and the dignity of our name and the institutions of our ancestors.”

He also suggests that despite Jewish resistance to the Roman conquest of Jerusalem,

“the gods showed how little they cared for this people, suffering it to be conquered and made a tributary.”

Cicero’s insults against Jews, which represent a minor portion of a long speech, had rather cynical motivation: one of the charges against Flaccus was that he had diverted the tributes that Jews sent to the Temple in Jerusalem into his own coffers.

The alleged ‘misbehavior’ of the Jews under Flaccus’s governance was likely resistance to his criminal activities. But the Jews, as they so often would throughout history, served as a convenient scapegoat.”

Race, Racism and the Middle Ages: Anti-Semitism Is Older Than You Think, Amy S Kaufman May 23, 2017



“[Isaac] Newton’s third law states that when two bodies interact, they apply forces to one another that are equal in magnitude and opposite in direction. The third law is also known as the law of action and reaction: [for every action, there is a reaction.]”

Newton’s third law: the law of action and reaction








Modern attempts to rationalise the natural reaction to “The Jews'” dark machinations (a consequence of their ancient enmity and rancour for greater humanity, and especially the White Race) rely on six logical fallacies:

  • “The Jews” are history’s eternal, innocent victims, especially victim of the White Christian Race‘s enmity, especially by calling them, and unjustly, “Christ killers”: “The Jews” as eternally “good,” and the “Whites” forever “bad” argument.
  • Anti-Jewish discrimination, “Antisemitism,” is irrational, tantamount to a mental disease.
  • “Antisemitism’s” roots are in ancient history, which “hateful,” ‘intolerant,” “unenlightened,” and the “un-Woke” Ancient Roman’s planted; “seeds Cicero planted [that] flourished into a full, and poisonous, propaganda campaign” … and is, to “The Jews'” satisfaction at least, “The Longest Hatred.”
  • “Antisemitism” has no correlation with “the Jews'” subversive activities, behaviour, ambitions and greed: Newton’s Third Law does not apply to “The Jews.”
  • “The Jews” are the “Apple of God’s eye,” “God’s Chosen People,” are a transcendent category of being, and so are above, among a great deal of other things, the universal law of action and reaction: for every action – “Jewish machinations” – there is a reaction – “anti-Semitism,” is, to “The Jews” mere correlation not cause, and “poisonous, propaganda” disseminated by “mentally ill” people called “anti-Semites.”
  • That “The Jews” have been expelled from hundreds of towns, and cities, and at least 100 nations if not mere coincidence, then, is a salient example of the White Christian Race‘s ancient enmity, and the “anti-Semitism” mental disease: “The Jews” being innocent victims of “anti-Semitism” time and time again.




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Cicero two-thousand years ago warned of the dangers of traitors within the gates … the enemy within … an unseen enemy, so devastating he likened it to a plague. His warning was about fellow Roman’s treachery and treason. Betrayal of a nation, of a tribe, of a race, by a son of the tribe; in other words, a kith and kin traitor.

He also warned of the enemy once without that was allowed to enter the gate, and established itself and had accrued power, and became a powerful enemy within. This is the alien enemy, the barbarian, that had been ushered through the gate as welcome friends, but had brought his simmering hatred, and vengeance with him.

Cicero understood this when he saw what “The Jews” were doing in the Roman Empire: what the Herrodian Edomite Jews, NOT the Judahites, were about. His his defence speech ‘Pro Flacco’ shows his understanding of the problem. Wise counsel and sage advice such that modern Jewish apologists condemn Cicero as one of the “founding fathers of anti-Jewish rhetoric” because of it.

Cicero, in his defence speech for Lucius Valerius Flaccus, has the honour to have written one of the most quoted passages in the history of “anti-Judaism” and “anti-Semitism.”

“And as for the miserable tax collectors, (miserable man that I also am, when I see the miseries and suffering of those men who have deserved so well at my hands), he [Gabinus] handed them over as slaves to the Jews: themselves born for slavery.

He laid down as a rule from the very beginning, and he persevered in it, never to decide an action in favour a tax collector. He rescinded contracts that been made justly and he took away all the garrisons established for the their protection.

He released many people required to pay tributes and taxes from such payments at whatever town he was living in or whatever town he arrived at and he forbade any tax collectors or they representatives to remain. Why need I enlarge on this?

He would be considered a cruel man if he had shown such a disposition to our enemies, as he has shown towards Roman citizens. Especially towards those of the class which has hitherto always been maintained by its own dignity and the goodwill of the magistrates.”


Flaccus, the governor of Asia Minor, faced charges of corruption and embezzlement, and a specific charge was that he had prevented “The Jews” of his province sending the tribute due to the Second Temple in Jerusalem, and diverted that money instead into his own treasury.

The doggedly honest Flaccus had refused to comply with “The Jews'” demands regarding shipments of gold to Jerusalem, and was hauled into court on false charges to make an example of him so that no other Roman officials would risk offending “The Jews.”

Fear, often in the form of intimidation, and public humiliation, is the principal device “The Jews” use to subdue and restrain opposition. “The Jews” used the same techniques in undermining and influencing public officials in the ancient Roman Empire; the honest Flaccus, for example.

Cicero’s oration Pro Flacco attacked “The Jews” for two reasons:

  • as pure invective and rhetoric to persuade the Senate of his client’s innocence
  • to argue the not so obvious: that “the Jews” had become a powerful, largely unnoticed enemy within; the “Hidden Hand” behind events that threaten the state religion, good government, civic order and the public morals


Cicero’s understanding of the Jewish Problem and his public exposure of it brought upon him “The Jews'” uncompromising condemnation. Calling him one of the “founding fathers of anti-Jewish rhetoric,” and one of history’s first “anti-Semites.” Moreover, that Cicero, along with Christianity, are the cause of “The Longest Hatred.” 

Yet, if the wise Cicero was alive today, and because of his opposition to, and exposure of, “The Jews,” and called an “anti-Semite” he would surly smile and say:

“‘Anti-Semitism‘ that is a Jewish trick! A word-weapon you always use to stifle honest criticism of The Jews and all their works.”




Ammianus Marcellinus (c.325 – c.391) was the last Roman historian of importance, a Greek born in Antioch, a pagan, and a legionnaire of rank, fighting against the growing threat of the Barbarian hordes, which were increasingly pressuring the Empire.

“Eventually he settled in Rome, where, at an advanced age, he wrote (in Latin) a history of the Roman empire from the accession of Nerva to the death of Valens (96 – 378 AD), thus forming a continuation of the work of Tacitus.

This history was originally in thirty-one books; of these the first thirteen are lost, the eighteen which remain cover the period from 353 to 378. As a whole it is extremely valuable, being a clear, comprehensive and impartial account of events by a contemporary of soldierly honesty, independent judgment and wide reading.

“Ammianus is an accurate and faithful guide, who composed the history of his own times without indulging the prejudices and passions which usually affect the mind of a contemporary” [Edmund Gibbon].

Although Ammianus was no doubt a heathen, his attitude towards Christianity is that of a man of the world, free from prejudices in favour of any form of belief. If anything he himself inclined to neo-Platonism …

It is a striking fact that Ammianus, though a professional soldier, gives excellent pictures of social and economic problems, and in his attitude to the non-Roman peoples of the empire he is far more broad-minded than writers like Livy and Tacitus; his digressions on the various countries he had visited are peculiarly interesting.

In his description of the empire -the exhaustion produced by excessive taxation, the financial ruin of the middle classes, the progressive decline in the morale of the army- we find the explanation of its fall before the Goths twenty years after his death.”

Ammianus Marcellinus, 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volum1


Ammianus described the Huns (a member of a nomadic people who invaded Europe in the 4th century) at the time of their arrival into Europe in AD 376 as a savage, bestial people that:

“… live beyond the Sea of Azov, on the border of the Frozen Ocean [modern Southern Russia] ….

The cheeks of their infant children are deeply marked by an iron … and accordingly they grow up without beards, and consequently without any beauty… though they all have closely knit and strong limbs and plump necks; they are of great size, and bow-legged…

[They] are so hardy that they neither require fire nor well-flavoured food, but live on the roots of herbs as they get in the fields, or the half-raw flesh of any animal, which they warm by placing it between their own thighs and the back of their horses …

[They are nomads and never remain in an area or farm, but] wander about, roaming over the mountains and the woods … ”

[They wear linen and fur clothing, and their round fur caps] until they became rags. They lack skills in fighting on foot but that they are very good horsemen and that they spend much of their own time on horses outside of the battle field.

Because of their skill on horse they are able to move rapidly but must avoid enemy fortifications.”

Ammianus describes the Huns as unreliable and that they act like beasts, brutally attack whenever the opportunity arises; and the “indomitable race” of the Huns slaughtered all of the nations that surrounded them.

Ammianus’ apparent first hand account of the Hun as the personification of bestial savagery has endured such that the word “Hun” is synonymous with “savage,” and their behaviour as “barbarism.”

An awful reputation such that legends arose attempting to explain the Huns’ terrible character:

” … the race of the Huns, fiercer than ferocity itself, flamed forth against the Goths. We learn from old traditions that their origin was as follows: Filimer, king of the Goths, son of Gadaric the Great, who was the fifth in succession to hold the rule of the Getae after their departure from the island of Scandza, and who, as we have said, entered the land of Scythia with his tribe,–found among his people certain witches, whom he called in his native tongue Haliurunnae.

Suspecting these women, he expelled them from the midst of his race and compelled them to wander in solitary exile afar from his army.

There the unclean spirits, who beheld them as they wandered through the wilderness, bestowed their embraces upon them and begat this savage race, which dwelt at first in the swamps,–a stunted, foul and puny tribe, scarcely human, and having no language save one which bore but slight resemblance to human speech.

Such was the descent of the Huns who came to the country of the Goths.”

Sixth-century historian Jordanes’ The Origin and Deeds of the Goths, translated by Charles C Mierow.


Ammianus died before the most famous of all the Huns was born, Attila, whom the Christian Romans called Flagellum Dei (“Scourge of God”), because of the mass death and destruction that followed in his wake.

His wars with other barbarian tribes made him virtually supreme in central Europe, his kingdom comprising the countries which are now called Hungary and Romanian, with his capital near the modern city of Budapest; and for nearly twenty years ruled without a rival from the Caspian to the Rhine.

In 452 AD Attila began to ravage and conquer Italy. He utterly destroyed Aquileia, the chief city of Venetia, and then proceeded on his destructive course, capturing and burning the cities at the head of the Adriatic, Concordia, Altinum and Patavium (Padua): refugees from these cities, seeking shelter in the lagoons of the Adriatic, laid the foundations of the future city of Venice.

Attila moved down Italy plundering and desecrating as he went until Pope Leo I., at the head of a deputation of Roman senators, appeared in his camp on the banks of the Mincio, entreating him not to go through the gates of Rome. Attila yielded to their entreaties and consented to go north, and cross the Alps.

The Huns’ emergence in southeastern Europe in the late 4th century forced Germanic tribes [“Barbarians”] in that area to migrate west resulting in clashes with the Romans.

In 378 the Goths not only defeated a large Roman army in a battle near Adrianople, but their use of heavy horse cavalry (barbarian horsemen) to overwhelm the ancient world’s most efficient military machine (Roman infantry) marked the beginning of two world historic events:

  • Serious Germanic inroads into Roman territory
  • Heavy Horse Cavalry as the battlefield’s most potent force


While Emperor Theodosius I was able to stem the Germanic tide, it was only temporary, and after his death in 395, the Roman Empire was divided between emperors of the East and West.

In 406 AD when the unwashed Germanic hordes of Vandals, Alans, and Suebi crossed the frozen Rhine River in their flight from the Huns it changed Europe forever; penetrating the empire as far as Spain. And when Alaric, king of the Visigoths, sacked Rome in 410, it signalled the beginning of the end of the Western Empire.


Ammianus’ histories give “excellent pictures of social and economic problems, and in his attitude to the non-Roman peoples of the empire,” which anticipated Rome’s ultimate destruction. Moreover, predicted the savagery and threat the barbaric Huns, the Barbarian among barbarians, posed to Civilisation and Ordered Society.

Ammianus’ histories painted a picture of a civilisation in terminal decline, and thinking men of the time knew it: knew that “their world was finished.”

“As our story opens at the beginning of the fifth century, no one could foresee the coming collapse. But to reasonable men in the second half of the century, the end was no longer in doubt: their world was finished …

the changing character of the native population, brought about through unremarked pressures on porous borders; the creation of an increasingly unwieldy and rigid bureaucracy, whose own survival becomes its overriding goal; the despising of the military and the avoidance of its service by established families, while its offices present unprecedented opportunity for marginal men to whom its ranks had once been closed; the lip service paid to values long dead; the pretense that we still are what we once were; the increasing concentrations of the populace into richer and poorer by way of a corrupt tax system, and the desperation that inevitably follows; the aggrandizement of executive power at the expense of the legislature; ineffectual legislation promulgated with great show. …”

Thomas Cahill How the Irish Saved Civilization (1995)


Ammianus’ histories describe Ancient Rome’s slow-motion fall, which could be taken from any honest modern analysis of Western culture, describing the slow-motion decay of White Christian Civilisation into today’s Corrupt Liberal Democracies. The decay of High Culture and Civilisation caused by internal and external enemies.

Beleaguered Rome had both internal and external threats: an internal cultural corruption problem and an barbarian problem.

Beleaguered White Christian Civilisation has both internal and external threats: an internal cultural corruption problem and a barbarian problem.

While the internal corruption problem besetting both are the same, the barbarian problem is different. Rome’s barbarian problem was easily identified, White Christian Civilisation‘s is not.

The Roman’s easily identified their barbarian enemies by their vices, savage natures, and strange tongues: uncouth, unwashed, and external, and outside the city gate.

The White Race‘s barbarian enemies come in a very different guise. Not as wild, savage, berserkers, speaking strange tongues, dressed in bearskins and loin-cloths, laying waste cities: not as ravening wolves, but wolves in sheep clothing.

Today’s barbarians are dressed in tailor-made, single-breasted suits, designer silk shirts, and hand-made leather brogue shoes; in blue denim jeans, and T-shirts, and speak in European languages, especially English.

And even more disturbing, unlike those that threatened Ancient Rome, the White Race‘s barbarian enemies are within the city gate.


The White Race‘s barbarian enemies are the “false prophets” of Atheism, Darwinism, and Marxism; and, the “false teachers,” the modern “Scribes and Pharisees,” of Cultural Marxism: who teach their false doctrines, the commandments of men.

Doctrines and dogmas, however plausible they might appear, which are repugnant to the Word of God, and destructive to the souls of men, and inimical to Ordered Society.

“Beware of false prophets, which come to you in sheep’s clothing, but inwardly they are ravening wolves. Ye shall know them by their fruits. Do men gather grapes of thorns, or figs of thistles?

Even so every good tree bringeth forth good fruit; but a corrupt tree bringeth forth evil fruit.”

Matt. 7:15 – 17


Cultural Marxism is a particularly insidious form of barbarism. Its destruction not immediate, but slow, and inexorable. Its corrosive effects needing time to eat away at a culture’s folk-soul, and a people’s racial soul.

Cultural Marxismis the “Jewish genius” refined, its apotheosis; “The Jews'” Christophobia fashioned into a Rainbow Death Cult, which is bringing White Christian Civilisation into ruin.

Cultural Marxists, the barbarians within the gate, hacking away at White Christian Culture‘s very roots, bringing the greatest civilisation in history into ruin, are verily … Flagellum Dei … the:


“Scourge of God”


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