The Jerusalem Post has discovered that The series book, which was adapted into an antisemitic film, has become a bestseller on Barnes and Noble, Apple Books, and Amazon, thanks to the popularity of basketball player Kyrie Irving.
The Amazon Versions of the books “Black & African American Studies,” “People of African Descent & African American Biographies,” and “Religious Persecution & Intolerance” are also the best-selling books in these three categories. The series, “America Black Up Wake Negroes: Entries to Hebrews,” promotes the conspiracy theory that Jewish people are imposters who have stolen the heritage of black people.
Versions “Black & African American Biographies” in the category, were the first book by author Jr. Dalton Ronald. The autobiography, “The Promised Land: Barack Obama’s Former President Autobiography,” beat out the autobiography “The Story of Malcolm X: Told As It Was Told To Alex Haley” by becoming the best-selling audiobook, ranking number 9. Additionally, the hardcopy versions of “The Promised Land: Barack Obama’s Former President Autobiography” and “The Story of Malcolm X: Told As It Was Told To Alex Haley” won the top slots in the “Black & African American Biographies” and “Biographies, African American & Black” categories, with 8 and 4 versions, respectively. Hannah-Nikole Jones’s hardcopy and audiobook versions of “The Story of 1619 Project: A New Origin Story” also won 8 and 4 versions, respectively, and secured spots in the top ten books in the “Studies, African American & Black People” category.
Hebrews to Negroes on Apple Books ranked as the 9th top audiobook, while the book also secured the 69th position on Barnes & Noble’s list of the 100 bestselling books.
The books are available in paperback format, priced between $28 and $35, while the audiobooks can be purchased for approximately $9.
‘White Jews knows that the Negroes are the real Children of Israel and to keep Americas secret the Jews will blackmail America.”
Fake Adolf Hitler quote featured in Hebrews to Negroes
Films and books promoting conspiracy theories against the Jewish community
According to the Anti-Defamation League, the ADL states that the purpose of writing is to “hinder Black individuals from discovering their ‘authentic’ heritage,” while also asserting that Jews are involved in a concealment. The films and books, as per the ADL, promote various anti-Semitic ideas and clichés, which involve notions of Jewish influence, avarice, and domination over sectors like the media. Additionally, they also seem to support the Khazar theory.
Hitler Adolf often used a fake quote falsely attributing crimes to the leader of the Nazi party, and reportedly featured passages from The Protocols of the Elders of Zion in his books.
The followers and supporters of the Hebrew Black Israelite movement, who belong to the Nation of Islam, frequently share a quote online that states, “If the Negroes knew that they were the real Children of Israel, white Jews would not be able to keep their secret plan of world domination. They will try to extort America and blackmail America because the Jews know that Negroes are the true Israelites.”
Furthermore, it is important to note that the rapper Kanye West recently made a tweet alluding to the fact that Jewish people and black people are actually the same, as he cannot be antisemitic. He stated “3 con death” in his tweet.
“You can’t be antisemite when you know you are Semite.”
Kyrie Irving controversy involving antisemitism
West repeated this belief in a defense of Irving on Thursday, saying “You can’t be antisemite when you know you are Semite.”.
Irving faced a wave of criticism and allegations of antisemitism after posting a link to the 2018 movie on social networking sites.
The Brooklyn Nets suspended Irving’s team on Thursday night, expressing their disappointment that Irving did not condemn antisemitism during his conversation with the reporters. The suspension will last for a minimum of five games.
The basketball player later apologized for sharing the film and had also previously committed to donating funds to combat “hate and intolerance.”.