- Zionist ‘666’ Israel is NOT the Israel of the Bible. It is a Satanic counterfeit, HERESY, LIE. Modern Ashkenazi Jews (90+% of modern Jewry are NOT semitic people.
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- Ashkenazi Jew, Gideon Levy Took a DNA Test and Found Out the Truth About His Ancestors’ Link to Israel — NONE AT ALL!
by Gideon Levy, https://www.haaretz.com/
How one instance of spitting by me led to the conclusion that I can’t be anti-Semitic
… So there I was, sitting in the Haaretz office, test tube in hand, spitting and spritzing, in front of everyone, gurgling and gurgling with hardly anything coming out. It took about half an hour, which felt like an eternity, to fill up the test tube as required. It was a nightmare.
But the end would justify the means: At long last, I thought, I would know who I am and what I am, where I came from and where I was going. Maybe I’m not really a Jew, as some people suspect, maybe not an entitled Ashkenazi, as others label me. The test tube would travel to laboratories in America and from there the answer would come. Businesses that help people figure out their family roots are thriving these days in America, and in Israel, too.
A Silicon Valley-based biotechnology company called 23andMe – its name referring to the 23 pairs of chromosomes in a normal human cell – would undoubtedly answer all my questions. In 2008, its personal DNA genotype test was named Invention of the Year by Time magazine. Afterward a few class-action suits were filed against the company (over the way it marketed its medical-report services, in one case), but who’s counting? According to Wikipedia, by 2014 it had already analyzed 650,000 samples. Cost: $199 per genetic report, now on special for $169. Just fill in the questionnaire, expectorate, and send the test tube back, postage pre-paid, to them.
The first revelation, and the most important of all, struck me like a bolt of lightning. Unequivocally, definitively, no words spared. A huge headline across the full width of the screen: Gideon, your DNA suggests that 100 percent of your origin is Jewish-Ashkenazi. In other words, a 100 percent racially pure Ashkenazi Jew.
Ashkenazi Jews settled in Eastern Europe in the Middle Ages, the 23andMe explanation says. There are about five million Ashkenazi Jews like you in the United States today. How good and how pleasant when brothers sit together. High concentrations of us are found in New York, California, Florida and the northeastern U.S., and low concentrations in Idaho, Wyoming, Nebraska and Missouri. Among the “customers” of 23andMe, a clear pattern of Ashkenazi Jewish characteristics emerges. Curious about Jewish-Ashkenazi history, art and tradition? There’s a picture of a hamantash; an etrog is the symbol of the Sukkot festival; how to listen to klezmer music. Want to know what Yiddish is?
And we still haven’t mentioned the haplogroup, paternal and maternal. As the report explains, “You descend from a long line of men [or women] that can be traced back to eastern Africa over 275,000 [for women, 150,000] years ago. These are the men [women] of your paternal [maternal] line, and your paternal [maternal] haplogroup sheds light on their story.”
This is said to be one of the most riveting areas in genetics. It allows us to trace our lineage directly back to our primeval forebears. If until now the report referred to Radu Tudor from Bucharest, I’m about to find out about my relations among prehistoric man. “Gideon,” the report says, “your maternal haplogroup is H1 … and can reveal the path followed by the women of your maternal line.” Happy days. My female ancestors traveled north 18,000 years ago and reached Europe. Along the way, these ancestors passed through the deserts of Saudi Arabia – but, alas, never even approached the Land of Israel. Not for a moment. Can that be?
Hope remained from my father’s line; in his haplogroup, the picture is different. It’s the R-CTS6 group, says the report, “that traces back to a man who lived less than 6,000 years ago. That’s nearly 240.0 generations ago!” Duh. But again, astonishingly, there’s not a trace of the Land of Israel in my ancestors’ journeys in the past 275,000 years. They never saw it, not even through binoculars. It’s the definite end of my Zionism. My deep connection with the Land of Israel faded in an instant and became nonexistent. Justice was with the Palestinians, and BDS will triumph. In this new situation, the only option is to become post-Zionist.
My parents and my grandparents had no previous connection with Palestine/Land of Israel. My paternal forebears moved from East Africa to Europe via the Caucasus. “The[se] people of the steppes were the first to domesticate horses, nearly 6,000 years ago,” the report states. An honor. We were also the first to develop and use weapons made of bronze. I’d always suspected as much. The members of this lineage live today in Ukraine, in Russia and in Eastern Europe.