Jules Marx Isaac (18th November 1877 in Rennes – 6th September 1963 in Aix-en-Provence) was a Jewish insurgent that in the guise of a ‘historian’, sabotaged the Caucasian’s view of their history and like a modern St Paul set boundaries on gentile relations with the Jew. Isaac was born into a Jewish family in Rennes and in 1897, the same year as the first Zionist Conference, laid the foundation for his incursion into Vatican II. He had already become a founder of the Marxist journal The Fortnight and supported the Jew Dreyfus until the affairs resolution in 1906. Following WWI Isaac began his agenda of aligning the texts of Albert Malet (3rd May 1864 – 25th September 1915), a French historian killed during the war who had written the “classic text” on French history, with the Jewish narrative. This blatant subversion was concealed by leaving Malet’s name as co-author. The publishing group Hatchette produced a 21-page pamphlet Cours d’histoire Malet-Isaac listing all the text books which named Malet and Isaac as co-authors. In October 1936, Isaac was appointed Inspector General of Public Education in France. At that time the highest position in the French department of education and science and an ideal place to subvert young Caucasian minds. His textual agenda informed his ‘social’ work and as a member of several Marxist organisations during the interwar years Isaac manufactured a new European landscape set by Jewish criteria. Thus bound this would scar the Caucasian WWII experience with Jewish ‘victimhood’. Post-War Isaac consolidated his agenda with Nostra aetate (Latin: In our Time) at Vatican II. Promoted as “the first in Catholic history to focus on the relationship that Catholics have with Jews” as the Jew Saul (St. Paul) did with early Christianity and he had done with wider Caucasian historical text, Isaac had set the context for any gentile discussion only within the limits of Jewish discourse.