"Zionist. Used to mean those who worked toward the establishment of a jewish homeland. Now it means jewish supremacist, pure and simple. Kind of like white supremacist, only kosher. Zionists are the real problem and they are found among the ranks of jews everywhere. They are the ones that always cross the line and get the whole lot of them thrown out of a country. You don't believe this? Ok, then you offer a single logical reason why it has happened, time and again, in all the European countries. Zionism is racism of the first order."
An anti-Semite used to mean a man who hated Jews. Now it means a man who is hated by Jews. -- Joseph Sobran September 2002
I wanted to call this, "Why I am an anti-semite." It is telling, indeed, that even I finally knuckled under and chose a less sensational title.
The silence in America concerning jews is simply deafening, isn't it? The old adage has it that, when visiting a foreign country, to ascertain who really runs things, one need determine only who is spoken about in whispers, if at all.
Never unwilling to offend, I would like to talk about jews today. And not in whispers, either. This piece will be longer than most I write, even though I will only be skimming the field. A good deal of ground must be covered, else the true picture does not emerge.
What gets lost in all the sabre rattling and bellicosity concerning Iraq is the WHY of the impending war. Because the Iraqis "hate our freedom?" No, obviously not. Because they are too evil to exist? Come on. Because they have used awful weapons, still possess them and will use them again? Give me a break - on the basis of that rationale, we should be marching on every member of NATO.