Is it not obvious to you that I am inviting overwhelming criticism by making this statement? Why is that? Do you feel that you would be committing a moral crime if you were to make the same statement? Why is that?
What is a Semite Anyway?
Before you decide to respond to this post, I strongly suggest you first read a few definitions of the word “Semite.” I won’t bother to link to any here, as none seem to be or even claim to be authoritative. Why is that? It appears that use of the term was first in the late 19th century. Some definitions claim a Hebrew origin tied to “Shem,” one of the 3 sons of Noah. In those cases, the term is used to define a language type including Arabic, Aramaic, Amheric, Assyrian, Akkadian, Ethiopic, Hebrew and Phoenician. Other definitions define it as the peoples of southwest Asia, including Hebrews and Arabs amongst many others.
In my opinion, the use of the term “anti-Semite” is almost always erroneous or at the very least misguided. However, for the sake of communication and clarity I chose to use the term as it is more commonly thought to mean “anti-Jewish.” Why is that? That’s right. I’m anti-Jewish! Well, not all Jews; just most Jews who identify as Jewish. But, the peoples I am most opposed to are Zionists. I will explain further on.
I should add that, my last name is Klein. This isn’t an attempt to trick the reader into thinking that I myself am Jewish. I am not, although some extended members of my family are. But, it does raise the issue of the so-called “self-hating Jew.” Yes, there is a theory among many Jews that certain Jews have a deep, yet misguided hatred of themselves, presumably related to their Jewish identity. It’s unclear whether they are referring to an ethnic or religious identity.
Flavors of anti-Semitism
It’s amazing to me that, of all the flavors of anti-Semitism that have been invented I can’t determine which best fits my attitude. Over the years since long before World War II, Jews have identified dozens of varieties of anti-Semitism, including religious anti-Semitism, Christian anti-Semitism, anti-Christian anti-Semitism, pagan anti-Semitism, economic anti-Semitism, social anti-Semitism, racial anti-Semitism, black anti-Semitism, pathological anti-Semitism, eternal anti-Semitism, political anti-Semitism, Jewish anti-Semitism, literary anti-Semitism, xenophobic anti-Semitism and zoological anti-Semitism to name some of the more prominent forms.
Most of the specific flavors outlined above were born out of academia and right here in the US. In most cases, the reasoning behind the differentiation is relatively sound and based on some empirical data. In others, the explanation given is overtly racist, based in delusional thinking or an undue sense of self-worth. This is just the beginnings of the voluminous wealth of material devoted to the subject.
I’ve claimed to be specifically anti-Jewish and then identified Jewish identity and Zionism as the focus of my opposition. What other Jewish oriented causes might I take issue with? Well, the Holocaust story and belief some Jews hold that they are “God’s chosen people” are two that leap to mind. These 2 matters loom hugely over all Jewish people, whether they invite this reality or not. For those Jews that have both taken issue with Holocaust claims and don’t necessarily believe they constitute God’s chosen people, I congratulate thee and exclude you from my horrible anti-Semitism. My criticism isn’t blind and I am opposed to racism.
The Holocaust Story
A few years ago, I experienced a slow awakening to certain historical crimes involving conspiracy and propaganda employed to disguise or excuse those crimes . In nearly all cases, the historical record appears to have been massaged to avoid any correlation with reality. Holocaust revisionism wasn’t too far along this path of awakening, I suspect because the Holocaust is such a well marketed story and viewed by most to be a taboo subject.
At first, I was fighting a subconscious force that was implanted to deny the truth and I didn’t see what was right in front of me. I attempted to substantiate claims of only tiny holes in the accepted history. In so doing, I dismissed the possibility that the Holocaust story was almost entirely fabricated. This is the moment when most readers will give in to their programming and begin to close the mind for fear of how others will view them. In truth, 99% of you will perceive this information through a reality mostly pieced together by propaganda. Don’t believe me? Of course you don’t. But, I don’t expect you to.
So, as planned I’m going to make a few points that I suspect are more likely truths relating to the Holocaust and WWII and encourage you to research them for yourself. Look for evidence to substantiate them, not refute them as there’s no shortage of misinformation created for the exact purpose of concealing the truth.
- Gas Chambers claimed to have been used for the killing of Jews during WWII simply did not exist.
- The number, 6,000,000 given as the total number of Jews killed by the Germans during WWII is an outrageous exaggeration.
- General Patton himself was a Holocaust revisionist.
- Millions of Jews followed the Russian Army into Germany, demanding to occupy German cities and be given the homes of German citizens.
- Jewish groups now claim that all the “death camps” were in Poland and the camps in Germany were simply prisoner of war camps. This did little to reduce their claim of 6,000,000 killed.
- No American got within 400 miles of a so-called “death camp” and claims of Americans liberating them are all lies.
- The 20 Million Russians said to have been killed by Germany were actually killed by Stalin and falsely attributed to Germany.
- Auschwitz included a theater, swimming pool and small orchestra for use by and made up of prisoners.
- Prisoners at German camps were tattooed with numbers intended for ongoing tracking of prisoners, which makes little sense if they were just going to be exterminated.
I’ll leave it there, as any one of these possibilities is more than enough reason to cause a critical mind to question other parts of the accepted history. Admittedly, the entire WWII farce was perpetrated by psychopathic minds not at all limited to Jews. In fact, it’s these psychopaths that I find most dangerous, be they Jewish or not. But this post is about my antisemitism, so I will continue to focus on this phenomenon.
God’s Chosen People
As for the claims that Jews are “God’s chosen people,” I don’t intent to argue that scriptures don’t contain this assertion. I strongly suspect that the origin of this concept is almost entirely derived from the authoritative religious texts; the Old Testament, the Talmud, etc. Being non-religious myself, I don’t subscribe to the notion and consider it either false or allegorical. To be clear, I don’t look at this claim as being any different from other religious claims. I find most of them to be invented by man through the ages, misinterpretation or otherwise allegorical by design.
Why, then do I have a problem with the Jewish claim of being “God’s chosen people?” If it isn’t obvious to you upon first hearing the claim, what do you think the claim does to the status of the remaining peoples of the world? Allow me to save you the time of deeply considering this question. I suspect that belief in this claim has caused Jews to consider non-Jews to be less than equal (Racism?). Putting aside the issue of Judaism being a religion and not a race and putting aside other Jewish religious tenants that go much further to subjugate non-Jews, I suspect Jews have caused nothing but trouble when practicing the belief.
Within the peoples that identify as Jewish, there are many that seek to dominate and rule the world. Of this, it is hard to refute even in the face of your American programming. Whether suddenly or over many years, this seems to have come to pass. You have only to look at the profile of the typical executive body or governmental body in America. I suspect that, despite their claims to the contrary almost none of these people practice Judaism. The worst of these people identify as members of the Jewish RACE, not RELIGION. Big difference. Many openly admit to being Zionists while dismissively describing Zionism as a harmless desire for a Jewish homeland. It is this subset of Jews that likely first cried out “anti-Semite!” In so doing, they created a most clever trap for their opponents. For you see, if you question the motives of a Jew you are labeled. If you question the label, you are labeled.
Even more rational and well-respected Jews seem to share the belief that “anti-Semitism” is a special mental disorder that compels the actions of all non-Jews. This irrational, yet fully accepted loop of reason has allowed Jews for many decades now to avoid questioning their own actions. After all, the criticism always comes from an “anti-Semite.”
Try it. Do you oppose the political agenda of Israel or have even a minor criticism? Voice your disagreement and you too will see how the trap is total. Don’t let this revelation stop you from speaking the truth. That’s why these traps were set in the first place. As a result, the Jewish lobby in America isn’t some effective outside force but arguably the largest force “inside” the US government.
Why Should I Not be an anti-Semite?
I encourage all who self-identify by race or religion as Jewish to denounce Jewish lies and skullduggery, even if I’m a fool and they exist only in my mind. That’s my position for the moment. However, as I stated in the title of this post I invite the reader to help me understand why I should not be an anti-Semite. Now that I have made clear the specific claims and actions of Jews I oppose, I hope you can provide evidence to cause me to change my mind.
Do I, in fact suffer from a deeply held or even genetic predisposition to anti-Semitism causing me to have these impressions? Are Jews actually undeserving of these criticisms and being persecuted for conspiracy where no conspiracy actually exists (a much more preferable reality)? Please don’t limit your response to identifying me as an anti-Semite, as I’ve clearly admitted that.