Saturday, July 24, 2010

Invisible Invisible: Origin of the Creation of the Mythical Creature Known as the Khazarian Jew

The myth of the Khazarian Jew is one of absolute and utter nonsense, but is also surprisingly believed to be true by many in the alternative realm of media. We, of course, mean the silly theory that the Jews of lighter, fairer skin (known as the Ashkenazim) we see today are mostly, if not entirely, descendant from a nation of people which existed a very long time ago (and very near where Turkey, Georgia, and Azerbaijan are today) called Khazaria.

The Creator of the Khazarian Jew

Joseph Renan
The idea of the Khazarian Jew first came from a French-born Philosopher named Joseph Ernest Renan. Joseph Renan was a man who lived during the 1800s, and was brought up with a Roman Catholic background. Ernest Brenan, most of his young Catholic adult life, pursued an education in the Catholic schools he entered. His goal first was to become a Catholic priest, but he later decided that he did not wish to become a priest anymore.

Joseph, throughout his life, adopted strange views on racial and theological matters -- views which aren't too uncommon to this day and age. Joseph was a skeptic to much pre-established thought and belief. Joseph believed that through his study of Hebrew that the books of Isaiah and the Pentateuch were written by more than one author, and that the book of Daniel was clearly false.

Josephs racial views were, although fairly common in Europe during his time, deluded and slightly disturbing. Joseph had an assorted beliefs on racial peoples ranging from the Chinese, Europeans, Blacks, to Jews. Joseph believed that Europeans were the, superior, race of masters and soldiers; Chinese, superior in their manual dexterity but having no sense of honor; Blacks, the race of tillers of the soil, to be treated with kindness and humanity for all to be well; Jews, 'an incomplete race,' limited by dogmatism and unable to integrate within a cosmopolitan civilization. According to Joseph, the Chinese and Blacks are 'not military creatures in the least.'

One of Joseph's most famous works was his book entitled The Life of Jesus, where he attempts to establish the historicity of the existence of Jesus, but actively denies the claim that Jesus is the Son of God and the miracles which the Bible recorded of Him being of supernatural origin.

Renan's beliefs on Jesus were as follows
  • Jesus never did any miracles 
  • Jesus was not born of a virgin
  • Jesus was a maniacal conman, disillusioned with fame and want for recognition
  • But he had a great moral message!

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[Friedrich] Nietzsche may sympathize with France, but he is no sympathizer of Renan. Nietzsche felt Renan's ideas were irreconcilable in their contradictions; and thus he attacked him on the basis of his writing style, which is rich of Catholic-laced persuasion and bravado. —Is Renan's antisemitism still surprising?

Starting on page 513 of *The Portable Nietzsche in Twilight of the Idols: Skirmishes of an Untimely Man, Nietzsche writes:

Renan.— Theology: or the corruption of reason by "original sin" (Christianity). Witness Renan who, whenever he risks a Yes or No of a more general nature, scores a miss with painful regularity. He wants, for example, to weld together la science and la noblesse: but la science belongs with democracy; what could be plainer? With no little ambition, he wishes to represent an aristocracy of the spirit: yet at the same time he is on his knees before its very counter-doctrine, the √©vangile des humbles—and not only on his knees. To what avail is all free-spiritedness, modernity, mockery, and wry-neck suppleness, if in one's guts on is still a Christian, a Catholic—in fact, a priest! [1] Renan is most inventive, just like a Jesuit and father confessor, when it comes to seduction; his spirituality does not even lack the broad fat popish smile—like all priests, he becomes dangerous only when he loves. Nobody can equal him when it comes to adoring in a manner endangering life itself. The spirit of Renan's, a spirit which is enervated, is one more calamity for poor, sick, will-sick France.

Renan was educated by priests, and for a time was a priest as well before feeling too hampered by the church in his academic pursuits. Thus, he broke with the church to teach on his own terms, but this made him no less a Catholic in his academic endeavors.

*Nietzsche, F. The Portable Nietzsche. Translated and edited by Walter Kaufmann. New York: Viking Penguin, Inc., Penguin Books Reprint, 1954.

The Fraudulent Theory of the Mythical Khazarian Jew Exposed

Alleged Khazar ancestry of Ashkenazim

The theory that all or most Ashkenazi ("European") Jews might be descended from Khazars (rather than Semitic groups in the Middle East) dates back to the racialism of late nineteenth century Europe, and was frequently cited to assert that most modern Jews aren't descended from Israelites and/or to refute Israeli claims to territory also sought by Palestinians. It was first publicly proposed in lecture given by Ernest Renan on January 27, 1883, titled "Judaism as a Race and as Religion." It was repeated in articles in The Dearborn Independent in 1923 and 1925, and popularized by racial theorist Lothrop Stoddard in a 1926 article in the Forum titled "The Pedigree of Judah", where he argued that Ashkenazi Jews were a mix of people, of which the Khazars were a primary element. Stoddard's views were "based on nineteenth and twentieth-century concepts of race, in which small variations on facial features as well as presumed accompanying character traits were deemed to pass from generation to generation, subject only to the corrupting effects of marriage with members of other groups, the result of which would lower the superior stock without raising the inferior partners." This theory was adopted by British Israelites, who saw it as a means of invalidating the claims of Jews (rather than themselves) to be the true descendants of the ancient Israelites, and was supported by early anti-Zionists.

In 1951 Southern Methodist University professor John O. Beaty published The Iron Curtain over America, a work which claimed that "Khazar Jews" were "responsible for all of America's — and the world's — ills beginning with World War I". The book repeated a number of familiar antisemitic claims, placing responsibility for U.S. involvement in World Wars I and II and the Bolshevik revolution on these Khazars, and insisting that Khazar Jews were attempting to subvert Western Christianity and establish communism throughout the world. The American millionaire J. Russell Maguire gave money towards its promotion, and it was met with enthusiasm by hate groups and the extreme right. By the 1960s the Khazar theory had become a "firm article of faith" amongst Christian Identity groups. In 1971 John Bagot Glubb (Glubb Pasha) also took up this theme, insisting that Palestinians were more closely related to the ancient Judeans than were Jews. According to Benny Morris:

"Of course an anti-Zionist (as well as an anti-Semitic) point is being made here: The Palestinians have a greater political right to Palestine than the Jews do, as they, not the modern-day Jews, are the true descendants of the land's Jewish inhabitants/owners."

The theory gained further support when the novelist Arthur Koestler devoted his popular book The Thirteenth Tribe (1976) to the topic. Koestler's historiography has been attacked as highly questionable by many historians; it has also been pointed out that his discussion of theories about Ashkenazi descent is largely unsupported; to the extent that Koestler referred to place-names and documentary evidence his analysis has been described as a mixture of flawed etymologies and misinterpreted primary sources. Commentors have also noted that Koestler mischaracterized the sources he cited, particularly D.M. Dunlop's History of the Jewish Khazars (1954).

Koestler himself was pro-Zionist based on secular considerations, and did not see alleged Khazar ancestry as diminishing the claim of Jews to Israel, which he felt was based on the United Nations mandate, and not on Biblical covenants or genetic inheritance. In his view, "The problem of the Khazar infusion a thousand years ago ... is irrelevant to modern Israel". In addition, he was apparently "either unaware of or oblivious to the use anti-Semites had made to the Khazar theory since its introduction at the turn of the century."

Nevertheless, in the Arab world the Khazar theory still enjoys popularity among some anti-Zionists and antisemites;) Such proponents argue that if Ashkenazi Jews are primarily Khazar and not Semitic in origin, they would have no historical claim to Israel, nor would they be the subject of God's Biblical promise of Canaan to the Israelites, thus undermining the theological basis of both Jewish religious Zionists and Christian Zionists. In the 1970s and 80s the Khazar theory was also advanced by some Russian chauvinist antisemites, particularly the historian Lev Gumilyov, who portrayed "Judeo-Khazars" as having repeatedly sabotaged Russia's development since the 7th century. According to Bernard Lewis:

"This theory… is supported by no evidence whatsoever. It has long since been abandoned by all serious scholars in the field, including those in Arab countries, where the Khazar theory is little used except in occasional political polemics."
Alleged Khazar Ancestry of Ashkenazim

Useful links on genetics:

Further information:
Jews as Nation

For more info about the Jesuits and the Papacy control over the World:

Free e-books on the subject
Vatican Library (click the link, then scroll down for the free e-books)

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