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originally posted by: LostAndFound2
I was senior in high school and will never forget my science class,
If I deserved grade B, I would get an A
If I deserved grade C, I got a B
My Jewish teacher who I have nothing against, he was ok teacher. Thought that I was Jewish because one time I was doodling Star of David in my notebook out of sheer boredom, that plus my German sounding last name, my teacher saw it and concluded I was Jewish.
I didn't mind the special treatment, it felt good to always get more than I deserved on tests and assignments.
But in this favouritism and non-assimilation lies the problem.
If you can only merry Jew
If you only hire Jews
If you only do business contract with Jewish owned business
Eventually others will start resenting you for it, same thing with blacks or Irish or Italians
Building barriers at some point leads to hate, it doesn't happen suddenly, it builds up over the years, even centuries.
originally posted by: OmegaVice
a reply to: nOraKat
I can understand that viewpoint. Arrogance is very difficult to deal with. I wonder, when coupled with exhibiting arrogance, if their are other internal emotions besides feeling superior that render the act of arrogance as a dominant trait? What do you think?