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Wednesday, April 23, 2014

LIVING, LEARNING, AND STANDING CORRECTED


Knowledge is Power in Our Struggle for Racial Survival
(Information that should be shared with as many of our people as possible -- do your part to counter Jewish control of the mainstream media -- pass it on and spread the word)

by Val Koinen
April 23, 2014

It seems that nothing is straightforward when it comes to the Jews.

I have, on any number of occasions in the past, referred in my scribblings to the Khazarian derivation of the Ashkenazi Jews.

I have been aware for some time now that this concept is, at the very least, a debatable and unsettled issue.  And now, based on a very informative and convincing article I came across this morning, it would appear that my original assessment was wrong.

Not being a scholar of such matters myself, I have to rely on the authority of those who have appropriately researched the situation.  And this article by Dr. David Duke fits the bill -- I think it makes it clear that the preponderance of the evidence establishes the genetic commonality of Ashkenazi and Sephardic Jews beyond any reasonable doubt.  And in so doing it essentially disproves the Khazar-origin theory.  (See also this one and others linked in both of those articles.)

Oh, well, it's better that way.  I could care less whether all or just some of the Jews can claim ancestry from that part of the Middle East which includes the 'holy land' (one reason for advocating Khazarian ancestry of the supposedly preponderant Ashkenazi strain is to combat Zionism and the Jewish claim to Israel on the basis of so many of them not being from that area to begin with).

I personally don't care about anyone's perceived Biblical claims to geographic areas in the modern world, so I am not persuaded that even the Sephardic Jews have any 'god-given' right to that area, or any right to displace the Palestinians in what are now the areas of Israel and the occupied territories.

On the other hand, I do appreciate that, by dispelling the Khazarian theory for the Ashkenazim, the common genetic (racial) character of the people we (and they) call the 'Jews' seems now to have been established.  In any case, the well-researched article linked above is much appreciated -- many thanks for clearing this matter up, Dr. Duke.

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