Saturday, March 17, 2012

Judaism is an ideology, not a race, hence it's technically impossible for Jews to be victims of "racism" except in conjunction with other Semites

(By Chris Moore) -- Organized Jewry, its defenders, apologists, allies and enablers often accuse Jewry's critics and antagonists of "racism" and racist "anti-Semitism."

This is entirely impossible because, as this article will show, "the Jews" (organized Jewry) are not a race, but rather an ethnocentric, doctrinaire, ideological unit based on Jewish religious myth, history, doctrine, laws and rulings.

According to Wikipedia, some of the important governing documents of the Jewish ideology are the Hebrew bible (which includes much of what Protestant Christians refer to as the Old Testament), the Talmud, and the Kabbalah. Collectively, these documents should be thought of as the manifestos, constitutions, rule books, and historiography that govern the Jewish nation, comprised not only of Israel, but of the various international Jewish Diaspora nations around the world.

(The fact that Israel does not have geographical continuity with the international Diaspora nations is irrelevant; the Jews regard themselves as a single, interconnected nation that operates by its own canon -- and that is ultimately only accountable to that canon -- regardless of physical or geographical proximity to one another.)

How do we know the Jews are not a race, but rather an ethnicity that operates as a cohesive ideological unit? Their own historiography tells us so.

The Bible says that Noah, his wife, their sons, and their son's wives were the last people left alive on earth following the great flood, which occurred just before 2450 B.C., and killed everyone else in the world.

(According to the Jewish calender, the world itself was created October 7, 3761 B.C., making it 5,772 years years old as of this writing. For a scientific assessment of the 4.5 billion year age of the earth, click here.)

The Bible lists the sons of Noah as Shem, Ham, and Japheth.

The Jewish Virtual Library picks up the story from there.
According to biblical tradition, the Hebrews are peoples descended from Shem, one of Noah's sons, through Eber, the eponymous [Hebrew namesake] ancestor, and Abraham. Gen. 7:22 f., reports that the flood destroyed all life except that in Noah's ark; consequently, the whole human family descended from Noah and his sons: Japheth, Ham and Shem. As yet, not all of the names of eponymous ancestors in the family lines can be identified,1 but some probabilities are listed in Chart 6.

From Shem, through Arpachshad and Shelah came Eber, the eponymous ancestor of the Hebrews, and from his descendants through Peleg, Reu, Sereg and Nahor came Terah, the father of Abram and his brothers Nahor and Haran. It becomes clear that if "Hebrews" are descendants of Eber, then others besides those of Abraham's line would be included (see Gen. 10:25-27)...[italics mine]
What is the significance of the last line with regard to the question of whether the Jews are a race unto themselves? By Judaism's own historiography, the Jews are merely one branch of the Abrahamite line, which itself is merely a branch of the Eber (Hebrew) line.

So what does the term "anti-Semitism" refer to? For an answer, let's return to the Jewish Virtual library.

In the Table of Nations in Genesis 10.1-32, which lists the descendants of Noah and the nations they founded, the Greeks appear under the name "Yavan," who is a son of Yaphet...The sons of Shem, brother to Yaphet, are the Semitic (named after Shem) nations, including the Hebrews. Imagine, if you will, the Hebrew vision of history. At some point, in the dim recesses of time, after the world had been destroyed by flood, the nations of the earth were all contained in the three sons of Noah.

Hence, the phrase "anti-Semitism" refers to racism against the descendants of Shem, which includes not only all of the different Hebrew branches from Eber, including the Jewish (Israelite) branch and Islamic (Ishmaelite) branches from Abraham , but probably nearly all of the other peoples of the contiguous Middle East, too.

Isn't it interesting that so many Middle Easterners are not only technically Semites (through Shem) and Hebrews (through Eber), but Abrahamites, as well?

This is why it's impossible for Arabs, for example, or Persians, to be "anti-Semitic" and/or "racist" against Jews; for them to be racist against Jews would be for them to be racist against their own kin, and even themselves.

But there are other extrapolations that can be drawn from this, as well, having to do with whether non-Semites are "racist" for aggressively opposing or criticising organized Jewry, or whether they're merely engaged in an ideological struggle.

If organized Judaism is an ethnocentric, religo-ideology that has manifested in the larger Jewish supremacist ideology of Zionism (which includes both Jewish and non-Jewish membership) and not a race, (as its own historiography proves), then opposition to organized Jewry is not in any way "racist," but rather purely ideological.

The only way Jewry can prove that it is a victim of racist anti-Semitism is to show that the discrimination it faces (from whatever circles) also extends to Jewry's fellow Semites (descendants of Shem).

If that is NOT the case, then when Jews are specifically discriminated against, it's discrimination against their ethno-religious ideology, i.e. political "discrimination," and has absolutely no racial component.

For a Zionist Jew to cry racism under these circumstances would be as if a Confederate partisan in the American Civil War claimed the Union attacks were motivated by race hatred, or vice-versa -- an absurdity on its face.

Given this reality, it becomes clear that accusations of "racism" and "anti-Semitism" emanating from Zionist Jewry and its political accomplices and collaborators are mere posturing and manipulation of the lowest order -- the low-cunning "victim" card being played at its most ugly, cynical and politically opportunistic level.

The lot should be ashamed of themselves, but somehow aren't.

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