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Wed Mar 4, 2015, 03:39 PM

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Joe Wilson Top Commenter Crew Member/Cashier at Trader Joe's

You can't take at face value when a Jew says there's anti-semitism going on. Jews can be treated better than anyone, yet still complain that they're being abused. It's in their nature to be "perpetual victims" and that's how they get what they want.

Also, when there IS actual anti-semitism going on, no one asks the rational questions about what did these people do to make everyone so angery at them. Israel is prime expample of this. They'll abuse their neighbors and commit war crimes, and when people start protesting the criminality, the Jewish people in all nations flock to Israel's defence by claiming anti-semitism in their host countries. So public discussion about Israeli state crimes never get addressed.


This was a response given to an article titled: Anti-Semitism Is On The Rise In German Schools

Pretty much sums up some of the comments I have seen when anti-Semitism is mentioned, especially by a Jew.

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