For two millennia, christians have known that the Jews killed Yeshua –A.K.A. Jesus– because so it is written in all of the gospels in the new testament. But they did not do it; it was the Romans.


       When the “apostles” decided to write Yeshua –A.K.A. Jesus – story, they decided to gain the Romans’ favor by exonerating them from Yeshua’s –A.K.A. Jesus – death and putting the blame on the people that did not accept him as their savior, the Jews. Constantine took advantage of that situation. He could not say, “Although we Romans killed the son of god, he chose us to spread his gospels.” Mathew and his colleagues gave him the escape goat he needed. Once again, the Jews were the perfect victims. If you remember, Mark hid the Roman soldiers involvement in the arrest of Yeshua –A.K.A. Jesus.


       Yeshua –A.K.A. Jesus – was not a threat to the Jews; he was a threat to the Romans. His differences with the Sanhedrin were based on the fact that the priests had submitted to the Roman rule, allowing them to appoint kings who were not even Jews. The priests knew Yeshua –A.K.A. Jesus – could not be the messiah, so they were sure he did not pose a real threat to their privileges. The Romans, on the other hand, had been smashing all those who rebelled against the empire. Anybody who could organize the Jews against the Romans was an enemy of the state.

       For centuries, the Romans had reserved the most brutal form of execution, crucifixion, for the enemies of the establishment. The great suffering crucifixion caused to all the victims was intended to persuade others from rebelling against the government. 

       Spartacus and around 6, 000 of his followers were crucified along the Appian Way because they were the greatest threat the Roman Empire had faced within its territory.

       When Pontius Pilate decided to crucify Yeshua – A.K.A. Jesus, he was thinking on the example he would be setting to those Jews who were following Yeshua – A.K.A. Jesus– in his campaign against the Roman domination.

       The tale that tells how the Jews asked the Roman governor to crucify Yeshua –A.K.A. Jesus – was one more of the “apostles’” inventions. They wanted to spread the word, and blaming the Romans for the death of the “son of god” would have prevented them from achieving it.

       The “apostles” could change all the details about the death of Yeshua –A.K.A. Jesus, but not the crucifixion itself. They made up the passages where Pontius Pilate offered the Jews to choose from Barabbas or Yeshua –A.K.A. Jesus – to use the Jews as escape goats, taking advantage of the fact that the Jews had been exiled and could not object.

       They also made the Roman governor wash his hands. That is a symbolic deed meaning they were acquitting him from Yeshua’s –A.K.A. Jesus –   death and putting all the blame on the Jews.

       The writers of the gospels were using the same trick the Levites had been used for centuries, adding and changing some facts for results to be favorable to them.

       According to the gospels, Pontius Pilate meant no harm to Yeshua – A.K.A. Jesus, but read what he did to him:


19:1 Then Pilate therefore took Jesus, and scourged him.

19:2 And the soldiers platted a crown of thorns, and put it on his head, and they put on him a purple robe,

19:3 And said, Hail, King of the Jews! and they smote him with their hands.

19:4 Pilate therefore went forth again, and saith unto them, Behold, I bring him forth to you, that ye may know that I find no fault in him.

19:5 Then came Jesus forth, wearing the crown of thorns, and the purple robe. And Pilate saith unto them, Behold the man!


       This does not make sense. Pilate said he did not find fault with him, but he brought Yeshua –A.K.A. Jesus, beaten up and wearing a crown of thorns, and said, “Behold the man!” It seems to me that he brought him forward to show the Jews what happened to those who rebelled against the empire. And when he says’ “Behold the man!” he meant, “Behold the man you regard as your savior.”

       Then, John says that Pontius Pilate delivered Yeshua – A.K.A. Jesus– to the Jews so they could crucify him.


19:16 Then delivered he him therefore unto them to be crucified. And they took Jesus, and led him away.

       There is one problem with these lines, though. Jews did not crucify those sentenced to death. They stoned them or burned them, but did not put them on the cross. The only people who utilized this manner of execution were the Romans. So, even though the “apostles” tried to hide the fact that it was Pilate who executed Yeshua – A.K.A. Jesus– by changing the words, it is evident, in this passage that the Roman governor did not deliver Yeshua –A.K.A. Jesus – to the Jews, but to the Roman soldiers to be crucified. 


       Pilate went even further and did the following:


19:19 And Pilate wrote a title, and put it on the cross. And the writing was JESUS OF NAZARETH THE KING OF THE JEWS.

19:21 Then said the chief priests of the Jews to Pilate, Write not, The King of the Jews; but that he said, I am King of the Jews.

19:22 Pilate answered, What I have written I have written.

       As you can see here, Pilate considered Yeshua –A.K.A. Jesus – a threat to the Roman Empire because Yeshua –A.K.A. Jesus – was saying he was the messiah, meaning he had the right to the throne of Israel. That was why he wrote, “Yeshua of Nazareth King of the Jews”, to use him as an example to all those who wanted to rebel against the Roman rule.


       Read the following quote:


20:19 Then the same day at evening, being the first day of the week, when the doors were shut where the disciples were assembled for fear of the Jews, came Jesus and stood in the midst, and saith unto them, Peace be unto you.

       For fear of the Jews? I bet that the original words of John’s were, for fear of the ROMANS.  The eleven disciples were Jews, why would they be afraid of their countrymen? The words were changed to make the Jews appear as the killers of Yeshua –A.K.A. Jesus.

       The gospels writers tried to hide Pilate’s involvement in the crucifixion, but they could not hide the hatred the Roman soldiers felt for him. If the Roman soldiers had not seen him as an enemy of the state, they would have been more sympathetic. The cruelty of their actions tells me they considered Yeshua –A.K.A. Jesus – a revolutionary leader.


27:27 Then the soldiers of the governor took Jesus into the common hall, and gathered unto him the whole band of soldiers.

27:28 And they stripped him, and put on him a scarlet robe.

27:29 And when they had platted a crown of thorns, they put it upon his head, and a reed in his right hand: and they bowed the knee before him, and mocked him, saying, Hail, King of the Jews! 27:30 And they spit upon him, and took the reed, and smote him on the head.

27:31 And after that they had mocked him, they took the robe off from him, and put his own raiment on him, and led him away to crucify him.

       All this mocking is a sign that the Romans knew Yeshua –A.K.A. Jesus – wanted to be the Jewish messiah. And that was why he was being crucified.


       Think about it. All the previous Jewish messiahs were warriors: Othniel liberated them from the Mesopotamians; Ehud liberated them from the Moabites; Deborah and Barak liberated them from the Canaanites; Gideon liberated them from the Midianites; Samson liberated them from the Philistines; Hezekiah liberated them from the Assyrians. None of them had been peaceful messiahs. Why would things be different when they were under Roman domination? The Jews did not need a leader to save their souls. They needed someone to save their kingdom. A peaceful messiah did not make sense.


       Yeshua –A.K.A. Jesus – was not a peaceful messiah, anyway. That is just what the “apostles” wrote to make of Yeshua –A.K.A. Jesus – the savior of all, since he had failed in becoming the savior of the Jews.


       The setting in the gospels is the “promised land” during Roman occupation; however, there is no mention of this event in any of them. Is not that strange? The Jews were constantly rebelling against the Romans, and the writers of the gospels never talk about it. Or maybe they did, but then they deleted all traces of it to exonerate the Romans of any wrongdoing against the new christ.

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