White Man Killed Trying To Bring The ‘Kingdom Of Jesus’ To Original People of India
American John Allen Chau was on a mission to bring his version of Jesus and Christianity to the remote North Sentinel Island in Andamans, which is located in the Indian Ocean’s Bay of Bengal and home to the Sentinelese tribe, which is one of the few isolated tribes in the world. Consequently, the 26-year-old from Washington state was reportedly killed.
In a series of journal entries published by The Washington Post , Chau wrote: “Lord, is this island Satan’s last stronghold where none have heard or even had the chance to hear your name?”
To be clear, Chau did not know what “name” was spoken by the Sentinelese tribe, considering outsiders do not know their language and it is illegal to go to the island under Indian Law.
“The complete isolation of the Sentinelese people means contact with the outside world could put them at risk, as they are likely to have no immunity to even common illnesses such as flu and measles,” the BBC reported. Nonetheless, Chau was insistent upon going to the island. He reportedly paid for a small fishing vessel to take him to the island in the middle of the night.
He wrote in his journal, “God Himself was hiding us from the Coast Guard and many patrol.” He wrote that he was “doing this to establish the kingdom of Jesus on the island… Do not blame the natives if I am killed.”
When he arrived on the island, according to his journal, he made eye contact and tried to sing “worship songs.” He wrote, “I hollered, ‘My name is John, I love you and Jesus loves you.’” The Sentinelese people were known to use bows and arrows to shoot at intruders, a teenager reportedly shot at him, piercing his Bible. Chau left before deciding to return, even after such a clear warning.
In his final entry on Nov. 16, Chau wrote, “You guys might think I’m crazy in all this but I think it’s worthwhile to declare Jesus to these people… God, I don’t want to die.” On his last trip, Chau was reportedly killed with arrows, according to some fishermen, seven of whom were arrested for helping him get to the island, claimed they saw his body “being dragged and then buried.”
The Original People Of India
The group of people that John Allen Chau encountered were the last of the original founders of Indian Civilization.
70,000 years ago, East Africans set sail across the Red Sea, traveled along the coastal route around the coast of Arabia and Persia, and settled in India.
The fossil evidence and genetic tests have shown that the Black Dravidian sub-race is the same as the Black East African sub-race which is to be found in the same latitude.
The first Indus Valley Civilizations were founded by those same Black migrants who settled the Indian Subcontinent. India’s Indus Civilization is one of three in the ‘Ancient East’ that — along with Mesopotamia and Ancient Egypt, was a cradle of Civilization in the Old World. It was also the most expansive in area and population.
If the Andamens Are The Original People, Why Are There So Few Of Them?
The short answers are environmental and miscegenation.
It has been hypothesized that the Toba supereruption about 74,000 years ago destroyed much of India’s central forests, covering it with a layer of volcanic ash, and may have brought humans worldwide to a state of near-extinction by suddenly plunging the planet into an ice-age that could have lasted for up to 1,800 years.
In a matter of days, the landscape in India was blanketed with ash. The water turned to poison as the sulfur from the eruption contaminated every water source. As if that wasn’t enough an acid cloud blocked out the sunlight and triggered 6 years of winter. 90 percent of sunlight was blocked killing the plants that relied on it.
And when the plants die, the people die.
Since the Toba event is believed to have had such a harsh impact and “specifically blanketed the Indian subcontinent in a deep layer of ash,” it was “difficult to see how India’s first colonists could have survived this greatest of all disasters.”
Therefore, it was believed that all humans previously present in India went extinct during, or shortly after, this event and these first Indians left very little trace of their DNA in present-day humans – a theory seemingly backed by genetic studies.
While the Toba Eruption destroyed much of the Black population of India, the Aryan Invasion brought the survivors to the brink of extinction.
Whether due to climate change in the North or a perpetuation of their worldwide conquest, we know that Aryans invaded the Indian subcontinent.
These invaders pushed many of the original people to the fringes and islands around the continent or bred them out of existence.
Thus in the same way that Black Egypt became Arab, so too did India become Aryan.
When the British established their empire on the continent between 1858 and 1947, they enforced a caste system that classified the original people as ‘Dalits’ or ‘Untouchables’ – the lowest social caste in their racial hierarchy.
Today, the last remnants of Black India cling to existence.
For centuries, Aryan and white invaders have lynched, infected, and tried to destroy the culture of these original people. Over time, the once open peaceful group became defensive and violent in relation to outsiders.
Given the history of aggression that the original people of India faced in the past, its easy to see why they have a shoot first and ask questions later policy.