posted on May, 1 2013 @ 12:41 PM
reply to post by zeropointtruth
THANK YOU for writing this. I thought I was going insane. I started working on Wall Street last year. I was interviewed by the only non-Jew on the
team and I was totally unaware of what was in store for me. The week after I started, he resigned, leaving me alone as the only non-Jew in this
When I first met them, I was ignorant, completely. I did notice that they were more stuck up than usual, but I dismissed that. I happened to be
wearing a very small religious symbol that you could only see if you were standing very close to me. One of them eyed it and looked at me in the most
evil way I have ever been looked at in my whole life. I then saw all the star of davids they were wearing that I originally ignored. They seemed to be
testing me - they took me over to the desk of an orthodox jew, or someone who wore a white outfit under his clothes. I decided to treat him the same
as I would treat anyone, I said, hello, nice to meet you. The rest of them were glaring at me watching everything about me from the other side of the
cube as if I was going to laugh at him due to his displaying religious garb. I started to become embarrassed because of my religion. I stopped wearing
my religious symbol. They I decided, if you don't like it, tough and I resumed wearing it.
It's a club with them, they fix each other's problem, wash their hands of their own stuff whenever they need to. When they talk to me, they treat me
as if I am a swine. Several of them had deaths in the family. I told them the normal things like "sorry for your loss" and I would expect the
traditional "thank you". What I got was silence. They don't want to have any conversations about anything at any time with non-Jews.
Then it was discovered that two of them were sleeping together and that it had been covered up for years. Somehow, someway, that was reported and
those two jews needed to be separated. Of course it was done in a way that they still worked together every day in a private group but simply had
another reporting structure. Nothing changed.
When they hold meetings, if you are not a jew, forget about participating. It is all jewish culture and nothing else. When I took time off for my
holiday, I got a sneer comment about it, not understanding that I celebrate my faith in a very devout way.
For anyone else in this situation, you are not alone. Good luck. My advise is, find a new job.