Roots of Anti-Gentilism Run Deep, Jewish Poll Reveals!

Left, Abraham Foxman expressing more hate against Gentiles while he rails against supposed anti-Semitism

Jewish anti-Gentilism runs deep!
By David Duke

The following is quote from an article on the survey of “anti-Semitism” done by Abraham Foxman of the ADL (Anti-Defamation League of B’nai B’rith. It actually reveals the depth of Jewish anti-Gentilism rather than Gentile anti-Semitism.

Poll finds that Roots of Anti-Semitism Run Deepby William Fisher, Interpress Service News Agency, April 25, 2005

“Nearly 35 million U.S. citizens — 14 percent of the adult population — hold ”strong” anti-Semitic beliefs, according to a new nationwide survey by the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) watchdog group. ”When it comes to Jews, old stereotypes die hard,” said Abraham Foxman, ADL’s national director, ”especially about loyalty, the death of Jesus, and power.” For more than 40 years, one of the most stable and telling indicators of anti-Jewish prejudice in the United States has been the question of fundamental Jewish loyalty to the U.S. The survey found that 33 percent of U.S. citizens believe Jews are more loyal to Israel than the United States, no change from 2002. In 1998, it was 31 percent; in 1992; 35 percent..”

The ADL claims that it is anti-Semitic and prejudiced to believe that Jews are generally more loyal to Israel than the United States. If that is an “anti-Semitic,” prejudiced belief, then what would one call the following statement of Stephen Steinlight, the former head of National Affairs for the American Jewish Committee, the largest and most influential Jewish organization in the United States:

“I’ll confess it, at least, like thousands of other typical Jewish kids of my generation, I was reared as a Jewish nationalist, even a quasi-separatist. Every summer for two months for 10 formative years during my childhood and adolescence I attended Jewish summer camp. There, each morning, I saluted a foreign flag, dressed in a uniform reflecting its colors, sang a foreign national anthem, learned a foreign language, learned foreign folk songs and dances, and was taught that Israel was the true homeland. Emigration to Israel was considered the highest virtue, and, like many other Jewish teens of my generation, I spent two summers working in Israel on a collective farm while I contemplated that possibility. More tacitly and subconsciously, I was taught the superiority of my people to the gentiles who had oppressed us. We were taught to view non-Jews as untrustworthy outsiders, people from whom sudden gusts of hatred might be anticipated, people less sensitive, intelligent, and moral than ourselves. We were also taught that the lesson of our dark history is that we could rely on no one.” Steinlight, Stephen. (2001). Backgrounder. Center for Immigration Studies. October.

According to Mr. Foxman’s logic, one of the most prominent Jewish leaders in the United States is also a hateful “anti-Semite.” Has Foxman and the ADL condemned Steinlight as they would any Gentile public who would simply state the the obvious truths about Jewish supremacism that Steinlight confirms?

In fact, the ADL survey is itself as “anti-Gentile” as it purports that 33 percent of non-Jews are “anti-Semitic” for saying that they believed Jews were more loyal to Israel than America. In truth the numbers who believe that are probably far above 50 percent, for few in America will dare admit to a pollster that they think Jews are disloyal. For branding a third of our people with the hateful term “anti-Semitic” for simply acknowledging a fact that is easily proven and easily verifiable by Jewish leaders themselves, is a vicious libel against our people.

The Jewish supremacist beat goes on! — David Duke