Over the last few days a video has gone viral of 20-year-old black man beating up an elderly white man inside a Detroit nursing home.
It’s fairly disturbing to watch as the victim is 75 and incapable of doing anything to defend himself. The perpetrator’s name is Jadon Hayden and is a black supremacist according to videos he has posted on Youtube. Remember this the next time some expert diversity representative on CNN tells you that only whites are capable of racism.
What interests me about this incident, besides how disturbing it is, is that Hayden is a Black Hebrew Israelite. As obscure and specific as this group sounds, upon doing some research it is a broad name for many smaller groups. Some of those groups have “Christian” leanings while others believe they (blacks) are the chosen race to rule the world. Hayden appears to be in the latter category.
Particularly, I am posting about this because this is the third time over the past eighteen months that I have notice the Black Hebrew Israelites in the headlines. As you might imagine, none of the headlines were good press.
If you recall in the Covington Catholic controversy, it was this same group who taunted the group of teenagers from Kentucky.
In a statement released Sunday, Covington Catholic High School junior Nick Sandmann, who was shown over the weekend standing face-to-face with an indigenous man Friday in Washington, D.C., said the standoff took place after four African-American protesters said “hateful things” to Sandmann and a group of his classmates.
“They called us ‘racists,’ ‘bigots,’ ‘white crackers,’ ‘faggots’ and ‘incest kids.’ They also taunted an African-American student from my school by telling him that we would ‘harvest his organs.’ I have no idea what that insult means, but it was startling to hear,” Sandmann wrote.
The remark about harvesting organs may reference Jordan Peele’s horror-satire “Get Out,” a 2017 movie in which the black boyfriend of a white girl discovers her family is harvesting the organs of blacks.
The four African-American protesters near the Lincoln Memorial have been identified as members of the Black Hebrew Israelites.
In its magazine, “Intelligence Report,” the Southern Poverty Law Center calls the Black Hebrew Israelites a hate group that is “becoming more militant.”
While I am not inclined to agree with the SPLC, it appears they might be right about this group becoming more militant.
And if you recall the series of murders of Jews that took place in NY/NJ last year, that was also this same group.
The two suspects in a deadly shooting at a cemetery and kosher supermarket in Jersey City held anti-Semitic views and had expressed interest in the Black Hebrew Israelite group, New Jersey Attorney General Gurbir Grewal said at a press conference Thursday.
Two of the four people killed Tuesday by the shooters were members of the Orthodox Jewish faith. Thousands mourned the two at funeral services Wednesday evening.
“Based on what we have collected so far … we believe that the suspects held views that reflected hatred of the Jewish people, as well as a hatred of law enforcement,” Grewal said.
Both shooters had expressed interest in the Black Hebrew Israelites – a group with factions that have been designated as “hate groups” – but appeared to have acted alone in what was being investigated as a domestic terrorism incident with a hate crime bent, Grewal said.
Of course, it is beyond ironic that these black supremacy groups are labeled “Anti-semitic” when they are claiming to be the real Hebrews. When these murders took place, but before suspects were identified, there was plenty of outcries about how horribly racist the incidents were and how white supremacy was clearly on the rise. The real events didn’t quite fit the narrative, so they had to be adjusted.
I would speculate that incidents such as these continue to grow in frequency in coming years. The approved globalist narrative is being seen as a lie by every tribe within the empire, not just Europeans. In fact, Europeans were the only ones to ever believe the lie in significant numbers and they are the last group of tribes to realize the current arrangement is unsustainable. Every nation desires sovereignty. What we don’t know is what to expect after all of the nations have been functionally eradicated, which is what we are about to witness.