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'Do you hate us?'

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Do you hate us; the Jews? This was an implied question that was asked to some 53,100 adults in 102 countries in 96 different languages covering approximately 86% of the world’s population in a largest ever worldwide survey conducted by the Jewish Anti-Defamation League (ADL) Global 100 between July 2013 and February 2014. The results of the survey, released on May 13th, stated that 26% of those polled – about 1.09 billion persons; one in every four - are reported to be “deeply inflicted” with “anti-Semitic” attitudes.

Pointing to the claimed interpreted results of the survey Jewish media complained that “More than a quarter of the world is anti-Semitic.” It was reported that the highest concentration of respondents, 74%, with “anti-Semitic” attitudes was found in the Middle East and North Africa. Within this group the Palestinians, in the Israeli occupied Palestine have the highest “anti-Semitic” attitudes at 93%, a normal attitude of occupied and oppressed people towards their terrorist occupier. Some may be surprised to know that Iran was ranked as the least “anti-Semitic” country in the Middle East at 56%. In Eastern European countries this “anti-Semitic” attitude was measured at 34%, while in Western European countries it was 24%. In the Americas it was measured at 19% with Panama 52% and the Dominican Republic 41% on the high end, and 14% in Canada and 9% in the US on the low end. The least “anti-Semitic” region in the world was Oceania (Australia and New Zealand) with only 14%. The lowest “anti-Semitic” country overall was Laos at only 0.2%. It was also concluded that about 49% of the Muslim World harbor “anti-Semitic” attitudes, compared to only 24% of Christians. Interestingly, 74% of respondents said they had never met a Jew indicating that Jews’ reputation exceeds their presence.

It is worth noting that this was a political survey, whose outcome was skewed to portray and to enforce Zionist ideology and agenda. Although answers to some questions concerning the Jewish power, Jewish control and influence on the business world, international financial markets, global affairs, global media and control over the American government, reflect tangible realities on the ground, they were considered as “anti-Semitic” attitudes as claimed by Abe Foxman, ADL’s National Director. 

Answers to questions such as do you think Jews are more loyal to Israel than the countries they live in, Jews don’t care what happens to anyone but their own kind, Jews think they are better than other people, Jews are responsible for most of the world’s wars, and people hate Jews because of the way Jews behave, are considered clear cut criticism of Jewish behavior rather than hatred towards them. These questions are well worth considering in detail.

Certain distortions and disinformation must be pointed out in this survey. In their interpretation of the survey the ADL uses the misnomer “anti-Semitic” to indicate anti-Jewish. There is a huge difference between the two terminologies. Anti-Jewish is specific to the Jews, while anti-Semitic is a wider general term indicating the many Semitic people in the Middle East including Arabs. Semitic people are those, who speak the Semitic languages and are not restricted only to the Jews. Arabs are Semites and could not be described as anti-Semitic. The Jews, as usual, usurp other’s properties, cultures, food and even characteristics and attribute them to themselves. Anti-Semitism is not anti-Jewish and one needs to clearly differentiate between the two.

One tactical method of conditioning and brainwashing the unconscious of the masses, including the Jews themselves, is the continuous use of certain terminologies the Zionist media deliberately keep on using. The term “inflicted with anti-Semitic attitude”, for example, attempts to plant in the minds that anti-Semitism is a disease of the mind, like any other diseases, that Man could be inflicted with.  This claim comes to enforce what Jewish scholars continuously claim that anti-Semitism has no rational basis, and that it is a genetically blood libel. Prominent Jewish journalist, Irma Kurtz, one time editor of Cosmopolitan Magazine, and the fanatic Zionist Jewish lawyer/writer Alan Dershowitz are just two perfect examples. In her 1970 novel “The Grand Dragon” Kurtz states: “…every goy is a Jew killer … anti-Semitism brooded inside them anyway, carried on the tip of the gentile sperm and born in their offspring …” Dershowitz emphasizes this satanic idea in his 1992 book “Chutzpah” where he states that Gentiles suffer from an “abnormal psychology” called anti-Semitism, which is a “disease of the soul” Such descriptions are the ultimate Jewish supremacist and anti-Goyim expressions.

An important question in the survey addresses the influence of actions taken by the state of Israel on the respondents’ opinions of the Jews; whether major or minor, and whether positive or negative influence. With the world becoming a virtual village, Israel’s numerous violations of UN Resolutions, violations of international laws and of human rights could not be hidden as was the case of the Jewish genocides of Russians (so-called Bolshevik Revolution), of Ukrainian population (Holodomor), of Armenians, and contrary to false claims of Zionist media, of Germans.

Israel’s terror, murder, crimes, massacres and on-going genocide of Palestinians are exposed all over the internet. Israel’s wars and terror campaigns against its neighboring Arab countries are very well exposed and documented despite all efforts of the Zionist-controlled media of cover up. Israel’s occupation and gross violations of Palestinian human rights have triggered anti-Israel movements such as Boycott Divest Sanction (BDS) of Israel. Israel’s 911 attack against the American trade towers to drive the US to wage Israel’s proxy wars in the Middle Eastern region is being exposed, and more and more evidence are coming up to implicate Israel. Despite all that Foxman tried to cover up the impact of Israel’s horrendous actions on peoples’ opinions. He stated “It just is not clear whether the Middle East conflict is the cause of or the excuse for anti-Semitism.  There is no statistical data at this moment to support causality.” Such a statement clearly reflects Jewish condescending attitude towards Goyim. Whom is he trying to fool?

This survey is very unique in nature and character. Throughout Man’s history there has never been such a survey similar to it conducted by any country or by any group of people just to find out how the other groups of people perceive/like them. The survey reflects self-esteem complex in the Jewish collective psyche. A paranoid aggressive person is always concerned about how others perceive him, and uses such perception to justify his aggressive behaviors.

The Jewish elite uses the distorted conclusions of this survey to instill and to emphasize in the Jewish psyche, in their mindset and in their culture the idea of Jewish global persecution, in an attempt to persuade them of the myth that the safest place for Jews is god’s promised land of Palestine. They also emphasize and strengthen the aggressive militaristic culture in Israeli Jews and the need for the rest of the Jews to immigrate to and to financially support Israel.

Questions of the survey, some more than others, clearly state the real causes of anti-Jewish sentiments. Questions such as do you think Jews think they are better than other people, people hate Jews because of the way Jews behave, Jews don’t care what happens to anyone but their own kind, Jews are more loyal to Israel than to countries they live in, and Jews are responsible for most of the world’s war, clearly pinpoint where the problem is and elicit negative attitude towards the Jews. Yet for the last two thousand years the Jews had always looked at the Goyim as “The Problem”. They never admit to themselves that their supremacist behaviors are the cause of the anti-Jewish sentiment. They refuse to accept their own responsibility and their own culpability in eliciting and perpetuating such hatred.

As long as their religion, their culture and their behavior are based on the racist supremacist ideology that the Jews, and only the Jews, are God’s chosen people, that they are the only humans on earth, and the rest of the people are animals created by this discriminative god to serve the Jews, they will definitely and unquestionably face a great deal of legitimate resentment and intolerance. Even Jesus, himself, could not tolerate their behaviors anymore and kicked them out of the temple. He prophesized that Jews “will be hated by all nations for my name’s sake” (Mathew 24:9).

The sad conclusion of this survey is that Jews are hated all around the globe. Is it possible that all those Jew-hating populations from different nationalities, different cultures, different religions, and different social class, are wrong and Jews are right? Mark Twain stated “Every nation hates each other, but they all hate the Jews.”

Unless the Jews reform their religion, their culture, and thus their ways of life, they will constantly face such legitimate hate.


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