I didn't bring Ancient history into the thread. I was responding to the Jewish supremacist lie, that hatred of Jews is the oldest hatred in the world. I notice this trick in politics where an ideological grouping or groupings will repeat a lie over and over and over again. And then when you focus on exposing their lie or lies, they say why are you obsessed about this. I first noticed this tactic with Christians. Christians love to lie to the ignorant, the last thing they want is someone hanging around and questioning their nonsense.
Note I have never, ever, ever attempted to conflate Jewish Supremacism with Cultural Marxism. I have never ever tried to conflate Jewish Supremacism with Marxism. But both groups have or at least have had a common interest in demonising mainstream racially European Culture, but for very different ends. Certain wiser more intelligent Zionists like Netanyahu are now starting to question the strategy of continually seeking to demonise racially European Gentiles. Of course its very easy to exaggerate one's self importance, but I can't help feeling that things I've been saying on the forum for some time are starting to find their way into the wider political discourse. I have a strong suspicion for example that Melanie Philipps has been picking up things I have been saying.
I'll tell you what -- if you can *generalize* these critiques into a general critique of *all religion*, particularly *ruling class* *ideological* religion, then I would agree with you.
My beginning in societal consciousness is as an atheist, but as a political person I don't dismiss *all* beliefs, because, as Marx notes, religion is a *drug* for most people, and I'm not anti-drug.
Religion can bring people together at the ground level, which is good, but I still despise religion personally, and especially when it's used hegemonically for social control of the minds of the masses.
If you pick on *individual* religions, as *you* do, you'll be opening yourself up to charges of *bias* and even racism. I think it's better to critique *all* religions as being the narrative-centric storytelling of the ancients, for lack of modern-day scientific knowledge on the subject matter.