HMSendeavour wrote:Need I honestly pretend to take this quote seriously? When someone provides a source for it, then I will bother to waste mental energy on it.
It is definitely too ridiculous to be taken seriously. I don't know the exact origin of the quote, but I searched google and found that it was posted in multiple places before he ever posted it. Possibly its origin was a White troll pretending to be Black that did it just as a joke. It reminds me of this story:Facebook's biggest Black Lives Matter page 'was scam run by middle-aged white man in Australia'http://web.archive.org/web/201804110351 ... 97836.html
See the quote for example dated 10 months ago here: http://archive.fo/IIp0Q
One commenter remarked: "Someone had said he wrote this in his memoir, Maim Khemp.. I didn’t spell it right but he wrote it.. If he didn’t.. Why is It circulating around da internet"
It also appears in this woman's facebook post of 31 December 2019: http://archive.fo/bMswD
The quote was posted on 4chan's /pol/ back in 2017: https://archive.4plebs.org/pol/thread/113021843/
From: https://thegrio.com/2020/07/07/eagles-d ... ler-quote/
According to the Philly Voice, researchers have found that the text comes from a book called “Jerusalem,” by Dennine Barnett. But, Barnett attributes the quote to another text called “The Nazis World War II” by Robert Edwin Herzstein published in 1980.
The quote is indeed found in a book called "Jerusalem" that is available on Google Books, apparently published in 2016: https://books.google.com/books?id=VFU2D ... 22&f=false
Another book "The Hidden Treasure That Lies in Plain Sight 4" features the quote, published in 2018: https://books.google.com/books?id=qpRcD ... 22&f=false
My guess is that some White troll made the quote years ago and spammed it around these "Black Hebrew Israelite" groups; they are mostly African Americans claiming the ancient Egyptians, Greeks, Romans, Israelites, Britons, Amerindians, etc were sub-Saharan Black Africans. These types will literally eat up anything you tell them if it makes them feel good. It is abusive in a sense, like teaching a child profanity. But when you sit back for a moment and take it all in, it's quite funny. The funniest part is how they are treating this incident as something serious when the guy who invented the quote is probably in a hospital now after laughing too much. It's a real thing: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Death_from_laughter
I have interacted with these types before. They love to "debate" which is just them copy-pasting this sort of nonsense over and over again and attacking any opposing argument as linked to some "racist" who hates Blacks because of their skin color. This trip to Auschwitz isn't going to do anything for the guy. They really are just bullying him at this point.