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Wednesday, 19 February 2014

Origins of Semites

The word semite didn't exist until 1780 german jew linguistic a.l. von schlozer needed a way to classify middle eastern languages (before they knew they were african languages) so he borrowed a term from the ethiopia queen called sm't who set up an empire in arabia named after herself. Her name meant resistor or one who resist as she engaged in many battles with neighbouring tribes.

The ancient Semitic people knew of no such terms as we understand it. It was created solely in the 1700s to deny the african origins of jews by german jew linguist who faced heavy white discrimination. The last thing he needed was to publish papers saying that us jews are black too and speak a black language.

Word etymology only proves my point

O you are right on what you are saying, its not you who is the issue its the authenticity of the old testament as a historical document. shem, ham and japhet do exist in the bible. But the term Semite is german, it was popularized by a german jew in 1780-70, a linguist.

For instance, a major problem with the shem > semitic theory is it doesn't align with history

Elam is shem son, therefore, Elamites should speak a semitic language
Dr. Clyde Winters makes it clear they speak an african language, but it isn't semitic, its closer to the niger congo branch that includes sumerian and hattic (but euro linguistic falsely claim all of these including elamite to be linguistic isolates to deny their african black origins). Therefore by the euroliars own claim, Elam who is a semite doesn't speak a semite language, which utterly destroys the theory of shem being a semite. The hebrews would have been writing about events predating them by often thousands of years. In some cases like ancient kush and hattie they are astoundingly accurate. But some things cannot be supported by history.

Dictionary claims it is no younger than 1870, there were no ancient semites as we understand the term. Only the Ethiopian ones.

Sem·ite [sem-ahyt or, esp. British, see-mahyt] Show IPA
a member of any of various ancient and modern peoples originating in southwestern Asia, including the Akkadians, Canaanites, Phoenicians, Hebrews, and Arabs.
a Jew.
a member of any of the peoples descended from Shem, the eldest son of Noah.
1870–75; < Neo-Latin sēmīta < Late Latin Sēm (< Greek Sḗm < Hebrew Shēm Shem) + -īta -ite1

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