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Anti-Semitism: Why Does It Exist? And Why Does it …
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Mohammed Amin al-Husseini (Arabic: محمد أمين الحسيني ‎; c

I’m pretty sure that people hate Jews for no reason at all and that Jewish behavior has absolutely nothing to do with anti-Antisemitism. People are always criticizing Jews for creating Communism and promoting it in the countries where they have control of the political system, finance and the media.
The best thing to do is call them anti-Semitic and then use the media to destroy their reputation. Also, it’s important to keep producing new movies about the Holocaust and reminding everyone how evil White people are while inflaming racial hatred toward them by fabricating stories of racism in the news as well as producing movies like Django Unchained and Twelve years a slave which are producing good results as we are seeing a lot more black on White murders and violent attacks of innocent White people. It’s also beneficial to promote the idea that blacks are superior to White people in television ads and the movies. This will surely encourage more White women to interbreed with blacks. Of course the number one thing that will deliver Western nations to the cause is to promote mass immigration of non-Whites into all White societies.
While Jews haven’t been able to quite destroy free speech in America like they have in Europe, Canada and Australia, they can still use their control over the media to defame anyone who objects to their displacement through demographic genocide. Thanks Jews.

History of antisemitism - Wikipedia
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Anti-Semitism in Europe did not begin with Adolf Hitler

Set against the backdrop of a multifaceted global crisis that is worsening every day, and the waves of anti-Semitism and anti-Israel sentiments that are growing stronger by the hour, one person is offering an improbable solution, which may just be the most logical one yet. “Into Truth” is a film that anyone who cares about Israel or the Jewish people should watch today. , Dr. Michael Laitman, it is the fruit of five years of exclusive documentation, painting a picture that shatters conventions and crosses borders. More than a personal portrait, it is a riddle, a rare preview into a world view that calls for a reevaluation of the Israeli-Jewish identity and the familiar beliefs we were raised on.

Why The Manosphere Doesn’t Need Anti-Semitism
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The first point is of an unfair share of blame on the Anglo-Saxon world. I agree factually, but would point out that this website and the film are in English, as I understand that the majority of Jews in the world (certainly outside of Israel), are English speakers and live in what was historically the British Empire. Emphasis on the situation in their native countries doubtless speaks more relevantly to them. This, in itself, is an indirect praise of the Anglo-Saxon world as it implies that (since Cromwell’s time at least), the British Empire was a place of lesser antisemitism than elsewhere in the world. Further, what is written of in this site, and presented in the film as far as I can see, re-emphasizes the global/historic nature of antisemitism, the changes only being in form with the age (and this is crucial to the unbreakable link between anti-Zionism and its continuous anti-Semitic Freudian slips, as discussed shortly). Finally, leading in to the next point, in any case, the “blame” seems to be ultimately placed, in an abstract sense (really a cause-and-effect sense rather than moral), on the Jews.

Jews In Germany Are Shocked At Rise Of “Anti-Semitism” After They Flooded The Country With Muslims
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