January 30, 2020
The Anti-Defamation League has yet another study out claiming that millions of Americans hate the Jews.
BREAKING: ADL’s Survey of American Attitudes toward Jews found that, amid the worst outbreak of anti-Semitic violence in…
The Jews come up with several different data points which they claim prove that everyone hates them.
The Jews even go so far as to claim that people are too concerned about violence against transgenders, blacks or gays, and need to be more concerned about Jews. Literally, if Jews are not your number one concern, then you are anti-Semitic, according to the ADL.
It’s becoming increasingly difficult to grasp what exactly the Jews are trying to accomplish by continuing to talk about how much everyone hates them.
I get that the basic purpose of this is to convince people to feel bad for them and then go along with censorship, repression and violence against their enemies.
But at some point, the Jews are going to have created a situation where people begin asking: “why does everyone hate you, Jews?”
And that is a question that the Jews are completely incapable of answering.
Their actual official position on the issue is that across thousands of years, across multiple continents, dozens of nations, various religions – people have hated them for no reason whatsoever.
When trying to explain this, they claim that people who dislike them are defective and must be repressed and oppressed.
New York Times opinion columnist, the fat Jew Bari Weiss, was on Joe Rogan last week to talk about her new book “How to Fight Anti-Semitism,” and she really struggled to explain why anti-Semitism exists.
As I’ve said six million times, anti-Semitism is the only problem that people seek to solve without attempting to understand where it comes from. Eventually, after Joe continues to ask her what is causing this, she said that it is foundational in Western civilization because Jews killed Jesus.
Of course, she then goes on to rant about how the evil Moslems also hate the Jews. And as we know, pre-Christian Romans also hated the Jews.
Ultimately, the problem with research into anti-Semitism is that it is only Jews that are allowed to do it, and Jews are fundamentally incapable of understanding why people dislike them, because they start from the position that it is impossible for them to do anything wrong, because they are God’s Chosen People, and that the goyim – all non-Jews – are naturally evil.
When Jews attempt to translate this into a form that the goyim can understand, they inevitably say that “anti-Semitism is a foundational part of European culture,” which just means, to them, “white people are naturally evil, so they are constantly trying to hurt us.”
Jew Ben Shapiro’s Jew employee Josh Hammer famously explained it thusly: “Jew hatred is inherent in the European DNA.”
Jewish psychology is pathological, so it is impossible for them to analyze this issue coherently.
I’ve personally had a lot of exposure to anti-Semitism, and in my experience, people disliking Jews have nothing to do with the fact that the Jews killed Christ.
Instead, anti-Semitism tends to revolve around much more pressing and immediate issues:
- Jews completely control the US media and use it to push an anti-white, anti-Christian agenda
- Jews control the entertainment industry and use it to destroy family values
- Jews form organizations to promote mass immigration and the ethnic cleansing of white people in formerly white countries
- Jews promote feminism
- Jews promote homosexuality
- Jews promote transsexualism
- Jews promote interracial sex and marriage
- Jews control the financial industry and use it to exploit the natives of the nations they occupy
- Jews control American foreign policy and use the American military to fight wars for Israel
- Jews promote mass censorship of the internet
And the list, of course, goes on.
Let us go ahead and assume that somehow all of these things are untrue, and the Jews are not really involved in all of this behavior. If you wanted to deal with the “problem of anti-Semitism,” you would start by addressing the complaints of anti-Semites and explaining, using facts and logic, how they are wrong.
However, instead of doing that, Jews simply claim that anyone who ever criticizes Jews is driven by a type of evil and simply wants to exterminate the Jews out of pure meanness.
Thus, any “discussion” of anti-Semitism turns into a situation where the entirety of Christian society (or atheist or Moslem society) is tied up and gagged while the Jew stands over them accusing them of evil.
This is not productive.
We are being told, right now, that the biggest and most important issue that everyone on earth needs to be concerned about is anti-Semitism. If that is true, then we need to approach this problem in the same way we approach every other problem: we need to look at the root causes.
In my view, the root cause of anti-Semitism is the behavior of the Jews. It is fine for the Jews to disagree with that, and promote their theory that the Jews have never done anything wrong in all of history and that anyone who criticizes them at all is simply driven by otherworldly evil. But both of our views should be shared so that the people can consider them, and consider for themselves whether the “Jewish behavior” or the “mystical evil forces” answer makes more sense, and which has the better evidence to support it.