Since Canaanites are Semites and Semites claim to be Jews, that would mean Jews are Canaanites with Canaanite blood. Perhaps you are mistaken and it’s Ju’s who are both Semites as well Ju’s. That makes sense doesn’t it Rabbi? Ju for Judah, Judea, Judean, Judge, Jury, Jurisprudence, Justice; not Jewda, Jewdea, Jewdean, Jewdge Jewry or Jewrisprudence. Most of Yahudi are proficient in Hebrew but not so proficient in English. I am a Letter scholar in English so I know what I am talking about. A ‘Jew’ is a Aryan Druidic priest, originating in Ireland. The English word ‘Jew’ originates with the Irish Yew Tree. The Aryan Druidic Priesthood holds the Yew tree sacred and took their name Jew from it. What we seem to have is a case of plagiarism, does it not? The Druidic priesthood and Aryan nations worldwide deserve an apology from the Ju’s for all of the evil perpetrated by crypto-Jew Ju’s. ew = we J, not u J. J = We Johns 111 aka Jack n Jew not U n Ju.

YHVH = JHVH. Y=J in English. V = U in Roman. U+ U = Double U or W. JHWH.

YHWH = YaHu We He (plural). Yahu = Saturn

JHWH = JoH(n) We He (plural). Joh (n) = Satan

Saturn/Moloch = your G-d (Charles 111) Windsor

Satan/Jesus = our God (John 111) Chapman

Vowels a e i o u y + JHWH = JoH We

Vowels: a e i o u y JoH We He




  1. The first person to be called a Jew in the Bible is Mordechai. In the Book of Esther he is called Mordechai haYehudi. The word Yehudi (Jew) comes from the word Yehudah (Judah). The Sages explain that Yehudah’s greatest characteristic was that he was able to admit that he had made a terrible mistake. The word to acknowledge a mistake is hoda’ah, and is very closely related to the words Yehudah and Yehudi.

    The following is taken from the Online Etymological Dictionary (
    Jew (n.)
    late 12c., Giw, Jeu, “a Jew (ancient or modern), one of the Jewish race or religion,” from Anglo-French iuw, Old French giu (Modern French Juif), from Latin Iudaeum (nominative Iudaeus), from Greek Ioudaios, from Aramaic (Semitic) jehudhai (Hebrew y’hudi) “a Jew,” from Y’hudah “Judah,” literally “celebrated,” name of Jacob’s fourth son and of the tribe descended from him.
    Spelling with J- predominated from 16c. Replaced Old English Iudeas “the Jews,” which is from Latin. As an offensive and opprobrious term, “person who seeks gain by sordid means,” c. 1600. Jews’ harp “simple mouth harp” is from 1580s, earlier Jews’ trump (1540s); the connection with Jewishness is obscure, unless it is somehow biblical.

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