There is nothing offensive or derogatory about the word 'Jew'. If you see it as offensive, then it's your own association of the word with negative
connotations, not an objective conception of it. Anyway, if you really want to offend the Jews, concoct the most anti-Semitic sermon possible, and
then just replace "the Jews!" with "the Zionists!", and you're fine, everything's alright. As for why do people hold anti-Semitic views: you must
remember that (common) anti-Semitism is not
classic racism or xenophobia. Anti-Semiticm is, in its very nature, a conspirational perception of
the Jewish people (common among people with Paranoid Personality Disorder) as malicious aliens who cause mischief upon the earth, combined with
jealousy of the purported Jewish fiscal affluence. (For obvious reasons, many rationalizations are offered; most of them are sheer hallucinations,
such as: "Israelis are like the Nazis") The historical roots of modern anti-Semitism lie with national movements in the 19th century, who sought to
differentiate themselves from all the people whom they perceived as foreigners, thus also (and mainly, as the Jews are a vociferous minority) from the
Jewish people. Ancient anti-Semitism is religion-based, and is due to Gentile-Christianity's (as opposed to the Essene Early Christians, who were
mostly of Jewish origin themselves) grim view of their predecessors, the Jews. The son cannot inherit the father while his father is still alive, so
the incarnation of the Christian religion (and the Islamic one as well, for that matter), a successful offshoot of the Jews, cannot coexist with the
physical existence of the Jewish people.
Why do people on this particular website hold anti-Semitic views? Well, it's a place for decidedly unpopular opinions, and some people think that
supporting the Jews is mainstream, thus, in an attempt to rebel against social conventions, they automatically side against the Jews, and proceed to
claim that the Jews control everything and try to smother any dissent. (Nevermind the fact that it is the Jews themselves who lead the
against the laws which prohibit holocaust-denial in Europe, as an instance) Of course, 'suspicious people live longer', but that
doesn't make any conspiracy factually correct: the same people who are so glad to support the fictitious "Palestine", can't bring themselves to
observe the monstrous Eurabia conspiracy creeping behind their backs. The theology on this website is rather peculiar and odd, so naturally,
heart-bleeding religious Leftists (yes, generally they are uncommon, but such people exist), Muslims, Christian Conservatives, and even some Jews, all
people who seek a common denominator on whom they can lash out their crude hatred, find it in anti-Semitism, which is as popular today just as it has
been during the past century. And no, Jews are not more greedy than other peoples -- just more talented, and produce a larger percentage of geniuses.
Anyway, the people who obsess themselves with the Jews, find an extraordinary outlet for their conspiracies in anti-Israelism, and so, with tumid
chests, conceited eyes, and shuddered voices, they proclaim: "I have no problem with the Jews [yeah, right, very believable], just with the damn nasty
Zionists!" (For the anti-Semite, any Israeli is by definition a 'Zionist') Nevermind that the vast majority of Jews is
The people who think that by referring to the USS Liberty incident (actually, 'USS Liberty accident
') they can legitimize their anti-Semitic
sludge, would do good by educating themselves as regards the American active
disapproval of Jewish immigration from Europe to the US during
Hitler's times (which could have saved millions of people, who would have reurned to Europe anyway after the war had ended), and the American
refusal to bomb Auschwitz and save hundreds of thousands of people, before lecturing Israel about maintaining loyal relations with
Uncle Sam. No, you can't just go around and dismiss the American perfidy towards the Jews with a single
accident. This whole endless whining
sounds like this: "The Palestininas' hands are dripping with Jewsish blood. -'Yes, but the USS Liberty...' The Palestinians massively celebrated 9/11.
-'Yes, but the USS Liberty...' Palestinian terror is no-discriminative: it directs any Western person, including innocent American citizens. -'Yes,
but the USS Liberty...' Paying Israel is not an Israeli interest, but an American objective. Israel neither wants nor needs US dollars. -'Yes, but the
USS Liberty...'", ad infinitum. If you want the Jews to stop speaking about the holocaust, you better first erase to oblivion, and utterly efface from
your collective memory, the whole USS Liberty accident.
Originally posted by lonewolf19792000
reply to post by madhadder545
There's only about 5% actual jews in Israel, the sephardim. From what i hear all the rest are khazars from the caucasus mountains who took control.
As for being anti-semitical, palestinians and arabs are semites too, so when it comes to being anti-semitical, well those israeli-khazars are
First of all, stop inventing statistics: approximately 60% of Israeli Jews are Sepharadim. Also, 'what you hear' is insane hallucanations: the Khazar
theory has been disproved a long time ago, and it has been genetically proven several times that Ashkenazim (European Jewry) and Sepharadim (actually,
you refer to Mizrahim, but whatever) have closely tied genetic links. You're second claim is just as laughable: so what if Arabs are Semites as well?
Anti-Semitism is not 'racism against the Semitic races' (even if it sounds like it), but a completely different notion: a Jew may also be an
If you want Israel to be in the hands of semites, then all those white people running the government need to leave.
That's not only factually wrong, and not only blatantly racist, but you forget that there are Mizrahim and even Arabs
in the Israeli Knesset.
Wait, have I just said 'forget'? I meant 'deny', sorry.
They throw around that word anti-semite rather hypocritically. It's okay for them to wall palestinains up in open air prisons like what they
did to bethelehem, when Hitler did the same sh*t to them so it's wrong for Hitler to do that to them but it's ok for them tom do it to other people?
No, what you're saying is hypocrisy: everyone in Beit Lehem (what's the obssession with this city anyway?) is free to leave whenever one wishes, and
Israel has yet to do anything even remotely comparable
or even slightly similar
to what the Nazis have done. You just can't bring
yourself to accept that Hitler, and the Nazis, and most of the perpetrators of the holocaust, were faithful Christians like yourself. So how is this
grave cognitive dissonance solved? Oh that's right, let's just blame the victim and pretend everything's fine and dany! No, you can't do it:
hypocrisy in its finest.
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