HISTORY, THE TEACHER OF LIFE
Bin Laden and Jesus Christ
If Bush had read "THE FABLE OF CHRIST" and in particular the chapters concerning the revolt of the gruesome and the Messianic revolution and if he
had had the experience of the Greeks and the Romans who fought in Palestine against the Hebrew Nationalist Party (Essenes), he would probably have
avoided attacking and bombarding the Talebans.
The systems of warfare used today by the Talebans in Afghanistan are the same which made the Essene revolutionaries unbeatable twenty centuries
1) The same exploitation of the territory with its ravines, caverns and mountains which make it impregnable.
2) The same methods of combat such as ambush and sabotage against the occupying troops and terrorist actions against the civilians.
3) The same organisation of guerrilla troops subdivided according to the plan applied by Jude the Aside, son of Mattatia the Maccabean, to fight
Antioch 1V, king of the Greeks.
4) The same training centres to form the fighters (Kimberth Qumran).
5) The same search, by one part or the other, for alliances which often turn out for both to be unreliable and treacherous because moved by
6) The same political and religious ideals expressed in their books (Today the "revolutionary's manual", yesterday the "Bible".
7) The same martyrs who face death in the certainty that they will be rewarded with a blissful eternal life, and many other analogies which give us
the impression of reading, through the FABLE OF CHRIST, a present day chronicle.
All that changes in today's war are the names of the main characters who in reality are identical in their behaviour as those who supported the
Maccabean revolt and the Messianic revolutions.
Bin Laden is only one of the many revolutionary leaders, like Jude the Aside, Simon, Gionata, Ezechia, Jude the Galilean, who fought wars in
succession against Greece and Rome.
The political and religious similarity between Bin Laden and John of Gamala, descendant of the Asmonites, Messiah and Essene revolutionary leader, who
was then transformed into Jesus by counterfeiters in the 2nd century, is traumatising to say the least.
The FABLE OF CHRIST, by showing the analogies between the war being fought today in Pakistan and the revolutions supported by the Essene guerrillas in
Palestine, besides giving us an exact idea of today's situation, helps us to understand how the causes which gave rise to these wars are due to that
hatred which drives the monotheistic religions to consider anyone who opposes their own plan for universal imperialism as an enemy.
Johannès Robyn, president of the atheist union of France.