Wednesday, October 09, 2013

Grand Theft Holy Land

Grand Theft Holy Land:  "Genes Suggest European Women at Root of Ashkenazi Family Tree"  Every word was very carefully chosen (does 'Near East' mean Khazar?):
"Overall, at least 80 percent of Ashkenazi maternal ancestry comes from women indigenous to Europe, and 8 percent from the Near East, with the rest uncertain, the researchers estimate."
"Your Female Ancestors Were Almost Certainly Non-Jews, New Study Finds":
"Proponents of Ashkeanzi gene theory reacted badly to Richard's study.
Doron M. Behar, of the Gene by Gene company in Houston and a co-author of the 2006 survey, said he disagreed with Dr. Richards’ conclusions but declined to explain his reasons, saying they had to appear first in a scientific journal.
The idea that one scientist whose work has been clearly refuted by another scientist cannot tell the media why that refutation is wrong but at the same time is willing to say that it is wrong is ridiculous, especially when that refuted scientist owns a for-profit business that profts off his mistaken research. If Behar had a legitimate refutation we would have heard a summary of it already – but we have not, and that almost certainly means Behar does not have one."
Sailer: "Genetic research on the ancestry of Jewish populations tends to get politicized because of the sneaking suspicion that the average Palestinian may be more closely related to the Hebrews of 70 AD than is, say, Bibi Netanyahu." It is not a sneaking suspicion, it is indubitably true.

Considering that Judaism is defined by matrilineal descent, and the claim to the stolen land is based on a claim of ancient ownership, Zionism has to be the largest and most audacious con game in history.
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