It’s not completely true, but to a great extent anyway, antisemitism is caused by Jews. More accurately, antisemitism is the typical, natural, normal reaction that Gentiles have towards the aggressive, hostile, combative, and often amoral behavior of Jews.
It’s antisemitic to say so, but so what? Everything’s antisemitic to Jews. The fact that the sun rises in the east and sets in the west is probably somehow an antisemitic plot against the Jews, so you better not mention it or you’re a Nazi.
But yeah, it’s certainly the case. If you haven’t done anything wrong, there’s no reason to pick on you. The Jews say they pick on us because we’re different. Really? Just how different are they? Can you even spot one out of a crowd? I dare you. Let’s try another experiment.
Let’s take the Amish. They’re vastly more different than Jews, and they’re far more antisocial. They don’t even want to talk to outsiders. But they’re mostly very nice people who want to live their lives and only wish to be left alone. How many Americans hate the Amish? Is it even
Now I don’t think Jewish behavior deserves much punishment. What are their crimes? Aggression, hostility, combativeness, rudeness, unfriendliness, tightness, dislike of non-Jews, paranoia of Gentiles, false accusations towards Gentiles, overweening love of money, a general amoral attitude towards life.
They don’t all display all of these behaviors, but a lot of them display at least some of them. Sure there are Jews who don’t really display any of them. And in a nutshell, the behaviors listed above are why a lot of people don’t dig em.
Let’s look at that list above though. What sort of punishment does the behavior above require? None, really. Perhaps you don’t want to associate with such a person. You may wish to avoid them. You may return some of their aggression with a bit of your own. But let’s face it. It’s not against the law to be an asshole. The feminists are working on it, but we’re not quite there yet.
The truth of that matter is that the behaviors above barely deserve any punishment at all. Hell, most of them are not even crimes! A parking offender deserves more punishment than your average Jew! So I don’t like any nasty or ugly hate crimes against Jews – physical assaults, homicides, ugly Nazi graffiti, desecration of Jewish holy places.
I don’t particularly care if people holler at them, though I wish they’d holler at the bad ones and not the innocent ones. People who engage in the behaviors above tend to get hollered at once in a while.
But the punishments that the Jews have received for their behavior at least recently do not fit the crime at all, and I cannot support them. Even in the Nazi era, whatever the Jews did to the Gentiles, no way did they deserve what was done to them. The punishment needs to fit the crime.
Another clue is that people who have never met Jews often think they are awesome. People who have anti-Jewish attitudes have often had a lot of experience with Jews. Jews don’t tend to grow on people. More like the opposite. Sometimes it takes years or decades to sink in. I was a Judeophile until age 44 when I went over. I still don’t really hate them. I mean Hell, my longest lasting girlfriend was Jewish. But I’m definitely Jew-wise, that’s for damn sure.
Antisemitism follows Jews like day follows night.
That’s pretty damning for Jews. I actually feel sorry for Jews that this is their lot in life. But they could change any time. They just don’t want to is all.