KMT – Teachings on the Invaders

Santa PausFaces of the Invaders
Aryan Invaders, Imitators, and Destroyers
©2004-2007 Ta-Nefer Ankh

Invaders Into Sumerian Civilization – The Semetic Hordes
Gutians > Hurrians > Martu > Assyrians > Arabs > Europeans
  
Assyrians Tribes [known] as the Martu invaded Assur a city-state created in honor
of Ausar (Assur), thus continuing the onslaught of invasions into the
Mesopotamian area by the Aryan branch today called Semites. The initial invaders
assimilated into the society, as the number of invaders increased they
eventually, through war, overtook the city-states of the region and became the
dominant group. The Assyrians put forth a major effort to destroy
religious-philosophical system that governed that part of the world. Under the
Assyrians many of the latter day practices of the western European were begun –
large scale enslavement of the population, embryonic racism (including race
based discrimination), usurping of the indigenous culture and technology and
claiming to be its creator.

Invaders Into Harappan / Indus Civilization – The Aryan Hordes
Aryans > Greeks > Arabs > Europeans
  
Check out the following Aryan Racist Propaganda:
“The Indian caste system has been in use for many years. Still today the values
of the caste system are held strongly. It has kept a sense of order, and peace
among the people. There are five different levels of the system: Brahman,
Kshatriya, Vaishya, Shudra, and Harijans. Within each of these categories are
the actual “castes” or jatis within which people are born, marry, and die. They
all have their own place among each other and accept that it is the way to keep
society from disintegrating to chaos. This system has worked well for Indian
people and still has a major role in modern India.” (Source:
http://teachers.eusd.k12.ca.us/mguerena/castewebquest/brahmin.htm)

Invaders Into Kemet / Egypt – The Aryan Semite and Aryan European Hordes
Hyksos > Assyrians > Persians > Greeks > Romans > Arabs> Europeans
   
The Hyksos
Historian and author J.C. DeGraft Johnson, contended that the Hyksos were
African tribes who invaded Kemet / Egypt because, he contended, there whatever
they left was indistinguishable from the Kemetians / Egyptians. Scientist and
scholar, Dr. Cheikh Anta Diop conjectured that the Hyksos were a conglomerate of
nomadic tribes both African and non-African. Europeans scholars (most of them
pseudo-scholars) contend, mostly out of racial motivation, that the Hyksos were
White. Diop offered substantial evidence to support his contention.

A review of the material artifacts left by them show nothing distinguishing them
from the Kemetians / Egyptians except for the writings principally by the
Kemetians /Egyptians disdaining their presence. The representational artifacts
show them looking like Kemetians not like any other ethnic or racial group.

It is my contention that there is nothing to distinguish them because they were
not of high-culture and had nothing to offer instead they adopted [into] the
culture of Kemet. Additionally, they did not invade or occupy Kemet / Egypt
proper. They were expelled without making any significant impact or contribution
to Kemet.

The Assyrians
The Kemet / Egyptian government and adherents to the Kemet way of life were
defeated after many battles that lasted over several hundred years. Eventually
Kemet was invaded by the interloper’s modern day writers now [called], ironically,
Assyrians. The Assyrian intervention into Kemet was short lived, they were
eventually driven out by a coalition of Kemet and Nubian forces. The tribes of
the people called the Martu continue to dominate in the Mesopotamian region till
this very day under different names – including Sarbeans [sic] and now Jews and Arabs.

The Persians
The Persians were a confederate of tribal groups of African and non-African
races. Persia had been invaded and dominated by Aryan groups. Building upon the
success of the Assyrians they were about to […].

The Greeks
In 332 BC the Greeks invaded and occupied Kemet / Egypt until the Roman invasion
and domination. The Greeks, going further than their predecessors, moved their
capital from their ‘homeland’ to Kemet / Egypt. There, they indulged themselves
by imitating the Kemet / Egypt way of life, while plundering the country of its
wealth and resources. Because of the status and regard for Kemet / Egypt
knowledge and technology it became fashionable for Greeks to fabricate stories
of being trained in Kemet / Egypt, many by way of copying Kemet / Egyptian text
and affixing their names as the author. (See Stolen Legacy by George G.M. James,
African Mother of Western Civilization – Yosef ben-Jochannan, Africa and
Africans as Seen By Classical Writers – William Leo Hansberry, The Histories by
Herodotus, and The Antiquities of Egypt – Diodorus Siculus.)

The Greek invasion brought to an end the Dynastic period in Kemet / Egypt proper
as the rightful rulers retired to Nubia and pressed battles against the Greeks
from there.

The Romans
In 225 BC the Romans invaded and occupied Kemet / Egypt.

The Arabs
The Arabs continued the line of attack begun by the Martu – large scale
enslavement of the population, embryonic racism (including race based
discrimination), usurping of the indigenous culture and technology and claiming
to be its creator. However, they went further a proclaimed that “God had no
image” and set about destroying Kemet / Egyptian temples. In many instances they
used the materials to build mosque. However they too could not escape the
religious / philosophical influence of Kemet, as they were illiterate and
without high-culture they appropriated Kemetic / Egyptian concepts and
terminology to express religious-philosophical thoughts and ideas. For example
Kaba is taken from the Kemet / Egypt language for spirit (Ka) and soul (Ba).

The Europeans
Continuing in the footsteps of their predecessors the Europeans came again as
tomb robbers in search of wealth and fame.

Source: http://www.kemetway.com/Digest/Content/invaders.html

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