Why Do People Hate Jews???

by minimus 72 Replies latest jw friends

  • eby

    A publication that had influence on antisemitism in the early 20th century was "The Protocols of the Elders of Zion". https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Protocols_of_the_Elders_of_Zion

  • Vanderhoven7

    Why do people hate Jews? The same reason people hate Americans? The same reason Palestinians were dancing in the street over 9/11? The enemy sows weeds in the field to destroy any semblance of righteousness.

  • Simon

    It's predominantly a Muslim thing and with one whole political party outright embracing it and buddying up with known anti-semites it's little wonder that it's spreading.

    That's the constant, underlying anti-semitism from Islam.

    The other factor is that the culture and genetics of Jews tend to make them successful - they are intelligent, work hard and put a lot of onus on people doing well but have their own separate community and identity (without being threatening). For people who want to blame a distinct and clearly identifiable group for their own ills, they are an easy target.

    Nazism was the combination of the two - socialism sucking up with Islam and also blaming the Jews for economic woes.

    Anyone who belongs to any party that contains anti-semites is part of the problem, whatever excuses they come up with, they are providing a platform and cover for it.


  • blondie

    As this song from South Pacific says:

    [Verse 1]
    You've got to be taught to hate and fear
    You've got to be taught from year to year
    It's got to be drummed in your dear little ear
    You've got to be carefully taught

    [Verse 2]
    You've got to be taught to be afraid
    Of people whose eyes are oddly made
    And people whose skin is a diff'rent shade
    You've got to be carefully taught



    Todays ,"jew", is blamed for many wrongs in the world , Israel is believed to have been a major player in 911 inside job , they also love communism which seems to be the democrat platform , Israel did do some false flag attacks in the past on the SS liberty and king david hotel and from what I've seen on how they treat Christian sites in Israel they are extremely anti Christ , There was a site believed to be the first Christian gathering church that they go and throw garbage in , like an underground bunker more or less , they are also accused of running the global banking scam that keeps the US in debt and invading oil resource rich nations to control it all .... To me tho most ,"jews" are not the Zionist ones that are blamed by conspiracy people for everything , This lates shooting just seems like a convenient leftist false flag , happening at election time to defame trump

  • sir82

    Nazism was the combination of the two - socialism sucking up with Islam

    First time I ever heard of this.

    Muslims don't quite fit the "Aryan profile", do they?

    I'd love to see sources for this.

  • RubaDub

    I know it's just a stereotype, but when Jews go into ethnic restaurants they may stiff the waiters out of their tips.

    Rub a Dub

  • em1913

    Nazi anti-Semitism derives primarily from the writings of the Anglo-German "philosopher" Houston Stewart Chamberlain, who promoted a sort of weird Teutonic racial nationalist mysticism which combined a belief in Nordic superiority with ideas drawn from the works of Richard Wagner. Chamberlain lived in VIenna around the time of Hitler's residence there, and his writings were extremely popular among the pan-Germanic nationalists of that era. Hitler picked up the central tenets of his ideas from Chamberlainite pamphlets that widely circulated in pre-WWI Austria, and cited Chamberlain as a major influence during and after his rise to power. He sought out and interacted with Chamberlain in person late in the latter's life. Chamberlain was not a Muslim, and Hitler was a convinced anti-Semite long before he ever met, interacted with, or thought about Islam.

  • Simon
    First time I ever heard of this. Muslims don't quite fit the "Aryan profile", do they? I'd love to see sources for this.

    Try any half-decent history book. Islam was an ally of the Nazis and many Nazis fled to Arab countries after the war where they continued their anti-Israeli efforts.

  • sir82

    Yeah, just did a quick check on Wikipedia (which is, I guess pretty much the poster boy for "half decent").

    Well I'll be. I have learned something new today.

    I never would have imagined that such disparate groups would be allies, at least to an extent, which is probably why I never thought to read up on it.

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