Editor’s note: Before presenting the article below two points should be made…
First, in this FFP entry posted on 28 October 2016, the flaws of the 1998 Science News article – which attempted to exaggerate Jewish near East genetic markers in surveys up to that time – were illustrated referencing Steven Bray’s study, published by PNAS in 2010. Bray’s study showed a greater European admixture in Ashkenazim DNA than had been shown in other skewed reports. The entry pointed out this observation:
It is preposterous for anyone to argue that the Ashkenazim Jews did not originate in what is known as the Khazar Empire. Whether they were of Turkish ancestry or not does not erase their well documented history in the region. One could even argue that it was their presence in the first place that manipulated King Bulan into converting the empire to Judaism in 740 AD. The Turks ruled Khazaria, but there were numerous ethnicities in the region. Most historians recognize the role of the Slavic Judaising Subbotniks in the conversion. The Subbotniks were the original Zionists. When, in the 19th century, thousands of Subbotniks decided to emigrate to Ottoman Palestine they faced great opposition from the Jewish communities at large when attempting to intermarry as they were not considered ‘real Jews’ according to Halakha law. They Hebraized their surnames to assimilate. Within a short period, the descendants of Subbotnik Jews who arrived in Ottoman Palestine in the late 19th century had completely blended and inter-married into the wider Jewish population of Palestine.
The article below, written by Anna Shuster, goes further in this discussion referencing a Columbia University study published in 2014, as well as a few others. It notes the high level of incestuous markers and describes a couple of the more negative results of this racial isolationism – what is interesting here is that even though other races tend to mix with their own (until recent decades), the Jewish samples show a much greater genetic proclivity to health issues like mental illness and cancer. This suggests that it is something intrinsic in the DNA itself.
The second note to be made is that this article was originally written in German. This FFP entry is a translation of that original – any flaws in the translation are due to the editor’s sometimes inaccurate Americanized German developed after a few generations removed from the Homeland. Also, the style – blockquotes and emphasis – is faithful to the original. The original German version can be read by clicking here.
The very interesting question is presented: Who are these Ashkenazim…? These people of Eastern European origin but so un-European in both disposition and abilities.
DNA analysis: Israelites are not Jews from the Old Testament
According to researchers at Columbia University, the results show that the group who were engaged in the study, consisting of 350 Jews from the Middle East and Europe, refute the much-discussed theory that the Jews descended from the Khazars, (a Turkish folk who lived in the Caucasus region between the 7th and 10th centuries).
According to LiveScience the study was technically carried out as follows:
The team analyzed the genomes of 128 Ashkenazi Jews and compared them with a reference group of 26 Flemish people of Belgium. From this, the researchers were able to find out which genetic markers in the genome for Ashkenazim are unique. The number of similarities within the genomes allowed scientists to calculate a rough estimate of the founding population at the top and set lower limits for the time that had elapsed since the formation of this group. In this case, there are 30 to 32 generations or more spanning 800 years. “[Among Ashkenazi Jews] everyone is a 30th cousin. They have a genomic strand that is identical. “
The discovery is perhaps the most important for doctors and Jewish patients. Just last week, a new study showed that all Ashkenazi women can carry with them the BRCA1 and BRCA2 genetic mutations associated with breast and ovarian cancer – even those with no family history of cancer. The more genetic information on Ashkenazi Jews physicians have, the less genome sequences are needed to test and analyze when looking for possible problems or mutations.
Genetically speaking, the gene pool of Ashkenazi Jews is damaged. We know this behavior from other religious communities. The scientists call the Ashkenazi an “endogame (homogeneous) group” because of their unmistakable genetic profiles. In the Population Geneticist, this catastrophic gene pool is recognized by incest. Unlike the world’s most widespread Jews, other incest populations such as the Amish or the inhabitants of the Australian Norfolk Island live in rural and isolated ways. Ashkenazi are the best studied group of cousin Kissers on the planet because they are ubiquitous in every country. A scientist does not need to travel to the backwoods Nordfolks to do research on gene-injured peoples if she finds a million Ashkenazi Jews in front of her door.
Schizophrenia prevalent among Ashkenazi
Scientists have identified a gene that predisposes Ashkenazi Jews to the mental illness schizophrenia. For purely genetic reasons, 40% of these Jews tend to develop schizophrenia and related mental disorders more than ‘non-Jews’. Not included are the consequential loss of the religious Talmudic dogmas. This would prove conclusively that Jews are both a race and a religious community.
Israeli and American scientists have discovered a gene among Ashkenazi Jews who have increased their chances during life to suffer from a mental disorder such as schizophrenia, as well as schizo-affective disorder and manic depression. According to a recent study published in Nature Communications, the gene in question is 40% more prevalent in Ashkenazi Jews who suffer bipolar disorder compared to about 15% in the general population.
The study was conducted by Professor Ariel Darvasi, assistant dean of the Faculty of Life Sciences at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, in coordination with Dr. Todd Lencz of the Feinstein Institute of Medical Research in New York. The first part of the study included the largest sample group of Ashkenazi Jews ever to be researched:
Of the 2,500 Ashkenazi Jews from Israel who have contributed DNA samples to the study, 1,500 were healthy, while 1,000 were affected by mental disorders related to schizophrenia.
All the Jewish daily newspapers took up the test results, including the Jerusalem Post:
During the first part of the study, the scientists examined the prevalence of the NDST3 gene, which exists in 99.9% of the population. “But there are two specific variations of those that stand out from those with these disorders,” said Darvasi. The results of the study show that 40% of Ashkenazi Jews who have these variations are more likely to suffer from schizophrenia-induced bipolar disorder than the group without the gene variation.
The study lasted about three years and was funded by a first grant of $2.1 million of the national Health Institutes in the United States. Based on their results, the scientists earned a further grant of $3 million to continue their research.
About 1% of the world’s population is affected by schizophrenia. Those with the disease lose an interest in their environment, develop “dark” thoughts, desires and emotions, and sometimes imagine hearing voices or seeing figures that do not exist. Many scientists believe that this gene has a major impact on the disease, in addition to other environmental and genetic factors.
Thus the often mentioned lineage of the Anatolian Khazars is also revised. Incestuous drift is not part of the sacred scriptures of Christians and is not anchored in the Old Testament either. So we have to ask ourselves, who are these people who consider themselves to be the chosen people of God, and who do not live according to the Christian-Jewish dogmas?
[Editor’s note: Incest is indeed anchored in the Old Testament. One of the earliest ‘crimes’ against the Old Testament ‘god’ was the mixing of the tribes of ‘israel’ with exo-tribes of the regions they were sent to genocide but did not.]
Who are the Ashkenazi and what agenda they follow
The author Douglas Reed, Britain’s best-known correspondent during World War II, began writing the Controversy of Zion in 1951. He worked on this project for three years, the final volume had 300,000 words; 1956 he ended his endeavor. Although it can be shown by letters that he had discussed the book with his publisher, its publication was refused – the manuscript dusted in Reed’s house in Durban, South Africa, for 22 years. How much would he have loved it if the Internet had been available to him at that time! Today, half a century later, it exists* and we use it to spread Reed’s powerful truth. Several chapters of the book reveal how much this writer was keen to bring his thoughts among the people. On the other hand, the Zionist censors hate the internet because it is a breach of their global media control that threatens to make their brainwashing ineffective. In the years immediately before and after the Second World War, the name Douglas Reed was a popular one. Of his works, tens of thousands of copies were sold. In the whole of the English-speaking world, he was able to count on a loyal readership that literally devoured his works. But then he was banished overnight to the Unperson – as for his 500 page work? All these answers are given by the book.
* Archiving by chapter
All the best lies ahead, everything bad passes.