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December 23, 2014 / Fantelius

Word-triggered Jewish Insanity

Word-triggered insanity (WTI) occurs when a person reacts psychotically to a specific word. This is about the Jewish variety because it’s easily demonstrated and currently significant.

Mention the word anti-semitism to a typical Jew and witness the insanity. The word throws a switch and Jekyll transforms into Hyde in an instant. The word can be dropped neutrally and calmly, ”What do you know about anti-semitism?” Even a slip of paper with the word anti-semitism on it will catalyze the crazy. The seemingly normal person, who may have a prestigious education and high position, becomes a ranting idiot. They speak of increasing anti-semitism as though it were a force of nature, something that rises mysteriously from nowhere and effects people everywhere. The ranting WTI-affected Jew will mention incidence of attacks or violence against Jews that have actually occurred or that they’ve heard about in such an way as to give the impression that bodies of mutilated Jews clutter the streets.

The other day, Danny Cohen, Chief of BBC TV, performed in the typical WTI dance. ”I’ve never felt so uncomfortable being a Jew in the UK /—/ the number of attacks rise … murders in France … murders in Belgium /—/ never felt as I do now about anti-semitism in Europe.”

The most obvious sign of idiocy radiates from the total lack of connection to Israel in general and the vicious treatment of the Palestinians in particular. Even Jewish research professors fail to factor Israel into the formula. Jews are murdering Palestinians en masse, confiscating their land, bulldozing down their homes and preventing them from receiving basic materials of survival. The Israelis are committing Nazi-grade atrocities. The growing anti-semitism is surprising?! It’s surprising that it’s not much greater than it is.

Let’s deal with the elephant in the room. Hundreds of millions of people in the world house an instinctive aversion to Judaism because it implicitly insults the foundation of their spirituality. These people embrace the conviction that God is for everyone and that everyone is equal in the eyes of God. Judaism denies this. No, it says, we are God’s chosen people. History has demonstrated time and again that this instinctive aversion can explode in violent antagonism when violent conditions prevail. You can pretend not to see the elephant, not to know about history and not to be aware of the impending violent conditions. The elephant, history and coming conditions don’t care. If however you happen to be Jewish, I’d suggest you get your act together and go to the front of the struggle against Israeli aggression. Just a suggestion.



“If we can’t join together in humanity
we will perish together in vanity.”
Dartwill Aquila





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  1. summitflyer / Dec 23 2014 3:56 pm

    “If however you happen to be Jewish, I’d suggest you get your act together and go to the front of the struggle against Israeli aggression. Just a suggestion.”

    Support Jewish Voice for Peace ,this would be a good beginning.
    So very well said.

  2. sayedhusaini / Dec 23 2014 4:07 am

    Reblogged this on muneebhusaini.

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