posted on Oct, 31 2006 @ 09:32 PM
"What you're not seeing is that there is a certain group of MalcomX type individuals who want us to believe that the Jews were all black and that
the people currently living in Israel are not the real Jews
I honestly believe that this story is a tool of the Devil to make you doubt the whole story of the Bible or at least to make you blind to current
Tell me why millions of Jews in Europe would claim their lineage to Israel even when it meant they were sent to the gas chambers by the train-full.
What was their agenda? They didn't have any land of their own at the time, and no one was promising them any land.
While Jews were being killed in Europe, most in Africa didn't even know what a Jew was." dbates
First of all, I would be flattered if ever I was said to be a 'Malcolm X' type. He was a great man, who was murdered shortly after he admitted that
he had changed his mind regarding his views on 'white' people. He had been the guest of a white man whom he admired, and it made him realize that
there was such a thing as a 'good' white man. This was a major turning point in his life, and could have led to him accomplishing some great
things, were he not killed. His biography is worth reading, and exposes a lot about a man that most people have misconceptions of.
Though he was clearly aggressive and confrontational in his pursuit of equal rights for black Americans, his goals and statements themselves are
thoughtful, positive, and progressive for the most part.
'By whatever means necessary.......' reads a poster showing Mr. Little (Malcolm X) standing, looking out a window with a rifle in his hands. That
poster is important to many blacks, and reviled by many whites, understandably. But not enough folks know what context his famous quote was uttered
in. In the context they were said, I find his words inspiring, courageous, and paternalistic, and support his reasons for saying them.
As for 'tools of the Devil', I suggest that the history of organized religion supports the theory that Christianity, Islam, and others, may be tools
of the Devil used to deceive many into doing evil. In Revelations it also says the devil will pretend to be a 'being of light', and will fool
The creation of Israel point. I am glad you asked, since this is something I do know a bit about. Why admit their faith? Most likely because they
were devout followers of their faith, for one. And since countries like Canada turned Jews away when they tried to flee Germany at the time, like
many nations that were clearly far from welcoming towards Jews, they had nowhere to go once they were ID'ed as Jews. Also, the build up that led to
the mass killing of German Jews was slow, and not believed to be real when it did start. Otherwise, why would prominent Jewish Germans such as the
Warburgs remain silent as it was being done? There are other such elite figures and families who, though they were German, and Jewish, were not
persecuted by the Nazis.
In most cases, the Jews who were gassed had no idea that they would face such an atrocity when they were first sent to the ghettoes long before that.
They thought they were merely being robbed, segregated, exploited, and oppressed.
What agenda could have prompted such a crime against humanity? First you need to know about the Balfour Declaration of 1917. That document expresses
the UK's desire to set up a homeland for the Jews, but it took the holocaust to change public opposition to such a project. So, though there was no
'promise' of land, there certainly was an effort being made. Twenty years of diplomacy had not worked, but the holocaust generated the public
sympathy needed for Israel to become a reality. Some people claim the real agenda was the western powers desire to set up an intelligence agency
based in the middle east, namely the Mossad. Because of the holocaust, and Israel's creation, the west now has secret agents based in the middle
And regarding Africa, you are probably right that most of them knew nothing about Jews. But, there also existed at the time a group of African Jews
dating back to the days of King Solomon. And although the west may have known more about it, is that a complimentary thing? I say not, since that
implies they tacitly approved the genocide by remaining as quiet about it as they did.