An ancient depiction of Semites traveling to Egypt...
The Semites are, according to the highly authoritative Oxford Universal Dictionary, 1944 (p.1838) are the people belonging to the race of mankind which includes most of the peoples mentioned in Genesis 10 as descended from Shem, one of the three sons of Noah. This includes the Arabs, Hebrews, Assyrians, Arameans as well as other ancient races who spoke a Semitic language as their native tongue. Most people in the world are under the impression that the modern Jew is of Hebrew or Semitic origin, but in reality this belief is unfounded and highly erroneous.
The Jews in modern society have nothing to do with the ancient Hebrews of biblical times. For decades we never thought of even questioning this basic assumption. Actually, it is an historical fact that the vast majority of modern Jewry are not of Semitic stock. They are of Turkish stock—the so-called Khazars. “The Khazars came not from Jordan, but from the Volga, not from Canaan, but from the Caucasus. Genetically they are more related to the Hun, Uigur and Magyar than to the seed of Abraham, Isaac and Jakob. The story of the Khazar Empire, as it slowly emerges from the past, begins to look like the most cruel hoax that history has ever perpetrated.” (Arthur Koestler, The Thirteenth Tribe).
Here is a quick overview of the history of the Khazars.
“The Jews of our times fall into two main divisions: Sephardim and Ashkenazim. The Sephardim are the descendants of the Jews who since antiquity have lived in Spain (Hebrew: Shephard) until they were expelled at the end of the fifteenth century. In the 1960s, the number of Sephardim was estimated at 500,000. The Ashkenazim or Khazar Jews at the same time numbered about 11 million.” (The Thirteenth Tribe, p.181)
Ashkenazi Jews accounted for (at their peak) 92 percent of the world's Jews in 1931 and today make up approximately 80 percent of Jews worldwide. (Wikipedia)
The Jewish Encyclopedia tells us about the Khazars (spelling varies) “Chazars: A people of Turkish origin whose life and history are interwoven with the very beginning of the history of the Jews in Russia... driven on by the nomadic tribes of the steppes and by their own desire for plunder and revenge. In the second half of the sixth century the Chazars moved westwards... the kingdom of the Chazars was firmly established in most of southern Russia long before the foundation of the Russian monarchy by the Vangarians (855 AD). At this time the kingdom of the Chazars stood at the height of its power and was constantly at war. At the end of the eighth century... the chagan (king) of the Chazars and his grandees, together with a large number of his heathen people, embraced the Jewish religion. (Having the Christians to their left and the Muslims to their right they were asked to join either one of those religions, but the chagan out of protest chose the Jewish religion).
The Jewish population of the entire domain of the Chazars, in the period between the seventh and the eighth century, must have been substantial. About the ninth century it appears as if all the Chazars were Jews and that they had been converted to Judaism only a short time before.
It was one of the successors of Bulan named Obadiah, who regenerated the kingdom and strengthened the Jewish religion. “He invited Jewish scholars to settle in his dominion and founded synagogues and schools.
“The Russian Varangians established themselves at Kiev... until the final conquest of the Chazars by the Russians after a hard fight. Four years later the Russians conquered all the Chazarian territory east of the Azov river. Many members of the Chazarian royal family emigrated to Spain... Some went to Hungary, but the great mass of the people remained in their native country” (Jewish Encyclopedia, Volume IV, article on Chazars, pp. 1-5).
After Obadiah came a long succession of chagans (kings), for according to a fundamental law of the state only Jewish rulers were permitted to ascend the throne. So we glean from strictly Jewish sources that the vast majority of present day Jews cannot claim to be descendants of the original Hebrews, and possibly heirs to Palestine.
Because of that fact, the term “anti-Semitism” does not refer to the modern Jews. Benjamin Freedman, a Jew who was on a first name basis with most of the top Zionists in the ’30s and ’40s, puts his finger firmly on the true purpose behind the use of the term “anti-Semitism”. He declares that “it should be eliminated from the English language”.
“Anti-Semitism” serves only one purpose today; it is used as a smear word. When so-called Jews feel that anyone opposes any of their objectives, they discredit their victims by applying the word “anti-Semite” or “anti-Semitic” through all the channels they have at their command and under their control”. (Facts are Facts, Benjamin Freedman, p. 73)
Also what happened in the Third Reich is not necessarily related to “anti-Semitism”, it had to do with “anti-Khazarism” and “anti-Talmudism” (especially the “Mosaic Law”) which will be answered correctly by any SS-member (if still alive). The most widely known and powerful Khazar family is the Rothschild family, who are named after the red shield that is the symbol of the Khazars. Rothschild and other wealthy bankers, including George Bush's grand-father, supported Hitler during the war.
Keep in mind that, because the modern Jews are not of Hebrew origin, they never had and never will have a right for claiming the land of Palestine. The state of Israel is absolutely illegal, even if the Jews would have some Hebrew origin. To bring it down to the point: the race with the most “anti-Semitic” attitude is probably the modern Jew himself.
Why? Because they hate and fight the Arabs who really are of Semitic stock whenever and wherever they can. Therefore the “Arabs” are “anti-Khazar” or “anti-Jewish” and the Jews are the ones who are “anti-Semitic”!
The real threat to world peace are the "false Jews" or the "so-called, self-styled Jews" and the "Synagogue of Satan" that Jesus warned his followers about in the Bible.
Further required knowledge of Zionists, Khazars and Semites:
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