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February 13, 2015 / Fantelius

Anti-Goyimistic Jews

Why is anti-Semitism growing?
According to Sacks, the former chief rabbi of Britain, “An ancient hatred has been reborn.”
Rabbi Miller, on the other side of the pond in Michigan, chimes in, “The rise of anti-Semitism is … the continuation of the same Jewish hatred that has raised its ugly head for centuries.”
This meme among the Jews also appears as “The awakening of the sleeping giant of anti-Semitism.”
This ancient hatred, we are told, has deep and historical roots.

What historical roots? Where do they come from? What started it?
Don’t expect any answers. We are speaking of hatred. Where is this hatred that keeps being reborn, regularly awakens and perpetually raises its head? It can’t be a natural phenomena like an earthquake, volcano or luna eclipse. Hatred is an emotion. It must reside in people. Many Jews believe that anti-Semitism is a genetic trait of the Gentiles who they call Goyim. These Jews are, in other words, as anti-Goyimistic as they believe the Goyim to be anti-Semitic. What proportion of Jews embrace this belief? I don’t know, but as about 50% of American Jews marry Goyim, it can’t be too great outside of Israel.

The rabbis mentioned above offer no clue concerning why anti-Semitism grows, awakens and lifts in head sometimes but not at others, but these intellectual Lilliputzes (sic) deny explicitly that Israeli policy has anything to do with the current growth. If stupidity were oil, the USA would invade these people.

The Jews who believe in an ancient and continuing hatred, believe themselves to be faultless. Anti-semitism is 100% a gentile defect. They can’t explain why the “defective gentiles” become antagonistic at times at not at others, but they are certain that they themselves have absolutely nothing to do with it.

Alan Hart often quotes Y. Harkabi, former Director of Israeli Military Intelligence, saying, “The biggest real threat to Israel is its self-righteousness.”
Synonyms of self-righteousness: self-centered, egotistical, arrogant, conceited, superior, smug, complacent, holier-than-thou, hypocritical, immodest, snobbish, stuck-up, high and mighty, goody-goody, vainglorious, sanctimonious, think-their-shit-doesn’t-stink, etc.

Could self-righteousness be a factor stimulating anti-Semitism (besides the Israeli Nazi-grade treatment of Palestinians?) No one likes an egotistical, arrogant holier-than-thouer.

At least 19 countries house Holocaust museums and some of them have two or more. The Netherlands has 4, Germany 8 and the USA 24. Twenty-four Holocaust museums! The Jews comprise less than 2% of the American population. The Afro-Americans make up more than 12% of the population and have lost more than three times as many lives in the slave trade as Jews in the Holocaust. Those who survived got the honor of living as slaves. How many slave museums are there in the USA? How many millions of Hispanic Americans (17% of the population) can speak of relatives and friends tortured, imprisoned, disappeared and murdered by vicious regimes, death squads and assorted corporate goons? Many people in the nations with Holocaust museums carry scars and wounds of suppression, mass murders and atrocities. They have no museums.

The remember-our-suffering Jews seem to have no memory or sympathy for other people’s suffering and are oblivious to how their cries of being a chosen victim irritate the sorrows of other people.

The Jews tell us that they’ve been persecuted for the past 2000 years. They fail to see that all minorities have been persecuted during the past 2000 years. Minorityism characterizes the plight of the Jews rather than anti-Semitism. All fractional groups, sects and cults suffered persecution regardless of their customs and beliefs when tolerance was knocked over by violent circumstances. This ‘we’ have been persecuted claim, diverts attention from general intolerance and persecutions. The slaughter of Native Americans, Cathars, Huguenots, Sicilians, Mennonites, Irish, Armenians and other peoples have left bloody pools along the roads of history. But the Jews blast away at highest volume about their suffering! Remember the Holocaust!

If the Jews were serious about their history of persecution, they should be the foremost champions in the struggle for tolerance, justice and equality. They should be the leading figures against racism, prejudice and discrimination in all its forms. But instead, the chosen people grab the spotlight as the chosen victims and seem indifferent to the sufferings of others.

This type of self-righteousness, this arrogance, threatens the Jews more than any so called ancient and mysterious anti-Semitism. Besides the arrogance and the crimes of Israel, we can also add stupidity* to the ingredients in the stew of anti-Semitism. Many Jews don’t seem to know the difference between religion and politics (Judaism and Zionism) or the difference between fiction and reality (the Bible and history).

In view of the arrogance, the stupidity and the genocide committed by a state that claims to represent the Jews, we shouldn’t ask why anti-Semitism is growing, but why it hasn’t grown stronger?

*(See Stupid Jews and Intellectuals)



“2000 years of persecution!
Isn’t it time to thank God
for having been his favorite people
and ask him to give someone else a chance.”
Dartwill Aquila





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  1. camelien / Feb 13 2015 2:08 pm

    Am merely a ‘goy’ who’s learning the astounding ‘hidden history’ of ‘Is” we never hear about via having read “The General’s Son” book by Miko Peled linked here.

    Upon seeking further education relating to the reference “Semite,” I’ve discovered it to be an umbrella term referring to myriad peoples who speak a “Semitic” language or are its descendants; it’s not exclusive to one race or sect in the middle east. Blew my mind. So, the sect crying “anti” seems to be the worst offender considering its treatment of other ‘Semitic” neighbors “over there.” They’ve chosen the term “Semite” for themselves but deny other sects. What’s up with that. Rhetorical. This charade must be exposed. One of my sources: Am reminded of the ‘end of season’ baseball playoffs of the top teams from both US pro baseball leagues that we are led to believe is “the World Series.” What megalomania! The hypocrisy of division in the reality being played out around the globe is an undeniably tainted affair, for sure. I love all peoples; so don’t accuse me. The only thing ‘anti” about me is “anti-deceit.” and/or ‘anti-stupid.’ Stupidity being willing ignorance of the facts, of course. The world is awash in that.

  2. sayedhusaini / Feb 13 2015 10:12 am

    Reblogged this on muneebhusaini.

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