The first tenet of the Ismlessism is the religious belief and conviction of the “chosenness” of the Jewish people, and that via descent from the ancient Israelites, Jewish people are the chosen people, i.e. selected to be in a covenant with God. Just so you know that, although I am not perfect, just as equally important personally to me and my nearly 5 year long endeavour to remove racism, forgive Adolf Hitler and save white people, was also my law of emphatic and passionate philo-Semitism and absolute, eternal and violent pro-semitism. I am like Antifa when it comes to anti-Semitism. The protection and loving care for Jewish people was simultaneously my passionate goal or belief along side the forgiveness of Adolf Hitler and saving white people for 5 years. Having these dual goals, beliefs or dual motivations for nearly 5 years, was how the Ismlessism was achieved. I know it’s dumb, taken for granted and imbecilic, but like anti-racism, I don’t like taking things for granted, in that I like to read a book about something to confirm my convictions and beliefs. Therefore, in July 2017 I actually read a book called Judaism: History, Belief and Practice, by Dan Cohn-Sherbok to confirm my pro-Semitism and to check or make sure that there was nothing wrong with Judaism. As soon as I finished the book I knew there was absolutely nothing wrong with Jewish people, and that absolutely nothing deserved the Holocaust. Stupid I know, but that was the turning point. From that moment on I knew I was definitely a devoted and loving pro-Semite. Therefore, obviously I make absolutely no difference whatsoever between Jewish people and white people. Therefore, although I was a medium racist I was NEVER anti-Semitic. I consider Jews white people and I love them just as much as Christian white people. Loving philo-Semitism and absolute, eternal and violent pro-semitism is the first law of the Ismlessism.
For you are a holy people to the Lord your God, and the Lord has chosen you to be a people for His own possession out of all the peoples who are on the face of the earth. Deuteronomy 14:2