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Why There Are Similarities between Yakut and Ashkenazim DNA?


Why There Are Similarities between Yakut and Ashkenazim DNA

Why There Are Similarities between Yakut and Ashkenazim DNA

The Ashkenazim are certainly of Turkic Mongolian origin, same as the Yakut, and both are horse-riding nomads. The raids of Turkic Mongolians using horses expanded their invasions to the west and south to Rome and India. Collectively, Ashkenazi are less genetically diverse than other Jewish ethnic divisions. The Khazar developed very late in 750 AD compared to Turkic Mongolian raids in 1800 BC.

It is unreasonable to claim that Jews are an ethnic group because Jewishness in fact is a political association that was initiated by Turkic Mongolian but very soon it became a very heterogeneous assembly due to Turkic Mongolian vast raids, excessive slavery of nations, and intensive miscegenation to breed and change their physical appearance to look like Caucasians and Europeans. Let us first give brief definition of the Yakut then show a genetic study on their origin.

Yakuts (Sakha: Саха, Sakha) are a Turkic people who mainly inhabit the Sakha Republic (Yakutia) in North East Asia. The Yakut language belongs to the Siberian branch of the Turkic languages. Yakuts mainly live in the Republic of Sakha in the Russian Federation, with some extending to the Amur, Magadan, Sakhalin regions, and the Taymyr and Evenk Autonomous Districts.

The Yakuts are divided into two basic groups based on geography and economics. Yakuts in the north are historically semi-nomadic hunters, fishermen, reindeer breeders, while southern Yakuts engage in animal husbandry focusing on horses and cattle. Yakuts – Wikipedia

Genetically the Yakuts are a hybrid population, but culturally they are Turkic. This is not a totally exceptional pattern. Ashkenazi Jews and many Latin Americans exhibit the same disjunction between genetic admixture, and relative dominance of particular cultural forms as opposed to synthesis. Part of the issue here is that biological and cultural evolution operate differently, with the latter being far more flexible and unconstrained by the inheritance modes imposed by DNA and sexual reproduction.

The Yakuts also may serve as an example of a particular mode of long distance gene flow which was possible only with the rise of horses. The origins of the Yakuts – Gene Expression

A Resource for Turkic and Jewish History in Russia and Ukraine called Khazaria.com (Khazaria.com, established on May 5, 1995 by Kevin Alan Brook, author of The Jews of Khazaria (1st edition, 1999; 2nd edition, 2006), is the leading Internet provider of information about the Khazar Kingdom.) posted the following article: Special Topic: East/Northeast Asian Admixture in Ashkenazic Jews saying:

Occasionally I get comments from Ashkenazic Jews from Eastern Europe that they or certain members of their families have a few physical characteristics typical of East Asian peoples belonging to the Mongoloid race, such as something Asiatic about their eyes, cheekbones, or hair thickness. There are also some photographs of Ashkenazim where such features are faintly evident, although European and Middle Eastern (West Asian and Southwest Asian) phenotypes prevail in most families.

It turns out there is a genetic basis for a small amount of East Asian and Northeast Asian (East Siberian) ancestry in Ashkenazim, just as there is in some neighbors of Ashkenazim such as non-Jewish Hungarians, Ukrainians, Romanians, and Russians, though the Mongoloid inputs into these populations didn’t always come from the same source populations. Let’s review the evidence we have so far: Here (Note:The genetic testing company 23andMe had updated their methodology or their reference samples and the formerly “Yakut” segments in Ashkenazim were usually reclassified as “Broadly East Asian”.)

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Ashkenazim Origin


The history of Ashkenazim is shrouded in mystery. Many theories have arisen speculating on their emergence as a distinct community of Jews.

Here is another hypothesis that makes a lot of sense. It supposes that the origin of Ashkenazim is very much older than the emergence of Khazar Khaganate in c. 650–969 AD. The term Jews (originally Yehudim, Israeli pronunciation [jehuˈdim]) must had appeared only in 535 BC.

The Jews are not Israelite but all Jews originated from Turkic Mongolians, similar to Persians, Turks, Romans, “whitened” Europeans, and Caucasoid Indians. While the Israelite were originally Arab tribe from Yemen. Therefore, the Israelite were Semite; but the Jews are not Semite at all.

The invasions of Turkic Mongolians into the Pontiac-Caspian Steppe which resulted in the formation of Slavic groups in the region, and later all Turkic Khaganates including the Khazar, could had started around 1700 BC.

Abyssinian Hypothesis New Interpretation of Bible History


Abyssinian Hypothesis on Israelite, Hebrew, Jewish History – New Interpretation of Bible History

Judaism: The Greatest Lie Ever Sold


Most jews today (95%) readily admit that they are descendants of Turko-Finnish Mongoloid racial stock which had converted to Pharisaic Babylonian Talmudism (Judaism) around 740 A.D. Since that time, jewdom has continued to miscegenate with the Caucasian race so as to appear less different from the White race and thus further cloak their true identity.

And finally, by deluding the White race through the boundless deception of having them believe that jews are the ‘chosen people’ of the Christian bible, Judaism seems to be effortlessly moving closer and closer to fulfilling its ‘messianic’ goal of world domination by way of constantly getting us to buy the greatest lie ever sold.

via Judaism: The Greatest Lie Ever Sold

Jews Created and Ruled the Roman Empire and the Roman Republic


According to legend Rome was founded in 753 BC by Romulus and Remus, who were raised by a she-wolfThe Romans were unnatural growth from foreign origin. They were not European or had any history. Just suddenly they came out from nowhere.

Despite old common assumptions and false claims that Jews were persecuted in the Roman Empire the facts prove the complete opposite. In reality, Jews created and ruled the Roman Empire and it was their instrument to take over Europe, the Middle East, and Mediterranean.

The history of the Jews in the Roman Empire traces the interaction of Jews and Romans during the period of the Roman Empire (27 BC – AD 476). The transformation of Turkic Mongolian practices into what is called Roman culture began long before the Christian era. Indeed, the city of Rome itself was founded by Turkic Mongolians before they invented the Jews.

Traditional stories handed down by the ancient Romans themselves explain the earliest history of their city in terms of legend and myth. The most familiar of these myths, and perhaps the most famous of all Roman myths, is the story of Romulus and Remus, the twins who were suckled by a she-wolf. This story had to be reconciled with a dual tradition, set earlier in time, the one that had the Trojan refugee Aeneas escape to Italy and found the line of Romans through his son Iulus, the namesake of the Julio-Claudian dynasty. Romulus established cavalry regiments called the Celeres (“the Swift Squadron”). The introduction of horses to Europe is a strong evidence of Turkic Mongolian influence and origin.

The rape of the Sabine Women is part of the Roman history, in which the men of unknown origin committed a mass abduction of young women from the other cities in the region. The Rape occurred in the early history of Rome, shortly after its founding by Romulus and his mostly male followers. Seeking wives in order to establish families, the Romans negotiated unsuccessfully with the Sabines, who populated the surrounding area. After fighting the Sabines agreed to unite with the Romans. Titus Tatius jointly ruled with Romulus until Tatius’s death five years later. The new Sabine residents of Rome settled on the Capitoline Hill.

Rome’s earliest history, from the time of its founding as a small tribal village, to the downfall of its kings, is the least well preserved. The Roman Kingdom (753 BC–509 BC) has no written records and the histories about it that were written during the Republic and Empire are largely based on legends. The wars and violence of the Roman Republic (509 BC–27 BC) were extensive and totally unnatural. The rise of the Roman Empire through the Middle (274–148 BC) and Late (147–30 BC) military campaigns could be attributed to Turkic Mongolian and Jewish assistance.

Jews migrated to Rome and Roman Europe from Canaan, Asia Minor, Babylon and Alexandria. They took advantage of the partition of Alexander’s Empire and the rivalries between his generals after his death in 323 BC to advance their positions and recover their lost gains.

The Roman–Seleucid War (192–188 BC), also known as the War of Antiochos or the Syrian War, was a military conflict between two coalitions led by the Roman Republic and the Seleucid Empire. The fighting took place in Greece, the Aegean Sea and Asia Minor. In Rome, Jewish communities enjoyed privileges and thrived economically, becoming a significant part of the Empire’s population (perhaps as much as ten percent).

Many Jews lived in Rome even during the late Roman period (about 150 BC). Rome was also in military and commercial relations with Jews in the Greek-speaking Levant during the second and first centuries BC, many of whom came to Rome as merchants. Julius Caesar was known as a strong ally of the Jews and Jews mourned his assassination.

The Jews in Rome were very organized and possessed many Jewish temples and works. There were a large number of Jewish communities in southern Italy during this period. For example, Sicily, Calabria and Apulia have strong Jewish influence.

It is certain that Simon Macapius sent an embassy to Rome in 139 BC to strengthen the alliance between Jews and Romans against the Hellenistic Seleucid kingdom. The ambassadors received a warm welcome from the Romans and from the strong Jewish community of Rome. After the successive Jewish riots of 66 and 132 AD, many Jews immigrated to Rome.

“oruma, orumuş” (settlement, sitting, city). This old Turkish word is related Romus. Turks use “Ören” for old ruin city.

Perhaps the Palestinians are not One Nation but Two Nations


Perhaps Palestinians are not One Nation but they are two Nations - Jebusites & Philistia

It is noticeable that geography, politics and culture divide the Palestinians into two distinct, separate and even contradictory and conflicting parts between the West Bank (the Jordan River) and the population of the Gaza Strip. Are these divisions the result of historical and racial differences? To answer this question it is necessary to note the following:
The Jews are a group of Turkic Mongolians who were sent by the colonists to Persia and Babylonia (and they also left Mongols) to displace the Hebrew Israelite of Israel and replace them in Canaan. This has been confirmed by the Samaritans and the Beta Israel Ethiopians, as well as by the loss of the tribes of Israel and other profound ethnic, cultural, religious and political transformations that followed the Babylonian return in 530 BC.

Turkic Mongolians, the origin of Jews, had existed in the region since 1800 BC with various names such as Chasu YHWH and Hyksos. Their raids and destruction caused the collapse of the Bronze Age in 1177 BC for the majority of Mediterranean civilizations and countries. It is a pivotal era documented in archeology and history books. This massive collapse resulted in a large number of large migrations and the emergence of so-called “sea peoples” fugitives and mercenaries. At the time, the Hebrew Israelites were occupying and were present in Canaan and were still allied with the Turkic Mongolians before the collapse of this alliance in 626 BC.

The first waves of Palestinians came with the collapse of the Bronze Age and the fall of the Hittite Empire and civilization in and around Anatolia. The second wave of settlements were to the Philistia region and it was organized by the Turkic Mongolians after they called themselves Jews. This was in 530 BC with the expulsion and dispersal of the Israelites from Canaan. They brought in new immigrant labor and slaves to be added to the first wave of of the sea peoples and they settled the second group in the region of Philistia; and both settlers became known as Palestinians in Western Bank and also in of Philistia despite their differences.

It is clear that the history of settler groups that were later known to the Palestinians occurred on two stages. The first stage is the migrations of the so-called “peoples of the sea”. It is noteworthy that the Jebusites are a group of settlers concentrated in the eastern region of River Jordan and they differed from the Canaanites despite attempts to include them as Canaanites, but they are closer to the Hittites (the peoples of ancient Anatolia). Many scholars consider the origin of the Jebusites is the Hittite. This is confirmed by the gods they worshiped before they converted to Christianity. As well as the similarity between them and Armenians.

The second phase was different Mediterranean groups to replace the expelled and displaced Canaanite and Hebrew. This second group was settled in what is now the Gaza Strip. “Philistia” was first mentioned in the works of the Greek historian Herodotus in the fifth century BC. With the emergence of Christianity the inhabitants of the West Bank, adopted the new religion that emerged in the lands they became advocates and defenders of Christianity in the face of Jews. While the inhabitants of the Gaza Strip remained in their old beliefs until the Islamic conquest came and embraced Islam as a means of coexistence and protection.

Jewish Political Experts Propose Creating Sheikhdoms from Iraq to Sudan


Turkey in Asia new encyclopedic atlas and Gazetteer

Turkey in Asia new encyclopedic atlas and Gazetteer

In July 2014, some Dr. Mordechai Kedar said: “the only thing that deters them (terrorists) is if they know that their sister or their mother will be raped in the event that they are caught.” In December 2014, several scheduled appearances in UK were cancelled for his association with Pamela Geller, a racist from the U.S. who was banned from the U.K.

Recently he recommended dismantling nation-states in the Middle East and Sudan. Melanie Phillips a British Jewess journalist holder of the Orwell Prize for Journalism in 1996, supported this opinion by writing: “Given the carnage in Syria and the intractability of such a complex religious and ethnic civil war, it has often been observed, rightly, that the very notion of one unified country is inimical to Arab culture. It was imposed upon the Arab world after World War One by western countries which either didn’t realise or didn’t care that the nation state was wholly inappropriate for a culture which was fundamentally tribal. What we’ve seen happening, not just in Syria but more widely throughout the Arab world, is the collapse of that nation state model into feuding tribes and clans. Accordingly, some commentators have suggested that the only solution for Syria is to divide it into enclaves reflecting a culturally authentic tribal pattern.” Jews pretend to forget that these nations had great states, history and civilizations, and were not tribal nomads like Turkic Jews and, to lesser extent, the Semite Israelite. (more…)

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