Why Columbus Day Should Be A Jewish Holiday


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“Why do we still celebrate Columbus Day? For Jews, at least, there may be a little-known reason to keep on marking this day: Columbus was Jewish. Not only that, but he was basically the Theodor Herzl of the 15th century.” 

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THE FORWARD – John Oliver’s “Last Week Tonight” asked a really simple yet poignant question: How is Columbus Day still a thing?

At this point, the American education system has modified textbooks to indicate that no, in fact, Christopher Columbus didn’t discover America. In fact, as Slate points out, the Italian explorer who set sail to bring wealth and glory to the Spanish monarchy was actually a colonizer whose arrival on the American continent brought misery and death to millions of Native Americans through slavery, disease and warfare.

So why do we still celebrate Columbus Day?

For Jews, at least, there may be a little-known reason to keep on marking this day: Columbus was Jewish. Not only that, but he was basically the Theodor Herzl of the 15th century.

Charles Garcia outlined all of this in an article for CNN back in 2012:

Over the course of the last decade, Spanish academics and historians (including Jose Eruogo, Celso Garcia de la Riega, Otero Sanchez and Nicholas Dias Perez) have concluded that Columbus was a Marrano, a crypto-Jew, whose survival depended on keeping his Jewish identity sealed and hidden in the face of anti-Semitic ethnic cleansing.

Known as Cristóbal Colón in Spain, Columbus didn’t even speak Italian. His last will and testament, written in Spanish, made some rather unique provisions, which have tipped off historians about his religious background.

On the date of his death, May 19, 1506, his Jewish roots started poking out. Two of his last wishes — tithing one tenth of his income to poor people and providing an anonymous dowry for poor girls — are part of Jewish tradition. He also explicitly decreed giving money to a poor Jewish man living in the Jewish Quarter of Lisbon, Portugal.

In his will there is a subtle yet noticeable symbol — a triangular signature of dots and letters — that is distinctly similar to a symbol found on Jewish tombstones in Spanish cemeteries. He requested that his heirs always use this symbol as well.

October 12, 1492, “Columbus sailed the ocean blue,” Winifred Sackville Stoner, Jr.’s famous poem reads. But another significant event happened that day, further alluding to Columbus’ Jewish heritage. October 12, 1492 was the same day that King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella issued a decree giving Jews the choice of being forced to convert to Christianity, leaving Spain, or, if they remained in Spain as Jews, being subject to torture and murder by decree of the crown.

Simon Weisenthal argues in his book “Sails of Hope” that the date of Columbus’ voyage was no accident. The date was, in fact, chosen in the hopes of finding Jews a safe haven from the crown. What’s more, recently discovered evidence indicates that the Spanish monarchy’s deep pockets did not fund Columbus’ expedition — instead, two Jewish conversos did. Garcia reported for CNN that “Louis de Santangel and Gabriel Sanchez advanced an interest-free loan of 17,000 ducats from their own pockets to help pay for the voyage, as did Don Isaac Abrabanel, rabbi and Jewish statesman.”

So, even though Americans are over Columbus Day — he didn’t really discover America, and his expedition brought nothing but misfortune and suffering to the indigenous Americans — Jews shouldn’t be. After all, if you reframe Columbus to see him not as a brutal colonialist, but as a visionary looking for a safe home for the Jewish people, he’s not all that ideologically different from Herzl and Israel’s founding fathers, is he?

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  1. #2 by RICH on 10/10/2017 - 9:34

    An idea whose time has come. An interesting revelation, to be sure.

  2. #4 by Ryan D. Hall on 10/10/2017 - 9:34

    Reblogged this on ProphetPX on WordPress and commented:
    WOW! The ABSOLUTE NEW and SHOCKING TRUTH… about so-called “Columbus Day”! IT WAS EARLY ZIONISM!

  3. #5 by mothman777 on 10/10/2017 - 9:34

    Colon’s (Columbus’s) program of annihilation of the aboriginal American Indians which led to 100 million American Indians being killed in one way or another over the years after his arrival on boats filled with many Jews, was a typical Jewish land-clearance program to remove all other potentially competing humanoid forms of life, as America was intended to be the New World for the Jews.

    In South America, earlier, the Jewish-led Conquistadors had also murdered 10-12 million aboriginal South American Indians, and when they invaded Venezuela and the Canary Islands they found red-redheaded and blond haired white men, who declared they were remnants of the Atlantean civilization, and they were also all ruthlessly and senselessly slaughtered by the conquistadors.

  4. #6 by homcabu on 10/11/2017 - 9:34

    To mohtman 77: In the canarias were the Huanches, in deed they were white and giants. In Venezuela there were not white men. By the way:
    The wasps (anglosaxons) killed almost all native americans. The black legend about the conquistadors is a lie, a wasp and jewish lie, because the hatred of the jews for Spain. The wasps empires (England and the USA) from their inception were jewish led empires, and follow so.
    Latín America is native descendant in almost 80% of her population. Stop the lies and better study the facts, the massacres were foremostly of north América native people. The wasps always said: the best indian is the dead indian.

  5. #7 by mothman777 on 10/12/2017 - 9:34

    #6 by homcabu I think I read this information about white peoples with red and blonde hair being slaughtered by the Conquistadors in Venezuela and the Canaries in the book by Charles Berlitz ‘Mysteries from Forgotten Worlds’

    Of course, the hysterical process of Jews murdering other peoples by using one gentile people against another has been seen many times.

    Gutle Schaper, wife of Mayer Amschel Rothschild, stated “If my sons did not want wars, there would be none”.

    Pictures of Columbus burning American Indians alive after cutting their feet off and hanging them by their wrists from a log over a burning fire can be seen online, Columbus was one sick racist Jewish mental case. No doubt he set the stage then for future events throughout America.

  6. #8 by Sharrukin on 10/14/2017 - 9:34

    First of all. Thanks for your gentle answer. I agree in general with you. I’ll do my best showing some other facts.
    1.- I think Belitz is wrong about the white people of Venezuela because to kill women was not the guideline of the conquistadors. They come to America without women, for that reason the mongrelization o miscegenetion of Latin America. They always kipped the females.
    We would have today in Venezuela and Chile (in this place supossedly inhabited white people too) people descendants of that mix, and we have not.
    2.- I agree with the fact that the spaniards did massacres too, like the turks, the jews, the mongols, etc. But these events were with very indomitable peoples: e. g. the mapuches in Chile, great warriors for true. Alonso de Ercilla (Alonzo de Erzilla) wrote “The Araucana”, an epic poem where he told the great war deeds of Caupolican and the araucanos, his people, in their battles versus the conquistadors. A homage from a warrior race to another great warrior race: the araucanians or mapuches.
    Take the case of the charrúas, indians inhabitants of the actual Uruguay and North Argentina; they were warriors too and … cannibals! One day 4 sailors that landed for water were captured by the charrúas, the spanish captain saw how the indians killed his men and devored them. He returned with more men, and indeed he massacred the charrúas. These revenges happened in History

    3.- For many indian tribes the conquistadors were liberators. for example the case of the aztecs. Emperor Ahuizotl murdered 80 000 natives to celebrate the birth of his son Tizoc (later emperor too). Remember “Apocalypto” of Mel Gibson, more or less so were the deeds with the aztecs. Hernan Cortés (Cortez) with 800 conquistadors never could have conquered Mexico-Tenochtitlan, the aztec empire without the help of the indian tribes like tlaxcaltecas, cempoaltecas, etc.These tribes were the usual donors for the sacrificial killings in the temples. The aztecs made the “guerras floridas”, battles for the capture of men to sacriface them to their god Huitzilopochtli in the big temple or “Templo mayor”. The tribes around the aztecs hated them, Cortez taked advantage of it.

    4.- Rigth now the population of many hispanic countries is predominantly indigenous, such are the cases of Mexico, Peru, Bolivia, Central America, Ecuador, Venezuela, etc. Yes, there are too “mestizos” (mongrel people) in great proportion, in these same countries. This deed tells us that there were not genocides like in North America with the sanctimonious wasps, real killers of native american peoples. I understand, the english colonizers arrived here with their women. The stage for them was different.

    5.- Now the huanches (wanches) of the canaries, they were white people, the cronicles described them as giants, very indomitable too. They were extinguished by the conquistadors, by order of king Ferdinand the catholic (the maternal greatmom of Fernando II was a jewess, surprise, cruelty is inherited). The islands didn’t provide suficient food for the wanches. The islands were near from Spain, so that the need for women was less. I agree with you, it was a very sensible loss for mankind the massacre of the huanches. Surely the wanches were descendants of the vickings or another caucasic tribe.

    Ok, I have many other things to tell you about our peoples in Latin America, but I’ll reserve for the future. I’am tired for now. Thank you friend Mothman.

  7. #9 by homcabu on 10/14/2017 - 9:34

    I send a a new comment and didn’t appear.
    I had a problem with the password 😤

  8. #10 by mothman777 on 10/14/2017 - 9:34

    Thankyou for your most erudite reply, which contains a great deal of research that I have not seen before, so I cannot yet comment on it, but I will certainly have to bear in mind what you have said and check up on the information you have kindly provided. This particular subject is one that you have obtained much information on in great depth, so I too will have to research more on this too in order to be able to more properly evaluate what you have said. You have made me think. Thankyou again.

  9. #11 by homcabu on 10/15/2017 - 9:34

    My friend, you are wellcome, we’ll comment more of this stuff in the future. 😊🙏🏼👍🏼

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