Essays

Understanding “Anti-Semitism”

by David Sims

MOST “anti-Semitism” is a rational response to Jewish behavior. Seldom have the Jews suffered undeservingly from “anti-Semitism”. That’s the truth of the matter, and the ADL can spin its lies however they wish, forever, and it will remain true that the Jews bring about “anti-Semitism” by their own actions. They merely whine louder than other groups can whine, because they control most of the mainstream media in North America and in Europe.

Indeed, one of the (legitimate) gripes that non-Jews have with Jews is that they censor the information that becomes available to us by misusing their control of the mainstream media. There’s some blow-back to be expected from that, you know: “Anti-Semitic” blow-back of a perfectly rational nature.

And then there are the banks — for example, the usury practiced upon America by the Federal Reserve System and the Jews who dominate it.

Consider also the corruption of American culture, which will also provoke some justified and understandable “anti=Semitic” feelings.

The position of the Jews is, really, an irrational one. They actually expect all of the other peoples on Earth to think that the Jews are never, under any circumstances, to have been in the wrong with regard to the dislike that others have for them.

Imagine that the teacher of an elementary school classroom comes into the room from the hall and notices that there is a lot of disorderly behavior among her pupils. She asks who is to blame for the trouble. Immediately, every kid in the classroom points at one of the other kids. The same one, who is at the same time trying to shift the blame off of himself to each of the students who are pointing at him. If the teacher is sensible, she will assume, unless there is strong evidence to the contrary, that the many are right and that the one is wrong.

But the Jews control the media. They have long practice in using those media to push propaganda on the masses, shaping public opinion. They can even promote irrational ways of thinking, of evaluating facts, so that the public will regard the Jews as incapable of being the bad guys. And that is exactly what they have done.

The public must be de-programmed. “Anti-Semitism,” insofar as it is rational, should be de-stigmatized. The fact that many (perhaps most) “anti-Semitic” statements are also true statements should become understood and accepted.

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It always strikes me as kind of funny when Jewish organizations like the ADL use terms like “antisemitic tropes” in their kvetching. Definition of trope (Webster) 1a : a word or expression used in a figurative sense : FIGURE OF SPEECH b : a common or overused theme or device : CLICHÉ 2 : a phrase or verse added as an embellishment or interpolation to the sung parts of the Mass in the Middle Ages Recent Examples on the Web: The anti-Semitic tropes have no place in the discourse. — Eli Rosenberg, The Seattle Times, “Republicans attack Jewish candidates, including Kim Schrier, with an age-old caricature: fistfuls of cash,” 6 Nov. 2018 Synonyms for trope: banality, bromide, chestnut, cliché (also cliche), commonplace, groaner, homily, platitude, shibboleth, truism *Notice definition 1b:… Read more »

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The cause of anti-semitism is jews.