>the stolen blessing
Doesn't that say much when they proudly cite a religious book that black-on-white states they are usurpers?
What is there to say of Christians and Muslims who respect that and identify themselves to that?
>Most are ashkenazi and not even Semitic but I digress
Semitic. Needs to be clarified. Those who have the most obvious Semitic features are less numerous in the American and European Jewish communities, whereas in Israel they are more numerous.
But if there's an error that needs to be corrected as often as possible, it's the idea that Ashkenazim Jews have nothing genetically related to Semites.
That's a classic error and totally false, that of "they are just converts". It's not hard to find typical Jewish features in certain Ashkenazim. True, some seem dimmed, obviously because of genetic mixing, but they always have at least one or two which can be spotted if you look closely. Features they share with their browner counsins.
Those German and Eastern Jews were obviously more than just converts. The rotten aristocracy of the Khazar empire probably got enchanted by the shekels brought by the Southern Jews—I suspect some came from Persia, others maybe from places such as Ukraine or simply from all the settlements that stretched from Rome to Anatolia.
It's likely that the high ranking Jews progressively intermarried with the Khazarian upper class like they always do and that's when they notably acquired a more Asiatic and whitish outlook, which got reinforced later on throughout the centuries when they settled again in Venice, then the North and Center of Europe in the Netherlands, Belgium, Poland and Germany. Usually, they always have something that looks sick about their appearance and facial features. Sometimes it's the very kinky hair, beady eyes, sometimes the thicker lower lip, the non-existant ear lobes or, on the contrary, extremely flabby lobes, the slight olive tint of the skin and often times a horrible grin when they smile. And the obvious winner, the nose, although yes, it's rarer within the Ashekenazim fraction of their international community.
Obviously the more white DNA they have assimilated, the less those features stick out, but they're often times there. There's also the endogamy parameter that plays into this, with the more Levantine types having married with their European counterparts and having share their facial features.
> jews are not Gods chosen. It was literally spelt out in the bible 1000's of years ago
Yes, but they're still of the blood of Isaac and their god still is Yahweh. Yes, the story is truly a mess, and a pathetic one at that. Them being a race of thieves, they surely consider this trick a mark of the superior intellect and therefore legitimate. So they pray to a god of which they stole something sacred. Isn't it totally ridiculous?
>SYNAGOGUE who CLAIM to be jews but are LIARS
That is another problem because even if they may have not been of Judah's tribe, they most likely were Semites of another tribe and still related to Jacob the usurper.
As per geographical history, the people who inhabited the territories homonymous of the Tribes' names were full of Semites and mixed-race people who traveled across this region.
In other words, some Semites (or Jews) claiming to be more Jewish or the true Jews than other people identified as liars remains an internal political affair that is none of our Aryan business!
>It is pretty clear Christian faith is actually antisemitic at its core, but mainstream Christianity was corrupted during the middle ages by kike scibes.(example by using the words Judean's and jews as synonymously, they are not the same word ) There are many that take the bible as the "Word of God" and you can not separate those lines from kikes being kikes
You're selling a creed that was rotten BEFORE the medieval times.
Romans already called the Jews "Yehudi". These same Yehudi obtained great benefits under Constantine and Theosodius while Pagans were forced to convert.
Vulgate and Septuagint provide sufficiently clear elements against early Christianity.
Whites never were sinners and even IF
our ancestors needed spiritual help and salvation, then any true messenger should have wandered across Europe, not the Middle East.
We're not going to bow before a more or less stolen, poly-then-monotheistic, Canaanite godlet, as described in the Old Testament.