Discussion in 'Health and Lifestyle' started by Jos, Apr 8, 2012.
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The Jews it seems, have had drilled into them from childhood that non-Jews consider them outcasts. they tend to exhibit a schizophrenic persecution complex, insisting everybody's after them because, their God told them they are superior to everyone else. It is the rare to find a Jew who perceives the connection between their claims of superiority and the persecution they claim to receive.
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It's not just their claims of superiority, it's their practice of superiority.
Former journalist nabbed for Making Bomb Threats Against Jewish Centers...
FBI Arrests Man Accused of Making Bomb Threats Against Jewish Institutions
March 03, 2017 - The Federal Bureau of Investigation Friday morning arrested a man accused of making recent bomb threats to at least eight Jewish community centers, schools and the headquarters of a Jewish advocacy group.
Wow. I would be paranoid too if people kept trying to systematically murder me.
It's impressive how the FBI always gets their man/woman.
In this case it was a Negro.
He was pissed off at somebody and apparently tried to go after all the Jews for it. Reminds me of Adolf a lot. Only black.
Well it all started out as an early Christian backlash against Jewish persecution of Christians around the Mediterranean. There were rumors in history that Jews had bribed Nero to kill St. Peter and St. Paul in Rome. From that point on it got into the Christian literature.
Then Catholic kings got involved and out of superstition thought they were being cursed for the Jews in their kingdoms.
Then Adolf came along and made it a pan-European tragedy.
Then the Russians came along and systematically expelled Jews from the USSR.
Then American rednecks came along and developed a fondness for the swastika in addition to the rebel flag.
There you have it.
17 centuries of anti-Semitism in a nutshell.
Most jews under 50 years old have never experienced overt, harmful anti-Semitism. There has been the occasional off-color joke, or "insensitive" remark, but they have never been denied a job or turned away from anything significant because they are a jew.
And yet, much of jewish culture is the remembrance of discrimination, persecution, and even genocide.
And this juxtaposition of a world that is "out to get you" with a lack of actual discriminatory experience creates a tendency to over-react to relatively minor events, and to see hurtful intent where the rest of the world sees merely differences of opinion. The biggest example is in Israeli activity. People who think that the Jewish State is acting unethically or criminally with respect to the so-called "Palestinians" or their interests are called out as "anti-Semite." The divestiture movement as "racist" against jews.
And most recently we have people hyperventilating over hundreds of harmless bomb threats and some vandalism at jewish cemeteries. These are despicable acts, but probably the work of a few nut-jobs and not a major anti-jewish movement in the U.S. Has anyone actually been harmed? Not that I'm aware of.
And OF COURSE, it is blamed on Trump.
They would blame it on Bush43, but that would, I suppose, be too much of a stretch.
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