Here is the unknown and twisted story of how an obscure mathematician came to become one of the most famous and recognizable people in human history. But, was there an ulterior purpose to all of this?
Perhaps you have had the experience of sitting in on a physics class, watching Einstein's equations explained. As you watch, something odd enters into your mind. Is all this really original? It seems the equations were all seen before, published previously by other mathematicians. Only now they have been packaged to make the conclusions fit together. Question; is that really genius?
Something else odd. Why is it always emphasized that Einstein was a Jew? Actually, to the best knowledge, Einstein was a Non-Semitic Jew: that is, he had little to no descent from Israelites, but was rather descended from central Asian Khazars. Modern descendants of the Khazars in large part do not subscribe to the religion of ancient Israelites, but rather to Babylonian Talmudism (most often deceptively labeled to as 'Judaism'). Is there a reason why a Talmudic Khazar is lifted to the loftiest levels of praise and non-diety esteem that can be accorded to a man?