posted on Jun, 9 2009 @ 08:39 AM
Jews justify their behaviour by pointing out how they have been persecuted and victimised, throughout the ages, all over the world.
However, when I told some Jews that Jews in different times and places had treated me badly because I was not a Jew, they laughed, saying that if
someone was being treated badly by different people in different paces they obviously were doing something to bring this upon themselves. Therefore
they only had themselves to blame.
This opened my eyes and made me look at the Jewish history of persecution differently. Is it logical to assume everyone who fought against Jews in
the past was simply wanting to kill Jews for the fun of it? Or is it more probable that the Jewish communities concerned were acting in an
Looking at the behaviour of Zionists in Israel and the statements of their leaders, one can only sympathise with those who have tried to drive Jews
from their countries in the past.
This Rabbi is far from being the first to express these sentiments. He's said nothing new. He's merely echoing a highly influential school of
thought which Jews try to keep covered under a veneer of self-righteousness.