An archeological dig in Galilee has uncovered transcripts of songs supposedly written by a young Jesus Christ in the year 22 AD. The transcripts were written in Aramaic, the language of Christ. The songs evidently deal with Christ's concerns that future generations would not know that he was, in fact, a Jew. One of his fears outlined in a stanza from one song was future generations knowing he was Jewish would refer to Bethlehem as---Hymie Town. Sounding strangely like a modern day Rap song the stanza translates, "Someday...Somebody brown gonna call my birthplace Hymie Town---others gonna say he ain't no Jew---ain't no way---he be a blue eye, blonde haired Ofay!"
In another stanza Christ sings of bigotry and prejudice. Translated from the original Aramaic, it concludes, "I don't hate the Romans, some of my best friends are Roman soldiers."
"This is definitely the work of a young Jesus," stated one researcher. "He speaks of two friends who would later become his disciples. In one song akin to a lament he sings of Thomas and refers to him as a---Weenie. In another which has the sound and beat of today's rap culture he chants that his friend Judas is an--- Accidental Dick-head.
No question about it, states the researcher. "The Accidental Jew-Boy is Jesus of Nazareth!"