Monday, May 10, 2010

Driven Out Of Asia: Meet The Real Terrifiying People That Dwelt In The Lands Of Gog And Magog - THE KHAZARS

Elena Kagan: What If She IS Gay?

April 16, 2010 · 3 Comments

Let’s pretend for a second that Solicitor General Elena Kagan is gay. Let’s take it even one step further and say she has a partner whom she loves and shares a life with.

This is exactly what a CBS blogger said about the potential SCOTUS nominee and caught holy hell for it. The WH read CBS the riot act. Guess who won–that probably wasn’t too hard. CBS didn’t go down without a fight though. It initially stood by the article, only to later delete it completely. I can’t help but wonder what was threatened if CBS didn’t cave. Access? Scoops? First rate Sunday morning guests?

This brings me to my question: What if Elena Kagan is gay? Why would it matter? The WH and other groups have called this a whisper campaign, a dirty right-wing trick and an out-and-out lie. Why all the fuss? Nobody accused her of murder, treason or blasphemy. They said she’s a lesbian.

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"...their complexions are white, their eyes blue, their hair flowing and predominantly reddish, their bodies large and their natures cold. Their general aspect is wild."

"Khazaria had an important Jewish community long before the conversion of the Kagan, or Khazar ruler, and nobles to Judaism."

The Khazars (Turkic Dialect:Xazarlar) were a semi-nomadic Turkic people who dominated the Pontic steppe and the North Caucasus from the 7th to the 10th century. The name "Khazar"[1]Turkic seems to be tied to a verb form meaning "wandering"

From "The Thirteenth Tribe"

"Son of man, set thy face against Gog, the land of Magog,
the chief prince of Meshech and Tubal, and prophesy against him."
Ezekiel 38:2

First, a recent article on the Facts of Israel And Jerusalem

Israel and Jerusalem facts?

Rosli Omar
Apr 20, 10

Let us look at the 'facts' more specifically.

1.Israel became a state in 1312 B.C., two millennia before Islam;

Again, this has no relevance to the Palestinian being displaced. Nevertheless let us look at it. According to Juan Cole, Professor of History specializing on the Middle East at the University of Michigan, Jews didn't even exist at that time, if by Jews we mean people adhering to Judaism. What existed were the Canaanites, a people who were ancestors to Palestinians, Lebanese, many Syrians, Jordanians and many Jews. Furthermore according to Cole, there is no archeological record of Solomon and David, who supposedly established Jerusalem. I quote from Cole's blog [1]:

'The 'Jewish people' were not building Jerusalem 3000 years ago, i.e. 1000 BCE...Jerusalem not only was not being built by the likely then non-existent 'Jewish people' in 1000 BCE, but Jerusalem probably was not even inhabited at that point in history. Jerusalem appears to have been abandoned between 1000 BCE and 900 BCE, the traditional dates for the united kingdom under David and Solomon. So Jerusalem was not 'the city of David,' since there was no city when he is said to have lived. No sign of magnificent palaces or great states has been found in the archeology of this period, and the Assyrian tablets, which recorded even minor events throughout the Middle East, such as the actions of Arab queens, don't know about any great kingdom of David and Solomon in geographical Palestine.'

Or as Shlomo Sand, professor of history from Tel Aviv University, put it, 'the mythical Kingdom of David'. [2]

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THE KHAZARS: The Thirteenth Tribe



Of the ferocity and warlike tendencies of the Khazars there is little doubt and much historical evidence, all of it pointing to a race of people so violent in their dealings with their fellow men that they were feared and abhorred above all peoples in that region of the world.

The Arab chronicler Ibn-Said al-Maghribi writes, "they are to the north of the inhabited earth towards the 7th clime, having over their heads the constellation of the Plough. Their land is cold and wet. Accordingly their complexions are white, their eyes blue, their hair flowing and predominantly reddish, their bodies large and their natures cold. Their general aspect is wild." 14

The ninth-century monk Druthmar of Aquitaine, in his commentary on Matthew 24:14 in Expositio in Matthaeum Evangelistam, stated that the Gazari, or Khazars, dwelt "in the lands of Gog and Magog." 15

Legends and stories abound, some of which are true according to the above quoted Aquitaine monk, that center around Alexander the Great and his attempt to enclose the Khazars and quarantine them, due to their violent and barbaric nature, from the rest of the civilized world. This endeavor apparently failed, Druthmar claimed, and they escaped. Some legends even claim they were cannibals. 16

After the kingdom's conversion to Judaism, the term "Red Jews" came into usage out of the superstition of medieval Germans, who equated their red hair and beards and their violent nature with deceit and dishonesty. It is also well documented that they heavily taxed those passing through their lands, for none dared refuse them. 17

According to Benjamin H. Freedman, himself a Jew and an apparent long-time associate and confidant of presidents and statesmen, in an address presented in 1961 at the Willard Hotel in Washington, D.C., the Khazars were so belligerent and hostile that they were eventually run out of Asia and scattered amongst the nations of Eastern Europe. Heinrich von Neustadt, around 1300, wrote of them as the "terrifying people of Gog and Magog." 18

The territory of the Bulgars, themselves legendary for their fierceness in battle, was conquered by the Khazars in AD 642. A portion of them fled westward to the region of the Danube in the Balkans and formed what is now modern-day Bulgaria. 19 Even in modern times, Muslim history recalls the Khazar raids and the terror of those inhabiting that land. To this day they call the Caspian, Bahr-ul-Khazar -- "the Khazar Sea." 20

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