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Jewishness is a Political Organization for Turkic Mongolians


Later Raids and Enslavement of Turkic Groups Since 650 BC

Later Raids and Enslavement of Turkic Groups Since 650 BC

Researchers say the DNA of Yiddish speakers may have originated from four ancient villages in north-eastern Turkey. They also proved that Yiddish is not “bad German”, but it is a Turkic language mixed with Hebrew, German, Persian, and East European.

It can be stated with confidence that the Jews of northern and eastern Europe – normally known as Ashkenazim Jews – are the descendants of earlier Turkic raiders mixed with enslaved natives from the regions all around the Black Sea from Volga-Don rivers to Anatolia, Balkan, and Thracia in 650 BC.

At that time they were pagan Tengeri. Judaism (Talmudic Pharisees) was not yet invented as it began to form since 530 BC and continued till 220 AD. But, Moses’ faith (the written Hebrew Scriptures) existed before that time by about 550 years, since 1200 BC.

The Turkic raiders and colonizers of eastern Europe were not called Jews by that time. Ashkenazi Jews became organized Jews in a political group only after 650 AD when they received members form other Turkic groups who came from Arabia, Levant, Mesopotamia, and Persia with the start of wars with Arabs in those regions.

All of the new comers to the Turkified eastern Europe were politically Jews, as they were established in Judea and Samaria by the Turkic Persians. They were ethnically Turkic Mongolians, and religiously followed Judaism (Talmudic Pharisees) to rule over the Hebrew Sadducees and Israelite.
The combined Turkic groups worked together both from within and from the outside Arabia and Levant to stop and influence Islam and finally to control it.

Genetics and linguistic research proved that Turkish villages –Iskenaz, Eskenaz, Ashanaz, and Ashkuz were part of the original Ashkenazic homeland. It is believed that the word Ashkenaz originally comes from Ashguza – the ancient Assyrian and Babylonian name for the Iron Age Eurasian steppeland people, the Scythians.

Unfortunately, geographical name changes in Turkey have been undertaken, periodically, in bulk from 1913 to the present by successive Turkish governments. Thousands of names within the Turkish Republic or the Ottoman Empire have lost or departed from their popular or historic alternatives.

The governments have argued that such names are foreign and/or divisive against Turkish unity. The policy commenced during the final years of the Ottoman Empire and continued into the Turkish Republic. Approximately 28,000 topographic names were changed, which included 12,211 village and town names and 4,000 mountain, river, and other topographic names. The name İşkenaz was changed to Skena and many other name changes were enforced.

Geographical name changes in Turkey

List of renamed cities, towns and regions in Turkey

Here are four published articles describe the findings of a research and contradicts earlier theories that Yiddish is an old German dialect or of any European origin. The study, titled “Localizing Ashkenazic Jews to primeval villages in the ancient Iranian lands of Ashkenaz” was conducted by researchers from three universities in the U.K., U.S., and Israel. It was published in the journal Genome Biology and Evolution.

Important Notice: The four articles, for unclear reasons, try to justify the Turkic presence in the region with trade along the Silk Road, while ignoring the raiding, colonization, and enslavement of Western Asia, Eastern Europe, the Caucasus, the Balkan, and Anatolia.

The creation of the Slavic group, the mass migration and invasions of the Sea people, and the simultaneous collapse of several great civilizations that occurred in 1177 BC all might be linked to earlier Turkic raids.

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Why the JEWS Rejected JESUS CHRIST as the MESSIAH


Period of the Exile, 586-536

Period of the Exile, 586-536

Jews are the followers of Judaism, and not the Israelite. Judaism is the religion of Ezra and is totally different from the religion of Moses.
The Jews are Turkic colonizers and rulers who were fraudulently brought to Israel by the Turkic Persians after 510 BC under a fake claim that they were the decedents of Israelite leaders who were captives in Babylonia.
The real Israelite captives were only few hundreds from the House of David and their courts and they never returned from captivity.

The Jewish community in postexilic Israel was invented by the Turkic colonizers of that part of Assyria that they invaded and named it Noe-Babylonia. The Jews are foreign Turkic settlers who were sent and empowered by the Turkic Persian rulers of Babylonia.

During Captivity, the Turkic groups invented the Jewish people and invented oral Torah which later they wrote and called it the Talmud. Turkic colonizers and rulers of postexilic Israel made up new religious, social, economic, and political codes which much different from those of Israel.
The Jews knew that Jesus is the Messiah. Jesus was considered great threat to Jewish corrupt codes and origins. That is why they forced the unwilling Romans to allow the Jews to crucify Yeshua “Jesus” Christ and kill and persecute faithful Israelite.

Why the JEWS Rejected JESUS CHRIST as the MESSIAH

1. The Jews didn’t misinterpreted the prophecies, but they defied the prophecies.
2. The Jews knew that although Jesus was not a political figure but His teachings will certainly create political upheaval.
3. The Jews were threatened and outraged from the truth that Jesus brought to Israelite about the religion of the Jews.
4. Jesus rejected Judaism and that was enough for the Jews to fight Him
5. The Israelite were mixed with Jews for 500 years and lost their identity and faith. Israelite became Jewish

The six Turkic main groups (without mentioning those in Russia, Africa, and Central Asia) are:

1- Turkic Muslim in Anatolia and Balkan, (fake Caucasians since Eastern Tourkia (Khazaria) in 650 AD),
2- Turkic Shia Persians (fake Iranians since the Achaemenids in 550 BC),
3- Turkic Talmudic Zionist Jews (fake Israelite since the tricky Babylonian “Return” in 520 BC),
4- Turkic rulers of Arabia (fake Arabs, following the death of Islam in 655 AD),
5- Turkic “Hindu” Indians and Gypsy (fake Aryans since the Persian conquest in 530 BC), and
6- Turkic Europeans (fake liberal Christians since the “Holy” “Roman” “Empire” in 962 AD)

Plus these groups are the Turkified Scythians who invaded, enslaved, and created the Slavs and Thracians in Caucasus and Balkans since 600 BC.

One more piece in human puzzling history:

Scythia in Central Asia was huge civilized land and nation neighboring to Turkic groups in Mongolia. Scythians became the first victims of Turkic raids and enslavement.

From Scythia the Turkic groups with their Turkified slaves and wealth they spread into three directions.

1- West to Volga and Don rivers and to Eastern Europe in 700 BC where they created European Scythians, Sarmatians,  Cimmerians, Caucasians, and Thracians (all Slavs and Balkans)

2- South to Afghanistan and north India where they did the same and created new stock around 700 BC.

3- South-West to Iran and Mesopotamia where they subjugated the Iranians and after 100 years created Persia  in 550 BC. This group created the Jews and Judaism (the religion of Ezra), and replaced the Israelite and the religion of Moses.

The Caucasian and Persian branches of these Turkic groups together took over Anatolia, Levant, Arabia, and North Africa. They Turkified all the nations in these regions and destroyed their civilizations since 500 BC.

Dr M D Magee came near to my conclusions earlier. But he differs by not recognizing the Turkic roots; and that Judaism did not exist before the Captivity. So, mistakenly gives some legitimacy to Judaism. Jews are members of political group not followers of faith nor ethnic group. See his book “PERSIA & CREATION OF JUDAISM

Now All Europeans Became Slavs and Scythian Slaves


Turkic Invasions and Slavery since 700 BC

Turkic Invasions and Slavery since 700 BC

The original Scythians were a large group of Asians inhabited the land between Mongolia and the Caspian Sea from at least the 11th century BC (or earlier) to the 2nd century AD. The Scythians neighbored the Uralic tribes in the north and the Iranian tribes in the south. The Scythians, were also known as Scyth, Saka, Sakae, Sacae, Sai, Iskuzai, or Askuzai (sounds like Ashkenazi! ).

They were settled and civilized people until Turkic nomads came from the east and invaded them. The Turkified Scythians were of completely different characteristics from the original Scythians but remained to be called Scythians.

The new Scythians expanded to the west and from them the Sarmatians emerged in the 7th century BC in a region of the steppe to the east of the Don River and south of the Ural Mountains in Eastern Europe. It is likely that the Sarmatians and Cimmerians were Turkified Europeans and off shoots or compatriots of new Scythians.

The Scythians, , Sarmatians and Cimmerians are the Turkic and Turkified groups which enslaved Eastern Europeans and created the Slavs ethnicity since the 7th century BC.

Trickles from Turkic group/s mainly Uyghurs coming from the Steppe migrated to the land between the Caspian and Black Sea south of Don and Volga rivers and north of Caucasus mountains since around 550 BC. Their main concentrations were around Sarkel and Itil.

A year after the death of the last strong Assyrian ruler, Assurbanipal, in 627 BC, the Assyrian empire came under series of brutal Turkic raids. In 615 BC Turkic bandits captured Assyrian cities

Turkic groups created Neo-Babylonia in 615 BC and ended in 539 BC.

In 612 BC another Turkic group, led by Nabopolassar, and their Turkified allies from the Medes, led by Cyaxares, destroyed the Assyrian capital of Nineveh (as well as Nimrud) and split the Assyrian empire (Mesopotamia to Babylon and Elam to Media) while Egypt recovers control of Palestine and Syria.

At the same time, the same Turkic group invaded and colonized Iran and the Iranian peoples in 600 BC. In 550 BC Turkic colonizers created the first Persian state Achaemenid (Khshassa) (550 BC–330 BC) very much similar to what will be Khazar of new Scythians.

In 512 BC, when King Darius the Great of Persia moved into the new Scythian lands and their enslaved Europeans (Slavs), he allegedly penetrated into their land after crossing the Danube. According to Herodotus, Darius in this manner came as far as the Volga River.

After the Battle of Carchemish in 605 BC, Nebuchadnezzar, the second king of Noe-Babylon, besieged Jerusalem, and forced King Jehoiakim to pay annual tributes to Noe-Babylonia.  Jehoiakim complied but later on refused to pay tribute in Nebuchadnezzar’s fourth year, which led to another siege in Nebuchadnezzar’s seventh year, culminating with the death of Jehoiakim and the capture and deportation of King Jeconiah and his court.

The term “Exile” is not accurate at all because it was actually “Deportation”. Deportation to Babylon became a regular punishment for the ruling House of David and their court if they fail to pay tributes. Jeconiah’s successor Zedekiah and others were arrested and deported in Nebuchadnezzar’s eighteenth year.

A later deportation occurred in Nebuchadnezzar’s twenty-third year. The dates, numbers of deportations, and numbers of deportees given in the biblical accounts vary. These deportations are dated to 597 BC for the first, with others dated at 587/586 BC, and 582/581 BC respectively.

During the Babylonian Captivity or Babylonian Exile (597 BC – 539 BC) only few hundreds of Israelite were taken captives to Babylonia. Only members of the House of David and few of the elite were taken to Babylon in captivity.

After recovering from the immediate impact of war, the Israelites continued to have a life not much different from what had gone before. In 586 BC Jerusalem was destroyed by the Turkic Noe-Babylonia to terrorize the Israelites and as a further punishment for not paying the annual tributes.

Archaeological studies have revealed that the population of Judah were not deported, and although Jerusalem was utterly destroyed, other parts of Judah continued to be inhabited during the period of the exile.

In 549 BC Cyrus, another Turkic warlord in Persia, fought against Astyages, king of Media, at Ecbatana. Astyages’ army betrayed him to his enemy, and Cyrus established himself as ruler of all the Iranic peoples, as well as the pre-Iranian Elamites and Gutians. By this power grab the Turkic Persian rule of the Achaemenid dynasty was established in 550 BC. And Iran, and the Aryan Iranians became Turkified and turned into Persia, and Persians.

The Turkic Persian king of Achaemenid, Cyrus the Great, took over power from the failing irrational Turkic rulers of Noe-Babylonia in 539 BC. He then organized massive colonization of Judea and Samaria with a pretext of returning the captive Israelite rulers.

Cyrus sent many hundreds of thousands of Turkic people to maintain and deepen the colonization of Judah and Samaria, claiming that the returnees were the descendants of the original rulers, in just few decades. The Turkic migration and colonization which was called the return of the captives was a continuous process rather than a single event, and most of the deportees or their descendants did not return.

With such grand systematic deception complete demographic changes took place over many decades. After long strong policy of colonization and discrimination ten of the tribes of Israel were lost forever. The Semite Israelites in what were the Kingdoms of Judah and Samaria were absorbed and controlled by Turkic colonizers and the Semitic Israelite became Mongoloid.

According to the biblical book of Ezra, construction of the second temple in Jerusalem began around 537 BCE. All these events are considered very significant in the creation of the Jewish people, and had a far-reaching impact on the development of Judaism. With these changes Israel, the Israelites, and the Torah were superseded by a Turkic colony also called Israel, Jews, Judaism, and the Talmud.

Judah, now called Yehud, was a Persian province, and the returnees, with their Turkic Persian connections in Noe-Babylon, were in control of all the land of Israelites. They represented also the descendants of the old “Yahweh-alone” movement, but the religion they instituted was significantly different from both monarchic Yahwism and modern Judaism, the religion of Ezra, not Moses.

These differences include new concepts of priesthood, a new focus on new codes to preserving “purity” by prohibiting intermarriage outside the community of this new “Israel”. These these new rules certainly gave the new Turkic elites and rabbis great powers and opportunities over the Israelites and allowed the Turkic stock to breed in their new “homeland”.

The Turkic Jews and Turkic Persians fled to Khazaria after Islam for safety and to warn their compatriots. They succeeded to turn Khazar to the newly concocted Turkic religion of Talmudic Judaism (of Ezra, not Moses). Together they started to expand Khazar into their Slavic territories in East Europe so they can gain power and make a comeback to the south.

And these Turkic groups succeeded in taking over not only Slavic East Europe but also in south of the Caucasus, including Anatolia, Levant, Iran, India, and Arabia. Then later on they took over the remaining Europe and went into Egypt and the rest of Africa using Christianity, Judaism, Islam, liberalism, revolutions, Communism, Capitalism, banking, organized crimes, terrorism, secret societies, and wars.

An article titled: “KIPCHAKS and OGUZES, Medieval History of the Türkic People and the Great Steppe”, by Murad Adjh, a Turkic Russian, in 2002, is an example of Turkic writings. It seems typical Turkic inflated writing to me.

Turkic groups used repeated policies everywhere they go. They invade, enslave, copulate, destroy history, invent oral history, then they claim native descent of invaded groups. Surely Turkic groups infiltrated numerous tribes and lands but not extensively.

They created wounds which after left untreated for long time became gangrenous. With influence on media, academia, public beliefs, religion, and politics they managed to maintain and strengthen all their myths. The world need to discover and recognized what really happened and how much damages had been done. Only then nations can reclaim their true history.

The peoples of Europe, Asia, and Africa are in deep slumber indeed. Even God’s prophets and messengers couldn’t wake them up.

One more piece in human puzzling history:

Scythia in Central Asia was huge civilized land and nation neighboring to Turkic groups in Mongolia. Scythians became the first victims of Turkic raids and enslavement.

From Scythia the Turkic groups with their Turkified slaves and wealth they spread into three directions.

1- West to Volga and Don rivers and to Eastern Europe in 700 BC where they created European Scythians, Sarmatians,  Cimmerians, Caucasians, and Thracians (all Slavs and Balkans)

2- South to Afghanistan and north India where they did the same and created new stock around 700 BC.

3- South-West to Iran and Mesopotamia where they subjugated the Iranians and after 100 years created Persia  in 550 BC. This group created the Jews and Judaism (the religion of Ezra), and replaced the Israelite and the religion of Moses.

The Caucasian and Persian branches of these Turkic groups together took over Anatolia, Levant, Arabia, and North Africa. They Turkified all the nations in these regions and destroyed their civilizations since 500 BC.

Money Businesses from Babylonia to Court Jews to the Rothschilds


the tradition amongst Babylonian Jews of wearing turbans started in distant antiquity and continued uninterrupted until the early, or mid-20th century

the tradition amongst Babylonian Jews of wearing turbans started in distant antiquity and continued uninterrupted until the early, or mid-20th century

There is no evidence that money businesses played any role in the pre-Exilic era in old Israel. According to the ethos of the original Israelite society, then founded on a pronounced agrarian structure, lending was part of the assistance a man owed to his neighbor or brother in need (cf. Deut. 23:21).

But during the Babylonian era Jews were prepared to take over the Israelite and had greater opportunities to come into contact with experienced Turkic Persian lending practices and to participate in credit operations. After the Exile, money businesses became common in the new Jewish land.

Meanwhile, the most important Jewish community of Babylonia , were given an impulse toward a new way of life by the longstanding traditions of a capitalist type of economy existing around them. In Babylonia, Jews engaged in financial transactions: some were farmers of taxes and customs, and the wealthiest of them were landowners. However, Talmudic references show that the standards of an agrarian economy were still dominant and therefore gamblers and usurers were not thought trustworthy witnesses.

Esther was a Jewish queen of the Persian king Ahasuerus. Ahasuerus is traditionally identified with Xerxes I during the time of the Achaemenid Empire

Esther was a Jewish queen of the Persian king Ahasuerus. Ahasuerus is traditionally identified with Xerxes I during the time of the Achaemenid Empire

(The Jews say that Esther, was an orphan daughter of a Benjamite named Abihail. But it is well known that the captives were the rulers and courts of the Israelite mainly from the House of King David. Definitely, Esther was not from the Israelite captives, but she was Jewish. This indicates that the Jews were not Israelite.)

Another important Jewish colony was to be found at Alexandria , center of the trade between the Mediterranean and the Arabian and Indian world, where Jews were engaged not only in commerce and international trade but in moneylending too. According to Josephus , a Jewish tax agent was able to make a loan of 3,000 talents. The alabarch Alexander Lysimachus, who loaned King Agrippa I 200,000 drachmas, was also the steward of Antonia, mother of Emperor Claudius. Another Alexandrian Jew was treasurer to Candace, queen of Ethiopia.

With the rapid development of city life and commerce in the Caliphate of Baghdad from the late eighth century and the transition of the majority of Jews under caliphate rule from agriculture and a village environment to the cities, banking became one of the occupations of some upper-class Jews, especially in Baghdad and later under the Fatimids (from 968) in Egypt.

This Jahbadhiyya, as it was called, was a form of banking based on the savings and economic activities of the whole Jewish merchant class and not only on the fortunes of the very rich: the bankers loaned to the state and its officers money deposited with them as well as from their own fortunes.

The vast sums at the disposal of these Jewish bankers and their relative immunity from confiscation by the autocratic authorities both tend to confirm that these Jewish “court bankers” from the beginning of the tenth century onward were well-known to their Muslim debtors as a kind of “deposit banker” for Jewish merchants.

Under the Fatimid caliph al-Mustanṣir the brothers Abu Saʿd al-Tustarī and Abu Naṣr Ḥesed b. Sahl al-Tustarī (both died in 1048) were influential in the finances of Egypt. With the rise of Saladin and the foundation of the Ayyubid dynasty in Egypt (1169), the position of the Jews deteriorated but they were able to continue their money changing activities at least. Toward the end of the Mamluk period (1517), Samuel, a moneychanger in Cairo, must have possessed considerable wealth, for the Arab chronicler Ibn Iyās tells that the sultan extorted from him more than 500,000 dinars.

During the Muslim rule on the Iberian peninsula, Córdoba Jews were active in the financial administration in the tenth and eleventh centuries. This period shows a highly developed money economy existing before the First and Second Crusades.

In the Middle Ages, the Church, in a misapplication of the Biblical prohibition against charging interest, forbade interest in all instances. The Talmud, in contrast, created an economic system in which loans could be converted into investments, so interest could accrue from them, but under the Christian interpretation, no credit market was possible. The way the Church got around that was by forcing the Jews to become the bankers. Back then, though, they were called “money lenders,” which is a much more pejorative term. “Banker,” at least at one time, represented a term of honor.

Jews were sought out by their rulers in the early days of exile in Europe. The Roman armies marching north in Europe, along the Rhine river, encouraged Jewish money lenders and traders to accompany them. They were the founders of the earliest Ashkenzic communities, such as Mainz, Speyer, Worms, and Trier. Individual Jews managed to carve out niches of influence within the upper echelons of Muslim and Christian society. Invariably this resulted from their commercial acumen or access to the ruler.

The template for the Court Jew is nearly as old as the Jews themselves. Mordechai succeeded Haman as vizier to Ahasuerus, the King of Persia. Yehuda Ha-Nasi (c.135-220) was a confidante of Roman Antonine Emperors. Later, Jews became faithful allies to the first Ummayad Caliph, Mu’awiya.

In 797 Isaac the Jew represented Caliph Harun al-Rashid in negotiations with Charlemagne. Between 880 and 930 the jahbadhiyya, (wealthy Jewish bankers), gained enormous influence with the Abbasid Caliphs of Baghdad.

In Spain c. 950, Hisdai ibn Shaprut was appointed counsellor to the Caliph Abd al-Rahman III. The Cordoban commentator, poet and nagid (chief) of the Jewish community, Samuel ha-Nagid (Ismail ibn Nagrela, b. 993) was Granada’s vizier and military commander for 20 years.

The formerly anti-Jewish Christian rulers of Spainalso came to rely on Jews. Joseph ibn Ferruziel, called Cidellus, advised King Alfonso VI of Castille. Alfonso VII made Judah ibn Ezra commander of Calatrava in 1147. Several Marannos (crypto-Jews) became politicians, such as Thomas de Souza, first governor of the Portuguese colony of Brazil in 1549. Daniel Rodriguez founded the Balkan port of Split at Venice’s behest.

Samson Wertheimer (1658-1724) was a rabbi, financier and Court Jew under Leopold I. He was one the original founders of the Viennese Jewish community in modern times.

Samson Wertheimer (1658-1724) was a rabbi, financier and Court Jew under Leopold I. He was one the original founders of the Viennese Jewish community in modern times.

In 1577 the Hapsburg Emperor Rudolph II appointed a Prague merchant, Marcus Meisel, as Europe’s first modern court Jew. Meisel advised Rudolph, financed wars against Turkey and built amenities for Jews throughout Europe. Samuel Oppenheimer (1630-1703) created a dynasty of court Jews. Yet the fate of one descendant, known as ‘Jew Suss’, shows the precarious nature of their power. Suss lost his patron, was charged with subversion and hanged.

Life was more secure for Court Jews under Ottoman rule. Don Joseph Nasi became a pivotal figure at the 16th century Porte. He was made Duke of Naxos. His wife, Dona Gracia, facilitated the return of Jews to Tiberias. Saleh Sassoon of Baghdad was chief treasurer to the pashas (provincial governors) from 1781 to 1817.

Several baptized Jews achieved success in 19th century Europe. Benjamin Disraeli was Conservative Prime Minister of Britain in 1868 and 1874-80. As civil society progressed, Jews entered politics in their own right. These included Adolphe-Isaac Cremieux, Justice Minister and leader of France’s 1848 Revolution; Walter Rathenau, Foreign Minister in Germany’s Weimar Republic; Leon Blum, first Socialist Premier of France (1936-7); many early Bolsheviks; and Henry Kissinger, US Secretary of State in the 1970s.

The political experience Jews gained in gentile courts and assemblies prepared them for self-rule in 20th century Israel. Yet they learnt the most valuable lessons within their own Jewish autarchies.

Jewish money lending worked as follows. The Count or nobleman of the town would loan money to the Jew, and the Jew in turn would loan money to the non-Jewish peasants. The Jew became the middleman, which was a very dangerous position. The interest rates were usurious in those times – 30% or 40% – so the peasants had a hard time paying anything back. And if the Jew didn’t collect the money, the nobleman would kill him. Therefore, the Jew had to have a large spread in the middle in order to be able to cover his losses and still make a living.

King Faisal (front, second from left) visiting Jewish dignitaries in Baghdad

King Faisal (front, second from left) visiting Jewish dignitaries in Baghdad

German Jews came to their full bloom in the years shortly after the 30-year war, when the Germany of the monolithic “Holy Roman Empire” fell into three small duchies and municipalities, each with financial worries and needs for financing. The local dukes and princes would reach into the ghettos of Germany to select skilled Jews with proven ability to manipulate money. Some of these rulers had insatiable appetites for money — to be used on their lavish courts, their military campaigns and repayment of old debts. This need created the position of the Court Jew, occupied by an exceptionally fine class of Jews who excelled in finance but also in their concern for their suffering and oppressed brethren. Some of the finest Court Jews were Oppenheim, Wertheirmer of Vienna and Behrend Lehmann of Halberstadt in the 17th century. Without them, German Judaism would have died out.

They also laid the foundation for the great banking families of the 18th century. As an example, Behrend Lehmann who had achieved the position of virtual Minister of Finance to the King of Saxonia, established far-flung branches of his business with sons and nephews manning offices in various European cities. Lehmann’s example was copied by the Rothschilds a few decades after his death. By distributing five sons — to Vienna, Paris, London, Naples and Frankfurt — the founder of the dynasty, Moshe Amsehl Rothschild, established one of the most powerful financial empires the Jews ever possessed. But the Rothschilds were not alone in achieving banking greatness.

Here is a partial list of Jewish bankers and the dates when they were founded: 1750 N.M. Bamberger, Berlin; 1764 Gebrueder Veit, Berlin; 1795 Joseph Mendelshn Berlin; 1798 M.M. Warburg, Hamburg; 1803 S. Bleichroder, Berlin; 1811 Leopold Seligman, Cologne; 1815 A.S. Goldshmidt, Coblenz.

In the 18th century, there was a Jew in Frankfurt Am Main by the name of Mayer Amshel Rothschild. Like many other Jews, he was a money lender, except that among his debtors was the Duke of Bavaria. Rothschild came up with a brilliant idea. He had five sons, so he sent each one to a different country. One went to London, one went to Paris, one went to Vienna, one went to Naples, and one stayed with him in Frankfurt. That created what we today call “international banking.” Until then, if you wanted to send money from Germany to England, how would you exchange the currency? Who in Germany trusted someone in London to do this? The same principle that the Sephardic Jews used in trade, they brought to the next level in a world whose economy had become far more complex.

Because of the trust between the brothers, the Rothschilds created an international banking system, and within a century, they were among the wealthiest families in the world, and they remained so until the Nazis confiscated everything they had. They have since rebuilt themselves, but never to what they once were, relatively speaking. But that became a new concept in the world: that you could have a banking company in Switzerland with offices in New York, London, and Paris, and everybody could do business that way, crossing international borders.

There is a legend told that on the day of the Battle of Waterloo, Nathan Mayer Rothschild came to the floor of the London Stock Exchange, leaned against a pillar, and started selling. It was well known that the Rothschilds had their own independent sources of information and intelligence, and nobody knew the results of the battle, so when he began to sell, everyone thought that England had lost, and they began selling, too.

That forced a panic in the market. As much as 15%-20% of the value of the stocks fell in about three hours. And after they had fallen so low, Rothschild turned around and began buying. It is said that he knew all along that the Duke of Wellington had defeated Napoleon and that the British market would go up. And when the official news came the next day that the British had won, the market went up 1000 points, making Rothschild even wealthier. It is reputed that on that coup alone, a substantial amount of the Rothschild fortune was made. That legend has been used against the Jewish people because somehow it doesn’t seem fair.

On Jan. 13, 1489, Rabbi Chemor of Arles (Provence, France), wrote to the Grand Sandhedrin, which had its seat at Constantinople, for advice, as the people of Arles were threatening the synagogues. What should the Jews do? The answer was as follows:

Dear beloved brethren in Moses. We have received your letter in which you tell us of the anxieties and misfortunes which you are enduring. We are pierced by as great pain to hear it as yourselves.: The advice of the Grand Satraps and Rabbis is the following:

1) As for what you say that the King of France obliges you to become Christians; do it, since you cannot do otherwise, but let the law of Moses be kept in your hearts.

2) As for what you say about the command to despoil you of your goods: make your sons merchants, that little by little they may despoil the Christians of theirs.

3) As for what you say about their making attempts on your lives: make your sons doctors and apothecaries, that they may take away Christian lives.

4) As for what you say of their destroying your synagogues: make your sons canons and clerics in order that they may destroy their churches.

5) As for the many other vexations you complain of: arrange that your sons become advocates and lawyers, and see that they always mix themselves up with the affairs of State, in order that by putting Christians under your yoke you may dominate the world and be avenged on them.

6) Do not swerve from this order that we give you, because you will find by experience that, humiliated as you are, you will reach the actuality of power.

Constantinople Elders of Jewry, signed V.S.S.V.F.F.Prince of the Jews, 21st November, 1489.

This letter was reprinted in Revue des estudes Juives Paris France 1889. The newspaper, Revue des estudes Juives, was financed by James de Rothschild (Jakob Rothschild) a Jew, who managed the Paris branch of his father’s European banking empire.

Jesus Christ was Crucified by Turkic Jews NOT by Romans


The Six Stages Of Jesus' Illegal Trial

The Six Stages Of Jesus’ Illegal Trial

In the New Testament, the Sanhedrin trial of Jesus refers to the trial of Jesus before the Sanhedrin (a Jewish judicial body) following his arrest in Jerusalem and prior to his dispensation by Pontius Pilate. It is an event reported by all four Canonical gospels of the New Testament, although John’s Gospel does not explicitly mention a Sanhedrin trial in this context.

Jesus is generally quiet, does not mount a defense, and rarely responds to the accusations, but is condemned by the Jewish authorities when he will not deny that he is the Son of God. The Jewish leaders then take Jesus to Pontius Pilate, the governor of Roman Judaea, and ask that he be tried for claiming to be the King of the Jews.

Jesus about to be struck in front of the High Priest Annas, as in John 18:22, depicted by Madrazo, 1803

Jesus about to be struck in front of the High Priest Annas, as in John 18:22, depicted by Madrazo, 1803

Providing an account of the trial of Jesus presents challenges. The task is daunting because almost our entire understanding of events comes from five divergent accounts, each of which was written by people who did not know Jesus directly and for a distinct audience from fifteen to seventy years after the trial.

The night of Jesus’ arrest, He was brought before Annas, Caiaphas, and an assembly of religious leaders called the Sanhedrin (John 18:19-24; Matthew 26:57). After this He was taken before Pilate, the Roman Governor (John 18:23), sent off to Herod (Luke 23:7), and returned to Pilate (Luke 23:11-12), who finally sentenced Him to death.

Sanhedrin

Sanhedrin Jewish Plot

There were six parts to Jesus’ trial: three stages in a religious court and three stages before a Roman court. Jesus was tried before Annas, the former high priest; Caiaphas, the current high priest; and the Sanhedrin. He was charged in these “ecclesiastical” trials with blasphemy, claiming to be the Son of God, the Messiah.

The trials before Jewish authorities, the religious trials, showed the degree to which the Jewish leaders hated Him because they carelessly disregarded many of their own laws. There were several illegalities involved in these trials from the perspective of Jewish law: (1) No trial was to be held during feast time. (2) Each member of the court was to vote individually to convict or acquit, but Jesus was convicted by acclamation. (3) If the death penalty was given, a night must pass before the sentence was carried out; however, only a few hours passed before Jesus was placed on the Cross. (4) The Jews had no authority to execute anyone. (5) No trial was to be held at night, but this trial was held before dawn. (6) The accused was to be given counsel or representation, but Jesus had none. (7) The accused was not to be asked self-incriminating questions, but Jesus was asked if He was the Christ.

The trials before the Roman authorities started with Pilate (John 18:23) after Jesus was beaten. The charges brought against Him were very different from the charges in His religious trials. He was charged with inciting people to riot, forbidding the people to pay their taxes, and claiming to be King. Pilate found no reason to kill Jesus so he sent Him to Herod (Luke 23:7).

Herod had Jesus ridiculed but, wanting to avoid the political liability, sent Jesus back to Pilate (Luke 23:11–12). This was the last trial as Pilate tried to appease the animosity of the Jews by having Jesus scourged. The Roman scourge was a terrible whipping designed to remove the flesh from the back of the one being punished.

In a final effort to have Jesus released, Pilate offered the prisoner Barabbas to be crucified and Jesus released, but to no avail. The crowds called for Barabbas to be released and Jesus to be crucified. Pilate granted their demand and surrendered Jesus to their will (Luke 23:25). The trials of Jesus represent the ultimate mockery of justice. Jesus, the most innocent man in the history of the world, was found guilty of crimes and sentenced to death by crucifixion.

Jesus Christ was Crucified by Turkic Jews NOT by Romans

Jesus Christ was Crucified by Turkic Jews NOT by Romans

The Jews are Turkic colonizers and rulers who were fraudulently brought to Israel after 510 BC under a fake claim that they were the decedents of Israelite captives in Babylonia. The real captives were few hundreds from the House of David and their courts and they never returned from captivity. The Jewish community was invented by the Turkic colonizers of that part of Assyria that they invaded and named it Noe-Babylonia.

Christ before Pilate

Christ before Pilate

The new Turkic Jewish community formed a formidable and influential minority which was supported and directed by the Turkic Persian Empire. For several hundred years the managed to subjugate and destroy the Semite Hebrew Israelite, the Torah, and the whole social and political system in Israel. The new Turkic Jews used businesses, religion, and politics to overwhelm the Israelite, and claim that they are also Israelite.

In around 33 AD, Jesus traveled to the city of Jerusalem for the Hebrew Passover. There were thousands of pilgrims from around the world and the temple provided services for them to change their foreign money or buy animals to sacrifice.

It is said that Jesus was furious. He believed that trade like this corrupted the holy site. According to the Gospel of St John, he wrecked the stalls of the moneylenders and drove them all out of the temple.

The coming Yeshua “Jesus” was most welcomed by the real Israelites, but it outraged and threatened the Turkic Jews. The Jews knew that what they had built over 500 years was about to collapse by Yeshua the Savior.

It is very obvious that the Turkic Jewish authorities were more terrified and challenged from Jesus than did the Roman colonizers. If the Jews were really Israelite they should have welcomed, protected, and supported Jesus.

The Turkic Jews and their supporting Turkic relatives in the Parthian Empire decided and succeeded in crucifying Yeshua Jesus the Christ with hateful and fake religious accusations despite the strong reluctant of the Roman authorities.

The Romans were just, merciful, and reasonable than Jews, although the Romans were colonizers. It is quite obvious that the Jews are not Israelite. The Jews were threatened and outraged by Jesus and considered Him a disaster to their frauds and fake Turkic religion concocted in Turkic Babylon during the captivity of the House of David.

Judaism is the religion of Turkic Ezra not the religion of Israelite Moses and Jesus.

The Turkic Origin of Jews Made in Babylonian Iraq in 530 BC


Map of the Babylonian Captivity

Map of the Babylonian Captivity

The Turkic origins of the first Jews and Babylonian Talmudic Judaism

In 627 BC, the Assyrian Empire came under series of raids from brutal unknown nomadic groups. The development of the events are not known with certainty. The raids intensified upon the death of Ashurbanipal, king of Assyria in 626 BC.

It became apparent that hordes of Turkic Persians raiders with slaves from Scythia, Cimmerian, and Media crossed the borders of the Assyrian Empire, destroying Ashkelon and raiding as far as Egypt. They took over the city of Babylon from the Assyrians and made it their center, then Calah (Nimrud) was burned, but the strong walls of Nineveh protected the remnants of the Assyrian army that had taken refuge there.

In 612 BC the Assyrian capital Nineveh was raided by the Turkified Medes, Scythians, Babylonians and other bandits. As a protection, the Assyrians moved their capital to Harran. When Harran was captured by the same raiding Turkic groups in 609 BC, the Assyrian capital was once again moved, this time to Carchemish, on the Euphrates River, in north western Assyria in what is today north Syria, near Turkey.

In 609 BC Pharaoh Necho II  of Egypt decided to came to assist the Assyrian king Ashur-uballit II. He led the Egyptian army and marched to fight against the raiders. The Egyptian army of Pharaoh Necho II was delayed by a fight against the forces of King Josiah of Judah. Josiah was killed, and his army was defeated in the Battle of Megiddo (609 BC).

In 605 BC the armies of Egypt and Assyria came together to defend the Assyrian Empire against the raiders of Turkicified Medes, Persians and Scythians who came from Noe-Babylonia. The Egyptians and Assyrians together crossed the Euphrates and laid siege to Harran, which they failed to retake. They then retreated to the new capital Carchemish. Turkic raiders followed them and attacked Carchemish.

The Egyptian and Assyrian forces were destroyed by the raiders led by Nebuchadnezzar II at Carchemish. From that day Assyria ceased to exist as a sovereign state, and Egypt retreated and was no longer a significant force in the Ancient Near East. This victory created what is called the Noe-Babylonian Empire 626 BC till 539 BC with its capital in Babylon, which became the only power in the region after 605 BC.

The Noe-Babylonian Empire 626 BC–539 BC was really not Babylonian but rather Turkic rule over defeated Babylonians. Neo-Babylonian had 6 Turkic destructive irrational kings in only 87 years. They were: Nabu-apla-usur (Nabopolassar) 626 – 605 BC, Nabu-kudurri-usur II (Nebuchadnezzar) 605 – 562 BC, Amel-Marduk 562 – 560 BC, Neriglissar 560 – 556 BC, Labaši-Marduk (Labashi-Marduk) 556 BC, and Nabonidus 556 – 539 BC.

Kingdoms of Israel and Judah

Kingdoms of Israel and Judah

Captivity of Members of the House of David and Their Courts

After the Battle of Carchemish in 605 BC, Nebuchadnezzar, the second king of Noe-Babylon, besieged Jerusalem, and forced King Jehoiakim to pay annual tributes to Noe-Babylonia.  Jehoiakim complied but later on refused to pay tribute in Nebuchadnezzar’s fourth year, which led to another siege in Nebuchadnezzar’s seventh year, culminating with the death of Jehoiakim and the capture and deportation of King Jeconiah and his court.

The term “Exile” is not accurate at all because it was actually “Deportation”. Deportation to Babylon became a regular punishment for the ruling House of David and their court if they fail to pay tributes. Jeconiah’s successor Zedekiah and others were arrested and deported in Nebuchadnezzar’s eighteenth year.

A later deportation occurred in Nebuchadnezzar’s twenty-third year. The dates, numbers of deportations, and numbers of deportees given in the biblical accounts vary. These deportations are dated to 597 BC for the first, with others dated at 587/586 BC, and 582/581 BC respectively.

During the Babylonian Captivity or Babylonian Exile (597 BC – 539 BC) only few hundreds of Israelite were taken captives to Babylonia. Only members of the House of David and few of the elite were taken to Babylon in captivity.

After recovering from the immediate impact of war, the Israelites continued to have a life not much different from what had gone before. In 586 BC Jerusalem was destroyed by the Turkic Noe-Babylonia to terrorize the Israelites and as a further punishment for not paying the annual tributes.

Archaeological studies have revealed that the population of Judah were not deported, and although Jerusalem was utterly destroyed, other parts of Judah continued to be inhabited during the period of the exile.

In 549 BC Cyrus, another Turkic warlord in Persia, fought against Astyages, king of Media, at Ecbatana. Astyages’ army betrayed him to his enemy, and Cyrus established himself as ruler of all the Iranic peoples, as well as the pre-Iranian Elamites and Gutians. By this power grab the Turkic Persian rule of the Achaemenid dynasty was established in 550 BC. And Iran, and the Aryan Iranians became Turkified and turned into Persia, and Persians.

The Turkic Persian king of Achaemenid, Cyrus the Great, took over power from the failing irrational Turkic rulers of Noe-Babylonia in 539 BC. He then organized massive colonization of Judea and Samaria with a pretext of returning the captive Israelite rulers.

Cyrus sent hundreds of thousands of Turkic people to maintain and deepen the colonization of Judah and Samaria, claiming that the returnees were the descendants of the original rulers. The Turkic migration and colonization which was called the return of the captives was a continuous process rather than a single event, and most of the deportees or their descendants did not return.

With such grand systematic deception complete demographic changes took place over many decades. After long strong policy of colonization and discrimination ten of the tribes of Israel were lost forever. The Semite Israelites in what were the Kingdoms of Judah and Samaria were absorbed and controlled by Turkic colonizers and the Semitic Israelite became Mongoloid.

According to the biblical book of Ezra, construction of the second temple in Jerusalem began around 537 BCE. All these events are considered very significant in the creation of the Jewish people, and had a far-reaching impact on the development of Judaism. With these changes Israel, the Israelites, and the Torah were superseded by a Turkic colony also called Israel, Jews, Judaism, and the Talmud.

Judah, now called Yehud, was a Persian province, and the returnees, with their Turkic Persian connections in Noe-Babylon, were in control of all the land of Israelites. They represented also the descendants of the old “Yahweh-alone” movement, but the religion they instituted was significantly different from both monarchic Yahwism and modern Judaism.

These differences include new concepts of priesthood, a new focus on new codes to preserving “purity” by prohibiting intermarriage outside the community of this new “Israel”. These these new rules certainly gave the new Turkic elites and rabbis great powers and opportunities over the Israelites and allowed the Turkic stock to breed in their new “homeland”.

How Talmudic Judaism was Invented?

Moses died in 1272 BC leaving behind him the Written Torah. After 1070 years from Moses’ death the first part of the Talmud, the Mishnah, appeared. The Talmud is written in Tannaitic Hebrew and Jewish Babylonian Aramaic and contains the teachings and opinions of thousands of rabbis (dating from 200 CE to 600 CE) on a variety of subjects, including Halakha (law), Jewish ethics, philosophy, customs, history, lore and many other topics.

Mishnaic Hebrew also called Tannaitic Hebrew or Late Rabbinic Hebrew or Amoraic Hebrew found primarily from the 1st to the 4th centuries of the Common Era, corresponding to the Roman period after the destruction of the Temple in Jerusalem, it was a spoken language (and not restricted to writing).

The Talmud is the basic codes of rabbinic Jewish law. According to Rabbinic Judaism, the Oral Torah, or Oral Law (which is said to be the basis of the Talmud), represents those laws, statutes, and legal interpretations that were not recorded in the Five Books of Moses, the “Written Torah”, but nonetheless are regarded by Orthodox Jews as prescriptive and co-given.

The Talmud is considered as a central text of Rabbinic Judaism. It is traditionally referred to as Shas, a Hebrew abbreviation of shisha sedarim, the “six orders”, a reference to the six orders of the Mishnah. The term “Talmud” normally refers to the collection of writings named specifically the Babylonian Talmud. Talmud is often called “the discussions of Abaye and Rava” (two rabbis).

The Talmud has two parts, the first part is the Mishnah, and the second is the Gemara. “Talmud” translates literally as “instruction” in Hebrew, and the term may refer to either the Gemara alone or the Mishnah and Gemara together.

The Mishnah is an edited record of the complex body of material known as oral Torah that was transmitted in the aftermath of the destruction of the Second Temple in 70 CE. It was compiled by Rabbi Yehudah haNasi “the prince” who was wealthy and he headed an assembly he made during 200–220 CE. It is a written compendium of Rabbinic Judaism’s Oral Torah.

The Gemara, (from Aramaic verb Gamar means study) (compiled during 200- 600 CE), is an elucidation of the Mishnah and related Tannaitic writings that often ventures onto other subjects and expounds broadly on the Hebrew Bible.

Although the two parts of the Talmud were written several hundred years after the Exile but it is called Babylonian Talmud. When people speak of “the Talmud,” they are usually referring to the Talmud Bavli – with a Persian use of “V”- (Babylonian Talmud), composed in Babylonia (modern-day Iraq).

However, there is also another version of the Talmud, the Talmud Yerushalmi (Jerusalem Talmud), compiled in what is now northern Israel. The Yerushalmi, also called the Palestinian Talmud or the Talmud Eretz Yisrael (Talmud of the Land of Israel), is shorter than the Bavli, and has traditionally been considered the less authoritative of the two Talmuds.

The Gemara part of the Yerushalmi, though, differs significantly in both content and style from that of the Bavli. The Yerushalmi Gemara is primarily written in Palestinian Aramaic, which is quite different from the Babylonian dialect.

During the Babylonian captivity of the 6th and 5th centuries BC, certain circles in Babylon redefined pre-existing ideas about monotheism, election, divine law and Covenant into a strict monotheistic theology which came to dominate the former Judah in the following centuries.

From the 5th century BC until 70 CE, the Jewish religion developed into the various theological schools of Second Temple Judaism, besides Hellenistic Judaism in the Diaspora. Second Temple Judaism was significantly influenced by Zoroastrianism. The text of the Hebrew Bible was redacted into its extant form in this period and possibly also canonized as well.

Rabbinic Judaism developed during the 3rd to 6th centuries CE; the Masoretic Text of the Hebrew Bible and the Talmud were compiled in this period. The oldest manuscripts of the Masoretic tradition come from the 10th and 11th centuries CE; in the form of the Aleppo Codex of the later portions of the 10th century CE and the Leningrad Codex dated to 1008–1009 CE. Due largely to censoring and the burning of manuscripts in medieval Europe the oldest existing manuscripts of various rabbinical works are quite late. The oldest surviving complete manuscript copy of the Babylonian Talmud is dated to 1342 CE.

The Yahweh-alone party returned to Jerusalem after the Persian conquest of Babylon and became the ruling elite of Yehud. Much of the Hebrew Bible was assembled, revised and edited by them in the 5th century BCE, including the Torah (the books of Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, and Deuteronomy), the historical works, and much of the prophetic and Wisdom literature.The growing collection of scriptures was translated into Greek in the Hellenistic period by the Jews of the Egyptian diaspora, while the Babylonian Jews produced the court tales of the Book of Daniel (chapters 1-6 of Daniel – chapters 7-12 were a later addition), and the books of Tobit and Esther.

Other scholars contend that the development of a strict monotheism was the result of cultural diffusion between Persians and Hebrews. While (in practice) dualistic, Zoroastrianism believed in eschatological monotheism (i.e. only one god in the end). Some suggest that it is not merely coincidence that the Zoroastrianism’s model of eschatological monotheism and the Deuteronomic historians strictly monotheistic model receive formative articulations during the period after Persia overthrew Babylon.

Second Temple Judaism was divided into theological factions, notably the Pharisees and the Sadducees, besides numerous smaller sects such as the Essenes, messianic movements such as Early Christianity, and closely related traditions such as Samaritanism (which gives us the Samaritan Pentateuch, an important witness of the text of the Torah independent of the Masoretic Text).

Map of the 7 Nations of Ancient Canaan

Map of the 7 Nations of Ancient Canaan

12 Tribes of Israel Map

12 Tribes of Israel Map

The Establishment of Ancient Israel

Canaan was a region in the Ancient Near East during the late 2nd millennium BC. It corresponds to southern part of the land east to the Mediterranean (southern Levant). According to the Table of Nations in the Book of Genesis, Ham was a son of Noah and the father of Cush, Mizraim, Phut and Canaan. In this way Canaanites are Hamites and not Semites. Canaanites is used more broadly to refer to all the inhabitants of the land, including the Hivites, Girgashites, Jebusites, Amorites, Hittites, and Perizzites.

The Promised Land is the land which, according to the Tanakh (the Hebrew Bible), was promised and subsequently given by God to Abraham and his descendants. The promise was first made to Abraham (Genesis 15:18-21), then confirmed to his son Isaac (Genesis 26:3), and then to Isaac’s son Jacob (Genesis 28:13), Abraham’s grandson. The Promised Land was described in terms of the territory from the River of Egypt to the Euphrates river (Exodus 23:31).

A smaller area of former Canaanite land and land east of the Jordan River was conquered and occupied by the descendants of Jacob “Israel”, the Israelites, after Moses led the Exodus out of Egypt (Numbers 34:1-12), and this occupation was interpreted as God’s fulfillment of the promise (Deuteronomy 1:8). Moses anticipated that God might subsequently give the Israelites land reflecting the boundaries of God’s original promise, if they were obedient to the covenant (Deuteronomy 19:8-9).

Jacob had 12 sons and at least one daughter (Dinah) by two wives and two concubines. According to the biblical tradition, the twelve sons fathered the twelve tribes of Israel.  The Twelve Tribes of Israel were: Tribe of Reuben, Tribe of Simeon, Tribe of Levi, Tribe of Judah, Tribe of Issachar, Tribe of Zebulun, Tribe of Dan, Tribe of Naphtali, Tribe of Gad, Tribe of Asher, Tribe of Joseph, and Tribe of Benjamin.

Jacob elevated the descendants of Ephraim and Manasseh (the two sons of Joseph and his Egyptian wife Asenath) to the status of full tribes in their own right, replacing the tribe of Joseph. This way the Tribes of Israel became 13.

There is no indication that the Israelites ever lived in Ancient Egypt, the Sinai Peninsula shows almost no sign of any occupation for the entire 2nd millennium BC, and even Kadesh-Barnea, where the Israelites are said to have spent 38 years, was uninhabited prior to the establishment of the Israelite monarchy.

The Exodus is the founding period of Israel. It tells their departure under the leadership of Moses, the revelations at Sinai (including the Ten Commandments), and their wanderings in the wilderness up to the borders of Canaan.

The historicity of the Exodus story has long been a subject of debate. The current archeological evidence does not support the historical accuracy of the biblical narrative, and the opinion of the overwhelming majority of modern scholars is that it was shaped into its final present form in the post-captivity period.

According to historian Carol Redmount, “Presumably an original Exodus story lies hidden somewhere inside all the later revisions and alterations, but centuries of transmission have long obscured its presence, and its substance, accuracy and date are now difficult to determine.”

Moses lived during 1393-1273 BC. The biblical description of the conquest of Canaan has been shrouded in a cloud of doubt for many years. At the turn of the century, the biblical consistent date of 1400 B.C. was the generally accepted date for the conquest.

The period from the conquest of the Promised Land under the leadership of Joshua until the formation of the first Kingdom of Israel, passed with the tribes forming a loose confederation.

Canaan became the land of Kingdom of Israel (United) during 1050 BC–930 BC. In 930 BC, after a civil war, the Kingdom of Israel was divided into two kingdoms. According to the Hebrew Bible, the Kingdom of Israel (Samaria) in the north 930 BC–720 BC was one of two successor states to the former United Kingdom of Israel. Kingdom of Judah 9th or 8th century BC – 586 BC was the southern successor to a united first Kingdom of Israel.

Map showing the borders of the Promised Land, based on Bible in Numbers 34 and Ezekiel 47

Map showing the borders of the Promised Land, based on Bible in Numbers 34 and Ezekiel 47

Map showing one interpretation of the borders of the Promised Land, based on God's promise to Abraham (Genesis 15)-Greater Israel map

Map showing one interpretation of the borders of the Promised Land, based on God’s promise to Abraham (Genesis 15)-Greater Israel map

The united first Kingdom of Israel in 1020 BC

The united first Kingdom of Israel in 1020 BC

Hitler Was Not Anti-Semitic or Anti Slavic But Anti Turkish


Hitler Was Not Anti-Semitic or Anti Slavic But Anti Turkish

Hitler Was Not Anti-Semitic or Anti Slavic But Anti Turkish

Hitler and the Nazi were against the Khazar Ashkenazi Jews in Germany and in the Slavic Eastern Europe who claimed late conversion to Judaism.

It is impossible to tell if Hitler knew that they are not Semites or Israelite, but only new Asian Jews. The original Semitic Israeli nation was shocked and was terrified and the Turkish Khazar Jews knew and manipulated this situation for their interests.

Calling Hitler’s and Nazi’s actions against Turkic Khazar Jews as Anti-Antisemitism is ironic since the Khazar Ashkenazi Jews are not Semites at all.

The processes of inventing Jews, the Talmud, and Judaism is explained in the following article: The Invention of Judaism in Babylonian Iraq  and in another article Replacing Semitic Judeans and Torah with Turkic Jews and Talmud

Turkic History in 6-minute video

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