“Anti-Semitism” Is Often the Purest Form of Truth-Telling
by David Sims
ALTHOUGH THE Jews like to propagandize for the notion that the word “anti-Semitic” is more or less equivalent to the word “false,” nothing of the kind is true. Many, perhaps most, “anti-Semitic” statements are true statements… which, however, the Jews don’t like to hear, and which, moreover, the Jews don’t want anyone saying whether any Jews hear them or not.
However, it is important for us to remember, as we are a fair-minded people, that not all “anti-Semitic” statements are true. There is indeed such a thing as a false “anti-Semitic” statement, rare though they might be.
The union of false statements and “anti-Semitic” statements garner the preponderance of mainstream media attention regarding “anti-Semitic” statements, which creates the illusion that such statements are, in general, false. That illusion can be created because the Jews control the mainstream media.
The statement “the Jews control the mainstream media” is a true “anti-Semitic” statement. The important thing to the Jews is that it is “anti-Semitic.” The important thing to us is that it is true. We must overcome the conditioning, which is largely the result of media indoctrination, that we have some sort of obligation to respect the Jew’s interests more than we respect our own.
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