Sunday, March 11, 2018

An Insight into the Jewish Character

An anecdote.

Some years ago, I was told about a conversation between two female students at an American college, an anecdote which neatly captures the essence of the Jewish character.  One student was of Jewish ancestry, the other of Greek ancestry, and the relevant part of the discussion went like this:

Jewess: “[blabbing endlessly about “the Holocaust” and “persecution” of Jews]”

Greekess: “Yes, I understand, you are right, but other peoples have suffered as well, not only the Jews."

Jewess: “Why are you such an anti-Semite; why do you hate Jews so much?”

That’s it, perfectly summarizing the pathological navel-gazing ethnic narcissism and self-absorption of Jews – what else can you expect from a group that labels itself “the chosen people” – in all its glory: a single-minded obsession with themselves and a complete lack of genuine empathy for, or even sincere interest in, any other group whatsoever.

One million Arabs are not worth a Jewish fingernail

And it’s not only Arabs.  When have Jews expressed any remorse about the millions of Slavs they murdered in the Soviet Union, for example?

Were those Slavs only “supernal refuse?”