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November 12, 2015

In 1492 Columbus sailed the ocean blue; in 1497 Columbus died and went to heaven

Filed under: Germany, Holocaust — Tags: , — furtherglory @ 7:52 am
Christopher Columbus

Christopher Columbus

In 1492 Columbus sailed the ocean blue; in 1497 Columbus died and went to heaven.

We all know that in 1492, Columbus sailed the ocean blue. But did Columbus go to heaven when he died in 1497? No, he did not!

Columbus was Jewish and Jews don’t believe in heaven, nor in hell.  I learned that from Howard Wolowitz, the Jewish character on the TV show called The Big Bang Theory.

Columbus was expelled from Spain in 1492 because he was Jewish.

This quote is from this Jewish source:

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It was Christopher Columbus, the “world-unveiling Genoese” himself, who first linked the Jews and the New World. In his letter to the king and queen of Spain which opens the Journal of the First Voyage, Columbus writes:

So after having expelled the Jews from your dominions, Your Highnesses, in the same month of January, ordered me to proceed with sufficient armament to the said region of India.

Actually, Columbus set sail on August 3, 1492, a day after the expulsion of the Jews from Spain began. Much has been written of Columbus’s purported Jewish origins and of Jews who accompanied him on his first voyage. It is certain only that the expedition’s interpreter, Luis de Torres, was born a Jew but had converted shortly before the expedition set sail; that two “New Christians,” Luis de Santangel and Gabriel Sanchez, had a hand in the financing; and that two Jews, Abraham Zacuto and Joseph Vecinho, provided technical expertise that helped Columbus navigate the “Ocean Sea.”

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So what does this have to do with anything?  One of the Jewish readers of my blog thinks that the Jews were expelled from Germany and killed by the Nazis for no reason at all.

I previously blogged about this here:

I also blogged about the Jews being killed in German in the year 1298:

The Jews are flocking back to Germany now.  I wrote about this on these two blog posts:

Why would the Jews want to go back to Germany after being Holocausted by the Germans? It is because it is easy to take advantage of the German people who are kind and loving, not like the Jews who lie, cheat and steal and take advantage of everyone with whom they come in contact.