Orthodox rabbis and their flocks must be in an uproar over this debunking.
Honestly, at one time I may have also fallen for the Jewish "racial" trick, but now I know better.
It is so obvious as to why these thieves and mongrels want the world to believe that they are a "distinct" race... It is to give the false credibility of the Khazar genetic claim that their ancestors derived from the region of Palestine. The ONLY way that these lying Khazars can somehow say that they are from that region is to say that they are linked by genetics. But the facts are that the Khazars are Indo-Turkish people that derive from the central steppe region of Russia, and converted to Judaism in the 9th century AD.
The facts are simple.. The Jews are absolutely NOT a distinct race of mankind. They are linked by religion, and their belief that the good of their "tribe" is first and foremost in their every day lives....Most are converts to Judaism, and as I have said many times, that conversion does NOT change a person's DNA...
Again, common sense should guide everyone... Put an Ashkenazi (Khazar) Jew, a Sephardic (Semitic) Jew, and an Ethiopian (Negroid) Jew, all side by side and show me HOW they can all be of the same race... Anyone would say just by looking at the three that they are of three different races. Again, that is common sense..
By Jim W. Dean
February 27, 2013
“First these researchers decided what conclusions they wanted to find, and then they set off to find evidence to support it.”
But why? Why would Jews who take such pride in the academic achievement risk exposing themselves to a group deception which was bound to be discovered later?
Dr. Elhaik does not delve into the quicksand of the politics, but I will gladly do so.
They perpetrated the fraud solely to support the bogus biblical claim to Palestine which was anchored in their being a separate people.This distinguished them from all others because they claimed a land title in their blood. They bet the farm on this DNA proof of purchase, a God given bar coded passport to the Palestine. Dr. Ehaik just erased the bar code. It was just stamped on anyway, because it was never in the blood.
They bet the farm on this DNA proof of purchase, a God given bar coded passport to the Palestine.Why, why did they do it? The second half of the answer not revealed in his research was that you had a bunch of atheist, communist Jews shoot their way into taking over the Land with the sole moral cover that 'God gave it us only'.
Before I had a bookcase of Judacia in my library I must say I was a bit suspicious of these atheist Jews whipping out God's dual land title and passport. It was propaganda of course. It always was.
Arthur Koestler's The Thirteen Tribe was a major influence in cracking the fraud. It was published in the day when Zionist propagandists were very savvy in not attacking an esteemed Jewish author. They had no fear from the academic community, already neutralized, and Kostler's book did not generate a moral tipping point challenge to the Zionist false claim on the Land.
Dr. Elhaik literally nails the fraudsters to the cross,
“....[they] assumed that the Jews constitute a group that is genetically isolated from other nations.” That's because Jews were never genetically isolated, making all those other studies fatally flawed and very often contradictory.
But there has been no attack. The 32 year old Dr. Elhaid is getting the Arthur Koestler treatment, in spades. What do I mean? Well, his research paper was published by the Oxford University Press, in the prestigious journal Genome Biology and Evolution. But do you think a bunch of savvy Zionist propagandists are going to worry about the mass public ever hearing a thing about his research? Of course not. And are these same pretend-a-Jews going to risk giving his work a 100 times more exposure by attacking him publicly?
Let's get back to Dr. Elhaik hammering the nails in,
“First these researchers decided what conclusion they wanted to find, and then they set off to find evidence to support it...It is my impression that their results were written before they began the research. First they shot the arrow ~ and then the painted a bull's-eye around it.”Take a moment to ponder what he said there, folks. Does that sound like someone trembling in fear of Jewish Lobby power in America, or someone thinking that his career is over and committing hari-kari? No.
That 'painted a bull's-eye around it' was not an off the cuff remark, but one he had chosen to use in a Haaretz interview. This is a young man who is NOT standing on the shoulders of the fraudsters who have gone before him. On the contrary he wants to stand on their academic bones by exposing them, and he has.More from his Haaretz interview,
“The various groups of Jews in the world today do not share a common genetic origin. We are talking here about groups that are very heterogeneous and which are connected solely by religion...[the] genome of European Jews is a mosaic of ancient peoples and its origin is largely Khazar.”
Now onto some of the science highlights.
Dr. Elhaik's research shows that the dominant element in the genetic makeup of European Jews is Khazar. For Central European Jews it is 38%, while for East Europeans it is 30%. To that you can add his findings that in both groups their genome is mostly Western European. Surprise, surprise.The Roman empire is the dominant lineage there, those that settled on the frontier, like retired soldiers, and the locals with whom they produced families. There were some Jewish merchants there as Elhaik did find some Middle Eastern roots which he suspects are Mesopotamian and a bit of biblical Israel.
But here comes the slam dunk:
The Israel connection is such a tiny part of their overall genome that it cancels out their DNA title claim to the Land.The good doctor would not wander into this swamp but I will, by calling a spade a spade.
What Dr. Elhaik has discovered, folks, is a 'reverse holocaust',the inventing of huge numbers of pseudo-Jews who have no more a blood claim to the land of Palestine than I do, even if I converted.
What I have just stated in no way challenges a religious or cultural affiliation. But as we all know, most Jews are not religious, including in Israel where way more than most are not. Subtracting that, then all you have is the tribe, the DNA, which unites them to a shared history of persecution. But that folks, is now all gone. Poof...gone.
Who among us does not have some genetic makeup of a people who had suffered in ancient times, even numbers of different peoples, five or ten different ones?So these 'Jews', are they then just a gang, united to be against all those not in the gang?
Why should we allow the pretend-a-Jews to send all of our gene pool to the back of the historical suffering bus as Club Med ancestors who enjoyed the 'all inclusive' treatment. I find that just a bit too convenient.
Have they invented the whole story in a way like gang members take an oath and defend territory?
And is that not where Herzl and others before him saw an opening, that the Land could be a territory bond to unite Jews who were always fighting like cats and dogs amongst each other?
And is not the 2000 years of persecution claimed mostly by those who are not really descended from those actual people?
Who really has holocausted whom here, and why? We had Golda Meir's instant holocausting of the Palestinian people with her infamous, “There are no Palestinian people.”
Is this not poetic justice from Dr. Elhiak, that he brings us scientific proof of there being no biblical Jewish people as such as they have presented themselves?
And does this not also make a fraud of the historical 'anti-semite' smear, by a people who aren't even semites?
I think it might be time to start setting things straight on the Founding Myths.
I must admit that I never expected to get a free ticket to the truth from a smart young Israeli doctor from John Hopkins who has his moral rudder deep in the water.He is not a gangster, whoever his ancestors were.
We call this...leadership, with maybe a touch of Moses parting the Founding Myth waters for those who want to walk through to the other side.
They never believed it themselves.
THE JEWISH PEOPLE'S ULTIMATE TREASURE HUNT
In his search for Jewish ancestry, Eran Elhaik says he has discovered that some Ashkenazis originated in the Khazar Empire~ not the kingdom of Judah.
By Ofer Aderet
"Just imagine a group of blind people who encounter an elephant for the first time in their lives. They place their hands on it and touch it in order to understand what kind of animal it is. But each of them feels a different part of the elephant's body so that, in the end, each of them gains a different impression as to what sort of animal it is."
"For years, scholars have suggested various explanations as to where the Jews come from," says Israeli-born Elhaik, and lists the different theories proposed over the past century to solve the puzzle. However, each explanation has provided only a partial clue and, to make matters worse, all the explanations contradict one another.
"My study is the first to propose a comprehensive theory that explains all the seemingly contradictory findings," asserts the young scholar in a telephone conversation from his home in Maryland. The 32-year-old Elhaik conducted his research at the School of Public Health of Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland.
The commonly accepted narrative considers the Jews to be descended from residents of the Kingdom of Judah who were exiled and returned to their native land ~ the modern-day State of Israel ~ only after thousands of years of exile.
In contrast, this new study supports the theory that the Jews are descended from different peoples who lived in various regions in the Mediterranean Sea Basin, and who converted to Judaism in different eras.
According to that theory, the story of the exile from Judah, the exilic life led by Jews in the countries of the Diaspora and their continual longing for their native homeland can be considered a myth.
"My research refutes 40 years of genetic studies, all of which have assumed that the Jews constitute a group that is genetically isolated from other nations," notes Elhaik.
Elhaik says "they have all emerged from the same genetic 'soup.'"
After conducting numerous analyses utilizing various techniques, some of which have never been employed before, the researcher discovered what he describes as the Khazar component of European Jewry. According to his findings, the dominant element in the genetic makeup of European Jews is Khazar. Among Central European and East European Jews, this component is the most dominant in their genome, accounting for 38 and 30 percent, respectively.
WHAT OTHER COMPONENTS CONSTITUTE THE GENOME OF EUROPEAN JEWS?
"[They are] primarily of Western European origin, which is rooted in the Roman Empire, and Middle Eastern origin, whose source is probably Mesopotamia, although it is possible that part of that component can be attributed to Israeli Jews."The latter datum is of considerable importance because it "reconnects" European Jews to Israel. However, that connection amounts to only a small part of the makeup of the genome, and that figure is not statistically significant enough to establish that the origin of the Jews is the Kingdom of Judah.
According to Elhaik's study, there is a genetic continuum linking the Jews of Iran, the Caucasus, Azerbaijan and Georgia with the European Jews. In other words, it is possible that these groups share common ancestors ~ namely, the Khazars.
The geneticist goes on to explain that, among the various groups of European and non-European Jews, there are no blood or family connections:
"The various groups of Jews in the world today do not share a common genetic origin. We are talking here about groups that are very heterogeneous and which are connected solely by religion."The bottom line, he claims, is that the "genome of European Jews is a mosaic of ancient peoples and its origin is largely Khazar."
"It is my impression," he adds, "that their results were written before they began the research. First they shot their arrow ~ and then they painted the bull's-eye around it."
"Each human being is a genetic amalgam. No population group has ever lived in total seclusion from other groups."He also refutes the claim that the genome of many Jews contains a Middle Eastern component, proving that the Jews originated in that region:
"The majority of Jews do not have the Middle Eastern genetic component in the quantity we would expect to find if they were descendants of the Jews of antiquity.Haaretz has in recent weeks turned to a number of scholars from Israel and abroad, including historians and geneticists, and asked them what they thought of the new article. The historians refused to respond, arguing that they had no expertise in the field of genetics. For their part, the geneticists were unwilling to cooperate for other reasons. While some of them simply ignored the request from Haaretz, others claimed they were unfamiliar with the specific discipline of population research or too pressed for time to respond.
"Ironically," observes Elhaik, "some of the Khazars were of Iranian origin. I think it is safe to assume that the Iranians have made a not-inconsiderable contribution to the Jewish mosaic."
The only scholar who agreed to give his opinion (and did so with great enthusiasm ) was Tel Aviv University professor of history Shlomo Sand, author of the best-seller, "The Invention of the Jewish People," published in Hebrew in 2008 by Resling Press (an English translation by Yael Lotan was published by Verso in 2009 ). On the bookshelves in his small office at TAU are translations of his book, now available in 22 languages.
Sand has some tough words of criticism for geneticists looking for Jewish genes:
"For an ignoramus like me, genetics had always appeared to be crowned with a halo ~ as a precise science that deals with quantitative findings and whose conclusions are irrefutable." When he began reading articles on the subject of the Jews' origin, he found he had been mistaken: "I discovered geneticists - Jewish geneticists - whose knowledge of history ended at what was necessary for their high-school matriculation exams. Which is how I would describe my knowledge of biology. In high school they had learned that there is one Jewish nation, and, on the basis of this historical narrative, they reconstruct their scholarly findings."
It is very easy to showcase certain findings while marginalizing others and to present your study as scholarly research. In general, specialization in genetics can create an incredibly high level of ignorance in history."