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This is pertinent to the END TImes ALIGNMENT or RE-Alignment, who tries to BUY whom and who gets SOLD to whom.

I am therefore going to put in Imam Mahdi section. China is one of the BIGGEST cards in this whole game and will the chinese sell out and destroy China by the BIGGEST Back-Stabbers in the Human History, as TESTIFIED by NONE other than their VERY own,

Mr Benjamin H Freedman.

The attempts to Buy China's Communist Party by the Khazars have been Incessant and vigorous over the last decades. It takes, TRULY, a great deal of wisdom and uprightness to AVOID being sold and avoid accepting a bribe ... or if accepting money, to prevent your HEART FROM BEING SNATCHED by the Briber and Flatterer.

For the Chinese, I wish to put the following three videos and urge everyone to LISTEN to the video by Mr Benjamin H Freedman, as well as the 2000 page book, the Sale and Manufacture of Saint Einstein.

http://www.businessweek.com/news/2013-04-21/blackstone-s-schwarzman-gives-100-million-for-china-scholarship

I wonder, when the Shylock will demand his pound of flesh. The man with the greatest experience with these Khazars is none other than the Honorable Scholar and Brilliant speaker Louis Farrakhan, who these MADOFFIAN Khazars DECEITFULLY label as RACIST but he is EXPOSING THEIR racism by their own sources as in these videos.

Why doesnt the jew pay RAPARTIONS to the PALESTINIANS for their HOLOCAUST????!!!!! and blowing their babies from powdered metal bombs.

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Blackstone Group LP Chairman Stephen Schwarzman said he was endowing the program to spur a greater comprehension of China by the U.S. and other Western nations. Photographer: Simon Dawson/Bloomberg

Bloomberg News

Schwarzman Endows Rhodes-Like Scholarships in China

By Bloomberg News

April 21, 2013

Blackstone Group LP (BX) Chairman Stephen Schwarzman is giving $100 million to set up a Rhodes Scholarships-like program at China’s Tsinghua University, the alma mater of senior officials including President Xi Jinping.

An additional $200 million of donations are also being sought for the Schwarzman Scholars program, which will support 200 students annually for a one-year Master’s program at Tsinghua in Beijing, according to a statement. Li Daokui, a former academic adviser to China’s central bank, will oversee the program that will enroll students mainly from the U.S., as well as from Europe, South Korea, Japan, India and other nations, it said.

The 66-year-old Schwarzman said he was endowing the program to spur a greater comprehension of China by the U.S. and other Western nations, just as the program established by Cecil J. Rhodes at the University of Oxford facilitated understanding between the U.S. and Europe. China’s international relationships will play as great a role in the world this century as U.S.- European ties did in the 20th, he said in the statement.

“The American people, as the Chinese proverb goes, are at risk of having a ‘frog’s eye view of the world’ -- the isolated perspective of the frog at the bottom of the well,” Schwarzman said at a ceremony in Beijing announcing the donation. People in the U.S. know “next to nothing” about China, he told reporters at a separate briefing. Schwarzman has an estimated net worth of $7.3 billion, ranking him 163 on the Bloomberg Billionaires Index as of April 21.

Advisory Board

A residential building designed specifically for the program will also be built, with the first group of students slated for 2016, according to the statement. The advisory board for the Schwarzman program includes former French President Nicolas Sarkozy, former U.K. Prime Minister Tony Blair and three former U.S. Secretaries of State, Henry Kissinger, Colin Powell and Condoleezza Rice.

Former Chinese central bank adviser Li said the program’s curriculum would include taking students to “far flung” areas and the countryside to learn about the real-life experiences and thinking of average Chinese people.

Other donors to Tsinghua have included Asia’s richest man, Li Ka-shing, who funded the Future Internet Technology Center. John L. Thornton, who retired as president and co-chief operating officer of Goldman Sachs Group Inc. in 2003, provided money for the Brookings Institution’s John L. Thornton China Center, which has its headquarters in Washington and an office at Tsinghua.

The Rhodes Scholarships selects 32 Americans each year to study at the University of Oxford. The first American Rhodes Scholars entered Oxford in 1904, according to the program’s website.

To contact Bloomberg News staff for this story: Aipeng Soo in Beijing at asoo4@bloomberg.net

To contact the editor responsible for this story: John Liu at jliu42@bloomberg.net

Cecil Rhodes was the biggest Racists tool of the murderous Rothschild.

This is the TUTORIAL video that the chinese need to watch.

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All the war, all the bribes, all the espionage, by the khazars throughout the history has been to obtain things, that were un-Kosher to them. The Israeli state is un-Kosher. The social space that the khazars crave is un-Kosher, because their deeds have not made them deserve it. Even the only thing they have is ill-gotten and un-Kosher, ie money through various scams and slavery and more and endless scams, and Madoff is not the king, but one pawn level scammer. You should read Shockley and how the mediocre moorish sephardim, Gordon Moore deceived him. How they deceived everyone else and how they kept the university EE programs ignorant and misled them throughout the decades of the cold war.

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History in perspective

http://www.apfn.org/thewinds/library/khazars.html

The death of Atilla the Hun, however, precipitated the collapse of the Hunnic empire and left an Eastern European power-vacuum which the Khazars eventually filled. They then proceeded to subjugate all other surrounding tribes to the extent that, shortly after their defeat, those tribes went virtually unmentioned in subsequent historical accounts. The Khazars had just swallowed them up, historically speaking. The most difficult time they encountered in their conquests was from the Bulgars, who were "crushingly defeated" around AD 641, with a great many migrating westward toward the Danube, and as previously mentioned, eventually establishing what is now modern Bulgaria.

http://deen-al-islam.org/Spread%20of%20Islam%20and%20Timeline.htm

622 AD After enduring persecution in Mecca , Muhammad (pbuh) and his followers migrate to the nearby town of Yathrib (later to be known as Medina ), the people there accepted Islam. This marks the "hijrah" or "emigration," and the beginning of the Islamic calendar. In Medina , Muhammad (pbuh) establishes an Islamic state based on the laws revealed in the Quran and the inspired guidance coming to him from God. Eventually he begins to invite other tribes and nations to Islam.

630 AD Muhammad (pbuh) returns to Mecca with a large number of his followers. He enters the city peacefully, and eventually all its citizens accept Islam. The prophet clears the idols and images out of the Kaaba and rededicates it to the worship of God alone. This conquest of another city is unique in itself that it is the only conquest ever to have been carried wothout sheding a single drop of blood.

633 AD Muhammad (pbuh) dies after a prolonged illness. The Muslim community elects his father-in-law and close associate, Abu Bakr, as caliph, or successor.

638 AD Muslims enter the area north of Arabia, known as "Sham," including Syria , Palestine , Lebanon and Iraq .

641 AD Muslims enter Egypt and rout out the Byzantine army. Muslims consider their conquest as the liberation of subjugated people, since in most instances they were under oppressive rule.

655 AD Islam begins to spread throughout North Africa .

661 AD Imam Ali is killed, bringing to an end the rule of the four "righteous caliphs": Abu Bakr, Umar, Uthman, and Ali. This also marks the beginning of the Umayyad rule.

711 AD Muslims enter Spain in the west and India in the east. Eventually almost the entire Iberian Peninsula is under Islamic control.

732 AD Muslims are defeated at Potiers in France by Charles Martel.

750 AD The Abbasids take over rule from the Umayyads, shifting the seat of power to Baghdad .

I find it fascinating that perhaps 200years before the Holy Prophet's birth the Khazars or Atilla the Hun were swallowing up other tribes in eastern europe and Mediterranean.

And during his lifetime or shortly thereafter, they finally defeated the Bulgars.

The Prophet himself proclaimed in his lifetime that Gog and Magog have made a hole in the wall built by Zulqarnain.

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Jordanes - The Origin and Deeds of the Goths - Part of a Thesis, English Trans by Charles Gaius Mierow, Phd __ dept 1908 Princeton Univ, 108pgs.pdf

NOTE

For the first time the story of the Goths recorded in

the Getica of Jordanes, a Christian Goth who wrote his

account in the year 551, probably in Constantinople, is

now put in English form, as part of an edition of the

Getica prepared by Mr. Mierow. Those who care for the

romance of history will be charmed by this great tale of a

lost cause and will not find the simple-hearted exaggerations

of the eulogist of the Gothic race misleading. He

pictured what he believed or wanted to believe, and his

employment of fable and legend, as well as the naive

exhibition of his loyal prejudices, merely heightens the

interest of his story. Those who want coldly scientific

narrative should avoid reading Jordanes, but should likewise

remember the truthful words of Delbriick: "Legende

und Poesie malen darum noch nicht falsch, weil sie

mit anderen Farben malen als die Historie. Sie reden

nur eine andere Sprache, und es handelt sich darum,

aus dieser richtig ins Historische zu iibersetzen."

ANDREW F. WEST.

Chapter 35: Attila the Hun.

(180) Now this Attila was the son of Mundiuch, and his brothers were Octar and Ruas who are said to have ruled before Attila, though not over quite so many tribes as he. After their death he succeeded to the throne of the Huns, together with his brother Bleda. In order that he might first be equal to the expedition he was preparing, he sought to increase his strength by murder. Thus he proceeded from the destruction of his own kindred to the menace of all others.

(181) But though he increased his power by this shameful means, yet by the balance of justice he received the hideous consequences of his own cruelty. Now when his brother Bleda, who ruled over a great part of the Huns, had been slain(1) by his treachery, Attila united all the people under his own rule. Gathering also a host of the other tribes which he then held under his sway, he sought to subdue the foremost nations of the world -- the Romans and the Visigoths.

(182) His army is said to have numbered five hundred thousand men. He was a man born into the world to shake the nations, the scourge of all lands, who in some way terrified all mankind by the dreadful rumors noised abroad concerning him. He was haughty in his walk, rolling his eyes hither and thither, so that the power of his proud spirit appeared in the movement of his body. He was indeed a lover of war, yet restrained in action, mighty in counsel, gracious to suppliants and lenient to those who were once received into his protection. He was short of stature, with a broad chest and a large head; his eyes were small, his beard thin and sprinkled with gray; and he had a flat nose and a swarthy complexion, showing the evidences of his origin.

(183) And though his temper was such that he always had great self-confidence, yet his assurance was increased by finding the sword of Mars, always esteemed sacred among the kings of the Scythians. The historian Priscus says it was discovered under the following circumstances: "When a certain shepherd beheld one heifer of his flock limping and could find no cause for this wound, he anxiously followed the trail of blood and at length came to a sword it had unwittingly trampled while nibbling the grass. He dug it up and took it straight to Attila. He rejoiced at this gift and, being ambitious, thought he had been appointed ruler of the whole world, and that through the sword of Mars supremacy in all wars was assured to him."

(1) 445 AD

Chapter 36: Battle of the Catalaunic Fields. Preliminaries.[451 AD]

(184) Now when Gaiseric, king of the Vandals, whom we mentioned shortly before, learned that his mind was bent on the devastation of the world, he incited Attila by many gifts to make war on the Visigoths, for he was afraid that Theodorid, king of the Visigoths, would avenge the injury done to his daughter. She had been joined in wedlock with Huneric, the son of Gaiseric, and at first was happy in this union. But afterwards he was cruel even to his own children, and because of the mere suspicion that she was attempting to poison him, he cut off her nose and mutilated her ears. He sent her back to her father in Gaul thus despoiled of her natural charms. So the wretched girl presented a pitiable aspect ever after, and the cruelty which would stir even strangers still more surely incited her father to vengeance.

(185) Attila, therefore, in his efforts to bring about the wars long ago instigated by the bribe of Gaiseric, sent ambassadors into Italy to the Emperor Valentinian to sow strife between the Goths and the Romans, thinking to shatter by civil discord those whom he could not crush in battle. He declared that he was in no way violating his friendly relations with the empire, but that he had a quarrel with Theodorid, king of the Visigoths. As he wished to be kindly received, he filled the rest of the letter with the usual flattering salutations, striving to win credence for his falsehood.

(186) In like manner he despatched a message to Theodorid, king of the Visigoths, urging him to break his alliance with the Romans and reminding him of the battles to which they had recently provoked him. Beneath his great ferocity he was a subtle man, and fought with craft before he made war. Then the Emperor Valentinian sent an embassy to the Visigoths and their king Theodorid, with this message:

(187) "Bravest of nations, it is the part of prudence for us to unite against the lord of the earth who wishes to enslave the whole world; who requires no just cause for battle, but supposes whatever he does is right. He measures his ambition by his might. License satisfies his pride. Despising law and right, he shows himself an enemy to Nature herself. And thus he, who clearly is the common foe of each, deserves the hatred of all.

(188) Pray remember -- what you surely cannot forget -- that the Huns do not overthrow nations by means of war, where there is an equal chance, but assail them by treachery, which is a greater cause for anxiety. To say nothing about ourselves, can you suffer such insolence to go unpunished? Since you are mighty in arms, give heed to your own danger and join hands with us in common. Bear aid also to the empire, of which you hold a part. If you would learn how such an alliance should be sought and welcomed by us, look into the plans of the foe."

(189) By these and like arguments the ambassadors of Valentinian prevailed upon king Theodorid. He answered them, saying: "Romans, you have attained your desire; you have made Attila our foe also. We will pursue him wherever he summons us, and though he is puffed up by his victories over divers races, yet the Goths know how to fight this haughty foe. I call no war dangerous save one whose cause is weak; for he fears no ill on whom Majesty has smiled."

(190) The nobles shouted assent to the reply and the multitude gladly followed. All were fierce for battle and longed to meet the Huns, their foe. And so a countless host was led forth by Theodorid, king of the Visigoths, who sent home four of his sons, namely Friderich and Eurich, Retemer and Mimnerith, taking with him only the two elder sons, Thorismud and Theodorid, as partners of his toil. O brave array, sure defense and sweet comradeship, having the aid of those who delight to share in the same dangers!

(191) On the side of the Romans stood the patrician Aetius, on whom at that time the whole empire of the West depended; a man of such wisdom that he had assembled warriors from everywhere to meet them on equal terms. Now these were his auxiliaries: Franks, Sarmatians, Armoricians, Liticians, Burgundians, Saxons, Riparians, Olibriones (once Romans soldiers and now the flower of the allied forces), and some other Celtic or German tribes.

(192) And so they met in the Catalaunian Plains, which are also called Mauriacian, extending in length one hundred leuva, as the Gauls express it, and seventy in width. Now a Gallic leuva measures a distance of fifteen hundred paces. That portion of the earth accordingly became the threshing-floor of countless races. The two hosts bravely joined battle. Nothing was done under cover, but they contended in open fight.

(193) What just cause can be found for the encounter of so many nations, or what hatred inspired them all to take arms against each other? It is proof that the human race lives for its kings, for it is at the mad impulse of one mind a slaughter of nations takes place, and at the whim of a haughty ruler that which nature has taken ages to produce perishes in a moment.

Event: Battle of Catalaunic Field

the Huns do not overthrow nations by means of war, where there is an equal chance, but assail them by treachery, which is a greater cause for anxiety.

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Chapter 24: Origin of the Huns.

(121) But after a short space of time, as Orosius relates, 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 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.

(122) 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.

(123) This cruel tribe, as Priscus the historian relates, settled on the farther bank of the Maeotic swamp. They were fond of hunting and had no skill in any other art. After they had grown to a nation, they disturbed the peace of neighboring races by theft and rapine. At one time, while hunters of their tribe were as usual seeking for game on the farthest edge of Maeotis, they saw a doe unexpectedly appear to their sight and enter the swamp, acting as guide of the way; now advancing and again standing still.

(124) The hunters followed and crossed on foot the Maeotic swamp, which they had supposed was impassable as the sea. Presently the unknown land of Scythia disclosed itself and the doe disappeared. Now in my opinion the evil spirits, from whom the Huns are descended, did this from envy of the Scythian.

(125) And the Huns, who had been wholly ignorant that there was another world beyond Maeotis, were now filled with admiration for the Scythian land. As they were quick of mind, they believed that this path, utterly unknown to any age of the past, had been divinely revealed to them. They returned to their tribe, told them what had happened, praised Scythia and persuaded the people to hasten thither along the way they had found by the guidance of the doe. As many as they captured, when they thus entered Scythia for the first time, they sacrificed to Victory. The remainder they conquered and made subject to themselves.

(126) Like a whirlwind of nations they swept across the great swamp and at once fell upon the Alpidzuri, Alcildzuri, Itimari, Tuncarsi and Boisci, who bordered on that part of Scythia. The Alani also, who were their equals in battle, but unlike them in civilization, manners and appearance, they exhausted by their incessant attacks and subdued.

(127) For by the terror of their features they inspired great fear in those whom perhaps they did not really surpass in war. They made their foes flee in horror because their swarthy aspect was fearful, and they had, if I may call it so, a sort of shapeless lump, not a head, with pin-holes rather than eyes. Their hardihood is evident in their wild appearance, and they are beings who are cruel to their children on the very day they are born. For they cut the cheeks of the males with a sword, so that before they receive the nourishment of milk they must learn to endure wounds.

(128) Hence they grow old beardless and their young men are without comeliness, because a face furrowed by the sword spoils by its scars the natural beauty of a beard. They are short in stature, quick in bodily movement, alert horsemen, broad shouldered, ready in the use of bow and arrow, and have firm-set necks which are ever erect in pride. Though they live in the form of men, they have the cruelty of wild beasts.

(129) When the Getae beheld this active race that had invaded many nations, they took fright and consulted with their king how they might escape from such a foe. Now although Hermanaric, king of the Goths, was the conqueror of many tribes, as we have said above, yet while he was deliberating on this invasion of the Huns, the treacherous tribe of the Rosomoni, who at that time were among those who owed him their homage, took this chance to catch him unawares. For when the king had given orders that a certain woman of the tribe I have mentioned, Sunilda by name, should be bound to wild horses and torn apart by driving them at full speed in opposite directions (for he was roused to fury by her husband's treachery to him), her brothers Sarus and Ammius came to avenge their sister's death and plunged a sword into Hermanaric's side. Enfeebled by this blow, he dragged out a miserable existence in bodily weakness.

(130) Balamber, king of the Huns, took advantage of his ill health to move an army into the country of the Ostrogoths, from whom the Visigoths had already separated because of some dispute. Meanwhile Hermanaric, who was unable to endure either the pain of his wound or the inroads of the Huns, died full of days at the great age of one hundred and ten years. The fact of his death enabled the Huns to prevail over those Goths who, as we have said, dwelt in the East and were called Ostrogoths.

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wow, great thread, great movies link, great ebook and fascinating knowledge. When can you put the link to the pdf version of the book on Hun history?

think pink

Edited by karimzand

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