The distribution map of the so-called Semites and Semitic-speaking peoples is too large to be one group. It is too big for a group and too small for the world. However, the map of the Semites and Semitic-speaking peoples perfectly matches the adventures and raids of the Akkadian-Turkic Mongolian alliance they formed after the expulsion of the Turkic Akkadian from Sumer in 2154 BC and the expulsion of the Amorites who caused the First Dark Age in Kmt (Ancient Egypt) in 2055 BC. The Hyksos were the alliance of the Turkic Mongolian Akkadians with the Amorites of the Levant
Therefore, the logical meaning of the terms Semitic and Semites is in fact a definition of the regions and nations that the expelled Hyksos from Kmt had conquered and subjugated since Kmt expelled the Hyksos in 1523 BC.
The Biblical List of Noah’s Descendants or the List of Nations is a genealogy of the sons of Noah and their spread in many lands after the Flood according to the Hebrew Bible (Tanakh) invented in Babylon in 580 BC with an emphasis on the main known societies. The term nations to describe descendants is a Standard English translation of the Hebrew word “goyim” that appeared after 400 AD. The Latin word “nation” does not have the same political connotations today.
The List of Nations mentions for the first time 70 names of several well-known ethnic and geographical names important to biblical geography, such as the three sons of Noah, Shem, Ham, and Japheth, from which German scholars probably Jews of the eighteenth century at the Göttingen School of History derived the terms Semitic, Hamite and Japhite races. It did not include all peoples and did not cover important northern European peoples of the Roman world and the Late Middle Ages such as Celtic, Slavic, Germanic, and Northern peoples, and others of the world were not covered. Scholars have come up with a variety of justifications for making the table fit, for example, they say the Scythians are the ancestors of much of Northern Europe.
The Genesis account tells of how Noah and his three sons Shem, Ham, and Japheth, along with their wives, survived the flood to repopulate the land.
The traditional classification of people on the basis of their alleged descent from Shem, Ham, and Japheth produced an alternate alleged division of the human race into three groups or races called Caucasian, Mongolian, and Negroid, terms introduced in the 1780s by members of the Göttingen School of History. All of these naive assumptions are not based on evidence, but on narratives only, and contradict science, logic, and history.
It is impossible for nations to migrate like birds, fish and locusts. For example, it is impossible for a monkey or an elephant in Brazil to be of the same origin as a monkey or an elephant in Russia. Rather, the migrations of peoples and classifications of nations and the same origin of peoples are all legends and justifications for the invasion, spread and occupation of the Amorite-Turkic Mongolian Hyksos gangs. The truth is that every nation has its first parents, who sprouted from the soil and water of their homeland like a plantation, and there were never large, influential mass migrations
The myth of Shem and his sons in the Hebrew Bible and political Semitic refer to the area of interest and targets of the Amorite-Turkic Mongolian Hyksos. Despite the fact that Adam, Noah, their descendants, and the Flood existed, they were from a limited territory in the country of Punt Lands only.
The Hyksos of today are diverting Africans, particularly in West Africa and Maghreb, from their own history to use them against the history of Kmt, Kerma, Punt and Arabs.
There is no true history now; and mainstream institutions defy learning history as an investigative subject