Monday, May 27, 2019

NY Times has Jewish paranoia about Europe

The NY Times has yet another weirdo Jewish attack on right-wingers:
For years, Europe maintained the comforting notion that it was earnestly confronting anti-Semitism after the horrors of the Holocaust. It now faces the alarming reality that anti-Semitism is sharply on the rise, often from the sadly familiar direction of the far right, but also from Islamists and the far left.
99% of the anti-Semitism comes from Moslems and leftists, but the NY Times Jews always find a way to blame right-wingers.
France reported an increase of 74 percent in anti-Semitic acts in a single year, with 541 incidents reported in 2018, including widely viewed videotaped insults shouted at the French Jewish intellectual Alain Finkielkraut during one of the Yellow Vest protests.
What? Is that it calls an anti-Semitic incident?

A Jewish Zionist political activist showed up at a political protest, and someone shouted “Go home to Israel!” Is that a crime? The Jews act as if this is almost as bad as Hitler gassing 6M Jews.

The Jews must be the only ethnic group on Earth that is so powerful that they can police insults against them. There is no other ethnic group that complains about such trivialities.

The French President is a former Rothschild banker, and had to call Finkielkraut to apologize.
A CNN poll last November on the state of anti-Semitism in Europe found that a third of respondents said they knew little or nothing about the Holocaust. Nearly a quarter said Jews had too much influence in conflict and wars; more than a quarter said they believed that Jews had too much influence in business and finance. A 2015 survey by the Anti-Defamation League found that 51 percent of Germans believed it was “probably true” that “Jews still talk too much about what happened to them in the Holocaust.” ...

As appalling as these statistics should be to every European, they should also ring a loud alarm for every American leader of conscience.
Jews have about 2% of the population, and have more influence that other groups with 10x as many people. Everyone agrees to that, including Jews. So thinking that Jews have too much influence is just an objective statement of democratic values, and not necessarily one of any animus towards Jews.

Pretty much all non-Jews think that Jews are too preoccupied with the Holocaust. I am surprised that a survey only found 51% willing to say so.

Citing such a survey is like saying: a survey showed that most non-fundamentalist Christians think that Jehovahs Witnesses read the Bible too much. Of course they do.

This editorial shows that Jews are also preoccupied with controlling what non-Jews think and say. All of these complaints about anti-Semitism are really just complaints that non-Jews are not always following orders from their Jewish masters.

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