Wednesday, August 17, 2016

The Myth of Jewish Suffering by Gilad Atzmon

Introduction by GA: The following article was written by a friend of mine who is clearly scared of Jewish power and the possible personal consequences of writing such an article. He decided to remain anonymous. I would add that Jewish suffering may be a myth, but Jewish fear is real. Why are Jews fearful? Because they believe in the history of Jewish suffering but they also know that, considering the acts committed by Jewish oligarchs, lobbies, Ziocons and Israel, future Jewish suffering seems too real. 

By Anonymous

Decades of endless propaganda have led Jews and Westerns alike to believe that Jewish suffering is “unique,” and that the Holocaust is virtually ineffable. In fact, even comparing Jewish suffering to that of others is equated with belittling Jewish suffering.
But is it really true? Is Jewish suffering really worse than what other groups have had to endure? The late professor Israel Shahak summarised the Jewish presence in Europe as “by and large toleration.” Shahak took the city of Rome as an example: There has been a continuous Jewish presence in Rome for the past 2,000 years—praying in Synagogues were always allowed—yet Protestantism were banned in the city. [1]
Compare this to the treatment other religious groups and minorities faced – they were not even allowed in Europe. So the Jews were actually a privileged minority. This is even more obvious when you look at what happened in the colonies: the natives were converted to Christianity by force, and even after the christening they were still being treated like sub-human. It is rarely mentioned that Jews were active in the slave trade industry [2], which gives an idea of the status enjoyed by Jews compared to the colonised people.
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