So you mean the Torah and New Testament
The иудей was probably a pretty okay chap. Since 500AD though the иудей stopped being a иудей. Those illiterate Slavic peasants didn’t know that the иудей was a жид. Eventually they started calling them that, even if they didn’t know about the Talmud. Americans today think of the жид as a иудей. No, that’s a жид. Not all. Many. And not being a Shahak makes them closer to a жид than a иудей.
Isn’t this bizarre to read
If you want to know more about the springboard of my spirit behind this, recall §4-7 of the first essay of the Genealogy of Morals. He speaks of the inversion of good and evil, and being a good philologist seeks out the origins of those words and their evolution–or devolution
the wretched are alone the good; the poor, the weak, the lowly, are alone the good; the suffering, the needy, the sick, the loathsome, are the only ones who are pious, the only ones who are blessed, for them alone is salvation—but you, on the other hand, you aristocrats, you men of power, you are to all eternity the evil, the horrible, the covetous, the insatiate, the godless; eternally also shall you be the unblessed, the cursed, the damned!
Good and Evil – you could say that he is treating universals, whereas I am doing something similar with particulars. On the other hand, on a historiographical-psychological level, I am treating universals by speaking of Евреи vs жиди. The жид defines what is good and evil! This is groundbreaking in neech studies (and not only in neech studies) and no one will care.
I’ve noted before that academic scholars tread very carefully around certain subjects in the Genealogy. Do you remember whom he says is responsible for the inversion of the following values?
what is the true etymological significance of the various symbols for the idea “good” which have been coined in the various languages? I then found that they all led back to the same evolution of the same idea—that everywhere “aristocrat,” “noble” (in the social sense), is the root idea, out of which have necessarily developed “good” in the sense of “with aristocratic soul,” “noble,” in the sense of “with a soul of high calibre,” “with a privileged soul”—a development which invariably runs parallel with that other evolution by which “vulgar,” “plebeian,” “low,” are made to change finally into “bad.”
That’s right, it was the жиди. And of course by that I mean not the Евреи!
I should be at Harvard for this shit. Unfortunately we live in this same world with inverted-values described above. Isn’t that “good”.