Pioneer1 Posted November 9, 2022 Report Share Posted November 9, 2022 A lot of lies, wishful thinking, and confusion has been promoted through out our community but especially the past few years with so many "internet scholars" claiming Black Americans are everybody from the "true Jews" to the " true Native Americans". I'm no scholar but I've done decades of research on race, religion, nationality, as well as psychology and how people are manipulated through their base desires. I'm gonna lay out some facts in a simple way and compare it to the prevailing ignorance as a contrast to highlight it and make it more clear. WHAT is a "Hebrew"? The word "Hebrew" is an English mis-translation of the original word "Iboo" If you listen to some Jewish or Biblical scholars, Hebrew is the Anglicized version of "Yibr" That's only HALF correct. Yibr is a corruption of the original word and as usual, most White folks MISPRONOUNCE words that they learn from other races and cultures. The original word is "Iboo" WHO are the Hebrews? The Hebrews were and are ethnic group of Africans. Yes, they were and are Black people. They PROBABLY came from Kemet as one of the many ethnic groups of that Kingdom but I'm not sure. The Bible says they descended from one of Shem's progeny called "Eber" Don't go by the Bible, it has been corrupted. Much of the Bible is designed to explain people and lands that ALREADY existed while those scriptures were being compiled. Much of it was made up, guess work, parables, allegories, as well as out right fabrications, etc... As I said, the Hebrews were and are an African ethnic group and they are STILL in existence. They are known today through out much of Western Africa as the "Igbo" people. The word "Igbo" is pronounced "Iboo" by the way. If you ask why they choose to spell it "Igbo" and put the G in there...simple....because the British who colonized them told them to spell it that way to sew confusion. Think about it.... "Igbo" isn't an English word, so why not spell it the way it actually SOUNDS. There is no logical or grammatical reason why a silent "g" should have been inserted in the word. It was inserted strictly to cause confusion in how the name is pronounced. Now........ Because most AfroAmericans are descended from West Africans who were enslaved and brought to the Americas, SOME of those captured were undoubtedly Igbo/Iboo or "Hebrew". However most were not. Problem is, most Black people were FORCED to convert to Christianity as slaves and were given the Bible and told it was the word of God. So they have a strong history of belief in it and wish to see themselves in it. Especially as the "good people" or "chosen people". So often times many of our people will INSERT themselves in the scriptures and paint false narratives just to satisfy vain desires. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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