DNA itself, relating to cultural identities, is a racism itself, scientific racism. Cultural identities such as Turkic, Pole, etc can not be traced by DNA studies. Anyway, this is another issue we can debate.
This was proved untrue years ago. Instead of quoting spurious websites, check out some scientific sources. You'll find links galore if you use the search function.
Proved untrue? Not at all. For example, the word Askenazi appears in written history sources first time in old bible and it's not known more than this though Hellens/Greeks claimed a lake name, an Iran/Persian historian ,n 11th c. claimed Khazar region people, etc etc. If you didn't like web site I gave, belong to an Askenazi historian, check out Wiki, you will see all theories of which none of them has been proved.
How you are talking is like talks of Israel officials. Official histories of countries may not tell a lot, or may cut short (as they do in translation/rooting of word, Askenazi as German Jewish, not to go long back in the history and to cut it short by telling their last locations.) - We here are not officials, so, our talks are purely talks of ordinary folks.
Nomad, you OK, but you got a lot confused...Jews own or control 90% US media...Jesus was not a Jew...OK.
Wrong. Jews own 10% of media, but, since there are a small minority like 6 million in 300 million, you see them as if they are everywhere..
It is not so really important if Jesus himself was a Jew or not. He was in a tribe who are named Jews even today. What is clear to me is that Jesus was a leader in a revolt against Roman Empire of the day.