• Robert Birnbaum

THE TOXIC 'ISM' OF JEW HATING

Updated: Nov 2, 2018

Apparently, Jews have to be murdered in the US to remind everyone of the toxic ‘ism' of Jew Hating. For most Jews it is  a given that this two miilennia old tribal animus is forever with us.  Maybe you are aware of gangs like  Identity EvropaPatriot Front  and Andrew Anglin’s Daily Stormer Book Clubs—examples of some home grown white supremacists who are fanning the embers of anti semitism. Look up the despicable congressman from Iowa, Steve King, for an example  of some one who badly codes his abominable views. It's all hidden in plain sight. Look up the statistics on cemetery desecrations and synagogue vandalism and listen to vicious  primates like our Bedlamite POTUS and as Alexandra Schwartz in the New Yorker points out:


White Supremacist Steve King (R-Iowa)

It is the ancient Jewish expectation of persecution—when, where, has it not been with us?—married to American reality: a country saturated with guns and habituated to quotidian massacre, plagued by age-old racism and bigotry, which have lately been expertly inflamed by the holder of the highest office in the land.



The Bedlamite in the White House

The year I was born (1947), Gentlemen's Agreement won multiple Academy Awards for the adaptation of Laura Z Hobson's bestseller. Note that the trailer makes no mention of the issue at the heart of the story




1947 Best Seller , Gentleman's Agreement




Th 2001 film the The Believer portrays the the mutation of Danny, a clever and argumentative Orthodox Jewish boy from Brooklyn, into a violent neo-fascist skinhead. There is a speech Danny gives where he asks, "Why do we hate the Jews?" "He answers, "We just do."






Some of the people who support the vicious buffoon in he White House

Of course they do...



The big nose is a giveaway...l




Get 'em when they are alive and get 'em when they are dead...


Need I remind you what comes after this?

My good and learned friend ,Howard at his web stetl, 1st Standard Deviation , muses on the value of vigilance in a less than benign world:



I’m not saying that the alarm and dismay, the sadness and grief, the unremitting emotional anguish of hearing of and seeing the victims of violence borne out of hate is inappropriate or serves no purpose. I am simply reminding all of us of the virtues of being mindful, if not consciously in a state of vigilance. I mean, whatever the level and degree of guardedness we exercise – and it should always be within the bounds of reason – complacency that is the yield of a false sense of security is likely not a rational way of carrying oneself through a world, and everywhere within it, that every day provides savage testament to the still untamed facets of human nature. There simply is no utterly safe enclave anywhere.


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Perhaps one cannot.what is more one must not understand what happened.because to understand[the Holocaust] is almost to justify...no normal human being will ever be able to identify with Hitker, Himler, Goebbels, Eichmasnn and endless others. This dismays us and at the same time gives us a sense of relief. because perjhaos its is desirable that heir words (and also unfortunately their deeds cannot be comprehensible to us. They are non human words and deeds, really counter-human Primo Levi

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