joe tsai calls Kyrie Irving an antisemite

Published on 29 Oct 2022 / In Sports

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⁣ Oct 29, 2022
Kyrie Irving has put himself in the middle of another controversy. The Nets star raised eyebrows Thursday with a tweet and Instagram story that included an Amazon page marketing — and tacitly endorsing — a 2018 film “Hebrews to Negroes: Wake Up Black America” that has been described as filled with anti-Semitic disinformation. The film is based on a 2015 book by the same name. Rolling Stone called the film and book “venomously anti-Semitic,” citing statements within claiming “many famous high-ranking Jews” have “admitted” to “worship[ing] Satan or Lucifer.” A Nets spokesperson told The Post: “The Brooklyn Nets strongly condemn and have no tolerance for the promotion of any form of hate speech. We believe that in these situations, our first action must be open, honest dialogue. We thank those, including the ADL [Anti-Defamation League], who have been supportive during this time.” Later in the night, Nets owner Joe Tsai weighed in on Twitter. Kyrie Irving on Thursday tweeted a link to a movie that is filled with anti-Semitic disinformation. “I’m disappointed that Kyrie appears to support a film based on a book full of anti-semitic disinformation,” Tsai tweeted. “I want to sit down and make sure he understands this is hurtful to all of us, and as a man of faith, it is wrong to promote hate based on race, ethnicity or religion. “This is bigger than basketball.” The description of the film on Amazon says the movie “uncovers the true identity of the Children of Israel by proving the true ethnicity of Abraham, Ishmael, Isaac, Jacob, the Sons of Ham, Shem & Japheth. Find out what Islam, Judaism and Christianity has covered up for centuries in regards to the true biblical identity of the so-called Negro in this movie packed with tons of research.” A similar description of the book, as noted by Rolling Stone, reads: “Since the European and Arab slave traders stepped foot into Africa, blacks have been told lies about their heritage.” Both suggest “Hebrews to Negroes” espouse ideas in line with extreme factions of the Black Hebrew Israelites, which have a long history of misogyny, homophobia, xenophobia, Islamophobia, and especially antisemitism, Rolling Stone’s Jon Blistein wrote. The book’s fourth chapter, titled “When Did Racism Towards Blacks Start?” also starts by falsely suggesting that anti-black racism can be traced back to key Jewish texts. There are other passages throughout the book that also have been proven false, according to the Rolling Stone article. This is only the latest instance of Irving having thrust himself into controversial subject matter. In September, Irving shared on his Instagram a 2002 conspiracy video of Alex Jones decrying a “New World Order.” Last season, Irving also found himself embroiled over his COVID-19 vaccine skepticism, which cost him much of his season with the team. And in 2018, Irving, then on the Celtics, claimed the Earth is flat before later apologizing.

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UncleSemantic 1 month ago

“Uh-oh! It’s happening again!”-the 👃

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CelticHeart 1 month ago

Strange. When the film 'The Woman King' came out, I don't recall anyone warning it was full of anti-White disinformation.

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nimblehorse 1 month ago

these freemason negroes are dancing to the Jews own tune.
Negroes and Jews can fulfill one or two at most, of the marks of Israel's Identity
whereas the Anglo-Saxon/Celtic-Germanic fulfill all the Marks of Israel.
1. Israel to be great and mighty nation. Gen. 12:2; 18:18; Deut. 4:7,8.

2. Israel to have multitudinous seed. Gen. 13:16; 15:5; 2[d]2:17[/d]; 24:60; 26:4, 24; 28:3, 14; 3[d]2:12[/d]; [d]49:22[/d]; Isa. 10:22; Hos. [d]1:10[/d]; Zech. 10:7,8.

3. Israel to spread abroad to the West, East, North and South. Gen. [d][d]28:14[/d][/d]; Isa. 42:5, 6.

4. Israel to have a new home. 2nd Sam. [d]7:10[/d]; 1st Chron. 17:9.

5. Israel's home to be north-west of Palestine. Isa. 49:12; Jer. 3:18.

6. Israel to live in islands and coasts of the earth. Isa. 41:1; 49:1-3; 51:5; Jer. 31:7-10.

7. Israel to become a company of nations. Gen. 17:4-6, 15,16; 35:11; 48:19; Eph. 2:12.

8. Israel to have a Davidic King (a perpetual monarchy within Israel). 2nd Sam. 7:13,19; 1st Chron. 22:10; 2nd Chron. 13:5; Psa. 89:20, 37; Eze. 37:24; Jer. [d][d]33:17[/d][/d], 21, 26.

9. Israel to colonize and spread abroad. Gen. [d][d]28:14[/d][/d]; [d]49:22[/d]; Deut. 32:8; [d][d]33:17[/d][/d]; Psa. 2:8; Isa. 26:15; 27:6; 54:2; Zech. 10:8,9.

10. Israel to colonize the desolate place of the earth. Isa. 35:1; 43:19, 20; 49:8; 54:3; 58:11, 12.

11. Israel to lose a colony, then expand, demanding more room. Isa. 49:19, 20.

12. Israel to have all the land needed. Deut. 32:8.

13. Israel to be the first among the nations. Gen. 27:29; 28:13; Jer. 31:7.

14. Israel to continue as a nation forever. 2nd Sam. [d]7:16[/d], 24, 29; 1st Chron. 17:22-27; Jer. 31:35-37.

15. Israel's home to be invincible to outside forces. 2nd Sam. [d]7:10[/d]; Isa. 41:11-14.

16. Israel to be undefeatable - defended by God. Num. 24:8, 9; Isa. 15-17; Micah 5:8, 9.

17. Israel to be God's instrument in destroying evil. Jer. 51:20; 51:19-24; Dan. 2:34, 35.

18. Israel to have a land of great mineral wealth. Gen. [d]49:25[/d], 26; Deut. 8:9; 33:15-19.

19. Israel to have a land of great agricultural wealth. Gen. 27:28; Deut. 8:7, 9; [d]28:11[/d]; 3[d]3:13[/d], 14, 28.

20. Israel to be rich by trading. Isa. 60:5-11; 61:6.

21. Israel to be envied and feared by all nations. Deut. 2:25; 4:8; 2[d]8:10[/d]; Isa. 43:4; 60:10, 12; Micah [d]7:16[/d], 17; Jer. 33:9.

22. Israel to lend to other nations, borrowing of none. Deut. 15:6; 28.12.

23. Israel to have a new name. Isa. 62:2; 65:15; Hos. 2:17.

24. Israel to have a new language. Isa. [d]28:11[/d] (The Bible, by means of which God speaks now to Israel, is English not Hebrew).

25. Israel to possess the gates of his enemies. Gen. 2[d]2:17[/d].

26. Israel to find the aborigines diminishing before them. Deut. [d][d]33:17[/d][/d]; Isa. 60:12.

27. Israel to have control of the seas. Deut. 33:19; Num. 24:7; Psa. 89:25; Isa. 60:5 (F. Fenton translates this last, "when rolls up to you all the wealth of the sea". That could not be unless Israel controlled it).

28. Israel to have a new religion (New Covenant.) Heb. 8:10-13; 9:17; Matt. 10:5-7; Luke 1:77; 2:32; 22:20; John 11:49-52; Gal. 3:13.

29. Israel to lose all trace of her lineage. Isa. 42:16-19; Hos. 1:9, 10; 2:6; Rom. 11:25.

30. Israel to keep Sabbath forever (one day in seven set aside). Ex. 31:13, 16, 17; Isa. 58:13, 14.

31. Israel to be called the sons of God (i.e., accept Christianity). Hos. [d]1:10[/d]-11.

32. Israel to be a people saved by the Lord. Deut. 33:27-29; Isa. 41:8-14; 43:1-8;44:1-3;[d]49:25[/d], 26; 52:1-12; 55:3-10, 13; Jer. 46:27, 28; Eze. 34:10-16; Hos. 2:23; 13:9-14; 14:4, 6.

33. Israel to be the custodians of the Oracles (Scriptures) of God. Psa. 147:19, 21; Isa. 59-21.

34. Israel to carry the Gospel to all the world. Gen. [d][d]28:14[/d][/d]; Isa. [d]43:10[/d]-12 (witnesses), 21; Micah 5:7.

35. Israel to be kind to the poor and set slaves free. Deut. 15:7, 11; Psa. 72:4; Isa. 42:7; 49:9; 58:6.

36. Israel to be the heir of the world. Rom. 4:13.

37. Israel to be God's Glory. Isa. 46:13; 49:3; 60:1, 2.

38. Israel to possess God's Holy Spirit as well as His Word. Isa. 44:3; 59:21; Hagg. 2:5.

39. Israel to be God's Heritage, formed by God, forever. Deut. 4:20; 7:6; 14:2; 2nd Sam. 7:23; 1st Kings 8:51, 53; Isa. 43:21; 54:5-10; Hos. 2:19, 23; Joel 2:27; Micah 7:14 -18.

40. Israel is the nation appointed to bring glory to God. Isa. 41:8-16; [d]43:10[/d], 21; 44:23; 49:3.

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WhiteWinger 1 month ago

Thank you for assembling or at least reposting this. It is seemingly impossible to find a church that teaches the parchments instead of judeononsense.

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nimblehorse 1 month ago

For Christ and Country

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