Earlier this morning, I received a message voicing concerns that the Rebel News site respectively of its contents was anti-Semtism. Whoever made that comment obviously has no clue what anti-Semitism actually is. I therefor send out a link to some essential reading on this matter. Some people are trying to avoid being accused of anti-Semitism by restricting their criticism of what I'd call the 'Jewish problem' to 'Zionism'. Needless to say that I consider that approach as flawed, if not hypocritical. Zionism is just a symptom of a much bigger underlying problem, which is Jewish supremacism.
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An Open Word About Anti-Semitism
Accusing an opponent of anti-Semitism is probably the most powerful political weapon that exists in Western society. Its destructiveness equals – if not surpasses - the label of paedophilia. The whole topic has developed over time to such a powerful taboo, that there is hardly an open discussion of anti-Semitism, without the participants scrambling to uncritically condemn it as utterly evil. Anybody suspected – or worse - publicly accused of anti-Semitic views or activities, becomes automatically – without trial and conviction – a societal leper. He can kiss his job and career good-bye, and will loose, more often than not, most of his friends and family, in many cases even his freedom.
The Jewish Problem
Jews have a huge problem and it will not go away by ignoring it. Or blaming others. Denial causes the problem only to become bigger. It has been around for more than two thousand years, and if we don't fix it now, the consequences will be catastrophic.
I want to make it very clear: The problem is not anti-Semitism. The latter is just a symptom of the problem, not its cause. The problem is Jewishness itself.
Being Jewish does something to the human brain. It affects how we think, feel and act. It makes us feel both superior to and afraid of non-Jews. It makes us treat other human beings in ways that cannot be reconciled with universal human values.
The Jewish Holocaust and the New World Order
Jews are so vain. They think the Holocaust is all about them. Let me assure you it's not. One thing we all should have realised by now is that in history and politics nothing is what it seems.
The 'Battle for the Holocaust' - how the British Channel 4 documentary appropriately called it - is not about honouring the memory of the Jews perished during World War II. It is not about repeating the Jewish mantra of 'Never Again'. And it is certainly not about reminding us of how evil governments can get if they get out of control.
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