|"Rassenschande" (racial disgrace) from poster of Der Stürmer (1935)
In my last video (part 4b - Ancient 'Racism'), I promised to look into the question if the Oera Linda Book is indeed 'racist', as dr. Jensma claimed.
The answer can be short and simple.
Let us look at the most primal and basic laws of the pre-christian proto-Frisians or children of Frya as they called themselves: Frya's Tex.
First, a fragment about this Tex, from Minno, the seaking, visionary and philosopher who introduced laws into Crete.
IN MIN JÜGED HÀV.IK WEL ÉNIS MORT. OVERA BÀNDA THÉRA ÉWA.
ÀFTER HÀV.IK FRYA OFTEN TANKED VR HIRA TEX
ÀND VSA ÉTHLA VR THA ÉWA THÉR THÉRNÉI TAVLIKT SEND.
In my youth I sometimes complained about the restrictions of the laws.
Later I often thanked Frya for her Tex
and our ancestors for the laws that are based upon it.
The following is the part of Frya's Tex that deals with interracial relations (page 13, line 5-29):
8. NE GRIP NA THÀT FOLK FON LYDA NER FON FINDA AN.
WR.ALDA SKOLDE HELPA HJAM.
SA THAT.ÀT WELD THAT FON JO UT.GONG
VPPA JVWA ÀJNA HÁVEDA SKOLDE WITHER KVMA.
8. Do not attack the folks of Lyda (black) nor of Finda (brown/ yellow).
Wralda (the most ancient-, or world-spirit) would help them,
so that the violence that came from you
would come back upon your own heads.
9. SÁHWERSA THÀT MACHTE BÉRA
THAT HJA FON JUWE RÉD JEFTA AWET OWERS WILDE
ALSA AGHAT J TO HELPANE HJAM.
MEN KVMATH HJA TO RÁWANDE
FAL THAN VPPA THAM NITHER LIK BLIXENANDE FJVR.
9. If it would occur
that they wanted your council or something else,
then you ought to help them.
But if they come to rob,
then fall down upon them like lightning fire.
ÉNER JVWER TOGHATERUM TO WIF GÉRTH
ÀND HJU THAT WIL.
THÀN SKILUN J HJA HJRA DVMHÉD BITJVTHA
THACH WIL HJU TOCH HJRA FRÉJAR FOLGJA
THAT HJA THAN MITH FRÉTHO GÁ.
10. If one of them
desires one of your daughters as his wife,
and she wants that too,
then you must point out her stupidity to her.
But if she still wants to follow her asker,
that she then go with peace.
11. WILLATH JVW SVNA FON HJARA TOGHATERUM
SÁ MOT J ALSA DVA AS MITH JVWA TOGHATERUM.
THACH HOR THA ÉNA NOR THA ÔTHERA MÉI WITHER KVMA.
HWAND HJA SKOLDUN UTHÉMEDA SÉDA ÀND PLÉGA MITH.FARA.
ÀND DRÉI THESSA BY JO HELDGAD WRDE
MÉI IK NAVT LONGER OVIR JO WÁKA.
11. If your sons want from their daughters,
then you must do the same as with your daughters.
But nor the first (the daughters), nor the second (the sons) may come back.
For they would bring foreign morals and habits with them,
and when these are accepted by you,
I can no longer watch over you.
Although the Frya's had a peaceful attitude to the other races, as long as the latter did not start any aggression, and they even allowed their children to leave and mix with the other races, they would not allow any of them (back) in their midst.
According to the current mainstream opinion, this would be a highly 'racist' attitude.
That ancient texts are 'racist' according to the cultural-marxist values of our time, should not be a surprise though, as Tacitus (c.58 - c.120 CE) wrote in Germania:
(Original Latin text:
... qui Germaniae populos nullis aliis aliarum nationum conubiis infectos propriam et sinceram et tantum sui similem gentem exstitisse arbitrantur. Unde habitus quoque corporum, tamquam in tanto hominum numero, idem omnibus: truces et caerulei oculi...)