I am as white as you will ever be! Look at him, this is a leader. Not David the woos Duke!
This will be an ongoing thread and this will be a thread like no other. The Irish think they come from Leprachauns and that needs to change. Hannibal is not a definite proof that this name was a Canaanite any more than the name Annabelle is. The truth is we have to look and we have to look for proof regardless of what the Jews and obvious Jew controlled intellects preach. We have to always take into account that vowels were at one time not universal as they are today and when they did become universal we have to take into account that some vowels were not as easily placed as others. Let me give you a few examples…
I have often used the icon “Theotokos Iverskaya” (Russian icon) which means “Mother of the Saviour of the Hebrews”. Now where do all these words fit in? I have been studying Russian lately and “skaya” or often “kaya” or “kya” is feminine like Jesse and Jessica (Jessicya). When a Russian says “American” for a female it is “Americanka” differentiating it from the male “Americanyetz”, Russian male is “Roos” and female is “Russkya”. A female named Irishka is not an “ish” (man) but a woman of Ire or similar to Iverskaya ( Iber or Eber). Iverskaya or Ivernia was the word for “Iberia” (the Eastern Iberia).
Pay no attention to all of this, but Iberia was in the modern area of Armenia today. Understand that Jews mix in different times of history you have to decipher it all knowing there is a “LIAR”. Iberians of the West were the same Iberians of the East, the Jews got in and simply brainwashed the same lemmings we have today from the East and the West. Without free speech you will never know and the networks you believe have free speech…..they dont have it. Trust me!
The names just go on and on and on, but who is searching folks? Didoya is now said to be an Arabic name, but we can see this what not Arab in these days. Didoya is more than likely from Dido the Phoenician woman (Didoka) near the original Albania (White land).
The name Bruce. Where did it come from? Did it come from some Ashkenazi who murdered 20, 30 , 50 Muslims in prayer in the Jew state (Baruch Goldstein)? How was
I am going to tell you something that is going to be a shock to some, but to others like a lobotomy. Jews will use names, locations, events, whatever to make you believe they are connected to the Bible or biblical names, events etc. You have to ask why do they discredit their own world? They dont folks, they discredit YOURS!
Bruce spelled before the British or Scotts “Scythians” (th is silent) Sakaan’s had vowels? How was Hannibals name spelled? BRC or BRK (what have I been telling you for years now?).
Baruch (Hebrew: בָּרוּךְ, Modern Barukh, Tiberian Bārûḵ; “Blessed”) has been a given name among Jews from Biblical times up to the present, on some occasions also used as surname. It is also found, though more rarely, among Christians—particularly among Protestants who use Old Testament names.
I let you read that without puking first- Folks how is Baruch a “Jew” name? Think about it. How is David a Jew name? Jews will not talk about their own family? I thought Jews were so called “ethnocentric”? It is total garbage!!!
Except for its use as a name, this is also related to berakhah or bracha (Hebrew: ברכה; plural ברכות, berakhot), which is a Jewish blessing. See also: Baraka and Barakah.
It has nothing to do with “JEWISH” folks- DO YOU UNDERSTAND?
The root B-R-K meaning “blessing” is also present in other Semitic languages. The most common Arabic form is the passive form Mubarak, but the form Barack is also used.
Ok Obama too I presume!
Benedictus is a Latin name with similar meaning; cf. Baruch Spinoza or Benedictus de Spinoza. ~ More Jewish BS!
Hannibal’s last name was B-R-K! Think about it! He was called “the fair” which is exactly the same word they used for white wine, blonde, white and holy. Hannibal or “Hannah” or “Chana” or whatever root you want to use it was Hebrew and the Phoenicians were the originators of our language, our alpabet and the name of our continent- Europe! Get over it! He was fair because he was a Phoenician and they were all “fair”.
Biblical names and later different spellings of Hebrew names male and female:
Jesse or Yesse (there was no “J”)- Jessica or Yessica (Hebrew Yiskah)
Fian or Fenius- Bianca
Here’s a good one
Francis- Francesca-English form of the Late Latin name Franciscus which meant “Frenchman”, ultimately from the Germanic tribe of the Franks, who were named for a type of spear that they used. This name was borne by the 13th-century Saint Francis of Assisi, who was originally named Giovanni but was given the nickname Francesco by his father, an admirer of the French.
The spear or knife was “gar” or “gor” or “ger” as in German (sgar as in sicario or sicarii- like Zachary- ultimately Isaac). Not strange that Zachary has NO female variant.
You know it is odd when you google Hebrew female names you get “Jewish” baby names. I mean how stupid are we? You people cant figure this stuff out?
Now back to the word Iverskaya. The Russians have a “y” in their “ca”s sometimes almost without noticing it, but always there. Take “Anushka” for instance, it sounds Russian, but it’s Hebrew (Asenka the same as Annika which means “Grace” or is it really “God’s grace or “Ya’s grace?), Rebecca etc. There is a form of Rebecca in every white country, but not one Esau or Edom, why? Do white people think they are “Jews”? They dont even know Rebecca wasnt even a Jew.
Now we can look at all kinds of Russian names in that same light such as
Sofia or Sofiya, Tat”ya”na, Ul”ya”na, Emilia, Julia, Yana, Anastasya, Valeriya, Victoriya, Darya, Di”ya”na, Claudia or Klavdia, Lidya, Lilya, Lucya, Mariya, Natalya, Olesya, Kseniya, Evgeniya (gene of Ya) this one is important because it is related to Iverskaya, Iberia, ivory, Eber, Ivan as in the Russian last name Ivanova, Evan or Yvonne or Yavon which may very well be the true meaning of Hebrew or Ibri or even Ya-brew or Ye-bri. It is also the root of the name “Ian” or “John”, but of course there was no “J” in Hebrew (it comes from Yachanan (Yahweh is gracious). If you make fun of the name “Yahweh” or you claim you can’t use the word YHWH or Ya it is impossible because it is in a thousand names all over the white world. Here are just a few:
FEMININE FORMS: Jane, Janessa, Janice, Janis, Jayne, Jean, Jeana, Jeane, Jeanna, Jeanne, Joan, Joann, Joanna, Joanne, Johanna, Johnna, Shauna, Shavonne, Shawna, Sheena, Shena, Johna (English), Joanna (Biblical)
OTHER LANGUAGES/CULTURES: Deshaun, Deshawn, Keshaun, Keshawn, Rashawn, Rashaun (African American), Gjon (Albanian), Yahya, Yuhanna (Arabic), Hovhannes, Hovik, Hovo, Ohannes (Armenian), Ganix, Ion, Jon (Basque), Ivan, Yan (Belarusian), Ioannes (Biblical Greek), Yehochanan, Yochanan (Biblical Hebrew), Iohannes (Biblical Latin), Yann, Yanick, Yannic, Yannick (Breton), Ioan, Ivan, Yoan, Ivo, Yanko (Bulgarian), Joan, Jan (Catalan), Jowan (Cornish), Ghjuvan (Corsican), Ivan, Ivica, Ivo, Janko, Vanja (Croatian), Ivan, Jan, Honza, Janek (Czech), Jan, Jens, Johan, Johannes, Jon, Hans, Jannick, Jannik (Danish), Jan, Johan, Johannes, Hanke, Hanne, Hannes, Hans, Jo, Joop (Dutch), Johano, Joĉjo (Esperanto), Jaan, Johannes, Juhan (Estonian), Jóannes, Jóhannes, Jón (Faroese), Jani, Janne, Johannes, Joni, Jouni, Juhana, Juhani, Hannes, Hannu, Juha, Juho, Jukka, Jussi (Finnish), Jean, Yann, Jeannot, Yanick, Yannic, Yannick (French), Xoán (Galician), Ioane, Ivane, Vano (Georgian), Jan, Johann, Johannes, Hannes, Hans, Jo (German), Giannis, Ioannis, Yannis, Yiannis, Gianni, Yanni, Yianni (Greek), Keoni (Hawaiian), Yochanan (Hebrew), Iván, János, Jancsi, Jani, Janika (Hungarian), Jóhann, Jóhannes, Jón (Icelandic), Yohanes (Indonesian), Eoin, Sean, Seán, Shane (Irish), Giovanni, Ivan, Ivano, Gian, Gianni, Giannino, Nino, Vanni (Italian), Johannes, Joannes (Late Roman), Jānis (Latvian), Sjang, Sjeng (Limburgish), Jonas (Lithuanian), Ivan, Jovan, Ivo (Macedonian), Ean, Juan (Manx), Hann, Jan, Jon, Hankin, Jackin, Jankin (Medieval English), Jehan (Medieval French), Zuan (Medieval Italian), Jan, Jens, Johan, Johannes, Jon, Hans, Jone (Norwegian), Joan (Occitan), Yahya (Persian), Iwan, Jan, Janusz, Janek (Polish), João, Joãozinho (Portuguese), Ioan, Ion, Iancu, Ionel, Ionuț, Nelu (Romanian), Ioann, Ivan, Vanya (Russian), Juhán (Sami), Eoin, Iain, Ian (Scottish), Ivan, Jovan, Ivica, Ivo, Janko, Vanja (Serbian), Ivan, Ján, Janko (Slovak), Ivan, Jan, Janez, Žan, Anže, Janko (Slovene), Iván, Juan, Xuan, Juanito (Spanish), Jan, Jens, Johan, Johannes, Jon, Hampus, Hannes, Hans, Hasse, Janne (Swedish), Yahya (Turkish), Ivan (Ukrainian), Evan, Iefan, Ieuan, Ifan, Ioan, Iwan, Siôn, Ianto (Welsh)
VARIANTS: Janessa, Janice, Janis, Jayne, Jean, Jeana, Jeane, Jeanna, Jeanne, Shavonne, Jayna, Shevaun, Shevon
DIMINUTIVES: Jan, Janae, Janel, Janelle, Janet, Janette, Janey, Janie, Janna, Jannette, Jaynie, Jeanie, Jeni, Jenna, Jenni, Jennie, Jenny, Janeka, Janele, Janella, Janetta, Netta
OTHER LANGUAGES/CULTURES: Lashawn (African American), Jone (Basque), Joanna (Biblical), Ioanna (Biblical Greek), Iohanna (Biblical Latin), Ioana, Ivana, Yana, Yanka, Yoana (Bulgarian), Joana, Jana (Catalan), Ivana (Croatian), Ivana, Jana, Johana, Janička (Czech), Johanna, Johanne, Jeanette (Danish), Jana, Janna, Johanna, Janine, Janneke, Jantine, Jantje, Jeanette, Jeanine, Jeannette, Jenny (Dutch), Johanna (Estonian), Janina, Johanna, Jenna, Jenni, Jenny (Finnish), Jeanne, Johanne, Janine, Jeanette, Jeanine, Jeannette, Jeannine (French), Xoana (Galician), Jana, Janina, Johanna, Janine, Jenny (German), Gianna, Ioanna, Yanna (Greek), Johanna, Zsanett (Hungarian), Jóhanna, Jóna, Jenný (Icelandic), Chevonne, Shavonne, Shevaun, Shevon, Síne, Siobhán, Sinéad (Irish), Giovanna (Italian), Johanna (Late Roman), Janina (Lithuanian), Ivana, Jovana (Macedonian), Jehanne, Johanne (Medieval French), Johanna, Johanne, Jeanette (Norwegian), Janina, Joanna (Polish), Joana (Portuguese), Ioana (Romanian), Yana, Zhanna, Zhannochka (Russian), Jean, Seona, Seonag, Sheena, Sheona, Shona, Sìne, Jessie, Sìneag, Teasag (Scottish), Ivana, Jovana (Serbian), Ivana, Jana, Janka (Slovak), Ivana, Jana (Slovene), Juana, Jenny (Spanish), Janina, Janna, Johanna, Jannicke, Jannike, Jeanette, Jennie, Jenny (Swedish), Yana (Ukrainian), Shan, Siân, Siwan, Siana, Siani, Sioned (Welsh)
I highlighted Sinead because this name in itself with so many variants of letters throughout time goes into a cacophony of names and words in itself. How did Sinead come from Ya because as I have written before the “S” is sometimes a hard “c” or spelled as “ch”, but actually a Hebrew “Y” that is pronounced with a “k” sounding similar to Chabad and Shabad (sorry I had to use that word but they steal words) Kabad in the bible means “honorable” so we know that could never be meant for the Jews, or Cherubim and Seraphim, etc etc. Sinead oddly enough is related to Kennedy and even Hannity (I know it makes me sick too).
I could go on and on with this, but these names are all related to “ya” just like the prophets names Jeremiya, Obidiya, Zachariya, Isaiya, Hoseya, Zephaniya, etc… Again do we think we are Jews? No Jews think they are us.