By Robbie the Pict
‘Jews are not the ‘Chosen People’, Palestine is not the Promised Land The Jews were rejected by the Israelites as brutal gang-masters and tax extortionists. British Hebrew exposes world’s greatest scam.’
A limited inquiry into why the Jews think they are ‘Chosen’ above others, and entitled to other people’s real estate as their ‘Promised Land’.
This essay will found its basic argument on the contents of the Pentateuch, the first five books of the Old Testament, supposedly written by Moses but also rumoured to have been scripted by the Jewish historian Flavius Josephus in the first century. Short-hand on stone tablets is impossible so how was it recorded? Leaving that aside, let us examine the contents, with the assistance of the First Book of Chronicles.
If we descend the family tree from Noah, our interest must focus on Shem, although a study of the sons of Japhet will also bring rewards. (See especially Antiquities of the Jews Book II, Chapter 6, by Josephus.) One of Shem’s 5 sons was named Arphaxad, who in turn father Shelah, who fathered Eber. At that point our interest is raised because Eber is accepted as the patriarch of the Hebrews. Outside of the Old Testament myth-building, ‘habiru’ is simply the word for a wanderer.
Eber the first Hebrew had two sons, Peleg and Joktan. I Chronicles 1, verse 20 seems to contain a misprint at this point, stating Joktan begat Almodad and twelve other sons, while verse 24 goes on to list another ten sons of Joktan without giving any mention to Peleg. It would seem strange that Peleg had no sons and Joktan had twenty three. (Falsus in unum, falsus in omnia?)
The last in the list of Joktan’s sons is “Abram, the same is Abraham” who had two sons Isaac and Ishmael. I Chronicles I, verse 34 tells us “Abraham begat Isaac” and his sons were called Esau and Jacob, later Israel. I Chronicles chapter 2 states “These are the sons of Israel; Reuben, Simeon, Levi, and Judah, Isachar and Zebulun, Dan, Joseph and Benjamin, Naphtali, Gad and Asher.” These names should be noted carefully. These are the twelve tribes of the House of Israel, but also known elsewhere as the Sons of Isaac.
It should also be noted that the children of Israel have a sister Dinah. We can but look forward to the revelation of the Dinahites as a full-blown Israeli tribe in their own right. Perhaps the ‘woman’s touch’ could put the whole House of Israel in order. Nothing says the next Messiah has to be male.
So what do these genealogical links leave us with?
- The term Shemite is derived from Noah’s son Shem.
- The term Hebrew is derived from Shem’s descendant Eber. Eber was a Shemite, and the first Hebrew. The first Hebrew could not be a Jew or even an Israelite because neither had come into being at that time.
- Abraham in turn was Eber’s descendant. Abraham was a Shemite and a Hebrew, but still could not be a Jew or Israelite because neither yet existed.
- Isaac was Abraham’s son. Isaac was a Shemite and a Hebrew, but could not be a Jew or an Israelite either because they didn’t exist.
- Jacob, who God renamed Israel, was Isaac’s son. Israel was a Shemite and a Hebrew, but not a Jew.
- Judah was only one of Israel’s twelve sons. Judah was a Shemite, a Hebrew, and an Israelite. The first Jews were the children of Judah. The descendants of the other eleven sons of Israel are not Jews. We will come to significant aspects of that fact later.
The Jewish myth about being the ‘Chosen People’ is supposedly founded in a reading of Deuteronomy 14.2. It states: “For thou art a holy people unto the Lord thy God, and the Lord hath chosen thee to be a peculiar people unto himself, above all the nations that are upon the earth.” However, a reading of Deuteronomy 17.12, 21.20 and 26.15 makes it clear and confirmed that ‘the Lord’ is addressing Israel, not just the Tribe of Judah.
The promise is made to greater Israel, not just the Jews. Sorry Zionists, but there are 13 other peoples just as ‘Chosen’ as you, namely the Reubenites, the Simeonites, the Levites, the Isacharites, the Zebulunites, the Danites, the Josephites, the Benjaminites, the Naphtalites, the Gadites and the Asherites. To that must be added, from the sons of Joseph, the so-called ‘half-tribes’ or ‘step-tribes’ of Manassehites and Ephraimites.
However the story now takes a twist. The House of Judah effectively shames itself OUT of the Kingdom of Israel, in reality becoming dis-enfranchised, to the extent that it ignores the commandments of the Lord laid out in Deuteronomy to keep Israel decent and thus one must assume alienates itself from any position of private peculiarity to God.
The historical event which caused the departure of the Jews from the bosom of Israel happened over 2,800 years ago and the rift has never been healed. The circumstances were roughly as follows. When Solomon died in 796 BC his son Rehoboam traveled to Schechem in the center of the country occupied by the Israelites for the crowning ceremony, as was traditional. Although occupying a smaller territory in the south, along with the Benjaminites, the House of Judah maintained the ‘royal’ line of David and had provided the Kings of Israel. When he traveled north to Schechem for his coronation in the land of Ephraim, he was met by elders from the House of Israel who complained of increases in taxation and excessive conscription of men as labor, beneficial only to the House of Judah.
Rehoboam had a fit at this disrespectful demonstration of impertinence and immediately doubled the taxation and threatened them with scorpions where Solomon had only used bull-whips. Less than enamored by the new king’s diplomacy, the Israeli elders walked out on his coronation, went back to their tents and elected their own King Jeroboam. The unfortunate gang-master Adiram was sent to the new northern kingdom to whip up some recruits for laboring down south and the response was to stone him to death.
This attempted extortion of excessive taxation from their own brothers caused a terminal fracture in the Israeli family, making it truly a ‘house divided’. It has stayed that way ever since. From that day on the Kingdom of Judah was divorced from the Kingdom of Israel. There is therefore an argument, and a very good one in law, that Judah has blotted its copy-book and put itself out the will, so to speak. It has disqualified itself, disgraced itself and thus dis-enfranchised itself from any favor or considerations which may or may not have been promised to the chosen people. They are no longer of that people. They are Judeans, not Israelis.
We can conclude this point with an additional observation in ‘God and My Birthright’ by Dr, J. Llewellyn Thomas, suggesting that this split had been pending and obvious long before “The distinction between Israel and Judah did not commence at the time of the rending of the kingdom after the death of Solomon. One has only to read the preceding chapters of the books of Samuel to realize that from the days of king Saul the distinction between Israel and Judah is most marked. The term Israel, except in a very few instances where it very obviously applies to the whole twelve tribes, is used of the tribes to the exclusion of Judah.
The Promised Land – A small but important observation.
That there would be a divinely-chosen place where Israel would be brought together is plainly stated in the scriptures. God makes a remarkable promise in II Samuel 7.10. He says “Moreover, I will appoint a place for my people Israel, and will plant them, that they may dwell in a place of their own, and move no more: neither shall the children of wickedness afflict them any more, as beforetime.” I Chronicles 17.9 says something similar: “also I will ordain a place for my people Israel, and will plant them, and they shall dwell in their place, and shall be moved no more…”
Note that this promise was made to King David when the Israelites were already established in Palestine – ‘the Promised Land’ – and at a time when the kingdom did indeed already extend from the Mediterranean to the Euphrates and was at the peak of its power. So when the Lord says “I will appoint a place for my people Israel and will plant them” the appointed place or promised land cannot be Palestine. That’s where they are standing. It must be somewhere else, and it is for the whole of Israel, not just the House of Judah.
Dr Thomas’s view is that “This promise of God to David was given at a time when these terms ‘Israel’ and ‘Judah’ had meanings which were clear and distinctive, and became still more so during the long history of these separated peoples.”
A reading of ‘Antiquities of the Jews’ by Flavius Josephus, at Book 1, Chapter 6 is illuminating to reveal how a large number of European nations derive their origins from the ten tribes. The detail readers can discover for themselves using the wonderful internet, but suffice for our purposes to say that it appears that the Anglo-Saxon Israel adherents have been right all along. The Israelites proper are now scattered throughout European Christendom, principally centered in the British archipelago but also in the Scandinavian and Germanic countries. For American readers, you seem to be disguising the Tribe of Manasseh, who along with Ephraim (now the English) comprised the House of Joseph.
The Jews are thus revealed as fraudulent scoundrels, continuing an eons-old tradition of criminal deception and extortion. However one small matter might need clarification. Recent writings have claimed DNA proof that the current occupants of Israel are not genuine Jews, but Ashkenazis from Kazakstan. It should though be noted that in the seventh century AD, a tribe of so-called ‘Jews’ arrived in Kazakstan, having been turfed out of both Persia and Anatolia for the crime of usury, a practice prohibited by Muslim religion. These banished crooks presented themselves to the Kazak king as royalty and inveigled their way onto the throne (King Joseph) of this rough nomadic society, by the ruse of marrying into the Kazak ‘royal’ family. From this new powerbase east of Crimea they hustled their way into Europe and also back to the Levant through the Dardanelles and Turkey. So there may be a smidgeon of Jew in them after all.
As I have stated elsewhere in VT absolute truth is another myth, so I can only point at clues and indications. However if there is a God who chooses one part of his family over another and promises them real estate into the bargain, he’s not for me. I’m with Jesus on the ‘promised land is within’ line, which puts us all on the same life-mains supply. We are but one, so let us not self-harm, or extort, or deceive.
The Holy Bible of the Hebrews is by today’s standards a handbook and bid for white race supremacy. The actions of the celebrated King David are those of a murderous thug. The ‘uncircumcised’ Philistines/Palestinians are treated abominably. For other Caucasians there is one good reply to Jewish charges of ‘anti-semitism’. The bulk of ‘christendom’, spread throughout Europe, North America and the antipodes is likely to be the progeny of the ten tribes and we are not only mainly white but also Sons of Shem or Semites, just as the Jews are. Logic dictates that inter-tribal criticism of indecent behavior is just that, contemptible conduct which gives us Shemites a bad name. Race is essentially based on skin color. It is white-on-white to criticize indecent Jewish crimes, an attempt to end practices which risk return fire on all other white tribes. You can’t shut that down by calling it hate crimes, racism or terror. You caused it Tel Aviv and so Bibi et al., you are both busted and about to get some payback!