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Are Black People Jews Like Ye Said On Instagram

“Black Jews” and “Black Hebrew Israelites” While this phrase has been used by many throughout history, today it is most commonly used by Black supremacists claiming Black people—not Jewish people—are the true chosen people of God. Black supremacy has roots in “Black Chosenness”— the belief that African Americans are the descendants of the twelve Hebrew tribes of Israel who settled across Africa after the destruction of the Kingdom of Israel and were eventually sold into slavery during the Atlantic slave trade.

American Jewish Committee

Recently Kanye West, now known as “Ye” is under fire allegedly for antisemitism for remarks against the Jewish people. His Twitter and Instagram account has been suspended or restricted following his “antisemitic” posts. But this may and has many people thinking and questioning, “Are black people Jews,” like Ye said in the post.

Ye’s Post

I’m a bit sleepy tonight but when I wake up I’m going death con 3 – On JEWISH PEOPLE     The funny thing is I actually can’t be Anti Semitic  because black people are actually Jews also – You guys have toyed with me and tried to blackball anyone whoever opposes your agenda

On Friday, Ye posted screenshots that appeared to be text exchanges with Diddy, in which Ye told him “Ima use you as an example to show the Jewish people that told you to call me that no one can threaten or influence me. I told you this was war.”
Here is what we know about blackness in the scriptures.

The kingdom of Judah is in Africa (majority in central, southern, and western, yet all over the continent). The kingdom of Israel is primarily in north, central, and South America. This may come as a surprise to many and a confirmation to others. Either way, bare with it.

What is interesting is the country called Niger, Nigeria, Sudan, and Ethiopia all relate to being people who are “black.” In Acts 13:1 it says, “Now there were in the church that was at Antioch certain prophets and teachers; as Barnabas, and Simeon that was called Niger,” meaning they were called or labeled as nigers or black (do not get funky with that).

Some people say only Simeon was called Niger. No, that is incorrect. The church was called Niger or black. Just like the nations today called Niger, Nigeria, Sudan, and Ethiopia, to name a few, they all have names that mean “black,” to some degree. We would not lump these nations collectively and call them “black people,” or consider them all “black Jews.”

There are Black People and Black Categorized People

The people in those nations come from different families, clans, and tribes. Some are subgroups, some are completely different as in Ham and Japheth. Some are from the family of Shem, some from Ham, and so forth.

The people in the Americas were categorized as “black” people. Some of them do fall in the realm of being the children of Israel. More than anything physical, it is a spiritual thing and those with understanding know what that means (if not email us). See the full post here!

The second question is, was Yashua (Christ) white or Black? Christ came from the family of David, from Abraham, from Shem, from Enoch, from Adam. The most concentrated form of brothers and sisters today from the tribe of Judah (where Christ would be from) is in the Congo. Also in Gabon, Angola, Cameroon, and the Nigerian area, among other areas.

African Nations and Jews

No offense to anyone, but those nations have the largest representation of the modern-day tribe of Judah from our research. Keep in mind, the largest city and capital of the Democratic Republic of the Congo is Brazzaville. Brazzaville is very familiar in lingo to a popular nation in South America known as Brazil.

Think of the Portuguese slave trade for the familiarity in the name (Brazzaville and Brazil). The capital of Cameroon is Yaoundé, which is Judah in modern writings. The capital of Nigeria is Abuja, which means Father-Yah (Abu-Jah / Abu-Aba-Abba and Ja-Jah-Yah as in Yahawah), and came from an earlier translation of Whydah (see the Negro Question Part 2 (tell him I sent you)). 

What I am saying is, essentially, these people on the continent of Africa, many of them, not all, are the same people who fled into the continent thousands of years ago after the fall of the kingdom of Judah. They are Judahites by clan or family but could be from any of the tribes that lived in the kingdom of Judah.

Blacks in Scriptures and Was Jesus Black

Therefore, Christ would resemble these people in physical appearance. This is not to anger anyone. Instead, it is to give a perspective that the world often, especially in times of old, did not consider.

I pray this has been edifying in the name of the Son of God.

Elder Ishe / Brthr Nhmyh


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