posted on May, 5 2009 @ 05:48 PM
Personally, I don't have any overarching opposition to the Jews of the world as vastly diverse as that group is (Sephardic, Ashkenazi, Ethiopian
Black, plus the several sects). Yet, non-orthodox Ashkenazi Jews disproportionately work in entertainment in relation to their total size as a group.
To you alleged anti-anti-Jews out there, if someone criticizes Jesus are they anti-Jewish? With YOU PEOPLE it's almost to the point where voicing the
very word 'Jew" triggers your anti-anti-Jew sentiments. This anomaly alone is worth exploring but alas, the anti-anti-Jews will come around and
express their disapproval of the discussion. What about when Jews talk about Jews? is that ok with you guys or are they anti-Jewish Jews? If I'm
opposed to racism but willing to explore characteristics possibly unique to a particular group can I still be anti-racist?
Apparently, there is no room whatsoever on ATS for simply exploring conspiratorial elements to Ashkenazi Jews or Jews in general. This is despite the
fact that people all over the world on an infinite number of levels "keep it in the group" or work together based on a shared group identity.
Remember, this working together can include "CONSPIRING" to achieve a common group goal. Yet you anti-anti-Jews seem wholly incapable of accepting
any such group solidarity with Jews. Why is this? Is this because you have never seen any evidence of Jewish cohesion throughout their history? Did
some Jews not conspire to push Brittan to establish Israel? Do non-orthodox Ashkanzi Jews work together to maintain their prominence in Hollywood and
media (despite whatever degree this actually is)? Be honest.
I've concluded that the popular (majority) opinion on ATS has sided with ignorance and is hardly capable of entertaining the notion of conspiracy
along group lines- whichever way you choose to define "Jews" as a group. Dang y'all ig'nant.