Now here is another fact, the Jewish people have never been friends of anyone in history except themselves and certainly they have never been any friends to the African people. The first contact between the people who became known as Jews and Africans came during their trip to Egypt in their attempt to avoid starvation in their own land.
Jacob found out that there was grain in Egypt. So he said to his sons, “Why do you just keep looking at each other?” He continued, “I’ve heard there’s grain in Egypt. Go down there. Buy some for us. Then we’ll live and not die.
This sojourn into Egypt the gateway to Africa happened prior to the seventeenth dynasty of Egypt. When the Jews went to Egypt regardless of the circumstances it is known that they were treated well and were settled in the best part of the country in the land of Goshen according to the writings of the Jews.
Joseph went to Pharaoh. He told him, “My father and brothers have come from the land of Canaan. They’ve brought along their flocks and herds and everything they own. They are now in Goshen.”
The land of Egypt is open to you. Settle your father and brothers in the best part of the land. Let them live in Goshen. Do any of them have special skills? If they do, put them in charge of my own livestock.”
When in human history have you ever heard of a people taking such good care of a group of refugees and asylum seekers. So we see that the people who eventually became known as Jews would have never existed had it not been for the benevolence of and African Pharaoh, and but for the labour of African farmers in the Valley of the Nile.
After the invasion and eventual conquest of Egypt by the Hyksos, instead of standing shoulder-to-shoulder with the Egyptians and defending the people who had given them refuge, sustenance and who saved them from extinction by starvation, the people who became known as Jews switched allegiances and chose to join the Asiatics in the oppression and plunder of Egypt. They were elevated to high positions in conquered Egypt under the rule of the Hyksos kings, they thrived while Egyptians were under the yoke of these foreign rulers, until with the help of their Nubian brothers in the south the Egyptians eventually got enough strength to expel the foreign rulers and their Jewish co-conspirators, which according to Jewish history.
Then there came Pharaoh over Egypt that knew not Joseph. “Look,” he said to his people. “The Israelites are far too many for us. Come. We must deal with them carefully. If we don’t, they will increase their numbers even more. Then if war breaks out, they’ll join our enemies. They’ll fight against us and leave the country.”
During the night pharaoh summoned Moses and Aron and said,”Up! leave my people and you and the Israelites! Go, worship the lord as you have requested.
The Israelites did as Moses instructed and asked the Egyptians for articles of silver and gold and for clothing.
The lord had made the Egyptians favorably disposed towards the people and they gave them what they asked for,so they plundered the Egyptians.
There was another period in history after the expulsion of the worshipers of Isis from the Roman Empire, the Jews were also expelled by the Romans and again Africans took them in. Before the Jews had desires for a homeland in then Palestine they tried to create one in Uganda. Today the Jewish controlled entertainment industry has been the greatest force in the de-characterization of Blacks not just in America but globally, from the Black exploitation films of the 70s and 80s that portrayed Black people as pimps and hoes to Seth MacFarlane’s Family Guy and Cleveland Show that portrays us today in the most negative stereotypical manner, Jews are no friends of Black people. Why? Not because I said so, but because Jewish actions speak louder than their words.
Wherever Jews find themselves in a country where they are an ethnic minority they advocate equality and civil liberties for all which is nothing but an attempt to protect their own interests for which I do not blame them, but where they are the majority the carry out the same practices as any other racist European country, whether it is the sterilization of Ethiopian Jews or the imprisonment of African Asylum seekers in the desert, they act like any other European group.
Just like their participation in the Civil Rights movement they were only protecting what they felt that they had a stake in. If you truly want to know how Jews feel about Africans and Black people just refer to what they are doing now in Israel, they have started construction on the world’s largest concentration camp to house African asylum seekers indefinitely who have fled genocide in Darfur and Eritrea, they have refused to give official recognition to these souls as refugees which place them in a state of legal limbo where they are unable to seek employment which leaves them unable to feed themselves. Now contrast the treatment of African asylum seekers by the Jewish State of Israel today with the manner in which Jews were treated when they found themselves to be refugees in an African state as previously referred to in Genesis 47:6.
If Jews have such an interest in protecting and advocating for human rights and the rights of Black people why haven’t CNN, MSNBC or ABC said anything about this tragedy, why haven’t they spoken up against Israel’s Interior Minister Eli Yishai who is currently waging a Heinrich Himmler style campaign against African migrants in Israel today. The silence of the Jewish community on this issue is deafening, and in it ultimately we have our answer. So as a citizen of the Jewish State of Israel recently told an Aljazeera film maker “The Jewish people will always do what is in the interest of the Jew and the State of Israel”
So in summation I repeat, “As Black people we need to realize that we have no friends.” Please feel free to share this article if you agree.