The bizarre nature of Jewish Supremacist psychology has been demonstrated once again with the claim by a “leading authority on anti-Semitism” that European demands for justice for Palestinians mean anti-Jewish sentiment.
Professor Robert Wistrich, Neuburger Professor of European and Jewish history at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, and the head of the University’s Vidal Sassoon International Center for the Study of Antisemitism, has said in a new article in the Times of Israel that “Jewish life in Europe ‘dying a slow death’” and that it is “time to get out.”
This fanatic Zionist, paraded around the world by the Jewish Supremacist controlled media as some sort of “international expert” (the Times of Israel described him as “a leading authority on anti-Semitism”) and a “moderate” when it comes to these issues.
The basic idea being put forward is that anyone who wants equal rights for Palestinians is ipso facto, anti-Jewish.
According to the Times of Israel, a “researcher” in Jerusalem, Manfred Gerstenfeld, a former chairman of the Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs, says that “more than 150 million European adults have anti-Semitic views in that they believe that Israel is waging a war of extermination against the Palestinians.
“Numerical data from various studies provide evidence that well over 150 million citizens of the European Union embrace a demonic view of Israel,” Gerstenfeld wrote in his new book, Demonizing Israel and the Jews.
Gerstenfeld, who immigrated to Israel many years ago from the Netherlands, bases his controversial claim mainly on a 2012 study conducted by the University of Bielefeld and published by the German-based Friedrich Ebert Foundation.
The study, which surveyed 8,000 people across eight EU member states, found that “around 40 percent of respondents in most participating countries affirm the drastic assessment that the Israeli state is conducting a war of extermination against the Palestinians.”
In Poland, 63% of respondents agreed with this claim. Nearly half of the German respondents — 48% — approved the statement. The number was 49% in Portugal, 42% in Britain, 41% in Hungary, 39% in Holland and 38% in Italy.
“These seven countries combined account for well over half of the EU’s population,” writes Gerstenfeld, the recipient of the Journal for the Study of Anti-Semitism’s 2012 Lifetime Achievement Award.
“The EU counts over 500 million inhabitants. Of these, more than 80%, or 400 million people are sixteen years or older. One may assume — in view of the University of Bielefeld study — that in the entire EU the average percentage of those holding demonic beliefs about Israel is at least 40%. Thus, one obtains a figure of well over 150 million EU citizens who consider Israel a genocidal nation.”
Even Wistrich, who refused to accept the number of 150 million European anti-Semites, paints a very bleak picture. All over the continent, the climate of opinion is “very, very hostile to Israel, and it automatically affects Jews,” he said.
“The only Jews it does not affect are those who very loudly and ostentatiously denounce Israel. For the time being they’re okay, but that too will change eventually… It’s an irreversible trend at this point in time.”
He says that the “atmosphere in Europe has become so polluted with hatred that Jews will not be able to stay there much longer. Any clear-sighted and sensible Jew, who has a sense of history, would understand that this is the time to get out,” he said, adding that, in two to three decades, the Jews’ history in postwar Europe will have come to an end. “It’s finished,” he said. “It’s a slow death.”
There are two important conclusions to be drawn from this outburst about “anti-Semitism” on the increase:
1. Jewish Supremacist psychology equates a demand for justice for their enemies as automatic “anti-Semitism.”
Once again, for the umpteenth time in Jewish history, Jewish Supremacists are blaming Gentiles for their reaction to Jewish behavior.
This trick makes out that Gentiles are the cause of “anti-Semitism,” when in reality it is Jewish behavior to non-Jews which is the cause of any antipathy.
2. In this Times of Israel article, the Jewish Supremacist Wistrich sees an “end” to Jewish influence in postwar Europe—but he does not explicitly say why.
The real reason is that Jewish Supremacists like Wistrich have been at the forefront of pushing for “open borders” immigration policies to Europe and all other nations, while demanding the opposite for Israel.
As a result, Europe has been subjected to mass immigration from Muslim nations in particular, whose residents have been inflamed against Israel by the Zionist state’s crimes against the Arab world.
Once again, the situation has arisen because of Jewish behavior, not independently of it: Jewish Supremacists have been instrumental in creating large non-European populations in Europe, and are now crying “anti-Semitism” as a result.