This video references the Bible to question many commonly held beliefs about the Jewish people. The narrator argues that the Bible does not call the Jews God’s chosen people and that modern-day Israel is not their homeland. The speaker also points out that the Jewish people do not believe in the Old Testament as it is commonly understood, and that only a small percentage of the people mentioned in the Old Testament can be considered Jewish. The speaker then goes on to explain that the term “anti-Semitic” incorrectly suggests that being anti-Jewish is the same as being anti-Semitic, and that understanding the historical context is important in distinguishing between the two.
When discussing the history of the Jews and their relationship to the name “Israel“, the speaker notes that while the Jews would have different religions and belief systems, they would all fall under the umbrella of the kingdom of Israel. The Speaker points out that Israel would be corrupted by foreign influences and would engage in materialism, sexual morality, and child sacrifice, which would lead to their downfall.
The speaker also notes that the Jews, both before and after the fall of Israel, would launch rebellions against their oppressors, leading to their enslavement and exile. Despite the Jews’ efforts to take Palestine, the speaker argues that they have stolen the name “Israel” from the original Israelites and have convinced the Christian West to believe that they are the chosen people. The Speaker also discusses the Jewish faith and notes that the Jews believe in the Talmud alongside the Old Testament, but have a different interpretation of the Bible than Christians.
The speaker then discusses the separation of the biblical content between the Kingdom of Israel and the Kingdom of Judah. He argues that the Jewish deception and hijacking of the Bible depend on their claim to the terms Semites, Hebrews, and Israelites, even though figures like Moses, who wrote the first five books of the Torah, were not Judahites or from the Kingdom of Judea.
The speaker emphasizes that the majority of people in the Old Testament are not Jews, and the Bible is a history book that tells the stories of many nations and peoples, not just the Jews. The speaker concludes by stating that the Bible is not solely about Jews.