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Showing posts with label replacementism. Show all posts
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Sunday, September 1, 2013

My Response To Maurice Pinay And "A journal in the spirit of, but not by the author of, The Plot Against the Church."

Why are you Anti Semitic? First of all, the Holocaust did happen. Just because one person remembered his experiences wrongly and a few others have done the same or (granted) even faked Holocaust experiences does not mean that the Holocaust did not happen. I lost relatives in the Shoah, and how dare you tell Jews like me that the Shoah didn't happen. In fact, my family is paying because of what my great-grandma did during the Shoah.

Secondly, both the Old and New Testaments state that the Jews are G-d's chosen people. Jesus was, is, and will return as a Jew. Also, when you criticize Jews for worshiping other g-ds (and I concede Amos 5:26-27 and Jeremiah 8:8-9 to you), you conveniently leave out Romans 10:1-4 ("Brethren, my heart’s desire and prayer to God for Israel is that they may be saved. 2 For I bear them witness that they have a zeal for God, but not according to knowledge..."). Also, Rev. Gregory Baum was right: "Christians" are in need of a conversion, for true Christians love Jews ("You will say then, “Branches were broken off that I might be grafted in.” 20 Well said. Because of unbelief they were broken off, and you stand by faith. Do not be haughty, but fear." See Romans 11.). Also, G-d looks at intent (cf. 1 Samuel 16:7); so many Non-Messianic Jews do actually worship G-d, but they have to do so through keeping all 613 mitzvot (" For they being ignorant of God’s righteousness, and seeking to establish their own righteousness, have not submitted to the righteousness of God. For Christ is the end of the law for righteousness to everyone who believes." Romans 10:3-4.)

Thirdly, you deliberately fail to note that many Jews reject the Talmud and "Rabbi"nate (P'rushi, Pharisaical) Judaism off hand. I could go on, and you need to examine yourself--including that you need to examine why you hate and disparage Jews so much.

Tuesday, August 20, 2013

Ancestry.Com and the Khazar Theory?!

Chalilah: a scary thought just occurred to me--AncestryDNA and Ancestry.com may consider some Ashkenazi and some Sephardi markers as, e.g., "British Isles" (Western Europe) or Eastern Europe. In fact, one DNA match with Dad was an "100% British Isles" person with "Schwartz" in her surname list ("Schwartz" and "Czernecki", or "Black", were used among Jews, especially Ashkenazim. In fact, a Levite grave bears the surname "Black".). Also, a Margevich was considered:

Ethnicity
  • Eastern European 
     85%
  • Finnish/Volga-Ural
     15%
 = Shared Ethnicity




Her Margevich was connected to ours, by the way--clearly, the Andruleviches and Margeviches stayed close even after some became Anusim--and the Anusi ones stuck together in at least Mount Carmel:

  • Birth
    1891
    Pennsylvania
  • Marriage
    19 Jan 1909 to Alexander Ludorf
    Mount Carmel, Northumberland, PA
  • Marriage
    after 08 Dec 1920 to Klementy Nikita "Klem" Mucha
    Detroit, Wayne Co., MI
  • Death
    09 Sep 1938
    St. Joseph Mercy Hosppital, Detroit, MI















(Boy; wait till she finds out that she's Jewish--because we're Jews!).



They might believe the Khazar Theory! O_O They are Mormon, after all, and the Mormons have had credibility issues re Jewish records before (as I blogged about especially to prove to especially  people among my family, who claimed that finding a record in a Jewish-records search doesn't make them Jewish--remember that the Mormon Church was changing Jewish records into, e.g., German and Russian ones).. Also, Sephardim do sometimes get slandered as "Khazars" along with their Ashkenazim v'Ashkenazyot achim v'achot by Pseudo-Jewish Anti Semites.

If Ancestry.com is engaging in replacementism and lashon hara, they have to be stopped from doing so. Especially many Ashkenazi Jews, and Ashkenazim Anusim v'b'nei-Anusim, suffer enough with trying to prove who we are.