Wednesday, March 9, 2011

Who's a Jew?

Incogman offers some helpful guidance.
First off, let’s make this one thing perfectly clear. When you see the word “Jew” around here, technically I mean “Talmudic Khazars.” Sound complicated? Yeah, it does, but it shouldn’t. These people use the confusion about all this on Whites and to hide themselves behind. And that’s easy for them to do, since they actually believe internally that they are the Jews of the Bible. It doesn’t take much acting to play the part, if that’s what you’ve been raised to think from the get-go!

“No population remains pure over a period of thousands of years… But the chances that the Palestinians are descendants of the ancient Judaic people are much greater than the chances that you or I are its descendents.”

— Ashkenazi Jew Professor Shlomo Sand, “When and How the Jewish People was Invented”
Furthermore, the term “Judeo-Christianity” is a complete non-sense word because, soon after Christ, Judaism has really been the worship of the Talmud and not the Old Testament of the Bible (the Torah displayed in Synagogues is merely symbolic, a totem no longer even read). And the word “anti-Semite” is a oxymoron as well, since the majority of Jews are descendants of a non-Semite people from the steppes of Eurasia — far from the Semitic peoples of the Middle East! Even the word “Jew” did not exist until the 1700’s. This messed-up situation is due to a long-ago transfer of a religious “Meme” (more below).

These “Jews” are a non-Semitic people, a Mongol/Turkish group called the Khazars of the Caspian sea area, who long ago converted to Judaism. Eventually, to get rid of them, Christian Russia moved them into an area of southern Poland and Russia called the Pale of Settlement. Some of them migrated into Germany (which accounts for the German in the Yiddish language) and other Eastern European areas like Hungary and ... more >>.
If you want to understand Talmudism in all its gory details, read Michael Hoffman's book, Judaism Discovered.

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