Jewish Supremacist: Gentiles who Dislike Jews have “Abnormal Psychology”

chutzpahAny gentile who questions Jewish Supremacist behaviour suffers from an “abnormal psychology,” according to well-known Zionist fanatic Allan Dershowitz.

In his book Chutzpah, Dershowitz wrote a section in which he quoted several famous people on Jews as follows:

“How does one understand — not even forgive, simply understand! – the virulently anti-Jewish statements of intellectuals throughout history? Their numbers included H. L. Mencken (‘The Jews could be put down very plausibly as the most unpleasant race ever heard of’); George Bernard Shaw (‘Stop being Jews and start being human beings’); Henry Adams (‘The whole rotten carcass is rotten with Jew worms’); H.G. Wells (‘A careful study of anti-Semitism, prejudice and accusations might be of great value to many Jews, who do not adequately realize the irritation they inflict’); Edgar Degas (characterized as a ‘wild anti-Semite’); Denis Diderot (‘Brutish people, vile and vulgar men’); Theodore Dreiser (New York is a ‘kike’s dream of a ghetto,’ and Jews are not ‘pure Americans’ and ‘lack integrity’); T. S. Eliot (a social as well as literary anti-Semite, even after the Holocaust); Immanuel Kant (‘The Jews still cannot claim any true genius, any truly great man.All their talents and skills revolve around stratagems and low cunning … They are a nation of swindlers.’)

Other famous anti-Semites include Tacitus, Cicero, Aleksander Pushkin, Pierre Renoir, Thomas Edison, Henry Ford, and, of course, Richard Wagner. This honor roll of anti-Jewish bigotry goes on, and included people of every race, religion, and geographic area, political leaning, gender, and age. The answer to the question why? probably lies more in the realm of abnormal psychology than in any rational attempts to find understandable cause in history, or economics. Anti-Semitism is a disease of the soul, and diseases are best diagnosed by examining those infected with them.” (Dershowitz, Alan. Chutzpah. Little, Brown, and Co. Boston, Toronto, London, 1991; p 112-113).

In other words, anyone who questions Jewish Supremacist behaviour is “abnormal.”

This tactic is typical of the Jewish Supremacists: rather than looking honestly at the reasons why so many gentiles of “every race, religion, and geographic area, political leaning, gender, and age” experience Jewish Supremacism so negatively, Jewish extremists like Dershowitz argue that there is no reason apart from gentiles just being mentally ill.

This is a deliberate attempt to prevent rational and honest inquiry into the phenomenon. The real reason for antipathy towards Jews lies, of course in Jewish behavior towards gentiles—in other words, the “anti-Semitism” of which Dershowitz complains is caused not by “irrational and mad” gentiles, but rather is a reaction to Jewish extremist behavior.

Most gentiles, of all races, start off by being completely neutral about Jews. There is no “latent irrational” anti-Semitism always lurking, as Dershowtiz and other Jewish Supremacists claim. Most gentiles are reasonable, rational people, who harbor no irrational prejudices.

In fact the word “prejudice” is composed of two parts: “pre” and “judge” which means making a decision on a matter without ever having seen all the evidence on the topic. To “pre-judge” anything is indeed insane, and no normal person would ever do such a thing consciously.

However, what does happen is that most people are “post-judiced”—in other words, they have taken a decision based on their experience, after they have seen the evidence for themselves or experienced it for themselves.

To use a simple example: most people are post-judiced about aircraft. We all believe that an aircraft will fly us to our chosen destination (despite the fact that some do not, and can crash with horrible consequences). Yet it is our common experience that most aircraft will transport us safely.

This is an example of where people have made a decision about something based on prior experience: it is a natural, and completely normal “prejudice” to believe that a particular aircraft will fly us safely to a destination, even though we may never have been in that particular airplane ever before.

So it is with Jewish Supremacists: contrary to the claims of Dershowitz and others, the famous people he quoted did not wake up one day on the wrong side of bed and irrationally decide to start disliking Jewish Supremacy. What happened is that they experienced Jewish Supremacist behavior first-hand, and then took a “post-judiced” decision—rational and justified—on that community’s behavior.

Is it “irrational” to point out Jewish Supremacist hypocrisy on Zionist racism? Is it “irrational” to point out that Jewish Supremacists are all for “open borders” for every other nation on earth, but fanatically support Israel’s “closed borders” policy?

Is it irrational to point out Jewish Supremacist control of the mind-mashing Hollywood movie industry? Jewish Supremacists claim that gentiles are “mad” to even suggest it, but when Jews say the same thing, it is perfectly normal

Dershowitz and other Jewish Supremacists will try anything to ignore, suppress or disguise the truth: that what they call “anti-Semitism” is caused by gentiles reacting to Jewish Supremacist behavior.